Dank Memes

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Here is a meme that is classic

"we like IKE!"

What is not to like about Ike? His image ended up being congruent, at the very least in public areas he succeeded in being likable in two elections... in component because of their charisma, look, and credibility - however it had been all tied-together by the simple 3-word hear-it, say-it meme. Ike won by a landslide in 1953, closing a 20-year Democratic White House - despite the fact that he had NEVER HELD AN ELECTED WORKPLACE and therefore was not an experience legislator.

Ike's election was a triumph that is great of... also it might have be removed well even without the meme "I line Ike!" You can't reject the energy or the associations the motto introduces.

Other famous memes consist of:

"Hot pizza sent to your home in 30 minutes of less or it's Free!"

"we are number 2. We try harder."

The name of the business isn't even included in the meme but the associations are so powerful the majority of Americans recognize these memes even though they may not have see the ads in years in both these cases.

Here is another:

"just take the Pepsi challenge!"
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"Dank Memes" is an expression that is ironic to describe online viral media and in-jokes which are intentionally strange or have exhausted their comedic value to the level of being trite or cliché. In this context, the word "dank," originally coined as being a term for good quality marijuana, is satirically used as being a synonym for "cool."
Origin

The origin that is exact of phrase "dank memes" is unknown. Numerous have actually speculated that it had been coined in the /s4s/ (shit 4chan says) board on 4chan, /r/2007scape on Reddit or within the montage parody community on YouTube.[1]
Spread of "Dank" to explain memes.

On May 26th, 2013, YouTuber fennthulhu uploaded a parody video titled "How 2 make dank memes!", in which he demonstrates how to produce an "edgy" Success Kid image macro on the site Quickmeme (shown below, left). On December 20th, YouTuber Ethan Holey uploaded a video clip in which he recommends utilizing "dank memes" as a substitute for the terms "awesome," "cool" or "bodacious" (shown below, right).