Meme (pronounced meem): An idea, belief or element of social behavior spread that is transmitted from one person or group of people to another.
This word was coined in the '70s by Richard Dawkins, the atheist godman worshipped by neckbeards everywhere.
Simply put, Internet memes are memes that spread on the Internet through social networking sites, blogs, email, news sources, and so on. In the real world they're called "ideas," but pseudo-intellectuals prefer "memes."
WHERE DO INTERNET MEMES COME FROM?
Amongst all the stupid crap on the Internet are hilarious gems of wit and wisdom. Most of the best memes start as images shared on the Web and, by some great misfortune, they find their way into the lecherous hands of drunken basement trolls who mutate these images into the hilarious, the lame, and sometimes the downright bizarre.
WHAT IS THIS BOOK?
This book will take you on bizarre journey through the bilges of the Internet and introduce you to 23 of its funniest and most popular memes, complete with a sh*tload of images that might just make you wet your panties.
"On this journey you will share lulz with unsavory characters like..."
"Foul Bachelor Frog"
"Socially Awkward Penguin"
"Successful Black Man"
Scroll up and click the "Buy" button now to laugh your a** off at the twisted hive mind of the Internet underworld...
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