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New compilation of top 100 funny memes and tweets in 2022 to boost your mood

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A good laugh has great short-term effects. When you start laughing, the result is not only mentally, but there are also physical changes in the body. Here's what makes you laugh:


Stimulates body organs. Laughter improves oxygen-rich air intake, stimulates your heart, lungs and muscles, and increases the amount of endorphins released by your brain.


Calms the tension. Laughter can also stimulate the circulation and help to relax the muscles, both of which can help reduce some of the physical symptoms of stress.


Tension is the second word for 2022. A year full of tension and sad news. Try to smile at least once a day for your mental health and not only. We collected some memes so you can relax for some minutes today.


1.Russian army


2.Ukrainian farmers


3.English

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Humor can be learned. In fact, developing or perfecting your sense of humor can be easier than you think. Keep funny movies, books, magazines, or comedy videos handy when you need more humor. Look on the internet for joke sites. Write down some jokes that you can share with your friends.


Laugh and people will laugh at you. Find a way to laugh at your own life situations - stress will be lessened. Even if he feels forced at first, he laughs. It will do your body good.


It is wise not to laugh at the expense of others. Some forms of humor are not appropriate. Use your best judgment to distinguish a good joke from a less inspired one.


Let's try an experiment right now. Try to remember as many people in your environment as possible who love to laugh. Remember? Now think about whether they suffer from any diseases? Do you often hear complaints about their health from them?


Of course, it is unlikely that all the people who come to your mind are the owners of good health, because a lot of people still lead an unhealthy lifestyle, which leads to various kinds of sores. However, science today quite often claims that laughter is an excellent tool on the path to longevity. Is it true that laughter prolongs life? Let's understand this issue and approach it from a scientific point of view.

It would seem a rather strange question, the answer to which comes immediately: it is a reaction to something funny, cheerful; it is a manifestation of our joy. But what if we approach this issue from the prism of physiology? Then things get a little more complicated...


The history of laughter goes back to between 2 and 4 million years ago, when apes had a penchant for playful laughter during their transitory security. They did this, of course, not as skillfully and exquisitely as we now know how to do it, but it was this form of expression of a social role that became a kind of progenitor of modern humor, say biologists from Binghamton University . What is no less remarkable, about 2 million years ago, our ancestors were able to transform natural laughter into intentional, thereby giving it important social significance, for example, showing embarrassment, composing ridicule, relieving tension, etc.


4.Good bodyguard


5.Alaska


6.Dirty cups


Why did our grandparents laugh during hard days? As a rule, these were some kind of absurdities, accidental falls, when the members of the collective, when walking, switched from four limbs to two, etc. Thus, kindred within the same social group were amused by everything that put them in a stupid position, or, in other words, when the expected result did not coincide with the actual one. In principle, even now we can say that we quite often laugh at this situation of another person, and clowns in the circus, showing absurdities, deliberately falling and grimacing, still cause a flurry of joyful emotions not only in young children, but sometimes also in adults.


A person is always looking for the secrets of longevity, trying to solve many problems to find the truth, to find answers to riddles that have not been solved by past generations, and, of course, as a rule, these efforts are realized through science. What does she say on the way to discovering a new and very unpretentious way to prolong life - just laugh?


People usually say: "Laughter is a brother to strength." Indeed, based on the described studies and scientific work, we can conclude that laughter really prolongs life. There is also a saying among the people that 15 minutes of laughter prolongs life by 5 minutes ... Unfortunately, such accurate research results have not yet been achieved, but in any case, the fact is obvious: laughter has a positive effect on our health. And in general, considering it as a means of rapprochement, rallying with other people, laughter achieves its main social function - it allows a person to feel like a person, to belong to a group of creatures like himself.


A meme is not just a joke on the Internet, but a sociocultural phenomenon, a sign and a symbol that modern people use to communicate.


The invasion of the human brain by culture in the form of memes created the human mind, the only mind in the animal kingdom capable of comprehending distant objects and the future and formulating alternative goals. The prospects for developing a rigorous science of memetics are uncertain, but the concept itself provides a comfortable position from which to explore the complex relationship between cultural and genetic heritage. In particular, it is the fact that our minds are shaped by memes that gives us autonomy to overcome the power of selfish genes. Memes are the best when it comes to laughing. Today all the people laugh at memes. In 2022 we really need to laugh, due to the stress and tension in the world, try keeping your inner balance and smile at least five times a day.


7.Rooster


8.Superhero


9.Password


10.Bro


11.Full


12.Netflix


13.Friends


14.United option


15.Truth


16.Coopers


17.Seems like this


18.Screaming


19.The end


20.Funny question


21.When lambo?


22.Old songs


23.Divine


24.Sins


25.Pretending to sleep


26.Covid


27.Family stuff


28.Billionaires


29.Math teacher


30.Work event


31.Work can be different


32.Work time


33.Linda Barker


34.Capital


35.The dip


36.Wordle


37.Screaming


38.Cat vs dog


39.Hard years


40.Same year


41.Still alive?


42.War


43.Worse days


44.Workplace


45.Big boy


46.No TikTok


47.Stocks


48.Devil


49.Real


50.Spoon


51.Optimistic


52.Hmm


53.First time?


54.Best day


55.Grandad


56.Differences


57.Banana


58.Putin


59.Problemo


60.Surrender


61.Serotonin


62.Socks


63.Cool


64.Bad boys


65.Media


66.Free Ukraine


67.Thanks


68.WW3


69.Therapist


70.God plans


71.Signs


72.Unfunny


73.Small videos


74.Herpes


75.Girls


76.John Deer


77.Brian


78.Good


79.Reality


80.Damn high


81.Black plague


82.Perfect


83.Cow


84.Shit happens


85.NATO


86.Memes


87.Old memes


88.Farming simulator


89.Keep calm Russia


90.MCU


91.Comment section


92.Let me in


93.Toddlers


94.Hacks


95.Uber


96.Mirrors


97.Slaps done


98.Do it with love


99.Farm


100.Students



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50-funny-memes-in-march-to-mark-the-begining-of-spring-with-humour

In 2022, the fear of coronavirus was replaced by the fear of war and, more recently, of nuclear war.


The fear in the name of which websites, televisions are closed and the exclusion of personalities from public life is demanded and only, because they ask questions, because they want to understand what is happening.


Like the Fear of Coronavirus, the Fear of War is about to create a new history in 2022. And memes certainly prove this.


Experts and studies show that laughter is good for our health, but it also has bad effects on us. A good sense of humor cannot cure all ailments, but there are data on the positive things that laughter can bring. And in 2022 we need to laugh.



1.Sad moment


2.Me in the pub


3.Good plan


Humor is observed in all cultures and at all ages, but it is only in the last decades that experimental psychology has labeled it as an essential human behavior, fundamental for the best possible mental health.


Along with gratitude, hope, and spirituality, a sense of humor belongs to the set of strengths that help us establish connections with the world and give meaning to life. Appreciating and practicing humor correlates with other strengths, such as the wisdom and curiosity to learn, and fun activities result in improved mood and optimism.


Understanding and creating humor requires a succession of mental operations. Cognitive psychology talks about humor in three stages; that is, in order to understand a joke, you must be able to mentally represent the configuration of the joke, detect an inconsistency in its multiple interpretations, and resolve the inconsistency by inhibiting literal, non-funny interpretations and appreciating the funny meaning.


The knowledge that each of us has is organized in mental memory structures called schemas. When we see or think about something, the relevant scheme is activated, so our body of knowledge on this particular topic immediately comes to mind.


One study found that people who use humor in positive ways also have positive perspectives on the past, and those who use humor against them have negative perspectives on the past. This type of study helps to understand how we think and interpret social interactions. Such research also suggests that attempts to use humor in a positive way can improve the emotional tone of the details in our thoughts and therefore our moods. Clinical psychologists use humor as a treatment to enhance the subjective well-being of patients, for example.


Studying humor allows scientists to investigate the theoretical processes involved in memory, reasoning, temporal perspective, wisdom, intuition, and subjective well-being. For example, another study of young adults found that those who valued and sought out humor and those around them tended to focus on the positive aspects of their present life, as well as on the positive events of their past and future.


4.Expensive


5.Horsemen


6.Tractor


7.Something great


While it is likely that people will not always agree on what is funny and what is not, there is more consensus than ever among psychologists that humor is relevant to the science of behavior and that having humor and looking for the side Life's fun helps you to have better mental health.


It is said that laughter is the best medicine and this is not far from the truth. Scientific evidence shows that laughter strengthens the immune system, improves mood, reduces pain and protects against the harmful effects of stress. The ability to laugh frequently and easily is a great resource for overcoming problems, improving relationships with others, and supporting physical and emotional health. In addition, laughter burns calories. It is not a substitute for going to the gym, but a study found that a person who laughs 10-15 minutes a day can burn about 40 calories.


Memes are a whole trend that visually conveys this or that thought, packed in humor, satire, irony or sarcasm. Memes are a kind of art that combines a good visual frame, a picture, a series of pictures, a short video or GIF with a caption. A meme (a combination of a picture and an inscription) is designed to enhance the effect of the meaning conveyed by the words attached to the image.

And the most durable are the most successful. Some memes, still frames from films, where the characters have interesting or unusual expressions of facial expressions, live for several years already and do not slow down their popularity, but have already become classics of their genre.


Tommy Lee Jones, Nicolas Cage, Jackie Chan, Leonardo DiCaprio are some examples of prototypes of famous memes.


In 2022 memes are mostly about the stupidity of Putin, the war in Ukraine, the Russian people being blind in front of this war. It seems that this is not the right time to joke, but people can not live without a smile on their face, especially when there are maybe only some days to live on this planet due to nuclear war threatens. No matter what will be tommorow, people need to stay positive and think about a better future. There is always hope and place for a better tommorow. 


8.Retarded


9.You are here


10.Doing great


11.Okay


12.Payment


13.Anti-tank


14.Wat?


15.Last night


16.Is it here?


17.Doing my part


18.Passwords


19.Failed test


20.Happiness


21.I am 21


22.My Pc


23.PNG


24.Exam tommorow


25.Netflix be like


26.Harry Putin


27.Allowed


28.Perfect watch


29.Lost happiness


30.Seems about right


31.Reality


32.Now it seems the perfect meme


33.Ukrainians and memes


34.More table


35.Russia


36.Morning alarm


37.Steam


38.Send them


39.Wake up


40.So crazy


41.Gypsies


42.Purest love


43.Dumb man


44.Boss


45.Devil?


46.People who know


47.Turtles


48.Same thing


49.Different


50.Pasta be like




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top-50-funniest-memes-of-summer-2022

Summer is probably the season that many of us look forward to the most. Of course, an important reason is that we associate it with the holiday and vacation period. Other arguments relate to the richness of delicious fruits or extended evenings in the garden, where we enjoy the wonderful smell of seasonal flowers. Whatever your reasons for loving summer, here are some funny memes from this summer!

 

Funniest summer 2022 memes

 

1. The Best thing

 

The squirrel, a species with the scientific name Sciurus, is an animal from the Sciuridae family, of which partridges and marmots are part. About 30 species of squirrels are known worldwide; the red squirrel is found most often in our country. The squirrel has a head-to-body length of 19-23 cm, a tail of 15-20 cm, and a weight of 250-340 g. Males and females are the exact sizes. The red squirrel is smaller than the gray squirrel, which has a head-to-body length of 25-30 cm and weighs between 400 and 800 grams. The long tail helps the squirrel balance and turn when it jumps from tree to tree, runs along the branches, and keeps them warm during sleep.

 

2. Forest ranger

 

3. Melting gold

 

4. It Makes sense

 

In the early years of Egyptian history, the bodies of pharaohs passed into the afterlife were kept in pyramids, massive stone structures built on the edge of the desert near the Nile. The pyramids were both royal tombs and religious temples, where the spirit - of "ka" - of the dead pharaoh would be worshiped.

 

The pyramids at Giza, on the west bank of the Nile, south of Cairo, were built of huge blocks of limestone and granite, each block weighing more than two tons. It is still a mystery how these giant stones were erected in the construction of the pyramids, especially since at that time, 4000 years ago, there were no machines and engineering methods to transport such weights. It is said that human force contributed the most to these incredible constructions. But there are many more mysteries that revolve around the pyramids of Giza.

 

Of all these, the Pyramid of Cheops, also called the Great Pyramid, aroused the most interest among historians, mathematicians, and archaeologists.

 

One of the seven wonders of the ancient world, the only one still standing, the Great Pyramid was built between 2700 and 2500 BC. For 43 centuries, until 1889, when the Eiffel Tower was built in Paris, it had to be the tallest building in the world, measuring 139 meters in height.

 

5. Electrical cords

 

6. HOA

 

7. You good?

 

8. Red pandas

 

The red panda is a small mammal with a long, fluffy tail and red and white marks on its fur. Although its name reminds us of the panda bear, these species are not closely related. The word "panda" was first given to these animals, not the larger black and white bear. The red panda is similar in size to the regular house cat. They are 51 to 66 centimeters long from head to toe, and their tail adds another 25.4 to 51 cm. They weigh from 4.5 to 9 kilograms.

 

Red pandas have large round heads and short snouts with large, sharp ears. Their fur is reddish-brown, although their faces are mostly white, with reddish "tears" extending from the eyes to the corner of the mouth. These markings can help protect from sunlight. They have long, bushy tails with alternating red and white rings. The bottom helps them maintain balance as they climb trees. The long, sharp claws help them climb the highest branches to stay in the sun or eliminate predators.

 

9. Intelligent life

 

10. Trees

 

11. Farming us

 

12. Australian animals

 

Due to its unique climatic and geological conditions, Australia is known for its distinctive creatures. Although kangaroos, spiders, and poisonous snakes are common animals that come to mind when considering Australian wildlife, many other animals are native to the country. Here are ten different animals that can be found in Australia.

 

Australia is home to almost 10% of the Earth's biodiversity, making it one of the 17 countries with vibrant flora and fauna. About 80% of the animal species found in Australia are endemic and not found anywhere in the world.

 

The continent's marine life is as diverse as its terrestrial life - off the north-east coast of Australia is the largest coral reef (covering an area of ​​over 344 thousand square kilometers), as well as a variety of vast species of mangroves and algae. These habitats are home to various iconic fish and marine life, such as dugongs and sea turtles.

 

However, climate change, habitat fragmentation for the development of Agriculture, and invasive species put the animal in a position of threat. Local conservation organizations, the community, and indigenous peoples are directing all efforts to develop and implement single-continent wildlife conservation strategies.

 

13. Using sound

 

14. The skull vs. the animal

 

15. Chemistry

 

Chemistry is one of the sciences that profoundly impact our lives; the objects we use are made with the help of knowledge about their chemical composition. We must also add that this science can be used to understand and study much of the matter in the universe to which we have access because it is made up of atoms.

 

Chemistry studies matter, defined as anything that has mass and occupies space, as well as the changes it can undergo when subjected to different environments and conditions. Chemists try to understand the properties of matter, such as the mass or composition of a chemical element and how and why matter undergoes specific changes.

 

At the base of much matter is atoms, the smallest chemistry analysis unit. There are much smaller particles, but they are the object of study in some frontier fields or even of other sciences altogether.

 

16. Front door open

 

17. Worst plot

 

18. Sandals

 

19. Tomato is the fruit

 

20. Fusion restaurant

 

21. Ugly guys

 

22. About sharks

 

23. A door

 

24. So hot

 

25. Roses are red

 

26. Bear spray

 

27. as kid

 

28. Experience

 

29. Pringles

 

30. Sad conclusion

 

31. That’s a system

 

32. Gardening

 

33. Did you know?

 

34. FBI

 

35. Fear animals

 

36. Germs

 

37. Smallest carnivore

 

38. Not an expert

 

39. Hottest summer

 

40. Robots

 

41. They are shells

 

42. Wave back

 

43. Cool info

 

44. History channel

 

45. What’s wrong?

 

46. About existence

 

47. The earth vibes

 

48. Scariest thing

 

49. Mature enough

 

50. Mind readers

 

 

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50-most-trending-and-upvoted-funny-memes-on-reddit-february-2022

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

 

2.One year

Meme of January 2021 : PewdiepieSubmissions

 

3.No more hangover

Home - Hall Of Quotes | Your daily source of best quotes | Funny new year,  Happy new year meme, Funny new years memes

 

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

 

11.Wordle


12.Starting 2022


13.Homework


14.2020 too


15.Your 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


17.Soylent Green


18.Keep going on


19.GYM


20.Give all your money


21.Please God


22.Bad pronunciation


23.I need answers


24.Meanwhile 2022


25.The end


26.Finally


27.Chilling


28.Then I came to work


29.It was solid


30.Time to repeat


31.Coke tastes


32.Broken


33.Good morning


34.Happy New Year


35.Mainstream


36.LOL


37.Stop wasting time


38.New Year 2022


39.So funny 


40.God willing


41.Just a trailer


42.Positive cat


43.Panik


44.Come over here


45.New you


46.Where is my sauce


47.All scared?


48.Eastern Europe


49.Just kidding


50.Plans for this year



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Bemorepanda will introduce you to a new mini collection of memes from the Reddit community. Today he shares the top memes on the subbredit r / wallstreetbets /. It seems to be a high activity that deals with the sharpest increases and decreases of the market. People also make memes on this topic, now let's see what are the jokes made by users in this community.


1.It’s starting bois


2.Thanks


3.That can’t be right


4.Convince


5.Buying BB


6.Everyday


7.Short attacks


8.Pls fly away


9.Shorts


10.Portofolio


11.Market crush


12.Making money


13.Coming to get you


14.DFV


15.I posted a "Dino nugget" on ebay and got an offer for $140. I'm going to yolo it all on a memestock



16.Vengeance


17.See what happend


18.Pluses


19.My turn now


20.Robby Retail



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russian-mobile-operator-mts-asks-its-users-to-refrain-from-sending-coronavirus-memes

Users should refuse to send memes to each other in order for the communication to work properly. Network bandwidth is limited, and in the face of the widespread transition to remote work, the load on them has increased.


MTS, (Mobile TeleSystems) is a mobile network operator in Russia, Armenia and Belarus with over 86,7 million subscribers. As of 2019, MTS had the largest market share of 31% in Russia.



It’s President, Alexei Kornia addressed an open letter to the company's customers, in which he warned about the increased load on the network in the conditions of remote work. He asked users to refrain from sending fun, but voluminous content.

Mr Kornia asked its users to be responsible for consuming content on the network. “This does not mean that you need to refuse to watch movies online or participate in video conferencing as part of remote work. I’m talking about that in the current situation, you can refrain, for example, from sending funny, but heavy videos in messengers to dozens of your contacts. When the number of such videos grows, this creates an optional, but significant burden on the infrastructure of operators, ”he explained.


Kornia recalled that some Internet companies have already come came to the conclusion to automatically reduce the quality of the transmitted video, removing 4K and Full HD quality from the settings. Network bandwidth is a physically limited resource, despite all the efforts of operators to maintain high-quality communication. “Memes and a good mood are important, but now you need to approach responsibly!” He concluded.


As of today, there are 588,083 confirmed cases with coronavirus and over 27,715 deaths. Out of those people who are infected, 95% or 406,594 are in mild condition while 5% (22,807) are in serious or critical condition. In order to reduce the stress of the complete lockdown, there are reports that many users send memes in large volumes to friends in order to boost the mood.


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