an extension of godwin’s law, merritt’s law states that as an online argument grows longer and more heated, it becomes increasingly likely that a partic*p*nt will stop discussing things and just throw up a series of “memes” (see below). when such an event occurs, the person guilty of running afoul of merritt’s law has effectively forfeited the argument.
properly used, the term “meme” refers broadly to “an idea, behavior, style, or usage that spreads from one person to another in a culture” but as used above, the term “meme” refers to an image with words typed onto it spread via social media. the words are not searchable and, as it turns out, when the words are intended to be a quote, it very frequently turns out to be a misquote.
you started using memes instead of words so, according to merritt’s law, you lost!
- timmy timato
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disabled terrorist c*nt .shouts allahu akbar without blowing up the new isis recruit just did a taikhoom.
term used in africa to describe a young leader with mental problems. frequently used in discord chats to describe a “noob admin”. guy 1: hey chucky! wanna have some fun? guy 2: no, a ukoz would warn us. guy 1: d*mn right i’m scared of him
somebody who is really thoughtful. she is friends with everyone. she really is kind and caring. overall 99 fantastic person she is a definite amarie