Millennials tickled pink by memes

They use these typically humorous images or videos to entertain and express themselves

Memes posted on the eastcoastjc Instagram page put a playful spin on school-related topics.
Memes posted on the eastcoastjc Instagram page put a playful spin on school-related topics. PHOTO: EASTCOASTJC/INSTAGRAM

These days, the language of the Internet does not just revolve around acronyms, hashtags and emojis.

Humour among the younger millennial generation has taken on a life of its own - with a local slant - on Instagram and Facebook meme pages in recent years.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on October 01, 2018, with the headline 'Millennials tickled pink by memes'. Subscribe