‘Ren and Stimpy’ log memes: All the best ones to cheer you up
Comedy Central is bringing back our favorite crass duo from the 1990s. Did you think we meant Beavis & Butthead? Nope, we mean the famed Nickelodeon kids’ show Ren & Stimpy. A month after they acquired the slacker metalheads from MTV, Comedy Central is giving new life to this raunchy cat & chihuahua duo.
Also, by adding Ren & Stimpy to their lineup, they’re stating the obvious: this show wasn’t for kids. The amount of stuff they were allowed to pull past the censors goes beyond what little kids should be seeing. Yet, Ren & Stimpy lives on for the kids who were scarred for life by scenes like the infamous “log scene.”
If you’re ever feeling down, know that Ren & Stimpy’s sick humor can cheer you up. Here are our favorite memes from the demented duo!
Getting crap past the radar
Ren & Stimpy got so much crap past the censors that we’re surprised it was allowed on air, let alone for kids. The not-so-lowkey “log scene” is proof.
Today’s parents don’t know how good they have it
The same parents who grew up with Ren & Stimpy don’t have to worry about sex jokes wrapped in a kids’ show. Or do they? With so many parents complaining about SpongeBob, we have to wonder if they forgot this 90s cartoon.
We need more than eye bleach for this Ren & Stimpy scene. Get the holy water!
Of course, the log scene isn’t the only “log”
About now, if you’re a certain age, you have the Log jingle stuck in your head. More fun than a bike, even more enjoyable than a videogame! Log promises loads of fun, including running over your neighbor’s dog.
We still can’t believe they let Ren hump Stimpy with a saw!
Our eyes still burn.
Log fan art
Let’s go back to the innocent Log commercial. Wait. Big, heavy wood? Was everything corrupted in Ren & Stimpy?
We feel dirty
But yeah, Ren & Stimpy was way more messed up than SpongeBob could ever dream to be.
Do we want to see Ren & Stimpy content?
No one else wants to see it, either.
And now it’s going to be stuck in our heads all day!
In conclusion . . .
What did we watch when we were kids? Better question, what fresh vulgarity are we going to indulge in when the Ren & Stimpy reboot premieres on Comedy Central?