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My affinity for hilarious facial hair and tinted glasses would have made me MILLIONS.

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Dank Memes That Make Fun Of All The Dumb Crap On The Internet, Starring Young Bill Gates

We're willing to bet that every once in a while, Bill Gates gets out of bed in the morning and has an "Oh God what have I done" kind of moment, regarding his contributions to technology. These memes poke fun at that sentiment, and more specifically they roast the totally moronic content that people on the internet (for some reason) find humorous in 2020. 

If you're in need of more dank content, we've rounded up last week's best dank memes here!

Funny dank memes showing Bill Gates saying, "It's amazing to think what great and exciting things people will be doing with PCs in 30 years" | Minecraft Ricardo Milos | Titanic woman yelling at a cat
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Ha! What a dumb title! There's no way that could be true.

But I want to watch just to see how dumb it is...

Hmm, okay, that's a decent point... but it's just one decent point!

Huh, well that's... wait, really?

Seriously? This is... What? You've got to be kidding me...

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The days when a desktop computer had one one-thousandth the hard drive capacity of your typical modern-day smartphone. Those were the days, indeed.

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Yeah. Made to advertise the release of Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 8, the ad features a character named Inori Aizawa, a "personification of Internet Explorer," fighting off killer robots (presumably with exoskeletons made of chrome. Subtle.).

The official Inori Aizawa Facebook page describes the character as:

"When I was younger, I used to be a clumsy, slow and awkward girl.

However, just like the story of ugly duckling, people told me that I have really matured and changed over the years. I feel confident in my abilities now, and I'm eager to show you what I can do.

Why don't you get to know me a little better?"

This isn't the first ad that Microsoft has been using the styles of anime: in September, they released a three-minute short of Ghost in the Shell characters using Surfaces. Chances are that they'll be making more of these types of ads in the future.

I, for one, was disappointed that the character wasn't named Inora the Explorer, but hey, you can't win 'em all, I guess...