25 Memes Everyone Who Is Pretty Basic Will Find Way Too Relatable

People just don’t seem to understand how difficult it is being basic. Though What Do You Meme? has done a pretty good job at summing up the trials and tribulations with their new Basic expansion pack

In case you’ve been living under a rock, What Do You Meme? is a hilarious new party game where you compete with your friends to combine images with their perfect caption. We decided to highlight some of the best combinations from the new expansion…

2. You didn’t say there was going to be commitment… 

3. This is literally so relatable. 

4. But I brought pajamas… 

6. What am I supposed to do now?! 

7. Probably would have just regretted it any way…

8. Doing the lord’s work. 

12. Guess i’m going to have to hide my hands for a week…

14. We’ve been here for a week. 

16. I SAW THE COLOSSEUM.  

18. You don’t get to see me in the light of day. 

19. THIS IS THE THIRD TIME. 

20. And college expects ME to pay THEM?! 

21. I can’t get within 50 yards. 

22. We’re not even half way through! 

23. Time for five days of pain. 

24. It’s Brittany, not Britney. 

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This Woman's Selfie Of A Ghost In Her Car Has Us Pretty Freaked Out

We’re plenty skeptical about the paranormal — most people’s photos and theories sound like a load of bullsh*t. But that doesn’t mean we don’t get rattled by something eerie every once in a while. Sure, there are coincidences and weird things that just can’t be explained, but sometimes, we can’t shake the feeling that else is going on. 

That’s definitely the case with Melissa Kurtz, a mother of two from Florida who found a ghost boy sitting in the backseat of her car — maybe with a purpose in mind.

Kurtz’s daughter, Harper, took this (totally normal) selfie in the passenger seat of the car. But the photo she took just seconds later was anything but normal. 

Not seeing it? Look closer:

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Yes, that would be a little ghost boy in the backseat of the car, leaning against the back window. 

Kurtz didn’t even notice the unexpected visitor in the photo until she was going through photos on her camera a month later. “It was a real ‘Oh my god’ moment,” Kurtz told The Daily Mail. “I was really shocked by it, incredibly shocked. I ran into the other room and said to friends who were staying with me ‘you have to see this.’ Everyone was awestruck.” 

Kurtz believes the little ghost showed up to warn Harper to wear her seatbelt.

“[Wearing her seatbelt] is something I yell at her about all the time,” Kurtz told The Daily Mail. “I’ve had 13 traffic tickets in two years due to her not wearing one. She is very stubborn though – I’m always trying to catch her when she hasn’t got it on.”

Paranormal experts, if you will, have weighed in on the photo. 

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According to The Daily Mail, Greg Pochadirector of parapsychology, afterlife and paranormal studies at Eidolon Project Canada, believes that the ghost was indeed warning Harper about the seatbelt. Apparently, this kind of analysis of paranormal motive is called spectral profiling.

Here’s where things get really spooky. 

The location where the photo was taken has a tragic past. “Where the picture was taken there was an automobile accident one year ago exactly,” Kurtz said. “When I looked into it, someone had been medevaced away in a helicopter. However, they would not tell me any specific details when I enquired, which leads me to believe that it was a child.”

And, according to Pocha, this would explain why the ghost boy was still there. “Ghosts such as the boy are prone to remain earthbound when the soul is literally ripped or thrown from the body in an accident,” he said. “Chances are that he does not know that he has died. And chances are good that he will haunt this part of the highway forever.”

We’re still not sure we believe in the paranormal, but you can but we’re not sleeping again for a while. (h/t daily mail)

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This Harry Potter Birthday Party Made Pretty Much Every 'HP' Reference Possible

In a world where ‘Harry Potter’ reigns supreme, it’s not uncommon to have a Harry Potter-themed birthday party. In fact, most 2000s kids have attended at least one party where fake glasses and scars were required. However, not all Wizarding World parties are created equal. 

Imgurian  might take the cake (poor pun intended) for the most intricate birthday party that even J.K. Rowling herself would envy. “I’ve never had a surprise birthday party, let alone a Harry Potter themed party,” she wrote. “I’m stationed in Germany and leaving to go back to the US 5 days before my birthday. My friends decided to throw me a birthday party before I leave, and the party they threw was so amazing!” 

As any true ‘Harry Potter’ fans will see, “amazing” is actually an understatement. 

Guests began by running through platform nine and three-quarters.

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“I cried. A lot. I can’t believe they did this all for me. They truly are my family away from home,” she wrote. 

We’d cry too… Check out the extravaganza. 

Then they hopped on the Hogwarts Express. 

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The whole set up was pretty impressive. 

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There was even a sorting hat cake and golden snitch treats. 

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…All provided by Honeydukes, of course. 

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Wizarding world newspapers (and important HP quotes) were framed on the walls. 

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Not all the decorations were cutesy, though. 

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The Chamber of Secrets is no joke. 

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Guests came in costume. 

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…Some more sinister than others.

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That had to have taken some time. Do they even make dark mark flash tats?

All we have to say is: A+ attention to detail. 

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J.K. Rowling would be proud. 

Only question is: how will her friends top this next year?

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