17 Hollywood Sign Memes That Are Way Funnier Than the ‘Hollyweed’ Change
2017 was welcomed with a bang after an artist named JesusHands and his ex-wife changed the famous Hollywood Sign to read ‘Hollyweed’ in order to give people something to “smile and laugh out loud about…because 2016 was a crazy year.” Sure, what the duo did was illegal and something many have been punished for in the past, but NGL — it was funny AF!
While the prank itself was probably memorable enough, the Internet wanted to make sure it didn’t get lost in the shuffle — and decided to make it a meme!
3. If you didn’t read this in the specific voice, there’s something wrong with you.
6. Trigger warning:
7. Did you do this, Phil Lester?
8. RT RT RT!
9. Sobbing, tbh.
— NOTICE ME NARRY (@noticeMEnarry) January 6, 2017
10. For all those people who AREN’T Beliebers:
Damn someone vandalized the Hollywood sign again pic.twitter.com/7gEjmeE08e
— jayne (@stankidrauhl) January 6, 2017
11. Find the lie.
OMG. WHO DID THIS TO THE HOLLYWOOD SIGN!?! pic.twitter.com/tzUqOXYGhN
— kween of pops (@Mikey_Sul) January 4, 2017
12. ****SPOILER ALERT****
Some potterhead vandalised the Hollywood Sign! lmao pic.twitter.com/sskJWazzik
— HARRY POTTER FACTS (@TheHPFacts) January 5, 2017
13. They need to stop doing this…
14. It’s not a threat, but…
can't believe they did this to the Hollywood sign mfs up to no good pic.twitter.com/LkX8k5iHPa
— educated shrimp (@yaperboi) January 2, 2017
they changed the hollywood sign again pic.twitter.com/psoon8tEnG
— ryan fariaS (@ryanacondadont_) January 4, 2017
16. Trying to be subtle like:
wow i can't believe they changed the hollywood sign again pic.twitter.com/NvxclnmjRt
— kait (@kaitkirbz) January 3, 2017
I can't believe they vandalised the Hollywood sign again! pic.twitter.com/ebpJx8gb9D
— emma 144 (@princexhes) January 2, 2017
2017 is shaping up to be a great year — just look at all the movies coming out!
Before I Fall
RELEASE DATE: March 3
Lauren Oliver's Delirium was supposed to hit the small screen, with Emma Roberts at the helm, but it never made it past the pilot stage.
Thankfully, the author's Before I Fall is here to make up for it... on the big screen!
The story follows Sam (Zoey Deutch) as she relives February 12 over and over again, Groundhog Day-style, ending each day with the death of her and her best friends. "Stuck reliving her last day over one inexplicable week, Sam untangles the mystery around her death and discovers everything she's in danger of losing."
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