Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Meme"

The meaning of "Meme" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does meme mean?
A: A meme is a joke that's currently popular, mainly among young people and teenagers. If you search them up by name you'll understand the context of the jokes. Here's a list of a few popular ones at the moment:
Salt guy
Pepe
Spongebob meme
Gavin
Think about it
Q: What does meme mean?
A: I think "meme" was created to be like 'mental gene' (for example, a gene goes between people by birth, but a meme is a type of idea that goes between people by talking/reading)

Now, I think most people use "meme" to refer to a picture with a funny caption, or some other Internet thin that gets shared a lot.
Q: What does meme mean?
A: A meme is a culturally relatable or funny idea usually in the form of a picture with words below it
Q: What does memes mean?
A: a picture, video, or a saying typically humorous/funny , that is copied and spread numerous of times by Internet users.
Q: What does memes mean?
A: It's a funny or interesting picture, video, etc., that is spread widely through the Internet.

Example sentences using "Meme"

Q: Please show me example sentences with meme.
A: Have you seen this meme?
That meme was so funny!
This is the new meme I was telling you about.
You're so funny we could almost turn you into a meme!
Q: Please show me example sentences with meme.
A: A meme is a funny image or video. Example sentences:
-“Did you see that Kermit meme?”
-“I just sent you a funny meme
Q: Please show me example sentences with meme.
A: I saw a funny meme today.
Q: Please show me example sentences with meme.
A: "Dude, those are some dank memes."
"That's a horrible meme, what the heck?"
"Oh my word, his memes are trash.."
"Memes are my life."
"What is a meme???"
"You're a meme."
"Meme'd too hard, huh?"

Synonyms of "Meme" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between meme and dank meme ?
A: This slang meaning of "dank" means something like 很酷 (cool)
Q: What is the difference between meme and gif ?
A: A gif can be a meme, but is not necessarily a meme. A meme is not by definition a gif, however, it can be a gif.

A meme is a picture/video/gif that goes viral or at least is pretty known and used.

A gif is a soundless clip of a video/multiple pictures that just loops endlessly.
Q: What is the difference between memes and emojis ?
A: Memes are the ones that has like pictures and stuff and more expectation vs reality thingy while emojis are just like stickers for example 😂✌️❤️😭🐶 those are emojis
Q: What is the difference between meme and mama ?
A: meme is a picture with funny captions and Mama is another word for Mother or Mom.

Translations of "Meme"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what does this meme exactly mean? And when do you usually use this one?
A: When someone says “deal with it”, it means they are not going to help you and you either have to accept it or take care of it yourself.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? what does 'meme' mean in korean?
A: meme = 짤
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Please, explain this meme to me. What does "updog" mean?
A: It's not an actual word.
The person below asks what's a cactus because if he asked what's updog? It would seem like he's asking what's up dog?
Or just what's up?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? meme
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? memes
A: @LadyJ: thanks!

Other questions about "Meme"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce memes, Courtain, misdemeanor.
A: memes, curtain, misdemeanor
Q: Please show me how to pronounce meme.
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: Can you check if it's written correct or not? I tried to translate a Russian meme for my friend does this sound natural?
A: I agree with years/year.

There's an extra "o" in the top after "couple".

I'd change"just for" to "for just".
Q: Why do you say "feel old yet?" in memes, but not "already"?
A: "Yet" expects the action to be completed. "Are we there, yet?" It is also slightly more rude.

"Already" expects the action to not have been completed. "Are you finished already?"

Both can be said with different stress to mean the opposite, so confusion is understandable.
Q: Could you tell me some intensify memes?
And when do you use it?
I'm not sure what they imply.
A: It comes from closed captioning (subtitles which also include descriptions of important sounds). Someone took a screenshot from a show which basically said "_____ intensifies" in the caption and people began to use this language for comedic purposes.

http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/intensifies?full=1

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