1. An unnecessary word for 'trend' or 'fad'.
2. A special word meaning 'trend' or 'fad' that occurs soley on the internet.
Meme was a term coined by Richard Dawkins who, like his religious followers, thought he was coming up with something original when he came up with the word 'Meme', nor recognizing that there were already at least two words in the English language to describe this phenomena. (See above.)
Meme is now currently used almost esclusively within the confines of the second definition given here, to mean a trend or fad on the internet.
I don't think I need to provide examples. You wouldn't be here if you didn't know what a meme was.
And if you really don't know and you are reading this let me be the first to warn you: the internet is a horrible place and I encourage you in all sincerity not to use it for anything more than emails and whatever your work forces you to use it for.
Go live real life and enjoy. You don't want to meet the people on here the internet is a sad indictment on humanity.
December 11, 2012
1. To take someone on a walk of the internet. To each follow one another from site to site.
When the internet is your home you can even take people on walks. Meet at the same sights, leave messages which site to meet at next, or comment in next, take internet walks.
The the above description is usually uneccesarry since after people have met at some site, chat, MUD, whatever, they usually exchange an IMS address like hotmail or skype or ICQ or whatever is in vogue at the time, and talk to each other there, suggestion which sites to see and visit through lines.
Also may be known as an 'Internet Stroll' which maybe some might turn into an 'Internet Troll Stroll', I hope not, but at least I'd have coined that term too, if it happens to take off. (See below)
------------- Note this term, and its meaning has been invented, just now, by me, and I'm not joking so if you ever see this thing take off, you know who wrote it first.
Let's take a stroll through the internet, I'll meet you on the forums at newgrounds.
Let's go for an Internet Walk.
Let's go for an iWalk.
January 04, 2013
Hai is the spelling for 'Hi' used by children under twenty years of age who are trying to appear more Japanese but unknowingly don't realize it already means 'yes' in Japanese.
Western kid: Hai! I like Naruto.
Japanese guy: そうですか？
October 19, 2012
1. The dictionary definition which does not really fit on the internet, is: A lack of belief in a particular God, or Gods.
2. The real definition, which applies to the internet: The member of a religion of mostly anti-christians.
This is a religion characterized by word games and made up of mostly former childhood Christians from the western world.
Fun fact: It is the only religion in the world that uses semantics to pretend it is not a religion by quoting the above dictionary definition as if it actually reflects their religious beliefs and activities.
Uses code words:
'religion' usually means Christianity, sometimes means Islam, but almost never means any other religion.
Reason with a capital 'R' showing they worship some form of reason that is not a dictionary definition but a religious one.
'xtian' instead of 'Christian'.
They say 'YOUR God' when speaking to you, especially if you're Christian. They really mean 'I reject God'.
Some more honestly say, 'Judeo-Christian God' but are very careful not to actually bash Jews directly since they know it is still taboo in society, so they generally stick to Christians.
Some favourite activities include:
1. Dislike bombing Christian Videos
2. Like bombing their own videos
3. Comment flooding religious videos, especially Christian or anything mentioning atheism
Internet atheism may be the official religion of YouTube, but this has yet to be statistically confirmed. Though visual evidence is quite overwhelming.
'I'm an atheist, I don't believe in YOUR God'
'I am an atheist, atheism by definition is not a religion'
'Atheist's believe in Reason, and Science.' (Note the characteristic capital letters.)
October 19, 2012