Why are "MEME"s so popular?
They seem like bumper stickers or commercials or telemarketing calls all over Facebook and I am getting sick of them. People think they are so clever, but I'm afraid the market is saturated with them to the point that they alienate people instead of making people think favorably of something.
A lot of them are funny, they appeal to a wide base, they can be multi-adapted, and they spread quickly through social networking.
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