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We are almost at the end of 2021, and this year is a lot better than the previous year. One of the few bright spots of 2020 was all of the extra time that we had to create iconic memes.

Below are the best memes of 2021 that we have collected for you. These memes are everywhere and has appeared on so many threads especially on Twitter.

Red Flags

The red flag meme may not have a fantastic concept in and of itself, but its mayfly existence is a fascinating encapsulation of the meme life cycle, according to Esquire.

First, you have your breakout hits. They tend to be easily legible to a massive number of people, so everyone knows the crack and with the format, tone and intent of the meme.

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This one is very simple. You say something that you do not believe in quote marks, and then whack a load of red flag emojis after the statements to imply this is a reason you should be extremely wary of the sentence.

Now everyone knows what they are doing with it, they toddle off and start, according to Vogue.

GB News

When Andrew Neil signed off from his two-week stint in the big chair at GB News, he told viewers that they ain't seen nothing yet but what he said was true, according to Reader's Digest.

After a strong showing in the ratings for the launch night, things rather went downhill. The sound was glitchy. The tech did not work. At one minute to showtime one evening, Neil was told by his director all the external comms were down, so he had no guests and had to fill, on his own, for at least an hour.

The studio was so badly lit it was hard to make out whether it was the guy from Coast railing against the bloody woke brigade destroying our heritage and more, or an archive clip of Rick Wakeman on "Grump Old Men."

Bean Dad

Back in January, John Roderick decided he would tweet about a bit of parenting he seemed quite proud of. His nine-year-old daughter did not know how to open a tin of beans, and he refused to help her. She did have to figure it out herself, while he live-tweeted what happened.

Naturally, this up-by-the-beanstraps approach to bringing up a child was met with mixed reviews. Bead dad became Twitter's main character for a couple of days. He was the archetype of a Machiavellian tyrant.

Anakin and Padme

One thing that we have been really missing in 2021 is an endlessly remixable meme format, a Marriage Story argument scene, a Man Phwoaring At Women in Front of Girlfriend. Now, we have this meme.

It was taken from the bit of Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones where Anakin and Padme exchange woo in a field while also discussing the relative merits of dictatorships and pluralist democracy, and specifically the bit where Anakin endorses totalitarianism.

Now, the meme is a handy way of pointing out when something you though was going to go well has actually spiralled into something deeply disappointing.

You can also check out doomscrolling to get to the best memes of this year.

There are also popular COVID-19 memes that you can check out.

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