An element of a culture or system of behavior that may be considered to be passed from one individual to another by nongenetic means, especially imitation.

To describe it easier read below.

A humorous image, video, piece of text, etc. that is copied (often with slight variations) and spread rapidly by Internet users. Memes are everywhere, you can actually be a meme easily even if you didn't do a thing, memes can be created in seconds, once you find a way to describe your picture your done.
<Insert Meme Sentence>
von Bloxxer 19. November 2015
An image, video, or set of text that becomes popular and spreads rapidly via the internet. Some examples of memes are Doge, Pepe, and the YouTuber called Danisnotonfire.
Person A: hey check out this picture of a shiba inu saying funny things!
Person B: Dude, I've already seen that. It's a huge meme.
von ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)meme queen 1. Oktober 2015
People who only care about themselves when driving and don't care if they cause an accident.

PEOPLE WHO JUST CARE ABOUT THEMSELVES AND NOBODY ELSE.
Damn me mes!
von Crystylin 13. November 2010
A cancerous internet fad that spreads like a tumor and is really annoying. Every time you go on a webpage or forum you'll see a meme.
Man: "Boy I'm sure having a good time"
Little brat: throws a piece of food at him
Little brat: "YOU MAD BRO!? YOU MAD!?"
Man: "Shut the fuck up you meme loving scrub!"
von JakeEnglish 16. November 2014
1) An inside joke for people with no friends with whom to have actual inside jokes.

2) A method to give meaning to otherwise meaningless, pointless lives.

3) Something, ANYTHING, that is on the Internet.
"Woo, yeah! Milhouse is a meme, or something! I know what that refers to! I feel included!"
von Richard Runcorn 17. August 2012
In essence, a meme is a running joke carried out not by a solitary comedian, but by the collective online community. Memes are very impermanent, rarely lasting more than three to six months (with a handful of notable exceptions which have lasted for several years), both due to the susceptibility of any joke to be worn out, and due to the rapid communication present on the worldwide web. Many advertising companies and media outlets misconstrue this quite severely, however. (In more recent years, dead memes have been resurrected and used ironically, likely fueling the confusion.)
A: Hey, have you met my friend... JOHN CENA
B: That meme is really getting old, man. It used to be funny, but now it just ticks me off!
von Pizkwat 25. April 2016
Those annoying pictures you see floating around the internet with horribly cheesy captions with painfuly bad jokes.
"Oh my god, check out this meme!"
"No thank you, memes are really annoying."
von Officially Batman 14. September 2015
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