'Selling Sunset' memes to keep you entertained while waiting for the reunion

Prepare to LOL! These 'Selling Sunset' memes are as hilarious as the listings are expensive

Selling Sunset. (L to R) Mary Fitzgerald, Chelsea Lazkani, Christine Quinn in season 5 of Selling Sunset.
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There are no secrets between us: we know you'll devour Selling Sunset memes as quickly as you binged season 5. Don't even try to deny it!

Now that Netflix has gifted us with even more drama—Chrishell Stause and Jason Oppenheim's short-lived romance, Emma Hernan's interesting Raya allegations and all-things Christine Quinn—we can't seem to get enough.

If you're in search of ways to keep busy until the Selling Sunset reunion airs, we have good news. (Psst: it's a series first, so you definitely won't want to miss it!) 

Until the group reconvenes to discuss it all—bullying, heartbreak, jealousy and, oh yeah, and the West Coast real estate market—kick back with some of the internet's most creative work. 

The best 'Selling Sunset' memes on the internet

These memes have just hit the market and we can already tell the interest surrounding them is skyrocketing. 

1. Admiring listings

Love visiting a new, not-so-humble abode alongside the O Group staffers? Ever find yourself asking, "Did Davina Potratz ever sell the $75 million house?"

Same here. We, too, love to look at the listings, even though the price points are thoroughly outrageous. Heck, even the Bridgerton residences can't compete with some of these L.A. bad boys. 

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2. Twinning

You are well aware of the messy Erika Jayne and Tom Girardi divorce from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. You know Christine Quinn's antics thanks to her rise to fame on Netflix. But let us ask you this: has anyone ever seen Erika and Christine in the same room?

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3. Sobbing

We all know what happens between Chrishell and Jason. Despite their amicable breakup, we still cannot help but feel a little depressed when we revisit their happy moments in season 5. 

If you were curious why Chrishell Stause and Jason Oppenheim split, the star gave a little insight via her social media channels: 

"Jason was and is my best friend, and other than our ideas for family not ultimately not being aligned, the amount of respect and love we have for each other will not change going forward," she wrote on Instagram.

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4. Vibin'

Jason's whole, "I'm on the phone talking about work" schtick while his phone was in camera mode is all of us on a Monday morning.   

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5. Christine's antics

Did Christine Quinn get fired? It's a common question—one we've asked on numerous occasions. But, there's a reason why it's always at the top of our minds.

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6. An iconic duo

Batman has found her Robin. Chelsea Lazkani and Christine Quinn fit together swimmingly. 

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7. Taking the obsession seriously

Just one episode in? We can already tell you're hooked. (You've heard about the Selling Sunset spinoff, Selling Tampa, right?) 

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8. The accents

We always appreciate an authentic British accent—especially one like Moira's!

9. Is it after 5?

Cheers! 

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10. Emma's Empanadas

Oh hey, did you guys ever hear about Emma's empanadas

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Season 5 of Selling Sunset—and its predecessors—are available for streaming on Netflix. Get ready for a whole new blast of memes once the reunion airs!

Danielle is a writer for woman&home and My Imperfect Life, covering all-things news, lifestyle and entertainment. 


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