Regardless of how you feel about Overwatch itself, there's no denying the community has a strong meme game.
Here's just a toe dipped in the water of the wealth of memes that are out there.
Mathing when it's time to 'settle up' is hard, and especially if you're out drinking yourself stupid like many of these poor-tipping, brain-incapacitated boozehounds evidently were. I'm all for the humor, but by the grace of all that is good and reasonable in this crazy world, don't fail to leave a decent tip. Working on bended, tired knee, and used 'n abused non-slip shoe, through the hospitality industry is no easy business. I'm the first to complain about my old days of slugging it through double shifts as a busboy/dishwasher (team bitch) turned waiter, who consistently counted on tips to put a little extra meat on an otherwise skeletal budget. If you can't afford to tip well don't drink/eat out, but if you can, take inspiration from the people that provided decent gratuity with a solid side of humor on some of these receipts.
Companies build their image through the use of calculated marketing tactics, which really is the equivalent of telling little white lies repeatedly in order to influence the way that you think. The reality is that they deliver a product that kind of does what the marketing promised, but in an alternative facts kind of way.
Well, the veil has been lifted and here at Memebase we're glad the truth has been revealed. So here are 49 brand slogans tell the real story.
Yes, you read that right. Daniel Dopps a Kansas-based chiropractor has a fresh patent for Mensez, which is a 'feminine lipstick' intended to stop bleeding by sealing together the labia minora. Is this ingrate so far down the mentally-dormant rabbit's hole of crippling lunacy that he actually thinks people --- of any gender --- wouldn't be seven kinds of outraged by the mere proposition of such a 'product.' Wonder if this guy's gone into witness protection yet, or better yet gotten the professional kind of help that this backwards-thinking idea is all but a call out for.
There are some things man wasn't meant to toy with. Google's open-source machine-learning software Tensorflow is one of them.
Cristopher Hesse used Tensorflow to create edge2cats, a program that turns line drawings into whatever you want, including horrible, horrible cats. It's a total nightmare, but also really funny.
Try it yourself here, check out some of these little freaks from Twitter.