In the late-1990s Bill Cosby hosted a television show that showcased children giving hilarious answers to simple questions. The show was called, “Kids Say The Darndest Things“.
The modern internet era could breed a show of its own using funny pictures accompanied by comical captions—generally called memes. Title the show, “Pictures Say The Darndest Things” and give it a funny host like Ced the Entertainer or Kevin Hart, you might have a syndicated hit.
Some people find humor in taking photos of their friends and making them into memes. Some pictures succeed, some fail.
Oklahoma City Thunder guard Jeremy Lamb may have had one of the most successful attempts at turning a picture of someone he knew into an internet meme. His caption, though crude, truly makes sense of teammate Perry Jones III’s facial expression.
— J Lamb (@jlamb) April 10, 2014
Jones’ response completed the image, complete with comic book font and a thought bubble for Lamb.
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