Joined Jul 18, 2011 at 06:48PM EDT
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Alright, it’s nicely drawn, and I’d applaud it if it was some sort of bullshit question like complicated algebra shit. But who the fuck doesn’t know how the Cold War started?
This guy right here isn’t a fag sometimes.
Wow, KYM. I’m actually a little bit proud of you, showing the other side of the debate on the front page. Too bad it isn’t going to get through to anybody on this site. Pop culture references and memes are fine in video games, but a lot of modern implementation is done so forced and unfunny. It’s devoid of creativity and thrown in there. The video says it all. OH BOY, I THREW THE FUNNY FOREVER ALONE FACE IN MY VIDEO GAME, PEOPLE WILL LAUGH BECAUSE THEY’VE SEEN IT BEFORE.
Games, you can use memes, but don’t use them as a cop-out or toss-in.
Alright, this is pretty kickass.
Wow, it’s been three years already. How time flies.
“Mr. Bones’ Wild Ride is a creepypasta story”
Zero to stupid in only eight words. You’ve outdone yourself, KYM.
So the front page is asking for notable subreddits, eh?
Can someone remind me why /v/ still going out with /a/, again?
This is a beautiful thing.
A really, really beautiful thing.
Oh hell no.
“This advice animal, featuring a photograph of the late 1800s boxer Mike Conley, is portrayed as an overtly masculine alpha male with misogynistic and homophobic attitudes.”
Please, women and faggots, go back to Pinterest on your Macs while you wear skinny jeans. Us men have better things to do.
“Sitcom Memes: This rage comic character was inspired by Barney Stinson’s catchphrase in the television sitcom How I Met Your Mother.”
Yes, because when somebody says a couple of words on a TV show, and somebody else from around the world uses those two words, he must’ve been inspired by it. I mean, it’s not like there’s any way he could’ve got those two specific words to say in his comic… Right?
The whole origin section of the page is fucking stupid.
I can’t say I know if this is really a meme or not, since I haven’t seen it anywhere, but I’d really like to know why people think this shit is funny.
Tumblr is basically just 4chan with girls, but with feminists and shippers instead of /b/. We’re a lot more alike under the surface than people think. This is the only pairing I will ever be okay with in my life, simply because it’s so appropriate, and the fact that the artists paint a scene like this well.
I fucking hate you, Tumblr. <3
100,000 images. 100,000 fucking images. What words can I even use to describe this?
Also, on an unrelated note, how old is everybody that treats this goddamn comments section like a forum? I just don’t get you guys.
This was actually kinda funny.
Jesus Christ, KYM. You kids get so scared and freaked out when you see a comic like this. Are you that disturbed by seeing a crudely drawn MS Paint character cumming in his mouth? Fucking faggots.
I mostly came into this article to read the comments and see if anybody else had done it. The current tally is zero and I’m disappointed.
Hell fucking yes.
Back to School Special: It may only be the first week back but this dad’s already waiting for all those A’s.
Well we already knew the majority of this website were underaged kids, but KYM is pretty much officially confirming it right here.
Maybe this could’ve been actually funny if they knew how to spell Saiyan or didn’t throw in all those fucking periods.
…Nah, this just isn’t funny.
The way the front page made it sound, I thought people were going to photoshop things in his hands, like different spells, wizard hats, and a bunch of cool pictures. Instead it’s a bunch of people putting their shitty captions over it.
Putting effort into memes is dead.
Uploaded an image to Botched Ecce Homo Painting.
It’s less of a fallacy and more of the fact that KYM users instantly disregard whatever you say, as long as it’s bashing something they like or said in a rude tone of voice. This website is pretty much my exact opposite, though, and it’s been catering to the meme-spewing kiddies for a couple years now, so I guess I shouldn’t expect anything less.
Whoops, shit, there’s that elitist tone I think you were talking about. Thanks for the sorta-compliment, though.