Why use words when you can use a meme?
This year was ripe with viral quips—most of them inexplicable in their rise to fame, but inescapable nonetheless. Harambe aside (sorry, you won't see our fallen primate on this list), Arthur the aardvark saw a resurgence online in 2016, along with Kermit the Frog (or Tea Lizard, depending on what you feel like calling him) and Krusty the Krab.
But why should I keep talking about memes? Just experience them yourself! Click through to see the most overused memes of 2016.
Seeing your hero break down into joyful tears is always an odd thing to see, and that's why 2016 kept circulating the moment over and over and over and over and over...
Babies make the darndest faces...and the darndest memes. Lil' baby Ashton has no idea how famous he is.
Thanksgiving is all about the food, and so is Shirley Caesar, a preacher who was remixed into a hit song that spread throughout the Internet.