Any memelord worth his salt knows that fresh memes are the heart and soul of a true funpost, but how exactly are those memes created? Today we're going to take an in-depth look at how the finest memes are made for the dankest sites on the internet.
It all begins with the funposter. A funposter can be anyone. It can be a boy or a girl, a shaggy doge or a nice cade. The only requirements are a dedication to meme quality and a sharp eye for potential lmaohood. This funposter, also known by several other names like memester, postologist, or maymay’s kid, begins his or her (or xir) day thinking of the best way to make quality memetic images, songs, and text.
After initial brainkekking is completed we enter the production phase. Now the memes are ready for prime time, and we start by molding a buttery biscuit base. Next, the memes are baked in an authentic Nazi oven preheated to 300 degrees for 15 minutes, then cooled for an additional 2 minutes to insure lels. The memes are prepared to enter the final stage: dissemination.
The funposter drizzles the meme in a melted caramel jej and uploads it to a nice place, like 4chan.org’s quality content board, [s4s]. Other meme savants around the world see the meme, and a mass topkek ensues. The funposters are sure to save the meme, typically in .jpg, .png, .gif or more recently, webm formats, and store it for later reposting to relive their fond memories of experiencing this new school laff.
And that’s how memes are made.