The Final Anti-Meme Friday

Welcome to the final Anti-Meme Friday.

For the last two months, I’ve posted fresh new meme-hate for your entertainment.

 The first meme is always pulled from Facebook or Twitter, and its logic deconstructed in the most sarcastic way possible. The second one is anti-motivational and/or funny. Because…really…that’s all a good meme should aspire to be.

Enjoy this final entry! Rest assured this is all in good fun. I did this this to combat the stress of writing extremely dark fiction all day long.


Meme 1 (Bad)


If you’re subscribed to any kind of social media, you know these memes. They’re the dreaded ‘Like and share if you remember _________.’ or ‘Who remembers __________?’ or ‘Can a ___________ get 1,000 likes?’ memes.

Most people understand not to touch these things. They’re obvious clickbait set up by spam sites. The more people who share ’em, the more cash the spam site racks up. That’s their only purpose.

But every day, no matter how small an amount of time you’re on the web, you’ll see someone post one. Someone clueless. Someone bored. Or sometimes…someone’s grandma.

My advice is to follow the Meagan Trainor cat:




Meme 2 (Not quite as bad)


I’ll just leave this here.

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That’s all I’ve got. Forever.

Past Anti-Meme Fridays.

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Farewell for now.

J Edward Neill

Oh, here’s a few of my deadly serious books:

WebImageFront DDP 1 101 Questions for Humanity