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Re: MEMES V3: SUPERCONDUCTER BOOGALOO

Posted: Mon Dec 12, 2016 11:46 pm
by Garf
truly, there were no use for all of their gimmicks

Re: MEMES V3: SUPERCONDUCTER BOOGALOO

Posted: Mon Dec 12, 2016 11:48 pm
by Shio hime
SO CHECK THIS OUT!!
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Re: MEMES V3: SUPERCONDUCTER BOOGALOO

Posted: Tue Dec 13, 2016 12:15 am
by Scapegoat
nice meme guys I'd rate this one a solid 7/10 would be higher but vtheyoshi dragged you all down a few points for breaking the chain of what was otherwise a perfect execution of a quality meme.

Re: MEMES V3: SUPERCONDUCTER BOOGALOO

Posted: Tue Dec 13, 2016 12:19 am
by Shio hime
Garf also didn't have new page new x in his post so we lost execution marks on that one.

Re: MEMES V3: SUPERCONDUCTER BOOGALOO

Posted: Tue Dec 13, 2016 7:35 am
by Garf
you've gotta keep people on their toes with what they're expecting

Re: MEMES V3: SUPERCONDUCTER BOOGALOO

Posted: Tue Dec 13, 2016 10:13 am
by fluffyKittan
The never ending search for quality eton mess posts on this forum not counting squad posts

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Bonus when u tryina play some frisbee and drakes got your back

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Re: MEMES V3: SUPERCONDUCTER BOOGALOO

Posted: Tue Dec 13, 2016 2:07 pm
by Vtheyoshi
Scapegoat wrote:nice meme guys I'd rate this one a solid 7/10 would be higher but vtheyoshi dragged you all down a few points for breaking the chain of what was otherwise a perfect execution of a quality meme.
nah it had problems:
Shio hime wrote:Yeah we are ready for the punch line.
should be
"yeah we are ready for the punch rine"

Re: MEMES V3: SUPERCONDUCTER BOOGALOO

Posted: Tue Dec 13, 2016 3:48 pm
by Shio hime
Oh gooseberry fool, true.

Re: MEMES V3: SUPERCONDUCTER BOOGALOO

Posted: Mon Dec 26, 2016 4:37 am
by Twi
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Re: MEMES V3: SUPERCONDUCTER BOOGALOO

Posted: Sun Jan 01, 2017 10:06 pm
by Kappa
hahaha twi thanks for the meme :)

now it is 2017 what do you expect the future meme climate to be like??

Re: MEMES V3: SUPERCONDUCTER BOOGALOO

Posted: Sun Jan 01, 2017 10:11 pm
by Shio hime
low quality anime bait

Re: MEMES V3: SUPERCONDUCTER BOOGALOO

Posted: Mon Jan 02, 2017 12:02 am
by fluffyKittan
Garstang lord will take the world by force

Re: MEMES V3: SUPERCONDUCTER BOOGALOO

Posted: Mon Jan 02, 2017 12:33 am
by Garf
i hope for a swift death for 1000 degree knives

Re: MEMES V3: SUPERCONDUCTER BOOGALOO

Posted: Mon Jan 02, 2017 12:41 am
by Shio hime
me too thx

Re: MEMES V3: SUPERCONDUCTER BOOGALOO

Posted: Mon Jan 02, 2017 4:13 am
by PiGreat
GLOWING HOT 1000 DEGREE KNIFE VS GLOWING HOT 1000 DEGREE KNIFE MEME MUST SEE

Re: MEMES V3: SUPERCONDUCTER BOOGALOO

Posted: Mon Jan 02, 2017 3:46 pm
by Shio hime
Can we have a 1000 degree knife vs members of the public [social experiment][gone wrong] video?

Re: MEMES V3: SUPERCONDUCTER BOOGALOO

Posted: Mon Jan 02, 2017 3:48 pm
by Vtheyoshi
Garf wrote:i hope for a swift death for 1000 degree knives
i hope for a swift death via 1000 degree knives

Re: MEMES V3: SUPERCONDUCTER BOOGALOO

Posted: Mon Jan 02, 2017 5:39 pm
by Cruizer
Traditional I'm not a big user of meme's and didn't really understand their appeal. A meme is a picture with words underneath - if a picture paints a thousand words, how much more can 7 words under a picture add? (Answer: 7 words totaling 1007 words) - but I'm starting to think they allow us to see deeply into the psyche of humanity.

- Quite an interesting article http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/the ... 11fc5c38b5 - it interesting as then the same as today cats are unvoluntering political commentors in the human theatre. I dislike the one with the cat "demanding the right to vote" not because animals voting and women voting are false equivalence - but it does show human attitude to animals being given the most-basic democratic rights hasn't progressed much today then from 100 years ago when a horse trampled a suffraget to death for horse's right to vote. Also this form of sexism paved the way for more modern sexism (which I eluded to in bullet-point 2)

- I dislike Minion meme's which seemed to be everywhere a few years ago. Our father's generation had the smurfs as go-to images to express any point about anything; we get the Minions. The Minion's are basically like emoji's, in that they customizable enough to project any message (i.e. where people might use Garfield to say "I hate Monday's" - there's no skill in using a minion). Also basically nice people used to forward innocent "cute" Minion meme's on social media - but ass-holes picked up on this and tried to subvert it by using Meme's in horrible ironic-but-basically-as-harmful-as-actual-sincere-sexism, which isn't very nice.

- I quite enjoyed The meme's created by the TSF in the OP some were quite funny. But it's inteesting that these meme's in this time of selfies and where we're quite inwardly focussed featured pictures of their faces or avartar. Compare this with man's earliest meme - the cave painting, which showed animal life in motion realistically and were more focussed with the sky, nature and the world around them wasn't really interested in showing images of themselves. I think this says something about our time and being alive in this age.......but I'm not sure what.

Re: MEMES V3: SUPERCONDUCTER BOOGALOO

Posted: Mon Jan 02, 2017 5:49 pm
by Decretum
Cavemen were the best eton mess

Re: MEMES V3: SUPERCONDUCTER BOOGALOO

Posted: Mon Jan 02, 2017 6:10 pm
by Met
But were the caves dank?

Re: MEMES V3: SUPERCONDUCTER BOOGALOO

Posted: Mon Jan 02, 2017 10:02 pm
by beansontoast
Cruizer wrote:Traditional I'm not a big user of meme's and didn't really understand their appeal. A meme is a picture with words underneath - if a picture paints a thousand words, how much more can 7 words under a picture add? (Answer: 7 words totaling 1007 words) - but I'm starting to think they allow us to see deeply into the psyche of humanity.

- Quite an interesting article http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/the ... 11fc5c38b5 - it interesting as then the same as today cats are unvoluntering political commentors in the human theatre. I dislike the one with the cat "demanding the right to vote" not because animals voting and women voting are false equivalence - but it does show human attitude to animals being given the most-basic democratic rights hasn't progressed much today then from 100 years ago when a horse trampled a suffraget to death for horse's right to vote. Also this form of sexism paved the way for more modern sexism (which I eluded to in bullet-point 2)

- I dislike Minion meme's which seemed to be everywhere a few years ago. Our father's generation had the smurfs as go-to images to express any point about anything; we get the Minions. The Minion's are basically like emoji's, in that they customizable enough to project any message (i.e. where people might use Garfield to say "I hate Monday's" - there's no skill in using a minion). Also basically nice people used to forward innocent "cute" Minion meme's on social media - but ass-holes picked up on this and tried to subvert it by using Meme's in horrible ironic-but-basically-as-harmful-as-actual-sincere-sexism, which isn't very nice.

- I quite enjoyed The meme's created by the TSF in the OP some were quite funny. But it's inteesting that these meme's in this time of selfies and where we're quite inwardly focussed featured pictures of their faces or avartar. Compare this with man's earliest meme - the cave painting, which showed animal life in motion realistically and were more focussed with the sky, nature and the world around them wasn't really interested in showing images of themselves. I think this says something about our time and being alive in this age.......but I'm not sure what.
literally an essay on memes and eton mess

impressive

Re: MEMES V3: SUPERCONDUCTER BOOGALOO

Posted: Tue Jan 03, 2017 12:36 am
by Vtheyoshi
Cruizer wrote:Traditional I'm not a big user of meme's and didn't really understand their appeal. A meme is a picture with words underneath - if a picture paints a thousand words, how much more can 7 words under a picture add? (Answer: 7 words totaling 1007 words) - but I'm starting to think they allow us to see deeply into the psyche of humanity.

- Quite an interesting article http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/the ... 11fc5c38b5 - it interesting as then the same as today cats are unvoluntering political commentors in the human theatre. I dislike the one with the cat "demanding the right to vote" not because animals voting and women voting are false equivalence - but it does show human attitude to animals being given the most-basic democratic rights hasn't progressed much today then from 100 years ago when a horse trampled a suffraget to death for horse's right to vote. Also this form of sexism paved the way for more modern sexism (which I eluded to in bullet-point 2)

- I dislike Minion meme's which seemed to be everywhere a few years ago. Our father's generation had the smurfs as go-to images to express any point about anything; we get the Minions. The Minion's are basically like emoji's, in that they customizable enough to project any message (i.e. where people might use Garfield to say "I hate Monday's" - there's no skill in using a minion). Also basically nice people used to forward innocent "cute" Minion meme's on social media - but ass-holes picked up on this and tried to subvert it by using Meme's in horrible ironic-but-basically-as-harmful-as-actual-sincere-sexism, which isn't very nice.

- I quite enjoyed The meme's created by the TSF in the OP some were quite funny. But it's inteesting that these meme's in this time of selfies and where we're quite inwardly focussed featured pictures of their faces or avartar. Compare this with man's earliest meme - the cave painting, which showed animal life in motion realistically and were more focussed with the sky, nature and the world around them wasn't really interested in showing images of themselves. I think this says something about our time and being alive in this age.......but I'm not sure what.
reading this made me want to punch through my computer screen multiple times
nice one m8

Re: MEMES V3: SUPERCONDUCTER BOOGALOO

Posted: Wed Jan 04, 2017 10:53 pm
by Kappa
starting off 2017 strong with this amazing eton mess (part 1)
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Re: MEMES V3: SUPERCONDUCTER BOOGALOO

Posted: Thu Jan 05, 2017 8:08 am
by D.J
I keep clicking on this thread.

Why the hell do i keep clicking on this thread?

Re: MEMES V3: SUPERCONDUCTER BOOGALOO

Posted: Thu Jan 05, 2017 12:24 pm
by Yubel
D.J wrote:I keep clicking on this thread.

Why the hell do i keep clicking on this thread?
Like me, you just can't help but poke your head over their demented little playpen every now and then.

Personally I find today's meme culture has crossed the line that bridges the gap between harmless banter and common sense. Now people somehow find it acceptable to trivialise anything from mental conditions such as autism, depression and anxiety to cancer - cancer for gooseberry fool sake.