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Internet "rules"

2020-02-14 by: Eric Wolf
From: Eric Wolf 
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There are "rules" to the internet, like:

Godwin's law: If an online conversation continues long enough, someone will
be compared to a Nazi.

Rule 34: If it exists, there is porn out it.

I posit a new one:

All memes must include at least one misspelling and one misused apostrophe.

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Eric B. Wolf                           720-334-7734

=============================================================== From: Jon Nyx ------------------------------------------------------ ~snip~ Perhaps "one misspelling and/or one misused apostrophe"? Otherwise, I see a problem with the proposed rule. Ur-meme reference: https://cheezburger.com/875511040/original-cat-meme-that-started-cheezburger Misspelling, check. Correct use of apostrophe (none, in this case), check. Alternatively, I submit a lolcat exception to the proposed rule, ie - "Lolcat iz not count?" Discuss. ~~jX