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Thursday, June 14, 2021

memeing high
Unlike some of us, I haven’t succumbed to the chat-speaking charms of the LOLcats (or kittehs, or meme cats, or whatever you want to call them).

Until now, I guess.

But only for the historical record. Because I can’t be the only one to notice a strong resemblance between this feline-du-jour imagery, and the now-oldschool “every time you masterbate, God kills a kitten” pic-meme, can I? I see a clear connection. The Web’s fascination with cat humor continues its evolution, ever so weirdly.

The only thing missing from today’s rendition is those damnable domokuns. Although I’m sure there’s at least one LOLcat work of art out there with them in it, too.

by Costa Tsiokos, Thu 06/14/2007 08:16:09 AM
Category: Comedy, Internet
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  1. Oh, I love that duxz lolcat pic!

    Comment by david — 06/14/2007 @ 08:22:45 AM


    How was it that I sensed that the amazing story of Oscar, the nursing-home home kitty who predicts the death of patients hours before the medical staff does, would inspire an LOLcat meme?
    Personally, if I were on my deathbed, having a cat curl up besid…

    Trackback by Population Statistic — 07/26/2007 @ 09:53:25 PM

  3. pi!

    Comment by Anonymous — 11/07/2021 @ 07:50:39 AM


    Grant Barrett, of Double-Tongued Dictionary and “A Way with Words” fame, favors New York Times readers with the contenders for 2007’s “Word of the Year” crown.

    Barrett disclaims this list as being merely partial, and indeed, it’s something of …

    Trackback by Population Statistic — 12/23/2007 @ 02:40:39 PM


    Who knew that a slightly-creepy cat humor site did enough business to need an office staff? But it’s true: “I Can Has Cheezburger” is hiring, and is getting more of a challenge than anticipated in the screening process.
    Apparently, l…

    Trackback by Population Statistic — 04/24/2008 @ 10:38:12 PM

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