A meme is a word coined by biologist Richard Dawkins to describe “an idea, behaviour, or style that spreads by means of imitation” (see its Wikipedia entry).
An Internet meme is one that is spread via the Internet, that is often humorous, and includes an image and a catchphrase.
The London Evening Standard newspaper have collected “17 working from home memes that sum up everyone’s mood right now”.
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“Before you know it, it’ll be 2pm and you can’t remember if you brushed your teeth.” I.E. What to wear while #workingfromhome to not go crazy, and other things our founder learned from six years of freelancing, which might prove useful amid new #Coronavirus-induced policies. ————————————————————————#workfromhome #covid_19 #loungewear #freelancing #writing #fashion #ootd #focus #enclothedcognition
For more memes, see: “17 working from home memes that sum up everyone’s mood right now“, Emma Clarke, Tue 24 March 2020
Main image from the video from BBC North West, March 10, 2017