The 13 funniest military memes this week — MRE edition
This week’s meme roundup is dedicated to fine military cuisine. You know, the nutrient rich, cardboard textured, grownup Lunchables the military feeds you out in the field. Yes, that’s right, MREs.
Some troops like MREs, but most will probably identify with this meme:
MREs look so innocent, but there’s a world of hurt waiting for you.
Getting the goodies always begins with a struggle.
When you finally open the box, you realize that the goodies aren’t always so yummy, so you enhance them with flavor.
Some MREs could serve as a weapon in the field.
Just add “chemical X” to upgrade to the next level.
Ejecting an MRE from the body could feel like an impossible task.
Some people describe it as giving birth to a knotted rope.
Nope, MRE’s aren’t innocent.
On the bright side, you could use MREs for other things, like getting yourself squared away.
Or, getting the comforts of home out in the field.
You’ll grow to love them, at least until your next hot meal.
They make a great gift.
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