Internet, Networking, & Security Around the Web 56 56 people found this article helpful Why You'll Love Rage Comics For Their Funny Internet Meme Faces These simple yet hilarious facial expression will make you LOL By Elise Moreau Freelance Contributor Elise Moreau is a writer that has covered social media, texting, messaging, and streaming for Lifewire. Her work has appeared on Techvibes, SlashGear, Lifehack and others. our editorial process Facebook Twitter Elise Moreau Updated January 21, 2020 Know Your Meme Around the Web How to Get a VPN Tweet Share Email If you love to look at funny, entertaining images online, then you'll love Rage Comics. They feature some of the most well known meme faces to spread across the web! What Is an Internet Meme? An internet meme is usually a photo, video or general idea from the internet that gets passed around rapidly from one user to another. These photos or videos become so popular that they help reshape and redefine Internet culture, thus being defined as “memes.” What Are Rage Comics? Rage Comics are funny and exaggerated comics or pictures that depict everyday life situations. They're extremely popular online (especially with the younger crowd) and you can see them being used to depict nearly every relatable situation imaginable. The following is a list of some of the funniest and most popular faces that are used. 01 of 10 Okay Guy: Used for Obligatory Submissive Reactions Rage Comics The Okay Guy is just what it sounds like—a funny face looking downward, almost self-consciously, appearing as if he’s quietly muttering the word “okay” under his breath. This funny face is often used to depict someone agreeing to something when he or she really doesn’t want to agree to it, or when he or she agrees to it anyway in order to feel included. 02 of 10 Forever Alone Guy: Used for When Feeling Lonely Rage Comics Forever Alone Guy is often used to represent those moments when a person has nobody around to talk to or spend time with when company is actually preferred. This meme face helps people tell their emotional stories related to single life, relationship troubles or friendlessness. It’s a funny face that is used to exaggerate and make fun of the loneliest of times. 03 of 10 Rage Guy: Used to Express Anger and Frustration Know Your Meme The Rage Guy meme face is used to illustrate those regular life situations when something just doesn’t go your way and before you know it, curses are flying out of your mouth. Whether you’re having a bad hair day or realizing you’re late for work because you can’t get the car started, the Rage Guy face can be applied to almost anything that’s unpleasant. 04 of 10 Poker Face Guy: Used in Awkward Situations Where Emotions Are Confusing Know Your Meme Poker Face Guy is expressionless and only features two beady eyes and a straight line across the face for a mouth. This face is mainly used to illustrate awkward and often embarrassing social situations in which the meme creator/storyteller always exhibits a blank, emotionless facial expression. 05 of 10 Aww Yea Guy: Used to Confirm an Achievement Know Your Meme Aww Yea Guy is always used to express excitement or to recognize an achievement He’s seen leaning backward and shouting “aww yea” as if he has succeeded at something or as if he was congratulating somebody. 06 of 10 LOL Guy: Used to React to Something Funny Rage Comics You probably already know that “LOL” stands for “laugh out loud,” which is the most common way to express laughter on the web. LOL Guy is for the individual who love to laugh at anything remotely funny—either legitimately or sarcastically. This face is characterized by comedy and general goofiness, featuring googly eyes and big lips. 07 of 10 Me Gusta Guy: Used to Express Deep Satisfaction Know Your Meme Me Gusta Guy is characterized by a very round head, scrunched up facial features and bulging, bloodshot eyes. The Spanish phrase “me gusta” translates to “it pleases me” or “I like it” in English. Me Gusta Guy's face is typically used to respond to awkward situations or disgusting events. 08 of 10 Trollface Guy: Used When Making Fun of or Annoying Somebody Else Know Your Meme Also known as “Coolface,” this guy is used to imply one’s intention to troll another. In other words, Trollface Guy acts to make fun of others and is used to exhibit feelings of satisfaction from seeing others suffer. His face is characterized by a huge grin and mischievous eyes. He often asks, "Problem?" directed to a specific person in a bad situation, as if to purposely annoy them. 09 of 10 Y U NO Guy: Used to Demand Why Someone Is Not Doing Something Rage Comics “Y U NO” stands for “why you no” in plain English, which is incorrect grammar for “why don’t you.” The term “Y U NO” is often used online and in SMS texting as a way to complain about something or bring someone’s attention to a certain issue. Y U NO Guy has a round head and a displeased-looking face. He is always holding up his hands in a way to add dramatic emphasis to his complaint. 10 of 10 Oh Crap Guy: Used to Express Shock, Surprise or Dissatisfaction Rage Comics There are actually two versions of the Oh Crap Guy. They both depict a pretty detailed sketch drawing of a person throwing their head back and scowling at a specific situation or individual. The angrier of the two meme faces (not shown above) actually has red eyes and large teeth. These faces are used to emphasize anger, confusion, surprise and disgust.