50 Hilarious Memes For People To Relate To, As Shared By This Account With 4.1M Followers Interview With Author
Sometimes words betray us. With its infinite quirks, life can be so overwhelming it’s hard to describe how exactly we are feeling or what we are going through.
Luckily, the internet, which is powered by our beloved memes, is making sure that everything, even the most random situation, can have a meme and a joke that we can all relate to. And you don’t need to look far.
Welcome to “The Tinder Blog” Instagram page, a destination for, as the description says, funny and relatable memes. With 4.1M followers, the account stands strong in providing random entertainment combined with the infinite scrolling we all sometimes crave. Below we wrapped up the most hilarious examples for you to chuckle at!
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With so many pages dedicated to all kinds of different content that always find their audience, it isn’t easy to make your page successful on Instagram. But The Tinder Blog Instagram account sounds as strong as ever, amassing more than 4 million people for their daily fix of fun and lighthearted entertainment.
So to find out more about “The Tinder Blog, we reached out to its creator who started it as a joke in business school. Turns out its origins date back to 9 years ago, in 2014, which was the time “far before there were influencers, or people making money on Instagram,” according to its creator.
“I was getting my MBA at USC and I was bored in class and wanted to do something creative. I always felt that I was somewhat funny and wanted to create a page to express it,” the creator told Bored Panda. “It was just a hobby to entertain people,” they added.
When asked how they select the content that gets shared on the page, the creator who still runs the account explained that it is based on years of trial and error. “I feel as though I know the audience well and what they like/react to. I do not believe in posting anything controversial, regardless of my personal beliefs.”
*squinting* why is the weighted blanket falling onto the floor already it's 3 AM
Most importantly, the author of The Tinder Blog sees the page as an escape from what is going on in the world which provides a safe place to make people laugh. When it comes to the audience of “The Tinder Blog,” 85% are from North America and most are female, the creator said.
The creator argues that the quality of content makes The Tinder Blog stand out from social media and keep their followers entertained. “I am very fortunate to have met many creators and stand-up comedians who submit their hilarious content. I truly enjoy developing a relationship and watching them grow as well. Some have become lifelong friends, such as @Ninamariedaniele.”
But The Tinder Blog is far from the only page its creator has. “Currently, I have 12 pages, with this one being the largest one. I have created quite a few others, but I have been leaning into feel-good content and have created @Delightful_animals and @Dailyhappystories. With so much negativity in the world, it's got to be able to share positivity.”
The creator feels truly lucky to be in the position they are in: “and do not take it for granted nor do I abuse it. I love supporting charities/nonprofits, so if there are any nonprofits that do need exposure, please reach out and anyone suffering from depression/mental health, please reach out.” The person behind The Tinder Blog said that they read all messages and have coached a few people who are going through a hard time.
Me too, but just to make it more fun, I do it by simply slowing down, not hitting the break. Less aggressive but just as irritating, and in today's America, no need to p**s someone off, they may have a gun.
I just up voted a brilliant comment on BP then discovered it was mine
Ennui? That is literally ennui you are describing.
"I flew my bestie in for her birthday and talked my husband into holding up this sign."
God Pete Davidson is an a**hole, but at least he targets the right people.
I hear you.... but 5 per week, by your math, would equal over $12,500. Yeah... once per week is better :D
Me on Saturday afternoon, Sunday afternoon comes, I’ll do it next weekend-repeat last weekend
Look's like someone's going the full Barney Gumble!
Note: this post originally had 104 images. It’s been shortened to the top 50 images based on user votes.
As someone who has seen what alcohol can do to a life, I don't find "haha I'm wasted" ones as funny as everyone seems to.
Not to cause any offense, because if you have seen alcohol is detrimental to you and have adjusted accordingly, that's great. However, it's not what alcohol can do to a life, it's what it did to yours. Plenty of people like to get a little buzzed or let loose and there isn't anything wrong with it. Not to mention that there weren't that many alcohol posts to begin with, so it was a reach anyway.
I grew up in a culture-generational environment (is that a thing?) that found alcohol jokes hilarious. My dad would tell stories of his friends (and himself) who got wasted and did this and that funny thing. My grandparents' generation would joke about funny things people said when they were drunk. All family gatherings had to include alcohol and adults who would drink more than was good for them were lovingly roasted, but never shamed. All that did was normalize and glamorize heavy drinking for me. I'm 45 and I still drink a lot - but oh boy how me and my friends would drink when we were younger! All those jokes have consequences. They are funny once, maybe, but when you hear people making such jokes for years and years as you grow up, you begin to think heavy drinking is hilarious and getting wasted is funny. It blurs your vision, really does. So I agree with VonBlade - those jokes are not that innocent.
As an adult, I wish I'd know how much harder it was going to be to buy/get/find drugs. Enjoy your youth connections.
I live in Oregon and I had this thought recently… and then remembered I can just go to the pot store now!
I live within a 3 km radius of about 4 cannabis shops, but it's wasted on me because I don't like it.
Colorado. I just drive down the street. Brownies are delish.
I hear ya. Move to Canada, Kate! I get mine through the mail now ;-)
You can get cocaine at the mall? I need to book a flight, lol. Sorry I was talking more substantial drugs. I've never actually done major drugs in my life. I've smoked pot and it literally does nothing. I accidentally ate 4 pot brownies once and it didn't do anything. A few years ago I thought I'd try again and went to a pot shop and got 2 packs of gummies and some pot. I ate one whole package of gummies then realized I was only supposed to eat one or two. Total waste. Just...nothing. No change, no relaxation, no pain relief. 160 bucks worth of marijuana products and I felt nothing different ... I don't know why. I've always wanted to try cocaine. I think i just need a boost. I should probably just get legit meds from a doctor to try and get my energy up but from everything I've heard, cocaine would be the drug for me. I need an energy boost and if one more person tells me to exercise or have green tea I'm going to shoot them.
I, too, have spent way too much money on edibles that do nothing to me. It is Very frustrating, though I'm lucky enough to be able to smoke - and I find it helps my depression, anxiety, and a sleep disorder. I've been through a long list of drugs in my quest to "feel better." Long story short, I took a gene sight test through my mental health provider and found out that I metabolize a lot of medications differently (for example... Most antidepressants make me extremely psychotic/suicidal). I figure that's why edibles aren't effective for me, and why smoking wakes me up. Idk if that helps at all, but maybe something to keep in mind if you have consistent bad results with medication. Regarding cocaine...I understand it's appeal. I've been there and done that and it was great in the moment, but totally not worth all of the negative that came with it. I really don't recommend it (especially if you are looking for pain relief and relaxation in addition to the energy boost- you will feel lik
E complete sh!t the moment it leaves your system and for at least a day after). I recommend looking into micro dosing. It can be done with lsd or mushrooms and it was a game changer for me.
I wouldn't even know where to get the stuff for microdosing but I have heard that it's great for some people. I worry about doing any kind of lsd product most out of fear of getting sick. I'm someone who only want to do things that made me happier. I will never understand heroin. Short of just wanting oblivion, I've never been a fan of wanting to be completely down or immobile. I think that's why the idea of coke appeals to me because it gives you energy and focus, even logically knowing what it will do to you afterward. I would probably never do it but I wish there was a legit drug I could do (although prescription drugs are sometimes even worse).
I'd like to try a lot of things but I just have this aversion to going to a doctor about my mental health. I don't know why. But I haven't even been to a regular doctor in over 10 years. I'd like to get some energy and I'm just so tired of being told to 'exercise'. That's just not working for me. I just end up more tired and even trying to exercise sometimes is a struggle. I thought pot would help to mellow me out- I'm high strung and anxious all the time. It didn't do anything. So now I would just be happy if I could get a boost of energy so that I *could* exercise. I don't know if I need anti-depressants or what but I feel like I can't focus on anything anymore. Or I end up hyper focused on one thing. I shouldn't be looking for advice on bored panda I just need to go to a doctor. I just like to hear from people who maybe feel the same way. If I was younger, I could easily find someone to try different drugs. Now...it's a doctor or nothing, lol.
It sounds like you are in a rough spot. I'm really sorry you are going through this. I understand the aversion to going to a doctor, but still wanting to feel better. Maybe you could look into some options that don't require a physical visit/appointment? I am currently seeing my therapist via telehealth (video calls) from my phone or computer. I thought I wouldn't like it, but I think it actually helps me open up without feeling as vulnerable. I think there are apps that link you up to drs in this manner, though I'm not sure how they work. There are also mental health apps that link you to peers for support. Maybe starting out with one of these would help?