Most Iconic Internet trends and memes of 2017

Featuring 60 pages of fun meme-inspired activities that makes you feel nostalgic of the days where you only had to stress about coloring within the lines.

Testimonials

it's a good book

guy that made it (@eggrolI)

You dropped out of college to make memes and now you want me to give a blurb for your coloring book? Why can’t you be a doctor like your cousins?

jason's mom

This book is canon. It’s only a matter of time before a copy of the Holy Meme Bible is found in every hotel room bedside table and meme disciples hand out copies by the million on the streets.

Taylor Lorenz, The Daily Beast

The Holy Meme Bible is what you'd get if you turned Twitter into a book, which is to say you will love it and hate it and probably also get really mad and maybe cry.

Jarry Lee, BuzzFeed

Bow down to Jason Wong, the great Lord of Meme. He has once again brought the holy meme word down from the Tumblr mount.

Jeremy Greenfield, senior editor, Reader's Digest

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How Long Will Delivery Take?

The book will be shipped out using the United States Postal Service. It will take 3-5 days for US based orders, and 7-21 days for outside of the US. Please check our shipping info on the bottom of this page for clarifications

What's the add guac option?

When you choose the option to add guac, you will receive a 7 inch long premium matte sticker of an avocado.

seriously. 

What's the Gluten Free/Vegan/Organic Option?

These options comes with a sticker that label them as organic, gluten free, or vegan respectively. The extra cost also goes to pay for our coffee so we can stay up and ship out all the books.

Do you ship to (my super duper neat country but is very far away)

We ship to every where in the world except North Korea. They don't really like us. 

Is this book safe for my grandkid that I love very much

Of course! All the graphics and language used in the book is PG-13. Email us for a senior discount! Let's make your grandkids happy.

If the gas station is 2 km away, and my dad can travel at 60 km/hr, why hasn't he returned from getting cigarettes for 6 years?

The gas station is 2km away going one way. Problem is he used Apple maps and it directed him the OPPOSITE way. The circumference of the planet is 39913.341 km and factoring in how slow vehicles go in the water it should be a few more years until he even reaches the store. The trip back is a whole other issue. If he comes back traveling against the rotation of the planet he might not actually ever get home.

Or assuming that your dad doesn’t use Apple maps, the only plausible answer is relativity. Time is relative according to Albert Einstein and your dad doesn’t want to be your relative. 

Why are you using dead memes in this book

aren't we all a little dead inside

2 years ago my ex gf told me i would never amount to anything. due to scientific limitations, how was she able to predict the future so accurately?

It's mathematics actually. When she said you would never amount to anything she was talking about the Limit as time t approaches infinity. For the countable future you will always be something it's just as time goes on you will approach not amounting to anything. But don't feel too good about yourself, even though you amount to something (all be it minuscule at this point) to predict that you were convergent to 0, you must have had a strong series of failure for her to make her model.

How do I tell my parents that I don't want to be a doctor anymore?

This is usually a tough conversation for a lot of people to have. If you grew up wanting to be a doctor because of strict parental expectations, you might not know what you want to do besides being a doctor. In confronting your parents, it could be difficult because you don't want to upset them or strain your relationship. However, if this career path is indeed not one that you are passionate about and enjoy, it is better to stop it now than later.

Talk to your parents in a calm and non-confrontational tone. At the end of the day, this is your future, and all parents just wants to see their children be healthy and in a secure career. Understand that your parents may force you to become a certain profession out of love and care, and that if you could prove to them that you can achieve the same objective of being healthy and in a secure career, perhaps they would be more understanding. 

Don't spend a majority of your time arguing, but rather listen to what they have to say. If you come off as aggressive, your parents might jump on the defensive side. Start the conversation in a calm tone and make the suggestion to change careers and see what they have to say about it. Evaluate their reasoning and try to see this from their perspective. Offer your own arguments for not wanting to be a doctor, and stress that you feel that continuing on this path would make you unhappy. Give them some positive points of what you are planning to do alternatively, and offer assurance that you will be equally safe and secure despite not going onto a career path that seem stable and comfortable.

When they ask you what you want to do, just tell them that you want to make meme coloring books for a living. 

6 was scared of 7 because 7, 8 ,9 but why did 7 eat 9?

Because you’re supposed to eat 3 squared meals a day.

What's your favorite color?

Blue