The 10 Best Memes We've Been Graced with in 2018 (So Far)

Eating tide pods, FTW.

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If you can somehow believe we're only in the second month of 2018, here's your reminder that a Super Bowl performer has already decided to take a selfie with a 13-year-old in the middle of a performance (thanks, Justin Timberlake) and two new Kardashian children have entered the world. Add them together plus eight more iconic moments, and the internet's meme addiction is fueled yet again. See our list of 2018's best and funniest memes (so far) below.

Tide Pods

Remember when all of the goodness left in the world was stripped away from us when teens started eating Tide Pods?

Though New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski managed to fulfill his lifelong duty of stopping the Tide Pod eating trend:

Google Arts and Culture Selfies

If you could figure out how to use the Google Arts and Culture app to see your art history doppelgänger, you've likely seen the internet take it one step further.

The Michaela Coel Scene from Black Mirror

BAFTA award-winning actress Michaela Coel appeared in the Netflix original series Black Mirror, and people couldn't stop making a meme out of the scene of her in the first episode of season four "USS Callister" where she plays Shania Lowry.

Smug Cheerleader

"Smug Cheerleader" just so happens to be 13-year-old Ryan Cummings from North Carolina. All she wanted was for her team "to kill it" at their cheerleading competition...and here we are.

Justin Timberlake's Man of the Woods Album Cover

Poor Justin Timberlake can't catch a break with the release of his newest album, Man of the Woods. We're calling it the "Best Memed Album of the Year."

Cardi B's Conversation with Guiliana Rancic on the Grammys Red Carpet

If you watched the 2018 Grammys red carpet in real time, you likely felt just as confused as Cardi B while she was talking to E! News Correspondent Guiliana Rancic.

Blue Ivy Telling Her Parents to Settle Down at the Grammys

Another meme-worthy moment from the biggest night in music. Six-year-old Blue Ivy is clearly the most dominant member of the Carter household, advising her parents Beyoncé and Jay-Z to calm down while applauding a performance at the 2018 Grammys.

The Super Bowl "Selfie Kid"

When Justin Timberlake stopped to take a selfie with a young kid during the Super Bowl half time show, fans lost it (for obvious reasons), and "selfie kid" became a meme sensation within minutes.

Of course, Ellen then surprised selfie kid Ryan McKenna, 13, with a phone call from Justin Timberlake on her show. (We can't tell if he was more emotional from the phone call or Timberlake in the flesh.) "Yes, all of the memes...I've seen those," he tells Ellen.

Kylie Jenner's Baby as a Kylie Lip Kit

Following Kylie Jenner's confirmation of her pregnancy, she then revealed the name of her and Travis Scott's daughter, Stormi Webster, with an Instagram of Stormi holding Jenner's hand. Those who know Kylie seemingly associate her with her lip kits and, well, you know what happens next.

Friends 2018: What Could Have Been

When people thought the fake trailer for a Friends reboot was real and then the memes became a meme. #SoMeta


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Rachel Epstein

Rachel Epstein is a writer, editor, and content strategist based in New York City. Most recently, she was the Managing Editor at Coveteur, where she oversaw the site’s day-to-day editorial operations. Previously, she was an editor at Marie Claire, where she wrote and edited culture, politics, and lifestyle stories ranging from op-eds to profiles to ambitious packages. She also launched and managed the site’s virtual book club, #ReadWithMC. Offline, she’s likely watching a Heat game or finding a new coffee shop.