Top 30 funny memes that are trending this month Reddit (August, 2021)
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.
2.Flaw his logic
7.Me and my boys
11.Corona minus virus
13.After you turn 18
15.Back to sleep
22.First covid test
26.Sleep your life
40 most upvoted posts on r/funny subreddit for this week (22-29 sept, 2021)
At first glance, Reddit may seem intimidating to the uninitiated observer. Self-proclaimed as the "front page of the Internet," Reddit is a massive and diverse community, and anyone who knows anything about the Internet can tell you that this can be both a blessing and a curse.
Similar to a lively city, there is a nice part of Reddit and a not so nice part. You can't just write the whole website based on a trip to the wrong neighborhood. At least not without first visiting the most beautiful pieces.
Reddit also includes funny topics, for this reason we find the freshest memes and jokes. Bemorepanda created the latest top.
7.Lego in hell
12.Work from home
15.Move my chairs
16.Better be organic
19.Bill of rights
24.Purpose of life
26.Eat and seat
30.Funny how that works
34.Being a mom
40.Humor based on pain
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.
2.Changing my mind
3.I was higher
5.As you do
7.Single and ready
8.Need a haircut?
10.Who is this?
11.Did you know?
12.Have a great day
13.Best person ever
17.What is my purpose?
19.State your name
20.It will take him his life
26.Both is good
27.Rawr to meow
28.Fear the strong
30.Look at me
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.
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.
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
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
16.Mark on the map
18.Then wake up
23.Cartoons be like
33.Pay an hour
37.Wanna feel old
45.What is this
52.Me and my son
53.Brothers and sisters
58.Pooping on cars
59.Excuse me mam
60.I’ll take corona
Top trending memes on 9GAG in April - Bemorepanda
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?
4.One year apart
5.CEO of IKEA
18.Pick up a drill
27.Talk about sports
If you spend a lot of time on the Internet, you have most likely heard of Reddit. The site bills itself as "the front page of the internet," and that's no empty boast: Reddit is the sixth most popular site in the US and 18th worldwide.
What is Reddit? All in all, it's a huge collection of forums where people can share news or content and comment on others' posts. Here's everything you need to know.
Each user of the site can create a subreddit on any topic, the main thing is that he adheres to the rules of Reddit. Subreddits are run by volunteer moderators who can change the look of the community, dictate what content can be posted, and even delete posts and ban users. Reddit as a whole is run by administrators - employees of the company who have wide powers on the site, including the ability to strip moderators of their privileges and even remove entire subreddits.
Bemorepanda collected some funny memes shared on Reddit in 2022.
1.New Year 2022
3.No more hangover
4.Christmas just ended
5.New Year- New me
Next to the post, you will most likely see arrows pointing up and down, as well as a number. Users click on the arrows to like or dislike, and the number indicates the number of likes and dislikes. Reddit users can also rate the comments of others, and the so-called “karma” is tied to each account - for every like of your comment or post, you get a plus in karma. Karma helps you increase your position in the community.
If you think that Reddit is your place, then go to the registration page, come up with your nickname, password and enter your email. Reddit does not limit you in the number of accounts - you can come up with several usernames and log into accounts depending on your mood.
After registering, Reddit will guide you on how to search for popular communities that you might like. If you already know which subreddits you want to subscribe to, enter their name in the search bar at the top.
By subscribing to interesting subreddits, you will see posts from them on your home page. The navigation bar will show you a list of all your subscriptions, making it easier for you to navigate the site.
6.Happy New Year
7.Choose to live your best life now
Moving next to memes from Reddit. Did you know that a meme is any idea, symbol, manner or mode of action consciously or unconsciously transmitted from person to person through speech, writing, video, rituals, gestures, etc. The term "meme" and its understanding were introduced by evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins in 1976 year in The Selfish Gene. Dawkins proposed the idea that all culturally significant information is made up of basic units, memes, just as biological information is made up of genes.
There is a whole science called memetics, this is nothing more than the study of memes, but not in terms of direct study of pictures and other things, but the study of transmitted information and emotions.
8.Brace yourselves for the first hangover
9.Spending New Years like
So what is a meme in widespread use today? In simple words, these are emotions transmitted over the network. For example, when you are in a good mood and have a surge of feelings, you come across a corresponding image, you make a certain postscript to it and send it to your loved one. The one who received your message receives not just some information, but he receives part of your emotions. That is, memes are the transfer of emotions.
To complete the transfer of emotions, there are so-called memes. As a rule, they consist of an image and a corresponding inscription.
The transmission of such information is mainly aimed at a wide range of people. It is transmitted through social networks, posted on the pages of the site, serves to enhance, give emotional coloring, etc.
The Internet meme does not strive for exact reproduction, but rather for distortion, or at least for new contexts in the broadest sense of the word. Their appearance is often unexpected, and sometimes meaningless and absurd. The life of an Internet meme, especially at the beginning of its journey, is not routine, but, on the contrary, is constantly creative. An Internet meme is more popular than its scientific source (authorship of Dawkins) and is often mixed with it, if only because, for the sake of simplicity and economy, the first part (Internet) is discarded in this word, and the external coincidence becomes complete.
10.Drunk as hell on New Year
45 years ago, the term "meme" was first proposed - it was introduced by Richard Dawkins in the book "The Selfish Gene". This is how the “memetics” theory appeared, which, as it developed, abandoned the original “gene-meme” analogy. But the memes themselves have not gone away, and thanks to the Internet they have developed into a whole subsection in folklore.
When we look at a funny picture, a lot of different associations pop up in our memory. We understand what this picture is about, and it contains not only what is depicted on it, but also what the person had in mind when he sent it to us - why is it funny or not funny. This meme contains not only visual information (what is shown in the picture), but also a certain emotional message (how we should react to this, what emotions the picture evokes). Therefore, a meme is something broader than just a visual image. A meme can be expressed in text form, in the form of verbal text, in the form of a visual, etc. A meme is an easy-to-distribute archived compressed information - a small unit that contains a lot of things and which is convenient for us to distribute. That is why memes often get viral properties, that is, they begin to actively spread throughout the community.
Memes make our communication easier, more economical, faster, which is very important for us in our fast moving life. Instead of writing a long text that somehow reveals your position about something happening between you or some kind of news agenda in general, you send a meme and you are quickly understood: what you wanted to say, which group you belong to. They may agree with you or not.
16.Return to ocean
18.Keep going on
20.Give all your money
23.I need answers
28.Then I came to work
29.It was solid
30.Time to repeat
34.Happy New Year
37.Stop wasting time
38.New Year 2022
41.Just a trailer
44.Come over here
46.Where is my sauce
50.Plans for this year