May 2018

And that’s why he’s “The INCELlectual”

by Joey deVilla on May 24, 2018

This has got to be the best unwitting summary of Jordan Peterson’s fanbase I’ve seen.


It’s a (REALLY) terrible week to be Jared Kushner

by Joey deVilla on May 21, 2018

It hasn’t been a good week to be Jared Kushner in quite some time, but this week is especially terrible to be America’s best-known failson.

First, there’s the release of the much-anticipated Deadpool 2, which features the great Jared Kushner gag described as follows:

The joke comes early in the film when Deadpool is on his first mission as an X-Men trainee. He’s trying talk down a young mutant named Russell Collins aka Firefist (Julian Dennison), who has broken out of the Essex House for Mutant Rehabilitation and is threatening to use his powers on the people front of that orphanage.

Deadpool quickly realizes that Russell has been abused by Essex House staff — and from that point on Deadpool refers to the people who work there as pedophiles. During the standoff, Deadpool asks Russell which one of the Essex House workers hurt him.

He doesn’t know any of their names, of course, so when Deadpool points at one particularly pale and slimy-looking guy who appears to be the headmaster’s right-hand man, he asks Russell, “Was it Jared Kushner?”

The resemblance between the aforementioned right-hand man — Head Orderly Frye, played by Canadian actor Nikolai Witschi — and Kushner is uncanny:

The Deadpool 2 jab is only the cherry on the sundae; the ice cream is the set of writeups from his Harvard classmates in the 15th Anniversary Report of the class of 2003.

Harvard claims that the 15th Anniversary Report dates back to the 1800s and is meant to “encourage alumni to maintain connections with each other.” As you might expect, it usually reads like LinkedIn for the privileged, but this year, it’s a very different creature, as Kushner is from the class of 2003. As Boston Magazine’s Spencer Buell writes:

So what might otherwise have been a largely unreadable collection of self-congratulation has this year become a sort of Ivy League burn book, where everything about Kushner—the tax-deductible $2.5 million his parents paid to smooth his path into the college, his inability to grow facial hair—gets a thorough and erudite roasting.

The roasting would’ve remained relatively obscure if not for the heroic work of’s Ben Wikler, who brought it to light via Twitter:

I’ve taken the photos of the 15th Anniversary Report’s jabs at Kusher and posted them below. Enjoy!


I’m not done meme-ing “BBQ Becky” yet…

by Joey deVilla on May 16, 2018

Don’t get the joke? See this article of mine, and this piece on Rachel Dolezal.


Meanwhile, in Wakanda…

by Joey deVilla on May 15, 2018

Credit goes to @RzstProgramming for this one!

Don’t get the joke? See my previous article, and the one before that.


If Rosa Parks’ bus ride happened today…

by Joey deVilla on May 15, 2018

Credit goes to @michaelschweitz for this one!

Don’t get the joke? See my previous article.

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Don’t get the joke? See this article: Woman Calls Police on Black Family for BBQing at a Lake in Oakland., and the video below:


Whatever happened to “Success Kid”?

by Joey deVilla on May 10, 2018

Photos: Then (Success Kid, holding up his fist in victory) and Now (Thanos, wearing the infinity gauntlet).

Actually, here’s what Success Kid — real name Sammy Griner — looked like as of last year:

Photo: Sammy Griner holding a painting of the 'Success Ki' meme.

Still adorable.