I don’t know about you, but I’m still laughing at Part 1; “can I eat that?” The great thing about creating these North Korean meme-fests is that we have really only scratched the surface of hilarious Kim Jong-un material; I think I’ve gathered enough awesomeness to last us at least ten more full posts. And what’s unbelievable is that these memes are generally done with the same still images! Could you imagine how much more material we would have if North Korea actually allowed a free media? Thinking about it just makes me smile. But enough prose; hit the link below as we unveil Part 2 of the Internet’s funniest Kim Jong-un memes!
In America’s military, once you complete your undergraduate degree you become eligible for a chance to earn a commission as an officer, and within a year or two, take command of a platoon of Marines or soldiers. In North Korea when you’re about the same age, if your daddy just so happens to be the dictator, you can take command of the starving country’s 1 million-man army. Kim Jong-un has recently toned down his nuclear-sized rhetoric lately (thanks to Dennis Rodman for his verbal diplomatic efforts: “Do me a solid, bro!”), but he will likely continue to be a thorn in the world’s side until this country, or everyone else on the planet decides enough is enough and conduct a good ol’ fashioned regime change. I think the main reason why the dude is still in power however is because Mr. Jong-un is so easy to meme on the Internet; it’s so easy in fact, that I’ve had to break this hilarious funny pic / meme-fest into multiple parts! Click the link below to get your laugh on, America!
God bless The Onion. My first experience with the Onion came in high school, when a buddy of mine brought one of their newspapers to school, and I’ve been hooked ever since. Although this video was released a couple years ago, it may have more relevance now than it did in 2011. Aside from going to the Onion’s website and looking at the publish date, what’s one way you can tell the video is at least a year old? Answer after the link.