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| Meme |
|On the internet, an image plus accompanying text used to make a serious point, often humourously.|
A meme, on the Internet, is a (usually simple) text and accompanying image used to convey a message. Often they employ humour or satire.
The word was coined by British evolutionary biologist Richard Dawkins in his 1976 work The Selfish Gene. He used it to refer to a unit of cultural information spread by imitation, drawing from the Greek word "mimema", meaning "imitated".
|"Dancing Nurses"||One of the most peculiar parts of the COVID-19 propaganda effort saw thousands of nurses dancing in choreographed routines - something that blatantly clashed with one of the other PR-messages, the one of "overwhelmed hospitals".|
|"Let's Go Brandon!"||A euphemismic slogan which arose from a failed corporate media attempt to censor anti-Biden sentiment|
|He Will Not Divide Us||Hollywood endorsed "artistic exhibition", set up in opposition to the presidency of Donald Trump. which was trolled. An infamous event in internet history.|
|Trump Derangement Syndrome||Perjorative term used to describe irrational psychological "trauma" inflicted from Donald Trump.|
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