I didn’t want to ruin Christmas for you, so I saved this until a time when it’s okay to imagine Santa as a hellspawn.
This single-topic blog seems to be slowly spreading. Despite over 260 entries and a shoutout from Sega’s Twitter account, it only hit 3,000 followers yesterday, but it’ll obviously be huge by next month.
‘Tis the season to be bitter. Scumbag Santa is an advice animal meme that reveals Santa Claus for the asshole he is.
The meme was first posted 3 months ago on Reddit, where Christmas (among other things) comes early:
After poring over pages of this meme, I learned something about you guys. You are still angry at Santa for making out with your mom and eating your cookies, you never got that really cool present you asked for, you think Santa is too judgmental and is engaged in class warfare, and you think jokes about Santa’s sack are hilarious.
Here are the top Quickmeme Scumbag Santas, followed by seven of my own.
Dave Seger knows that covering people with slimy foodstuffs is a reliable crowd-pleaser.
Slacktory loves Uncastable, the web series of nightmare auditions, so much that we’re publishing two episodes ourselves.
Last time, Nick Douglas rang in the season for savings. Today, Uncastable co-creator Mike Lacher goes digital.
It’s a guy re-enacting the famous video of the mannequin flailing around L.A.
Ryan Gosling blogs mostly follow the format of the original, three-year-old Fuck Yeah! Ryan Gosling: “Hey girl, blah blah blah.” There are so many of them that there’s a blog just dedicated to finding and cataloging them, run by the Daily Dot.
The first spinoff, Feminist Ryan Gosling, came out this October.
It’s over 4 minutes and it still feels cramped and skimpy (but excellent!). It leaves out Ted Williams the golden-voiced hobo, Asians in the Library, Jim Carrey’s creepy message to Emma Stone, Benton, and probably a million people misbehaving on trains. And yet it catches dozens of things that other year-in-virals montages missed. That’s how huge our weird little internet has gotten.
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