1. Find a good site to repost EVERYTHING from. If you’re not spreading the images like a plague, you’re not doing it right.
2. Don’t repost EVERYTHING. Because “EVERYTHING” is just a word in all-caps and people would quickly get bored with it.
3. Be sensitive about what you repost, but don’t let sensitivity cripple you. Good humor is going to offend someone, even if it’s not meant to be offensive.
4. On the other hand, some “offensive” humor is good for society because it gets issues into conversation in ways other media (like “news” and politics can’t). Humor also puts things in a different perspective than the standard “serious” conversation topics accomplish.
5. Learn from your mistakes. Not everyone finds the same things funny, but there is also a clear “this isn’t funny” line that you can cross. Try to find that line before you cross, instead of after the fact.
6. Be yourself. Just because all your publicly displayed humor is borrowed doesn’t mean you can’t make it yours. It also helps if you’re a living meme, then you can’t be accused of borrowing yourself.
7. Don’t be afraid to express a dissenting opinion. See #3.
8. Plaster absolutely everything in the most morbid light possible. After all, he who laughs loudest laughs loudest in the face of death, right?
9. Pure positivity should be encouraged all the time, and being positively contradictory opens up a plethora of possibilities to further propagate positivity.
10. Make contradictory statements. See #8 and #9 for a case study.
11. Don’t create lists that end in odd or prime numbers. Absolutely NO math jokes, either. *glares at 42*
And now, a potato.