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I am currently studying memes academically. I thought you might enjoy the current proposed ages of internet memes by PonyToast MORE MEMES: MAKE Early Golden age meme (pinwheel background Impact Text) MORE MEMES MAKE Golden Age memes use specific photos which have specific memetic "translations of Late Golden age (Just Photo, Impact Text) Transitional meme (Photo from tumblr, instagram, twitter or facebook, with an accompanying text, often added just for emphasis) At the transitional stage, memes here include "reactions" that encourage the reader into what it means or how it is 1'm sure this means something, but don ask me what dog When you show your mom a pic on your phone and she starts swiping Silver Age meme When Back to School commercials start coming on but you're not a teacher or a kid so you don't give a shit (photo with text in arial-design is reminiscent of a twitter post) At this age, the photo is the supplement rather than the defining characteristic. The text, rather than the photo, provides meaning. UBER eats New Age meme (Photos only, very little text) At this age, the meme no longer requires text for definitive suppliment. The meaning is expressed by memetic definition and The photos are self-explanatoriy and the meaning is expressed by multiple connected frames. Text, if used, gives context only Are you smart? Spelit Late Stage meme (nuked memes, deep fried memes, surreal memes These are not meant to pass on memetic meaning, but instead are entirely based on absurd and contextual humor They are often not made to communicate thought. No only be on ou ust I am currently studying memes academically. I thought you might enjoy the current proposed ages of internet memes by PonyToast MORE MEMES
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Liminal spaces: mariaschuyler I just got the weirdest feeling I swear you-deserve-a-rhink OK LISTEN THERE ARE REASONS FOR THIS!!! A lot of these places are called liminal spaces - which means they are throughways from one space to the next. Places like rest stops, stairwells, trains, parking lots, waiting rooms, airports feel weird when you're in them because their existence is not about themselves, but the things before and after them. They have no definitive place outside of their relationship to the spaces you are coming from and going to Reality feels altered here because we're not really supposed to be in them for a long time for think about them as their own entities, and when we do they seem odd and out of place The other spaces feel weird because our brains are hard-wired for context - we like things to belong to a certain place and time and when we experience those things outside of the context our brains have developed for them, our brains are like NOPE SHIT THIS ISN'T RIGHT GET OUT ABORT ABORT. Schools not in session, empty museums, being awake when other people are asleep - all these things and spaces feel weird because our brain is like "I already have a context for this space and this is not it so it must be dangerous." Our rational understanding can sometimes override that immediate "danger'" impulse but we're still left with a feeling of wariness and unease Listen I am very passionate about liminal spaces they are fascinating stuff or perhaps I am merely a nerd 883,376 notes Liminal spaces
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thefandometrics: We did it. We made it through! 12 months. 52 weeks. 365 days. 8,760 hours. 2017 is almost over. Let’s celebrate the stuff that made you happy. Here’s a toast to your favorite things on Tumblr. This is Tumblr’s Year in Review: 2017We looked over thousands of lines of data, scouring each and every popular tag in each and every popular category. We sorted this data with our very own Fandometrics rating technique, the pleasingly scientific system that measures searches, original posts, reblogs, and likes to rank your enthusiasm and love. For the first year ever, we have a community guest post. Meme Documentation (@memedocumentation) got deep into the nostalgia surrounding 2017’s most popular memes.Have questions about how this works? Wonder why Guy Fieri is not on any of these lists? Ask away! We’re going to answer your questions live on our Instagram on Wednesday, December 6 and again Wednesday, December 13. Now here’s what you’ve been waiting for. Tumblr’s favorite things in 2017:ShipsRemember: If your OTP didn’t make this list, it’s okay. It just means you are directly responsible and should’ve made more posts about them.Animated TVThe only list where a self-loathing horse and an extremely rich duck can be found in competition with each other.Live-Action TVIn the golden age of television, every single one of these is a winner. Some are just winnier than others.MoviesMoonlight beat La La Land in this list, too, but neither were No. 1.ActressesYou like them! You really like them!ActorsOnce again we find ourselves with a disproportionate amount of men named Chris. No one is complaining. Especially the men named Chris.Models20 women who have perfected everything from their smizes to their struts.Television PersonalitiesThe alternative name was “people who get paid a lot for being themselves on TV,” but that wasn’t very catchy.AthletesFor a community based on competition, the sports community on Tumblr is incredibly supportive and kind.Wrestling SuperstarsHit up this link or we’ll break out our meanest piledriver.Web SeriesWe put all of your favorite stuff from the internet onto one list on the internet.Web CelebritiesThe definitive list of your favorite YouTubers, Twitchers, and podcasters.  Solo ArtistsWe’re warning you now: Taylor Swift was knocked down a peg. There’s a new No. 1 in these here parts.BandsFive of these bands have numbers in their names, ranging from one to 1975.K-PopGet your light sticks ready!K-Pop Band MembersDid your ultimate bias make No. 1?MusicalsWhile we’re talking, let us offer you some free advice: Block less. Reblog more. Let your followers know what musical you’re against or what you’re for.Video Games⬆️⬆️⬇️⬇️⬅️➡️⬅️➡️🅱️🅰️BooksYou asked, we delivered. Feast your eyes on these words, you incredible bookworms.AuthorsFun (?) fact: This is the only list in the batch that features a man who died over 400 years ago.Anime MangaYou’re gonna triple axel when you see what’s No. 1.Tumblr CommunitiesThey aren’t any more or less important than the communities that didn’t make the cut. They’re just the ones that tagged their posts the most.Food DrinkThis list is zero carbs, and yet it’s full of carbs.AnimalsOld MacDonald had a blog, T-U-M-B-L-R.Dog BreedsSome puppers, a few pupperinos, a couple of fluffers, and, of course, a h*ckin’ boofer. boop this list, frenMemesTired: Tagging your friend in a meme.Wired: Tagging your friend in the replies to the Memes post.: tumbl FANDOMETRICS Year In Review 2017 thefandometrics: We did it. We made it through! 12 months. 52 weeks. 365 days. 8,760 hours. 2017 is almost over. Let’s celebrate the stuff that made you happy. Here’s a toast to your favorite things on Tumblr. This is Tumblr’s Year in Review: 2017We looked over thousands of lines of data, scouring each and every popular tag in each and every popular category. We sorted this data with our very own Fandometrics rating technique, the pleasingly scientific system that measures searches, original posts, reblogs, and likes to rank your enthusiasm and love. For the first year ever, we have a community guest post. Meme Documentation (@memedocumentation) got deep into the nostalgia surrounding 2017’s most popular memes.Have questions about how this works? Wonder why Guy Fieri is not on any of these lists? Ask away! We’re going to answer your questions live on our Instagram on Wednesday, December 6 and again Wednesday, December 13. Now here’s what you’ve been waiting for. Tumblr’s favorite things in 2017:ShipsRemember: If your OTP didn’t make this list, it’s okay. It just means you are directly responsible and should’ve made more posts about them.Animated TVThe only list where a self-loathing horse and an extremely rich duck can be found in competition with each other.Live-Action TVIn the golden age of television, every single one of these is a winner. Some are just winnier than others.MoviesMoonlight beat La La Land in this list, too, but neither were No. 1.ActressesYou like them! You really like them!ActorsOnce again we find ourselves with a disproportionate amount of men named Chris. No one is complaining. Especially the men named Chris.Models20 women who have perfected everything from their smizes to their struts.Television PersonalitiesThe alternative name was “people who get paid a lot for being themselves on TV,” but that wasn’t very catchy.AthletesFor a community based on competition, the sports community on Tumblr is incredibly supportive and kind.Wrestling SuperstarsHit up this link or we’ll break out our meanest piledriver.Web SeriesWe put all of your favorite stuff from the internet onto one list on the internet.Web CelebritiesThe definitive list of your favorite YouTubers, Twitchers, and podcasters.  Solo ArtistsWe’re warning you now: Taylor Swift was knocked down a peg. There’s a new No. 1 in these here parts.BandsFive of these bands have numbers in their names, ranging from one to 1975.K-PopGet your light sticks ready!K-Pop Band MembersDid your ultimate bias make No. 1?MusicalsWhile we’re talking, let us offer you some free advice: Block less. Reblog more. Let your followers know what musical you’re against or what you’re for.Video Games⬆️⬆️⬇️⬇️⬅️➡️⬅️➡️🅱️🅰️BooksYou asked, we delivered. Feast your eyes on these words, you incredible bookworms.AuthorsFun (?) fact: This is the only list in the batch that features a man who died over 400 years ago.Anime MangaYou’re gonna triple axel when you see what’s No. 1.Tumblr CommunitiesThey aren’t any more or less important than the communities that didn’t make the cut. They’re just the ones that tagged their posts the most.Food DrinkThis list is zero carbs, and yet it’s full of carbs.AnimalsOld MacDonald had a blog, T-U-M-B-L-R.Dog BreedsSome puppers, a few pupperinos, a couple of fluffers, and, of course, a h*ckin’ boofer. boop this list, frenMemesTired: Tagging your friend in a meme.Wired: Tagging your friend in the replies to the Memes post.
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mani-skaldulfn: bopdawoo: psshaw: cultofkimber: fencehopping: Here you go: A giant squid with the creepiest fucking arms ever caught on video on an undersea oil rig. Here’s the video That isn’t a giant squid; it’s a bigfin squid! And that’s actually way, way cooler!  Because! Bigfin Squid are really rarely seen past the juvenile stage. And, because we’ve never actually sampled an adult and they look radically different from the juvenile stage, we don’t really have a definitive idea of what this thing even is. We only think it’s an adult bigfin. And that’s cool as hell ‘cause it looks like an alien. But the juveniles look like this: Look at its little tenta-nubbins! And I’d never seen a gif of the video or the video itself; I’d only seen this still of it: So you just made my freakin’ day. God fuck you fuck you fuck awful no shit god bag every time I see creepy marine life I have to make sure I still have toes and I will not let them leave my sight for the next 45 minutes fuck you fuck. isn’t nature fun the ocean is bullshit : 07-1295 Shell Perdido AC857 Host Batch Set Hdg:317.69 Depth:7828.487929 1385 6 100 7842 10-1S 03 N:9485524.76 E:1017934.7611-11-07 Sunday, November 11, 2007 10:18:43 ANM mani-skaldulfn: bopdawoo: psshaw: cultofkimber: fencehopping: Here you go: A giant squid with the creepiest fucking arms ever caught on video on an undersea oil rig. Here’s the video That isn’t a giant squid; it’s a bigfin squid! And that’s actually way, way cooler!  Because! Bigfin Squid are really rarely seen past the juvenile stage. And, because we’ve never actually sampled an adult and they look radically different from the juvenile stage, we don’t really have a definitive idea of what this thing even is. We only think it’s an adult bigfin. And that’s cool as hell ‘cause it looks like an alien. But the juveniles look like this: Look at its little tenta-nubbins! And I’d never seen a gif of the video or the video itself; I’d only seen this still of it: So you just made my freakin’ day. God fuck you fuck you fuck awful no shit god bag every time I see creepy marine life I have to make sure I still have toes and I will not let them leave my sight for the next 45 minutes fuck you fuck. isn’t nature fun the ocean is bullshit
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memehumor: Conspiracies=Proof: Cinematograpner at Parallax Peak Nasa releases things slowly. We already have proof life is still there living underground. They'll tell us about it in 50 years maybe Like Reply Nov 23, 2016 4:53pm Edited Nice to know this guy has a direct contact with NASA. "claps Like Reply 19 Nov 23, 2016 6:05pm Le Triolet "We already have proof Show them me. Reply 4-23 hrs Like Cinematographer at Parallax Peak dont work for Nasa but this has been said and the proof was undeniable. Mars habitants live underneath the surface. Like Reply 22 hrs Proof? Where? Your response proves nothing. Like Reply O 4 20 hrs Cinematographer at Parallax Peak Honestly, I am too lazy. If you really want to see be serious about and I will post. Like Reply 20 hrs Works at Manager - Business Deve lo pment Please post -I am also intrigued. Like Reply 3 19 hrs Skovlyskolen i am too lazy". What a stupid excuse. Stop this tinfoil bullshit Like Reply 5-18 hrs 12 hours later, we are still waiting Like Reply 1 14 hrs Le Triolet You're mistaking "proof" with "statement" There's no definitive proof that life STILL or HAD existed on Mars The last thing they showed to us was leaking hill, where you could see some wet spots coming out of the top of the hill Apparently it's water trapped inside minerals. APPARENTLY! Water doesn't always contain 'life' And if they did find life on MARS, what would be the way to difference it from the microscopic organisms they sent from Earth to Mars with all the probes and bullshit/crap they constantly send over there? The plan is already ruin, if something... we created or recreated life on Mars Watch more documentaries or informate yourself better, I'm not making this stuff up. It's from NASA themselves. They tried to decontaminate the probes so they never send microbes/spores and such into space but it's not possible to completely clean it. Life PROBABLY exist on Mars but is it from Martian origin or 'Earthian'? That's what worry them the most. Like Reply 14 hrs משתלן at ה this is what i call "the trickle theory" which says that nasa already knows about alien life but is breaking the news to the public ever so slowly so we don't freak out. i do wonder about it sometimes but there is no direct proof for it. Like Reply 7 hrs Edited -Cinematographer at Parallax Peak why are you so upset with me? Its one thing no beliving me, its another to respond that way. Have you have looked for the proof? Or do you just go around disproving proof Like Reply 7 hrs Cinematographer at Parallax Peak t is, just look Like Reply 7 hrs Cinematographer at Parallax Peak The people of mars are human. They are more advanced then us but not in the sense of what you think. It was a catastrophe a long time ago they caused the Martians to bring and live everything they know underground. The "scar is mars" shows the damage from the catastrophe that sent them underground. There are pictures from Nasa that show the translucent tunnels they use. Some actually show a ball traveling through them. Mars is not a dead lifeless planet. and it is definite ly not red. The original pictures Nasa released before they doctored them shows this. The real question is, if these people exist, and the planet is not dead as they say. Why do they not tell us these things? Is there a reason they don't want us to know about the people of mars? There are domes on Mars, there are statues of past ruins that they forget to doctor out of photos. Thanks to people obsessed with this topic they found things nasa wouldn't have think to photoshop out. Entire cities are smeared out of Google Mars. There are black objects on the surface that are blurred out for no reason. If you don't question these things or don't want to that's on you. Googling anything I just said will force you to think. Its deeper than what "nasa" tells people. Just like the pictures released of pluto recently actually say they were taken in 2011 Like Reply 7 hrs Edited Manning, Alberta you seem have hard time understanding what "proof" means. Perhaps you should consider purchasing an english dictionary. Like Reply 7 hrs Cinematographer at Parallax Peak Whats with the insults? Like Reply 6 hrs Cinematographer at Parallax Peak just said google what i typed. Are you that lazy??? its not like I can post pictures here. Like Reply 6 hrs btw, those links you get from googling it, isn't really proof was well. a lot of it leads to conspiracy sites....and those aren't good sources as proof. a lot of it is speculation, yes they ask a lot of questions, and they are all valid questions, but a lot of them don't get answered. Like Reply 6 hrs Cinematographer at Parallax Peak You are not looking in the right place then. Proof to some what nasa tells them. So im done with this topic. If somebody would really like to talk I'll reply. I bet the people who believe everything nasa tells them are the same people who have faith in the government Like Reply 5 hrs What would we look for? Life from Earth is all we know, we wouldnt recognise life on Mars Cinematographer at Parallax Peak omg Like Reply 5 hrs memehumor: Conspiracies=Proof
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Gamers Are Having More Sex Than Anyone Else, According To Study: While s nowhere near as bad as it used to be. I think we can all agree that there's still a bit of a stigma around gamers, and gaming as a hobby However. new research conducted by a UK based money saving website seems to have found that-incredibly- amers are actually peting more action than any other graup of males in the country aubD oucherCodesPro canducted the survey as part of ar engoing research into stereetypes. 2.357 uK-based wemen aged 18 and over all of whom stated they were in a relationship and had been for the last year, were quizzed about their partners and their romantic lives. These women were given a list of descriptions. and were asked to decide which one best fit their partner-you can see what they found below 25% ,Rym, goer 212 higster 171 'gamer. . rackers 9% 'dad 7 nerdy 6 trend-setter 笈.chay. Fellowing this participants were asked if they were happy with their sex life, to which 78% agreed that they were, with a nermal civilised boundaries clearly broken dawn, they were then asked how often they had sex with their partner When it came me to find aut which group was the mast sexually active, the results were broken down and the average was found for each description. leading to those cheeky gamers giving it up no less than sx times a week. Oh. and the research found gamers are a prety selfiess bunch in the bedroom, with 59% puting their parters needs before their own. Take a lock at the impressive numbers below. Gamer-6 times a week Hpster-4 times a week Chaw-4times a week Trend-setter-3 times a week Nerdy-3 times a week Racker-2imes a week Gym gaer- once a week Dad ance a farlnight Naw, I'm mat saying this survey is definitive prost but if there any women out there who ind themselves unsaisfied by their trend-setter (what the fuck does that even mean?). then go get a pamer. We re nat that hard to find. since we usually stay indoors SORRY FOR THE LONG POST HERE SA POTATO Gamers Are Having More Sex Than Anyone Else, According To Study
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meme-mage: Attractive Unattractive Americans: How The World Sees America Paperback – August 3, 2015 by René Zografos (Author) Almost every human being on the planet today knows something - and feels something - about America. It’s the “land of the free and the home of the brave.” It’s responsible for hamburgers and Coca-Cola and color TV. It’s the center of the universe, with the greatest athletes, tallest buildings, most famous movie stars, and biggest dreamers. But what does a world that contains seven billion people really think about the most talked about - and controversial - nation on earth? This is the question that inspired René Zografos to spend seven years interviewing people from seven continents to pen the definitive guide to the U.S.A.’s global reputation. In ATTRACTIVE UNATTRACTIVE AMERICANS, Zografos - an award-winning Norwegian-Greek author of eight books and veteran journalist - brings together the voices of thousands of people from around the world to highlight their opinions of Americans and the country they live in. From Mexico-born ‘Dog Whisperer’ Cesar Millan and a Bangkok-based tailor named Marco, to American girl-obsessed Italian teenagers and Swedish ex-pats living in the U.S.A., Attractive Unattractive Americans is chock-full of hundreds of unexpected insights, opinions, compliments and criticisms about the so-called “greatest country on earth.” It’s a fascinating, not-to-be-missed exploration of culture, politics, philosophy, and the American Dream the likes of which has never before been seen in one place. Among the timely, unusual, and exceptionally entertaining questions ATTRACTIVE UNATTRACTIVE AMERICANS addresses include: · Are Americans liked or disliked when traveling abroad? · Do people from other countries actually care about what’s going on in America? · Is American music, film, fashion, and food as influential as we think it is? · How do the great American cities actually stack up against the Hollywood portrayals of them? · Are Americans attractive? : attractive unattractive americans how the world sees america RENE ZOGRAFOS meme-mage: Attractive Unattractive Americans: How The World Sees America Paperback – August 3, 2015 by René Zografos (Author) Almost every human being on the planet today knows something - and feels something - about America. It’s the “land of the free and the home of the brave.” It’s responsible for hamburgers and Coca-Cola and color TV. It’s the center of the universe, with the greatest athletes, tallest buildings, most famous movie stars, and biggest dreamers. But what does a world that contains seven billion people really think about the most talked about - and controversial - nation on earth? This is the question that inspired René Zografos to spend seven years interviewing people from seven continents to pen the definitive guide to the U.S.A.’s global reputation. In ATTRACTIVE UNATTRACTIVE AMERICANS, Zografos - an award-winning Norwegian-Greek author of eight books and veteran journalist - brings together the voices of thousands of people from around the world to highlight their opinions of Americans and the country they live in. From Mexico-born ‘Dog Whisperer’ Cesar Millan and a Bangkok-based tailor named Marco, to American girl-obsessed Italian teenagers and Swedish ex-pats living in the U.S.A., Attractive Unattractive Americans is chock-full of hundreds of unexpected insights, opinions, compliments and criticisms about the so-called “greatest country on earth.” It’s a fascinating, not-to-be-missed exploration of culture, politics, philosophy, and the American Dream the likes of which has never before been seen in one place. Among the timely, unusual, and exceptionally entertaining questions ATTRACTIVE UNATTRACTIVE AMERICANS addresses include: · Are Americans liked or disliked when traveling abroad? · Do people from other countries actually care about what’s going on in America? · Is American music, film, fashion, and food as influential as we think it is? · How do the great American cities actually stack up against the Hollywood portrayals of them? · Are Americans attractive?

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meme-mage: Attractive Unattractive Americans: How The World Sees America Paperback – August 3, 2015 by René Zografos (Author) Almost every human being on the planet today knows something - and feels something - about America. It’s the “land of the free and the home of the brave.” It’s responsible for hamburgers and Coca-Cola and color TV. It’s the center of the universe, with the greatest athletes, tallest buildings, most famous movie stars, and biggest dreamers. But what does a world that contains seven billion people really think about the most talked about - and controversial - nation on earth? This is the question that inspired René Zografos to spend seven years interviewing people from seven continents to pen the definitive guide to the U.S.A.’s global reputation. In ATTRACTIVE UNATTRACTIVE AMERICANS, Zografos - an award-winning Norwegian-Greek author of eight books and veteran journalist - brings together the voices of thousands of people from around the world to highlight their opinions of Americans and the country they live in. From Mexico-born ‘Dog Whisperer’ Cesar Millan and a Bangkok-based tailor named Marco, to American girl-obsessed Italian teenagers and Swedish ex-pats living in the U.S.A., Attractive Unattractive Americans is chock-full of hundreds of unexpected insights, opinions, compliments and criticisms about the so-called “greatest country on earth.” It’s a fascinating, not-to-be-missed exploration of culture, politics, philosophy, and the American Dream the likes of which has never before been seen in one place. Among the timely, unusual, and exceptionally entertaining questions ATTRACTIVE UNATTRACTIVE AMERICANS addresses include: · Are Americans liked or disliked when traveling abroad? · Do people from other countries actually care about what’s going on in America? · Is American music, film, fashion, and food as influential as we think it is? · How do the great American cities actually stack up against the Hollywood portrayals of them? · Are Americans attractive? : attractive unattractive americans how the world sees america RENE ZOGRAFOS meme-mage: Attractive Unattractive Americans: How The World Sees America Paperback – August 3, 2015 by René Zografos (Author) Almost every human being on the planet today knows something - and feels something - about America. It’s the “land of the free and the home of the brave.” It’s responsible for hamburgers and Coca-Cola and color TV. It’s the center of the universe, with the greatest athletes, tallest buildings, most famous movie stars, and biggest dreamers. But what does a world that contains seven billion people really think about the most talked about - and controversial - nation on earth? This is the question that inspired René Zografos to spend seven years interviewing people from seven continents to pen the definitive guide to the U.S.A.’s global reputation. In ATTRACTIVE UNATTRACTIVE AMERICANS, Zografos - an award-winning Norwegian-Greek author of eight books and veteran journalist - brings together the voices of thousands of people from around the world to highlight their opinions of Americans and the country they live in. From Mexico-born ‘Dog Whisperer’ Cesar Millan and a Bangkok-based tailor named Marco, to American girl-obsessed Italian teenagers and Swedish ex-pats living in the U.S.A., Attractive Unattractive Americans is chock-full of hundreds of unexpected insights, opinions, compliments and criticisms about the so-called “greatest country on earth.” It’s a fascinating, not-to-be-missed exploration of culture, politics, philosophy, and the American Dream the likes of which has never before been seen in one place. Among the timely, unusual, and exceptionally entertaining questions ATTRACTIVE UNATTRACTIVE AMERICANS addresses include: · Are Americans liked or disliked when traveling abroad? · Do people from other countries actually care about what’s going on in America? · Is American music, film, fashion, and food as influential as we think it is? · How do the great American cities actually stack up against the Hollywood portrayals of them? · Are Americans attractive?

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meme-mage: Attractive Unattractive Americans: How The World Sees America Paperback – August 3, 2015 by René Zografos (Author) Almost every human being on the planet today knows something - and feels something - about America. It’s the “land of the free and the home of the brave.” It’s responsible for hamburgers and Coca-Cola and color TV. It’s the center of the universe, with the greatest athletes, tallest buildings, most famous movie stars, and biggest dreamers. But what does a world that contains seven billion people really think about the most talked about - and controversial - nation on earth? This is the question that inspired René Zografos to spend seven years interviewing people from seven continents to pen the definitive guide to the U.S.A.’s global reputation. In ATTRACTIVE UNATTRACTIVE AMERICANS, Zografos - an award-winning Norwegian-Greek author of eight books and veteran journalist - brings together the voices of thousands of people from around the world to highlight their opinions of Americans and the country they live in. From Mexico-born ‘Dog Whisperer’ Cesar Millan and a Bangkok-based tailor named Marco, to American girl-obsessed Italian teenagers and Swedish ex-pats living in the U.S.A., Attractive Unattractive Americans is chock-full of hundreds of unexpected insights, opinions, compliments and criticisms about the so-called “greatest country on earth.” It’s a fascinating, not-to-be-missed exploration of culture, politics, philosophy, and the American Dream the likes of which has never before been seen in one place. Among the timely, unusual, and exceptionally entertaining questions ATTRACTIVE UNATTRACTIVE AMERICANS addresses include: · Are Americans liked or disliked when traveling abroad? · Do people from other countries actually care about what’s going on in America? · Is American music, film, fashion, and food as influential as we think it is? · How do the great American cities actually stack up against the Hollywood portrayals of them? · Are Americans attractive? : attractive unattractive americans how the world sees america RENE ZOGRAFOS meme-mage: Attractive Unattractive Americans: How The World Sees America Paperback – August 3, 2015 by René Zografos (Author) Almost every human being on the planet today knows something - and feels something - about America. It’s the “land of the free and the home of the brave.” It’s responsible for hamburgers and Coca-Cola and color TV. It’s the center of the universe, with the greatest athletes, tallest buildings, most famous movie stars, and biggest dreamers. But what does a world that contains seven billion people really think about the most talked about - and controversial - nation on earth? This is the question that inspired René Zografos to spend seven years interviewing people from seven continents to pen the definitive guide to the U.S.A.’s global reputation. In ATTRACTIVE UNATTRACTIVE AMERICANS, Zografos - an award-winning Norwegian-Greek author of eight books and veteran journalist - brings together the voices of thousands of people from around the world to highlight their opinions of Americans and the country they live in. From Mexico-born ‘Dog Whisperer’ Cesar Millan and a Bangkok-based tailor named Marco, to American girl-obsessed Italian teenagers and Swedish ex-pats living in the U.S.A., Attractive Unattractive Americans is chock-full of hundreds of unexpected insights, opinions, compliments and criticisms about the so-called “greatest country on earth.” It’s a fascinating, not-to-be-missed exploration of culture, politics, philosophy, and the American Dream the likes of which has never before been seen in one place. Among the timely, unusual, and exceptionally entertaining questions ATTRACTIVE UNATTRACTIVE AMERICANS addresses include: · Are Americans liked or disliked when traveling abroad? · Do people from other countries actually care about what’s going on in America? · Is American music, film, fashion, and food as influential as we think it is? · How do the great American cities actually stack up against the Hollywood portrayals of them? · Are Americans attractive?

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meme-mage: Attractive Unattractive Americans: How The World Sees America Paperback – August 3, 2015 by René Zografos (Author) Almost every human being on the planet today knows something - and feels something - about America. It’s the “land of the free and the home of the brave.” It’s responsible for hamburgers and Coca-Cola and color TV. It’s the center of the universe, with the greatest athletes, tallest buildings, most famous movie stars, and biggest dreamers. But what does a world that contains seven billion people really think about the most talked about - and controversial - nation on earth? This is the question that inspired René Zografos to spend seven years interviewing people from seven continents to pen the definitive guide to the U.S.A.’s global reputation. In ATTRACTIVE UNATTRACTIVE AMERICANS, Zografos - an award-winning Norwegian-Greek author of eight books and veteran journalist - brings together the voices of thousands of people from around the world to highlight their opinions of Americans and the country they live in. From Mexico-born ‘Dog Whisperer’ Cesar Millan and a Bangkok-based tailor named Marco, to American girl-obsessed Italian teenagers and Swedish ex-pats living in the U.S.A., Attractive Unattractive Americans is chock-full of hundreds of unexpected insights, opinions, compliments and criticisms about the so-called “greatest country on earth.” It’s a fascinating, not-to-be-missed exploration of culture, politics, philosophy, and the American Dream the likes of which has never before been seen in one place. Among the timely, unusual, and exceptionally entertaining questions ATTRACTIVE UNATTRACTIVE AMERICANS addresses include: · Are Americans liked or disliked when traveling abroad? · Do people from other countries actually care about what’s going on in America? · Is American music, film, fashion, and food as influential as we think it is? · How do the great American cities actually stack up against the Hollywood portrayals of them? · Are Americans attractive? : attractive unattractive americans how the world sees america RENE ZOGRAFOS meme-mage: Attractive Unattractive Americans: How The World Sees America Paperback – August 3, 2015 by René Zografos (Author) Almost every human being on the planet today knows something - and feels something - about America. It’s the “land of the free and the home of the brave.” It’s responsible for hamburgers and Coca-Cola and color TV. It’s the center of the universe, with the greatest athletes, tallest buildings, most famous movie stars, and biggest dreamers. But what does a world that contains seven billion people really think about the most talked about - and controversial - nation on earth? This is the question that inspired René Zografos to spend seven years interviewing people from seven continents to pen the definitive guide to the U.S.A.’s global reputation. In ATTRACTIVE UNATTRACTIVE AMERICANS, Zografos - an award-winning Norwegian-Greek author of eight books and veteran journalist - brings together the voices of thousands of people from around the world to highlight their opinions of Americans and the country they live in. From Mexico-born ‘Dog Whisperer’ Cesar Millan and a Bangkok-based tailor named Marco, to American girl-obsessed Italian teenagers and Swedish ex-pats living in the U.S.A., Attractive Unattractive Americans is chock-full of hundreds of unexpected insights, opinions, compliments and criticisms about the so-called “greatest country on earth.” It’s a fascinating, not-to-be-missed exploration of culture, politics, philosophy, and the American Dream the likes of which has never before been seen in one place. Among the timely, unusual, and exceptionally entertaining questions ATTRACTIVE UNATTRACTIVE AMERICANS addresses include: · Are Americans liked or disliked when traveling abroad? · Do people from other countries actually care about what’s going on in America? · Is American music, film, fashion, and food as influential as we think it is? · How do the great American cities actually stack up against the Hollywood portrayals of them? · Are Americans attractive?

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meme-mage: 15 Things to Watch on Netflix for Him Last week I covered What to Watch on Netflix for Her, this week Matt’s taking the blog over to share the men’s list. I’m not sure there is a definitive line between a guy movie or a girl movie. So instead my litmus test is if I’ve had something on the TV, Becca has sat down on the couch and asked “So what do you want to watch”? While in real life I smile hand over the remote and say that it doesn’t matter to me, in my head I think “Well I was already watching it”. This is my no compromise list, the handful of shows and movies that I have to watch when I have the TV all to myself.http://www.livingbettertogether.com/2015/07/netflix-for-him.html: 10 Things to Watch on NETFLIX for Him by Living Better Together meme-mage: 15 Things to Watch on Netflix for Him Last week I covered What to Watch on Netflix for Her, this week Matt’s taking the blog over to share the men’s list. I’m not sure there is a definitive line between a guy movie or a girl movie. So instead my litmus test is if I’ve had something on the TV, Becca has sat down on the couch and asked “So what do you want to watch”? While in real life I smile hand over the remote and say that it doesn’t matter to me, in my head I think “Well I was already watching it”. This is my no compromise list, the handful of shows and movies that I have to watch when I have the TV all to myself.http://www.livingbettertogether.com/2015/07/netflix-for-him.html

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Guide to hummusomg-humor.tumblr.com: SHAPE THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO HOMEMADE HUMMUS Directions: Rinse and drain any canned beans, then combine everything in a food processor . and blitz until srmooth. For a thinner consistency, add 1 tablespoon water at a time. classic 1 clove garlic 1 can chickpeas 1/s cup tahini 2 tablespoons olive oil 2 tablespoons lemon juice greek 1/2 cup crumbled feta cheese 1 can chickpeas 1 cup baby spinach 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1/8 teaspoon cinnamon southwestern 1 hipotle 2 tablespoons lime juice 1 can black beans 1/4 cup cilantro leaves 1 teaspoon cumin pepper pesto 1 tablespoon grated Parmesan cheese 1 can chickpeas 1/3 cup tahini 2 tablespoons prepared pesto 2 tablespoons lemon juice green herb +, 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 can chickpeas 1/2 cup basil leaves 1/2 cup parsley leaves 1/4 cup fresh tarragon beet 2 tablespoons 1 clove garlic 2 tablespoons lemon juice 13/4 cups cubed cooked or 1/3 cup tahini olive oil canned beets guaca-hummия 1 can chickpeas 1 ripe avocado 1 jalapeño 1/4 cup cilantro leaves 2 tablespoons lime juice tunisian 1/3 cup tahini 2 tablespoons harissa paste 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1/4 teaspoon lemon zest 1 can chickpeas italian 1 can cannellini beans 1/4 cup sundried 2 tablespoons olive oil 2 tablespoons lemon juice 1 teaspoon dried oregano tomatoes edamame 1 clove garlic 15/4 cups cooked shelled edamame 2 tablespoons olive oil 1/5 cup tahini 2 tablespoons leman juice tapenade 1 chopped roasted red pepper 1/4 cup parsley leaves 1 can chickpeas 1/3 cup pitted black olives 2 tablespoons lemon juice ranch 1 can chickpeas 1/3 cup Greek yogurt 1/2 teaspoon garlic salt 1 teaspoon dried parsley 1 teaspoon dried dill cheater's classic 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 clove garlic 1 can chickpeas 1/5 cup creamy peanut butter 2 tablespoons lemon juice FUNNY STUFF ON MEMEPIX.COM MEMEPIX.COM Guide to hummusomg-humor.tumblr.com

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