Enjoy the list below of the 50 Dankest Memes Of All Time. Bergeron know’s dank and when he puts a list together like this, it’s the dankest.
Evil Kermit Meme
Kermit the Frog from the popular Muppets children’s show has been making his way around the internet for years. In this meme, a green happy Kermit is staring, presumably talking, to an evil Kermit in a black hooded robe. People usually use this meme to express inner turmoil. How one side of you wants to make a good decision while an evil side of you is pulling you towards dark temptations.
Condescending Wonka Meme
Gene Wilder gave a memorable portrayal of the eccentric confectioner Willy Wonka back in 1971. There is a scene in the movie where Gene Wilder, as Willy Wonka, is leaning his elbow on a table. He then rests his cheek against his hand and gives a condescending look to someone to show is displeasure for their comment or action. A still image of Willy Wonka in this position is an incredibly popular meme to deconstruct hypocritical thoughts and concepts.
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Black Guy Tapping Head Meme
This meme depicts a well-dressed African American man tapping his index finger to the side of his head with a smug smile on his face. This is a common gesture which generally conveys the message of using one’s brain or mind. This meme is often paired with text that explains easy ways to get out of difficult situations, usually with an exaggerated and sardonic undertone.
Distracted Boyfriend Meme
A cute and tragic meme, this picture shows a young man walking with his girlfriend while watching another girl walk past him. This meme can always be found with text that compares one common sense or healthy decision, as the girlfriend, to a stupid or dangerous decision, as the other woman.
Don Equis Man Meme
An oldie but a goodie, this meme shows the handsome gentleman from a beer commercial who is labeled as The Most Interesting Man In The World. He has a famous line in the commercial that is usually twisted and applied to his picture to fit different narratives, often in a humorous way.