The Greatest Occupy Memes Taking Over the Internet
Like any great thing, Occupy Wall Street and the nation-wide 99 Percent movement have insipired a handful of wonderful Internet memes—perfect for trolling on your smartphone while occupying Zuccotti Park, your local city hall, or your campus. They'll make you laugh, inspire you to work on income inequality issues, and coo at adorable small animals. We've compiled a few of our favorites here:
It's official, folks—George Washington has joined the Occupy movement.
Just in time for the fall fashion season, the red-print facts and figures about the 99 Percent flatters the nation's first president, contrasting with the dull green of the dollar bill.
Want to give Mr. Washington a makeover on your bills? It's easy as printing the designs and taping them to standard-issue bills—and far too chic for the 1%.
We're not the only ones howling at Wall Street—these canines and felines have started to protest against the fat cats running Wall Street and the bad dogs of corporate America.
Wait, the 1% has the ring? This explains a lot. Ready your weather-worn tent and picket sign, Frodo. (P.S. Mordor = code word for Zucotti Park)
The cookie jar is lookin' empty, and we all know Big Bird couldn't fit his wing in there.
So, who stole the cookies from the cookie jar? Wall Street's hands are looking pretty dirty...
May the force be with you, Occupiers.
While the Occupy movement has spread its reach far and wide, its ultimate success has been its takeover of the Internet—yes, the cyber world has been compromised thanks to Occupy the URL, which lets you turn any website into your own personal protest site.
BRB—g2g #occupy @theinternet.
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