There is a lot of injustice in the world. There are also plenty of folks who don’t really know what that means, so they complain about little things on the internet using everyone’s favorite platform — memes! Since no one can stand hearing an argument go unopposed, most of the time memes that are against something or cast a certain behavior in a negative light have their fair share of detractors (also in meme form, of course).
Of course, this week’s matchup is a little different than the ones we’ve done so far. Previous examples focused on the right and wrong side of debates ranging from “does candy corn suck?” to “pineapple on pizza — yay or nay?” However, since Kermit the Frog is kind of a meme celeb these days, we went ahead and pit him against himself — much like the Evil Kermit meme already does. Only in this case, we’re looking to settle which meme is conducive to better jokes. Or, to simplify it even more, is it funnier to look the other way or internally debate your dark side? May the better meme win.
If you're at the gym, you're being watched.
You fail 100 percent of the time you don't try. But hey, more sleep!
That's of very little consolation.
...for you and you alone.
Who are you, the pants police?
The important thing is you grow (your arsenal of resentment) from the experience.
It's a dangerously cheesy game you're playing when you don't share.
This should end well.
And here's where Kermit starts getting mean.
What am I going to do, sit here not watching YouTube videos and have them get pulled before I ever see them? Unlikely.
Sounds like a conversation best suited for your next holiday gathering with family, no?
So that's what the inner workings of his brain consist of.
This flips the whole joke on its head (just doesn't really make it that much funnier).
But you don't have to say that last part.
Into my belly.
Two evil Kermits cancel out, right?
Must be green tea.
See, that title is exactly what good Fozzy was trying to avoid.
You'll get that reference when we announce our winner.
And every competition has its champion.
Well, that was a no-brainer. “But That’s None of My Business” memes are basically just the modern day version of tacking the Seinfeld catchphrase, “That’s a shame” onto an observation. Also, they tend to lean a lot more serious/offensive/racist as you really dig into them in search. However, Evil Kermit not only delivers consistent laughs, but as you’ve now seen, has evolved nicely with time, often branching out to two evil Kermits (or completely new characters/animals) for an added punch. Sounds like the clear-cut winner to us…
…but that’s none of our business.