We all need more humor in our lives, so that's why we've scoured the internets for the best memes
and visual gags it has to offer, and assembled them in this nice little gallery just for you to click on.
Below us is a sequence of fairly dank memes discovered behind a false wall in an ancient Mesopotamian tomb beneath the Tigris river, decades ago. You might want to dust them off before eating them -- there was a decent amount of speculation that they may be cursed. That said, moments before spontaneously bursting into flames for reasons still unknown, assured us this was unlikely.
So go ahead and enjoy this stack of old, ragged memes that you are welcome to peek at for as long as you want. Many of them were found scrawled on the walls in an unknown substance that is undeniably dank. If there are any that you disapprove of, or dislike, you can reach out to us via paper boat launched at a stream originating at the northernmost pass of Mount Dank.
Please make sure you click on some stuff
on this page before you leave. We need your clicks and will do literally anything for them. Just ask.