With his blonde pigtails and purple tutu, Zach Avery, now five, has been living as a girl for more than a year - after he first refused to live as a boy when he turned three. Little Zach was just three when he began refusing to live as a boy, instead choosing to wear pink dresses and ribbons in his long, blonde hair - because he has Gender Identity Disorder GID. And the primary school he attends in Essex has even changed the kids' toilets to gender-neutral Unisex in support of Zach since his official diagnosis last year, aged four.
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This decade, memes became something not just for a handful of internet nerds who lurked on message boards — memes are now for everyone. Huge technological shifts of the s led to this: widespread smartphone adoption and the rise of newfangled social media platforms like Vine. Memes also became a business — brands used meme-speak and accounts like fuckjerry made big bucks by reposting memes. To determine the ranking of this list, we considered the overall popularity of a meme, its longevity, and historical importance — what kind of impact it had on other memes and internet culture. Here they are:. In , year-old Mason Ramsey sang a Hank Williams song in a Walmart, and the internet went nuts. Ramsey has gone on to have some version of mainstream success, performing country music to live crowds, and, well, good for him. Much like a moth is drawn to a flame, we were drawn to memes about moths and their unquenchable thirst for lamps in summer They got their start with a Reddit post that July, a close-up photo someone took of a moth, which people soon began captioning and photoshopping until it took on a life of its own as a meme.
By Press Association and Zoie O'brien. The father of a three-year-old boy who was sprayed in the face with sulphuric acid sent a message to his friend hours after the attack reading 'Nailed It', a court heard. Jurors in court heard the 'cowardly' attack was organised by the boy's father as part of a bitter custody battle with his ex-wife. In the hours that followed the Afghan father from Wolverhampton sent a 'sticker' image to a friend showing a blonde woman wearing an apron with the caption 'Nailed It' following the incident. Six men and one woman were in the dock at Worcester Crown Court over the acid attack. The attack took place in Worcester inside a shop when the boy was at the centre of a custody battle. He also described messages sent by Pulko to another person, in which he admits 'I done it all' and added 'I'm stupid, I know I'm going for a minimum of 15 years'.