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Monday, April 27, 2015

THE VERY BEST OF PEPE THE FROG: Pepe the Frog Memes... "sad frog", "feels bad man", "smug frog", "Angry Pepe", Pepe & Wojak, "well meme'd" etc. etc. etc.

Pepe the frog "Pepe Brings the Memes" gif (created by an unknown genius)
UPDATE:  I think I found the original source of this amazing gif Pepe Brings the Memes



Unless you have been living out on a lily pad in a swamp somewhere, you are well aware that the Pepe the Frog meme has been sweeping the internets, goodness gracious, like a great ball of fire.




Pepe the frog meme (via the internets)



Pepe the Frog memes were inspired by the excellent artwork of Matt Furie via his comic Boy's Club.





the many faces of Pepe the frog (via the internets)




In this post, I am going to bring you what I believe are the best of the best Pepe the Frog memes I could find across the vast expanse of the internets.  I didn't make any of these myself.  All credit goes to the great unsung geniuses of the internets who create these masterpieces so that we may pass them on and all share them with each other.





Pepe theFrog and Wojak from the "feels" meme (hugging)




Pepe the Frog memes often feature a character known as "Wojak."





Pepe the Capitalist Frog





Wojak is named after the handle used by the first person to ever start a "feels" thread on an internet chat board.








Pepe and Wojak in "Saturday Night is No gf Tuesday" meme




The fellow who used the Wojak handle frequently lamented the fact he had no girlfriend or "no gf" during these "feels" threads.








(via the internets)  I don't know if this info is 1000% accurate, but it might help to clarify some of the confusion regarding WOJAK and PEPE memes




Pepe the Frog & Wojak Christmas meme




Pepe and Wojak Valentine's Day



Pepe and Wojak "Nobody, honey.  He's nobody." 





R.I.P. Wojac   goodnight, sweet prince



Pepe visit's Wojak's grave IN MEMORY OF THAT FEEL WHEN NO GF





Pepe the Frog blowing his horn gif





Wojak and Pepe





Pepe and Wojak on the Titanic



FEEL OUT BOY w/ Pepe and Wojak











Although Pepe famously uttered the phrase "feels good man" in Boy's Club, he is most often portrayed as being sad, angry, or smug.





sad Pepe rocking baby Wojak







Pepe sad frog having issues with body image in this creation by an unknown genius





an image of Pepe that was famously used in a Katy Perry tweet






Pepe the Frog in "Reasons to Live"





smug Pepe




angry Pepe





Pepe the Frog "the moment you realized..."





Pepe the Frog "call the cops"





Pepe the Frog FEELS BATMAN meme





sad Pepe "she's the heroine of your story but you're not even a side character in hers"





sad Pepe in the rain





artist's conception of Forever Alone Pepe the Frog





sad Pepe in outer space







Pepe the Frog has suddenly become the Elvis Presley of internet message boards...



Pepe will be kill unless you post in this thread


ahhh memes








And quite possibly the King of all the Internets.






smug Pepe in WELL MEME'D MY FRIEND




Le Sad Frog in WELL MEME'D movie poster






And that shall end this special emergency episode of the Jimmy Fungus Memecasting Network.



I hope you all enjoyed these memes as much as I did.






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17 comments:

  1. I've seen a lot of dank pepes in my time. I think it's pretty much become one of those things the internet does to death, but there are still some good ones out there. I didn't know that feels guy was called Wojak and that was why. That just adds a whole level of sadness.

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    1. Yeah, I always called him the "feels"guy, but doing the research for this "article" I stumbled upon the truth... and, I agree, it indeed does add yet another layer of melancholia to it all.

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  2. I don't believe frog poo looks anything like human poo, so the poo-poo meme left me baffled. However, this Pepe character reminds me of a 37-year-old woman who told me she was engaged to a man who reminded her of a frog when she first met him. Do you admire her for marrying a man who gave her such a first impression?

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    1. I heard that Joan Baez said Bob Dylan reminded her of a frog. To answer your question, it depends. If she was marrying him because he was a beautiful person on the inside, then yes. If she was marrying him because he was super wealthy or something like that, then not really.

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    2. I didn't ask her how wealthy he was, but I'd be surprised if he was more than middle income. I have an inkling of a suspicion that he was a funny guy, but I can't be sure. I now greatly regret not asking more questions about him. She was both very good looking and very well educated, BTW.

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    3. Ahhh. Well, if you ever get an opportunity to ask follow-up questions it would make interesting subject matter for one of your blog posts...

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  3. I haven't gotten too involved in memery before. That was my first explanation of Wojak and Pepe. Now I think I need a hug :(

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  4. Omg I've NEVER heard of Pepe the Frog. What does this mean for me? Am I getting OLD??? Eep!!!!!

    Lol at the one with the girl all like "who is that guy?"

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    1. You mean Glamour or Cosmopolitan haven't done any stories on Pepe???

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    2. No, not yet. Maybe I'll send them a tweet linking your page so they can be informed!!!

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    3. Ironically I was coming up with a plan at work to keep tweeting Ben Afleck until I pester him into helping me become famous. Only I don't think Ben Afleck has a twitter even... :/

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    4. Ben Afleck? I think you should hit up the Hemsworth brothers and send one of them over this way. I'll take either one. :)

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