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Meme, Okay, and Review: R Okay I have a question so I am just posting this pic for the question,what happened to the Loss meme review ?
Meme, Okay, and Review: R
Okay I have a question so I am just posting this pic for the question,what happened to the Loss meme review ?

Okay I have a question so I am just posting this pic for the question,what happened to the Loss meme review ?

Community, Dank, and Instagram: HOW TO MAKE MEMES Step one: educate yourself about meme culture and templates. Make a reddit account so that you can learn about dank memes and then make an Instagram account so you can learn about normie memes. Compare them both if you like the Instagram memes chances are, you're a normie. You really have to immerse yourself in memes to understand the context behind them. As every meme originates somewhere, you have to learn about the origin too For example the meme that I just showed you guys is a loss meme and is based on a four panel comic Step two: Educate yourself about current events Its very important that you keep up with the news because we live in a society, and with memes being based on real life events, meme culture changes rapidly too.so that's why it is important that you know what is happening around you. Examples of such memes are the anti-vaxx memes and EU article 13 memes. Step three: Choose your target audience It is important to know who will see your meme. Before making the meme you have to decide what audience you are aiming for. Is it an inside joke? That only some selected people will get. Or is it a meme targeted at a whole generation, for example the millennials. Nevertheless, it is very important to choose a specific target audience to get more upvotes. Step four: pick a template. Find an image to serve as a template or the memes base. This can be a screenshot of a conversation, an image from op culture. Or literally anything you want to use as a platform. Try to find either an image that has current implications or even a random stock photo. Step five: Construct the meme. Open the image in an image editing software, Microsoft paint is mostly used by all meme creators. But you can obviously use whatever editing software you like. Insert text in your picture something that's related to it or the current event. Dank memes usually oversimply a serious topic to generate humor for example the anti vaxx memes. Step six: upload it on reddit because that is the only place with dank memes Okay so I've mentioned this before, and I cannot emphasize on this more. Dank memes are supposed to be uploaded to reddit. It's like the world-wide database for memes and the whole community is active and your memes get judged by other users. One meme is all it takes to stardom. Step seven: Get those delicious karma points In return for uploading good content on reddit you get awarded karma points whenever your meme is upvoted, which is basically likes, its sort of a virtual achievement which distinguishes you from the normies. I decided to give a speech on how to make meme in a quiz.
Community, Dank, and Instagram: HOW TO MAKE MEMES
 Step one: educate yourself about meme culture and templates.
 Make a reddit account so that you can learn about dank memes and then make an Instagram
 account so you can learn about normie memes. Compare them both if you like the Instagram memes
 chances are, you're a normie. You really have to immerse yourself in memes to understand the
 context behind them. As every meme originates somewhere, you have to learn about the origin too
 For example the meme that I just showed you guys is a loss meme and is based on a four panel
 comic
 Step two: Educate yourself about current events
 Its very important that you keep up with the news because we live in a society, and with memes
 being based on real life events, meme culture changes rapidly too.so that's why it is important that
 you know what is happening around you. Examples of such memes are the anti-vaxx memes and EU
 article 13 memes.
 Step three: Choose your target audience
 It is important to know who will see your meme. Before making the meme you have to decide what
 audience you are aiming for. Is it an inside joke? That only some selected people will get. Or is it a
 meme targeted at a whole generation, for example the millennials.
 Nevertheless, it is very important to choose a specific target audience to get more upvotes.
 Step four: pick a template.
 Find an image to serve as a template or the memes base. This can be a screenshot of a conversation,
 an image from op culture. Or literally anything you want to use as a platform.
 Try to find either an image that has current implications or even a random stock photo.
 Step five: Construct the meme.
 Open the image in an image editing software, Microsoft paint is mostly used by all meme creators.
 But you can obviously use whatever editing software you like. Insert text in your picture something
 that's related to it or the current event. Dank memes usually oversimply a serious topic to generate
 humor for example the anti vaxx memes.
 Step six: upload it on reddit because that is the only place with dank memes
 Okay so I've mentioned this before, and I cannot emphasize on this more. Dank memes are
 supposed to be uploaded to reddit. It's like the world-wide database for memes and the whole
 community is active and your memes get judged by other users. One meme is all it takes to stardom.
 Step seven: Get those delicious karma points
 In return for uploading good content on reddit you get awarded karma points whenever your meme
 is upvoted, which is basically likes, its sort of a virtual achievement which distinguishes you from the
 normies.
I decided to give a speech on how to make meme in a quiz.

I decided to give a speech on how to make meme in a quiz.

Meme, Hair, and Got: EEK BA As a memento to the loss meme, I got a hair tatoo
Meme, Hair, and Got: EEK
 BA
As a memento to the loss meme, I got a hair tatoo

As a memento to the loss meme, I got a hair tatoo

Advice, Animals, and Fresh: loss_meme Loss is the perfect meme It's an in-joke. That's what makes loss memes great. In the days of the older internet, before they became a mainstream thing, memes were an in-joke. We're talking the era of rage comics and advice animals here. A small, enclosed group of "internet citizens" had these jokes that ran in their culture only. Memes lasted a long time before they became stale And then the meme explosion happened, the general public was introduced to memes and a new influence in the process of going stale was added. One can call it "normiefication",| prefer to call it "going mainstream". Memes still tend to have their origin as in-jokes in the more dedicated parts of the internet (Reddit being one of them), but they go mainstream quickly, losing their in-joke status. Loss, however, is just obscure enough to avoid going mainstream without becoming so obscure that nobody gets the joke. It's the ultimate in-joke of modern times. Moreover, there's a lot of room for different versions. This is another factor in the likelihood of memes going stale. Ugandan Knuckles became outdated almost as soon as it was introduced, because it's one-dimensional Its core was the spamming of a handful of phrases, which got old really quickly. Once all the applicable, pre-existing meme formats had been filled, Ugandan Knuckles died off Similarly, Tide Pod memes revolved around the joke of eating them. They only facilitated being put into various pre-existing meme formats, and once those had all been filled, the memes died off Over to the other side, We Are Number One was popular in part due to its charitable origins, namely the battle against Stefan Karl's cancer, but it also had heaps of potential for different edits. The room for creativity was massive, which is why it lasted as long as it did. Months after it first gained relevance, fresh and creative We Are Number One memes were still coming out. Loss edits are the same. Because the concept is so simple, a lot of different, creative edits car be made. It stays fresh because of that; we're dying to see what kind of twist the creator has made this time. That makes Loss an immortal meme, and therefore the perfect meme. Me_irl
Advice, Animals, and Fresh: loss_meme Loss is the perfect meme
 It's an in-joke. That's what makes loss memes
 great. In the days of the older internet, before
 they became a mainstream thing, memes were
 an in-joke. We're talking the era of rage comics
 and advice animals here. A small, enclosed
 group of "internet citizens" had these jokes
 that ran in their culture only. Memes lasted a
 long time before they became stale
 And then the meme explosion happened, the
 general public was introduced to memes and
 a new influence in the process of going stale
 was added. One can call it "normiefication",|
 prefer to call it "going mainstream". Memes still
 tend to have their origin as in-jokes in the more
 dedicated parts of the internet (Reddit being
 one of them), but they go mainstream quickly,
 losing their in-joke status. Loss, however, is just
 obscure enough to avoid going mainstream
 without becoming so obscure that nobody gets
 the joke. It's the ultimate in-joke of modern
 times.
 Moreover, there's a lot of room for different
 versions. This is another factor in the likelihood
 of memes going stale. Ugandan Knuckles
 became outdated almost as soon as it was
 introduced, because it's one-dimensional
 Its core was the spamming of a handful of
 phrases, which got old really quickly. Once all
 the applicable, pre-existing meme formats
 had been filled, Ugandan Knuckles died off
 Similarly, Tide Pod memes revolved around the
 joke of eating them. They only facilitated being
 put into various pre-existing meme formats,
 and once those had all been filled, the memes
 died off
 Over to the other side, We Are Number One
 was popular in part due to its charitable origins,
 namely the battle against Stefan Karl's cancer,
 but it also had heaps of potential for different
 edits. The room for creativity was massive,
 which is why it lasted as long as it did. Months
 after it first gained relevance, fresh and creative
 We Are Number One memes were still coming
 out.
 Loss edits are the same. Because the concept
 is so simple, a lot of different, creative edits car
 be made. It stays fresh because of that; we're
 dying to see what kind of twist the creator has
 made this time.
 That makes Loss an immortal meme, and
 therefore the perfect meme.
Me_irl

Me_irl

Alive, Meme, and Still: 2019 and he's still keeping the loss meme alive
Alive, Meme, and Still: 2019 and he's still keeping the loss meme alive

2019 and he's still keeping the loss meme alive