"Karen" began as a joke on Twitter used to describe a particular kind of person—typically a middle-aged American white female with a Kate Gosselin haircut and a raging sense of entitlement (no, it's not a "slur"). Of course, not all women named Karen are "Karens." A lot of "Karens" are named Judy or Barbara or Cindy or Craig or Bob. What they all have in common is privilege, entitlement, and an urgent need to register their complaints with the manager or on Yelp or in the comments section of this post. But one way we can address the problem is through humor—and memes!