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Bravo, Iamverysmart, and Proof: 8:46 AM ooo Sprint Search 6 hrs. Memes... The proof of demonstration and declining intellect of humanity. Where a head banging pidgin trends more viral than any of the worlds atrocities. Bravo world, bravo. You are not only narcissistic, but stupid as well. Like Comment Share I find it quite fascinating, the increasing speed of certain memes that go viral these days... Write a comment... 8:47 AM ..ooo Sprint 11% a Search l nd it quite fascinating, the increasing speed of certain memes that go viral these days... Almost like a quickly adapting virus, much to its namesake.. Susan Blackmore was right... Memes (or Temes) are the superior species, and humanity is just the carrier vessel. Fascinating, yet horrifying 6 hours ago Like 1 Reply It's the way it was always going to turn out rip money out of public education and provide plenty of things to distract from the real issues of the world this is what we end up with. Vaah I got into th mamac far tha Write a comment... Post 8:47 AM ..ooo Sprint 11% a Search turn out rip money out of public education and provide plenty of things to distract from the real issues of the world this is what we end up with. Yeah l get into the memes for the lolz, saying that I'm more aware of the horrific things going on every hour, day, month etc 5 hours ago Like Reply OP l seriously don't see how they are funny, i don't get the meme culture, to me i see ie: the pidgin, all over my feed and just think, wow millions think that this is funny, so that means we're below 89 IQ in a vast majority 5 hours ago Like Reply Write a comment... Post .oooo Sprint 5 8:47 AM 11% Search Some I really don't get, and Some Once knowyourmeme.com them they're either hilarious or really, really freaki stupid now Know Your Meme Our knowyour meme.com 5 hours ago Like Reply Write a reply... where where, did no see nah pidgeon!!! 5 hours ago Like Reply OP So lucky 5 hours ago Like Reply Write a comment... Post People enjoying memes means that the vast majority of IQs are under 89
Bravo, Iamverysmart, and Proof: 8:46 AM
 ooo Sprint
 Search
 6 hrs.
 Memes...
 The proof of demonstration and
 declining intellect of humanity.
 Where a head banging pidgin trends
 more viral than any of the worlds
 atrocities.
 Bravo world, bravo.
 You are not only narcissistic, but stupid
 as well.
 Like
 Comment
 Share
 I find it quite fascinating, the
 increasing speed of certain
 memes that go viral these days...
 Write a comment...

 8:47 AM
 ..ooo Sprint
 11%
 a Search
 l nd it quite fascinating, the
 increasing speed of certain
 memes that go viral these days...
 Almost like a quickly adapting
 virus, much to its namesake..
 Susan Blackmore was right...
 Memes (or Temes) are the
 superior species, and humanity is
 just the carrier vessel.
 Fascinating, yet horrifying
 6 hours ago Like
 1 Reply
 It's the way it was always going to
 turn out rip money out of public
 education and provide plenty of
 things to distract from the real
 issues of the world this is what
 we end up with.
 Vaah I got into th
 mamac far tha
 Write a comment...
 Post

 8:47 AM
 ..ooo Sprint
 11%
 a Search
 turn out rip money out of public
 education and provide plenty of
 things to distract from the real
 issues of the world this is what
 we end up with.
 Yeah l get into the memes for the
 lolz, saying that I'm more aware
 of the horrific things going on
 every hour, day, month etc
 5 hours ago Like Reply
 OP
 l seriously don't see how
 they are funny, i don't get
 the meme culture, to me i
 see ie: the pidgin, all over
 my feed and just think, wow
 millions think that this is
 funny, so that means we're
 below 89 IQ in a vast
 majority
 5 hours ago Like Reply
 Write a comment...
 Post

 .oooo Sprint
 5
 8:47 AM
 11%
 Search
 Some I really don't get, and
 Some Once
 knowyourmeme.com them
 they're either hilarious or
 really, really freaki stupid
 now
 Know Your Meme
 Our
 knowyour
 meme.com
 5 hours ago Like Reply
 Write a reply...
 where where, did no see nah
 pidgeon!!!
 5 hours ago Like Reply
 OP
 So lucky
 5 hours ago Like Reply
 Write a comment...
 Post
People enjoying memes means that the vast majority of IQs are under 89

People enjoying memes means that the vast majority of IQs are under 89

4chan, Bodies , and Brains: WHAT DO U MEME? AN EXHIBITION CELEBRATING MEME CULTURE AUGUST 17-22 2016 OPENING NIGHT THURS 18 8-10PM BACK ROOM GALLERy HOLDRONS ARCADE, 135A RyE LN, LONDON SE15 4ST "Examples of memes are tunes, ideas, catchphrases, clothes fashions, ways of making pots or of building arches. Just as genes propagate themselves in the gene pool by leaping from body to body via sperms or eggs, so memes propagate themselves in the meme pool by leaping from brain to brain via a process which, in the broad sense, can be called imitation Richard Dawkins, A Selfish Gene What Do You Meme? is an exhibition on "internet memes' within online culture. It celebrates memes as a higher art form. It will show how they have moved a long way from websites such as Reddit and 4chan, and how they are used as communication across cultures. It will explore memes as an artistic practice that relate to people in a socio-political (Bernie and Hilary) and creative (Doge) way. It will include female meme collectives, colloquial meme sites, meme archives and gold mines. It will illustrate the transition from a simple 'internet meme' to memes that have transferred from URL into IRL. They will no longer be viewed as poor taste or low culture but portrayed as the most democratic art form, similar to folk art Fellow meme appreciators have sent in their favourite memes, or created their own, with a caption explaining what a meme means to them. The female collective are creating meme inspired pants for the exhibition, whilst Instagram artists and s have made original memes especially for What Do You Meme? The exhibition will raise curatorial questions, as to how something as fluid as an "internet meme' will work outside of the internet, will it lose its meaning and purpose IRL? Will the memes included in the exhibition become dated as the internet flows on, dropping one thing and picking up the next? Will memes ever be taken seriously in the art world? However, one thing is for certain, What Do You Meme? will create an insight into the world of memes, encapsulating the most dank of its kind Above all else What Do You Meme? looks to much celebrate memes as a many light-hearted, such humorous part of the Internet that cannot go ignored 'What Do You Meme' - an upcoming event that will celebrate meme culture
4chan, Bodies , and Brains: WHAT DO U MEME?
 AN EXHIBITION CELEBRATING MEME CULTURE
 AUGUST 17-22 2016
 OPENING NIGHT THURS 18 8-10PM
 BACK ROOM GALLERy HOLDRONS ARCADE, 135A RyE LN, LONDON SE15 4ST

 "Examples of memes are tunes, ideas, catchphrases, clothes fashions,
 ways of making pots or of building arches. Just as genes propagate
 themselves in the gene pool
 by leaping from body to body via sperms or
 eggs, so memes propagate themselves in the meme pool by leaping from
 brain to brain via a process which, in the broad sense, can be called
 imitation
 Richard Dawkins, A Selfish Gene
 What Do You Meme? is an exhibition on "internet memes' within online
 culture. It celebrates memes as a higher art form. It will show how they
 have moved a long way from websites such as Reddit and 4chan, and how
 they are used as communication across cultures. It will explore memes as
 an artistic practice that relate to people in a socio-political (Bernie and
 Hilary) and creative (Doge) way. It will include female meme collectives,
 colloquial meme sites, meme archives and gold mines. It will illustrate the
 transition from a simple 'internet meme' to memes that have transferred
 from URL into IRL. They will no longer be viewed as poor taste or low
 culture but portrayed as the most democratic art form, similar to folk art
 Fellow meme appreciators have sent in their favourite memes, or created
 their own, with a caption explaining what a meme means to them. The
 female collective
 are creating meme inspired pants for the
 exhibition, whilst Instagram artists
 and
 s have
 made original memes especially for What Do You Meme?
 The exhibition will raise curatorial questions, as to how something as fluid
 as an "internet meme' will work outside of the internet, will it lose its
 meaning and purpose IRL? Will the memes included in the exhibition
 become dated as the internet flows on, dropping one thing and picking up
 the next? Will memes ever be taken seriously in the art world? However,
 one thing is for certain, What Do You Meme? will create an insight into the
 world of memes, encapsulating the most dank of its kind
 Above all else What Do You Meme? looks to much celebrate memes as a
 many light-hearted, such humorous part of the Internet that cannot go
 ignored
'What Do You Meme' - an upcoming event that will celebrate meme culture

'What Do You Meme' - an upcoming event that will celebrate meme culture