Internet Meme


The savvy nerd looks at the above photo and says, “Huh. That’s a nice picture of director Steven Spielberg from the set of Jurassic Park.” But today on Facebook Spielberg’s the most hated man in America for his alleged killing of a dinosaur and then posing next to the corpse like a big game hunter showing off his latest trophy. Apparently, there are many people in society that are both a) unaware that dinosaurs are extinct, and b) that a man named Steven Spielberg once made a movie called “Jurassic Park” that used puppet dinosaurs in a fictional tale about the creatures being brought back to life through non-existent cloning technology on an island that was completely made up. (more…)


When it comes to DC superheroes, Batman is the best (sorry, just don’t like Superman) and in the wonderful world of internet, we have seen the Dark Knight go up against many enemies, such as a shark and Darth Vader.

The always funny folks over at CollegeHumor created a bunch of comic book covers that features Batman squaring off with many internet beings and memes, such as trolls and the courage wolf.

So click the jump button to check out more of these awesome comic book book covers and start wondering how Batman would beat these worthy internet foes.

Via CollegeHumor



What ya see above is what if the internet named the Donnie Darko movie and you know what, it works since I have many friends who still has no idea what the movie is about (though, it took me twice). The fine folks over at CollegeHumor has come up and renamed nine movies with titles that pretty much explains the movie. From movies from the late 90’s to some recent films, check after the jump to see if you understand these internet titles of some known flicks.

Source: CollegeHumor


Thanks Internet, We Now Have A DBZ/Soulja Boy Meme


Last week, I had the “awesome honor” to post Soulja Boy’s rap song, Anime and I’m still dying in the inside because of it. This being the internet, we get an internet meme out of this guy’s rapping ability. I don’t know if it’s because “WE GOTTA POWER” is being played as the background music or it’s the stupidity of the audio clips, I’m actually liking it. It’s no “OVER 9000” or the “Balls are Inert,” but I can see it catch on and I’m not just sayin’ that, I’m “Super Saiyan” that (see what I did there…lame, I know).

Source: BuzzFeed