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chescaleigh: With my book release less than a week away, I’m excited to share an excerpt from “Well, That Escalated Quickly” on Shondaland, the new Shonda Rhimes lifestyle site, which includes handy “Should I unfriend this person?” flowchart. As we all know, Facebook has changed many of our lives, relationships and businesses for better aaaand for worse. So I made a handy flowchart to help you decide when to cut the cord with your Facebook friends.   Unfriended! from Well, That Escalated Quickly (via Shondaland) And don’t forget #WTEQ will be available in hardcover, digital and audiobook on 5/22 at your favorite local retailers! Visit wteqbook.com to pre-order, get tour dates and more! : SHOULD I UNFRIEND THIS PERSON? HOW BADIS the COMMENT/POST? LOUD AND WRONG OR BIGOTED MEME OR VIDEO SLURS/HATE SPEECH THEIR HEART IS IN THE RIGHT PLACE BUT IT'S LOW-KEY FUCKED UP YIKES. Is this a first offense or... THEY KEEP SLIPPIN' AND I'M OVER IT Ain't nobody got time for that Do you know them IRL? NO YES They're usually on point. I dunno WHAT THE HELL is goin' on. SEE? This is why we don't friend randos How often do you see them? Weddings & holidays, ALL THE TIME! We Not that often but It's been a few We work saw the Black Panther we're friendly years & I haven't together THIS FOOL IS MY FAMILY doc together. They should know better. missed them What did I tell you about adding coworkers? SHIT. Aw damn. Leave a “not cool. Let's talk offline" then talk to them offline. Do you have time energy to talk to them? YES NO Don't sweat it. Make a mental note, check the chart next time. "Hey this isn't cool/appropriate, here's a link for more info. UNFRIENDING WILL CAUSE TOO MUCH DRAMA Change your privacy settings & restrict them from leaving comments. Franchesca Ramsey, WeLL, THAT ESCALATED QUICKLY @chescaleigh chescaleigh: With my book release less than a week away, I’m excited to share an excerpt from “Well, That Escalated Quickly” on Shondaland, the new Shonda Rhimes lifestyle site, which includes handy “Should I unfriend this person?” flowchart. As we all know, Facebook has changed many of our lives, relationships and businesses for better aaaand for worse. So I made a handy flowchart to help you decide when to cut the cord with your Facebook friends.   Unfriended! from Well, That Escalated Quickly (via Shondaland) And don’t forget #WTEQ will be available in hardcover, digital and audiobook on 5/22 at your favorite local retailers! Visit wteqbook.com to pre-order, get tour dates and more!
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<p>Chart describing the life of a meme given to me by students of a local meme collegium. Is it worth using to educate potential investors? via /r/MemeEconomy <a href="http://ift.tt/2uvK8xn">http://ift.tt/2uvK8xn</a></p>: Top of the kek Ironisation Meme enters a cycle in which it's ironised, and over time the fact it's been ironised is also ironised, and so on, and so on. Meme's lifetime tends o be very long, but it's humor value tends to drop over extensive periods of time, with each loop of irony becoming less funny than the previous, the meme eventually becoming forgotten or deemed too stale for investment to be further possible. Meme reaches peak of comedic value. From now on, rate of growtThe Peak starts dropping, and eventually becomes negative. Immortalisation Meme deemed so integral or funny to internet community despite it's long lifetime that it becomes effectively immortal, and permamently dank in a majority of communities. It's lifetime is often extreme, and the joke tends to spawn a multitude of variations. Fresh Second Judgement The meme became big enough on a meta level and reached a critical point in it's stability Depending on quality and recieval of meme on top of it's symbolism, it's fate from this point onwards differs Ex. SUCC, deep fried memes Ex. Funny Funny? First Judgement Meme spread to a wide enough audience finally reaches the point where the internet decides whether it's stale or dank. e Neutral Genesis point Joke freshly harvested from the meme plantations, still young and ripe. Rapidly spread by first-hand markets to the public. Cancerisation Meme deemed as "cancerous and "shit" by the internet. Causes vary, from too much market saturation compared to dankness level to repeatedly failed attempts at making the meme "ironic". Joke's value drops extremely rapidly over a relatively short amount of time. Obscurity Normiefication Meme only exists in small community circles, and eventually dies. Reasons vary, from the meme being forced, the meme being too similar to an arleady existent meme, or being plain unfunny. Meme becomes too widespread, and finally spreads to extremely unprofitable markets which proceed to both counterfeit it en masse and make multiple unfunny va it, contributing to the loss of the meme's comedy value and it's eventual death. Ex. Basically Stale everything related to fidget spinners riations of Ex. Dabbing Shit tier Time of existence <p>Chart describing the life of a meme given to me by students of a local meme collegium. Is it worth using to educate potential investors? via /r/MemeEconomy <a href="http://ift.tt/2uvK8xn">http://ift.tt/2uvK8xn</a></p>
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