A local board member of the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA) has resigned after posting a meme that portrayed Joe Biden as a Chinese caricature.
Until this week, actor John Mitchell served on the elected board of the union in Philadelphia, which represents around 3,000 professionals.
Nobiko, widely known online as the meme Longcat, has died from natural causes at a pet hospital on Sunday.
Nobiko’s owner, Miko, made the heartbreaking announcement via Twitter, according to Know Your Meme.
A doting dad who simply wanted to preserve a sweet moment with his baby has won over Japanese social media after showing how it was actually a big regret.
Recently, a regret meme that goes by the hashtag #MissJapanContestCategory:HowBadAMistakeHaveYouMade (miss short for mistake) started making rounds on Japanese Twitter, having users share their best stories of hilarious humiliation.
The Internet has given birth to yet another meme trend: this time it involves a viral “rice wave” that’s been circulating on platforms including Twitter and Facebook.
There’s a new viral meme going around on the Twitterverse where people, animals, and even fictional characters seem to enjoy choking Uchiha Sasuke.
people lining up to choke sasuke pic.twitter.com/BTgDQr9LfH
Chinese families are embarking on a wholesome new internet trend that is making people miss their grandparents.
The meme, aptly dubbed “four generations under one roof,” requires four generations of members to appear on camera, from the youngest to the oldest.
Memes are hard. Not only are we struggling as a society to understand where these staples of internet irony source from, half the time we’re not sure what they mean in the first place.
Not to worry. NextShark has you covered today on a particularly viral meme — one that sources from anime fixations and kawaii energy. We’re referring, of course, to “uwu,” which is…an emoticon? A noise? Both?
The stock photo the internet has come to know as the “distracted boyfriend” meme for all possible purposes may have found its real-life version.
Trishna Pema, 16, visited Venice, Italy with her sister last month.
The tweet “My culture is NOT your goddamn prom dress,” which sparked the conversation on the “Qipao girl” controversy, has now become the subject of parodies online.
My culture is NOT your goddamn prom dress. https://t.co/vhkNOPevKD
A Volvo classic car owner recently went viral after swapping his car’s grating door chime for an 8-bit instrumental version of Toto’s 1982 hit “Africa”.
Among the memorable gems from the rock era of the ’80s, “Africa” recently re-emerged as the internet’s anthem. Hacking his equally iconic Volvo 240, Chris Ng modified the plug-in sound module located under the car’s dash to make the door chime play a simplified version of the song.
An artist in Malaysia is fuming after her comic strip suddenly popped up on Domino’s Pizza’s Facebook page in all its White glory.