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    About

    But Her Aim is Getting Better is quote from the character Grunkle Stan.

    Origin

    In the episode “The Legend of the Gobblewonker” Stan tells a joke to two strangers and answer the joke by saying "But her aim is getting better.

    Spread

    W.I.P.

    Various Examples

    W.I.P.


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  • 03/29/16--10:12: Curb Your Enthusiasm
  • About

    Curb Your Enthusiasm is an American television sitcom produced and broadcast by HBO that began airing on October 15th, 2000. Created by Larry David, the co-creator of the 90s popular TV sitcom Seinfeld, the series is centered around a fictionalized version of himself as a semi-retired TV producer and follows his day-to-day social interactions with his family, friends and colleagues in Los Angeles, California.

    History

    The concept for the show originated from Larry David: Curb Your Enthusiasm, a single-episode HBO mockumentary special that aired on October 17th, 1999, which tells the story of the titular character, a fictionalized version of Larry David, trying to make a comeback as a stand-up comedian with his own hour-long HBO special after many years of hiatus.

    Reception

    [researching]

    Online Presence

    [researching]

    Fandom

    [researching]

    Related Memes

    Because of Parkinson’s

    On September 11th, 2011, HBO aired an episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm titled “Larry vs. Michael J. Fox,” guest starring Michael J. Fox as himself. The episode featured a number of jokes on the topic of Parkinson’s disease, including a scene where an annoyed Fox gives Larry David a shaken soda drink, claiming it was due to the illness.

    Theme Song Remixes

    Online, the show’s opening and closing theme song, “Frolic” by Italian composer Luciano Michelini, has been used as background music for comedic effect in FAIL or cringeworthy videos that illustrate Seinfeld-like dilemmas and socially awkward situations.

    Search Interest



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  • 03/29/16--10:13: Run Away With Me
  • About

    “Run Away with Me” is a 2015 pop song written and performed by Canadian singer-songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen that was released as the second single from her third studio album Emotion. In late February 2016, the saxophone arrangement from the opening of the song inspired a series of remix videos on Vine.

    Origin

    On July 17th, 2015, “Run Away with Me” was released as the second single off Jepsen’s album Emotion. The same day, the CarlyRaeJepsen VEVO YouTube channel uploaded the official music video for the track, which gathered upwards of 17.8 million views and 7,500 comments in the next eight months (shown below).



    Spread

    On August 20th, 2015, the Trap Nation YouTube channel uploaded a trap remix of the song (shown below, left). On December 1st, YouTuber Brenda Hikaru posted an anime music video set to “Run Away with Me” (shown below, right).



    On December 7th, the Sims Community YouTube channel uploaded a version of the track sung in the fictional language Simlish from The Sims video game series (shown below).



    On Vine

    On February 4th, 2016, Viner T. Kyle posted a clip from the cartoon series Regular Show with “Run Away with Me” dubbed over the background audio (shown below, left). On February 17th, Viner Dean MS posted a video clip of several young people dancing outdoors to the song with the caption “me and my friends at a Carly Rae Jepsen show” (shown below, right). Over the next two months, both videos gained over 2 million loops and 700,000 revines.



    On March 3rd, Viner DiscreetLationo posted a short clip of actress Jennifer Garner playing a saxophone with the opening sax melody from “Run Away with Me” playing in the background (shown below, left). On March 21st, Viner T. Kyle posted a dubbed video of singer Rihanna handing a mic to an audience member who begins to sing “Run Away with Me” (shown below, right). Later that month, several news sites published articles about the Vine remix series, including BuzzFeed,[1] NY Mag,[2]MTV[3] and NME.[4]



    Search Interest

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  • 03/30/16--08:52: #BernieMadeMeWhite
  • About

    #BernieMadeMeWhite is a hashtag used to joke about the media’s representation of Bernie Sanders supporters as Caucasian during the 2016 Democratic Presidential Primary. The hashtag became popular after media reports of Sanders victories depicted diverse states, including Hawaii, as being “white and rural.”

    Origin

    On March 26th, 2016, Bernie Sanders won the Democratic Caucuses in Washington, Hawaii, and Alaska. In his article on the victories, CNN’s Chris Moody wrote:[1]

    These caucus states -- largely white and rural -- are the type of places Sanders traditionally does well. In order to win the nomination, he must replicate this success in other, more ethnically diverse states that hold primaries, as he did in Michigan last month.

    Many online took offense at the statement, especially residents of Hawaii, where the white non-hispanic population is just 26.7% according to the United States Census.[2] In one Twitter exchange about the remarks the following day, Twitter user tokyobrainstorming (Real name: Leslie Lee III),[3] wrote that ever since he had voted for Sanders, he had become so white that he was “bingewatching Friends.”[4] He also used the hashtag #BernieMadeMeWhite; the tweet was retweeted 668 times and favorited over 1,900 times.



    Spread

    Shortly after tokyobrainstorming’s tweet became popular, user Chris420Redmond tweeted the hashtag along with two screenshots from CNN– one of the above text, and one from two months earlier, calling Alaska, specifically Anchorage, the “most diverse place in America” – this tweet received 1,000 retweets and almost 1,000 likes.



    At 5:37 pm, user welknett posted a tweet reading “This isn’t a picture of two friends, it’s actually a before and after voting for Bernie pic,” along with a photograph of a black woman and a white woman embracing. This tweet received 2,074 retweets and 4,688 likes.



    As of 8:25 pm, according to Trendinalia, the hashtag #BernieMadeMeWhite was the top trending topic in the United States, and the 10th top trending topic that day. It was the 47th top trending topic the next day, on March 28th, 2016. The hashtag was covered by NPR, Salon, and the Washington Post, among other major news outlets; notably, it was absent from CNN.



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  • 03/30/16--11:18: Bill Nye Tho

  • About

    Bill Nye Tho is a parody Twitter account created by comedy writer Lucas Gardner,[11] which features tweets written from the perspective of a stoner character based on the persona of American science educator Bill Nye. The tweets typically contain made-up scientific factoids and other humorous musings.

    Origin

    In July 2012, Gardner created the @Bill_Nye_tho[12] Twitter feed, which gathered upwards of 131,000 followers over the next four years.



    Spread

    On July 17th, a corresponding single topic Tumblr[1] for the Twitter account was created to archive the tweets. Two days later, the Twitter feed was temporarily suspended for impersonating a public figure. On July 22nd, a compilation of notable tweets from the feed were highlighting in a listicle on Buzzfeed.[2] On September 8th, the account posted the tweet “do u ever just stop and say damn most of me is water,” gathering more than 5,000 retweets and 1,900 likes in the next four years (shown below, right).[12]



    That month, Twitter suspended the account a second time. At the time of the suspension, @Bill_Nye_tho had attracted nearly 200,000 followers and was gaining between 2,000 and 3,000 retweets per post.[4] It was revealed that month the account was run by Laughspin[15] writer Lucas Gardner who told the tech news blog Betabeat[5] that he had no intention in pursuing the account again after its second suspension.

    “I’m just going to let @bill_nye_tho be dead, whether they unsuspend it or not. It had a good enough run, and to be honest, I was pretty fresh out of ideas anyway.”

    Also that month, a secondary Twitter account @Bill_Nye__Tho[10] was launched for the character (shown below, left) and a Change.org[6] petition was launched to repeal the suspension (shown below, right).



    In August, The Chive[3] posted a compilation of notable @Bill_Nye_tho tweets. On December 24th, Redditor 42ismyluckynumber posted a screenshot of a Bill Nye Tho tweet asking why a group of squids isn’t called a “squad” (shown below, left). Prior to being archived, the post garnered upwards of 1,700 votes (83% upvoted) and 120 comments on /r/funny.[16] On October 23rd, 2013, the original account was restored (shown below, right).[14] On December 10th, 2014, a Facebook[17] page titled “The Best of Bill Nye Tho” was launched, which gained over 138,000 likes in two years.



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  • 03/30/16--14:14: Squidward's Eyes
  • About

    “Squidward’s Eyes” refers to a photoset involving two images of the character Squidward from Spongebob opening and closing his eyes. The images are frequently used to represent a feeling of shock, frequently related to school.

    Origin

    The images originate from a scene in the episode “Home Sweet Pineapple”, in which Squidward wakes up in shock after realizing Spongebob is sleeping with him.



    SpongeBob Bahasa Indonesia Home Sweet Pineapple…by ouiliam

    Spread

    On July 2nd, 2010, Facepunch user Liquid Sausage submitted a thread contest featuring the image.[1] The Facebook page Special meme fresh posted an edit of the image with Squidward with 3 eyes on February 3rd, 2016. The post has since gained over 1 thousand likes on Facebook.[2] The image was later reposted on the Special meme fresh tumblr branch, where it gained over 12 thousand notes.[3] On November 15th, 2015 a post of the image of Squidward with his eyes closed accompanied by the words “When you’re about to go to sleep and you remember you have homework” was posted to the Reddit subreddit /r/squidwardirl.[4] The post has since gained over 20 upvotes in 4 months.



    Various Examples



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  • 03/30/16--15:54: Netorare
  • About

    Netorare (寝取られ, most commonly abbreviated as NTR) is a notoriously controversial genre of hentai featuring cuckoldry (an act of adultery). As a fetish, NTR hentai are designed to provoke jealousy in the audience by proxy by having a character indulge in sexual activity with someone other than the protagonist. This has given NTR a highly infamous reputation amongst hentai fans, who frequently express their displeasure over the genre.

    Origin

    Netora as a Japanese term for cuckoldry literally translates to “taken away by sleeping with.” In typical NTR stories, a heroine will be introduced as having a significant other, be it a husband, a boyfriend, or even just a close friend; who is introduced as the male protagonist. The story will then show the aforementioned heroine being intimate with another man, thus provoking jealousy in the audience by proxy. The nature of these affairs vary per story, as will the outcome.



    Spread

    Varying definitions and story examples for NTR can be found on the internet, such as on TvTropes,[1]Encyclopedia Dramatica[2] andUrban Dictonary.[3]

    [Researching]

    Examples


    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]TvTropes – Netorare

    [2]Encyclopedia Dramatica – Netorare

    [3]Urban Dictionary – Netorare


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  • 03/30/16--17:40: Cat's Cradle
  • Cat’s Cradle consisted of a user named CPL a group of trolls pretending to be role players. The threads featured popular conspiracy theories and occult/paranormal themes.

    The group would refer anyone new asking for an explanation to “read the archives”. This would result in newcomers being more confused than before.

    The first thread posted was on the 23rd of April 2015 when a person decided to post a thread saying “When did you realize you were dead?”. The thread subject was “Death” and was accompanied by a picture of a skeleton with the message “WELCOME TO DIE!”.

    In the final thread it was revealed that CPL was joking and that Cat’s Cradle was a theme for a book he was writing.
    CPL never gave a title to the book he claimed to be writing, and a book was never released.

    Often posters on /b/ will call role players “Cat’s Cradlers.”
    Anons are sometimes accused of being CPL if they double-space their sentences.

    Cat’s Cradle is often refereed to as the greatest trolls on 8chan

    Details:
    The Cat’s Cradle’s main function was as a storage container for memories until the current “ice age” on the Earth was over and humans could return to life.
    CPL appeared to be quite knowledgeable in many subjects such as mathematics, economics, history, language, religion, and the occult.
    Earth is an “Ark” that has given birth to over 30,000 life forms.
    CPL is immortal and trapped in his 30s.
    Inverted Chevron stations are home to a ‘portal’ to the other side.
    Creating religion is not a good idea in the Cat’s Cradle.
    The Cestui que Vie Act 1666 (18 & 19 Car 2 c 11) is an Act of the Parliament of England which was adopted by practically every government on the planet in some form or another. It is proof you are dead.
    “Year Zero” is 2007

    You should probably read the archives.
    http://a.pomf.se/emsngp.zip


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    WORK IN PROGRESS. Feel free to request editorship

    Overview

    Suntukan sa Ace Hardware (lit. Fistfight at Ace Hardware) is a name referring to a troll event in the form of a supposed “fistfight” to take place at the SM City Lucena branch of Ace Hardware. in the Philippines.

    Background

    Ace Hardware

    Ace Hardware is a retailers cooperative based in Oak Brook, Illinois. Founded in 1924 by Richard Hesse, E. Gunnard Lindquist, Frank Burke, Oscar Fisher, and William Stauber, it was incorporated as Ace Stores Inc in 1927, and was named after the ace pilots of World War I. Ace was sold to its retailers in 1973, becoming a cooperative. Overseas stores in several countries were also established in the following years, with the SM Supermalls affiliated Ace Hardware Philippines putting up stores and Express stalls in various SM malls throughout the Philippines.

    Notable Developments

    The “Suntukan”

    A certain Facebook user organised an event on Facebook calling local netizens to participate at the supposed fistfight, slating it to be on 15 April 2016 at SM City Lucena. The organiser even went so far as to putting up crudely photoshopped pictures of Ace Hardware storefronts to further back up the event.

    Lulz ensued soon after the announcement, with netizens mockingly pledging support along with roleplay accounts posing as fictional characters or satirical depictions of celebrities for humorous effect. Copycat “events” also sprouted online in response to the imaginary brawl.[1]

    Reaction from Ace Hardware

    Needless to say, the Philippine subsidiary of Ace Hardware wasn’t pleased with the satiric announcement, denying any claims of a Suntukan[2] at any of their stores and discouraging netizens from posting similar forms of “digital publicity”:

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  • 03/31/16--00:47: Drakeposting
  • W.I.P

    About

    Drakeposting is a reaction image often used in 4chan which features drake looking disgusted while holding his hand up taken from the music video of Hotline Bling. Its often used to express dissaproval or disgust in a reply, Similar to Costanza.jpg

    Origin

    The original image is taken from the music video of Hotline Bling which features drake doing a number of silly dances, during which one of them he does the pose. The pose was taken out of context and used to express disaproval.

    Image appears at 1:19

    The oldest use of the mage under the hash “b43lKA52b+HWMuWFw8RpeA==” was on October 31, 2015[1] on the board /v/ But the earliest use of the term “Drakeposting” dates back to May 4, 2015[2]

    Search Interests

    External References

    [1]4chan Archive – post No.314989950

    [2]Desustorage – post No.32245849


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  • 03/31/16--10:21: Hydraulic Press Channel
  • Overview

    Hydraulic Press Channel is a YouTube channel devoted to crushing assorted objects with a high-powered industrial hydraulic press.

    History

    A hydraulic press is a machine that uses a hydraulic cylinder to supply compression force – they are generally used in metalworking applications.[2] On October 6th, the first video by Hydraulic Press Channel was posted, in which the press operator, an anonymous male who appears to have an Eastern European accent, crushes a golf ball. The video received over 1.3 million views as of five months after its initial posting.[1]



    The account posted seven more videos in October, but stopped posting until its last video. “Can you fold paper more than 7 times with hydraulic press” was posted to the subreddit /r/videos, where it received 6,867 points (88% upvoted).[3] The account then began creating videos regularly, producing eight over the span of two weeks, including popular ones where he crushed a hockey puck and an Indestructible Nokia 3310. [1]



    The Hydraulic Press Channel has been featured in articles on Mashable,[5] Gizmodo,[6] and Tubefilter,[7] but still continues to remain anonymous. On March 21st, 2016, user Anthro_Fascist submitted an AMA request for the creator of the Hydraulic Press Channel videos, with the featured questions “Where do you film your videos?” and “What is the weirdest press request you have gotten?.” The request received 31 points.[4]



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  • 03/31/16--11:59: 4chan Flagbearers
  • Work in progress.




    About

    4chan Flagbearers is the name given to a series of exploitable drawings featuring several standard-bearers. The images are often used to make humorous listings and rankings on countries, ethnicities and other groups.

    Origin

    The earliest archived reference to the images belongs to a thread from 4chan politically incorrect board /pol/ submitted on July 19th, 2014.[1] In the thread, the submitter posted a template for several standard-bearers, inspiring other users to make their own versions. However, it’s unknown if other threads were made before or the images started on a non-english imageboard.



    Spread

    [WIP]

    Various Examples



    Template



    External References

    [1]Archive.4plebs – Let’s get some of these goin’

    [2]Archive.4plebs – Flagbearer thread go!

    [3]Archive.4plebs – Search for flagbearer


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    Overview

    San Francisco State University Dreadlocks Controversy refers to a video in which San Francisco State University (SFSU) student Corey Goldstein is grabbed by fellow student Bonita Tindle for wearing dreadlocks under the justification that he is committing cultural appropriation.

    Background

    On March 28th, YouTuber Nicholas Silvera uploaded footage of SFSU student Bonita Tindle physically harassing student Corey Goldstein and accusing him of committing cultural appropriation for wearing dreadlocks (shown below). Within 72 hours, the video gathered upwards of 2.5 million views and 13,400 comments.



    Notable Developments

    Online Reaction

    The following day, a reupload of the video was submitted to /r/videos, where it gained over 2,400 votes (93% upvoted) and 1,000 comments before it was removed from the /r/videos frontpage by subreddit moderators. Meanwhile, Redditor MollyOverwatch reposted the video to /r/PublicFreakout,[2] where it accumulated more than 4,600 votes (92% upvoted) and 1,100 comments in the first 48 hours. The same day, YouTuber Tay Zonday criticized Tindle in a comment on the video, accusing her of exuding “profound intellectual poverty” (shown below).



    Also on March 29th, YouTubers The Hodgetwins posted a video reacting to the controversy, in which they call Tindle “crazy” and mock her friend by comparing him to the cartoon character Inspector Gadget (shown below).



    Goldstein’s Response

    On March 29th, 2016, the Xpress News YouTube channel uploaded footage of Goldstein giving his side of the story and responding to those who claim white people should not wear dreadlocks (shown below).



    The same day, the CBS San Francisco news station KPIX posted an interview with Goldstein, who revealed he would not press charges against Tindle (shown below).


    Dreadlocked man responds to viral video of SFSU confrontation

    The man seen on a viral video being confronted by a woman over his dreadlocks and her accusations of cultural appropriation is taking things in stride. http://cbsloc.al/1okdJlhHear what else he had to say to reporter Mike Sugerman tonight on KPIX 5 at 5:00 and 6:00. http://cbssf.com.live

    Posted by KPIXCBS San Francisco Bay Area on Tuesday, March 29, 2016

    San Francisco State University’s Response

    On March 29th, SFSU released a statement about the incident on SFSU.edu,[10] in which the university claimed to be “taking the matter seriously” and would be conducting a thorough investigation through “applicable University channels.”

    News Media Coverage

    In the coming days, several news sites published articles about the online backlash to the video, including Reason,[3] The Sun,[4] The Daily Mail,[5] SF Weekly,[6] NY Daily News,[7] The Washington Post[8] and ABC News.[9]

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  • 03/31/16--21:50: Delet This
  • About

    Delet This, often intentionally misspelled and accompanied by a reference to or a photograph of a gun, is a copypasta used on message boards and comments systems to threaten, often ironically, that the original post is too extreme.

    Origin

    While telling someone to “delete” a post is not new, the specific spelling seems to result from a video of a Gary’s Mod game video where a player was “buried alive” by another player. Knowing that the player burying him is recording the game, the buried player shouts “Delete this!” repeatedly in the recording. The video was originally posted at a longer length and then removed; the version below was posted on January 4th, 2014, and has received over 264,000 views since.



    Spread

    It’s unknown when the spelling became modified, although comments with the modified spelling began appearing on the YouTube page itself in early February, 2016. Around the same time, the spelling began to come into fashion as a copypasta style comment on Weird Facebook. While Facebook does not allow comment searching in general, the first searchable use of the phrase as a post title appears to be from the Weird Facebook page “Do Androids Dream of Electric Memes?” which posted it along with a close-up portrait of a man wielding an airsoft gun.



    Delet this has become especially popular in several Weird Facebook groups, most notably Simpsons Shitposting and Watermelon memes. In Simpsons Shitposting, it is used both as a copypasta comment and as a way to indicate that someone should be banned; in Watermelon Memes, the idea of delet this has turned into a cinematic event. There, the phrase has been remixed into film studio introduction sequences for dramatic effect.


    Delet This

    Posted by Watermelon Memes on Monday, February 29, 2016

    There are hundreds of instances of the meme in use on public meme-oriented Facebook groups, which are not easily searchable.

    Notable Examples



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  • 03/31/16--21:53: Initial D
  • Work in progress

    About

    Initial D is a Japanese sports manga series written and illustrated by Shuichi Shigeno. The story focuses on illegal Japanese street racing, where all action is concentrated on mountain passes, and rarely in cities or urban areas, and with emphasis on “drifting”. Initial D has been adopted into several anime series, movies, and a video game series.

    History

    Initial D first started out as a manga series. The first volume was released in Japan on November 6, 1995 and concluded on July 29, 2013. The manga has been officially translated into Chinese, French and English over its publication run. As of 2013, about 48 volumes have been published.

    Reception

    Fandom

    Related Memes

    Search Interest

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  • 03/31/16--22:02: Pony Entry
  • About

    They targeted memers.

    Memers.

    We’re a group of people who will sit for hours, days, even weeks on end performing some of the hardest, most mentally demanding tasks. Over, and over, and over all for nothing more than a little digital karma saying we did.

    We’ll punish our selfs doing things others would consider torture, because we think it’s fun.
    We’ll spend most if not all of our free time editing the entries of our favourite fandom all to draw out a single extra comment or two.

    Many of us have made hobbies out of doing just these things: slogging through the grind, all day, the same memes over and over, hundreds of times to the point where we know evety little detail such that some have attained such meme nirvana that they can recite these dank copypastas blindfolded.

    Do these people have any idea how many comments have been downvoted, entries deadpooled, threads locked 8n frustration? All to latter be referred to as bragging rights?

    These people honestly think this is a battle they can win? They take our memes? We’re already building a new memesite without them. They take our moderators? Memers aren’t shy about throwing their karma else where, or even making the entries our selves. They think calling us cancerous and not dank is going to change us? We’ve been called worse things by prepubescent 10 year olds with a shitty 9gag account. They picked a fight against a group that’s already grown desensitized to their strategies and methods. Who enjoy the battle of attrition they’ve threatened us with. Who take it as a challenge when they tell us we no longer matter. Our obsession with proving we can after being told we can’t is so deeply ingrained from years of dealing with big brothers/sisters and friends laughing at how pathetic we used to be that proving you people wrong has become a very real need; a honed reflex.

    Memers are competative, hard core, by nature. We love a challange. The worst thing you did in all of this was to challenge us. You’re not special, you’re not original, you’re not the first; this is just another bad entry.

    That is not dead which can eternally lie. In strange aeons, even Death may die. But not this body pillow. It is immortal.

    What the fuck did you just fucking say about me, you little pony? I’ll have you know I graduated top of my class in magic kindergarten, and I’ve been involved in numerous secret raids on Nightmare Moon, and I have over 300 confirmed friendships. I am trained in magic warfare and I’m the top pony in the entire Equestrian armed forces. You are nothing to me but just another friend. I will wipe you the fuck out with friendship the likes of which has never been seen before on Equestria, mark my fucking words. You think you can get away with saying that shit to me over the Ponynet? Think again, fucker. As we speak I am contacting my secret network of pegasi across Equestria and your hoofprints are being traced right now so you better prepare for the storm, maggot. The storm that wipes out the pathetic little thing you call your life. You’re fucking dead, pony. I can be anywhere, anytime, and I can hug you in over seven hundred ways, and that’s just with my bare hooves. Not only am I extensively trained in unarmed friendship, but I have access to the entire arsenal of ponies and I will use it to its full extent to wipe your miserable flank off the face of the continent, you little pony. If only you could have known what magical friendship your little “clever” comment was about to bring down upon you, maybe you would have held your fucking tongue. But you couldn’t, you didn’t, and now you’re paying the price, you goddamn pony. I will shit friendship all over you and you will drown in it. You’re fucking dead, pony.

    BILLYMAYSHEREWITHTHEONETIMEOFFER OF THEPARTICLEMEMEMACHINEQUEENMAREBODYPILLOW!



    IT’S SOFT!
    IT’S WARM
    IT CONSTANTLYJUDGESYOU!
    AND, BEST OF ALL, IT DOESALMOSTNOTHINGEXCEPTTALKABOUTHOWGREATOURLADYPARTICLE IS!
    WATCH AS IT DRIVESAWAYALL OF THOSEUNWORTHYMAIDENS, GETTINGYOUONESTEPCLOSER TO BECOMING A WIZARD!
    BUYONEFOR 666 MEMEPOINTS OR BUYTWOFORTHELOW, LOWPRICE OF 777 MEMEPOINTSANDALL OF YOURDIGNITY!
    BUTWAIT! THERE’S MO IJFoenfo ndsof jh IHFOKLDKIa! Shub-Niggurath!They listen from the walls.Drown the ungrateful children!They are nothing except fresh meat

    [BROADCASTINTERRUPTED]


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  • 03/31/16--22:14: Brand New Member


  • About

    Brand New Member is a KnowYourMeme user that joins recently to the website without knowing how the website works at all but he’ll make an entry of whatever he feels like anyway.
    Most KYM users will always ignore everything a Brand New Member says and does because of his join date and default avatar.

    Origin

    www.knowyourmeme.com circa December 2008

    Spread

    Everywhere

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  • 03/31/16--22:46: Also Trending
  • Also Trending


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  • 03/31/16--23:30: M
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  • 03/31/16--23:36: 2016 Convention Mass Suicide
  • About

    The 2016 Convention Mass Suicide was an organized event in which convention goers attempted to kill themselves in order to meet their waifus/husbandos, fictional characters that they wish to romance but cannot due to them being fictional. According to the leaders of the short lived activity, “Everyone was dying to participate.”

    Origin

    During the “How to Make Your Significant Other” panel at the San Diego Convention in South Carolina, many convention goers realized that their dear loved ones were, in fact, fictional characters. After much despair and crying, the event organizers deduced that there was only one way to meet their waifus and/or husbandos and truly be happy: shed their mortal shell in this realm and spirit hop between dimensions.

    Mass Poisoning

    On February 30, 2016, the Final Convention was held in Antarctica, Antarctica. In it, the convention leaders handed out small packets of iocane powder, an odorless, colorless, and tasteless substance that is one of the more deadly poisons known to man. After a short speech thanking everyone and accepting their money, the participants in the event began to drink. After falling to the floor dead, the authorities arrived on the account of a neighbor complaining about the smell. Though 99.9999% were too long gone to be saved, being dead and all, they managed to resuscitate a few of those at the event. When asked about their experience, one of them replied, “There is nothing there. He has abandoned us. I don’t want to go back! Don’t send me ba-” He was then immediately rendered unconscious and sent back. Scientists are still trying to decipher what he meant by this, though most are agreeing that he is mad about the lack commodities in the facility. They were also rendered unconscious and sent back before they could bring up our budget saving tactics to the Overseer of the building.

    Have a song


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