"Irusha likes cake" is an image. A what? An image, articulated MEEM, is an idea presented in Richard Dawkins' 1967 book The Selfish Gene. It's anything but a self-engendering unit of social impersonation. It's something that individuals rehash and pass along. Ideas and practices can be images.
Some more popular images you may recall are promoting expressions like "where's the meat?" and "thud bubble". They are images in light of the fact that their utilization spread far past their utilizations in ads. What about "is that your last answer" from Who Wants to be a Millionaire? Individuals mimic Donald Trump doing the cobra thing with his hand and saying, "you're terminated."
Have you ever 'Googled' something, utilized a Kleenex, or made a Xerox. These are models where brand names become the item. You don't really utilize a Styrofoam cup, you utilize a Styrofoam brand styrene cup. Advertisers love this wonder - yet the legitimate division despises it. In some cases when brand names become nonexclusive they lose their lawful standing - yet I'm not a legal advisor so I will not get into that here. https://memes-generator.net/Meme/Eric-Andre-Let-Me-In