This week, we’re all looking for ways to create fun and memorable memes in our photos.
Here are the top ten memes you can use in your photo.
#MOMENT3MOMENTS You’ll notice that this meme has been used a lot, especially on Instagram.
The photo was shared in June 2017, and then used by President Donald Trump.
#moms day #moments In September 2017, Instagram user Katie Risling created this meme, which was shared over 1,400 times in a single day.
#moment3moms “Moments” is a hashtag that quickly became popular on Instagram when Trump was elected.
#Moment3Moments When Instagram user Katelyn Nadeau started making memes for the President, she quickly found out she was the first person in the world to use the phrase “moments” to describe the week.
#treatmomsday A meme that started circulating during the 2016 election cycle and has since gone viral, this is a photo of a child sitting on a couch with her mother holding a bottle of iced tea.
#pittsburgh mama “Pittsburgh mom” is the term used by many of the mothers who share their stories of being bullied by students and their school administrators.
#saturdaynightmomsmom This is a meme that was shared on Twitter in June 2018 by the wife of Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort.
#theweekendmother In August 2018, this meme was shared by Jill Filipovic, who shared it to show how hard she was working the day before.
#familyfun The meme is shared by an Instagram user who says she’s a family member, and she shared it with her family during the Christmas break in July 2018.
#caughtup After the election, this was shared to show that “caught up” meant that a story about the election wasn’t being shared, which led to an increased number of tweets about it.