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10 Things That Make Me Laugh More Than I Should, If You Know What I Meme

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I have a strange sense of humor... I could never explain it to anyone if I tried, but it ranges from dry to inappropriate. The one part of my day that I enjoy most of all is when I get to sit and just look at memes, vines, or just funny pictures.

When my friends and I aren't sending each other Marvel memes, we're sending each other anything we find that is even remotely funny. However, me being me, I find just about everything funny. There are some things that I could laugh at for hours and never get tired of, there are some things that I find funny and no one else does. Listed below are these things.

1. Mess with the gecko you get a pecko.

Every single one of these makes me laugh. Every. Single. One.

2. Buried Alive

The first time I saw this I laughed for ten minutes.

3. God/Jesus Memes

Most of them are actually really funny...

4. Why Memes

Every one of these memes are true.

5. Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack

Me too, Bubby.

6. Cat Memes

7. Historical Painting Memes

I love all of them.

8. My last two brain cells memes.

9. Poem Memes

I LOVE THESE! These are my absolute favorites.

10. And you take the moon.

I laughed until I cried.

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