galleryThe Best Memes of the Petraeus AffairNina Strochlic11.15.12galleryThe Best Memes of the Petraeus AffairAll the news that fits—in a very short space: the Petraeus affair and ensuing scandal, as told through memes.Nina Strochlic11.15.12 1:58 AM ETAn increasingly convoluted and tangled web of affairs, emails, and confusion has brought one powerful general to his knees and may take down one more. What better way to laugh about the Petraeus affair than by user-created memes? #SpyFailWhen news of Gen. David Petraeus’s affair surfaced, the country was shocked, not just that one of the most respected men had been involved in an extramarital affair—but that the head of the nation’s clandestine operations was unable to hide it. Binders FullRomney would not approve of the lack of women involved in the scandal—two is definitely not enough to fill a binder—which soon hooked Gen. John Allen in as well. Thanksgiving with David and HollyBecause it couldn’t possibly be more awkward. The Couple ShotThis Petraeus/Broadwell handshake is just about as awkward as a high school prom portrait could be. Turns out there was good reason for the public discomfort. Full AccessWhen the scandal broke, people began wondering if Paula Broadwell had access to the general’s email. Indeed, on Wednesday it was discovered that a substantial amount of classified that such information had been found on Broadwell’s computer. All [Up] InThis meme creator was probably shocked to discover that ABC News Denver had accidentally used this altered version of Broadwell’s biography in a newscast. The book’s name is actually “All In,” which couldn’t help but lend itself to endless meme fodder. The Line of BootyNew York’s famously absurd tabloid papers didn’t hesitate to jump in on the puns. The Daily News didn’t go quite as overboard in its Photoshop work as the Post did though … Oh, Behave!Just a day makes all the difference in the news world—after it was revealed that another woman had been involved in the Petraeus scandal, Sunday’s New York Post didn’t hold back. 30,000 PagesBloggers couldn’t believe it when the FBI announced they had 30,000 pages of emails between General Allen and Tampa socialite Jill Kelley. Here, Petraeus tutors Allen on the correct volume of mass emails. All InBroadwell’s sexually suggestive book title was irresistible to the media, who turned it into every kind of pun imaginable in the days after her identity was revealed. Texts from HillaryCalm, cool, and collected Hillary Clinton couldn’t help but weigh, er, text, in on the juvenile drama unfolding within her government. Email EtiquetteAn affair over email? Rookie mistake, Petraeus. Most people have had some unwanted email interactions—check out these tips for keeping them under wraps.