The Internet's Best Reactions to Super Bowl 2014: Hillary Clinton, PornHub and More

In his book published in 1976 titled The Selfish Game, Richard Dawkins coined the term "meme" to mean "an idea, behavior, or style that spreads from person to person within a culture."

Today's generation use memes to digest literally everything. The Internet is full of pictures covered in giant script, and most of them say terrible and funny things. It's the only way we can make sense of the world around us in 2014.

The Super Bowl is no different, and between all these memes, tweets and short video clips, everything you need to know about Super Bowl XLVIII can be divined.

See also: The Best and Worst Super Bowl Commercials

10. Oatmeal

If The Oatmeal isn't one of your favorite blogs, figure it out. This is both adorable and accurate.

9. The Simpsons

This clip from season 8 just became entirely too relevant.

8. Jesus loves him, this we know

And he got his own commercial spot, too?

7. Seattle's rioting in the streets

Does this mean we all have to start listening to grunge again?

6. 1994

And it already looks like it's about to fall to pieces.

5. Mommy dearest

We cannot stop laughing.

4. That awkward moment when...

The minute you get a tattoo of something you love, it's destined not to work out.

3. Hillary Clinton's Tweet

She's reaching across the aisle with a big, fat middle finger.

2. Pornhub's Tweet

Probably one of the sickest burns we've ever witnessed. It's definitely going to leave a scar.

1. "Investigate 9-11"

They told us to "never forget." This makes absolutely no sense, and that's why we love it.

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