Midwest Memes: 40 Gems Capturing Our Flyover Feels

40 Midwest Memes That Prove We're All Just Suffering From the Same Beige Existence

Ah, the Midwest. Land of endless cornfields, casserole hotdishes that defy culinary logic, and that awkward politeness that makes passive aggression an Olympic sport. But hey, at least we have a shared sense of humor to cope with the endless winters, the soul-crushing humidity, and the existential dread that sets in when you realize the only "hills" you'll ever see are glorified bumps. Buckle up, buttercup, because this hilarious collection of midwest memes is about to drag you kicking and screaming into a relatable abyss of sardonic self-awareness.

Get ready for a visual tour of everything you love (and secretly hate) about the Midwest. We've got Midwest memes about that passive-aggressive niceness we mentioned earlier, perfectly encapsulated in the side-eye of a disapproving casserole. You'll see images that capture the struggle of navigating pothole-infested roads with the grace of a drunken roller skater, all while questioning the very existence of "hotdish" (is it a stew? A casserole? A culinary abomination?). And of course, we can't forget the existential dread of endless cornfields stretching out to the horizon, punctuated only by the occasional abandoned gas station and a stray tumbleweed.

Endlessly driving through this collection of midwest memes was like taking a trip down memory lane, except instead of nostalgic joy, you're filled with a strange mix of amusement and existential dread. You've chuckled at the relatable content, like every meme about using "ope" as a universal language, and groaned at the all-too-real truths. But hey, at least you know you're not alone in your midwestern misery.

Don't worry, we've got plenty of content to distract you from the midwest memes experience (or maybe fuel your existential crisis further). Expand your brain with a variety of silly memes about the US, or marvel at what the world thinks about the little things Americans do. Until next time, folks. Stay weird, stay salty, and keep on scrolling.

Phil is one of the co-founders of Thunder Dungeon (the short one). As a result he spends his time simultaneously on the internet and in a dark, windowless room.

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