Sixteen Greed-Laden Corporate Memes Made Of Billionaire Tears

If you haven’t noticed, we’re living in some sort of dystopian hell reality right now. People are literally dying of a pandemic, the country is collapsing, and practically everyone is out of work. No one knows what the hell is going to come of any of this so we’re all just doing our best to survive. In the mean time, have some memes that poke fun at our corporate overlords!

If you haven’t noticed, we’re living in some sort of dystopian hell reality right now. People are literally dying of a pandemic, the country is collapsing, and practically everyone is out of work. No one knows what the hell is going to come of any of this so we’re all just doing our best to survive. In the mean time, have some memes that poke fun at our corporate overlords!

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Memes That Roast Celebrities ‘Coping’ With Quarantine

We know that many of you are coping with quarantines, lockdowns, job loss and illness as the coronavirus outbreak worsens. And we feel for you. But there are some people we don’t have sympathy for. We simply cannot deal with celebrities who are trying to show solidarity during this time. Folks like Sam Smith are whining about quarantine from their expensive homes. Other celebs are saying “We’re all in this together” while sitting in mansions and eating food cooked by their private chefs. It all feels pretty ridiculous and disgusting. Memers have started to take notice of this gross behavior and are fighting the best way they know how: with memes.

We know that many of you are coping with quarantines, lockdowns, job loss and illness as the coronavirus outbreak worsens. And we feel for you. But there are some people we don’t have sympathy for. We simply cannot deal with celebrities who are trying to show solidarity during this time. Folks like Sam Smith are whining about quarantine from their expensive homes. Other celebs are saying “We’re all in this together” while sitting in mansions and eating food cooked by their private chefs. It all feels pretty ridiculous and disgusting. Memers have started to take notice of this gross behavior and are fighting the best way they know how: with memes.

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Fourteen Sassy Billionaire Memes That Are Too Rich For Our Blood

In the midst of the 2020 presidential elections, there’s been a plethora of jokes and memes made about cringey billionaire Michael Bloomberg and his Meme 2020 campaign. 

Let’s face it, this country is effed in pretty much any potential outcome of the election, so let’s just say f*ck it and laugh over some memes about people who are too rich for planet earth.

In the midst of the 2020 presidential elections, there’s been a plethora of jokes and memes made about cringey billionaire Michael Bloomberg and his Meme 2020 campaign. 

Let’s face it, this country is effed in pretty much any potential outcome of the election, so let’s just say f*ck it and laugh over some memes about people who are too rich for planet earth.

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Michael Bloomberg Memes That Roast The Cringey Billionaire

You’re probably already aware that Michael Bloomberg, cringey billionaire extraordinaire and 2020 presidential candidate, has been reaching out to various big-name meme accounts on Instagram asking them to post content that makes him look a little more…hip to the kids, shall we say? 

But apparently he’s doing something right with his presidential campaign, as he’s been soaring in the polls and we’re seeing ads for him practically everywhere.

Normally we don’t like to get too political, but it’s clear that Bloomberg was not hugged enough as a child.

You’re probably already aware that Michael Bloomberg, cringey billionaire extraordinaire and 2020 presidential candidate, has been reaching out to various big-name meme accounts on Instagram asking them to post content that makes him look a little more…hip to the kids, shall we say? 

But apparently he’s doing something right with his presidential campaign, as he’s been soaring in the polls and we’re seeing ads for him practically everywhere.

Normally we don’t like to get too political, but it’s clear that Bloomberg was not hugged enough as a child.

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Elon Musk Memes In Honor Of The Internet’s Favorite Cringey Billionaire

Elon Musk is without a doubt the internet’s most beloved billionaire. He might be cringey as hell (anyone remember the Harambe song he produced not that long ago?), but we’re glad to have the entertainment at our disposal. Scroll down and be sure to check out some more Musky memes here and over at eBaum’s World!

Elon Musk is without a doubt the internet’s most beloved billionaire. He might be cringey as hell (anyone remember the Harambe song he produced not that long ago?), but we’re glad to have the entertainment at our disposal. Scroll down and be sure to check out some more Musky memes here and over at eBaum’s World!

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Apple Releases Its $50,000 Mac Pro, The Internet Reacts

If you thought tech companies couldn’t possibly release a product more stupid than Tesla’s Cybertruck, you’d be wrong! Apple just released its most expensive product ever today: the Mac Pro, which has a $6,000 base price and – get this – can cost all the way up to just over $100,000 if you want the absolute most powerful Mac that money can buy. 

Purchasing the wheels alone will cost you a cool $400. Apple, you’re just trolling us at this point, right? Honestly we think this computer is just some sort of weird flex for the disturbingly wealthy. 

All we’re saying here is, this damn thing better turn into a flying car, or have the ability to cure cancer or some sh*t.

If you thought tech companies couldn’t possibly release a product more stupid than Tesla’s Cybertruck, you’d be wrong! Apple just released its most expensive product ever today: the Mac Pro, which has a $6,000 base price and – get this – can cost all the way up to just over $100,000 if you want the absolute most powerful Mac that money can buy. 

Purchasing the wheels alone will cost you a cool $400. Apple, you’re just trolling us at this point, right? Honestly we think this computer is just some sort of weird flex for the disturbingly wealthy. 

All we’re saying here is, this damn thing better turn into a flying car, or have the ability to cure cancer or some sh*t.

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Thirteen Memes That Celebrate the ‘Unique’ Aesthetic of McMansions

Forgive us if we sound bitter – we probably are. But it’s extremely relieving to know there are other people out there who abhor the tacky grandiosity of McMansions. We can’t help but wonder whypeople with money would dump so much of it into a structure that defies logic and aesthetic. Whatever the case, these object-labeling memes really speak to our sensibilities. And we hope they speak to yours.

Forgive us if we sound bitter – we probably are. But it’s extremely relieving to know there are other people out there who abhor the tacky grandiosity of McMansions. We can’t help but wonder whypeople with money would dump so much of it into a structure that defies logic and aesthetic. Whatever the case, these object-labeling memes really speak to our sensibilities. And we hope they speak to yours.

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Times Spoiled Rich Kids Had Their World Burst By Real Life

Money doesn’t necessarily make a person intolerable to be around, but it can definitely give their kids a psychopathically ignorant sense of entitlement. Here are some more times the real world hit a spoiled rich kid. Nothing makes regular people angry quite like the antics of spoiled rich kid syndrome.

Money doesn’t necessarily make a person intolerable to be around, but it can definitely give their kids a psychopathically ignorant sense of entitlement. Here are some more times the real world hit a spoiled rich kid. Nothing makes regular people angry quite like the antics of spoiled rich kid syndrome.

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Elon Musk’s Tree Donation Has Memers Riled Up

Elon Musk just donated $1 million worth of trees to YouTuber MrBeast‘s fundraiser, which aims to raise $20 million toward climate change efforts. The campaign, called #TeamTrees, is a partnership with the Arbor Day Foundation. Musk, who renamed himself “Treelon” on Twitter, currently holds the record for biggest donation, followed by the likes of MrBeast, Jeffree Star, and…the entire nation of Ukraine.

Dank memers on Reddit have been going crazy meme-ing their favorite billionaire for his (supposed) charitable efforts. Below are some of our favorite examples!

                                      

Elon Musk just donated $1 million worth of trees to YouTuber MrBeast‘s fundraiser, which aims to raise $20 million toward climate change efforts. The campaign, called #TeamTrees, is a partnership with the Arbor Day Foundation. Musk, who renamed himself “Treelon” on Twitter, currently holds the record for biggest donation, followed by the likes of MrBeast, Jeffree Star, and…the entire nation of Ukraine.

Dank memers on Reddit have been going crazy meme-ing their favorite billionaire for his (supposed) charitable efforts. Below are some of our favorite examples!

                                      

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Apple’s Bougie New ‘Airpods Pro’ Gets The Meme Treatment It Deserves

We don’t want to say that Apple often comes out with stupid products, but Apple often comes out with stupid products. First it was the computer stand costing a cool $1,000, and then it was the Airpod that many have complained falls out of their ears. And finally, we have the Airpods Pro, which resemble a Pokemon and cost just $250! It’s almost like Apple is trying to rip us off! Almost

What incredibly stupid product will they come up with next! Stay tuned to find out!

We don’t want to say that Apple often comes out with stupid products, but Apple often comes out with stupid products. First it was the computer stand costing a cool $1,000, and then it was the Airpod that many have complained falls out of their ears. And finally, we have the Airpods Pro, which resemble a Pokemon and cost just $250! It’s almost like Apple is trying to rip us off! Almost

What incredibly stupid product will they come up with next! Stay tuned to find out!

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Unfair Advantage: Wealthy Families Are Paying Thousands Of Dollars To Have Men Chuck Apples At Their Kids’ Heads If They Aren’t Studying

It often seems like when it comes to educational success, the odds are heavily stacked in favor of the rich. Sadly, this story just goes to show how badly the game is rigged: Wealthy families are paying thousands of dollars to have men chuck apples at their kids’ heads if they aren’t studying.

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It often seems like when it comes to educational success, the odds are heavily stacked in favor of the rich. Sadly, this story just goes to show how badly the game is rigged: Wealthy families are paying thousands of dollars to have men chuck apples at their kids’ heads if they aren’t studying.

Totally unfair. These kids have had every leg up in life, and this only increases their chances of succeeding over their peers.

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According to a recent educational survey, well-to-do parents are paying up to $10,000 a year to hire silent, overalls-clad men to follow their children around and pelt them with apples any time they show signs of becoming distracted from their studies. Many parents providing this extra help for their kids will stop at nothing to give their offspring an advantage, paying exorbitant hourly rates to hire the strongest, most accurate apple throwers available to follow their kids to classes and after school study sessions and ensure they get an apple to the dome the second they so much as glance at their phones while they should be working.

This is another glaring example of how the so-called meritocracy isn’t actually based on merit at all. Ever since the trend popped up in upper-class American suburbs, testing data have shown that kids who get bonked on the head with a big, red apple every 10 to 15 minutes while they do their homework score consistently higher on the SAT and have more successful college applications than their counterparts.

“It’s totally unfair that some of my students have the luxury of looking over their shoulders every time they stop studying only to see a man staring at them, apple in hand, winding upwhereas other kids just have to motivate themselves,” said Nancy Devlin, a Westchester County public school teacher in New York. “We’ve created a system in which only kids with the money to pay for dozens of hours a week of extra help,and bushels upon bushels of apples can succeed.”

Lower-income kids all over America are doing their best to keep up with their more privileged counterparts, but many have to settle for hurling apples back and forth at one another or asking tired, overworked parents to distractedly toss fruit at their heads while cooking dinner. And many of these kids’ families are able to afford no more than a single, meager red delicious apple while their wealthier classmates pay for entire sacks full of dense whoppers of the honeycrisp variety.

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Sadly, this is just how education works in our highly unequal country. Our nation’s Department of Education needs to figure out a way to get enough strong men and apples to help all of our school children achieve. Until then, good grades and higher education will remain the province of the rich.

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