As we adjust to dramatic political change while dealing with the usual bullshit with winter, it’s safe to say that all of of us are probably feeling a bit off. What better way to recalibrate than with three memes that really sum up how the emotional states of the vast majority of us. Check out three such memes below.
Winnie The Pooh Dancing
The newest meme on our list, Winnie the Pooh doing the dance to Psy’s “Gangnam Style” works with almost any song. The Friends theme, Rihanna’s “Work,” “Bad and Boujee” by Migos,” Smash Mouth’s “All Star”—it really doesn’t matter the tune, after watching Pooh dancing you’ll feel better about whatever ailed you. Most of the best videos are compiled here.
Find yourself staring at the countless arguments taking place on Facebook and telling yourself, “Thank goodness I’m not getting into this mess” and the next thing you know you’ve replied to 10 people you haven’t seen since high school? Then Evil Kermit is the meme for you now. As you’ll recall, its basic premise is a good kermit looking at an “evil” Kermit with the same caption below, like so: “Me: I’m going to finish this post right now. Me to Me: You totally have time to scroll through Twitter at least two more times.” Check out a couple of examples below and read more about it here.
Remixes of Richard Spencer Getting Punched in the Face
No matter your political beliefs, we can all agree that white nationalists are bad people who deserves a strong punch to the head. Just such a thing happened last month and video of the incident went viral. It served as a sort of catharsis for people feeling helpless and overwhelmed by the sudden and drastic changes in our country. But more importantly it gave people the chance to synch all types of songs to the punch. Read all about it here, and check out a few of our favorites below.
omg it worked pic.twitter.com/wvNmZYZ7g2
— Dan Carson (Act Normal Caucus) (@thedoctorcarson) January 21, 2017