Sometimes I see things on Facebook that just tickle me, and this is one of them. The meme, depicting a scene from Star Trek: The Next Generation, and captioned ‘Oh no. Picard has lost his face. Only YOU can help him by drawing a new face’, was posted by user Anthony Jacobs in the group […]
Speak to the manager. That’s right, that’s a Karen attack; all creatures within 30 feet must make a saving throw or take psychic damage.
Now, there’s no science to say that an assortment of D&D memes will help… but nor is there any evidence that a minute of out-and-out geekery will make things any worse.
Superhero Week means we get to march in more superhero memes. Why not?
Geek Native presents 15 D&D memes that you just wouldn’t want to miss. Here goes!
A curation of twenty of the most popular D&D memes from 2019.
Renamed animal logic: Porcupines become stab rabbits, snakes become danger noodles, skunks become fart squirrels, and curious brown bears become Sir Huggles Von Deathcuddle. Obviously.
Dark corners of the interwebs have been explored, sass and sarc have been navigated, trolls defeated and the echo chamber examined.
It’s been nearly a year since we topped up on D&D meme. Previously, we’ve looked at D&D memes on Pinterest, Tumblr and Facebook.
“Meme” has to be one of my favourite neologisms. Did you know Richard Dawkins coined it in 1976? That’s 42 years ago! Did you also know that in 1904 the biologist Richard Semon suggested “Mneme”, to mean almost the same thing? These memes are far less academic. These are practical memes. The transaction denied meme […]