What’s in a Meme?

What's in a Meme?

I’ve been a bad girl and have been a bit too preoccupied lately that I forgot to do any posts on Irez.me for a while. So I thought today would be a great opportunity to do one and talk about what exactly is a meme, since I get people asking me every week. So click on over to Irez.me to read my post about that.

The skin I’m wearing is a new release from YS&YS called Rachel. I’ve got a couple of raw shots of this image on my SL profile, with teeth and without teeth. The skin comes in both versions.

Credits:
*Skin: YS & YS Rachel 01 Nude by Monicuzza Babenco
Eyes: Mayfly – Deep Sky Mesh Eye (Desert Dawn, w4) by Arkesh Baral
*Hair: >TRUTH< Hollana w/Roots – caramel by Truth Hawks
*Necklace: .Olive. the Folded Golden Paper Letter Necklace – B by naminaeko (Arcade March)

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7 thoughts on “What’s in a Meme?

  1. That skin is gorgeous!

  2. Thank you Dani, I’m really liking it myself. <3

  3. I saw the comments on your profile feed along with the raw shot. This is the first skin that I can recall where teeth look good. This makes for a very natural and beautiful picture. I don’t think I’d want to walk around with my mouth open all of the time but this *is* a gorgeous skin, both options.

  4. Thank you! Although I have not been a huge fan of teeth in the past, I really didn’t mind this one. However, I still do prefer my mouth closed version I think. But this is good for fun pics.

  5. I’ve posted to your meme meme on my blog page dedicated, yes!, totally dedicated to your Blogiverse-shaking meme project! :D

    http://seicherrae.wordpress.com/singh-strawberry-memes-forever/

    I honestly didn’t think I’d have much for this one, but I got more pensive and verbose as I moved through it.

    I’m trying to figure out internal page jump links, if anyone has some tips on that I’d be greatly appreciative.

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