RTE’s online edition looks at which internet memes have captured the imagination of our social media contemporaries, and whether or not it has become something of a trend.
What started as a way for people to make money has now become an opportunity for social media users.
As such, memes that have become popular on the internet have been shared hundreds of thousands of times.
Comedy star Matt Dillon, for instance, recently shared a video on Facebook, where he used the word “woo” to describe a meme, which was a popular online meme in 2010.
In 2011, comedian and singer-songwriter Stephen Colbert said that memes can make you laugh even when you don’t like them.
Colbert also used the term “f***ing meme”, which has since become a popular meme, and even gained a certain cachet on the Internet.
Another meme that has become a hit is “trolls”.
These are people who create memes to attack people or groups on social media.
A common way of doing this is by using a picture of a cartoon character to attack another person, often by mocking the person.
The most famous example of trolling was the 2012 “F***ing Donald Trump” meme, in which an image of a caricature of Donald Trump was used to mock a meme mocking Trump.
The word “trolling” was coined by an American website, Reddit, in 2014, and the term has gained popularity in the West.
A few of the other popular memes have also made their way to social media platforms.
In 2011, for example, “Suck my dick” became the fourth-most popular meme on the site, after “pussy”, “f**king”, and “slut”.
“F**k you, you’re a f***ing whore”, for instance.
This meme was also used to attack a meme created by artist Tash Mihm.
In 2012, a group of people from the US started using the term, known as the “Cuckservative movement”, in an attempt to remove the word ‘cuckservative’ from the internet.
A meme that appeared on Facebook in 2015 to attack the group was titled “F*ck Cuckservatives”.
In 2016, a Facebook user named “Nyctophobia” used the “F**king Cuckservative Movement” meme to attack Milo Yiannopoulos.
In 2017, the term “#GamerGate” was also coined.
This meme refers to a movement of people who support the use of social media by gaming fans.
In 2018, a meme called “Sick and tired of your pathetic self” was created by a user called “thedoobrass”.
This meme has since been shared more than 5 million times, with the original user commenting that “you are sick of your own pathetic self”.
In 2018 a Twitter user named @MortyMcFife tweeted a picture depicting a meme titled “Cuck, cuckold, cuckservative”, which had the caption: “If you love the cuck, I am not cuckolded.
You love cucks, I love cuckolds.”
In 2018 another meme, called “The Real Cuck”, was posted, which has the caption “S**t cucks are not real”.
A video uploaded to Facebook in 2017 by a Facebook member named “Drew” has since garnered more than 3 million views.
“I just hate cuckservatives, because cucks believe that white people are superior to black people.
Cuck, fuck, c***,” this member wrote.”
If you hate the cucks you are not a cuck.”
Another Facebook user called “@macko_kirby” has been known to use the meme “CUCKS, CUCKS”.
In 2019, a video entitled “The Truth About Cuck” was uploaded, which features the video of comedian Mike Tyson saying, “Cocksucker, c**k.”
This video has been shared over 14 million times.
“The truth is, I’m a c**t.
Cucks and c**ts are just f**king f**kers,” Tyson said in the video.”
And I’m proud to be one.
You c**ks suck.”
Another video that has garnered a large amount of attention is “Fucking Cucks”, which features a cartoon version of Trump in a hat saying, in part: “Cockroaches, I don’t care, they are a f**cking f***king joke.
C**k is just a c***.”
In 2020, the comedian and actress Jessica Biel posted a video of herself, Biel, and her friend playing a video game called “FUCKING CUCK”.
In 2021, the singer, rapper and actor Kendrick Lamar shared a clip of himself being chased by a group called “Cunt Hunters”.
In 2022, the popular YouTube video “Killer Cucks” went viral.
In 2021 a Facebook group titled “Kills