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Like I said, I post only stuff I really think is good, new, or different.I have no pressure to post daily and that ensures my content is more likely to be good stuff. Memes on Facebook, especially ironic memes, are mainstream and so now you have huge pages like “” that have 700k likes.While you wouldn’t be wrong for suspecting that there’s a team behind the scenes, the local page is surprisingly operated by one guy – and not so surprisingly – his name is indeed James. It’s pretty interesting but there are a tonne of admins of meme pages in Australia, especially Sydney.The page posts a mixture of current, ironic and nostalgic memes alongside the occasional video. However there is also an editor on the page who helps contribute! Like 75% of meme page admins on big pages are in Australia haha.While there is a "sex cam" aspect to it, the more interesting phenom here is the platonic relationships that men and women form on the site.Money changes hands on the site for any of a number of reasons, even for something as innocent as a guy helping a woman pay her rent that month.Some guys want to feel important to these girls ...we've heard of them helping pay for things from tuition to speeding tickets." He says the site is not only a unique type of social network, but it exists because they are "very serious about empowering young women as autonomous economic agents.
With multiple admins, posting stuff a lot of the time in different styles of humour can clash and draw different audiences which can affect the reach of your posts. I remember some of the pages I looked up to back then (they’re now all gone, banned, or hacked) had reached 50,000 likes. It’s not about the numbers though – I’m just a dude who likes posting good memes. The most popular OC I created for over 6 million views, and around 20k likes from memory.
People can go there and interact with real people, not porn starlets acting, but real girls being themselves." By and large the site is full of down-to-earth women.
They're not models or "performers." They're the girls next door — literally, as most work from their own homes.
"I have two guys that tell me they love me throughout the day.
These are the people I can always count on and can talk to about anything," said "Lauraleigh," the assumed name of a full-time "Internet girlfriend," who works on a site called My Girl Fund. One might say [it's dishonest] to go along with it.
Welcome back to another instalment of Meet the Memelords – today we’re chatting with the dude behind ‘It’s James’.