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BadMemes

"Got em Coach, Deez Nuts, A1"
– A typical bad meme
Memes are the sperm cells of the internet that continue to give STDs to the real world. They are repetitive unfunny jokes that were coined by some moron from 4chan. There are well over a hundred types memes and the number keeps growing as the IQ of the population drops.

OriginEdit

2DamHigh

Damn right.

The term was coined by Richard Dawkins in one of his many books that intelligent people tend to ignore. The first recorded internet meme is a dancing baby gif that was spread very quickly due to 3D animation being new at the time. Today, on the rare occasion that something happens to be remotely funny on 4chan, a picture will be reposted by everyone with a false hope of being E-famous.

Major MemesEdit

Rage ComicsEdit

A four (or more) panel comic that would chronicle a simple, easily resolvable inconvenience that the creator suffered at school or the job they don't really have. They would encounter people with different viewpoints or opinions, stub their toes, forget something, and all other things every human goes through. It would end with the person over reacting to their situation with a wide number faces drawn by someone else to show just how hard their lives as teenagers are.

ReactionsEdit

1DMeme

Then do us a favor already.

A two panel complaint in which someone will express their disdain for a video, Facebook post, news article, etc. by posting a meme below. Like Dawkins himself, meme makers hold heir voices and views at high value and importance despite having contributed virtually nothing to society.

RickrollingEdit

A bait-and-switch practice that involves providing a web link supposedly relevant to the topic at hand, but actually re-directs the viewer to Rick Astley’s 1987 hit single Never Gonna Give You Up. The URL is often masked or obfuscated as a randomly-generated shortlink to conceal its true source from the experienced users. Whenever someone clicks the link and unintentionally summons Rick Astley’s song, he or she is said to have been rickrolled. On April 1, 2008, every featured video on YouTube’s front page redirected to the Rickroll music video. You know what they say: NEVER GONNA GIVE YOU UP!

Rickrolling is one of the most famous memes of all time.

Minor MemesEdit

In YouTube PoopEdit

With YouTube Poop itself being some what of a meme, it's inevitable that even more nonsense will be added to an already poor video.

Quality MemesEdit

See AlsoEdit

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