Did you know there are people born in 2000 and are now turning 18? They can vote, drive, maybe drink, and I bet their first word was Facebook!
Let’s drink to that, to the years passing by and for all the techie stuff that managed to turn into verbs in our vocabulary. I don’t want to be a Gen Z party pooper, so I thought we’d turn this little gathering of thirty somethings (hope so) into a cheerful celebration of all the gems the internet has given us.
So here’s my list of the things I’d like to add to my collection of internet and meme-themed stuff, because… reasons.
What Do You Meme?
Vine Is Dead, But Its Legacy Will Live On
Yes, there may be a Vine 2 in the making, but until then, let’s take a moment to reflect on the riveting quotes we all laughed at together as a united internet community. Here’s Milk and Vine: Inspirational Quotes From Classic Vines, a collection that distills the wisdom of Vine for just $5.99.
Color Meme Badd
This is a really old joke, so if you don’t know what it means, please feel free to disregard this. Bad if you’re into colouring books (such an adult hobby by the way), then you might as well unleash your creativity on the paper contour of the Grumpy Cat for only $6.99.
Did Somebody Say Unicorns?
Really, do I need to sell this? It sells itself for $9.99.
Deal With It
You can say it with words, but I’m a supporter of the old Chinese saying, that actions speak louder than words. So, next time someone at work is schmoozing you into doing some random paperwork you’d rather not do, you might as well put on your 8-Bit sunglasses and stay cool as a cucumber. Deal With It now comes to you for $8.95.
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