Here are some examples, including notes from the user indicating what the emoticons mean: (\/) (°,,°) (\/) WOOPwoopwowopwoopwoopwoop! (`･ω･´) <-- pedobear="" h4="">
Here's a quick look at some of the memes that came along with the dump. You'll see they include everything from Boromir's "One does not simply..." warning to a pipe-smoking baby.
These memes are kind of lame.
Image: Desktop screenshot
The leak sadly does not contain a reason why the CIA would want an enormous database of memes, but it can be assumed that the agency might have used them to translate all the civilian internetspeak that flew over their heads or even for interagency use. Many of the memes deal with cybersecurity and technological surveillance.
The memes probably hit about a two on the dankness scale, if we're being generous. The Philoceraptor seen below is an old classic, sure — but we'd expect some more profound philosophical struggles from the intelligence agency looking to hack our cars and TVs.
Come on, guys. You're better than this.
Image: The cia I guess?