There’s no doubt that memes are funny. But what is it about them that makes us laugh? And why do some memes become more popular than others? To answer these questions, we first need to understand what a meme is. Memes are images, videos, or phrases that are copied and spread around the internet. 

They usually contain some sort of humor or irony and often reference pop culture. So what makes them so funny? There are a few reasons. First of all, memes are often relatable. We can all relate to the awkward situations and embarrassing moments that they depict. In this article we will go through Top 20 Memes of All times.

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Pepe the Frog

Pepe the Frog is a cartoon character created by artist Matt Furie in 2005. Pepe is a green frog with a humanoid body and a frog’s head. The character became associated with the alt-right, so much so that it was added to the Anti-Defamation League’s database of hate symbols.

Pepe has since been adopted as an internet meme, featuring in all manner of memes on social media sites such as Twitter, Reddit, and 4chan.

Dat Boi

Dat Boi is a frog that was created by the artist Matt Furie in 2006. The character has since become known as one of the funniest memes on the internet, with thousands of people sharing their own versions of him online.

The meme consists of an image of a cartoon frog riding a unicycle and wearing braces. There are many variations of this original image, but all share a similar theme: dat boi is riding his unicycle through town while wearing his signature red hat and blue shirt. The joke behind Dat Boi’s popularity lies in how absurdly ordinary it looks—although there isn’t anything particularly funny about seeing someone riding a bicycle down the street (unless it’s your friend who just got off work at Walmart), the fact that you don’t expect to see such things happening makes them all the more hilarious when they do happen!

Evil Kermit

You may know Kermit the Frog as a kind, altruistic character in Jim Henson’s classic film, The Muppets. In meme culture, however, Kermit has been transformed into Evil Kermit—a dark and angry version of his cheerful self.

The original version of Evil Kermit was created by John Kricfalusi (a Canadian animator who worked on The Ren & Stimpy Show) and first appeared on his website in 2004 as an image macro series where the frog is portrayed with an angry expression and harsh language. This was inspired by Kricfalusi’s frustration with Hollywood after he gave up his ownership rights over The Ren & Stimpy Show to Viacom when they purchased Spumco Studios in 1992.

From there, it didn’t take long for other internet users to adapt this original concept into other existing memes like “Keep Calm And Carry On“. Ingeniously taking advantage of its popularity among online communities such as Reddit or 4chan back then, people began using this avatar as a way to convey their own feelings towards certain topics through parody images that imitated real-life moments such as public speeches or company memos etcetera!


Harambe was a gorilla that was shot and killed at the Cincinnati Zoo after a four-year-old boy fell into his enclosure. The incident occurred on May 28, 2016, but it wasn’t until August of that year when Harambe became widely known thanks to a Facebook post by user Deja Lynn explaining what happened in detail.

The meme has become so popular because people are able to relate their own experiences with the situation. If you’ve ever felt like someone has treated you unfairly in life or been bullied for your beliefs then this meme is right up your alley!

Spongebob mocking meme

You’ve probably seen this one before. It’s a popular meme, and it involves Spongebob mocking another meme (or memes in general). The Spongebob mocking meme started because of the popularity of other memes throughout 2017, particularly Bad Luck Brian and Scumbag Steve.

The Spongebob mocking meme is often used to make fun of these memes or other memes in general; however, it can also just be used as a joke in itself—it’s all up to you!

Roll Safe

When you end a text message with “stay safe,” you’re probably not trying to be funny. But if you use this phrase, someone may just reply with a meme that has been used countless times in response to the original meme.

The meme is now used as a way of showing that it doesn’t matter what kind of advice or information is being given—the person receiving it will respond with sarcasm and mockery anyway. The Roll Safe meme first came out in 2016 on social media, but it has continued to gain popularity since then because people like using memes as an easy way to express their feelings without having any actual conversation about what they’re feeling or why they feel that way.

Arthur’s fist

Arthur’s fist is a meme that you can use to express frustration or anger. The meme is based on the character Arthur from the animated TV series Arthur (which first aired in 1996). In this episode, Arthur’s parents and friends are having an intervention for him because he has been acting out at school.

Arthur tells them that he needs therapy, and then gets angry with his father when he disagrees with him. He leaves and punches a tree limb so hard that it breaks off of the tree and falls onto his car windshield.

Distracted Boyfriend meme

The Distracted Boyfriend meme is a stock photo of a man looking at his phone while his girlfriend looks at him disapprovingly. This one took off in 2017 and has since spawned dozens of copycats, each with its own unique twist on the original theme. Some memes involve other couples, some use different types of technology (iPhones, PCs) and others feature completely different scenarios altogether.

The Distracted Boyfriend meme became so popular that it inspired an entire genre of memes based around similar themes: for example, there are now several variations where the woman is replaced by another person or animal—or even things like cats playing video games!

Pepe Silvia

Pepe Silvia is a frog character from the show Archer. He is based on Pepé Le Pew and his name is a parody of the phrase “Pepe le pew” which means “cat pee.” Pepe Silvia has been known to be chasing after a cat character named Cheryl Tunt. The meme of Pepe has been used in many different situations, it’s not only for talking about the show but also for referencing some other memes that were popular at the time as well like “I’m ready for my close up” or even just reminding people how much they love cats!

White guy blinking meme

The white guy blinking meme is a funny image of a white guy with his eyes closed and then opening them in rapid succession. It was first posted on Reddit and has since spread to other social media outlets like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

This meme is so popular because it’s really funny! The juxtaposition of the two pictures makes for an effective joke that can be understood by anyone who sees it. The picture of the man with his eyes closed conveys a sense of relaxation and calmness while the image where he has opened eyes shows him wide awake and alert. This humorous contrast makes us laugh every time we see it!

What In Tarnation?

What in tarnation is an expression used to express confusion. It’s a variation of the phrase, “What in the world?

It’s often used when someone is confused or surprised. For example: “What in tarnation? You can’t just come into this house without knocking!”

It can also be used as a way to express disapproval of something. For example: “I don’t know what’s wrong with that boy; I think he needs some discipline—what in tarnation!

What are those?

What are those? is a meme that is used to express confusion or shock at a particular situation. The phrase “What are those?” is often used to express confusion or shock at a particular situation.

Woman yelling at cat meme.

This meme is often used to express frustration, and it’s sometimes used as a joke. While this might seem like an absurd question to ask, it actually makes complete sense when you consider the context of the meme. The woman yelling at her cat is usually portrayed as being so frustrated that she can barely contain herself—and who wouldn’t be frustrated if their cat was constantly doing something that they didn’t want them to do? In other words, this meme can be used as a form of catharsis for many people who feel that they are being pushed too far by others or by their own circumstances in life. For example: “I just want my cat to stop clawing up my couch! Why does this happen every time we get a new one?” Or, “Why does my boss always expect me to work on weekends? I don’t care if he owns the company—he’s still wrong!

Kermit drinking tea meme.

The Kermit drinking tea meme is a photo of Kermit the Frog from Sesame Street, sitting at a table and sipping out of an empty cup. The image was first uploaded to Reddit in 2013 by user tommywalsh27, with the caption “When you’re watching someone drink something and then suddenly it’s gone.” In the years since, many variations have been created. This one shows Kermit holding up his hand like he’s holding onto a steering wheel while drinking his imaginary tea.

“Hide the pain” Harold meme.

The Harold meme is another example of how the Internet has helped us to laugh at our discomfort. In this image, a man is sitting in what seems to be a dentist’s office. He’s holding his mouth open as if he is about to receive dental work, but instead of receiving any kind of treatment, he’s staring at the camera with an expression that says: “Oh no.” The man appears to be in pain and it looks like he desperately wants out of his situation—but then again maybe he’s just hungry? Who knows! Either way, this image is hilarious because we all know what it feels like when something goes wrong and your pain needs an outlet or release—even if only temporary.

I don’t always meme. But when I do, I prefer Dos Equis memes. (Most interesting man in the world) Meme.

You’ve probably seen the Dos Equis meme, which features the character “The Most Interesting Man in the World.” The meme is a short video clip of him sipping his beer and telling odd facts about himself. For example, this is one of my favorite quotes from him:

“I don’t always drink beer, but when I do it’s not Bud Light Lime.”

The most interesting man in the world was originally played by Jonathan Goldsmith for nine years until 2014. Nowadays there are new actors who play him in each commercial spot for Dos Equis beer, which have become widely popular among millennials and Gen Zers (people born after 1998). The commercials have also been turned into a series of animated shorts on YouTube called “Cousin Gio,” where viewers get to see what he’s been up to since leaving us!

These are some of the most memorable memes of all time

Memes are a form of online humor. They often revolve around a single image and text, or just an image. They can be nothing more than one picture with some words on it, but they can also be quite creative and original.

A meme is usually based on something current or pop-culture related. For example: the word “meme” itself was originally coined by Richard Dawkins in his book The Selfish Gene (1976). However, the concept of memes was not widely discussed until 1990s when they became popular on internet forums like Reddit and 4chan (the birthplace of many memes).


The best memes of all time are those that are funny, relatable, and timeless. They capture a moment in time and make us laugh or think about it in a new way. Memes have the ability to go viral because they resonate with so many people. While there are many great memes out there, the ones that stand the test of time are the ones that are truly funny and original. Keep these things in mind when creating your own memes, and you’re sure to create some that will be loved by all.



Meet Saad, a part-time tech blogger with a passion for all things digital. With years of experience in the tech industry, Saad has honed his skills as a writer and communicator, offering unique insights and perspectives on the latest tech trends and innovations.


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