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>Is it a meme when you foot kicks as a result of a doctor hammering on your
No. What would the foot be trying to accomplish? I see memes as tools we
use to do something. When you say "ouch," you're communicating your pain,
or trying to. You learned that behavior from other people in your society.
People in other cultures learn different words to use in that instance.
Memes are learned or invented behavior, not knee-jerk reactions.
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