Why does everyone on the internet want to die? How suicide memes took over the web

It’s 2017 and even our memes are suicidal.

"The floor is …" meme is for every millennial trying to grow up without leaving the past behind

When you were a kid, the floor was just lava. Now it's way more complicated.

Hummus memes are the only thing pure enough to save us in 2017

The internet is cruel, but hummus memes are pure. They're about being you.

Harvard rescinds 10 offers to students who shared hateful memes in a private Facebook group chat

"If you can't be proud of your memes, they're not good memes," one former student wrote.

Inside the elite meme wars of America's most exclusive colleges

Memes are changing campus culture — one bizarre, teen-themed Facebook group at a time.

The "Will Now Have Stories" meme roasts Facebook for ripping off Snapchat's feature

In 2017, stories are unavoidable — and this says a lot about the state of Silicon Valley.

The expanding brain meme will take you to new frontiers of knowledge and understanding

Expanding brain memes: The power of the human mind is beyond its own imagining.

Wendy's just tweeted the Pepe the Frog meme, a white supremacist mascot

This is why we can't have nice things.
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Evil Kermit meme origin: How hooded Kermit came to dominate social media

Where did you come from, evil Kermit? And where are you headed?
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Tumblr's "Tag Yourself" meme, explained: Why the best meme of 2016 is so relatable

Which one are you? Tag yourself.

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Viral Meme of Kanye West Making Out With Himself Inspires a Mural in Melbourne, Australia

This Australian artist painted Kanye-on-Kanye make-out meme on a Melbourne wall.

Why You Should Think Twice About Sharing That Meme

The target of some pretty fierce Reddit hatred explained himself in an article last week, providing a useful reminder that not every meme is what it seems.
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Romnesia and Binders Full of Women: How Political Memes Distract Us From the Issues

Memes can be useful and fun, but we need to work harder than ever to understand not only positions we agree with, but also those we don't.