What epic absurdity have Russian dashboard cameras captured this time? Just another truck crashing in an unnamed town in Russia. That’s what you might think, until the cargo of said truck reveals itself to be piles and piles of cows — bovines spilling and scattering across the road.
Remarkably, most of those cows seem fairly resilient, standing up and acting pretty, well, cow-like after the horrible trauma. Oh, and I hope the driver is OK. [YouTube via Reddit]
In our post-meme culture, context is the enemy of humour, and so, the enemy of the meme. Sometimes, it's up to the shitposters to preserve the meme's endangered absurdism. People have been juxtaposing meme tropes for ages (not just in the wake of Harambe, as some people think), but the great boon to internet nonsense has been the rise of bots. Its shining star is ShitpostBot 5000.
I hope there's plenty of time before your next costume party, so you can order magical props and decor like this animated spellbook with a moving quill that appears to magically write spells all on its own.