-Thumbs up if you're listening to this in (insert year here)
-The likes/dislikes are bigger than Justin Bieber's penis (or any other jokes about Justin Bieber's penis)
-X people are Bieber fans
Can't think of any more ATM.
Except well-executed ones can actually be quite good. See Troll Science for a great example. Heavy, heavy emphasis on "well-executed" though, and, let's face it, Sturgeon's Law is in effect here.
For memes that I hate, just any YouTube comment-originated memes, really. Especially "like this post if you are a fan of [whatever is featured in this video]" or "57 people thought [opposite of what was shown in video]". Also any stupid, copy-paste no-effort memes. "THIS IS SPARTA" was funny (at the time) for its out-of-place spontaneity in its context, not because it was funny on its own merit (though because of this, it is possible for someone with skilled hands to retool them into being funny again by reusing what made them funny: out-of-place spontaneity. But again...).
Well eventually I'll end up hating all the current existing memes due to them being worned out to death, then new memes will exist and....yeah it kind of just repeats itself from there. But until that happens-
-Over9000 (I can't believe people still say this.)
-Thumps up if -Insert Text Here--
I use to like memes until I took an "Arrow to the knee".
-insert name related to the video- Disliked this video.
-Anything involving that stupid rainbow gassy poptart cat. (If that's consider a meme.)
-Like a Boss. (I have the urge to destroy anybody I hear saying this around me.)
Those are the ones that stand out most to me at the moment since I don't know about a lot of memes.
It should be noted that the vast, vast majority of memes are actually quite good jokes or whatever. However, any sort of wit repeated ad nauseum will get old, so what was once novel and unique becomes commonplace and mundane. Ya'll are just complaining about the ones that have fallen into that pit.
To me the most annoying ones are those that take reference from shows almost nobody/only nerds watch. Seriously, making a joke nobody would understand is NOT funny; it ruins the fun of the talk. I've had to hear a lot of this stuff on a near past with people from here (won't give names).