Doge HD Wallpapers New Tab Meme Theme

Install Doge HD Wallpapers New Tab Meme Theme and enjoy funny HD backgrounds of the popular Doge meme. Smile with every new tab you open.

Do you know what Doge is? If you do, then you don’t want to miss this extension. Get a new Doge meme HD wallpaper with every new tab. This funny dog will make your day. Tell us in the comments what your favorite meme is.

Doge New Tab

Doge Settings

You can find the extension in Chrome Web Store.

By design Doge HD Wallpapers New Tab Meme Theme tries to get the most of your New Tabs, enhancing your productivity, its visual appearance and your overall web surfing experience. 

  • High quality backgrounds with every new tab
  • Current Date/Time
  • Current weather
  • Gmail Inbox

Doge Inbox

  • Google Calendar Sync
  • ToDo List

Doge ToDo List

  • Most Visited Sites
  • Recently Closed Pages
  • Bookmarks

Doge Speed Dial

  • New Tab Theme Gallery

Doge New Tab Theme Gallery

What is meme?

A meme (/miːm/ MEEM) is an idea, behavior, or style that spreads from person to person within a culture—often with the aim of conveying a particular phenomenon, theme, or meaning represented by the meme. A meme acts as a unit for carrying cultural ideas, symbols, or practices, that can be transmitted from one mind to another through writing, speech, gestures, rituals, or other imitable phenomena with a mimicked theme. 

Source: Wikipedia

About Doge meme

Doge (often /ˈdoʊdʒ/ DOHJ, /ˈdoʊɡ/ DOHG) is an Internet meme that became popular in 2013. The meme typically consists of a picture of a Shiba Inu accompanied by multicolored text in Comic Sans font in the foreground. The text, representing a kind of internal monologue, is deliberately written in a form of broken English. The meme is based on a 2010 photograph, and became popular in late 2013, being named as Know Your Meme's "top meme" of that year. A cryptocurrency based on Doge, the Dogecoin, was launched in December 2013, and the Shiba Inu has been featured on Josh Wise's NASCAR car as part of a sponsorship deal. Doge has also been referenced by members of the United States Congress, a safety video for Delta Air Lines, a Google Easter egg, and the video for the song "Word Crimes" by "Weird Al" Yankovic.

Source: Wikipedia

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