Internet meme

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Internet meme

An image, video, story or joke that is voluntarily passed from one Internet user to another via e-mail, blogs and social networking sites. Considered a form of art, Internet memes are created to promote individuals, groups, movies, art, music and products, as well as to perpetrate a hoax or just be funny. They can disappear in days or last for years. See meme.
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In addiiton to the recently added voice and video call options, BiP offers disappearing messages feature, allows users to create and share internet memes, and comes with a wide range of stickers cartoons designed by popular Turkish artist Erdil Yasaroglu.
In addition to the recently added voice and video call options, BiP offers disappearing messages feature, allows users to create and share internet memes, and comes with a wide range of 'stickers', which are cartoons designed by popular Turkish artist Erdil Yasaroglu.
Rihanna, 27, was almost swamped by her Guo Pei yellow dress, which sparked internet memes, comparing it to an omelette, pizza and flying saucer.
Charles Schwertner, R-Georgetown, had several internet memes posted on his door - including one featuring a Futurama character that read "If your bill is the best bill on the planet - why has no one filed it yet?
Sensitive image, his sweater collection, his cheesy photos with various professional athletes -- has been the subject of a never-ending stream of Internet memes.
It's been morphed into a million Internet memes and a go-to interview question for celebs, which is causing people to completely miss the real meaning.
From TVs and movies to internet memes and bad science, the Geekies have everything covered.
com/auscalum) (@auscalum ) is credited as the one who first posted his photo on Twitter, which has been retweeted numerous times and turned into funny Internet memes.
Participants will learn how changing the code on their favorite websites changes the appearance of the site, and how to make their own website and Internet memes using Thimble, Mozilla's educational code editor.
Limor Shifman (2013, 367) defines Internet memes "as units of popular culture that are circulated, imitated, and transformed by individual Internet users, creating a shared cultural experience in the process.
Prominent figures in the case, notably defence lawyer Barry Roux, have become household names and spawned Internet memes.
The 2008 and 2012 elections in the US saw a similar explosion of user- generated videos and internet memes that parodied the principal players in American politics, as well as some amount of scholarship on how those affected the ordinary voter.

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