Fifteen minutes of fame is simply too much for these, the most annoying Internet memes we can't wait to see die in 2017:
Sure, we get it. You don't promise to drain swamps without uncovering some mud at the bottom of it all. But the yuge flood of Trump memes, videos and Facebook rants has made America's Internet grate on our nerves again.
Granted, the Internet has produced some artful forms of this, the most desparate appeal to empty accomplishment since the soccer participation trophy. But whether it's the natural parent of disaster-prone small children in us, or the simple dread this trend could all turn suddenly gallon-smash nuclear, we'd like to see it trashed.
So many memes about a child-napping gorilla shot dead, so many reasons to hate them, from racism to all-out obscenity. But the best reason of all? No better example exists of the Internet's propensity for turning the most innane symbol into everyman's platform to stamp their feet and shout at the sky.
As if the world needed another reason to hate the frat-boy who could never actually convince any fraternity to accept him, Seth Rogan, his latest YouTube supermarket prank only makes us cringe at the potential for copy-cats, from the artful-but-annoying to the plain-old inexplicably stupid.
The potty mouth that launched a thousand clips, this 13-year-old wore out her welcome even before Dr. Phil came back from station break last September. Yet she has gone on to launch her own meme, cashy YouTube remix and the ultimate sign you have Internet-arrived: A Snopes myth debunking. Howbow dah?