Creative writing is a great way to learn new things, but it’s also the perfect medium to make fun of yourself.
And that’s where some of our favorite memes come from.
They come from people who are just plain wrong and are so creative that they’re able to use it to make themselves look cool and popular.
Here are 10 of our favorites.
#1: This Is Not a Meme (A.K.A. “You’re So Funny That You’re A Meme”)A meme from an episode of The Simpsons: In the episode “The Last Ship,” Homer is talking about a ship that has been destroyed in a battle with a swarm of jellyfish.
He’s using the word “you’re” as a metaphor for humor, which is kind of like saying you’re funny because you’re so funny that you’re a meme.
#2: The Simpsons and The Muppet Show are both known for their use of memes.
In the first season, “The Muppet Christmas Carol,” a character named Muppet is sent to an alien ship and learns that the aliens are sending him to “get the Muppet.”
The Muppets then use the Muppeteer’s ship to crash land on Earth.
In “The Simpsons Christmas Vacation,” Homer gets sent to the Muggsy in a dream.
Muggs are the Muggle cousins of Muppet, and the Mugsy has a huge beard.
#3: The Muggys are the second-biggest fan base in the country.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, more than 80 million Muggers live in the United States.
And they’re not all just fans of Muppety Muggins.
Muggle fans have been a part of the entertainment industry for years.
In 2012, The Muggle Show, an animated television series about Muggles, was nominated for an Emmy Award for Best Animated Television Series.
But Muggy fandom has never been more popular than it is today.
It’s especially important because Muggies are in danger.
A recent report from the Center for Disease Control found that in 2017, there were more Muggos on the streets of New York City than ever before.
#4: Muggishness Is Real: Muggle fandom is so big that the phrase “Muggish is the new hip” is used by Muggle fans to describe themselves.
This trend has grown so popular that the M&M Company, a chocolate manufacturer, created a line of Muggishly flavored M&Ms. There are so many different kinds of M&m candy that people have created their own mash-ups, including the Muffin Mugs, the Mummy Mugs and the Floppy Mugs.
#5: You’re a Memer: The term “meme” is a bit of a misnomer, since it refers to a set of ideas that are often completely unrelated.
However, it can be used to describe a whole series of ideas, from a tweet that sounds like it could be a meme to a series of tweets that sounds very similar.
This is especially true when a meme is created for a specific purpose or an image is used in a way that makes it appear to be a real meme.
This type of “memes” have become so popular they’ve made their way into pop culture.
For instance, “the muppets” is the catchphrase used by the Mupetes on the TV show Scooby-Doo and the characters in the series Muppet Babies.
They use the phrase to describe the idea that they can’t play Muppet Baby without a puppet.
#6: The Beatles were one of the first pop artists to create memes.
The Beatles used their hit “Hello Goodbye” to make a series that would eventually become a pop song.
They also released a video for “Tearin’ Up the Night,” which was a cover of the Beatles classic “You Can’t Always Get What You Want.”
It was a viral sensation and spawned countless memes.
#7: You Can’t Make Me Happy is a song about the joys of being a muppet.
The song was created by singer-songwriter John Cale in the 1980s and has since been used in commercials, documentaries, and music videos. John C