Wugs are a small flightless species of thought experiment (pictured here with a graduate student) native to North America. They are very social and are always seen in bonded pairs. Previously, these were thought to be mates, but Gleeson’s famous experiment suggests that they might reproduce asexually, with a single Wug giving rise to two [plural of Wug], leading some researchers to believe these bonded pairs are siblings or parent and offspring rather than mates. This is further supported by the fact that Wugs have no sexual dimorphism, and basically one Wug looks the same as any other Wug.
A light blue color morph is by far the most common, but occasionally white, pink, or yellow Wugs are seen as well. While they are nearly impossible to train by classical conditioning, they are very intelligent and quickly learn verbal commands from immersion and pattern recognition, and are harmless and robust enough to be ideal pets for young children.
They are tolerant of many different climates and now live in linguistics departments the world over, where they are often kept as pets by graduate students, due to their ease of upkeep. Much like B. F. Skinner, they eat their words, and thus can be cared for very cheaply, aside from the initial cost of building a Deep Structure for them to roost in. They are the only known species to vocalize in the International Phonetic Alphabet.
How you considered adding proper grammar (as proper as grammar can BE for memes anyway) to meme bot, or are you content to just leave them a garbled mess half the time? (Dont get me wrong, the garbled mess itself can be funny at times, I am just curious on your thoughts on the grammar issue)