Everybody loves LOLcats---you know, those witty combinations of humorous pictures and broken cat-English captions that have been taking the internet by storm ever since their invention in the mid-to-late Zero-ies---but as with any art form, the longer they exist, the more controversial they need to be to continue to attract attention. Here are just a few examples which suggest that, in an effort to stay relevant and "edgy," the phenomenon of LOLism may have crossed the line:
The main benefit of watching TV is seeing the plight of sad bastards who aren't you.
The 'wellness' market is thriving right now.
Most people have a pretty basic idea of what it's like to be a parent.
There's no shortage of downright absurd conspiracy theories out there.