50 Of The Best Damn Photos On The Internet Today


What’s up, gentlemen? We are back again for another roundup of the best memes on the Internet. Now that we’re into 2020 I’ll be pulling the best new memes aka 2020’s best memes each day. This marks the umpteenth year in a row that I’ve been publishing a roundup of the Best Damn Photos on the Internet each and every day and I’m glad you guys are still along for the ride!

If you come across any memes in your daily life that you think are good enough to be featured here then you can always shoot them over my way. You can find me here on BroBible of course but you can get in contact with me on Twitter at @casspa or via email at cass@brobible.com, whatever’s easiest for you works fine for me.

If you enjoyed this collection of 2020’s best memes then be sure to share it with your friends! Now let’s get to the good stuff…

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Derek Warwick at the 1990 Portuguese Grand Prix

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A painful experience. (u/rEeeEEEEeeeeEekj)

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You should be following @bringbackdialup

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Fernando Alonso at the 2012 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

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God bless emails and texts.

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Masterpiece! Credit: @adam.the.creator

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Ah shirt, here we go again. (u/Radish00)

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Riccardo Patrese at the 1991 Portuguese Grand Prix

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Same as it ever was

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Who makes more money tho?? (via /u/orangehop)

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Can you imagine how good that hour will smell?

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Alain Prost at the wheel of his 1987 McLaren MP4/3

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If you want guacamole, the price goes up by $50k

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1/10 – After ten days, we arrive at number one. For me personally, this is the best photo I ever made. This image is special to me for many reasons and even afters 3 years, I still look at it and immediately wonder if I'll ever be able to top it. The dark clouds in the distance. A Martini 917 in the front that's looking right at you with its headlights. In the cockpit, Claudio Roddaro is behind the wheel which you can just make out. However, it wasn't a case of seeing the car, setting myself down, take a picture and move on. Classic Endurance Race Cars were gathering to go on track at Dijon-Prenois during the Grand Prix de l'Age d'Or. Roddaro in the 917 was one of them. He was parked on the pre-grid in between many others. Other cars were standing both behind, in front, to the left and to the right of him, but I saw an opportunity and was fortunately equipped perfectly to capture it. I had a Contax G1 with a 90mm lens on it, and Kodak Portra 160 in it. A legendary camera known for its insane sharpness combined with a very fine grain film of extreme quality. The only thing that could go wrong was my incapability of making the shot. The Contax G1 also has auto-exposure and auto-focusing, something I relied on heavily here and something which allowed me to actually even think about making this shot. With that in mind I positioned myself right in front of the line out of which the 917 would emerge. I aimed the lens in between two poles of a safety barrier and sat myself down. I compositioned the shot and made sure I knew how and when to focus. I saw someone giving the sign that the cars could take off. The first line quickly responded and the cars drove off one after another. Next was Roddaro's line. The first and second car quickly drove off. As if Claudio knew my being there and realized the significance of the 2 seconds I had to make that shot, he seemed to slowly drive right at me. I compositioned rapidly, the camera focused in an instant and I clicked the shutter. Despite all my other photographs, this remains the most challenging shot to date and one with a result that speaks for itself. It's a moment on which anticipation and pure luck aligned perfectly.

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For the late night crowd. (via @grapejuiceboys)

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Get a fit off 😤 (via shitheadsteve)

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IF YOU WANT YOUR INSTAGRAM PICS/MEMES TO BE FEATURED HERE tag them with #BROBIBLE and I’ll include them if they’re good. Today’s photos came from all over on Instagram. If you have a photo you’d like to see featured here you can send it to me on Twitter at @casspa or you can email it to me at cass@brobibledotcom. I’m here to help you share your funny memes each and every day so don’t hesitate to hit me up if you’ve got some pictures that are so good you have to share them with the world.