Most people who are familiar with the Cheezburger Network know that LOLcats are its speciality. But did you know that there’s a lot more great content to it than just cute cats with adorably misspelled captions? The Cheezburger Network owns several other entertaining websites deeply rooted in Internet culture. Check them out below.
1. LOLcatsFor those of you who don’t know, I Can Has Cheezburger started by featuring its icononic “LOLcat” blog series, which involved cute photos of cats or kittens submitted by viewers coupled with funny captions. Back in 2007, LOLcats were all the rage. They’re still pretty popular today, and helped create the foundation that the site needed to grow its fan base. Today, the Cheezburger network includes several other popular sites on the web in addition to LOLcats.
2. ROFLrazziThis section focuses on celebrity-related humor. If there’s a funny image or GIF somehow related to somebody who is famous, you can probably find it on ROFLrazzi -- I Can Has Cheezburger’s dedicated channel to celebrity, entertainment and pop culture memes. It’s a nice change from all those LOLcats every once in a while.
3. MemebaseMemebase is your ultimate resource for new and popular memes. Of course if you’re not familar with Internet memes, be sure to check out our Internet Memes 101 article for a breakdown. All you really need to know is that Membase is full of hilarious images submitted by people form all over the Internet.
4. Fail BlogThe Fail Blog is another image-based blog that gained worldwide Internet recognition years ago, continuing to flourish still today. The Fail Blog showcases images that feature noticeably unwanted situations -- classified as huge and obvious failures. Some of them are insanely funny, and it’s easy to see how the “Fail” meme really took earlier on in the social media era.
5. FailbookSimilar to the Fail Blog, Failbook is entirely based on the weird and unfortunate content that gets shared on Facebook. Facebook is one of the biggest social networking sites on the web, and the people who use it can often end up sharing some pretty unfortunate status updates, photos and other information on their profiles. Some of these people are lucky enough to end up on Failbook.
Internet memes and their history -- including origin, timelines, and related memes. If you want to know the story behind any particular Internet meme, Know Your Meme is probably the place you should look first.
The Daily What on Tumblr, and it’s great if you want to stay up-to-date on interesting topics and weird headlines.