To be honest, for this true crime meme to be accurate, there'd only be the evil Kermit, as we never pause to think we're being weird by talking to strangers about murder. crash1anding
Click for more funny memes, our community's best true crime memes, and our entire library of true crime memes.
While the feeling in this true crime meme is great, maybe don't get so stoked about homicide. Just a suggestion.
If you understand this true crime meme, then good for you but also, maybe it's time to take a break from all the murder shows.
We wish this true crime meme wasn't so accurate, but this is the sad reality we live every day as fans of this genre, as opposed to the expectation.
Unlike our totally healthy fascination with them. Having Dahmer and Gacy bedsheets is perfectly normal, right? Yup, this true crime meme doesn't have us worried at all.
While the situation in this true crime meme is exciting, be careful. There's a fine line between "expert" and "obsessed psychopath."
Honestly, the guy in this true crime meme would likely be better off if his girl was talking to other guys.
We're thinking about saving some time by just showing this true crime meme to our therapists.
While some may see this true crime meme as sad or hilarious, it just makes us want to call our moms.
We love burgers, but thanks to this true crime meme, we're gonna be extra suspicious about what the patties are made of from now on.
Ted Bundy really did just saunter out of prison multiple times just like SpongeBob in this true crime meme. Seriously, how did this happen more than zero times?
Is it a problem that we're Johnny Bravo in this true crime meme and get mildly excited when we hear about a murder because we know the eventual podcast about it is gonna be lit?
Honestly, while the joke in this true crime meme is hilarious, you shouldn't be attracted to killers no matter how hot they are. You know, because they're killers.
We laughed at this true crime meme, realized we've done this every day for the past decade and then realized we may have a problem.
We don't even need to be high to be as confident in our sleuthing skills as Elon in this true crime meme. You listen to enough podcasts, you start thinking you're Sherlock Holmes.