"Memes" Were A Category On A Gameshow And The Internet Went Insane
13 January 2017, 16:17 | Updated: 8 May 2017, 17:09
Finally, a game show we could win!
If one of your high-key aspirations in life isn't to appear on a gameshow and win a ton of money then you're doing it completely wrong.
For all those with the golden dream, something magical happened last night (Jan 12) that will make you scream with joy. The famous gameshow Jeopardy served up some categories on the latest episode that sent Twitter into an absolute meltdown. Yes, you guessed it. All the names of the categories in the game were names of famous memes.
The categories included "What colour is the dress?", "Keyboard Cat", "Yas Queen", "Dad Bod" and "'Me'mes".
the jeopardy categories are memes pic.twitter.com/uTdsyhiAiT— liz (@br0adgay) January 13, 2017
Needless to say, every single meme lover's dream came true.
The entire first board of Jeopardy tonight was devoted to memes and I couldn't handle it!!— Emily DeLetter (@EmilyDeLetter) January 13, 2017
I can't believe that I am hearing middle aged people mispronounce "yas" and "memes" on jeopardy— zerø (@cerebralthund3r) January 12, 2017
i lived to see memes as a jeopardy category.— ~Tanookimatt~ (@TuxedoBros) January 13, 2017
Just when we were getting hyped to sit down and challenge ourselves by answering the quiz questions and prove that we could take home the maximum prize money, it turns out that NONE of the questions behind each category had anything to do with memes AT ALL. *cries* So, we've created five special Meme Jeopardy questions especially for you. Can you score five out of five?
Dank Memes for $200:
Dank Memes for $400:
Dank Memes for $600:
Dank Memes for $800:
Dank Memes for $1000:
Answers: 1) What is Damn Daniel? 2) What is Crying Jordan? 3) What is Arthur's Fist? 4) What is Pepe The Frog? 5) What is Harambe?