Before last Thursday, I had no idea that Grumpy Cat was coming to San Francisco. And if someone had told me that less than 24 hours after learning about her impending arrival I would be in a conference room trying to ask her questions and sweating profusely, I wouldn't have believed it. I would have also been wrong.
There's nothing better after a long day of blogging (or whatever you do for a living) than a nice jaunt off to r/adviceanimals or a quick spin around the most viral photos on imgur for some of the best memes around*, but imagine if your partner wouldn't stop speaking like doge. Ever. Here's one man's nightmare.
Just when you thought the Internet had run out of ways to use stock photographs and put funny words on them, along comes "Feminist Frank."
I always thought that photo of the round, yellow Shiba Inu that everyone was Dogeifying was a painting that perfectly mimicked the Thomas Kinkade aesthetic, but I was much wrong. That there is a real picture of a real dog, named Kabosu, who was saved from a puppy mill by Japanese kindergarten teacher Atsuko Sato.
Just when you thought the much-buzzed about Texts from HIllary couldn't get any better, Hillary herself has submitted one. She sent it as a kind of thank you note to the site's creators, Adam Smith and Stacy Lambe, "for the many LOLZ." And she proved that she is a pro in all things by deploying expert internet slang…
The "Forever Alone" flash mob was an idea that originally began circulating on Tumblr, Reddit, and 4chan in March 2011, but apparently there were quite a few single men who missed the tip.
Reckless texter Cathy Cruz Marrero fell into a shopping mall fountain while messaging her church buddy and achieved Internet fame. Now the media's ridiculing her for her criminal record and unresolved theft charges. She's our new Ted Williams!
At the annual Goodwill designer event in Seattle this weekend, a shopper was interviewed about his finds. Though his cussing on live TV will live in internet infamy, we're guessing this still hasn't dampened his enthusiasm for sequins.
Each week, Mad Men's promos have grown increasing inscrutable. Now in new parody videos, characters from shows like Arrested Development and The Office spew meaningless phrases like "Oh, it's you," and "Really?" as overly-dramatic music swells in the background.