Meme Me Baby


Think of this as a meme-

this is a hieroglyph showing something very unusual and it’s making a very important statement and point- this shows the Pharaoh Hatshepsut as a dominant figure.

No big you say?

Well, yes. It is.

Hatshepsut was a woman who became Pharaoh- she was not someone’s Queen.

She was Pharaoh.

Whoa, is right.

Hieroglyphs showing Thutmose III on the left and Hatshepsut on the right, she having the trappings of the greater role — Red Chapel, Karnak

This is a meme too.

It’s been around forever as far as the internet goes and it makes a point but I’m not sure exactly what it is- other then kittens threatening your life makes us laugh- but should it?

Greater minds then mine will figure that out one day.

Old Style Meme regarding love and beauty:

The small temple at Abu Simbel was dedicated to Nefertari and Hathor of Ibshek. The dedication text on one of the buttresses states:

“A temple of great and Mighty monuments, for the Great Royal Wife Nefertari Meryetmut, for whose sake the (very) sun does shine, given life and beloved” 

And then there is this modern meme doing the same exact thing:

I like Meme’s they’re fun, they’re cute and in their own way they communicate ideas.

In my case, if they communicate something about grand or silly I love them best if cats and romance are involved.



FOWC with Fandango — Meme


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