According to the Texas-based Episcopal priest David W. Peters, "I'm like the least funny priest I know."
An unwitting tweet about "30-50 feral hogs" felt destined to go viral. But why?
Sunburned? Sticky? Filled with existential dread? These memes might help you feel less alone.
The latest instalment of 'Internet Art History', where meme historian Joel Golby dives far too deep into some of the internet's most iconic images.
Which was funny, until a load of supposedly internet-literate people started believing it was real.
What even is this show anymore?
Mad Queen, here we come.
One of the milkshake chuckers said the drink "slipped" out of his hand.
Screen-reading software allows visually impaired people to use the internet, but it hits a wall when it comes to memes.
We spoke to the anonymous woman behind @tinyhat_skatelife.
Republican slogans like "Up the RA" and "Brits out" are still unacceptable to say in the Irish mainstream – so why do they pop up so frequently online?
SunnyD tweets about depression. Steak-umm is lonely. Wendy's is sassy. Do we actually want our brands to be that "human"?