posted on Feb, 1 2016 @ 12:09 PM
Memes were introduced into discourse during the civil war when the north and south stopped fighting in Virginia one October afternoon and instead
traded pictures of amusing cat sketches they drew in silly situations with captions that poked some fun at the war.
Later memes were used in the propaganda war to destroy the spirits of the nazis. Audio recordings of Hitler were given out with "translation"
insinuating he was actually speaking about either butts, his disappointment in his art class paint selection, or how his mother was actually a
terrible cook and he had to endure endless family meals.
Finally memes became a institutional part of western culture when Reagan officially recognized the "Wheres the beef" slogan as a national treasure,
allowing many memes, meems, me-mes, and maymays to strive under one banner together to make all discussions from that point on worthy of "the
I hope you enjoyed this history lesson. go forth and be excellent to each other.