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Top trending memes on 9GAG in April - Bemorepanda

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9GAG is an internet platform and social network. Users download and share content made by themselves or taken from other sites. 9GAG's office is located in Mountain View. From the day of its foundation, April 12, 2008, to the present day, the site has grown enormously and has received more than 34 million likes on Facebook, 8 million followers on Twitter and 46 million followers on Instagram. It is one of the most successful sites, ranking in the Top 200 websites, and has a value of approximately US $ 56 million.


On 9gag you can also find good memes, Bemorepanda collected some of them.


1.Wanna see me?


2.Body doubles


3.Moderna boys


4.One year apart


5.CEO of IKEA


6.Enjoy it


7.Happy joy


8.Always killed


9.Stonks


10.Hola


11.England


12.Reality matters?


13.Gamers


14.Perfect selfie


15.Size means


16.Bed time


17.Cyclists


18.Pick up a drill


19.Food thief


20.Guys?


21.Straw debate


22.Le France


23.Reflexes


24.My dreams


25.Trade offer


26.Seeing blood


27.Talk about sports


28.Theory


29.Bladder


30.WinRAR


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50-most-popular-memes-that-are-going-viral-on-9gag-in-2022

Watching memes helps relieve stress, scientists have now confirmed this by studying how funny pictures reduce pandemic anxiety. What kind of jokes affect us most positively and at the expense of what?


In 2021, the American Psychological Association studied how viewing memes helps to cope with stress: scientists traced the connection between watching jokes about COVID-19 and the ability to overcome fear about the coronavirus. Scientists explained the positive impact of memes by obtaining positive emotions in conjunction with the ease of processing information. Simply put, funny pictures with cats act like a kind of “joy pill” that is quickly absorbed by the brain.


The experiment involved 799 volunteers aged 18 to 88, among whom were 54.7% women, 44.4% men. 0.9% of participants did not indicate gender or identified themselves as non-binary persons.


The global collective experience of co-experiencing the pandemic has become unique in today's society. Perhaps, for the history of mankind as a whole, neither the famous medieval plague nor the Spanish flu epidemic were so large-scale. In addition, they did not have such massive information support as the coronavirus.


In this situation, memes have become the easiest way to reflect on what is happening: a flurry of jokes about the coronavirus was probably a form of collective emotional protection from the stress caused by the emergence of a new deadly disease. Such a reaction is quite logical, because overcoming stress is associated not only with the elimination of the stressor itself, but also with the perceived degree of readiness to face it. Humor also helps to devalue the problem somewhat and reduce the fear of it.


Here are some funny memes that we collected on 9gag.


1.Law degree


2.Sad story


3.Expert


9GAG is a Hong Kong-based online platform and social media website that allows users to upload and share "user-generated content" or other content from external social media sites. The internet meme collection platform was launched on July 1, 2008, and its popularity has grown on social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.


The site was created in 2009–2010 by a group of five Hong Kong residents: University of Hong Kong student Ray Chan, his brother Chris Chan, Derek Chan, Marco Fung and Brian Yu with the intention of creating an alternative online email platform where users could Easily share humorous photos or videos. In a 2012 interview, its CEO Ray Chan declined to explain the origin of the name "9GAG".


Building the company with a "just for fun" mentality, the co-founders of 9GAG started using 9GAG as a resume. 500 Startups accelerator program constructor. During the summer program, the 9GAG team worked on other startup ideas including StartupQuote and Songboard. Following the 500 Startups accelerator program, 9GAG participated in the Y Combinator incubator and its user base increased to 70 million unique visitors worldwide per month. The 9GAG co-founding team has discontinued all other projects and turned its focus exclusively to 9GAG. 500 Startups received shares for helping and mentoring.


In July 2012, 9GAG raised additional $2.8 million in funding from Silicon Valley venture capital, including Greycroft Partners. In August 2012, 9GAG received another US$2.8 million in funding from Silicon Valley venture capitalists including True Ventures and Greycroft Partners as well as individual investors such as Christopher Sacca, Kevin Rose and Naval Ravikant. This funding has helped grow the 9GAG engineering team in both Hong Kong and Silicon Valley. 9GAG is headquartered in Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong, with offices in Mountain View, California.


9GAG users and administrators may also re-post content (usually without the consent of the respective authors) from other websites (e.g. 4chan, Newgrounds, Reddit, SomethingAwful, FunnyJunk, YTMND, Instagram, etc.), replacing the original site's watermark with own. In 2011, 9GAG and 4chan disputed the authorship of internet memes published on both sites, with each company claiming the memes originated from their own site. As 9GAG co-founder Ray Chan stated, "9GAG doesn't create memes or rage comics, but helps spread them." In a 2015 article by Slate, writer Amanda Hess described 9GAG's reposting of Instagram content as part of an "online joke-stealing ecosystem".


4.Dad and the dog


5.As* hair


6.Career advice


No matter how, when and who, but for sure 9gag is a positive vibe with memes that increase our optimism.


The effect depends on the type of memes. The lowest level of stress from the coronavirus was found in those participants in the experiment who watched jokes directly about COVID-19. Such a result was not obvious in advance - scientists assumed that memes on abstract topics could act more strongly by switching attention. It is also worth noting that while the memes with animals and children were considered more cute and evoked more positive emotions, their anti-stress effect was less.


The authors of the study did not measure the duration of the therapeutic effect of memes, so you should not take them as a universal tool in the fight against anxiety. Also, do not forget that memes can be no less dangerous than bad news - for example, if they are spread by conspiracy theorists, basing jokes on pseudoscientific information.


The negative impact of an overabundance of information on the psyche is a well-known fact. And while reading news, especially related to the coronavirus, can be useful (you need to be aware of what is happening), due to how alarming such content can be, the WHO recommended consuming such information in a dosed manner.


Even at the beginning of the pandemic, a study was published in which the authors argued that widespread coverage of the topic of COVID-19 can increase the negative consequences of the epidemic in society. The scientists' conclusions were partly based on the history of coverage of past disasters. For example, in the three years after September 11, 2001, there was a spike in cardiovascular disease in people who actively followed the information about the attack and began to worry about their safety. Those who monitored information about the Ebola outbreak for several hours a day faced similar consequences.


7.Happiness


8.2281


9.U mad bro?


10.The SImpsons


11.Awesome


12.WW3


13.Username


14.Trash talk


15.Dropkick


16.Russia now


17.Another tip


18.Work from home


19.Funny memes


20.Bordering country


21.My family


22.My dog


23.Washing the dishes


24.When you get home


25.Help Putin


26.Leave my family


27.Stop it


28.Fear you


29.Immune system


30.What people want


31.Flight back


32.TV show


33.Sounds legit


34.Wishing to rain


35.WW3


36.Second day


37.And here we


38.Working mirror


39.IDK why


40.Design the cover


41.Fatherly love


42.Average Russians


43.Here it comes


44.Ourkraine


45.American dream


46.Each year


47.Starting WW3


48.No one


49.Unsaved work


50.Invade everyone




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50-most-trending-memes-that-are-going-viral-on-9gag

9GAG is a Hong Kong-based online platform and social networking site that allows users to upload and share "user-generated content" or other content from external social networking websites. Since the platform for meme collections on the Internet was launched on July 1, 2008, it has grown in popularity on social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.


Bemorepanda collected a top of funny memes that are trending on 9gag.


1.Netflix today


2.Please stop with posts


3.Message to enemies


4.Motivational speaker


5.Nobody absolutly


6.A vow


7.Finding something complementary


8.Promoted to customer


9.Single nibba


10.Little maneuver


11.Tiered of explaining


12.Feels like waiting


13.Good memes


14.Look at the floor


15.New favorite quote


16.Join google


17.Sleep over


18.Missing piece


19.Loading


20.Fairy tail


21.Piece of s*it


22.Mom forces you


23.How do I get a job?


24.Wondering why


25.Hard


26.The universe


27.Plans get cancelled


28.How long


29.What comes after 69?


30.Mightier than sword



31.Entire 3rd Grade


32.Checking if friendly


33.About google


34.Moaning about lockdown


35.OOPS


36.Answer same


37.Good memes are back


38.The therapist


39.Local potato


40.Only 25 years old


41.Try not to laugh


42.I don't know


43.That feeling


44.Wanna go?


45.Oh look


46.The big sad


47.Coffee at home


48.Halfway there


49.No help is coming


50.I'm 6 years old



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top-50-trending-memes-on-9gag-for-today-18-of-march-2021

9GAG is an internet platform and social network. Users download and share content made by themselves or taken from other sites. 9GAG's office is located in Mountain View. From the day of its foundation, April 12, 2008, to the present day, the site has grown enormously and has received more than 34 million likes on Facebook, 8 million followers on Twitter and 46 million followers on Instagram. It is one of the most successful sites, ranking in the Top 200 websites, and has a value of approximately US $ 56 million.


This application includes a wide variety of posts, including the funniest ones. Bemorepanda has collected the hottest memes for today.


1.Pizza lover


2.Anti-vaxxers


3.So inlove


4.Scary advertising


5.Double burn


6.Save the world again


7.Delete my browser search


8.Long talk-show


9.Me towars other


10.What happened to Pete?


11.Behold a meme


12.Stop scrolling


13.Adjusting to America


14.The cheese I spilled


15.I just saw a friend


16.Surprise


17.So angry


18.Dark mode


19.Looking at myself


20.A little tale


21.Screaming


22.Drinking water


23.No title needed


24.Cat cave


25.No touch


26.Math exam


27.Every single bite


28.Born cool


29.He said this


30.I’ll be back


31.Single and depressed


32.Instructions


33.Escaping


34.Deep thoughts


35.PC master race


36.Very proud


37.Your own grandpa


38.Invented watches


39.Wedding ring


40.Uncut bills


41.Teacher heading


42.Another day, another question


43.Good luck


44.My gf being mad


45.Funding


46.Mario


47.Potato life


48.Good conversation


49.Street art


50.Were you killed?


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best-40-trending-memes-in-october-on-9gag

October is full of memes. Bemorepanda has collected a top from 9gag that will surely make you laugh. We have collected 40 coolest memes for you, they will definitely be worth a share to your friends to cheer them up on this gloomy autumn day.


1.Copium


2.Patrick Star


3.Every time


4.About teamwork


5.Germany


6.Not all ducks are bad


7.Remember this kid?


8.The little angel


9.Why?


10.Are you winning?


11.There is a monster


12.Pissed off


13.Tenth quarantine


14.Stomach


15.Fight for you


16.Eating bugs


17.Chicken nuggets


18.Everywhere


19.Purassic


20.Dance floor


21.Olives


22.Shut up


23.Friends with benefits


24.Enter your phone number


25.Young leopard


26.Onward sir


27.Girlfriends


28.Go upstairs


29.Hard to find


30.NASA warns


31.Student is a Thinker


32.Reveal password


33.Scenarios in my head


34.Last day


35.Clean your room


36.Wholesome


37.Ice cream


38.Politicians


39.Pretty predictive


40.Blood flows


 


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60-most-popular-memes-that-are-going-viral-on-reddit-in-2022

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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