With an average of 700 million active monthly Instagram users, it can be tough to track down accounts that are actually worth following -- aside from your 800 closest friends and their dogs, of course.
And let's be real, if you're not flooding your friends' DMs with funny/inappropriate/offensive memes, are you even friends?
TooFab took the daunting task of sifting through some of the best (and by best, we mean funniest/most inappropriate/most offensive) accounts the social platform has to offer and condensed them down into one, solid list for your consideration.
Behold! 18 of the best Instagram accounts -- in no particular order -- you need to be following.
Elliot Tebele has 12.4 million followers and offers a wide variety of memes, ranging from best celebrity trolls to text fails.
If the name didn't give it away, this account is responsible for posting the same picture of Chris Pratt every single day. The captions vary, though, which is the best part.
Tom Anderson, "former first friend" and founder of MySpace, retired from being a social network guru to take up photography. His stuff is actually pretty sick. His mission: "help others & engage!"
This is my favorite Ice Cave in Iceland - such an amazing experience! You feel like you’re entering another world when you go in a cave like this. If you get the chance to go alone or with your own small group, it’s almost like you’re in a temple or cathedral. :) Not to be missed! Love me some Iceland! In other news, I’m in Alaska right now! And I’m just about to go searching for more ice caves like this! Very little cel reception here, so hope all is well in the world. Wish me luck. I’ve got my bear spray :)
This entire account is dedicated to all those perfect-bodied celebrities who claim they eat cheeseburgers on the reg.
There are zero reasons to not follow this account. Zero.
If a Real Housewife of Beverly Hills and a hot bartender from Pump got together to make an Instagram baby, it would be this.
"Men that went shopping. It's a global epidemic."
This account bonds all millennials through clever haikus and sayings that make our generation's first-world problems sound prettier and more significant than they actually are.
Petty meets catty meets bitchy -- this account has 5.7 million followers for a reason.
Claudia Oshry's "dream job is not needing one," and based on the success of her Instagram account, we bet her dreams have come true.
"Felipe" is "calling out dudes who turn hostile when rejected or ignored" to submit their tales of pain, horror and hilarity.
Jessica Anteby is actually a New York-based stylist who also happens to post really funny shit for her 3.2 million followers to enjoy.
There is also an @overheardny account, but TooFab is based in Los Angeles, so we're #shamelesslybiased. This account is a compilation of the most stereotypical Southern Californian things that come out of actual people's mouths. Any avocado toast-loving, dog-owning, yoga-doing L.A. native would agree.
This one might actually make you feel better about the "wyd come thru" texts you may have woken up to in the middle of the night.
It would be a miracle if anyone featured on this account actually got laid.
You may think you have the best drunk stories, but you don't. The hungover saps featured on this account do.
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