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Elon Musk launched a wave of memes after writing on Twitter about Regretamine
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
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.
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
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.
9.U mad bro?
18.Work from home
23.Washing the dishes
24.When you get home
26.Leave my family
30.What people want
34.Wishing to rain
37.And here we
40.Design the cover
43.Here it comes
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Easter memes are really special and keep the light on the Easter Bunny.
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.
9.Searching for eggs
11.Became a bunny
23.I’ll be back
29.Kids are coming
37.Best game ever
43.Easter is coming
45.Bunnies be like
47.Eat a rabbit
49.Not my bunny
50.Candy and toys
Best Working From Home Memes during coronavirus pandemic. New 2022 edition
The coronavirus pandemic has caused many people to work from home. Even if the measure seems to make our lives easier these days, it still involves a potential for stress.
"Good thing I can stay home!" Many people have this thought, initially, when they find out that they can work from home. And indeed, working in the home office has some advantages. One of them is that you can sleep more in the morning. It saves the road, sometimes quite long, to work. And in the same way you get rid of the big crowd in the city or on the highway. Just like in trains or buses - often full at peak times. So you have more time and less stress.
Not only do you not have to get up so early, but you also get home earlier in the afternoon or evening. Because you're home anyway, aren't you ?! In addition, you don't have to dress like for work, you don't have to put on make-up, you can also work in comfortable, homemade clothes. In other words, even in pajamas or tracksuits and sneakers. Nobody sees you anyway.
Then, does anyone control how fast you work? The boss? Not at all. And your colleagues don't bother you either. At home you can work quietly and divide your time as you see fit. Of course, depending on the job. You can take a short break to work on other things. You talk to someone on the phone, you clean a little, you vacuum, you cook, you read the newspaper. Green Greens leader Robert Habeck has been working from home for three weeks. He says that during teleconferences he also washes his clothes, for example.
And there would be another aspect, not to be neglected: you are at home when the package arrives. Which otherwise, being at work, if you are not lucky enough to have the postman leave it to a neighbor, you have to pick it up who knows from which branch.
Bemorepanda collected some funny memes about working from home.
1.About Zoom meetings
2.A month working from home
3.Working from home
4.Never ending call
5.Work from home
7.Snezzing in office
9.That would be great
13.Alarm from the past
14.It’s only 9:30
15.Introverts vs extroverts
16.Working from home
17.Working from home
18.Do not disturb
19.How it is?
20.Fired and paid
21.Conference call bingo
22.Feel as fun
25.Thinking about my office
26.This is Wilson
28.Trying not to judge
29.Could work from home
30.Elizabeth are you here?
34.Much work done
35.Talk with myself
36.Work from home they said
37.Mum is in a meeting
38.Purr my last email
39.Work from home
40.Background of Zoom
42.Work from home
44.When you think
45.Work from home
47.Working from home be like
48.Work from home
50.One more time