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It’s been a bad year for some, which means it’s been an absolutely fantastic year for memes.
From Salt Bae to the countless memes mocking President Trump and his first year in office, this has truly been a magical year for coping with sadness and madness using increasingly weird comedy online.
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For some these may be downright confusing, but for every ridiculous thing that happened this year, a meme was close behind helping somebody get by.
In chronological order, here are the memes that will forever define 2017:
1. Salt Bae
The ‘X-Trail 4Dogs‘ is a concept car in dogs in mind. It has many features to keep your dog happy, like a non-spill water dispenser and smart dog treat bowl. It even has a shower and two-way camera with audio. Read more…
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Ever wondered what Luke Skywalker was up to between Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens? Well, Mark Hamill and noted Star Wars superfan Stephen Colbert have the answer: He was trying to get into a bar.
A really delightful sketch from Friday’s Late Show features Hamill as a middle-aged Luke and Colbert as a condescending Cantina maître d’. Unfortunately, Luke’s galaxy-saving reputation has not preceded him to the bar, and he can’t convince Colbert to let him in.
Dad jokes — including several about the franchise’s absolutely bonkers names for characters — ensue. And the whole thing culminates in Colbert singing the Cantina band song, which is just lovely. Powers that be, please cast him in a future movie. Read more…
Children were 40 percent less empathetic than they were thirty years ago because of social media and technology, US-based educational psychologist and author Dr. Michele Borba said on Saturday.
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