What local memes are on TheQuestion?

What local memes are on TheQuestion?

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Answer 1
July, 2021

I don't know if this can be called a meme, but oh, those 140 characters that many are missing for an answer.

_ _ _ __ approximately as I am now.

Answer 2
July, 2021

And what, in fact, is the phenomenon of this issue?

140.140.140.140.140.140.140.140.140.140.140.140.140.140.140.140.140.140.140.140.140.140.140.140.

Answer 3
July, 2021

I went to the zekweshn's comments today and saw that a lot of people were writing "What is the phenomenon?"

Then I immediately remembered your question.

(You can not read this, just 140.)

Answer 4
July, 2021
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Answer 5
July, 2021

I don't know how much this is a meme, but it seems to me that many old-timers remember Lev Oborin's ingenious answer to the question: "Is there a word in Russian that sounds like an insult or something funny in other countries?"

https://thequestion.ru/questions/52405/est-li-v-russkom-yazyke-slovo-kotoroe-zvuchit-v-drugikh-stranakh-kak-oskorblenie-ili-chto-to-smeshnoe

Answer 6
July, 2021

I think the most popular meme is: "Please give a detailed answer so that it is interesting to read it. The answer cannot be less than 140 characters." :)

The second most popular meme (although it has partially lost its popularity), in my opinion, is Vladimir Trofimov - the owner of the lowest rating on the question.

Vladimir Trofimov - TheQuestion

Answer 7
July, 2021

The coolest zekveschen meme that can ever be is throwing dirt on the smith of the zekveschen VK public. But this meme will be remembered by a rare oldfag, since the smmschik took offense for a long time and closed the comments. By the way, since that moment the public has become absolutely uninteresting.

The second meme is zashkvarshn. It's an excellent topic, although not so relevant, I'm tired of it.

Then, of course, Romchik dumped the Dump Truck and the branded "hugged".

Walk on five - no comments.

Probably, some users are memes, for example, a business psychologist whose name I do not remember, with a bunch of good answers, or, for example, Lev Oborin.

The blue whale is not a meme. The meme should evoke a pleasant warm response in the soul, and this is just a pain of the site.

Answer 8
July, 2021

What to eat in the morning so that you don't feel like eating all day? Many different versions have been proposed. As a result, the answers to this question are interesting, even useful. And VERY funny. You may not remember about other memes until evening.

Answer 9
July, 2021

I would definitely add theomism to the list and, in particular, Tyler Ivanovich Derden - a real theomist! This is a man with a victorious tenacity in conveying his views to a wide audience.

I especially like his anecdotes:

Somehow an atheist and a theomist meet. Atheist: there is no god. Theomist: Possibly, but what if you're wrong? Is it possible? Or is it impossible?

Or this:

Why so-called. Are academic philosophers afraid of theomism? Can he really pile on them? Is it possible? Or is it impossible?

Although no, this is not an anecdote, it sounds funnier than the first example.

In short, thanks to Tyler Ivanovich, I have almost become an Orthodox theomist (all better than an Orthodox Stalinist).

Answer 10
July, 2021

There is a very memetic personality - Romchik Dump truck, who hugs at the end of each of his answers. (In a sense, this is a forsed meme.)

I assume that the constant finding of the question "How to play the blue whale game?" in the top 5, too, will soon somehow be played up and become a meme.

Answer 11
July, 2021

"Imposingly walking on the five" from thequestion.ru question

Somewhere else there is a story about a friend that intrigued, but did not end with anything, written in such a way that it was blown up in the comments to a meme, not I can find, help. upd. There was a story: Once we had an argument with a friend ... The climax reached its climax when ... thequestion.ru

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