Most memes live and die quickly on the Internet — they're popular until no one gives a sh*t anymore because they've found the next picture of an even cuter dog wearing glasses. But every so often, one will stick around for months, which in Internet terms is a lifetime, if not years. I can't even count how high of a real-life number that is. Comedy Central has begun releasing clips from the upcoming season of "Futurama" (which is back June 20), a show that's produced one of the most well known and long-lasting memes out there, "Not Sure If." Along with Fry's ever-useful indecision, here are 9 other memes that originated from TV shows.
Meme: "Stupid Ned Stark"
Use: To highlight someone doing something honorable, rather than wise or smart
Meme: "Surprise Motherf*cker"
Episode: "Born Free" (S01E12)
Use: To surprise a motherf*cker
Meme: That's a Paddlin'
Episode: "The PTA Disbands" (S06E21)
Use: To make fun of strict rules from an unjust authority figure
Meme: "'60s Spider-Man"
Use: For plain and simple LOL'z
Episode: "Asspen" (S06E02)
Use: To advise against hasty decisions, which will ultimately lead to a bad time
Meme: Sad Don Draper
Episode: "The Suitcase" (S04E07)
Use: For when your EMOTIONS are just TOO MUCH
Episode: "A Lady in Pink" (S01E01)
Use: For when someone does something against their sexual orientation, then gets self-conscious about it
Meme: Better Drink My Own Piss
Episode: "Kimberley, Australia" (S01E13)
Use: Situation seem hopeless when it really isn't? Better drink your own piss.
Use: To celebrate not being the father of a human being