First Year Tagging Mates In “Sassy Socialist Memes” Really, Really Fucking Clever

Dominic Zheng, first year history major and future ALP Branch Stack, didn’t know how he even had material for political discourse humour before he was forced to read the first chapter of the Communist Manifesto in a compulsory Arts unit and became “enlightened” by a succession of Wikipedia articles on the subject.  At approximately 4pm last Wednesday Dominic discovered the occasionally interesting “Sassy Socialist Memes”. It was here that he felt, finally, he had an outlet through which he could express his revolutionary ideals.

@Randall Corn Power Sem 1 though?” he commented on a 4/10 meme depicting Joseph Stalin when he was young and attractive concerning “seizing the memes of production”, which we are unable to display here due to intellectual property infringements. In tagging his comrade, Dominic managed to conveniently glaze over the more genocidal aspects of Soviet Rule, which has prompted his critics to question whether the move was an ironic one, or whether he simply hadn’t gotten that far into his Wikipedia binge. Tragically, Randall was unable to extend the courtesy of a Haha react, leaving Dominic’s comment with a simple like.

Kevin, a friend of Dominic’s from high school and fellow co-founder of the Melbourne High Douglas Adams Society gingerly raised his obsession with the page a few weeks later. “You sure love those socialist memes haha. Feels like I can’t go a as such day without seeing you tag someone in one!”

“Dom” says he doesn’t mind the haters, and that they’ll all regret it when the proletariat rise up in a bloody retribution against the bourgeois. Speaking with the Salamander, Dom confides that he can’t help that he’s just “so much more intelligent than them” and that it isn’t his fault none of them “get” him anymore.

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