OwlKitty Parody’s Netflix’s ‘The Witcher’ (Video

Toss a cat to your Witcher! Oh valley of plenty!

What better way to distract ourselves than to immerse ourselves in the world of OwlKitty? Truthfully, we can think of nothing better. 

Thanks for the laughs, OwlKitty! Who know ‘The Witcher’ would be so magical with you in it? 

Toss a cat to your Witcher! Oh valley of plenty!

What better way to distract ourselves than to immerse ourselves in the world of OwlKitty? Truthfully, we can think of nothing better. 

Thanks for the laughs, OwlKitty! Who know ‘The Witcher’ would be so magical with you in it? 

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Twenty-One Parody Memes That Doctors Hate

We’ve all seen those hilarious advertisements claiming “one weird trick that obliterates belly fat,” or “the reason dermatologists hate her!” Does anyone actually fall for that sh*t anymore? Clearly someone does is if they still exist. We’ll blame the Boomers for that. Now please enjoy these parody memes we’re thoroughly enjoying at the moment!

We’ve all seen those hilarious advertisements claiming “one weird trick that obliterates belly fat,” or “the reason dermatologists hate her!” Does anyone actually fall for that sh*t anymore? Clearly someone does is if they still exist. We’ll blame the Boomers for that. Now please enjoy these parody memes we’re thoroughly enjoying at the moment!

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Fifteen Parody Tweets About Coronavirus Using Classic Hit Songs

While the entire world freaks out about the Wuhan coronavirus, memers are using humor to mitigate the panicky feelings. And with the first confirmed case in New York City, those fears certainly aren’t going to go away any time soon. 

Twitter user @actioncookbook started this hilarious Twitter thread using classic hit songs and advisory warnings from the Center for Disease Control. We found it effing hilarious and we think you will too.

While the entire world freaks out about the Wuhan coronavirus, memers are using humor to mitigate the panicky feelings. And with the first confirmed case in New York City, those fears certainly aren’t going to go away any time soon. 

Twitter user @actioncookbook started this hilarious Twitter thread using classic hit songs and advisory warnings from the Center for Disease Control. We found it effing hilarious and we think you will too.

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Tumblr Star Wars Parody Of ‘Mr. Brightside’ Just Hits Right

We’re sucker for puns, parodies and the Star Wars universe. It should be no surprise that geniuses on Tumblr have managed to pack all of the above into this genius parody of the Star Wars prequels. This one is a mashup of The Killers’ classic Mr. Brightside and the cult classic (and very poorly reviewed) films. It’s a wonderful witty ride, and we’re upset we didn’t think of it first.

We’re sucker for puns, parodies and the Star Wars universe. It should be no surprise that geniuses on Tumblr have managed to pack all of the above into this genius parody of the Star Wars prequels. This one is a mashup of The Killers’ classic Mr. Brightside and the cult classic (and very poorly reviewed) films. It’s a wonderful witty ride, and we’re upset we didn’t think of it first.

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‘Are You In The Right Headspace’ Memes Parody Another Insensitive Text Template

Remember that extremely callous and heavily mocked text template from a couple weeks ago? It seems that some more aspiring Twitter shrinks are looking to dethrone the “I’m At My Emotional Capacity” text template as the most insensitive way to communicate with someone you care about. The latest culprit in oblivious and hurtful communication comes from @YanaBirt, who took to Twitter to offer up a way to drop news that could hurt a friend in a conscientious way. 

 “Are you in the right headspace to receive information that could possibly hurt you?”

Most people on Twitter seem to agree that this is a terrible move, especially for people with anxiety. Nobody likes a “We need to talk” moment, and this is one that’s dressed up being thoughtful. While we appreciate the outcry against this borderline-manipulative sentence, we appreciate the sassy and hilarious memes the text has created even more. And we’ve put together the very best examples just for you.

Remember that extremely callous and heavily mocked text template from a couple weeks ago? It seems that some more aspiring Twitter shrinks are looking to dethrone the “I’m At My Emotional Capacity” text template as the most insensitive way to communicate with someone you care about. The latest culprit in oblivious and hurtful communication comes from @YanaBirt, who took to Twitter to offer up a way to drop news that could hurt a friend in a conscientious way. 

 “Are you in the right headspace to receive information that could possibly hurt you?”

Most people on Twitter seem to agree that this is a terrible move, especially for people with anxiety. Nobody likes a “We need to talk” moment, and this is one that’s dressed up being thoughtful. While we appreciate the outcry against this borderline-manipulative sentence, we appreciate the sassy and hilarious memes the text has created even more. And we’ve put together the very best examples just for you.

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Ridiculous ‘Eleanor Rigby’ Parodies For The Beatles Fans

We’re not gonna say that these parody lyrics are better than the original “Eleanor Rigby,” but they are pretty darn amusing. Try to come up with your own version because we aren’t clever enough to come up with anything more charming than the following examples!

We’re not gonna say that these parody lyrics are better than the original “Eleanor Rigby,” but they are pretty darn amusing. Try to come up with your own version because we aren’t clever enough to come up with anything more charming than the following examples!

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‘Michelangelo’ Twitter Meme Highlights How Unsuccessful We All Are

If you were in the mood to feel exceptionally bad about yourself today, then just scroll through these parody Twitter memes which point out the fact that many famous people were exceptionally young when they created brilliant works of art. Well, at least we can all come together over feeling worthless now, right? That’s gotta be worth something.

If you were in the mood to feel exceptionally bad about yourself today, then just scroll through these parody Twitter memes which point out the fact that many famous people were exceptionally young when they created brilliant works of art. Well, at least we can all come together over feeling worthless now, right? That’s gotta be worth something.

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Genius Twitter Account Gives Male Celebs The Shallow Tabloid Treatment

As shallow tabloids go, the Daily Mail is one of the worst offenders out there. The publication is famous for “reporting” on female celebrities faces and figures as they go about their days. Some of their choice headlines today include “Christine McGuinness flaunts her tanned and toned figure in an underboob baring thong bikini as she hits the beach in Mallorca” and “Ashley Graham puts growing baby bump on display in black leggings to workout… as she praises her fans for sharing their stretch mark photos”. Twitter account @MaleDaily1 (The Daily Male) is here to flip these sketchy reporting practices and apply them to all your favorite male celebrities. Reading about Danny Devito “pouring” into a black outfit and Piers’ Morgan “hiding his famous hourglass physique” really shows you just how awful the Daily Mail is about featuring women. We’re not sure if this account will flip the script on their reporting, but we hope that it’ll make the general public a bit more aware regarding these gender discrepancies. In the meantime, the photoshops are wildly funny, and we can’t wait for more.

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