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Mars Explorer memes
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Memes of PlexPedia!
Submitted By AFriend on 12/02/22
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Hello all,
 
I've seen that internet memes are slowly creeping into Mars! As Mars is currently a rhetorical battleground, I've decided to take it here.
 
Anyway, the rules are simply this: Post a meme (image, text, whatever) related to Mars or Plexpedia. 
 
Don't flame or make people feel bad. Politely tell them if their meme is incorrect/bad.
 
With Friendship,
     -- AFriend
 
I'll start.
 
"Aubrey! What do your Falcon-eyes see?"
"They're taking the memes to Plexpedia!"

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Re: Mars Explorer memes
1 week - 32,767v
Posted 2012/02/22 - 4:42 GMT
What's a meme?
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Re: Mars Explorer memes
5 days - 22,986v
Posted 2012/02/22 - 4:52 GMT
is a meme.
 
Explanation:

An Internet meme is an idea that is propagated through the World Wide Web. The idea may take the form of a hyperlink, video, picture, website, hashtag, or just a word or phrase, such as intentionally misspelling the word "more" as "moar" or "the" as "teh". The meme may spread from person to person via social networksblogs, direct email, news sources, or other web-based services. An Internet meme may stay the same or may evolve over time, by chance or through commentary, imitations, parody, or by incorporating news accounts about itself. Internet memes can evolve and spread extremely rapidly, sometimes reaching world-wide popularity within a few days. Internet memes usually are formed from some social interaction (Rage comic or reaction faces), pop culture reference (Xzibit in "Yo Dawg" or Bear Grylls in "Better drink my own piss"), or situation people often find themselves in (Socially Awkward Penguin or Futurama Fry / Not Sure If X). For researchers it's hard to track down the birthplace of memes due to their viral nature, as well as the high chance of the meme spreading to the major websites nearly instantly.

Their rapid growth and impact has caught the attention of both researchers and industry.[3] Academically, researchers model how they evolve and predict which memes will survive and spread throughout the Web. Commercially, they are used in viral marketing where they are an inexpensive form of mass advertising.

 

~wikipedia

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Re: Mars Explorer memes
1 week - 20,780v
Posted 2012/02/22 - 8:43 GMT
Like... (The classic) Rick Roll!
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Re: Mars Explorer memes
1 week - 32,767v
Posted 2012/02/22 - 18:12 GMT
I like rook rollers better.


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