Today we give you a short list of some of the great galleries from around the web. We scoured the internet for these great galleries and it took us a long time and if you don’t like it our feelings will be hurt, so we hope you enjoy. No pressure.
Let’s start out with everyone’s favorite, BuzzFeed. Here they are offering you the best photobombs of the year. They were right, these were the best that the year had to offer.
This gallery came to us by way of Smosh. These ironic pictures will make you appreciate irony on another level if you know what irony actually is. They’re curbstomping your sense of irony it’s so palpable.
NPR is ushering in Skynet with this gallery. They’re letting robots decide what humans should remember, sounds like a robo-commie plot to change our memories. Don’t trust NPR and their new robot overlords.
Even Costco is getting into the gallery business. This gallery didn’t do as well as their Nobel prize winner series, but much better than their “Racist Kittens” gallery.
People magazine has been tackling the big issues in the form of galleries since their inception in 1897. This gallery gives us some very important information about Kourtney Kardashian and her daring fashion. Really riveting stuff.
The New York Times gives us yearly galleries of their “Pictures of the Year”. If you’re not familiar, that’s a lot like Game of the Year, but much less interesting. Their most popular gallery is still their coverage of Kourtney Kardashian’s daring clothing, they tackled that way before People got to it.
College Humor knows what’s funny. This gallery alone will keep you awake with laughter, the kind of laughter that makes you need a nightlight because it’s just too damned funny.
The Onion, the voice of a generation, gives the world the hard hitting journalism that many had thought to be dead for decades. They don’t pull any punches and will make sure that you’re educated on the important topics.