Top 10 Everything of 2013

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Jordan7890
Jordan7890

Sir, I would strongly recommend that before writing an article about a word, that you actually know what the word means.

Literally the only thing on this list that is in fact; a meme, is #10. Therefore, I give this article a 1/10.


Your original intention may have been to say 10 things you love about the internet. But with your unchecked, flippant disregard of miss-using a word that may very well be the "most misused word of 2013", I'm approximately 68% sure this article gave me Cancer. Or, at the very least, an Arianism.

In fact, perhaps you should have made an article called; "The most misused word of 2013". It would have at least had one thing in it that I agreed with. 


For example, I do not know, nor have I ever known a single person who has, did, or ever will, give a single solitary damn about whether or not "derp" becomes a "real word". As I see it, more than half (that's 50% for you who are wondering) the words used in American vocabulary can not be found in a Dictionary. And that percentage only seems to increase with the number of misuses of said "made-up" words.


In conclusion, "your article was bad and you should feel bad". See that? I just used a meme! Think of a meme like this; its an inside joke, for the entire internet! </rant>

CheesyHotDogPuff
CheesyHotDogPuff

Most of these barely qualify as "Memes". And there are a lot better ones, for example cringeworthy.

Robert_Steen
Robert_Steen

much fame

                   so award

        very accept

  wow

                                                      top doge

NaimRasal
NaimRasal

@Jordan7890You all are so very wrong. Memes are not just those funny pictorial commentaries and is actually much more encompassing. According to Oxford Dictionary:
1. an element of a culture or system of behaviour passed from one individual to another by imitation or other non-genetic means.

2. an image, video, piece of text, etc., typically humorous in nature, that is copied and spread rapidly by Internet users, often with slight variations.


Jordan7890
Jordan7890

Apologies, but auto-correct seems to have mistaken the, blood-engorged wall of a human blood vessel for the theological teaching attributed to Ariusa Christian presbyter in Alexandria.


tl;dr: I meant to say "Aneurysm"

NaimRasal
NaimRasal

@CheesyHotDogPuffYou all are so very wrong. Memes are not just those funny pictorial commentaries and is actually much more encompassing. According to Oxford Dictionary:
1. an element of a culture or system of behaviour passed from one individual to another by imitation or other non-genetic means. 2. an image, video, piece of text, etc., typically humorous in nature, that is copied and spread rapidly by Internet users, often with slight variations.