Images, videos, and real-time stories travel at lightning speed on the internet, giving rise to a new digital mythology filled with half-truths and fictions. "On memes, misinformation, and mythology" takes the form of a risoprint pamphlet with an initial run of 60 copies. The front side of the pamphlet features a condensed version of my master's degree research on mythology in the digital age. The unfolded backside features an interactive fill-in story in the style of madlibs. Participants can complete the story on the theme of anxiety in the age of technology by filling in the blanks.