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Best 30 memes on Reddit this week - Bemorepanda

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Of course, all the discussions, pictures and jokes on the internet are about coronavirus. In this case, the top of this week's memes on Reddit are also the jokes about coronaviru. Bemorepanda has collected the funniest memes for you. And for safety, we remind you of some important details about the coronavirus that overwhelmed the entire earth.


Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that can infect both animals and humans. Coronaviruses that affect humans are known to cause respiratory infections, from common colds to more serious illnesses, such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). The latest coronavirus found causes COVID-19 infectious disease.


The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, fatigue and dry cough. Some patients may experience pain, nasal congestion, runny nose, sore throat or diarrhea. These symptoms are usually mild and begin gradually. Some people get infected, but they do not develop any symptoms and feel good. Most people (about 80%) were treated without special treatment.


About 1 in 6 people with COVID-19 becomes seriously ill and has difficulty breathing. Older people, as well as those with medical problems, such as high blood pressure, heart problems or diabetes, are more likely to develop a more serious course of the disease. About 2% of the sick died. People with fever, cough and difficulty breathing should seek medical help.


1.For too long in lockdown


2.Liking rats


3.Scared of vaccine


4.Spent 6 months apart


5.Boomin'


6.Poor immigrant


7.Fun facts


8.Came over


9.Pesimist


10.Evolution


11.Congratulations


12.Not getting the vaccine


13.The hero


14.Anti-vaxxers


15.Mask up that


16.Getting the vaccine


17.Cannabis


18.Not doing that


19.Paradox 2020


20.A cure for Covid


21.Went to Christmas party


22.About holidays


23.Christmas 2020


24.That's an apocalypse


25.2020 VS 2021


26.Good morning


27.The vaccine and coronavirus


28.Going back to my room


29.Before corona and after corona


30.If he dies, he dies



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It's always a good opportunity for jokes and inspired memes. Whether you prefer old or new memes, memes with blondes or other jokes, here is a selection that will surely lower your forehead and bring a smile to your face.


Laughing heartily can be a real therapy, so no matter if you are among friends, family or colleagues, the best memes and jokes will always succeed in bringing you goodwill.


Reddit is a good source of memes. Bemorepanda collected the top of memes for August.


1.Cold pillow


2.Flaw his logic


3.Depression


4.Random smell


5.Something sweet


6.Little cousin


7.Me and my boys


8.Overthink


9.My dad


10.Movie name


11.Corona minus virus


12.Looked good


13.After you turn 18


14.Four months


15.Back to sleep


16.Sliced apple


17.Monopoly


18.Unexpected


19.No fair


20.Bilingual


21.Blanket lovers


22.First covid test


23.Made friends


24.Flying cars


25.Taxi drivers


26.Sleep your life


27.Make space


28.Spotify algorithm


29.Canadians


30.Amazon workers




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Reddit is an entertainment website, social network and news aggregator, where registered members of the community can place content, such as text posts or direct links. Registered users can vote for posts (with positive or negative feedback). Posts are organized by area of interest, in so-called subreddits.


Subreddits have a variety of topics, such as news, games, movies, music, books, fitness, food, and image sharing. Submissions with multiple votes up appear at the top of their subreddit and, if they receive enough votes, eventually appear on the front page of the site. Despite strict rules prohibiting harassment, Reddit administrators spend considerable resources moderating the site.


Reddit is a place full of fun, that's why Bemorepanda collected the funniest memes for you.


1.Trade offer


2.Changing my mind


3.I was higher


4.No coincidences


5.As you do


6.Something smart


7.Single and ready


8.Need a haircut?


9.Busy followers


10.Who is this?


11.Did you know?


12.Have a great day


13.Best person ever


14.So serious


15.Also women:


16.Happy may


17.What is my purpose?


18.It hurt


19.State your name


20.It will take him his life


21.Japanese town


22.My life


23.Mario Kart


24.Single queen


25.Haha gottem


26.Both is good


27.Rawr to meow


28.Fear the strong


29.My belt


30.Look at me






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LinkedIn is a professional-oriented social network with which any user can find a job or an employer can find the professional they need.

 

The LinkedIn platform is owned by a large technology company: Microsoft, and is similar to Facebook, Instagram and more.

 

What makes it different is that LinkedIn is a social network with an exclusive focus on the professional area and career development. This communication channel is used, among others, to display your CV, to look for a job and to improve your professional reputation.

 

Although fairly new to our market, Linkedin was launched in 2003 and was listed on the stock exchange 8 years later, having at that time a market value of 4.25 billion dollars. In 2016, Microsoft bought LinkedIn for a fabulous $ 26 billion.

 

Enough with info, let's move to memes. LinkedIn is also a subject of a lot of memes, that's why Bemorepanda collected a top of them.

Enough with information, let's move to memes! LinkedIn is a subject in a lot of memes, that's why Bemorepanda collected the top of them.

 

1.See the difference

 

2.I will hire you

 

3.Correct test

 

4.Mad sales manager

 

5.Recruiter added me on LinkedIn

 

6.Explaining policies to clients

 

7.See the difference?

 

8.Blog every day

 

9.That's our secret!

 

10.Searching on LinkedIn

 

11.My basement

 

12.She totally wants me

 

13.Makes a LinkedIn account

 

14.I just shot a man

 

15.That would be great

 

16.Never have I been so wrong

 

17.What if?

18.Innovation workshop

 

19.You like workshops?

 

20.Brace yourself

 

21.Haha so serious on LinkedIn

 

22.Dress for a job you want, not the job you have

 

23.Even superman wants to be batman

 

24.About your business

 

25.You like business?

 

26.Password incorrect

 

27.Have you seen my LinkedIn?

 

28.Classy and Sexy

 

29.Classes during pandemic be like

 

30.LinkedIn found you

 

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Coronavirus is a serious issue that has affected almost the entire planet in recent months. Beyond the measures to prevent the spread of this virus launched by the authorities, Internet users have invaded the online space with jokes and ironies, especially about the widespread panic that seems to accompany the spread of COVID-19, which originally appeared in China.

 

The World Health Organization recommends that people follow a few simple rules in order to prevent, at the very least, a possible infection with the new coronavirus. Specialists say that we should wash our hands as often as possible, but also to give up the habit of touching our face at every step.

 

While most people take WHO recommendations seriously and stockpile medical masks and other protective solutions, keep their social distance and do not leave the house, a category of people intervenes who, in any situation, whatever would not happen, find the funny part of things and I decide to ease the mood a bit with some very funny memes. Bemorepanda collected all of them.

 

1.Online lessons

 

2.Coronavirus greeting

 

3.Being at home

 

4.Realizing 2020

 

5.Laughting at meme

 

6.Snacks and quarantine

 

7.When someone cough

 

8.Grannys from 2050

 

9.Suddenly cough

 

10.We should stop this

 

11.I think not

 

12.I like to move it

 

13.Oh this is sad

 

14.Apocalyptic outfit

 

15.Low IQ people

 

16.Madam

 

17.Hand sanitizers

 

18.Dino is back

 

19.Report it

 

20.Satana

 

21.Being a granny

 

22.Corona be like

 

23.Stop it

 

24.Traffic problem

 

25.This is fine

 

26.March 16

 

27.Society be like

 

28.14 day quarantine ration

 

29.Daily lifestyle

 

30.Classes of 2020

 

31.What happened?

 

32.My work be like

 

33.Divorce and pandemic

 

34.Coming out of quarantine

 

35.Soap cleans it

 

36.Papper is gold

 

37.CoronaVirus be like

 

38.Panik

 

39.French people now

 

40.Tested positive

 

41.Screaming 2020

 

42.Dogs in quarantine

 

43.What caused Toilet Paper Shortage

 

44.Money money

 

45.The Quarantini

 

46.Food delivery

 

47.Stay inside

 

48.Daily routine

 

49.Gamers that never leave

 

50.Normal people be like

 

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Thanks to technology, our lives are much easier. Nowadays, it is much easier for a brand to promote itself all over the world, thanks to the Internet. Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. These are just some of the ways in which a brand can easily communicate with the public. However, the one that has surpassed the popularity of the three social networks is Reddit - a site that calls itself "the first page of the Internet".


Even though many did not expect it, Facebook was overtaken by Reddit, which ranked third in the ranking of the most visited sites in the United States, according to Alexa, Amazon's web traffic analysis service.


In 2018, Reddit began to gain popularity, both following the scandals surrounding Mark Zuckerberg's social network, and due to the fact that it came with a new design and a simplification of access.


Theoretically, Reddit is a place where the news on the Internet is shared, but - most importantly - this is where you can really laugh out loud. Reddit is the perfect place for memes. Specifically, Reddit is the social network for people who want to discuss important topics before they appear on other sites.


1.Thanks, Apple


2. 02/22/22


3.Do not eat me


Basically, registered members post content on the site, such as links, text, images, video. This content is then voted on by other members, so it may or may not gain popularity.


Posts are organized by users into categories (subreddits) that cover a variety of topics, including news about current events, science, movies, video games, books, music, fitness, or nutrition. To date, there are approximately 1,209,754 subreddits, and these categories continue to grow.


If a post is very popular and is appreciated by users, it reaches the front page of the subsection or the main page of Reddit, from where it will be distributed and voted by hundreds of thousands of people. That is why we can say that Reddit is thus a kind of social aggregator of news and content, which is based on the popular vote.


What can be posted on Reddit? Almost any content that does not violate the rules of the social network. Anyone can open and moderate a Subreddit, and it is important that it attracts the attention of users in order to become popular.


Despite strict rules prohibiting harassment, Reddit administrators spend considerable resources moderating content. Not all material can be posted on Reddit, and many users do not seem to understand this. So, on this website you can find everything from animals to hard drives to road accidents. That is why any spam is deleted immediately.


4.Doomed


5.If I had one


6.The truth hurts


The platform hosts content published by a vast network of users. So, in total, it attracts almost 164 million unique visitors every month.


According to several reports:


  • 71% of users who prefer the news on Reddit are men.
  • 59% of them are between 18 and 29 years old.
  • 47% identify as liberals (only 13% consider themselves conservative and 39% do not have a specific preference).
  • 47% of Reddit users are online most of the time.


A 2016 study found that 64% of Reddit users are between the ages of 18 and 29. Also, 29% of users are between 30 and 40 years old. And, a percentage of 6% includes those aged between 50 and 64 years. In addition, many Reddit users own dogs, not cats, according to the number of cat-related posts currently on the site.


In terms of the region where most Reddit users come from, America is at the top, followed by England and Canada. Specifically, 45% of Reddit users come from outside the United States.

The site is made up of thousands of subreddits, where people post depending on the topic - music, sports, news, movies, cats and so on. Each subreddit has its own rules, subscribers and moderators. These small communities include support groups for people who want to share their stories and problems with others - whether it's to get advice or to feel sorry for each other.


7.Don’t be sad


8.I like to watch


9.Goals change


Reddit is a place famous for the sexist, racist and harassing environment it offers to its users, but somehow it manages to have a positive effect on their psyche.


Specifically, although it is a relatively toxic environment, Reddit helps people cope with mental illness.



The site is made up of thousands of subreddits, where people post depending on the topic - music, sports, news, movies, cats and so on. Each subreddit has its own rules, subscribers and moderators. These small communities include support groups for people who want to share their stories and problems with others - whether it's to get advice or to feel sorry for each other, but also share some funny jokes. 


In 2017, researchers at the University of Utah wanted to know how such subreddits (such as r / depression) could affect subscribers' mental health. They found that they improved their physique.


The study was published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR). The researchers analyzed the language of the subscribers to the subreddit for depression and looked at categories such as positive emotions, negative emotions and sadness. They found that users 'language improved in nine out of ten categories, a sign that the subreddit for depression caused a positive change in users' emotions.


In a follow-up study also published in JMIR, researchers observed the level of readability of frequent user posts on the r / depression, r / bipolar, and r / schizophrenia subreddits. For the control group, the subreddits r / happy, r / bodybuilding and r / loseit were considered. They noticed that users who posted in subreddits for mental problems initially had difficulty expressing clearly what they meant.


Researchers have seen that over time, those users with speech difficulties have significantly and statistically improved their lexical diversity and readability. "I started to notice that as they get more involved and participate, they calm down and express themselves a little better."


The next step for researchers is to find a way to make concrete use of what they have discovered. One idea is to use automated systems that analyze language and alert moderators if a subscriber's posts become less readable.



10.Trying my best


11.Can we keep it


12.People’s expectations


13.Hedgehog


14.Russia, no


15.American snake


16.Mark on the map


17.Don’t mind


18.Then wake up


19.I’m vegan


20.Failure


21.New phone


22.Pepno


23.Cartoons be like


24.Humble


25.Stop ringing


26.Sugary snacks


27.Kalm


28.Asians


29.Transformation


30.Minimum wage


31.Missing out


32.Stop judging


33.Pay an hour


34.Well done


35.Restaurant owners


36.WW3 memes


37.Wanna feel old


38.Conversation


39.Candace


40.Old Youtuber


41.Knock Knock


42.Madam


43.Notification sound


44.Attached file


45.What is this


46.First mission


47.Boomers


48.Acoustic


49.Cats mood


50.Enter room


51.Good


52.Me and my son


53.Brothers and sisters


54.Smart kid


55.Adult swim


56.Latest pictures


57.I won’t


58.Pooping on cars


59.Excuse me mam


60.I’ll take corona



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