30 Crying memes are too funny to be missed
We cry when we are sad, when we suffer from love, if something moves our soul or when we rejoice. Crying has to do with emotions. But tears mean much more.
Some cry lightly, they get the slightest impulse to shed tears, sometimes until their eyes turn red. Everyone has their own style of crying, sometimes it is accompanied by sobs, jerky breathing, other times it happens quietly.
Bemorepanda collected some funny memes about crying.
1.Are you crying?
3.Smile through pain
7.A two yard route
8.Realizing my mistakes
9.Liberals cry about Trump
10.I dropped that
15.Don’t do what i say
16.Arrive at gym
18.Cry in front of you
19.I’m right here
20.So many feels
21.Play like you did
22.Cries during trip
23.How could you
24.When I cry
25.I love you
29.Collecting all the tears
A classic said that the person who chose to speak instead of throwing stones or fighting helped advance society. Sarcasm is for many a tool to avoid revealing their feelings. For others, it is a way of insulting some without realizing it.
If you are good at the art of sarcasm you can rest easy. Studies show that sarcastic people are smarter. Below are a few other things about scientifically proven sarcasm.
For starters, sarcasm means creativity. According to researchers, sarcastic people are inventive, and the sarcasm used at the right time can trigger innovative things. The even better news is that both people who use sarcasm and recipients are more creative after a conversation.
Also, sarcasm helps you criticize a person without looking combative. According to a study that looked at two expressions said to a smoker ("I see you don't care about your lungs!" And "I see you take care of your lungs!"). The results showed that sarcastic expressions are better received and considered rather than direct ones.
Regarding empathy, the volunteers said that the sarcastic statements seem more empathetic than those without subtext.
Other studies have shown that sarcasm can be misinterpreted, especially in electronic communication. According to a study, 60 students received a list of statements that needed to be communicated. Half were sarcastic and half serious. Moreover, these statements were sent by email or voice message to other people. Those who received the audio messages acknowledged the sarcasm (or lack thereof) in 73% of cases. By comparison, people who received sarcastic statements by email recognized the subtext in only 56% of cases.
Another revealing thing is that the people who sent the sarcastic messages thought that at least 78% of the recipients would realize it. On the other hand, the people who received the messages thought that they interpreted them correctly (sarcastically or seriously) in 90% of the cases, which did not prove to be true. Surprisingly, they had much less confidence in their ability to interpret voice messages.
In any case, sarcasm predominates in everyone's life, so Bemorepanda collected this funny top of sarcastic memes.
2.I love sarcasm
3.Remind me of a software
4.Laughting so hard
5.Was that sarcasm?
7.Exams are coming
8.Angry and rude
10.Ticks me off
13.How to golf
14.A parent tells me
16.Not my problem
17.I just drunk
20.Alwasy talk like this
21.Clap and stare
22.Round of applause
23.The only one
24.But when I do
32.Will save me?
36.That's for short
42.Racing to make that
44.Get you anywhere
Valentine's Day, the Western holiday of love is celebrated every year on February 14. On this day, lovers around the world celebrate Valentine's Day. This holiday, when people send about 150 million greeting cards, is considered the second most popular holiday after Christmas.
The origin of this holiday of lovers is not clear even today, there are only the legends that mysteriously surround this day and that have in their center St. Valentine. The first attestation of February 14 was in the year 498, when three saints were appointed by Pope Gelasius I, the date of their celebration being this day.
But the holiday remains associated with the name of Valentine in Rome, who was sent to prison for secretly officiating marriages for soldiers who were forbidden to do so. While in prison, he allegedly healed his guardian's daughter, Asterius. It seems that, before the execution, he would have sent her a letter, which he signed with "your Valentine", as a sign of goodbye.
On the other hand, other legends claim that this day is celebrated in early February, because during this period the Roman holiday Lupercalia took place. The event took place around February 15 and honored fertility, Faunus, the Roman god of agriculture, but also Romulus and Remus, the founders of Rome.
- Valentine's Day is coming
2.Do you have a crush?
3.Around the corner
4.Violets are blue
5.The day of love
6.Single on Valentine's Day
7.It's Valentine's Day
8.Stuff of love
10.Spending Valentine's Day
11.Solo for too long
12.Kanye likes kanye
14.Saved money on Valentines Day
16. What about lonliness
18.Valentines Day less than 2 weeks away
20.Do I have a date for Valentines Day?
21.Treating you right
22.This fish, is my fish
25.When bae text you love messages
27.The day I met you
28.Hi there, how are you
29.I am not the best
30.Both crazy, but you're in love
The COVID-19 vaccine will be a tool of major importance to help control the pandemic, along with effective testing and prevention. With several promising candidates working on vaccine development, others under review, but also Pfizer / BioNTech and Moderna vaccines approved for use, the road to a safe and effective vaccine has entered a new phase.
Developing a safe and effective vaccine takes time, but thanks to unprecedented investment in research and development, global cooperation, researchers have been able to develop a vaccine against COVID-19 in record time, based on rigorous evidence and standards. Currently, there are more than 200 candidates working on the development of a vaccine (56 are in the clinical phase and another 166 in the pre-clinical phase). Some of these vaccine candidates are in Phase III clinical trials - the last stage before the vaccine is approved.
Of course there are those who are campaigning against the vaccine and with that the internet of memers exploded, and Bemorepanda collected them all for you.
2.Teens sneaking out to get shots
4.Does it hurt?
7.It is done
10.Missing her vaccinations?
11.Someone says thi
12.Mom refuses to vaccinate
13.Uses facts and logic
18.When doctors tell you that not vaccinating
22.I want to live 100 years
23. Not giving shots
24.Turns 3 years old
26.Fool me once
30.When I grow up
31.Zoom and vaccine
34.Popping to Boots
35.Me and the fellas
36.Me with besties
37.Not taking the vaccine
39.Taking Covid-19 vaccine
41.Introverts and the vaccine
42.People in the country
46.If you die from polio
49.Because people die
Elon Musk tweeted a message about a new drug called "Regretamine", which caused a flurry of memes on the microblogging platform. "A new drug called Regretamin is coming out," the head of Tesla and SpaceX tweeted, adding that its appearance would help calm feelings of regret. “Pop One & All's regrets were gone,” he announced, much to the amazement of his followers, who couldn't decide if the billionaire entrepreneur was joking or not.
Some have wondered if Mr. Musk, the co-founder of Neuralink, a company that makes “interfaces implanted between the brain and the machine,” could actually invent a new drug. Others admitted that they did not fully understand what he was tweeting about, but suggested that it could be a joke.
Some of the Regretamine memes refer to Elon Musk's past report on acceptable tweets. His messages have influenced the markets several times in recent months. Bemorepanda collected some memes.
1.Stocks of regretamine
4.Hop on the train
5.Coming to aid
7.Regrets taking it
8.You will regret
9.A pill form
10.These are the days of regret
11.Will it help?
14.Take the pill
16.Where is the stock?
17.Start ordering regretamine
19.Regrets are gone
Easter is the most important moment of the religious calendar and the fundamental point on which the Christian faith rests. Easter focuses human hopes and aspirations on overcoming seemingly invincible limits and situations.
For many, the greatest joy of Easter is that the family gathers around the table full of goodies. There are many people that like to recieve messages that begin with "May the light of the holiday ..". But it is also funny to send some good memes to your friends. Easter has a long history, old spring festivals, religious disputes, various traditions and many commercial elements added in the last 250 years. For sure you will find this things in our memes.
Funniest memes to boost your mood for the 2022 Easter.
4.Holidays be like
Like Christmas, Easter has its roots in the great holidays of antiquity, practically in the ancient spring festivals. Elements from ancient times have been added and have come to be included in the holiday we know today. Then, in recent centuries, modern components have been added: the bunny, the gifts and the things that led to the excessive sale of the holiday.
Both Easter and Christmas are related to key moments of the year, they are strictly related to an optimistic time (spring, respectively winter) and an important astronomical moment (spring equinox, respectively winter solstice). In addition, both have changed a lot in the last 150 years, becoming family holidays, huge business holidays, and products related to these holidays appear in stores three months in advance. No wonder there have been calls in the UK this year for supermarkets not to bring chocolate eggs so quickly, as the obesity rate has reached record levels among children and the first eggs have appeared in stores since the first days of January.
Easter is different from other holidays and the fact that its date varies greatly from year to year. For example, in 2010 it was on April 4th, and in 2013 on May 5th, so on the night of the resurrection it can be in the cold years and below 0 degrees, and in the very warm ones, over 10 degrees. Every four or five years, the date of the Catholic Easter coincides with the date of the Orthodox Easter, but the calendar has in many cases caused controversy and discussions have been held to unify the data between Catholics and Orthodox, but no agreement has been reached.
The date of the celebration of Easter is based on two astronomical phenomena: the spring equinox and the rotating motion of the Moon around the Earth. Generally, the Catholic one is one week before the Orthodox one, but there are also cases in which the Catholic one is more than a month earlier.
6.Back in 3 days
Pâques (in French) or Pascua (in Italian) appeared on the same etymology. In English, Easter has an uncertain etymology, but a widely accepted scenario is that it came from Eostre or Eostrae, an Anglo-Saxon goddess of spring and fertility. The mention was made by the monk Venerable Bede in the 8th century, but it is disputed by some historians.
In the pre-Christian period, the coming of spring was celebrated with fasting, food and drink, especially in northern Europe where nature came back to life, the weather warmed up and the days became longer than the nights.
Many of the holiday traditions are much older and can be attributed to the so-called pagans. If we talk about the pagan roots of Easter, we can list the myth of the resurrection present in Sumerian, Egyptian or Roman deities, the presence of the lamb in Israelite sacrifice rituals or the tradition of egg exchange (egg being a symbol of fertility).
In many parts of Europe, there were pre-Christian spring holidays, carnivals, or processions designed to ward off evil spirits and "scare" the winter once and for all. In some villages there are still carnivals in which people disguised as monsters go to carols in the spring and receive sweets, meat or wine, a custom that is believed to derive from the fact that families helped themselves with food during times of great deprivation.
It would be wrong to say that modern Easter traditions come directly from pre-Christian peoples, but it would be just as erroneous to believe that we are facing a completely modern phenomenon. In the first three to four centuries of Christianity, the rising religion took over some of the traditions of the so-called barbarians.
Pagans were those who worshiped gods or idols or were of a religion other than Christianity. The pagans called them Christians and those who had no religion, did not believe in God, or were not baptized.
Traditions that seemed appropriate to them were gradually adopted by Christianity. In addition, the new religion soon found its place among the so-called barbarians as long as some of the old rituals were maintained, which can be seen as a sign of respect for those who converted.
The earliest evidence of the Passover is from the second century, but it is suspected that the resurrection of Jesus has been commemorated since the first century AD.