Sunday, December 5, 2021
HomeColumnMeme Of The Week: Marie Kondo's Inspiring And Terrifying Netflix Show Leads...

Meme Of The Week: Marie Kondo’s Inspiring And Terrifying Netflix Show Leads To Hundreds Of Memes

“Tidying Up With Marie Kondo” is Netflix’s latest binge-worthy reality TV show, cementing Kondo as the tidying queen of the universe. The show follows and explores the magic of the KonMari method, which aims to transform your cluttered spaces into spots that make you feel serene, happy and peaceful. Her method encourages you to organize your home according to categories, focusing on items that spark joy versus items that don’t. In short: items that don’t spark joy gotta go.

Marie Kondo speaks calmly, looking organized and tidy in her perfectly coordinated clothes and tiny frame. She embodies her mantra, which may be why the show works so well.

RELATED: Meme Of The Week: Fake Coachella Lineups Are The Latest Best Thing

Despite Kondo’s peaceful and adorable demeanor, she’s a scary host, demanding a lot of work from her “patients.” Participants of the show are asked to throw all of their clothes in a pile and to go through each item, feeling ashamed when they realize the amount of stuff they’ve accumulated over the years. It’s easy to picture Kondo having a delightfully twisted time while rummaging through your own closet.

Kondo’s double nature is prime for memes, which emphasize how much work participants have to go through in order to “come clean” at the end of the process. Check out some of the best memes:

RELATED: Meme Of The Week: Jordan Peele’s ‘Us’ Looks Super Creepy But The Memes Are Funny


Hand selected from our editors with all the latest news and entertainment with a side of cannabis.


5 Things You Should Know When Mixing Cannabis And Caffeine

Even before marijuana was embraced by the mainstream, enthusiasts of the drug were finding creative ways of mixing these two elements.


Appetite Loss Can Be A Sign Of Something Bigger — Here’s When You Should Seek Help

Our stomachs are very telling of our mental and physical health. While appetite fluctuations are normal, this is when you should get outside help.