It may be unfair to pick on Jacoby Ellsbury, but unfortunately he had the easiest meme to set up.
In lieu of the anger toward the latest Facebook update, we decided to let the Yo Dawg meme have a crack at it.
You want to complain about the new Facebook, and how you got so used to the latest phase of Facebook after they changed for the 4th or 5th time that it’s ridiculous that they would change it again? Well, R. Lee Ermey has some choice words for you.
With the launch of the final Harry Potter movie, in a franchise so full of itself they broke one book into two movies to make it seem as if they would actually try to cover everything in the book when they really just wanted to one-up the lengthy goodbyes from Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, it seemed vital to launch some new memes. Updates will come as memes are received, and created, but we will start you off with one of our own.
We also have a pretty good idea what was missing: a big-ass dragon. English lore is full of stories where some lady or gentleman of royalty slays a dragon. It’s practically part of the culture of the British Isles, yet there was no mention of one during the wedding ceremony of Will and Kate. Luckily, we had a photographer in place to commemorate the exchange of vows held at Westminster Abbey. You’re welcome.
I think the picture speaks for itself if you’re a football fan.
After allegedy punching out his father-in-law, New York Mets closer Francisco “K-Rod” Rodriguez has apparently gone on a fighting streak the likes of Russell Crowe.
His latest victim: UFC legend Chuck Liddell!
In an effort to lay claim that they are doing everything possible to clean up the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, oil titan British Petroleum had released a helicoptor picture which Gizmodo.com promptly flayed as a photoshopped disaster. Since then, there has been a mild flow of photoshop parodies.
We even began ourselves. But why should we have all the fun?
From now until August 1st, you can use this picture template to make your own BP helicopter situation! Email it to mail(at)theineptowl.com, and you could win a “Seriously? No.” T-Shirt. We have about 10 of them as we clear out space, both physically and interwebbally. Winners will be voted on and announced on our new 2.0 website after it launches on August 1st.