[Chat/2020/5]

[Chat/2020/5/1]

  • Author: czHfqev4

"doge" is considered an old and unfunny meme, but now there's a new wave of doge memes: ironic doge memes
irony and antihumor
and there's a new variation called cheems, short for "cheemsburbger"

[Chat/2020/5/2]

  • Author: fAZXEyze

Similar to the big bang and the rapid expansion of the universe, I believe we've past the point of maximum expansion, and are now in "meme retrograde", where in meme culture has started collapsing in on itself and reverting back to it's infancy.
For more information, see: 'I can has cheeseburger'

[Chat/2020/5/3]

  • Author: fAZXEyze

Similar to the big bang and the rapid expansion of the universe, I believe we've past the point of maximum expansion, and are now in "meme retrograde", where in meme culture has started collapsing in on itself and reverting back to it's infancy.
For more information, see: 'I can has cheeseburger'

[Chat/2020/5/4]

  • Author: tKK4vdXD

Memes were nothing more than a fad. They died in my opinion as soon as they hit the mainstream. Then you saw people using more of reaction images, but even that has become quite stale these days. I wonder what will be next?

[Chat/2020/5/5]

  • Author: YUA0VcdB

Young people memes / internet culture are nothing like ours, yet at the same time the humor is all recycled from the previous generation.

[Chat/2020/5/6]

  • Author: tF9W/af1

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQ4LiyFF8RU

[Chat/2020/5/7]

  • Author: A2ix2TwM

>6
Umm, you guys in this thread weren't kidding talking about weird mutations of doge memes.
1.1M views on that so quickly, well then.

[Chat/2020/5/8]

  • Author: sI12nrAp

https://dogelore.fandom.com/wiki/Cheemsburbger

[Chat/2020/5/9]

  • Author: lVOJ6lx5

>5
You forget that the people making this sort of thing now were kids when the previous generation was most active. A lot of them grew up with 2000s/early 2010s meme culture and are now making jokes about it. It's the modern equivalent of making YTPs out of DiC cartoons.