Feel free to dump your appropriately formatted memes here. Pray that it doesn't get out of hand. But while you're here, how about some questions?
What is your favorite meme of all time?
What is currently your favorite meme?
What was the first meme you came into contact with?
What is your favorite aspect about memes?
This one is different, my fair sister. This thread has structure.
Favorite of all time: probably dat boi. it is always the brightest lights that burn out the quickest.
Current favorite meme: abstract and surreal memes. see picture for example (from my personal meme stash)
First meme (IIRC): one of those rage comics. I'll be fucking damned if I remember which one.
Favorite aspect: they're funny. they distract me from the ever present danger of the apocalypse, nuclear or otherwise. what, did you think I was going to give you some artistic critique of memes? no. fuck off.
What's going on in that picture, Chris?
Crabbo helping human get fuckin torched, man.
My favorite meme of all time is probably any edgy meme that normies would cringe in disgust at.
Like Chris, the first meme I came in contact with was a rage comic. They were complete shit but really popular and cool in those times.
My favorite aspect is that they distract us from the negative aspects of society by feeding us memes about the negative aspects of society.
My favorite meme of all time is the spam-fueled classic, Lennyface. I enjoy this meme due to it's core nature of perversion, playfulness, and mystery.
My most current favorite would have to be Roll Safe. Even if it had risque origins, the meme it has blossomed into now is glorious, and is very enjoyable.
The first recognizable meme I ever came into contact with was Awesome Face. I remember encountering that little dude when browsing Flipnote Hatena. I couldn't stop drawing it, and one of my classmates told me it was a rage face, from rage face comics. And that is how my journey of memes began.
My favorite aspect of memes is the pure flexibility, content, and community. Millions of people face-to-face and on the internet band together to create, share, and consume memes. The humor can be practical, abstract, or even surreal, and many memes focus or ridicule things in real life.
Oh, here's a meme I made for Chris on his birthday and forgot to post. Happy belated birthday, Chris.
Harambe memes. Nuff said