Wednesday Memes: Ye Olden Memes, 2% Fresh (Nah, There are Some Sweeties Here)

I often complain that doing memes is very hard. The paradox is, if I don’t really feel like writing something of value, doing memes is an easy way to have a centerpiece article for the day without writing.

These are a lot of old memes, which have been posted before, but are still funny. I just wrote that I probably need to repeat talking points even more than I do, and I think the same probably goes for memes. Just because you saw a meme a year ago doesn’t mean seeing it again isn’t going to be enjoyable.

Plus, several are newish.

This is the best thing I’ve ever seen a woman post on the internet:

And she’s just describing something a man did.

I think this is important for Christians:

I see too many bros whining about no gf and no work and faggots and niggers and fake elections and all the rest. And maybe I contribute to that in some ways. But the fact is, this is all happening. It is what it is. We just have to deal with it. We don’t have any choice.

Here’s another important Christian message:

We’ve all felt this. Many of you dear parasocial friends, I assume, feel it every day. But the answer is there. The only real war is with yourself. Of course the outside world affects the nature of that war. But the conflict is all happening inside your head. Even if you are in prison, that is the case. You’re the only one who can fix yourself.

But, you know. Don’t be too hard on yourself. One day at a time. Let’s all do our best. I say this to God every day:

I think it helps.

One thing I can say: don’t ever be ashamed to admit your wrongdoings to God and ask for forgiveness. There can be a sense of shame, and you can act like Adam, pretending like he didn’t eat that fruit. God knows and he already forgave you for whatever you did. So just be honest with Him.

Further, I want to add: I don’t know if this is real, but it’s the funniest thing I’ve ever seen:

It actually seems like it’s real. I don’t want to look it up because I don’t want to know if it’s real, I just want to believe it’s real.

Also, the Illness Revelations are relevant here:

I’m still trying to figure all that out.

But the convalescence is progressing at a steady pace, and soon, it will all become clear to me.

Now here’s the semi-primo collection.