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31 Work Memes For Everyone In The Struggle

Listen, we know it's almost a privilege to have a job right now. 2020 has messed with everyone's damn lives. But we don't live in a vacuum, and selling your soul to the capitalist overlords isn't exactly fun. We're still offering our bodies to provide menial tasks so we can (barely) afford the roof over our heads. And these work memes really capture how we feel about it.

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'80s Tidbits For Those Who Want A Little Stroll Down Memory Lane

These memes are for the oldest Millennials who were born in the '80s! Since literally all of us are getting depressed thinking about how old we're getting, we need some memes to help us feel better about it. And let's face it, the '80s and '90s were just a better time.

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Riots broke out in Baltimore on Monday following the funeral of Freddie Gray, with people looting shops, fighting each other and setting fires across the city in what CNN is describing as a “war zone.”

But not everyone is causing trouble.

Amid all the chaos, a Michael Jackson impersonator named Dimitri Reeves has been spotted dancing in the streets as part of a peaceful protest.

There are a number of different videos being passed around on social media of the guy blasting music and showing off his moves on top of a truck.

NBC reporter Shomari Stone posted the “Beat It” clip above on Twitter, and you can check out more of him below.

He’s also been retweeting shout outs from people thanking him for using his music to encourage peace and bring some joy to an otherwise dismal day.

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