-"Rick Roll" YouTube video
-Any of the rage faces.
-any quotes from the CD-i video games.
-broseph, brosky, bro-etc.
-umad bro? lol u mad.
-uh oh watch out guys looks like we got a badass over here!
Dad says, "Internet memes are spread like wild rumours, and computer viruses. The most popular memes on the internet are like the Living Meme, they keep evolving."
Adopted Son says, "I don't know what pron means... Will you plz show it to me?" *troll face*
"Wow, all your base are belong to Chuck Norris!!"
"Jesus Christ it's an internet meme get in the car!"
In it's origins the meme was more something of simplification to make half-assed web chats easier with shortcuts. now it's evolved into stupidity, with people saying words like "Fail" out of context, or "good sir" in a derogatory sentence implying a condescending tone (geeks love to condescend) and even further south to sentence constructions such as "Adjective Pro-Noun is Adjective"
Basically the English language as we know it is screwd due to half-witted low-brow pseudo-nerds (imbeciles who manner themself like a nerd but have the brain capacity of a dangle-berry), and brain-dead tweens.
"Lame meme is lame"
"you, good sir, are a douchebag... and no we are not in Camelot so why the hell am i talking like this?"
"Your skillz are Fail! noob!, even though i don't myself attempt anything or prove i can do any better, i'll call you out because you FAIL."
"LMAO ROFL your mom has a penis! LMFAO"
"chuck Norris once..."
A trend that was funny/cool at first, but has gotten to the point of being so painfully unfunny and overused that most memes are used simply to provoke someone in an argument. Other memes are used by people that lack even a strand of a sense of humor. Also abused by douche bags and/or tools.
There are many many more, I don't feel like investing time into looking up phrases we've all grown sick of.