Memes are literally everywhere you look, but if you’re specifically searching for memes there are tons of websites that pretty much specialize in them. Here is our list of the top 9 websites you can rely on for some great memes.
Everyone shares memes, and Facebook is the easiest place to access these memes without going to a site you wouldn’t normally visit. You can even use the search function in Facebook to search for something, like “Disney hipster princesses” or whatever type of meme you want.
Same with Facebook, this site is one of the most popular places to share a meme. Check out what other people have to share, and you can even click through to the source to see if you find anything on the site where the meme came from.
Tumblr is mostly an image, video, and GIF based social media platform. Instead of lengthy word posts like on Facebook, Twitter, etc., Tumblr is specifically aimed at sharing images between followers. This is probably the best place to find memes that you can “reblog,” or repost to your own wall.
This is probably the King of Memes website. Everyone creates and shares memes on Reddit, and it allows you to comment and share the posts in ways that people can see your comments. Be prepared to follow down the Internet Rabbithole if you look on this site – and be prepared to be laughing hysterically at all the memes and their comments.
This site ranks images based on their popularity, or how “viral” they are across the Internet. It’s also a great way to find, share, save, and post your own memes to get them shared. Imgur has a lot of stuff that isn’t a meme yet, but tons of potential for creating your own.
This website has a way to “like” the memes that you want to see again, and “dislike” the ones you don’t think are funny. This is fun if you’ve got a few minutes to fall down the Internet Rabbithole, and you’re likely to find a new meme to share on your social media.
If you’re really into nerdy stuff (no judgment), this is the meme site for you. Lots of anime and comic book jokes for those who love that kind of stuff. If you’re just looking for funny memes that are simple to get, this might not be the site for you.
This is an interesting website because it lets you break down your memes into categories, based on interests and subtypes. That’s commitment to meme making and sharing, if you ask us.
While sharing is still a little iffy on Instagram, it’s an awesome platform for finding memes that are hilarious. You can follow certain people to only get certain types of memes, which is great because it’s customizable to your interests. Instagram also requires photo creds so that plagiarism isn’t an issue.