Mr President has decided this week’s Monday Meme should take a different twist. Precisely because as yet not many of them have actually been memes. For a long time Textual Relations has had a Memes and Quizzes category, opting to lump the two in together because although not the same thing, they’re similar enough. Yet he thinks it’s time we addressed the balance.
Apart from Musical Mondays there hasn’t actually been a “Monday Meme” even though he liked that title for the theme day (well, Monday Meme or Quiz didn’t quite have the same ring). Also, in the past, the Mystery Topic Challenge hasn’t actually been classified as a “meme” on Textual Relations, as it means a little more to Mr President, who was a founder of BlogNinjas, the group behind it. Yet if we were to classify it, it is a meme.
So today’s post will be dedicated to MTC #10. Although the deadline for entries has officially passed if you’re quick you might be able to get on the poll. The winner of this contest will win a $25 gift certificate as a prize, so it’s well worth entering. The topic is here, and even if you choose not to enter, you might still find it an interesting exercise to do anyway. It certainly opened Mr President’s eyes, as you will see if you read his entry.
Even if you choose not to write about the topic, Mr President urges you to read all the entries and vote. This would normally be the point at which he’d order you to go immediately and vote for his post as it’s the most awesome one there but he’s come to realise you’re a discerning bunch. You must be since you read Textual Relations.
So naturally his brilliance will shine through and you’ll vote for him anyway…