Millions Of Internet Meme Condolences Pour In Following Death Of Margaret Thatcher
MILLIONS of Internet Meme condolence have begun pouring in following the death of Margaret Thatcher today.
Baroness Thatcher finally passed away early this morning at the age of 87 following a battle with absolutly everyone.
Among those paying tribute this afternoon was Internet meme creator Thomas Cahil from Lucan county Dublin, who admitted he is struggling to come up with a witty punchline for the former prime ministers picture .
“Everytime I think of something funny to write; I see it has already being used by someone else.” he said. “This could be a long day for meme creators and satirists.”
Thatcher, who led the British government between 1979 and 1990, suffered a stroke and died very peacefully this morning, her spokesman Lord Bell said.
“Unfortunately she didn’t feel a thing.” said Bell. “Not even an agonising scream.”
“I tried kidney-punching her, but she had already passed.”
The former Conservative leader is expected to join predecessors like Stalin, Mussolini and Hitler in the world history books, and will be always remembered for what she did to her country.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny said earlier that a book of Internet Meme condolences will be available on the governments website later today.