16 Memes Twitter Couldn’t Live Without

Listen, I know that memes can seem like they’re a dime a dozen. That you think that you’ve seen them all, and honestly, only a handful of them are worth your time, but listen – when we say these 16 are the best of the best, we mean it.

These are the memes that define recent months – for better or worse – and think that a scroll down memory lane is just what the doctor ordered.

16. “You smell like weed.”/”I am weed.”

Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly are obviously iconic, but overlaying this exchange over other iconic romantic moments is just *chef’s kiss.*

15. Two guys on a bus.

This one has showed up over and over but since the jokes are endless, we’re really not mad about it.

14. Did it hurt?

It’s a twist because it’s like a pickup line gone horribly right.

13. The feminine urge.

Maybe it’s just because I identify so strongly with, like…all of them, but I never get tired of it.

12. Other apps “wrapped” like Spotify.

The most wonderful time of the year was made even better by each and every one of these.

11. Timothée Chalamet and Zendaya.

There’s the fact that they’re both adorable, but also, the memes are just too relatable. Except I am always Zendaya. Ha!

10. The French Dispatch cast at Cannes.

Not even the internet could have created the juxtaposition between these outfits. Note Bill Murray’s two watches.

9. Yassterday.

Please never stop “yassifying” already iconic memes. It’s giving me life.

8. Kathryn Hahn winking from Wandavision.

It should come as no surprise to anyone that this one blew up, because it just has so many potential uses.

7. Red flags.

It’s simple and effective communication, which are honestly two things we could all use more of in life, don’t you think?

6. Shocked Oprah from the Meghan and Harry interview.

Shocked Oprah goes with so many things, and we can just imagine the sound without even hearing it, right?

5. Anakin and Padme having a romantic picnic.

That last one might hit a little too close to home…or maybe it’s just a little too soon?

4. “It’s always” and “never.”

Putting this over iconic pop culture scenes was brilliant, and Twitter definitely ran with it.

3. Bernie at Biden’s inaguration.

This one is never going to get old. Or at least, I hope it doesn’t because it feels evergreen to me.

2. RIP to X, they would have loved X.

It’s not always right, but it’s usually funny.

1. Same person, different fonts.

When someone looks like someone else, but not exactly. It’s like God was writing in a slightly different font.

See what I mean? These are maybe the best part of recent months, not that that’s really saying anything.

What’s been your favorite meme of the past year? If it’s not here we’d love to hear what it is in the comments!