We've got some great news for those of you who are bored to death by the internet: Reddit is back to its old tricks. After a user created an urban dictionary definition for the made-up word 'yesn't,' some beautiful bastard decided to create aChange.org petition to have the word replace 'no.' At the time of writing, over 18,000 people have signed the parody call-to-action.
While the petition probably won't result in any changes to the English language, it has inspired the creation of an r/yesntsubreddit. The community is full of a shocking number of memes dedicated to the word. These memes sure catch on real quick.