20 Things We Don’t Like But Still Continue to Do
This list of 20 things that we don't like but keep doing anywhere are totally relatable and are sure to make you smile. Once you take a look at the list, you will relate to one that is painfully familiar to everyone. It's the things that you keep telling yourself you will stop doing and change your ways, but that never really happens. Just like new trending videos and new trending news you just can't look away because you know that they are all too true. The following are just some of the 20 things you will find on the list.
1. The real walk of shame. The photo is worth a thousand words. Because how many time do you find yourself doing the same thing? Whether it be collecting glasses and coffee mugs from your work desk, or cleaning your teenage child's room, this photo says it all.
2. The photo of the guy who purchased a tank top off of Amazon and received a dress instead is also relatable, maybe not with a dress but receiving something you ordered that is not what you ordered at all. Maybe you bought some makeup that came in the wrong color, or you bought a piece of clothing that doesn't look at all like the photo. This guy wearing the tank dress is just a little bit awesome and is sure to make you laugh out loud.
3. Another photo has a guy in a bathtub with the words of a friend asking him where he is, and the guy in the bathtub replying on my way. You know who you are.
4. A photo of a hand full of hair conditioner has the directions attached to use a dime sized amount of conditioner. This is something that parents all over the country can relate to.
These photos are a bit like memes in that they are an idea that you want to share and can relate to. A meme is a neologism that was coined by Richard Dawkins, as an idea, style or style that spreads from one person to the next within a culture. Memes act as a unit for carrying all sorts of cultural ideas, practices, or symbols, that can be shared from one mind to another through speech, writing, gestures, speech, rituals, or other imitable phenomena with a mimicked theme.
You could say that 2016 was the year that the meme went fully mainstream and became more popular than ever before. In the past, memes were obscure, mostly silly pieces of Internet humor that were usually seen on places like Tumblr or Twitter. Memes also became a new say to cope with bad news in the media. Take for example the RIP Harambe meme. Memes were also there to highlight things like forgotten fads such as Pokémon Go and sometimes they made us question their very existence. Take for example the Damn Daniel memes. Damn Daniel was the funniest and most viral Internet memes of 2016. Damn Daniel. When a California teenager named Daniel Lara wore a series of stylish looks to school, his friend starting capturing them all on video while overzealously complimenting Lara. Within minutes of uploading the clip, Damn Daniel voice-overs started to take over the Internet, and no one can look at a pair of white Vans the same ever again without the words back in their heads. The Damn Daniel viral trending video had more than 34,000,000 views. This is just one of the trending stories you will find on the Brightside site. On the site, you will also find new health ideas, photography, trending videos, trending news, new tips and tricks and so much more. **
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