The fun never ends at the casino, even when you’re playing online. But sometimes, you might need a break before heading back to the tables or slots. Whether you need a pick-me-up or just want to look at something different for a few minutes, memes are always a great source of laughter.

We’ve found five of the best online casino-themed memes. When you’ve had your fill of these you can always check out some new online casinos to see what else is out there. There are many fresh options in Ontario, so you’ll never be stuck with just one casino. After all, having some variety with your slots can be a big part of the fun.

Now, without further ado, here are some of the best casino-themed memes we’ve found online.

“Clowning Around”

In a bit of a cynical take, this meme involves the Joker and It’s Pennywise together on a set of steps. The Joker’s arm is stretched as if to show an attentive Pennywise where to go. Probably not the first clown meme you’ve ever seen, and very likely not the last, as they’ve become a bit of a staple online over the past 20 years.

Casino critics may liken those who believe in “winning machines” at casinos to clowns. At the same time, the employees obliged to answer such a question from a customer may also be seen as clowns themselves.

Regardless of your views about winning machines and casinos in general, one thing is certain, it’s all about having fun. If you’re not having fun, perhaps it’s time to take a break and return when you feel better.

The Supposedly “Rigged” Machines

Meme enthusiasts will no doubt be familiar with this format: A girl hysterically points towards a seemingly apathetic cat sitting behind a table and a plate of food. Meanwhile, her friend tries to hold her back. In this particular meme, the girl is upset about a casino’s machines being “rigged” because she never wins, and the cat represents the security team.

It’s important to remember that when you’re not having any luck with one particular machine, this doesn’t mean it’s automatically rigged. The winning chances might seem lower than others, but you should look around before committing your time and money to one machine. Deliberately rigging machines against players could land a casino operator in trouble.

And if your unlucky streak continues across several machines, it’s best to cut your losses and head for the exit. There’s no need to cause a scene about it; all that would do is get security personnel involved and potentially get you banned from that casino.

Wanna Bet On It?

For some people, gambling is so ingrained in their personality that they’ll wager they’re not addicted to gambling just to prove a point. Of course, until you point out that betting against themselves is a form of gambling.

If you encounter someone like this, show them this image. If your words aren’t getting through to them, a lighthearted meme may help them realize their situation. And since the message is put across in a lighthearted way, it should be funny and not offensive.

It’s All About Skill

Gene Wilder’s condescending expression as Willy Wonka from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory has been an excellent meme template, so it’s no surprise that there’s one related to casinos.

In this meme, Wilder’s sly smile dares the viewer to explain how gambling isn’t skill-based when the wins are there to prove it. And to an extent, the meme is right. Of course, it’s all still luck and probability, but there’s some skill involved in knowing the best way to bet and the possible outcomes there are.

Of course, it could also be that the player is incredibly lucky during their playtime. Skill or not, as long as everyone is having fun, it’s all good.

Wrong Time for a Dead Battery

Sometimes, we lose ourselves so much in the moment⎯especially when our luck keeps prevailing in an online casino⎯that we forget to check our battery levels. And when that happens, it’s usually too late for us to try and stop the phone from shutting down, causing us to lose our winning streak.

And that’s why this meme is so fitting, because there’s no doubt we’ll have the same face if our phone dies while we’re in the middle of winning. We all have James Van Der Beek’s viral crying face from Dawson’s Creek whenever our phone shuts down due to a lack of battery.

So, if you don’t want to make the same face as him, ensure you have plenty of battery juice as you play. And if you’re unsure whether your phone will make it to the end of your session, it’s best to just plug it in. Better safe than sorry.