Memes are basically just hilarious inside-jokes on the internet that are the only source of joy for some people. Without memes, they're lost. So don't be like them, and make sure you always have memes at the ready.
A very meme-inspired proposal. I recently did an engagement session for this wonderful couple and this photo was a last minute idea we threw together.
Maybe you two weren't married by the File-Sharing Church, but I'm pretty sure the internet brought you closer together!
My fiance and I are internet junkies and we love memes. We thought incorporating a shared love of our internet nerdiness would be perfect for our engagement photos. Our plan is to reuse the Me Gusta face on our wedding day. We also have photos with the Forever Alone face!
Hy husband and I have always been Cheezburger fans! We used, "Nom" as kind-of-secret, "I love you" for three years before our wedding day. The engraving on his ring was a secret (that is, he knew it was engraved just didn't know with what). As we were pronounced husband and wife, we left the alter, and he read the engraving. I thought he was going nuts, laughing hysterically down the aisle with me! He looked at me and said, "Nom." That's when I knew he had finally read it. Good thing he didn't r
As a graduate student, I spend probably a little too much time procrastinating online. As a result, I'm relatively up-to-date on memes. Although my partner finds only a handful of the memes I share with him funny, the "X grab my Y" meme was one that always got a chuckle. So, a few weeks before our wedding I contacted one of the artists from the original drawing and asked her if she would be willing to do a reframe with us as the characters! Angie totally came through and I slipped a printout