The internet can be a scary place these days, but it can be equally hilarious. Follow these accounts for a pleasant respite from social media unpleasantries.
When philosophy meets art history meets texts. Not suitable for the faint-hearted or weak-minded.
Peeje has perfected the art of photoshopping himself into celebrity photos. He occasionally shows how he creates his incredibly convincing works of art.
We don’t like to make fun of people, but some people are just asking for it, like the appalling passengers featured on here.
Unless you’re a loony person, you love food, and you love Meryl Streep. Taste of Streep brings these two wonderful worlds together, so you can enjoy a photo of Meryl bathing in mac’n’cheese or cuddling a banana.
Have you ever happened upon an unfortunately named street or lake on Google maps? You’ll find real geographic places like Hell For Certain Rd., Suffering St., and Crying Child Island on here. Equal parts sad and silly.
These incredible stop motions feature cut outs of celebrity heads (including, you guessed it, Leonardo DiCaprio’s) held up on top of real bodies doing everyday things and it’s weirdly wonderful. How could you not smile at a video of Oprah dancing to Ciara’s Ride It or Bernie doing tai chi?
If you’re a Seinfeld fan, you’ll get a kick out of how this account reimagines the show if it took place in this century, featuring cameos by Salt Bae and Beyonce smashing Jerry’s car.
Kanye West. The most interesting man in the world. Or not? Nonetheless it’s pretty entertaining to see Kanye do Kanye.
Claudia Oshry, or the Girl With No Job, has turned her account into her job. She shares original and curated memes that will make you LOL, say “that’s so me,” or immediately send it to your BFF.
The one purrrcent is pretty darn cute. Dog lovers, look way. Cat lovers, welcome to heaven.
This account pairs rap and hip hop lyrics with classical art, and the result is magnificent. Not only do the mashups make high art more accessible to a younger generation, but they’re also just so darn smart.
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