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  • 06/27/16--16:10: Me at 3AM
  • About

    Me at 3AM is a series of reaction images and videos featuring various depictions of people as wildly energetic during late night hours, which are typically juxtaposed with expressions about being tired as a consequence during the daylight hours.

    Origin

    On December 7th, 2015, Viner AlliCattt uploaded a video titled “me at 3am,” in which she calls 9/11 to frantically report that all the Domino’s Pizza locations in her area are closed (shown below). Within six months, the video gained over 113,000 likes and 29,000 revines.



    Spread

    On March 18th, 2016, Twitter user @FreddyAmazin[1] posted a “me at 3am” tweet along with a photograph of a woman dancing (shown below, left). Within three months, the tweet garnered upwards of 15,400 likes and 9,600 retweets. On April 24th, Twitter user @chanelpuke[6] posted several pictures of a man performing martial arts kicks in his room with the caption “Me at 3am,” accumulating more than 8,800 retweets and 4,200 likes in two months. On May 1st, the pop culture blog Gurl[5] published a compilation of notable examples from the series.



    On May 7th, the funnywhenitswrong Instagram feed posted a video of an intoxicated woman being arrested on the side of the road with the caption “Me at 2am” (shown below, left). Within two months, the video received over 137,000 views and 1,500 comments. The following day, the epic-humor Tumblr[3] blog posted a photograph of a man hanging naked from a hospital ceiling with the caption “Me at 3 am” (shown below, right).



    On June 12th, Twitter user @kysdolan posted a video of a man dancing in a “Shrek”: costume with the caption “me at 2am” (shown below). Within two weeks, the tweet gathered more than 3,400 likes and 3,200 retweets. On June 17th, The Daily Dot[2] published an article about the meme.




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  • 06/27/16--18:55: RiceGum
  • About

    RiceGum (real name Bryan Le), is an American YouTuber and Twitch streamer, best known for his “This Kid Must Be Stopped” series, in which he roasts adolescents, most often users of the site musical.ly.

    Origin

    RiceGum originally opened his YouTube account on September 24th, 2012. He uploaded his first video on October 2nd, titled “Call of Duty:Mw3 Gameplay LifeStory:BabySitting:RICEGUM”, which featured Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Three gameplay. The video gained just under 150,000 views, and 5000 likes.



    Spread

    RiceGum has gained notoriety as a Call of Duty streamer on Twitch, which he’s gained over 1,500,000 total views, and has 180,000 followers. [1]

    On December 8th, RiceGum uploaded a video titled “THESEKIDSMUST BE STOPPED”. The video gained over 7 and a half million views, with 200,000 likes. The video helped gain RiceGum popularity, as quickly after, he gained over 800,000 subscribers. [2] Another frequent user who appears in RiceGum’s videos is Jacob Sartorious, who blew up off the site musical.ly, but has also gained a following on YouTube. RiceGum’s most popular video on Sartorious is “Jacob Sartorius Roasted ME AGAIN (DISSTRACK)”, which gained over 6 million views, and 250,000 likes.



    AfroGum



    AfroGum is a character presented as RiceGum’s friend, and producer of his diss tracks. There are many AfroGum parody accounts, with the largest having over 50,000 followers[3]. In a video with popular YouTube pranker and vlogger, fouseyTube, a story was created, in which AfroGum gets kidnapped, and RiceGum and Fousey have to diss each other to win him over. The video gained over 2 million views, with 250,000 likes.



    Travis Barker Incident

    In June of 2016, RiceGum uploaded a video titled “The Next Jacob Sartorius (GIRLVERSION)”. The video, which featured Alabama Luella Barker, daughter of famed drummer of Blink-182, Travis Barker, quickly gained hate from the family for portraying the daughter in a negative light. In an Instagram post by the drummer, he threatens to give him “the biggest L in history”. Following posting, both Travis and his daughter privatized their Instagrams, due to backlash from fans of RiceGum





    Travis Barker later sent a false copyright claim on the video uploaded, in order to take the video down. RiceGum replied to the incident in a skit titled “Celebrity DADTHREATENS TO BEAT ME UP”, in which he pretends to be hiding from Barker inside a cave. The video gained over 2 million views after a week, with 250,000 likes.



    Search Interest



    External References

    [1]Twitch – RiceGum

    [2]SocialBlade – RiceGum

    [3]- AfroGum


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  • 06/27/16--19:57: Yousef Erakat / fouseyTUBE
  • About

    Yousef Erakat, better known by his channels fouseyTUBE and DoseOfFousey, is an American Youtube pranker and vlogger, who gained massive popularity over his prank videos. He has 9 million subscribers on his main channel, and 3 million on his vlog channel, and has gained over a billion views on all of his videos combined. [1]

    Origin

    Erakat created his fouseyTUBE account on March 21st, 2011. [1] His first channel, specifically about workouts, was created in 2009,and has since been deleted. [2] His first video on the fouseyTUBE channel was titled “fouseyTUBE INTROPARODY” and has 850,000 views.



    His first video which gained massive popularity was titled “MIDDLEEASTERNPARENTS”, which gained just under 7 million views, and 64,000 likes.



    Spread

    On May 4th, 2014, Erakat uploaded a video titled “SPIDERMAN IN REALLIFEPRANK!”. The video went viral, getting over 120,000,000 views, and 400,000 likes.



    Fousey has 10 videos with over 25 million views, and a billion views in total. His most popular video series is the “YOGAPANTSPRANK”, which has 80 million views between two videos.



    Erakat has also held large success with his vlog channel, DOSEofFOUSEY. His most popular video, uploaded in January of 2015, is titled “ARGUINGWITH A COP!!!”, which has 7 million views.



    Fake Prank Allegations

    On December 4th, 2015, YouTuber Danny Duncan uploaded a video titled “Real PROOF FouseyTube is Fake! Actor Speaks Out!” The video shows an actor from one of Fousey’s videos, titled “UBERPRANK”, in which he played a man in a car, who Fousey then jumped in, claiming he was hired off of Craigslist. The video gained over a million views, with 25,000 likes and 10,000 dislikes.



    External References

    [1]Youtube – FouseyTube About

    [2]Team Beachbody – youseferakat


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  • 06/28/16--09:31: Kanye West - Famous
  • About

    “Famous” is a 2016 hip hop song produced and released by American rapper Kanye West as the lead single off his seventh studio album The Life of Pablo. Upon the release of the music video for the song in late June 2016, it became widely discussed online for featuring nude likenesses of various celebrities and public figures in prosthetic sculptures and CGI.

    Origin

    On February 14th, 2016, Kanye West’s seventh studio album The Life of Pablo was launched exclusively through the subscription-based streaming service Tidal, followed by its digital release via Apple Music and Spotify on April 1st, 2016. In the album’s lead single “Famous,” West references his infamous interruption of Taylor Swift’s acceptance speech at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards.



    “I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex / Why? I made that bitch famous.”

    Music Video

    On June 24th, the official music video for “Famous” premiered at a promotional event for Tidal in Inglewood, California, followed by its digital release for streaming on Tidal two days later. [3] The music video features synthetic nude replicas of various celebrities sleeping in bed, including George W. Bush, Donald Trump, Anna Wintour, Rihanna, Chris Brown, Taylor Swift, Kim Kardashian, Ray J., Amber Rose, Caitlyn Jenner and Bill Cosby.



    Spread

    That day, Twitter user @dinahsukulele[7] posted photographs of Kim Kardashian with the caption “when you realize your husband is about to get sued by literally everyone #TidalXFamous” (shown below). In the coming days, other Twitter users posted jokes about the video using the “#TidalXFamous” hashtag.[8]



    On June 25th, the Complex News YouTube channel released a video titled “The Internet Reacts to Kanye West’s Famous Music Video” (shown below). Within 72 hours, the video gained over 1.8 million views and 1,300 comments.



    The same day, HollywoodLife[5] reported that an unnamed source close to Taylor Swift revealed that she was “livid” with her inclusion in the video. Meanwhile, West posted a tweet asking “can someone sue me already” (shown below).[4] The tweet was subsequently removed.



    Also on June 25th, Twitter user @ItalianMonster8[6] posted a montage of nine celebrities featured in the video with the caption “Calling a lawyer near you… #TidalXFamous,” garnering upwards of 2,100 retweets and 1,800 likes in the next three days.



    On June 27th, TMZ[1] reported that a representative for George W. Bush revealed that former president was in “much better shape” than the synthetic body shown in the video.

    “In case there was any doubt … that is not President Bush. He is in much better shape.”

    The same day, the entertainment news site Vulture[2] reported that Lena Dunham described the video as “one of the more disturbing artistic efforts in recent memory.” That evening, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert aired a parody of the “Famous” video (shown below).



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  • 06/28/16--11:52: Stare Kid
  • About

    Stare Kid is a nickname given to a 10-year-old boy who rose to online fame after engaging in a prolonged staring contest with the ESPN camera crew during the live broadcast of NCAA’s College World Series semifinal in late June 2016.

    Origin

    On June 24th, 2016, Texas Christian University’s (TCU) Horned Frogs and Coastal Carolina Chanticleers butted heads in the semifinal of the College World Series for the 2016 NCAA Division I Baseball Championship[1] at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebraska. During the game, an ESPN camera panned over to a young spectator in the seating area, who then proceeded to stare intently at the camera for nearly a minute. The next day, an isolated video clip from the ESPN broadcast was uploaded to YouTube.



    Spread

    On June 25th, 2016, Gawker-affiliated sports news site Deadspin[2] tweeted a video clip from the ESPN broadcast, which garnered more than 10,000 likes and 7,500 retweets in 72 hours. On June 26th, Imgur user VeryVeryVeryBreakyBreakyBreakyBishiBishi submitted a GIF version of the video clip in a post titled “set phasers to charming,” accumulating 11,157 points and over 3.5 million views in 48 hours. That same day, NCAA Baseball shared the video clip on its official Facebook page[3], where it racked up over 30 million views, 330,000 shares and 100,000 comments in less than 48 hours. On June 27th, Redditor Hardyparty shared a link to the Imgur GIF in an /r/funny post titled “half funny, half disturbing,” accruing 4,887 points (79% upvoted) and more than 1,300 comments within the first 24 hours.



    That same day, Redditor Blinnlambert submitted a combined GIF featuring the newly-dubbed “Stare Kid” and Stop Girl, a University of Arizona student who went viral after reacting shyly to an ESPN camera during a college football game in 2010, gaining 5,200 points (79% upvoted) and over 1200 comments.



    Identity

    On June 27th, NBC-affiliated TV station WOWT[14] in Omaha, Nebraska aired an interview with Sammy DiDonato, the 10-year-old boy behind the epic staring contest, in which Sammy explained that he decided to goof around after noticing a camera right in front of him behind Coastal Carolina’s dugout.



    “Earlier in the game before it started it was like looking at us a little bit. I thought maybe it would look at us again so I was just waiting for it.” […] “I was kind of paying attention in case it did go around again and it did, so I just decided to be funny.” […] “I just tried to start dancing a little bit because it kept looking at me.”

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  • 06/28/16--13:36: Amos Yee
  • Amos Yee is a Singaporean YouTube personality, blogger and former child actor who is known for creating videos criticizing religion, political correctness and feminism, many have compared his style of video making to Youtuber filthy frank

    In late March 2015, shortly after the death of former Prime Minister of Singapore, Lee Kuan Yew, Yee uploaded a video on YouTube criticising Lee. In the video Yee compared Lee to Jesus, and cast both in an unfavorable light. Yee also uploaded to his blog an image depicting Lee and Margaret Thatcher engaged in anal sex. Yee was arrested and charged with “intention of wounding the religious feelings of Christians”.

    Conflict with Adam Saleh


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  • 06/28/16--15:17: Boris Johnson
  • About

    Boris Johnson is a conservative English politician who currently servers as a Member of Parliament for the Uxbridge and South Ruislip constituency in the United Kingdom and formerly served as Mayor of London from 2008 until 2016.

    History

    Johnson was employed as the assistant editor of The Daily Telegraph from 1994 to 1999. In 1999, he became an editor at The Spectator. In 2001, he was elected as a Member of Parliament for Henley. In 2008, Johnson defeated Labour incumbent Ken Livingstone in the London mayoral election. In 2012, he defeated Livingstone a second time and was re-elected as mayor. In March 2013, the BBC aired a documentary about Johnson’s political history (shown below).



    In August 2014, Johnson announced he would seek the nomination as the Conservative parliamentary candidate for the Uxbridge and South Ruislip seat, to which he was elected the following year. In February 2016, Johnson controversially endorsed the Vote Leave campaign for the “United Kingdom European Union membership referendum”:Brexit movement.

    Online Presence

    On October 27th, 2015, Redditor ukdev submitted a picture of Johnson playing tug of war to the /r/photoshopbattles subreddit, where many users responded with photoshopped variations of the image (shown below). Prior to being archived, the post gained over 5,100 votes (93% upvoted) and 440 comments. The following day, the news site Metro[3] published a collection of notable examples from the thread.



    On May 24th, 2016, the weareeuropeuk Instagram[2] feed posted a photograph of a fraternal kiss parody mural in Bristol, England, featuring Donald Trump kissing Johnson (shown below).



    On June 27th, Redditor Cassowary2 submitted a post asking about Johnson to the /r/OutOfTheLoop[4] subreddit, to which the top voted comment claimed Johnson was “positioning himself to take over as Prime Minister since the current PM was against Brexit.”

    Personal Life

    Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson was born on June 19th, 1964 in Manhattan, New York and was granted both American and British citizenship. He is the eldest child to former Conservative Memeber of the European Parliament Stanley Johnson and painter Charlotte Johnson Wahl. Johnson married Marina Wheeler in 1993, with whom he has two daughters and two sons. In 2009, he fathered a daughter out of wedlock with arts consultant Helen MacIntyre.

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  • 06/29/16--08:08: #TrumpGirlsBreakTheInternet
  • About

    #TrumpGirlsBreakTheInternet is a social media hashtag featuring photographs of women wearing Donald Trump presidential campaign merchandise to show their support for the 2016 Republican presidential candidate. After the tweets began surfacing in late June 2016, opponents of the Trump campaign began hijacking the hashtag with posts insulting his female supporters.

    Origin

    On June 25th, 2016, The Wall Street Journal[1] released poll results reporting that Hillary Clinton held a 17-point lead among women over Donald Trump in the upcoming presidential election. That day, the @Bakedalaska[3] Twitter feed shared a photo of a young woman wearing a ""Make America Great Again"": hat with the hashtag “#TrumpGirlsBreakTheInternet” (shown below). Within four days, the tweet gained over 3,000 likes and 1,000 retweets.



    Precursor: Babes For Trump

    On March 23rd, 2016, the @BabesForTrump[2] Instagram feed was launched, featuring photographs of young women wearing Trump campaign merchandise (shown below). Within three months, the feed gathered upwards of 7,400 followers.



    Spread

    The following day, other Twitter users began posting the hashtag[5] along with photographs of female Trump supporters (shown below).



    Also on June 26th, Twitter user @MsPackyetti claimed that many of the #TrumpGirlsBreakTheInternet tweets were actually posted by men (shown below). Meanwhile, Twitter user @hesonbottom posted photographs of garbage on a street with the caption “#TrumpGirlsBreakTheInternet damn everyone looks so good” (shown below, right). In the coming days, several news sites published articles about the hashtag, including BuzzFeed,[6] Esquire,[7] Coed,[8] Unilad[9] and The Daily Dot.[10]



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    About

    Desiigner’s BET Awards Performance refers to a still image of the American hip hop recording artist Desiigner wearing an exasperated expression and flailing his arms during a performance at the 2016 BET Awards ceremony.

    Origin

    On June 26th, 2015, the hip-hop artist Desiigner performed his single “Panda” at the 2016 BET Awards ceremony in Los Angeles, California. During the performance, he was filmed throwing his microphone up into the air and wearing an intensely surprised facial expression while walking down the aisle in the audience (shown below).



    Spread

    That evening, Twitter user @Pretty_MoneyMMG[1] posted a screen captured image of Desiigner throwing his mic while walking in the audience with the caption “Lmaoooo” (shown below, left). Meanwhile, other Twitter users began mocking the expression worn by rapper Fabolous in the shot (shown below, right).



    The same night, the rapper Fabolous tweeted about his reaction to Desiigner’s performance, claiming that he was caught “off guard” (shown below)[2]. Within 72 hours, the tweet gathered upwards of 63,000 retweets and 50,900 likes.



    Minutes later, Twitter user @gunnarkaufman[9] posted the image with the caption “Fabulous is me at every party” (shown below, right). On June 27, Twitter user @whereX tweeted the picture along with the caption “Desiigner is Monday and i’m Fabolous waking up on Monday” (shown below, right).



    The same day, the 56,154,423 views YouTube channel uploaded a slideshow of image macros and photoshops featuring still images of Desiigner (shown below). Within 48 hours, the video gained over 500,000 views and 200 comments. In the coming days, several news sites published articles about the meme, including Bossip,[3] Fader,[4] EW,[5] HipHopWired,[6] Refinery29[7] and DesignNTrend.[8]



    Various Examples



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  • 06/29/16--14:45: War Flashback Parodies
  • About

    War Flashback Parodies are video remixes in which various people and animals are depicted as suffering from a sudden traumatic memory from a variety of military conflicts.

    Origin

    In film, war flashbacks have been commonly used as a trope in stories involving veterans with PTSD, many of which are listed on the “Shell-Shocked Veteran” page on TV Tropes.[1] In the 1982 action film First Blood, the character John Rambo experiences a Vietnam War flashback while being tortured by police officers (shown below).



    On February 6th, 2010, YouTuber MogDog66 uploaded the Cupcake Dog video edited with various clips from the 1998 war drama film Saving Private Ryan, appearing as if the dog was experiencing a World War II flashback (shown below, left). On August 20th, 2010, YouTuber devious-smile uploaded a version of the Cupcake Dog video with images from the Vietnam War (shown below, right).



    Spread

    On December 12th, 2014, YouTuber GrinningBullets uploaded a clip of JonTron seated at a discussion panel with the song Sound of Silence playing in the background and various semi-transparent images from wars overlaid (shown below, left). On August 13th, 2015, YouTuber comrade-innawoods uploaded a clip of a running costumed mascot with the “Sound of Silence” playing in the background along with clips from various military conflicts (shown below, right).



    On March 27th, 2016, YouTuber Giupatamon uploaded a video of a hamster suddenly freezing and staring into the distance interspersed with various Vietnam War photographs (shown below, left). On April 10th, 2016, YouTuber Pilow Tek uploaded a clip of a cat edited to appear as if it were having a Vietnam War flashback (shown below, right).



    On May 24th, YouTuber apigfall uploaded a video of the Kazoo Kid staring at the camera edited with war footage (shown below).



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]TV Tropes – Shell-Shocked Veteran

    [2]Giphy – flashback

    [3]9gag – War Flashback


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  • 06/29/16--21:15: I Say Cry
  • Work in progress. Feel free to request editorship


    About

    “I Say Cry” is a lyric from a song played in a dramatic scene from the 2014 mecha anime series Aldnoah.Zero, which has been often remixed with other anime scenes featuring explosions.

    Origin

    In the first episode of the Aldnoah Zero there is a particular scene in which a spaceship crashes into the earth killing a bunch of people and causing large amounts of damage. This is all played to a particular piece of music which was cut so the lyrics started immediately after the spaceship’s shockwave vaporizes a group of people. A video of this particular scene was uploaded to Youtube.



    Spread

    After the posting of the video, a fad with lots of different people cutting the song to different videos started, such as clips of Fate Stay Night: Unlimited Blade Works, Nichijou, Game of Thrones, and Plastic Memories.



    The popular youtubers Gigguk and Demolition D+ have also made use of the meme in their videos.




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  • 06/30/16--09:16: #HeterosexualPrideDay
  • Overview

    #HeterosexualPrideDay is a hashtag campaign calling for the designation of a holiday in honor of heterosexuality during the observance of LGBT Pride Month in June. In late June 2016, the hashtag began trending worldwide on Twitter after it was met with a surge of tweets expressing outrage and mocking the proposed holiday for being insensitive.

    Background

    On February 12th, 2014, Twitter user @MrsFreedomFirst[3] posted a graphic promoting February 14th as “Hetero Pride Day” (shown below, left). On June 29th, 2015, Twitter user @MyTweetsRealAF[5] posted the hashtag “#HeterosexualPrideDay”[1] (shown below, right).



    That day, the hashtag was shared on the social networking site upwards of 400 times, with many people expressing distaste for the campaign and comparing it to efforts to launch a “White History Month” (shown below).



    Developments

    2016 Resurgence

    On 15th, 2016, Twitter user @_JackNForTweets[2] replied to a tweet asking why “straight” men and women attend gay pride parades, to which he encouraged homosexuals to join the “#HeterosexualPrideDay” celebration on June 29th (shown below).



    On June 29th, several Twitter users revived the hashtag from 2015, with some tweets directed at enraging “social justice warriors” (shown below, left) while others appeared to earnestly promote heterosexuality as what “nature intended” (shown below, right).



    Immediately after, other Twitter users began posting the hashtag with criticisms and jokes mocking the proposed holiday. Virginia-based news anchor Blaine Stewart posted an image macro about the origin of gay pride, noting that it was created to celebrate homosexuals “right to exist without prosecution” (shown below, left). That same morning, Lady Gaga tweeted a blank map of the world with the caption “in red are all the countries where it is illegal to be heterosexual” (shown below, right).[7] Within 24 hours, the tweets gained over 1,600 and 6,000 retweets respectively.



    That evening, Twitter user @_JackNForTweets[6] tweeted that he created the hashtag as “satire,” and urged those who disapproved of the holiday to contact him (shown below).



    News Media Coverage

    In the coming days, several news sites published articles about the trending hashtag, including USA Today,[8] The Daily Caller,[9] The Huffington Post,[10] Salon,[11] NY Daily News[12] and BuzzFeed.[13]

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    Not available.

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  • 06/30/16--12:13: 2016 Istanbul Airport Attack
  • Overview

    The 2016 Istanbul Airport Attack was a terrorist attack carried out by three gunmen armed with fully automatic assault rifles and suicide vests at the Atatürk Airport in Istanbul, Turkey, which resulted in the deaths of 44 people and injured 239 people on June 28th, 2016.

    Background

    On June 28th, 2016, several men entered the Atatürk Airport, the largest and main international traffic hub in Turkey, and simultaneously launched a series of attacks at various locations within and nearby the complex, which involved mass shooting with fully automatic assault rifles and detonation of several explosive belts. As a result of the attacks, a total of 44 people were killed and at least 239 people were wounded. The exact number of the perpetrators remains unconfirmed, but at least three men are suspected of involvement in the attacks, although several witnesses claimed to have seen four armed men fleeing the scene shortly after the blasts. According to a United States intelligence source, the attacks were carried out over approximately 90 seconds.

    Developments

    Aftermath

    Initially, Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım accused ISIS of orchestrating the attack, although the Jihadist group has yet to claim responsibility. On June 30th, the BBC[1] reported that the three suicide bombers were from various countries that were part of the former Soviet Union.

    Online Reaction

    Following initial news reports of the attack, the hashtag #PrayForTurkey began trending with tweets expressing condolences for the victims of the attack (shown below). Within 24 hours, the hashtag was tweeted over 300,000 times.[2]



    On Reddit, several posts about the attack reached the front page of /r/worldnews[3] and /r/news[4] subreddit. Meanwhile, posts were submitted to /r/The_Donald[5][6] and /r/undelete[7] accusing /r/news moderators of censoring discussions about the attack (shown below).



    Also on June 28th, several videos of the airport during and after the attack surfaced on YouTube (shown below).



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  • 06/30/16--14:53: Motion Blur
  • About

    Motion Blur is a photographic technique that involves capturing an image of a rapidly moving object at a low shutter speed, which results in the appearance of streaks or smudges around the object and its path of movement. In digital photography, the effect is typically applied to images using special effect filters in post-production. Online, motion blur has been frequently used in various memes to convey a sense of urgency, confusion or chaos, depending on the angle and shape of the streaks or smudges.

    Origin

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  • 06/30/16--18:58: Dolphin Conspiracy Theories
  • About

    The Dolphin Conspiracy Theory is a satirical belief that the Cetacean mammals are plotting a scheme to rise up against the humanity. Like many other absurd conspiracy theories that have gone viral, it was conceived as a satire of online conspiracy theory communities.

    Origin

    The meme’s true origin isn’t very clear. The first popular media that implied that dolphins are hiding something would be The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy[1] by Douglas Adams, although it doesn’t necessarily say that they are evil.



    Spread

    On December 5th, 2013, YouTuber I Hate Everything uploaded a video titled “I Hate Dolphins,” in which he facetiously accuses dolphins of running an “underwater crime syndicate” that is supposedly capable of drug smuggling, illegal trafficking of seals and covering up assasinations of fishermen.



    The conspiracy theory began to gain traction when a group of Redditors, FatMofoingBagel, Smiffy01564 and TreacherousTurtle, launched the subreddit /r/dolphinconspiracy[2] on December 20th, 2014[3]. According to Redditor FatMofoingBagel, this was originally an in-joke that started when a friend of his decided to start telling people that dolphins are not actually real.[4] The subreddit only lasted so long initially before it began to wane off and not receive posts. On May 2nd, 2016, Redditor BlueDude35 was given moderator permissions to the subreddit and did some work on it, such as improving the CSS and posting an ad request to /r/subredditads.[5] After the advertisement was put into place, the subreddit began to grow exponentially. On June 16th, 2016, YouTuber FsuAtl posted a video featuring /r/dolphinconspiracy and it became a recurring joke within his channel.



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  • 07/01/16--06:19: Spongebob Comparison Charts
  • About

    Spongebob Comparison Charts are scene comparison charts in which various mediums are compared to scenes and screencaptures from Nickelodeon’s long-running animated series Spongebob Squarepants.

    Origin

    The initial comparison was first shared by the @FuckCrunchyroll[1] Twitter account on June 24th, 2016, and features screencaptures from Spongebob compared to 8 anime series including Neon Genesis Evangelion, Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure and Boku No Pico. According to the retweets, the tweet was quickly shared after posting; reaching up to hundreds of retweets within less than 15 minutes. As of July 1st, the image has been retweeted over 2,300 times and liked over 2,600 times.



    Spread

    On June 25th, the image was shared on FunnyJunk by user santyalc,[2] where other users subsequently started comparing more screenshots from Spongebob Squarepants to various other anime; including Attack on Titan, Kill La Kill and Berserk. As of July 1st, the image has received over 1,100 upvotes, 39,000 views, and 175 comments. The comment section’s suggestions were later compiled into a new image by FunnyJunk user Tafixados and shared on June 26th (shown below),[3] which managed to receive over 425 upvotes and 26,000 views during that period; again with a comment section that continued the trend of adding more variations. An Imgur gallery featuring various additions was created by Imgur user goldpikmin on June 28th,[4] which managed to receive over 1,750 points and 27,500 views. In the following days, various other variations were made and shared; creating derivatives using other series as well.



    Various Examples

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  • 07/01/16--13:41: Balls televison
  • Balls televison witch it got popular in 2016 it show Billy mays hiting a wall than it cuts to turbo teen skit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_2DJppHbYdk


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  • 07/01/16--14:58: Cow Chop
  • wip



    About

    Cow Chop[1] is a video game centric YouTube channel under Rooster Teeth’s umbrella “Let’s Play” brand, and composed of former members of The Creatures. The two main personalities on the channel are James Wilson (aka: Uberhaxornova] and Aleks Marchant (aka: ImmortalHD).[3] The pair are accompanied by their crew members Joe,[4] Aron,[5] and Trevor,[6] and their executive producer Bret (aka: HungryHundar),[7] all of who appear frequently along both James and Aleks in various videos.

    History

    Cow Chop originally began as an idea between Uberhaxornova and ImmortalHD and formed as a combination between the words “couch” and “co-op”. The channel was created on February 29th, 2016, and uploaded its first video on April 1st, 2016 (shown below).



    Online Relevance

    Fan Art

    Search Interest

    External Links

    [1]YouTube – Cow Chop

    [2]Twitter – UberHaxorNova

    [3]Twitter – ImmortalHD

    [4]Twitter – MrJoeExtreme

    [5]Twitter – StaleRender

    [6]Twitter – ModestCube

    [7]Twitter – HungryHundar


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    About

    “Hey Jimmy, wanna see a frog?” also known as Carl’s Frog Drawing is a popular quote Carl had ask to Jimmy from the Nickelodeon series The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius.

    Origin

    the quote and the drawing seen in Jimmy Neutron:Boy Genius movie before Jimmy showed his shrink ray to everybody (Shown Below).



    Spread

    On January 18, 2016 a youtuber named EBgamesEvan45 uploaded a viedeo called “Wanna see a frog? (BETTERVERSION)” on youtube (shown below)



    Notable Examples

    [reassuring]

    Search Interest



    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – Jimmy Neutron:Boy Genius

    [2]Jimmy Neutron Wiki – Jimmy Neutron:Boy Genius


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  • 07/02/16--09:56: NotSmirks
  • About

    NotSmirks is a Goanimator who makes weird and surreal videos.
    He also makes parodies out of other medias. He Created characters and parodies of characters such as Bart Sampson, Wardrobe Cookin’, babby, the papa, mume, etc. He is most notabliey know who made the character
    Uolliac (Based on a Youtube Poop. He had uploded alot of Goanimate videos and 1 Sfm where it makes
    RubberFruit and eltorro64rus in a nutshell.

    Notable Examples








    Uolliac

    Uolliac is one of the popular NotSmirks characters. He would sometimes speak
    alot of nonsense crap. Which he is based of a Youtube Poop with the same name.
    He cries alot, and calls himself Ki U. He was so popular that Goanimators start doing the same thing
    He also like strawberry sh*tcake. In the video sometimes the surreal Barts come in, and Warren Cookie.
    Here more videos

    Notable Examples






    Parodies

    There are a lot of parodies to NotSmirks surrealness.
    Notable NotSmirks spoofers like NotZickZack, NotGoanimateguy86, and Momogowi.
    It is still continuing.


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