daily Meme fix
daily Meme fix

Hey there! You said you would spend only 10 minutes on the Internet for entertainment and here you are 2 hours later scrolling endlessly. Let’s not worry about that now and these are my personal top 5 websites to go to to get your daily meme fix.

Daily Meme Fix Website Lists:

1. Mix.com

The concept of this site is based on the legacy of stumbleupon.com. For those of you who are unfamiliar with stumbleupon.com, it was the simplest way to discover different contents on the Internet based on your interest. On Mix, you swipe across a series of recommended pages on the basis of your interests. As of June 30, 2018, all of stumbleupon.com accounts have been transferred to mix.com. So, just create an account on mix.com using your Facebook, Twitter or Google+ account and find new interesting content every day.

2. Iwastesomuchtime.com

As the name suggests, if you are trying to do something productive today and want to mess it up, then this is the site for you. While creating this section of the post, I spent about 30 minutes before writing up the first sentence. There is also an interactive community and you can also submit your posts. This site is the equivalent of binge-watching Game of Thrones series in a single day.

3. 9gag.com

Probably one of the most recognizable sites for memes out there. You can also log in into the site to upload your own daily meme fix. The website is simple to use and the content uploaded will make you want to scroll down for hours on end. There are a variety of categories to choose from memes to interesting videos. The constant upload of memes will help you keep up with the latest trends as well.

4. Collegehumor.com

CollegeHumor is a comedy-based website with daily original videos and articles. It produces original comedy videos under the CH Originals banner and has a large collection of user submitted viral videos. In addition to it, the website posts original articles and photos from the staff and users, including humorous essays, comics, interviews and weekly columns on sports, video games, college life, and dating. Its sister website is Dorkly.com which mainly focuses on video games and video game parodies.

5. Memecenter

MemeCenter is a humor-based and community website founded on January 1st, 2012. The site focus lies mainly in common repetition of popular images and memes, such as “rage comics”, along with original content from various users and artists. MemeCenter allows its users to easily generate and share memes on the website through a variety of tools. Users are ranked on the basis of upvotes received from other users on a daily/monthly/yearly basis.

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