Alzheimer's Disease is no laughing matter, but these Twitter memes certainly are. When Twitter user Lira Mercer asked followers their thoughts on infant vaccinations, one person responded saying they were against them, asserting that as a consequence babies can acquire "Down syndrome, Alzheimer's, etc."
Of course, this person probably meant to say autism and not "Alzheimer's," but the damage has already been done. Now let the facepalm fest commence.
Twitter user, @exfatalist, asked the 30-year-old's of Twitter, "what is something about aging you always thought was a trope but turned out to be true?"
As one user wrote, "straight up forgetting years."
Years? I can barely recall an entire decade!
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When his partner Greg Harlow mentioned the prospects of this shot at the World Indoor Bowls Championships, the crowd laughed at the unlikelihood of turning it around. What followed was Nick Brett rolling in a perfectly aimed shot that is so satisfying that you want to watch it twice.
Let's not beat around the bush here; getting rejected sucks, big time. These brave Twitter users decided to meme themselves by posting a pic of their romantic rejection messages next to a selfie, captioning it "The Rejection...the Clown."
Of course, the attempts weren't actually that clownish for the most part, but who doesn't love a little self-deprecating humor from time to time? We certainly get a kick out of it.
In America, we sprinkle bacon everywhere. Even in places you're not expecting, such as chapstick. Seriously? Why does that exist? And we also sprinkle bacon in places one should never sprinkle bacon.
Use your imagination, we will not elaborate.
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