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Diwali Bonus Memes And Other Funny Memes Which Hit The Trending Tab This Week

Diwali Bonus Memes were some of the biggest trending memes this year around during the festival. Check out the funniest memes of the week below -

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There was a time when one meme trend would go on for months and stay relevant through the course of time. However, times have changed drastically since then and meme trends now hardly last a few days and people quickly jump on a different wave. This week around, a number of memes hit the viral tag and ended up cracking the funny bone of netizens on Twitter and other social media platforms. Check out some of the best memes of the week below:

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Diwali bonus memes

This meme trend came around the time of Diwali. While the festival of lights has been known to be an opportunity for people to open up to one another and celebrate the spirit of festive joy, for many, Diwali is an opportunity to earn some extra cash on the side in the form of a Diwali bonus. Diwali bonus memes went viral on the internet as people started sharing them in abundance. Check out the memes below:

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Hansal Mehta memes

Hansal Mehta has been in the trends lately, thanks to the web series based on his life titled Scam 1992 which became all the rage amid Indian OTT fans. The Hansal Mehta meme started off when he shared that the first salary he earned was Rs 450 at the age of 16. He took up a job of selling jeans and casual wear during his junior college days in order to keep his pockets warm as a student. However, people then started sharing a number of memes discussing their own first salary with a comedic twist. Check out the memes below:

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International Men's Day memes

International Men's Day 2020 took place on November 19. While the day has been designated in order to raise awareness about men's health and also promote gender equality, netizens took a whole different spin to it and started sharing memes on the internet. Most of the memes revolved around men not knowing when the International Men's Day actually was. Whereas, other memes talked about Google not having any specific Google Doodle for the day. Check out the memes below:

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