17 Funny & Quirky Posts From The World Of Tumblr

Sometimes you can find some real gems on Tumblr if you look hard enough. Luckily, you’ve got us to mine for the good tidbits so you don’t have to endlessly scroll through the website. We’re not quite sure what exactly gives Tumblr its unique charm. It’s not quite a blog site or a social network. It sort of feels like long Twitter in a way—people posting random hot takes, amusing pics, and anecdotes, but with a bigger character limit. We’ve got lots of random and entertaining posts from Tumblr for your enjoyment.

23 Examples Of Infuriating Design

We can’t hate on people who happened to fall into a design gig without any prior experience, but there are some real asshole designers out there who seem to get off on making people’s lives just a little bit more irritating. Who the hell designs a bike rack that bicycles can’t fit into? Are you trying to make a statement? Are you stupid? Or are you just evil? We’ve got an aggravating selection of terribly designed spaces, graphics, and digital interfaces that are sure to make you roll your eyes.

The Dank Drop: 20 Of Our Favorite Dank Memes Of The Week (2-27 To 3-5)

TGIF, y’all. We’re back with your weekly dose of our favorite memes from the darkest corners of Reddit. This week was a tough one, as much of the popular memes this week centered around some seriously revealing photoshops of Big Hero Six’s Aunt Cass. We were able to include a couple of ’em, but between Cass and the Lola Bunny redesign, it seems like a lot of people need to go to horny jail ASAP. Not that we’re judging or anything.

Design Company Calls Out Amazon’s Blatant Plagiarism With A Clever Video

There are plenty of terrible things to be said about Amazon, but as of March 3rd, we can add “plagiarists” to their repertoire of negative qualities. It seems that Amazon ripped off Peak Design’s “Everyday Sling” bag by putting out a bag that looks nearly identical and is called…the “Everyday Sling.” This video, which has been trending on YouTube, tears the shady practices of Bezos’ brainchild apart using a little creativity and a lot of humor. We love to see it. 

Design Company Calls Out Amazon For Ripping Off Their Product

There are plenty of terrible things to be said about Amazon, but as of March 3rd, we can add “plagiarists” to their repertoire of negative qualities. It seems that Amazon ripped off Peak Design’s “Everyday Sling” bag by putting out a bag that looks nearly identical and is called…the “Everyday Sling.” This video, which has been trending on YouTube, tears the shady practices of Bezos’ brainchild apart using a little creativity and a lot of humor. We love to see it. 

27 Positive Memes Full Of Good Vibes

Not everything has to feel all doom and gloom all the time. When nothing seems to be going right, seeking a healthy dose of positivity can turn a crap day into an alright one—it certainly doesn’t hurt! We’ve got a nice batch of uplifting memes that get those good vibes churning. If you could use a good ‘aww’ or two, these are the memes for you.

25 Cringeworthy Posts People Thought Were Deep

Social media can be a good thing. Sites like Facebook and Instagram allow people to keep in touch with family and friends – a luxury that people are learning is incredibly important as the world copes with the Covid-19 pandemic. But there’s a darker (and untintentionally hilarious) side to being able to share images with your followers. We’re talking about the fact that people can hit the “share” button and share convoluted memes and posts that they seem to think are ultra deep. You know, “We live in a society” type sentiments. They often have to do with some very teenage feelings about loneliness and dating, and, even worse, the negative effects of the same technology they’re using to share their “deep thoughts.” The r/im14andthisisdeep subreddit is an impressive archive of these kinds of posts, a veritable hub of cringey thoughts that, frankly, we can’t help but eat up. We’ve put together some of their latest and greatest offerings, but you can enjoy some more of this content here if you end up craving more.

Spotlight On Our Favorite Femme Memelords

It’s the first week Women’s History Month and we’re celebrating meme-style by featuring some of our favorite femme memelords, starting with epic shitposter @the_biggest_mood_ever. If you’re not familiar, scrolling through TBME’s account feels like stepping into the psyche of a hilarious homie you never knew you had. The chaotic energy and spontaneity of her style of posting makes TBME an exciting follow—you never know if you’re going to see something crass, wholesome, relatable, or absurd pop up in your feed. We just know it’s a vibe, and that vibe is funny AF.

Not only are we including a bunch of her recent greatest hits, but we had the pleasure of asking TBME some questions about what it’s like to be be an Instagram memelord with over 78k followers. Be sure to check out @the_biggest_mood_ever and give her a follow for the full experience.

Memebase: Tell us a little about yourself! How did you first start getting into posting memes?
@the_biggest_mood_ever: I’m the CEO of the biggest mood ever. I came up with the idea in 2019 when I realized that my old gardening account was not active and at the same time I had too many shitposts on my phone with nowhere to post them. That’s how TBME was created. Easy.

What do you enjoy about shitposting?
Sharing the collective responsibility. The minute you see the images you become responsible for their existence!

What’s a meme that makes you laugh every time you see it?
Definitely ‘pass it to myself.’ (Included in the gallery)

What’s more interesting to you—cringe or based content?
I apply the principle of yin-yang to my cringe-based ratio.

You’ve got quite a lot of followers! What do you think attracts people to the memes you share?
I think that the memes that I share are easy to relate to, other than that I’m not really sure why people are following me. I love my followers though, they’re the best 🙂

What have you learned about the meme world over the course of @the_biggest_mood_ever’s existence?
It’s not all fun and jokes.

Do you feel like your account has a theme, or do you post intuitively? How much do you think your own personality is reflected in the content you share?
I post very spontaneously and in one way or another I relate to the memes I post almost every time.

What is the biggest mood ever?
The biggest mood ever is yet to come 🙂