Category: Meme

5 Best Meme Accounts on Instagram

There are over 1.4 billion users on Instagram, and many of us hop on the social media platform for a wide range of reasons. Some of us want to do a little shopping or look at cute pictures of our friends’ animals. Then, there are times when you just want to see some funny memes and turn your brain off for a little bit while you relax and enjoy the humor.

Thankfully, Instagram doesn’t have a shortage of meme pages, ranging from family-friendly all the way to R-rated content. Out of the thousands upon thousands of Instagram accounts that focus on memes and comedy, though, which ones stand out as the best? While humor is certainly subjective, these five rank as some of the overall favorites by all Instagram users around the world.

1. epicfunnypage

The @epicfunnypage meme page currently has 15.9 million followers on Instagram and over 12,000 posts. Making them one of the most popular meme pages on Instagram. They follow 802 accounts consisting mostly of social media influencers. 

Focusing on funny memes and videos, their page is full of current and popular content and reels. They post almost daily, sometimes a few times a day, and primarily post content on their story. They take a lot of their content from other Instagram posts and Tik Tok, as well as some still-image memes commonly floating around the internet. 

2. sarcasm_only

The @sarcasm_only meme page currently has 16.2 million followers on Instagram and over 20,000 posts. Putting them above the previously mentioned @epicfunnypage in followers and posts. They follow only one account, a drinking game called “Do or Drink”. 

The content featured on the @sarcasm_only page is strongly female-based and includes reels, still-image memes, and a variety of relatable text-focused memes. The majority of posts portray the common struggles and funny mishaps girls deal with on a frequent basis, including mental health issues. The page offers a fresh mix of funny and real content followers love.  

3. daquan

The @daquan meme page currently has 16.5 million followers on Instagram, has over 8,800 posts, and is verified. Despite the fewer number of posts than the previously mentioned @sarcasm_only and @epicfunnypage, the page is the most popular of the three. 

They follow 208 accounts, a mix of celebrities, social media influencers, and sports pages. @daquan posts a variety of more raunchy reels and still image memes, taking clips from Instagram and Tik Tok. They post every day and gain over 200,000 likes per post. Their content is aimed more toward today’s youth and their sense of humor. 

4. thefatjewish

@thefatjewish page is a verified personal page with 10 million followers, and over 4,200 posts, and follows a purposeful 666 accounts made up of social media influencers, celebrities, and other funny folks. The page is more on the raunchy side and shares a lot of current content taken from Instagram, Tik Tok, and the vast collection of memes provided by social media. Along with their quirky and R-rated captions typed in all caps. 

A majority of the content features painful mishaps, political memes, celebrity content, and even some interesting selfies. The posts gain anywhere from 200,000 to over 3,000,000 likes per post. More than any other accounts on the list. 

5. funnymemes

Possessing a very simple and straightforward name, the @funnymemes page offers exactly what you’d think, funny memes. The page has 6.4 million followers, over 2,000 posts, and follows only one personal account. They post multiple times a day, with a random barrage of reels, memes, and cringe that are very on-brand for the vibe the page gives off. Gaining anywhere from 8,000 to 30,000 likes per post. 

5 Internet Memes That Will Live On Forever

The internet wouldn’t be what it is today without the use of memes. As time has gone on, memes are seen as more of a form of communication and expression of self than a standard text or email. They’re funny, they’re creative, and most are just fun to look at. Throughout the history of memes, many have left the world’s collective mind almost as soon as they became popular.

Then, there are those rare memes that transcended the internet and hit mainstream pop culture. These are the memes that can be used in just about any situation, with people wearing shirts, hats, and more with these memes on them. Without further ado, we present five internet memes that will surely live on forever, even long after the internet has been wiped out from human history.

Woman Yelling at a Cat 

Twitter user @MISSINGEGIRL first posted the famous meme in 2019, using a still image of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Taylor Armstrong and Kyle Richards from the episode “Malibu Beach Party from Hell” for the left portion of the meme and a Canadian cat named Smudge found on Tumblr for the right portion of the meme. 

Armstrong is seen crying and pointing, while Richards holds her back. The meme makes it look like the confused cat, who is sitting at a dinner table with a salad, is the focus of Armstrong’s frustration. Making for a fun and easily manipulated meme that people can’t get enough of. 

Distracted Boyfriend

A classic meme that will live on forever is the Distracted Boyfriend meme, born from a stock photo taken by Antonio Guillem in Catalonia Spain. Guillem wanted to capture a fun depiction of infidelity through the use of the three models seen in the photo. 

The man in the photo is seen looking back in an over-expressive and almost comedic way at a woman walking past him and his girlfriend on the street, who looks at him with a dramatic look of disbelief and disgust. The meme rose to popularity in 2017 and has been a fan-favorite ever since. 

Crying Jordan

The story behind the picture may not be all that funny, but the internet has taken a picture of Michael Jordan crying and turned it into a hilarious meme that will definitely stand the test of time. The photo of basketball legend Michael Jordan was taken by New Times Photographer Stephan Olvera and features Jordan crying in the middle of his induction to the Basketball Hall of Fame. A legend himself, this meme may live on in the same right. 

Kermit and Evil Kermit 

There’s a surprising amount of memes featuring Kermit the frog and one that’s particularly entertaining is the Evil Kermit meme.  The image is a still taken from the “Muppets Most Wanted” movie where Kermit is talking to his nemesis Constantine who is dressed in a black cloak, similar to a Sith Lord. 

Twitter user @aaannnnyyyyaaaa posted a screenshot of good and evil Kermit. The internet fell in love with the meme where captions depict thoughts of good Kermit and evil Kermit, resulting in hilarious and relatable memes. The formula behind the meme and the fact that Kermit is meme gold ensures this meme isn’t going anywhere. 

This Is Fine

One of the cutest and most relatable memes is the “This is Fine” dog, taken from the webcomic strip “On Fire” in 2013. It shows a human-like cartoon dog at a table enjoying his coffee, saying “this is fine”, while the room around him is engulfed in flames. 

Essentially portraying the sarcastic calm one has when attempting to keep it together while everything around them is chaos. It’s because of this, it makes for a hilariously relatable meme that the internet can’t get enough of.