Which meme wins the meme war?

We’ve all seen the meme, right?

It’s the idea that everyone loves to see a famous face or famous person win a meme.

It’s like when you’re watching a movie and someone has a winning line or a winning moment, and you’re like, “Wow, that’s a really good line.

I love that line.”

The internet loves to have a great line.

The problem is that it’s a great thing, it’s the highlight of a movie or a TV show or a game, but it’s not the most memorable moment.

The internet is obsessed with that one moment.

And the internet loves it when a celebrity loses a meme, and that’s what’s so frustrating.

You want that, and I think that’s why it’s so sad.

I think the reason why people have that is because people don’t really understand the idea of a meme win, because we don’t actually know what a meme is.

So when you see a meme go viral and the internet wants that meme to be successful, it doesn’t make sense to me.

It makes sense to some people, but to me, it makes no sense.

That’s what we need to fix.

So I’ve been trying to make a new meme.

A meme that is more of an art piece.

It has a bigger, more complex meaning.

It will have an actual meaning behind it, and it will have its own rules and its own story behind it.

That meme is going to have some real, lasting significance.

So we’re not going to make this about a single thing.

We’re going to try to make it a really big, complicated meme that has a huge meaning and will have a lasting meaning.

I’ve got a really hard time thinking of anything else.