Ellen Held, all around awesome gal and my former intern. When she’s not dominating the marketing world at Carrier Access, Inc., she apparently is a maniac and dances like she’s never danced before. The accompanying song makes this meme really sizzle.
What are 365 Days of Memes? The context you seek is here.
If you actually know Bill Davis you might have just sh*t your pants as well. The St. Louis man of no mystery will think this is the greatest thing ever or will probably retaliate in a way that this will not have been worth it. Seemed like a good idea. Cheers, Davis!
What are the 365 days of random memes? The context you seek is here.
Brianne Sanchez – Des Moines PR stud and fellow Mizzou alumni who just happened to post this photo on Facebook a while back. Her error. She blogs at BS in the Midwest. Check it. Great pic, and hoping Brianne finds the same humor in it that I do.
What are 365 Days of Random Memes? The context you seek is here.
Update (January 6, 2013): 365 days is a big commitment and I’ve been working on more productive things of late. So, if I have a meme, I’ll post it. This is the official “365 is too much I cry ‘Uncle'” update. Cheers.
Here’s the token “I’ve ignored this blog for too long” opening sentence. That being said, I’ve been having some fun creating MEMES for some of my friends when the moment strikes. And you’ve seen all of these 365 days of photos, and well, 365 days of everything. So I figured, why not re-invent something with my own twist.
Mom – A Meme is an element of a culture or behavior that may be passed from one individual to another by nongenetic means, esp. imitation. AND/OR An image, video, etc. that is passed electronically from one Internet user to another.
I plan on starting this around August 15th so you’ve been warned. I’ll start the 365 days of memes. Do me a solid and comment if you want to be included, or simply like this post on Facebook. All of which will make this less than random, but hopefully still interesting.
I’ll post the memes here and on your Facebook wall and we’ll see where this goes.
Here’s an example of some memes I’ve created so you have some, as they say, context.