If you are looking for an analysis of MEME's that were most popular last year, well, MooPig Department of MEME has no such statement. In fact we are just catching on to the whole idea. This coming to light by way of one of our editor's sixteen year old son's habit of resolving issues through MEME's.
MEME's are not very well defined, but they are like "Google images." You can page through them for hours and giggle. How any one Meme migrates to a billion views, again that is mysterious. It is not Darwinian, nor Freudian, and plainly not stereotypical.
As a teaching tool, if teachers could harness the MEME, and not be the subject of one their selves, one could influence the minds of millions.
Of course it will eventually have to become an advertising tool, and that will pay someone's bills. At present it is in its peak of creepy, clandestine, surreal Internet stuff for your viewing pleasure. It is a mind map of some degree of alpha wave secularism.
What, me worry?
Best Memes Of 2012 - Business Insider: "As the only YouTube video to ever reach 1 billion views, Psy's "Gangnam Style" is easily the best meme of 2012. Everyone learned how to do the "Gangnam Style" dance and it became a football celebration."
Here are the top MEME's for the year; if you can put them in a category... good luck with that:
Call Me Maybe
McKayla Maroney is not impressed
Ridiculously Photogenic Guy
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/best-memes-of-2012-2012-12?op=1#ixzz2GZ7X1700
'via Blog this'
Dangling Boris Johnson
Badass Hillary Clinton
Angelina's Right Leg
Mario Balotellis Goal Celebration
Overly attached Girlfriend
Josh Romney Evil Eye at debates.*
There you go folks, let's call that one more page view for the MEME's of 2012!
*all the MEME sources are unknown, and moot.