Memes have come a long way since their first mention in a biology book in 1976. Richard Dawkins, the man who coined the term meant it to be the cultural equivalent of "gene", indicating information passed down through generations. These days though, they have taken on a life of their own. They are usually used as satire or other tools of comedy. But how did the memes come about? And who are the people (and animals) behind them? Stick around and find out!
To think, face-swapping all started when Snapchat updated their filters. Since then, people took to applying face-swaps on famous figures, particularly people with a relationship to each other. At Hype Galore, we've compiled a list of the absolute best. But be warned; you'll want to unsee some of these bizarre amalgamations. Expect to find various celebrity hybrids that should never come to be.
Creative artist, Tom Curtis is clearly a dad on a mission. He has fine-tuned his artistic talents to bring his children's animated drawings and doodles to life, just the way their imaginations intended. And the hilarious results are nothing short of spectacular. So get ready to channel your inner child and see the good, the bad, the ugly through the eyes of Dom, Al and some of their childhood pals.
Vermont based Product designer, Matt Benedetto is clearly a man on a mission. While it's clear he has genius talents and mad skills, he channels most of his time and creative energies into solving problems that don't exist. Nobody asked for these products, but his groundbreaking catalog of unnecessary inventions are nothing short of spectacular. So, let's scroll through the most impressive, hilarious, off-the-wall products that are taking the internet by storm.
We don't know about you, but we're a bit tired of seeing the Hollywood A-listers looking so polished and perfect. After all, they're people too - and thanks to the hordes of paparazzi, their more "human" moments are captured. Check out the funniest slips-ups happening at the most exclusive events in town. It was always going to catch up on them eventually - but don't take our word for it. Take a look at the red carpet mishaps that the papers miss out.
Every once in a while, we have to be grateful for the internet. Aside from providing a treasure trove of information we never knew we needed, it's also an unlimited source of meme-worthy entertainment. Still, this priceless painting collaboration from strangers across the web took everything to the next level. Actually, it probably just won the internet. So, let's check out the finer details of this meme-worthy story.
When owners, Paul Lavery and Jen Scott first brought home their adorable hound named Harlso five years ago, they felt it was "love at first sight.". There was definitely something special about this pup however, they could not have guessed that their dear Harlso would end up being such a huge internet sensation.