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These Meme Accounts On Threads Will Make Your Feed So Much Funnier

Threads has been out for weeks now and it’s all everyone can talk about. If by chance you don’t know what Threads is, it’s Instagram’s new text-based app that many are using as an alternative to Twitter after all the changes and updates since Elon Musk took over. Not only is it super easy to create your account since it’s linked to your Instagram account, but it will also allow you to communicate with your friends and followers easier than ever before.

Whether you’ve only recently created your Threads account or already know all the Threads hacks out there, it’s not as fun if you don’t have a feed full of iconic accounts and posts that live you shook with the newest celeb gossip or laugh so hard your stomach hurts because of the memes. Luckily, there are plenty of funny meme accounts that you can follow on Threads to lighten up your feed, along with your favorite friends and celebrities.

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The early 2000s was truly an iconic time period. If you’re someone who wishes they could have been a teenager or twentysomething back then, look no further than misss2005’s Threads account. Not only is Nicole Randone the encyclopedia of everything related to those iconic decades of pop culture, she was also interviewed by the New York Times, which makes her even more of an icon. Her posts will have you wanting to throw on a Juicy Couture tracksuit while rewatching One Tree Hill.


Whether you know only your sun sign or your entire astrological chart, astrhology has everything for you and your zodiac sign(s). Though their Instagram account is mostly memes, their Threads account has evolved into much more, such as funny text posts about things different signs do. If you’re obsessed with your astrological chart or are constantly saying, “It’s the [astrological sign] in me,” astrhology will definitely make you laugh.


Nostalchicks is an online clothing store, but their Threads account is home to the most iconic memes. If misss2005 is emulating what it was like to be a teenager during the early 2000s, nostalchicks is for a slightly younger generation. Many of their posts include childhood room decor with themes like Disney princesses, Barbie, and Strawberry Shortcake, as well as memes and other nostalgic merch pieces they’ve thrifted. You may not be able to physically go back to your childhood, but you can relive it with this Threads account.


Sweety High is a combination of memes and entertainment and pop culture updates, making it the perfect account to follow on Threads. Though Sweety High is known to promote many up and coming artists, their Threads account is full of iconic and relatable memes. While most of them have to do with pop culture, there are a few work-related ones that will help you pass the time as you work your 9-to-5.


There’s no better meme account on Threads for the girls. Girls has some of the most relatable content I’ve ever seen on any social media platform. If you miss the days of 2013 and 2014 Tumblr, this account is for you. Not only is the account aesthetically pleasing, but many of their posts include screencaps from multiple Barbie movies, which is just perfect because there’s no better time than with the release of the live-action film.


This account is the perfect mixture of comedy and comforting, with jokes and memes that members of the LGBTQ+ community are sure to relate to, as well as comforting messages for queer and trans followers. Continue to celebrate queer love and joy all year long by following this account on Threads.


Memezar is a gold mine of memes. If you’re in need of a good laugh, this account will make you forget whatever it was you were upset about. Their memes range from anything related to our favorite childhood cartoons to the Barbenheimer jokes everyone can’t seem to get enough of. Memezar will have you saying, “I only meant to scroll for 15 minutes but I’ve been looking at it for hours.”


Attention all Twihards: If you haven’t downloaded Threads yet, this is your sign. Just like the name suggests, this account has all the Twilight memes you could ever possibly need. Though they don’t have a ton of posts now, I’m sure that will change in the future. If you can’t read the books or watch the movies, but want to get your daily dose of Twilight content, twilight.memes.forever is the account for you.


Whether you are an introvert yourself or you have an introvert in your life, you will appreciate introvertfhul. Not only are there memes about what it’s like to be an introvert, there are also plenty of memes that compare Threads to Twitter that anyone can enjoy even if they don’t identify as an introvert. When you’re having a “me” with your favorite movie and a rejuvenating face mask, this account will be there to keep you company.


Sainthoax is the place where you can get all the funniest takes on everything that is happening in news and entertainment. During a time where it can be scary to check the news, this account helps lighten up the information. Along with keeping up with the news, they also have plenty of tweets joking about the “Threads v.s. Twitter debate,” using iconic memes we are all too familiar with. On days where you can’t believe that this is the world we live in, sainthoax is a safe haven.


From memes about everyday activities to those awkward situations in relationships we wouldn’t wish on our worst enemy, you will feel less alone with this account. They will be the go-to account to send memes to your bestie and have you laughing as you think, “Thank god it’s not just me.” With memes posted on a daily basis, you’ll find yourself checking this Threads account like you would check the news or your favorite TikTokers.


After being on Instagram since 2011, the self-proclaimed “Michael Jordan of memes” is now on Threads. If you also prefer Threads to Twitter, you’ll most likely relate to their posts on the app. Everytime you open the app, there will be something from tank.sinatra that will have you giggling. It probably won’t take long until this account becomes “the king of memes on Threads.”


If there was an amusement park for memes, that would be 9gag. No matter who you are or what you’re interested in, there’s something for everyone on this account. If you’re an introvert or single with high standards, you may find yourself relating to many of the memes. If you also need a break from all the debates comparing Twitter and Threads, you’re in luck. 9gag is unlike other accounts on Threads and their posts will certainly stand out.


Unlike what the name suggests, MyTherapistSays isn’t funny posts about what therapists say. Instead, it has all the memes for everyone who looks up to Barbie or spent their days watching Disney Channel in the early 2000s and 2010s. If you can’t get enough of pop culture and love rom-coms, this Threads account uses many references while relating to their followers’ everyday lives.


Don’t let the off-putting name fool you; this is an account you’ll want on your Threads feed. Moist is nothing but entertaining. If you’re single, a hopeless romantic, or both, this account may resonate with you more than others. Whether you’re joyous and loving life or need to commiserate and wallow with sad memes, there’s a post for every mood on Moist’s Threads account.


If you want to communicate with your friends and family members using memes, look no further than themermaidscales. There are plenty of memes I’m sure you’ve experienced at least once with some of the closest people in your life. Let those former embarrassing and awkward moments turn into humor with the posts from this account. Even though they don’t have a ton of memes compared to other accounts, this is still a personal favorite of mine. Themermaidscales has memes for everyone in your life, from yourself to your friends and family. 

Now that you’ve downloaded Threads, you’ll also have funny meme accounts to keep your feed lighthearted and updated on the latest pop culture news. No matter what your interests are, there’s something for everyone. Enjoy your time on Threads as we all learn more about it every day.

Born and raised in Arizona, Kayleigh Shaw is a Her Campus National Writer. She mainly writes for the Culture section, primarily focused on the latest entertainment news, but will occasionally write about life and career, giving advice to a wide array of readers. Outside of Her Campus, Kayleigh was also a part of Rod Pulido’s Street Team for his debut novel, Chasing Pacquiao and completed social media challenges to promote the book. She also hopes to one day write for Screen Rant and Comic Book Resources. where she will continue to use her love of all things pop culture to her advantage. She also graduated from Glendale Community College in May 2022 with an Associate's Degree in English. When Kayleigh's not working on journalism pieces, she can be found writing poems and short stories, reading, watching TikToks, listening to their favorite podcasts, listening and dancing to Sabrina Carpenter and Taylor Swift, watching movies and TV shows on Netflix and Hulu (while crying over fictional characters and relationships.) She would live in a library and avoid the rest of the world if she could. She also drinks coffee like a Gilmore and often goes down rabbit holes researching their hyper fixations.