Grammar

Oxford Comma Meme

2018-01-31 19:52 #0 by: Evelina

I love language memes Laughing out loud

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2018-02-01 07:08 #1 by: Niklas

It took a minute, but I finally got it. I had to look closely at the images. :-)

Best regards, Niklas

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2018-02-02 05:40 #2 by: Emo

I wanted to learn a new word, so tried to find the word meme in my dicyonary, but it is from 2000, so I couldn't find it.
Do you have a place on (at) the net where I can find your "newword" like we have in Sweden.

First I have to look in the Urban Dictonary. They told me at Pixelgasm.com that I could find more "new" words there. This is what I found there:

My website: American version
Min hemsida: Svensk version

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2018-02-02 09:23 #3 by: Niklas

Wikipedia often is a good place to start:

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meme?wprov=sfti1

“Thought or idea that can be shared, in analogy to a gene”

Best regards, Niklas

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2018-02-02 09:48 #4 by: Emo

#3 Thank you. Laughing

My website: American version
Min hemsida: Svensk version

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2018-02-02 13:43 #5 by: Evelina

I put up a discussion post with a video that defines what a Meme is, Emo. I hope you enjoy it. Laughing

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