Memes are part of the Reddit corner of the Internet, the space where sharing gives content a new life and, in many cases, changes its original meaning. What’s a meme? Know Your Meme describes it as “a piece of content or an idea that’s passed from person to person, changing and evolving along the way.”
To put it a different way, a meme is an image with interchangeable text. For example, there’s Conspiracy Keanu, an image of a perplexed Bill & Ted-era Keanu Reeves, pondering really deep theories about how the world may not be what it seems.
Considering Know Your Meme has over 1,000 confirmed memes, of course there are going to be some literary memes out there. So we’ve spent countless hours searching meme sites, finding the best book-related entries out there. Enjoy!
Judgmental Bookseller Ostrich
Origin: A crazed ostrich with glasses on its face heaps scorn upon your book selections.
Origin: Ernest Hemingway being Ernest Hemingway, with a resemblance to the Dos Equis “Most Interesting Man in the World.”