Relive the best memes of 2022

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Presidential photo operation, TV programs, Sports events, Award badges… If something strange happens, it will most likely be over before long. It is possible that the delivery of memes will change in the near future, as Twitter, the favorite birthplace of memes Daily change Under the new ownership of Elon Musk. But you can’t keep a good meme down. TikTok, Facebook, Instagram, and other sites will surely pick up the slack if Twitter picks up on memes. (CNET’s Mark Searles admits this: He just It doesn’t understand the way young people use memes.)

Here’s a look at some of the best and funniest news-related memes of 2022.

Will Smith slaps Chris Rock

The Academy Awards went off the rails in March when Will Smith took the stage Chris Rock slapped the comedian, who made a joke about Smith’s wife, Jada Pinkett Smith. Of course, the photo of the slap was hilarious, and viewers made mean jokes about the lack of response from Oscar security and how completely bizarre the event was.

Crack writer Dave Itzkoff said, “I hope everyone enjoyed the last Oscars.”

Tom Brady has retired

NFL quarterback Tom Brady RetiredThen not retired in 2022. He has always been a favorite subject of memes (Puffy coat foreverAnd his return to football only added to his meme legacy. Even other teams were involved in issues. The New York Jets responded to their tweet on Feb. 1, when they wrote, “(Brady’s retirement) better be real,” and updated it with “Don’t guess.”

Fake Ghost Halloween Costumes

In October, Halloween costume ideas are everywhere. This year, masters were obtained Image of Ghost Halloween Costume Pack And edited it in all kinds of funny ways. I wish some of these were actually real. One person created the “scariest costume ever” with a 30-minute phone call.

Liz Terrace and Lettuce

It’s not often that a British political meme crosses the pond to the US, but when former British Prime Minister Liz Truss took office just 44 days before resigning, even the Yanks took notice. English newspaper Daily Star 1 Live food of a head of lettuce To see if lettuce can outgrow the terrace chair. Spoiler: Lettuce wins. The memes were very fresh.

One American wrote: “As a Yank, my thoughts are twofold.” “1. Solidarity with my friends across the pond in this time of tumultuous change. 2. lol. lmao.”

“Child of Corn”

In August, a child named Tariq gave a gift An enthusiastic interview about his love of corn, and the memes started to spread. Why? Because “It’s corn! A big lump with knobs.” Even Kevin Bacon couldn’t sing about it.

It’s me, Taylor Swift

In October, Taylor Swift released Anti-Hero, the lead single from her new album, Midnights. The self-deprecating line especially resonated with listeners. Swift sings, “It’s me, hello, it’s my problem, it’s me.” Somehow, those lyrics fit perfectly on photos and videos from different situations. One wrote about new struggling Denver Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson: “Russell Wilson’s new tagline should be, ‘It’s me, hello.’ I’m the problem, that’s me.”

World Cup memes

This year’s World Cup was very controversial due to its location in Qatar. Some memes were very game or athlete specific. But some of the funniest came from the quarter-final match between England and France (France won). One photo showed soldiers in Napoleonic uniform preparing for battle.

Marie Callender’s torch pie

Last Thanksgiving, a woman named Sharon Weiss burned a pumpkin pie. It would remain a private little moron, except Weiss would angrily post about it on Marie Callendar’s Facebook page and blame the company. Turns out it was user error — Weiss told me that his stove accidentally switched from Fahrenheit to Celsius, meaning he was basically setting the pie on fire. He updated me this year too. His grandson does the pie baking.

Weiss’s burnt leg took place in 2021, but most of the memes were released in 2022, and could continue as early as any Thanksgiving. Remember, this is Fahrenheit, not Charonite.

Someone made a stack rating of steak doneness that Sharon’s pie ended up doing very well.

Wordle forever

“Word” It should be the word of the year 2022. Software engineer Josh Wardell made the word guessing game public in 2021 and The New York Times bought it for a whopping seven figures in January 2022. I am among the many people who have been playing it every day since then ( here My tips from a year of playing). The memes are almost as entertaining as the game itself. Some just throw the familiar Wordle grid on famous images, like a screenshot from The Big Lebowski.

Spotify Wrapped wraps it up

The past few years have ended with the music streaming site Spotify offering frequent users Spotify Wrapped. There were some Embarrassed by what the roundup revealed about their musical tasteswhile others were proud.

One person wrote: “I think this year’s Spotify Wrapped should have a category for ‘songs you obsessively played for a week and then never touched again.’

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