Meme theory: memes don't die. They evolve.
@Sam da ram, or are recycled in different format. Kind of like words. E.g. on point on fleek :: Mr krabs psychedelic confusion caveman spongebob
Memes take the same sort of arc as art did over time. It starts out simplistic and lower quality, then it becomes easier and easier to produce higher quality memes. At some point, the high quality memes become normal and new memes that are derivative or twists how you would normally view them pop up, and then it goes full blown meta with simple and low quality memes commenting on the state of memes. And finally we return to being able to appreciate high quality memes once again.
Ah I do miss the old memes - would be happy for an occasional few but don’t think I’d like them being spammed!
Classic memes need to die out. Im not saying this as classic memes are bad, but they are called classic memes for a reason. We have evolved since then, and we will become Facebook if classic memes were to come back.
@Brimstonebellosom, oh yeah they evolved into deep fried bullshît
@Richard Cypher, oh yeah, what made classic memes good in the first place? Obviously deep fried memes have no place to exist and are too meta, but we shoudn't devolve to what 2011 was.
@Brimstonebellosom, relatability was what made them good
@Brimstonebellosom, I think we should let comedy be, with no limit. That’s how it’s always been and that’s how it’s always grown. Like now, puns are great, and they were great back in Shakespearean times. If you find something comedic then you find something comedic I’d say
@LegitAsian, A fvcking men!
@LegitAsian, I consider puns to be more... PUNishment than comedy.
I'm not sorry
Make memes great again
I never really liked impact font memes.
The future is now old man *said by the Yodeling Walmart Kid*
Not meta enough 4/10