Memes start out as one thing and take on a life of their own, whether they wind up connected to another prevailing theme in popular culture or creating a trend of their own. The trends of 2018 are certainly reflected in 2018's best memes, which highlight some of the funniest and most memorable moments of the year. The best memes of 2018 range from a singing child in a department store to an animated "pigeon" to an extremely frustrated professional athlete. Just like 2018, today's most popular memes reflect a glitching simulation. At least people know what to do with these glitches.
'American Chopper' Argument
This is the best version of this meme pic.twitter.com/QbAzw9ymEk— Katelyn Burns (@transscribe) April 4, 2018
On the reality TV show American Chopper, Paul Teutul Sr. and Paul Teutul Jr. engaged in a heated argument – an argument that has only gained steam as other people use it for their own debates.
When the customer asks to speak to the manager but the manager says the exact same thing you said pic.twitter.com/nM4SSa8al2— Sameer Mahan���� (@sameer_mahan) March 4, 2018
Another in a long list of Spongebob memes, Savage Patrick featuring a devious Patrick Star comes in handy when you are about to get away with doing something naughty.
Change My Mind
When conservative comedian Steven Crowder posted a photo of himself with a sign that read "Male privilege is a myth / Change my mind," people turned the stunt into a huge joke.
Disintegration Effect/I Don't Feel So Good
“Like Scoob, I don’t feel so good” pic.twitter.com/V5DWaPnAqB— V.RI (@VanillaRiceYT) April 30, 2018
A play on an infamous Avengers: Infinity War scene, "I don't feel so good" works in instances when someone bows out of something.