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The New ‘Rick And Morty’ Season 6 Trailer Sparks Fan Theories, Memes And More
The trailer for Rick and Morty season six is out now, and fans have predictably been tearing it apart for hints at what the new season has in store. Here's some of the most talked-about moments of the trailer.
Everything You Need To Know About Why Some Online Suddenly Aren't Siding With Johnny Depp Anymore
Here's why many celebrities and casual fans alike now retracting their support for Johnny Depp in the Heard vs. Depp trial as the ongoing viral case continues developing.
Why Jordan Peele's 'Nope' Is Blowing Up Online
Jordan Peele's new movie is the weirdest alien abduction film ever. Here's why everyone's talking about it online.
BeReal And The Gradual Memeification Of Ourselves
The social platform BeReal, which claims to reject clout, has gained plenty of fans over the past few months. We take a look at what it is trying to replace clout with, and what the biggest BeReal memes are to come from the app so far.
July's Worst TikTok Trends And Challenges You Should Be Aware Of (But Never Try)
These idiotic new trends and challenges are definitely things you should avoid, even though TikTokers seem to think they're great ideas (spoiler alert: they're not).
'The Boys' Season Three Has Left A Disturbing Mark On Meme Culture
Season three of The Boys is finished airing on Prime Video, and it's…memorable. Here are some of the wildest things that became memes and subjects of online discourse from the new season of the popular show.
'Minions: The Rise Of Gru' Is Leading Us Into A New Era Of Bad Memes
Minions: The Rise of Gru is in theaters now, but you don't need to put your suits on and start a mosh pit in theaters, and you certainly don't need to make more minion memes. Here's why.
A Recap Of 2022's Fun, Weird And Newsworthy Pride Month
It's been a particularly memorable pride month this year. Here are all the wild viral events to remember as the month comes to a close.
The Worst (And Most Dangerous) TikTok Challenges Of June 2022
People have come up with some very, very bad trend ideas on TikTok this June. Here are some of the worst to look out for.
This Couple On Reddit's 'AITA' Chose $6k Worth Of Mickey Mouse Appearances Over Feeding Their Wedding Guests
This is probably the worst way to ever treat guests at a destination wedding. Here's the wild thread from one of the subreddit's most frustrating posts in a long time.