Memes – Images for Sharing

A meme is a term that is used and described by Richard Dawkins in his book “The Selfish Gene”, first published in 1976.  In his book, Dawkins explains the way cultural information spreads through memes.

An Internet meme can take various forms including that of an image, hashtag, hyperlink, website, video or picture.

We encourage you to use our memes including Jacmus’ hashtag on Twitter and Google Plus, when sharing any of our articles or images on this page:  #jacmus

You can also like and share this page below and join our Facebook community page, as well as invite your friends by referring our website address:

You can learn more about Internet meme’s at Wikipedia or purchase Richard Dawkins’ “The Selfish Gene” at Amazon.  We’ve provided a quick link to the book on Amazon here for your ease: –

Memes at Jacmus are free for you to share and distribute.

Image memes are provided for you to share with your friends on social media, put on your blog or website or even include in e-mails to friends!

Make Your Own Image Meme

Meme - Sheldon's Sad
Sheldon’s sad because we’re stupid. Let’s make this world a scientifically literate, if for no other reason than to cheer him up.

If you don’t want to go through the trouble of creating your own image meme from scratch you can make one online for free.  Here are a few image meme maker websites that we recommend:

Submit Your Own Meme to Jacmus and Enter Our Meme of the Month Competition

If you have made a meme that you’d like to see on our Meme page here at  Jacmus and it covers one of the topics we write about,  please contact us as we’d be happy to consider it .  Each month, we’ll select a reader’s meme for Meme of the Month!