The network memes exist online as digital files and are specifically distributed through the Internet. Internet memes include not only image macros (they are a combination of images and text (such as the “tempered cat” memes), but also photos, videos, GIFs, and hashtags). Often, the network memes are humorous, ironic or ironic, which is a key part of making them attractive and encouraging people to spread them. But humor is not the only reason for meme transmission. Some of the depicted performances show a skill such as music, dance or physical fitness. Like the memes defined by Dawkins, memes are transmitted between people by imitation (or copying), as are Internet memes, which are digitally duplicated and then re-transmitted by anyone who shares them online. Although sites like MemeGenerator encourage you to believe, not only old images with text are memes. Their elements, such as images or text, or actions performed in the video or actions depicted in the selfie, must be copied and propagated on a large scale, including creative changes, to be the cause.