These Hilarious Monday Sucks Memes Will Make Your Day a Little Bit Better

Mondays are hard. Getting up for work or schoool following an extra long weekend or vacation is even harder. Luckily, no matter how much your Monday sucks, there are memes guaranteed to make the beginning of the week more bearable. 

Is it a rainy Monday? There is a meme for that. Can’t believe it’s Monday already and want all your social media followers to relate? We got you covered. Heading to the gym Monday morning and already dreading it? There is a meme for that too. Seriously, thanks to the internet you can express your Monday blues and possibly spread some laughter all at the same time. 

By the time you scroll through our roundup of funny Monday memes, you’ll realize Monday is not really that bad — but it’s still definitely not Friday. 

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You could probably find an Office meme for every day of the week, but if Monday were a person, it would be Michael Scott. 

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We now know exactly how Miss Colombia felt at the 2016 Miss Universe pageant. 

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Why is it so much easier to wake up early on a Saturday? Seriously, we need answers. 

Channel your inner Tyra Banks to get out of that 10 a.m. conference call. 

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How is it Monday already? 

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Monday mornings and happiness only go together when it’s a three-day weekend. 

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Monday has us questioning all our life choices. 

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On Mondays, sweatpants-wearing George Constanza is our spirit animal. For a show about nothing, Seinfeld is still delivering the memes years later. 

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If Amazon can deliver packages to our car, we KNOW that they can make Alexa clock in for us too. 

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Make. It. Stop. 

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Monday, Mona’s often overlooked little sister. 

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The face you make when you are trying to keep it together, but dying on the inside. 

The Sunday scaries are real. 

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There is a special place in hell for bosses who schedule Monday meetings at 9 a.m. 

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Carrot Top is literally Monday in human form. You’re welcome. 

That eye roll tho. 

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People Are Sharing Ideas for Tattoos They Would Have Gotten in Seventh Grade and The Results Are Painfully Hilarious

People Are Sharing Ideas for Tattoos They Would Have Gotten in Seventh Grade and The Results Are Painfully Hilarious

Honestly, the bummer about tattoos is that good ones frequently get overlooked while bad tattoos can be spotted a mile away. Whether it’s because they’re cheesy, misspelled, or just an all-around ridiculous idea, a tattoo gone wrong is hilarious and absolutely tragic at the same time.

Whatever the story behind them, tattoos are certainly more popular now than they were decades ago — what with them becoming more and more culturally acceptable. And, as we all know, the more tattoos there are out there, the more chances for terrible inks there shall be.

Often these regrettable permanent body arts are the result of a drunken night around St. Marks, or a teenage indiscretion.

Carly Aquilino, who many of you surely remember used to date Pete Davidson, recently asked her Twitter followers what tattoos they would have gotten, had they had permission, in the prime of their green-ness, aka, seventh grade.

I, for one, know my parents would have straight-up disowned me if I had gotten a tattoo at the ripe age of 12, though as a creative individual, I obviously had several ideas.

Carly’s Twitter followers are no different. Scroll down for our favorite would-be tween tattoos.

The actress/comedian started everyone off by sharing her own seventh-grade master plan. “Mine would probably have been a portrait of Freddie Prinz [sic] Jr. that took up my whole back,” Carly tweeted.

It wasn’t long before the rest of the internet chimed in, adding their heartthrobs and pre-teen mood boards into the mix.

The late-nineties boyband sensation known as *NSYNC featured prominently in the thread, with Twitter user @vanessa_2715 tweeting “NSYNC logo, no contest ;)” and @RaeRayoSunshine adding, “It would have been something NSYNC or Britney Spears.” 

Classic choice. One for the ages.

Some people got really creative with their *NSYNC responses. One user debated lyrics or DMX’s face — but I say, why pick one when a mashup of both would definitely be the better option?

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@Rachel_nerdlover had an *NSYNC idea that was so inspired, I’m printing it out for my next tattoo consultation.

Behold this greatness:

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Another popular choice was the all-around tween favorite, artist Lisa Frank. I remember being obsessed with all things Lisa Frank: stationary, pencils, stickers, binders, you name it. So I feel like I definitely could have gotten down with @bmillahkillah’s idea of “Lisa Frank sleeves.”

In fact, the more I think about them, the more hilarious the idea gets. These guys are on that trippy tip:

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This woman definitely gave her idea a lot of thought. I don’t know where to get glitter tattoos either, Faith, but I’m willing to hunt them down for us both.

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Then, come other classics. I’ve never read Harry Potter (I know, I know), but my girlfriend is a huge HP fan and she assures me she completely gets this woman — both as a 12-year-old AND as a full-grown adult. 

Having said that, I should probably keep an eye on her over the next few days…

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This person was likely incredibly wise for her years, because at 28 I still don’t want no scrub, also known as a busta! A scrub is a guy who can’t get no love from me.

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Lipgloss Lesbian Dee went for a classier message, inspired by an equally classy brand. And with its almost-comeback late last year, she could have been channeling her inner-Regina George, while being completely on trend.

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I actually think that with the right crowd (I’m looking at you, Marc Jacobs), this one would still hold up today.

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Ahhh, Nick and Jessica… They started out as Newlyweds and for a while, it was even romantic. But then they became the poster children for divorce and for why you shouldn’t sign on to a reality show as a couple. 

Hindsight is 20/20, of course, but thank GOODNESS Caitlyn had the foresight (oh, yeah, and age restriction) not to go through with this one.

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I realize that I outed myself earlier in this piece, but I have to say @aprilbrucker’s tattoo idea is one that deeply resonates with me on a personal level:

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Although if it’s time to be painfully honest, these drawings would be all over my arms if I’d been able to get my parents’ consent:

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Actually, it’s a tough call between these and those S’s we all used to draw in our notebooks. The ones where you start out with six sticks and then connect them to make the most epic bubble-letter creation ever.

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Yes, girl. For ABSOLUTE sure.

I believe the first line of the title song here is, “Don’t want to be an American Idiot,” which seems like exactly what you would become if you went through with this ink.

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This next idea gets 10/10 from me for originality, but it also demands the question: WHY???

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Unless this tattoo doubles as a quadratic equation calculator (and when does that come in handy, again?), this piece is going to be a big NOPE for me.

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@TheJeffroLee went HARD as a 12-year-old. But full disclosure, I too wanted a scorpion tattoo at 14, after watching Natural Born Killers and becoming obsessed with Juliette Lewis.

Not the worst obsession, but probably not the best inspiration, either.

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As enjoyable as this thread was, and as nostalgic as it made me for the very early aughts (#TBT Snake II), the real gem for me was guessing people’s ages based on their seventh grade desires. 

These tweeters, on opposite ends of that spectrum, really made my day.

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I’m not sure about you all, but I definitely don’t regret waiting until 18 for my first ink.

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Cards Against Humanity's Email Exchange With a Glitter-Loving Customer Is Hilarious

Cards Against Humanity's Email Exchange With a Glitter-Loving Customer Is Hilarious

If you know anything about Cards Against Humanity, then you know first and foremost that the card game manufacturer is well-versed in the ways of trolling. Remember the Cards Against Humanity Saves America pack?

Or how about their “Prongles” joke where they started selling the most blatant rip-off of the world’s favorite canned potato chips?

For all of their publicity stunts, the game’s creators also work on improving the game itself with expansions and add-ons, like the Cards Against Humanity Pride Pack.

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The additional set of cards doesn’t just pack a whole bunch of LGBT-themed irreverent jokes and offensive set-ups, it was also supposed to come with a bunch of glitter. You know, for extra fabulousness.

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The Pride Pack was such a big success that the CAH peeps eventually ran out of glitter, so some orders were shipped without the shimmery, sparkly extra.

Something that bummed Kaitlyn Johnson out so much that she emailed the games’ customer service reps to ask them if they could pretty please send her some glitter.

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And it didn’t take long for them to get back to her with this positively ominous message.

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When Kaitlyn came home one day she saw a letter from the game manufacturer in her mailbox.

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She ended up getting an apology card in the mail that was completely covered in glitter.

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And when I say covered in glitter, I mean, covered in glitter. Can you think of anything more colorfully annoying that opening up an envelope only to be assaulted by bits of sparkles, everywhere?

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It wasn’t just the one small envelope that they sent, either.

That was just the tip of the shiny iceberg.

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They sent her another, larger envelope, too. 

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Now she has more glitter than she knows what to do with.

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No, your eyes aren’t deceiving you, the Cards Against Humanity crew actually sent Kaitlyn an entire, Costco-sized bag of glitter. Well, if Costco sold glitter, that is.

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Here’s the thing: Although Cards of Humanity had already sent her an ungodly amount of glitter, Kaitlyn decided to get into the trolling business herself.

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She took a screenshot of their gift, and asked them if that was the best that they could do. 

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They heard her challenge loud and clear and decided that it was time to really impress her.

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An envelope wasn’t big enough to contain the CAH team’s second glitter onslaught on Kaitlyn.

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No, that isn’t an old TV set full of static, that’s an enormous mound of glitter.

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Finally, Kaitlyn tapped out and admitted that they got the best of the email-glitter exchange.

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The Cards of Humanity team reminded her that they did indeed warn her, and Kaitlyn knew it, too.

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Now I’m just biding my time until they release a peanut butter Cap’n Crunch extension pack. Until then, I’ll just keep my house glitter-free.

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Someone Is Pranking Classmates With A Giant Pencil And It's Hilarious

Senior pranks are one of the staples of American colleges. While the biggest ones, like pretending to crash a car into the side of a building, are typically saved for the end of the year, individual students take it upon themselves to pull off smaller tricks throughout their time at school. 

Take Twitter user @OscareWilde as an example. Several years ago, they were gifted one of those massive pencils that are absolutely useless for anything other than a gag gift. Unsurprisingly, it gathered dust in a closest for years while they tried to find a use for it. 

One day, the perfect idea came to mind. As @OscareWilde recently explained in a hilarious Twitter thread, they decided to use the pencil to pry on some of the most vulnerable people at any college—students who had forgotten their pens and dared to ask to borrow one. The thread begins…

The Twitter user explained the idea behind their prank… 

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Surprisingly, only a few people have fallen victim to this brilliant ruse. 

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@OscareWilde explains how the situation has gone down the three times they’ve been able to find a victim. 

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Their response is always pure gold. 

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But even after all of this fanfare, the three people have no choice but to accept. 

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While @OscareWilde‘s prank is hilarious, school pranks only ever get better the more people are involved. These students decided to meme their principal after he told them they couldn’t do a prank. 

While students at Cumberland High School in Wisconsin decided to pull off a prank that was so convincing, even the police department fell for it. 

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It’s not a school prank without wrapping something in cling wrap. 

Spare a thought for whoever has to clean these up. 

We’re impressed too. 

Keep on pranking, people!

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Someone Is Pranking Classmates With A Giant Pencil And It's Hilarious

Senior pranks are one of the staples of American colleges. While the biggest ones, like pretending to crash a car into the side of a building, are typically saved for the end of the year, individual students take it upon themselves to pull off smaller tricks throughout their time at school. 

Take Twitter user @OscareWilde as an example. Several years ago, they were gifted one of those massive pencils that are absolutely useless for anything other than a gag gift. Unsurprisingly, it gathered dust in a closest for years while they tried to find a use for it. 

One day, the perfect idea came to mind. As @OscareWilde recently explained in a hilarious Twitter thread, they decided to use the pencil to pry on some of the most vulnerable people at any college—students who had forgotten their pens and dared to ask to borrow one. The thread begins…

The Twitter user explained the idea behind their prank… 

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Surprisingly, only a few people have fallen victim to this brilliant ruse. 

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@OscareWilde explains how the situation has gone down the three times they’ve been able to find a victim. 

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Their response is always pure gold. 

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But even after all of this fanfare, the three people have no choice but to accept. 

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While @OscareWilde‘s prank is hilarious, school pranks only ever get better the more people are involved. These students decided to meme their principal after he told them they couldn’t do a prank. 

While students at Cumberland High School in Wisconsin decided to pull off a prank that was so convincing, even the police department fell for it. 

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It’s not a school prank without wrapping something in cling wrap. 

Spare a thought for whoever has to clean these up. 

We’re impressed too. 

Keep on pranking, people!

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Someone Is Pranking Classmates With A Giant Pencil And It's Hilarious

Senior pranks are one of the staples of American colleges. While the biggest ones, like pretending to crash a car into the side of a building, are typically saved for the end of the year, individual students take it upon themselves to pull off smaller tricks throughout their time at school. 

Take Twitter user @OscareWilde as an example. Several years ago, they were gifted one of those massive pencils that are absolutely useless for anything other than a gag gift. Unsurprisingly, it gathered dust in a closest for years while they tried to find a use for it. 

One day, the perfect idea came to mind. As @OscareWilde recently explained in a hilarious Twitter thread, they decided to use the pencil to pry on some of the most vulnerable people at any college—students who had forgotten their pens and dared to ask to borrow one. The thread begins…

The Twitter user explained the idea behind their prank… 

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Surprisingly, only a few people have fallen victim to this brilliant ruse. 

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@OscareWilde explains how the situation has gone down the three times they’ve been able to find a victim. 

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Their response is always pure gold. 

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But even after all of this fanfare, the three people have no choice but to accept. 

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While @OscareWilde‘s prank is hilarious, school pranks only ever get better the more people are involved. These students decided to meme their principal after he told them they couldn’t do a prank. 

While students at Cumberland High School in Wisconsin decided to pull off a prank that was so convincing, even the police department fell for it. 

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It’s not a school prank without wrapping something in cling wrap. 

Spare a thought for whoever has to clean these up. 

We’re impressed too. 

Keep on pranking, people!

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Someone Is Pranking Classmates With A Giant Pencil And It's Hilarious

Senior pranks are one of the staples of American colleges. While the biggest ones, like pretending to crash a car into the side of a building, are typically saved for the end of the year, individual students take it upon themselves to pull off smaller tricks throughout their time at school. 

Take Twitter user @OscareWilde as an example. Several years ago, they were gifted one of those massive pencils that are absolutely useless for anything other than a gag gift. Unsurprisingly, it gathered dust in a closest for years while they tried to find a use for it. 

One day, the perfect idea came to mind. As @OscareWilde recently explained in a hilarious Twitter thread, they decided to use the pencil to pry on some of the most vulnerable people at any college—students who had forgotten their pens and dared to ask to borrow one. The thread begins…

The Twitter user explained the idea behind their prank… 

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Surprisingly, only a few people have fallen victim to this brilliant ruse. 

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@OscareWilde explains how the situation has gone down the three times they’ve been able to find a victim. 

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Their response is always pure gold. 

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But even after all of this fanfare, the three people have no choice but to accept. 

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While @OscareWilde‘s prank is hilarious, school pranks only ever get better the more people are involved. These students decided to meme their principal after he told them they couldn’t do a prank. 

While students at Cumberland High School in Wisconsin decided to pull off a prank that was so convincing, even the police department fell for it. 

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It’s not a school prank without wrapping something in cling wrap. 

Spare a thought for whoever has to clean these up. 

We’re impressed too. 

Keep on pranking, people!

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This Guy Posts Fake Ads All Over His Neighborhood And They're Hilarious

The Internet is full of trolls, but some very special people get away from their computers and go out to their communities to troll their neighbors in real life, the way people did before technology took over. Artist and comedian Alan Wagner is just such a genius, and though his images do eventually find their way onto his Instagram account, they’re meant to baffle casual strollers who encounter them out in the world.

Wagner seems to use a mix of found images and visuals he creates with Photoshop. His graphic design skills range from hand-written scrawls to old-school typography that makes his signs and advertisements look like they were ripped out of a psychopath’s textbook published in 1986. In other words, they’re perfect.

Take, for example, this extremely creepy ad for blood removal that specifies the service will deal with no other bodily fluids:

How about discovering your destiny through your kneecap?

He also files missing person’s reports. In this case, he’s found someone’s missing person.

Here’s a sign helping the elderly become even older:

Here’s a normal dog and trombone exchange. Oh wait, it’s the “trobmone,” actually:

Some of these ads are a pretty big commitment, like this one on the side of a bus stop:

But they’re all useful. Who doesn’t need a car impersonator to enliven a party?

Maybe you’ve always wanted to meet a woman who breathes dust, if just to convince her to stop:

Some are a bit NSFW:

Or tell a really compelling two-part story:

Stories of lost love and wasted food product:

And family dramas:

There’s also attempts at product-testing on the cheap:

And some run-of-the-mill health issues:

Even though they’re all jokes, Wagner really has thought of something for everyone. He will tap into your deepest nightmares and make them very, very funny.

Mother’s milk for good Internet boys and girls.

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People Are Roasting The 23andMe DNA Test With These Hilarious Memes

I can get why people are obsessed with the origins of their ancestry.

One: because it’s cool to know where you came from and chart all of the different ethnicities and parts of the world that had to be involved to culminate in the creation of you.

There could be any number of reasons a person would want to know the origins of their genetic makeup and there’s no shortage of services that’ll do that for you.

Like the popular service, 23andMe. It’s gotten so popular, in fact, that people have used its test results template to create some hilarious memes.

It’s the perfect vehicle for making references to popular song lyrics.

People have also been using the memes to make fun of themselves.

They’re just so, so, so good.

This person was shocked to discover that a significant portion of their genetic makeup is Irish soda bread.

While others use the meme as an opportunity to catch RDJ’s attention.

This person was shocked to discover they were made out of clothing.

The finds were just super fascinating.

This Twitter user found a review that I hope is some kind of twisted joke while signing up for 23andme’s service.

In recent news, there’s been some trepidation about ancestry sites, as many are afraid the DNA testing facilities are just fronts to collect user data and then dole out that data to whoever they see fit.

The concerns were originally raised when it was revealed that the Golden State Killer was helped identified by an ancestry service similar to 23andme.

So even if your personal data’s being given out, at least you can console yourself with the fact that a killer was caught because you maybe gave away some of your privacy, yeah?

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This Guy's Pre-Workout Amazon Review Lists All The Hilarious Side Effects He Felt

This Guy’s Pre-Workout Amazon Review Lists All The Hilarious Side Effects He Felt

One of the best (and worst) parts about the internet is that so much stuff is just plain made up.

Now you might be asking yourself, “How can that ever be considered positive?” And it’s true, there is a ton of fake news out there causing all sorts of havoc, so much in fact, that some people feel it helped get a former reality TV star elected President.

But, I would counter your fake news woes with the wonderful world of exaggerated Amazon product reviews that are almost always hilarious. I mean, just look at these amazing words of praise for the iconic three-wolf moon shirt.

That’s right, he called it “career development fertilizer.”

You can buy pretty much anything on Amazon and find out whether it’s good or not thanks to the retailer’s handy-dandy comments section. Coincidentally, people who actually take the time to read product reviews are prime targets for some lighthearted trolling/gifts of hilarity. Like the reviews that have been pouring in for this pre-workout powder.

Now if you’re unfamiliar with the world of fitness supplements, there’s one thing you need to know: it’s a lawless wasteland.

Because of that, it’s home to some of the craziest, “bro-science” claims you’ll ever hear. As a result, there are some MOs that lots of these supplements follow. And if you used to read Muscular Development and all the crazy bodybuilding magazines back in the day, you’ll know exactly what I’m talking about.

The LIT pre-workout powder’s product description falls in line with the supplement lingo.

  • Clinically Dosed Pre-Workout
  • Built By Science. Driven By Obsession. Elevated Through Innovation.
  • If It’s On Our Labels, Then It’s In Our Bottles. Get Lit And Train With Focus, Power And Pumps.
  • Proven Ingredients. Proven Doses. Clinical Quality. Real Science. Real Results.
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Which may or may not have inspired people to write such hilarious testaments to the efficacy for this “pump” powder. Like Amazon user Dino2925’s review of the stuff.

Here it is, in full:

Walked into the break room at work for a glass of ice water. Noticed a container of this sitting on the shelf. Thought it might flavor my plain water reasonably well so I mixed some up. Blue Raspberry. I read the label as I stirred. “May cause flushing and tingling”. I smirked, thinking that wouldn’t be an issue. Background: 5’11”, 270 lbs. A walking wall that spends an inordinate amount of time lifting large weights. I don’t use supplements but am peripherally aware of their function. This is labeled as a pre-workout supplement. I figured that since I was going to the gym later, it couldn’t hurt.

The taste was delicious. Sour and refreshing. Within a couple minutes, my face went numb. I laughed, thinking maybe there was something to that warning label. Soon, the tingling spread to my arms, legs and chest. Then the itching started. The whole body itching that someone might experience after swimming in a lake of toxic waste. The label didn’t mention the itching. Then the caffeine kicked in. I think that the manufacturer forgot to mention that one of the secret ingredients was methamphetamine. Proprietary blend, with a sprinkle of cocaine. I literally couldn’t blink. Had I been surrounded by a group of angry police officers, I suspect the ensuing viral video would have been epic. One review mentioned that this product is ‘Fire’. That phrase went though my mind prior to reading it.

It took about two hours for the product to wear off. The itching was unnerving. Ten hours later and my tongue still hurts. I never did get to the gym. This product would likely be awesome during the first hour of a Zombie Apocalypse, as your situational awareness will be off the charts. You’ll feel as strong as a gorilla and the itching will keep you moving. I don’t know if sweating would help mitigate the itching but I suspect not.

When I get back into work on Monday, that container will still be sitting there. Calling me. Tempting me. Part of my brain will shout “Remember the itching!”. Another part will whisper “Remember the rush….” I’ll probably opt for a glass of water and think about zombies.  

The invigorating, itchy affair didn’t seem solely reserved for Dino, either. Other people testified to the fortifying effects of the powder.

Others think the pre-workout is so good that Jesus himself would use it.

Lots of the reviews comment on the fact that the product leaves you feeling “tingly,” but everyone pretty much unanimously agrees that it works.

Not sure I want to be itching/tingling all day just to have a slightly better workout, but I have to be honest, I do kind of want to try it now. Sorry Dino, your trauma has done little to dissuade me from wanting this product.

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