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  • 10/19/12--15:55: Pending Larry Quote
  • Overview

    Pending Larry Quote is a note left at the top of a press release containing the third-quarter earnings report for the multinational Internet and software corporation Google, which was prematurely released by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in October 2012. Written in all-capital letters and meant to be for internal use only, the discovery of the note quickly inspired the creation of the #PendingLarryQuote hashtag and the parody profile @PendingLarry on the microblogging site Twitter.

    Background

    On October 18th, 2012, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission[1] posted Google’s third-quarter earnings several hours before it was scheduled for release on the web. Aside from the company’s disappointing revenue figures, it was also discovered that a placeholder for a pending quote from Google CEO Larry Page was mistakenly left intact at the top of the press release, reading “PENDING LARRY QUOTE.” Although not directly related to the memo, Google shares dropped nine percent in value on that day before stock exchange trading was temporarily halted.



    Notable Developments

    On Twitter

    Shortly after the earnings report was released, the hashtag #PendingLarryQuote began circulating on Twitter, often accompanied by tweets mocking the press release note. The same day, The @PendingLarry novelty Twitter account was created, featuring humorous tweets about the earnings report from the perspective of Larry Page. Also on October 18th, the business news blog InvestorPlace[3] published a post titled “The Top 5 ‘Pending Larry’ Tweets,” which highlighted several notable examples from the @PendingLarry feed.


    News Media Coverage

    The same day, the blunder was reported by a number of traditional news media outlets, including NPR,[4] The Wall Street Journal,[5]CNBC,[7] and Forbes,[11] and several Internet news and tech blogs, including BuzzFeed,[2] Mashable[10] and CNET.[6] Many of the news reports noted how the press release place holder was gaining momentum as an in-joke online.

    Twitter Feed



    Search Interest

    Not available.

    External References


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  • 10/19/12--21:51: Santa Can Find You!
  • Santa is watching you. He will find you.


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  • 10/19/12--22:57: Tupac vs Biggie
  • [w.i.p.]


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  • 10/20/12--16:19: Evil Toddler
  • This is the most Evil Toddler


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  • 10/20/12--19:08: Romnesia
  • First created by blogger Brian Rosman in April 2011, here’s the Obama speech that blew up Romnesia in October 2012:


    Lots of good nerdy history in the Wikipedia article

    Some images:










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  • 10/20/12--19:58: One-Winged Angel
  • About

    One-Winged Angel is a musical theme from the game Final Fantasy VII.[2] It became notable for being the background theme music for the game’s final battle against Sephiroth.[1] The popularity of the character, combined with the popurity of the game itself, has made the theme one of the most notable songs in gaming history.

    Origin

    Final Fantasy VII was first released in 1997 for the Sony Playstation. The game itself is a role-playing video game developed by Square Enix as the seventh installment in the Final Fantasy series. During the last part of the game, the player battles the main antagonist Sephiroth. During this battle, Sephiroth takes on multiple forms as the battle progresses, the last form being called Safer Sephiroth. It is during this battle that One-Winged Angel plays as the background music. The theme was composed by Nobuo Uematsu and was the first theme in the series to feature vocal lyrics.



    Spread

    [Researching]

    Canonical Reappearance

    Sephiroth’s popularity has gained him multiple appearances in other games in the franchise and even outside of that, each time with One-Winged Angel accompanying him. Within the main series, One-Winged Angel can be found back in Dissidia Final Fantasy, Theatrhythm Final Fantasy, and Crisis Core. Sephiroth also appears as a boss character in the Kingdom Hearts series, a collaboration between Square Enix and Disney Interactive Studios, along with his theme (shown left). The most notable reappearance of both Sephiroth and One-Winged Angel was in the 2005 animated film Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children (shown right), due to the orchestral performance being accompanied by The Black Mages, an instrumental rock band formed by Nobuo Uematsu himself.



    Search Interest


    External References

    [1] Wikipedia – Sephiroth

    [2] Wikipedia – Final Fantasy VII


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  • 10/21/12--12:23: Tamagotoji
  • About

    Tamagotoji (Japanese: 卵とじ, lit. Egg scramble) refers to a series of hand-drawn animated videos of developing the story along a love song with the same title.

    This is one of the popular templates for hand drawn animations among amateur animators/illustrators in the Japanese video sharing service Nico Nico Douga (NND) and YouTube.

    Origin

    The song “Tamagotoji” was written by a Japanese female singer songwriter Kurahasi, Yoeko (倉橋ヨエコ)[1], which was first included in her 4th full Album “Tadaima” (ただいま, lit. I’m home) released in December 2005.


    Original (Romaji)Translation
    ienai kimochi wo tamagotoji
    obentou ni tsumemashite
    yukou yukou yukou nee yukou yukou
    ano konchi

    ano ko wo mitsumeru oshigoto atta nara ii noni na
    ano ko no hanauta mainichi kiketa nara ii noni na
    togarashita kono kuchibiru ni
    nakibeso ga hitotsu

    konna toki ni wa

    ienai kimochi wo tamagotoji
    obentou ni tsumemashite
    yukou yukou yukou nee yukou yukou
    ano konchi

    atashi ni tarinai mono ga
    gorogoro korogatteku
    atashi no ikenai toko mo
    gorogoro korogatteku

    asamoya ni kajikamu tsumasaki
    saka wo kogu jitensha

    konna toki koso

    ienai kimochi wo tamagotoji
    obentou ni komemashite
    yukou yukou yukou nee yukou yukou
    mata ashita

    konna toki ni wa

    ienai kimochi wo tamagotoji
    obentou ni komemashite
    yukou yukou yukou nee yukou yukou
    issho ni

    ienai kimochi wo tamagotoji
    obentou ni tsumemashite
    yukou yukou yukou nee
    yukou yukou

    rainen mo
    I prepare an egg meal with all my love,
    that can’t be missed in an obento.
    Let’s go, let’s go, let’s go… ok?
    Let’s go, let’s go to that boy’s house.

    To see him work would be so nice,
    To hear him sing everyday would be so nice.
    I try to seal my lips,
    but still a sigh escapes.

    Well, in moments like this…

    I prepare an egg meal with all my love,
    that can’t be missed in an obento.
    Let’s go, let’s go, let’s go… ok?
    Let’s go, let’s go to that boy’s house.

    The things that aren’t enough for me,
    They roll and disperse.
    The places I can’t go,
    They roll and disperse too.
    In the morning, still asleep and numb,
    I rode my bicycle to the top of the hill.

    In moments like this, certainly…

    I prepare an egg meal with all my love,
    that can’t be missed in an obento.
    Let’s go, let’s go, let’s go… ok?
    See you tomorrow!

    Well, in moments like this…

    I prepare an egg meal with all my love,
    that can’t be missed in an obento.
    Let’s go, let’s go, let’s go… ok?
    Let’s go, let’s go together.

    I prepare an egg meal with all my love,
    that can’t be missed in an obento.
    Let’s go, let’s go, let’s go… ok?
    Let’s go, let’s go…

    See you next year, too!

    Via: YouTube -【卵とじ】 Pandora Hearts | Tamagotoji – Eng Subs.[2]


    Meanwhile, the first instance in this series was a video posted by a NND user ヨエコスキー (Yoekosukī)[3] on July 1st, 2009.[4] And that was a fanfiction for Touhou Project getting an inspiration from the song.

    In that video, he drew a story that Remilia Scarlet, who wasn’t good at cooking, challenged making a good bento filled with her love/friendship for Reimu Hakurei with the help of many Touhou characters by his hand drawn animations.



    Spread

    Since the late 2009, not a few amateur illustrators inspired by that video have been mimicking this lovely story by various kind of characters with their own rendition. Besides, because many Fujoshi, female Otaku, receive this series quite favourably, some of videos in this series are filled with the flavor of Yaoi, homosexual relationships of male characters.

    In NND, the videos in this series are tagged under the song title “Tamagotoji” or a keyword “Yoekosukī-Respect” (ヨエコスキーリスペクト). More than 100 videos have been uploaded to NND.[5]

    Notable Examples

    For more videos, check out the videos section in this entry.


    BLEECH_[6]
    Pokemon[7]
    _Soul Eater
    [8]
    [Yaoi!!] Inazuma Eleven[9]

    Appearance outside of Japan

    Non-Japanese people also have joined into this fad, though the number of them is a few. They have occasionally posted their works to deviantART[10] or YouTube.[11]

    The Avengers
    Pandora Hearts
    Flipy and Flaky from Happy Tree Friends
    [Yaoi!!] Morenatsu[12]

    Search Interest

    [Not Available]

    External References

    Editor’s Note: Registration is needed to browse the original videos listed in this section.

    [1] Wikipedia – Yoeko Kurahashi

    [2] YouTube – 【卵とじ】 Pandora Hearts | Tamagotoji – Eng Subs.

    [3] niconico – ヨエコスキー's user page

    [4] niconico Video – レミリアの卵とじ / Posted on 07-01-2009

    [5] niconico Video – Search results for 卵とじ OR ヨエコスキーリスペクト

    [6] niconico Video – 【手描き鰤】ウル織で「卵とじ」 / Posted on 12-14-2009

    [7] niconico Video – 【手描き】HGSS・ライ♀主で卵とじ / Posted on 10-13-2009

    [8] niconico Video – 【手描き・トレス】ソウルイーターで卵とじ【キックロ注意】 / Posted on 03-06-2010

    [9] niconico Video – イナイレで卵とじ【腐向け】 / Posted on 11-10-2009

    [10] deviantART – Search results for Tamagotoji

    [11] YouTube – Search results for Tamagotoji

    [12] TVtropes – Morenatsu


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  • 10/21/12--19:21: Nice Legs, Daisy Dukes
  • About

    “Nice Legs, Daisy Dukes, Makes a Man Go” is a catchphrase taken from the lyrics of the 2009 electronica dance song “Starstrukk Remixes” by American electro-pop duo 3OH!3. In similar vein to Nigel Thornberry Remixes, the song has inspired a series of musical mashups featuring the original lyrics “Nice Legs, Daisy Dukes, Makes a Man Go” paired with a wide range of sampled audio clips and sound effects.

    Origin

    “Starstrukk” is a 2009 electronica dance song recorded by 3OH!3 and released in their second studio album, Want. The song received international exposure later that same year, following the release of the deluxe album version featuring Katy Perry.



    Years later, the song became used as an audio template for musical remixes and mash-up creations, following the original example posted by Tumblr user methlabrador[1] on October 17th, 2012. The post gained more than 1,320 likes and reblogs within the first five days.



    Spread

    In the following days of October 2012, Methlabrador’s Tumblr post went on to inspire an impressive collection of audio mashups featuring the lyrics of “Starstrukk” and audio samples of various characters from TV shows, films and cartoons. Most of the audio files in the series are hosted on SoundCloud and Tumblr, which can be found under various tags including #daisy dukes, #nice legs and #makes a man go among others. In addition, SoundCloud is home to more than 185 mash-up iterations titled “Nice Legs Daisy Duke,” as of late October 2012.



    Notable Examples







    Search Interest



    External References


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  • 10/22/12--10:36: Swole
  • About

    “Swole” is slang term referring to having large or well defined musculature as a side effect from lifting weights.

    Origin

    An anonymous Urban Dictionary[1] user submitted an entry for “swole” on June 2nd, 2003, which defined the term as “being jacked,” a label for someone who has large muscles.

    Spread

    On October 21st, 2010, the Tumblr[9] blog “Swole Foods” was created, featuring posts containing photos and recipes for post-workout meals. On March 28th, 2012, the “Get Swole” Tumblr[10] was launched, which featured photographs of bodybuilders and inspirational quotes related to lifting weights and physical fitness. On May 26th, the /r/swoleacceptance[3] subreddit was created, which served as a forum for muscular individuals to discuss prejudice they experience in day-to-day life for being physically fit. On October 17th, the youth culture blog Vice[7] published a post titled “Swole,” featuring several photographs of bodybuilders posing. Post related to lifting and physical fitness can be found on Tumblr[8] under the tag “#swole.”

    Notable Examples

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1] Urban Dictionary – swole

    [2] Internet Slang – swole

    [3] Reddit – /r/swoleacceptance

    [4] Online Slang Dictionary – swole

    [5] Swole Sports – Swole Sports

    [6] Wiktionary – Swole

    [7] Vice – Swole

    [8] Tumblr – #swole

    [9] Tumblr – Swole Foods

    [10] Tumblr – get swole


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  • 10/22/12--10:42: Feminist Nazi


  • About

    Feminist Nazi is an advice animal image macro series featuring a photograph of Australian reality TV star Layla Joyce Subritzky from the ninth season of Big Brother Australia. The captions typically depict a naive approach to stereotypical feminist ideas, in a similar manner to College Liberal.

    Origin

    On October 21st, 2012, Redditor Galactic777 submitted the original instance of Feminist Nazi to Reddit[8] in a post titled “It’s simple, really.” The background image features Layla Subritzky, a cast member from the ninth season of Australia’s Big Brother reality television series, looking upwards with her mouth agape in shock. The top caption read traditional views on chivalry such as pulling out a chair for a woman while the bottom caption said that all of these expectations also come with the expectation of being treated equally.



    Precursors

    Prior to its usage in the Feminist Nazi series, the same photo of Subritzky was used for a MemeGenerator[5] page titled “Big Brother Layla,” with captions pertaining to her ditzy personality on the show (shown below). Instances of this appeared on a handful of Facebook pages for Big Brother memes.[6][7] In addition, the earliest known Urban Dictionary[15] definition of “Feminazi” was submitted on April 16th, 2003. The earliest known appearance of the term “feminist nazi” (sometimes shortened as “Feminazi”) in print can be found in American radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh’s 1992 book The Way Things Ought to Be, in which the label is attributed to Tom Hazlett, a professor at the Cato Institute. In the book, Limbaugh notes that a Feminazi is much different than a feminist because, to a feminazi, “the most important thing in life is ensuring that as many abortions as possible occur.”[2] The term has been similarly used by anti-abortion activists to refer to several women’s groups including the National Center for Women and Policing and the Feminist Majority Foundation[4], and high-profile women including Gloria Steinem, Susan Sarandon, Christine Lahti and Camryn Manheim.[3]



    Spread

    On October 21st, additional instances were posted on image sharing sites including Random Overload[11], Funnyshare[12], lolfactory[13] and 9gag.[14] On October 22nd, Jezebel[9] published an article on the image macro series, calling it the “world’s worst meme.” The article accrued more than 60 comment threads within five hours. As of that day, more than 130 Feminist Nazi images have been submitted to Quickmeme.[10]

    Notable Examples




    Search Interest

    [Not currently available]

    External References


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  • 10/22/12--18:34: Avenida Brasil Congelamento
  • About

    Congelamento (from portuguese ‘freezing’) is a series of videos and images parodying the brazilian soap-opera “Avenida Brasil”, whose the episode usually would ends in a dramatic scene where the camera closes on a person while the image goes monochromatic and the background change to the credits.

    Spread

    The television network that aired the soap-opera recognized the popularity of the effect and launched an app that would make the effect to regular photos.[1] There are also parody videos of Congelamento on Youtube where an dramatic scene from a movie or a series is shown and in the end, the effect is applied over a character making an expression of shock or worry.

    Template



    External References


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  • 10/22/12--21:26: Horses and Bayonets
  • Editor’s note: This entry is a work in progress. Please request editorship to help improve the quality of this article.


    Background

    During the third and the last U.S. presidential debate on October 23rd, 2012, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney criticized President Barack Obama’s plan to reduce the size of the naval forces by asserting that there are less military ships than there were at the beginning of the World War I in 1917.



    Mitt Romney: “Our Navy is smaller now than at any time since 1917. The Navy said they needed 313 ships to carry out their mission. We’re now at under 285. … We’re headed down to the low 200s if we go through a sequestration. That’s unacceptable to me.”

    Barack Obama: “You mention the Navy, for example, and the fact that we have fewer ships than we did in 1916. Well Governor, we also have fewer horses and bayonets. We have these things called aircraft carriers and planes land on them. We have ships that go underwater, nuclear submarines. It’s not a game of Battleship where we’re counting ships, it’s ‘What are our priorities?’”

    Notable Developments

    News Media Coverage


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  • 10/22/12--21:48: Daily Reminder
  • “Daily Reminder” Is a meme originating on /pol/ early 2012, “Reminding” browsers of politically incorrect facts, along with a picture of Malik Agar, the “Whitest man in Argentina”. The posts say something such as “Daily reminder that mormons aren’t christians.” or, “Daily reminder that transgendered people are mentally ill.”.


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  • 10/23/12--05:38: Sachi says Goodbye
  • About

    Sword Art Online is a Visual Novel which turned into the Japanese Animes airing at Fall 2012 (that’s Autumn 2012 for you Baka Gaijins). It is Annie mated by KyoAni, a studio are well known for turning pretty much any Visual Novel into the Anime.

    The story of Sword Art Online is about a Neat Hikokimori codenamed Kirito who plays a Vidya Gaem where the primary focus is the use of Meelee weapon such as, but not limited to Swords, Maizes, Hummer, and Pole arms. The GM decided to toss in a twist to the game, rendering anyone who dies in the Vidya dies iRL by frying the brain with microwaves (I’m not making this up srs). Suddenly, the netizens were unable to log-out and all of them retained their iRL look instead of having a specified Avatar.

    Sachi says Goodbye is an AMV made by Le Redditor named iGreaseBreh as a reaction to the most dramatic turning point of the series. It features a delayed voice massage from his 1st girlfriend named Sachi to the main protagonist Kirito. Because Sachi is already dead by that point, Kirito cried after hearing her sing Jingle Bells ;_;

    Spread

    This heart-touching AMV caused a lot of U2bers to make more of their own AMV’s featuring the most emotional music from Linken Sphere, Paper Cut.

    Notable Examples


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  • 10/23/12--10:28: Fawkes Security


  • About

    Fawkes Security is a group of self-proclaimed ethical hackers established in December 2011 who align themselves with the Anonymous movement. In October 2012, the group took responsibility for a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack on banking company HSBS before posing a bomb threat set to detonate on November 5th, 2012.

    Online History

    Fawkes Security launched a Twitter account[1], YouTube channel[2] and private Facebook group[3] in December 2011. According to the group’s first video communique, its objective is to target companies and people they view as oppressing average citizens across the globe.[4]

    HSBC Attack

    On October 18th, 2012, HSBC Bank revealed that the company came under a large scale DDoS attack,[5] claiming that it only took their online services offline and did not affect any sensitive customer data. The attack was initially thought to be caused by a group named Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Cyber Fighters[9], who also took credit for DDoSing other American bank websites including Capital One Bank, Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo; however, a Pastebin document[6] claiming responsibility for the attack on behalf of Fawkes Security was uploaded later that same day, citing several of their real-time tweets as proof. The group also told British newspaper The Register[7] that they planned on targeting more banks in the future, as the group feels they are at fault for the problems with the world’s economy. The next day, @FawkesSecurity further claimed in a tweet (shown below) that they had collected the details from 20,000 credit card accounts during the DDoS[8], but have not provided any proof.




    Bomb Threat

    On October 22nd at approximately 9:45pm (ET), during the United States presidential debate, @FawkesSecurity tweeted a link to its latest video message (shown below) claiming that a military grade bomb consisting of 200 kilgrams of composite Nitroglycerin and commercial explosives had been concealed in a government building somewhere in the United States. They also added the information in the form of a Pastebin document[10], warning readers that the bomb is in a tamper-proof box and cannot be disarmed without exploding if found before the detonation date of November 5th. The message was subsequently picked up by other Anonymous-affiliated channels on Twitter, many of which included the hashtag #OpV[15] to cross-promote Operation Vendetta[21], an Anonymous protest set to take place in front of the British House of Parliament on November 5th, 2012, in commemoration of Guy Fawkes Night.[16]



    Soon after the video began to circulate, other Anonymous-aligned Twitter accounts including @YourAnonNews[11], @TheAnonNation[12] and @Asher_Wolf[14], and the Anon Central Tumblr[20] began claiming the bomb was a hoax[13] and that @FawkesSecurity was not speaking for the whole community. Despite this, news of the threat was shared on Breitbart[17], Softpedia[18] and TechNewsDaily.[19]

    Twitter Feed



    Search Interest



    External References


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  • 10/23/12--15:07: Transit Fight Videos
  • About

    Transit Fight Videos are amateur footage of altercation or arguments that take place while on public transportation. The videos are typically disseminated through sites like YouTube, Liveleak and World Star Hip Hop.

    Origin

    Online videos of fights on public transit became increasingly common in the late 2000s with the rise of video-recording mobile phones and video-sharing sites. The earliest known viral videos of public bus brawls came from the Chinese-speaking web in May 2006 with a video titled “Hong Kong Bus Uncle”, which shows 51-year-old Roger Chan berating 23-year-old Elvis Ho on a bus in Hong Kong after being touched on the shoulder.



    Spread

    April 2008: Soulja Girl

    On April 7th, 2008, 25-year-old Nafiza Zayid was video taped harassing a senior citizen while on a train in Atlanta, Georgia. On May 8th, 2008, YouTuber britneyslut uploaded the video of Zayid threatening the woman while singing a modified version of the song “Crank Dat” by Soulja Boy (shown below). After another passenger urges Zayid to calm down, she begins to accuse the man of raping her before screaming hysterically causing a passenger to remove her hat. Within four years, the video accumulated over 1.6 million views.



    February 2010: Epic Beard Man

    On February 16th, 2010, a video of a white man fighting a younger black man on a bus in Oakland, California was uploaded to YouTube by college student Iyanna Washington (shown below). The white man, who was dubbed “Epic Beard Man” on 4chan, was identified as Oakland resident Thomas Bruso, known for his reputation of belligerence. Within three years, the video accumulated over 5.9 million views.



    October 2010: Bloody Loco

    On October 25th, 2010, YouTuber nmboito uploaded a video titled “Guy on subway flipping out,” featuring a ponytail-wearing man calling himself “Bloody Loco” verbally abusing a passenger on a New York City subway train (shown below). In March of 2011, the book reading passenger identifying himself as Daniel was interviewed by Gawker, who revealed that Bloody Loco called him a “pussy” after accidentally bumping into his leg. After replying with “I am what I eat,” Loco began insulting him.



    November 2011: My Tram Experience

    On November 17th, 2011, YouTuber ladyk89 uploaded a video titled My Tram Experience featuring footage of an English woman making various racist statements and ordering other passengers to “go back where you came from” (shown below). The same day, the British newspapers reported that the woman in the video was placed under arrest by British law enforcement, sparking a debate about the fairness of prosecution for hate speech in the blogosphere and Twitter. In the following months, several other videos emerged of London train passengers ranting about foreigners in the United Kingdom.



    October 2012: Cleveland Bus Driver’s Uppercut

    On October 11th, 2012, a video began circulating on various websites showing a Cleveland bus driver delivering an uppercut punch to a disgruntled female passenger. On the following day, The Smoking Gun[1] published an article titled “Police Reports Detail Cleveland Bus Uppercut,” which reported that the bus driver was 59-year-old Artis Hughes, who claimed that the uppercut was in retaliation to being grabbed in the throat and spit on. The female passenger was identified as 25-year-old Shi’dea Lane.



    Search Interest



    External References


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  • 10/23/12--18:32: Seanbaby
  • (W.I.P.)

    About



    Sean Patrick Reiley, better known by his nickname Seanbaby, is a comedy writer most famous for his self-named website Seanbaby.com[1], as well as his reviews in the Electronic Gaming Monthly. First started in 1999, the site was one of the most influential comedic websites on the internet, featuring many types of humor which would become hugely popular online over the next couple of years, including humourus caustic reviews of bad video games, features on unusual and cheesy forms of media from the 80’s and exagerated acts of manliness and badassery, written in a profanity and insult-laden style utilizing overly detailed metaphors and long rambling sentences. Although articles on the site have for the most part stopped since 2005, he currently works as a columnist for Cracked, writing articles very similar in style to the ones on his site[2].

    External Links

    [1]Seanbaby.com

    [2] Cracked – Seanbaby


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  • 10/23/12--19:49: The war has begun?
  • I don’t recall a war starting :o


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  • 10/23/12--23:39: God of The Internet
  • Excerpt from: Most Holy Book of the Internet.

    “Nyan 3:16; On October 24th, 2012 Thy God looked down onto the internet with displeasure. The internet had gotten out of control lo, for God so loved the Internet that he gave his only begotten Nyan Cat to bring order back to the Internet.”

    The God of the Internet was created as a tool to restore order in the Internet. This meme can be seen giving Internet commandments to live by and help you learn your scripture from the Most Holy Book of the Internet.


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  • 10/24/12--00:03: WOT??? NO CHUCLET SURIP>???>
  • WOT? NO CHUCLET SURIP>?>” is a meme with uncertain origins. It appeared one night and gained extreme popularity within hours, seeing posts on 4chan’s /b/ board, Reddit, and, of course, 9gag. In originally only a text form, a photographic face was quickly created, which led to the burst in popularity.
    Text posts are arranged in the format:
    Action 1 by x
    Action 2 by x
    WHAT? NO CHOCOLATE SYRUP??
    x turns into a Pterodactyl and punches the wall then flies away
    There are a few forms of the face, as well, although captioned pictures are also common.


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