- Jake Paul calls out KSI for a YouTube boxing match 2 Years Ago
- This elementary school made students play ‘runaway slave’ 2 Years Ago
- ‘Captain Marvel’ is already a box office hit 2 Years Ago
- This ‘buff bunny vs. small bunny’ meme is here for when you’re feeling inferior 2 Years Ago
- Ocasio-Cortez slams trolls who come at her with ‘weak’ memes 2 Years Ago
- YouTube just made it awfully easy to harass creators Today 10:16 AM
- Report: Trump the only 2020 contender who won’t rule out using stolen data Today 9:01 AM
- House Republicans offer bipartisan net neutrality bill—but there’s a catch Today 8:30 AM
- This Loki meme is the new way to play dumb Today 7:30 AM
- Mark Duplass and Ray Romano transcend the typical bromance in ‘Paddleton’ Today 7:00 AM
- 15 new thrillers on Netflix you need to see Today 7:00 AM
- Indie horror movie ‘The Hole in the Ground’ is legit terrifying Today 6:40 AM
- Every Apex Legends character, ranked Today 6:00 AM
- ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ delivers a powerfully political episode Thursday 8:30 PM
- Bowser is taking over Nintendo—and the memes make themselves Thursday 7:02 PM
Because honestly, after every single trash fire of 2016, that meme was all of us, going about our days, sipping coffee, as if our houses had not just blown up and our tiny hats had not just caught ablaze.
Yes. This is fine. We are all fine.
Samantha Grasso is a former IRL staff writer for the Daily Dot with a reporting emphasis on immigration. Her work has appeared on Los Angeles Magazine, Death And Taxes, Revelist, Texts From Last Night, Austin Monthly, and she has previously contributed to Texas Monthly.