They called her middle class, but the new Duchess of Cambridge reveals her inner snob in Kate Middleton for the Win.
You can almost hear Ryan Gosling saying, "Hey, girl, sorry my shirt fell off," right?
Imma let you finish, but Interrupting Kanye West (a riff on the rapper's 2009 VMA encounter with Taylor Swift) was one of the best memes of all time!
Snooki Bomber places the pint-size guidette everywhere from Tiananmen Square to the original cast of 90210.
Tim Tebow's spiral may suck, but the QB's habit of on-field genuflection turned his name into a verb.
Keanu Reeves' Mona Lisa-like ambiguity has sparked memes like Sad Keanu and Conspiracy Keanu.
Five words: Nicolas Cage Losing His Shit.
At the Royal Wedding, Princess Beatrice's hat was a fashion faux pas; online, it's a portal to another dimension.
Survivalist Bear Grylls once drank his own piss—an act the Internet will never let him forget.
Canadian singer Carly Rae Jepsen's "Call Me Maybe" has been sung by Colin Powell, lip-synced to by Harvard's baseball team (pictured), and lampooned by the Cookie Monster.
Dos Equis cast Jonathan Goldsmith as The Most Interesting Man in the World; the Internet turned his character into one of the weirdest.
Internet elves used a photo taken by Blake Boston's mom to recast the aspiring rapper as Scumbag Steve, an archetypal high-school stoner.
A Photoshopped image of model Cole Mohr holding a sign telling girls not to be insecure (top) prompted girls to hold their own signs offering him advice.
Chris Crocker's overwrought plea to "Leave Britney Alone" made him one of the first YouTube stars.
In 1793, French painter Joseph Ducreux depicted himself in an MC-like pose; today, he spits "Archaic Rap" lines like "Disregard Females, Acquire Currency."
Rebecca Black's "Friday," a tone-deaf ode to the day you "gotta get down," was mocked by the Internet and covered by Katy Perry.