LOL JesusPeople see Jesus everywhere, from pieces of toast, Cheetos and dog's butts, to dental scans (like the ones on this list). So naturally, the internet has become one huge platform for poking fun of the world's most vocal religion. The following memes are the best of that.
The LOL Jesus meme is simple in execution: take a picture of jesus from an old children's book or pamphlet, and make it funny by giving it a caption using stupid internet slang.
LOL JESUS was born in the manger of 4Chan's image boards, son of the God of the internet (aka the early, pre-YouTube internet crowd) that was basically doing Photoshop manipulations of everything under the sun, including, of course, Jesus and the Christian faith. Undoubtedly, manipulations of the Lord Jesus Christ were going to be some of the first things to get made fun of on the internet after everyone stopped downloading Napster songs.
For more of LOL Jesus, go here.
Raptor JesusRaptor Jesus is one of the oldest, greatest internet memes of all time. Much like a lot of the greatest, and most offensive, things on the internet, Raptor Jesus was born on 4Chan.
It was a meme that originated with a really dumb, crudely photoshopped picture of a Jurassic Park style Velociraptor superimposed onto Jesus's body in the context of stylistic religious drawings, sometimes with captions added. That's it. And it ended up taking off. The crude Photoshop jobs and how simplistic, base and childish the humor of the meme really is, are all factors of what make this meme so great.
The fact that Raptor Jesus always talks like a young teenage gamer/LOLCAT is what gives him his charm.
Also, he's kind of a dick.
And the captions started:
For more Raptor Jesus, check out this round-up of The Very Best of the Raptor Jesus Meme.
Jesus is a JerkThe "Jesus is a Jerk" meme is also sometimes characterized as the "Jesus is a Dick" meme or the "Assh*le Jesus" meme. It's a set of images originally featured on the website of a man who drew them in 1987 because he's insane. The series is called "With You Always". Here's the explanation:
"The enclosed images are from 11×14 pencil drawings that are the result of an undertaking that began when I was 50 years old. I was awakened in the middle of the night with a clear, vivid impression that the Lord wanted me to do some special drawings -- drawings depicting ordinary people in their everyday environment . . . . with one important addition: the presence of Jesus Christ and His involvement in those routine activities."
So this well-meaning, kind-hearted, probably wonderfully nice psychopath made a bunch of drawings of a kind of creepy, ghost-like Jesus.
And then the internet put captions on the pictures.
In this meme, Jesus is featured accompanying various Christians throughout their every day activities and saying horrifyingly insensitive things. It's wonderful.
Here are some examples of this:
Jesus Take the WheelJesus Take the Wheel is a meme that's really more of a commonly occurring phrase in image macros, and more often rage comics. Stemming from making fun of the popular song by Carrie Underwood titled Jesus Take the Wheel (linked above, unfortunately) about letting God take control of your life, people started putting Jesus into situations where he's literally taking the wheel.
Storytime JesusJesus has a lot to say. So this meme is one of the most quickly viral on the list, because it basically paraphrases events from the Bible in a casual tone.
Using an image of Jesus giving a sermon, this a caption meme poking fun at how conversational and laid back Jesus looks in this particular picture, all while making him use everyday/internet slang.
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