Donald Trump Jr. shared a transphobic meme on Instagram on January 6. The president’s son shared an image of someone...
Everyone has experienced a "First World Problem." Whether it's "one pillow is too low, but two pillows are too high" or "I really want something to drink, but all I have in my house is water," we've all felt the pain of being inconvenienced by our modern lifestyles.
Condescending Wonka is, well, kind of rude. The thing is, he's usually right.
The basis of the meme is a picture that comes from 1971's "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" starring legendary funnyman Gene Wilder.
According to Know Your Meme, the theme was originally "Creepy Wonka" and it intended to be a platform for candy-based sexual puns. That didn't last long, apparently. Hmm...
Yes! It's Friday. The first official week of working from home has been a success for the employees of GA Voice and like you, we're eagerly anticipating the weekend and all of the fun things going on in the city.
This week's Meme of the Week celebrates the end of the work week, courtesy of Success Kid.
Speaking of the weekend, check out some of the happenings in Atlanta from our Best Bets calendar.
Earlier this week, retailer JC Penney released a new Father's Day catalog featuring a pair of actual, happily married dads (Todd Koch and Cooper Smith) and their kids.
This ad seriously upset Christian conservative group One Million Moms (which is actually something like 46,000), who also had their panties in a bunch over the retailer hiring Ellen DeGeneres as a spokesperson earlier this year.
Here's the rundown: JCP hires Ellen. OMM gets pissy. JCP says bug off, bigots, we're not firing her. OMM threatens boycott. Boycott doesn't work. OMM fails. The end.
Political activist Jimmy McMillan rose to national prominence during the 2010 gubentaroial election in New York as the founder of the “Rent is Too Damn High Party.” His catchphrase, “The rent is too damn high!” was meant to spark economic reforms in the world's financial capitol but has since been co-opted as an internet meme.
This week's Meme of the Week honors disco legend, and gay icon Donna Summer, who passed away earlier this week after losing her battle with cancer. Summer was 63.
Redneck Randal reminds me of a guy I went to high school with who used to walk around saying, “I ain't gay, I drive a truck” or “I ain't gay, look at these arms” as he would flex his biceps in an attempt to impress all of the guys around him.
Yes, bicep size is an indicator of sexual orientation, but I'm sure you knew that already.
While the Redneck Randal meme has mostly picked on the stereotype of a southern, inbred NASCAR fan that likes to speed date at family reunions, this Redneck Randal meme highlights the backward views of marriage equality that some 60 percent of North Carolina voters expressed yesterday when they voted to enact Amendment One.
For folks my age, “That ‘70s Show” was a staple of television schedules for years. Even now, the show continues to thrive in syndication and still has a sizable fan-base.
"That 70's Show" was full of hilarious moments in its nearly 10 years on the air, including the one below, which is perfectly illustrated by this scene in meme-form.
It's becoming harder and harder to ignore memes on the internet these days. From Facebook to Tumblr, Twitter and beyond, memes have all but taken over the internet.
This week's meme of the week, our first-ever, comes courtesy of the Illinois Safe Schools Coalition, though Inappropriate timing Bill Clinton came in a very, very close second. Something tells us we'll be seeing a few parodies of this inspirational video in the coming days: