“Girls these days vs Me when I was 2”
“I carried chalk in my car for 10 months JUST so I could do this once. Yesterday was the day.”
Low self-esteem isn’t just a “people” issue.
“Me when I have a bad day.”
Such photos are especially comforting after you sneak off to the fridge in the middle of the night:
“My mom sent a selfie and my dad replied with this photo.”
The authors of some comments on the internet deserve a “King of Sarcasm” award.
Grandmothers always know what dangers are coming.
One of these guys is lying:
Sarcasm and dark humor are good friends.
This is what it means to be a good friend:
Any bad habit can be turned into a popular hobby.
“My mother is so sarcastic!”
“I’ve hit 2 deer in a month while commuting to work and my boss thought it would be funny to put this on my back up camera in the rental car I’m driving.”
This should be considered a superpower:
“No Twitter drama will ever compare to my own father subtweeting me into the ground.”
Only your grandmother knows how to cheer you up and motivate you at the same time.
When you can’t stand it any longer:
When you are tired of the impossible requirements:
“A friend who works in a local museum posted this.”
When the server tries to take my plate but I still have one French fry left:
When your entire life is a quest:
An elegant way to intimidate your enemies
Best fish company ever
“Friend is moving away for a new job.”
“The HOA in my friend’s neighborhood recently threatened her neighbors with a fine if they didn’t hide their trash cans, even though they’ve been in the same spot for over a decade. This is their solution.”