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  • 09/12/16--18:21: Persuadable Bouncer
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  • 09/12/16--19:22: it made my eyes rainbow
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  • 09/12/16--23:28: sister wives
  • If Utah won’t let me have 5 wives, maybe the supreme court will


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  • 09/13/16--03:35: Dtmliao
  • About

    Daniel (Dtmliao) Liao is a teenage Chinese/Australian YouTuber, who is known for his comedic/cringey videos (most notably his ‘Top 10’ series; Funniest Laughs, Groovy Moves, Star-jumps, etc.) He is also well known for is ‘Q&A’ series, and ‘Cooking with Dan Man’ series. His channel is known as Dtmliao

    Early Youtube Life

    Daniel Liao’s first video uploaded was around 4 years ago, and was complete cancer, and had no meaning to his now “memey” & comedic self. His videos following involved him cooking, and showing of his fingering on the piano.

    Cooking Life

    Daniel Liao is not scared when it comes to talking about his role models, in numerous video in in ‘Q&A’ series, he was stated that his cooking influence and inspiration is none other than Ainsley Harriott who is also know his his “memey” and comedic behaviour/personality.
    As stated previously Dan Man has mentioned numerous times that Ainsley is his favourite chef, personality, and all round influence. In an earlier ‘Q&A’ Daniel Liao had stated that he wanted to quote “juice Ainsley Harriott’s plump willy”. He is rather fond of Ainsley Harriott.

    Controversy surrounding Daniel

    Over Daniel’s numerous years on YouTube he is obviously going to be involved in drama, and controversy.

    Sub Botting Scandal

    Daniel earlier this year was involved in a Sub-Botting scandal, where after he uploaded a video titled Special Message – 100 Subs his subscriber count blew up from 100 – 110 subscribers to around 200 – 210 subscriber within 1 – 2 days. Daniel was later accused by his fans, haters, that he had sub bottled. Daniel had said that all accusations about him Sub Botting are false, and that he did not, nor he ever would Sub Bot. The culprit has not been found and most likely never will be found unless Daniel comes out and admits to his fans that he did Sub Bot. Sub4Sub is also a high possibility in this controversy

    Bullying Controversy

    A video titled “Roast Time” from Daniel was uploaded mid 2016, which involved images of people, and Daniel’s voice over “roasting them” making fun of their looks, etc. Dan Man has apologised for this video and has regretted this video. The video was deleted shortly after it was uploaded and sparked controversy.

    Deleted Videos

    There have been numerous classics on Daniels channel that have been deleted due to him getting bullied/harassed or that he just didn’t like the video. These videos include:

    • Top 10 Funniest Face movements (title explains, unknown reason for deletion)
    • A Story about a Baby Bird (a story that Daniel made, deleted due to ‘no sense being made’ and ‘vulgar language’)
    • Top 10 Star-jumps (title explains, unknown reason for deletion)
    • Top 10 Push Up’s (title explains, deleted due to bullying)
    • if anymore are known please add

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    About

    “If it was made in the Philippines” is a youtube fad that involves acquiring the footage from various other tv series or movies from other countries then replacing the original audio with songs from Filipino drama shows such as the song “Wag Ka Ng Umiyak” (In English: Don’t Cry Anymore) in order to highlight a dramatic moment or to make to the scene unnecessarily hammy. The fad also serves as a way to mock the low-quality production and writing of Filipino television aired on stations such as ABS-CBN and GMA which are known for heavy recycling of plots, character archetypes and cliches in their evening program shows.

    Origin

    The fad dates back to the practice of editing video clips from tv shows to look as if they were from a different time period such as “If Game of Thrones was on VHS” which has amassed total of 3,901,602 views since its uploading on June 25, 2014



    Spread

    On September 11, 2016, Facebook user Mr. Putotoy uploaded a parody from the Spiderman film showing Peter Parker struggling to save a train from falling off the rail with “Wag Ka Ng Umiyak” playing as he struggles to stop its speed. The video accumulated a total of 783k views and 12,521 shares.

    Facebook page Filipino Dubs uploaded an edited version of the truck chase from Finding Dory accumulating a total of 701,454 views since its upload date of September 11, 2016.

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    Tuesday Again? No Problem refers to a two panel webcomic that features a dog remarking “Tuesday again?” in the first panel, then assuring “No problem……….” in the second. On Tumblr, it is often reblogged on Tuesdays as a wholesome way to brighten up the mundanity of Tuesdays.

    Origin

    On every Tuesday, the Tumblr Chickensnack[1] posts an illustration of a dog as part of a recurring “#Draw a Dog Tuesday” series. On August 5th, 2014, it uploaded the illustration of the “Tuesday Again? No Problem” dog.[2] As of September 13th, 2016, the post has over 742,000 notes.



    Spread

    The comic began regularly circulating around Tumblr on Tuesdays. On November 13th, 2014, William Baldwin[6] uploaded an animated version of the comic to Youtube (shown below).



    On November 19th, 2014, Tumblr user extortion[3] explained its popularity:

    “in our daily lives, the days of the week become trivial. we forget them sometimes. they can seem to blend into each other. we don’t care if it’s tuesday or thursday. these are just normal boring weekdays. but the fact that this happy fictitious dog exists now as a part of Tuesday, it lifts the spirit of me and many other people, and in many case especially, has made Tuesday a kind of weekly holiday, which gives life a certain excitement and zest. i mean, just imagine how happy you’d be if something magical happened every Tuesday? now it does.”

    As the meme spread, it spawned at least two Tumblrs[4][5] devoted to posting the dog every Tuesday. By 2015, it had become a much-loved Tumblr meme. User benepla[7] placed the dog in the “Lawful Good” alignment in an alignment chart of popular Tumblr memes (shown below), saying “the ‘tuesday again no problem’ dog stands as lawful good because not only is it showing no harm in any way, it inadvertently replaced the annual tuesday reblogs of ‘hahaha it’s tuesday you fat nasty trash’ of sbahj fame with something uninsulting and with a dog.” The post has gained over 25,000 noted and was reblogged by the MemeArchives Tumblr.[8]


    “Tuesday Again? No Problem” has also inspired dozens of variations and fan art interpretations where the dog is replaced by a different illustrated character. One homage by online-forever[9] that has the dog drawn on a TI-84 calculator has over 51,000 notes.



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  • 09/13/16--10:11: #SaveNelly
  • About

    #SaveNelly, also known as #HotInHerreStreamingParty, is an activist campaign that aims to help Missouri rapper Nelly pay off his state and federal debt by listening to his 2002 hit, “Hot In Herre.”

    Origin

    On September 11th, 2016, TMZ[1] reported that Nelly had just been hit with nearly 2.5 million dollars in debt to the federal government. The following day, Spin[2] published an article in which they calculated the amount of Spotify streams it would take for Nelly to pay off his debt. The headline was “Nelly Needs At Least 287,176,547 “Hot In Herre” Streams to Pay Off His IRS Debt.”



    Spread

    The article spawned several hashtags calling upon fans to listen to “Hot in Herre” on Spotify to help Nelly, including “#SaveNelly”[3] and “#HotInHerreStreamingParty”[7] The trend was covered by music publications including MTV,[4] Complex,[5] Vibe,[6] Billboard,[8] and more. The story was a Twitter Moment[9] on September 12th, 2016

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    “I’m dying / Is it blissful / It’s like a dream / I want to dream” is a lyric from shoegaze black metal band Deafheaven’s song “Dream House.” The melodrama of the phrase has made it a popular snowclone among metal and indie music fans.

    Origin

    On May 2nd, 2013, Deafheaven released “Dream House” ahead of the June 11th, 2013 release of their second studio album, Sunbather. “Dream House” received Best New Music certification for “Dream House” from indie music website Pitchfork,[2] and the album went on to receive a 92/100 on Metacritic.[1]



    Spread

    The lyric made an immediate impression. Reviews of Sunbather on Pitchfork[3] and Popmatters[4] made special note of the lyric’s impact on the record. Deafheaven fan art featuring the lyric appeared on Tumblr as early as June 12th, 2013.[5] By the end of the year, it had started to grow into a popular snowclone. For example, the blog Sentimental Movie Marathon[6] titled their year-end best-of list ““2013 IS DYING.” “IS IT BLISSFUL?” “IT’S LIKE A DREAM.” “I WANT TO DREAM.”: TOP 30-21 ALBUMS OF 2013.” It was also used as an in-joke for Deafheaven fans and music journalists around this time.[8][9]

    On March 1st, 2014, Tumblr user bakertothemount[7] published what would become one of the more popular comedic uses of the snowclone, an exploitable comic of Winnie the Pooh leaning in to whisper the lyric to Piglet (shown below).



    Over the next two years, the lyric was quoted less sincerely and used as a punchline caption accompanying various images including Marge Krumping, [10]Ted Cruz, [11] and many others. The phrase has been used to express existential despair and intense melodrama to humorous effect.

    Various Examples



    External References

    [1]Metacritic – Sunbather Reviews

    [2]Pitchfork – Dreamhouse

    [3]Pitchfork – Sunbather

    [4]Popmatters – Sunbather

    [5]Tumblr – Ice Cream Beeru

    [6]SENTIMENTALMOVIEMARATHON“2013 IS DYING.” “IS IT BLISSFUL?” “IT’S LIKE A DREAM.” “I WANT TO DREAM.”

    [7]Tumblr – bakertothemount

    [8]Twitter – @Brandonstosuy

    [9]Twitter – @drewberinger

    [10]Know Your Meme – Marge Krumping

    [11]Twitter – @h1gh_bl00m


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  • 09/13/16--13:42: Corrupted Blood Incident
  • Overview

    The Corrupted Blood Incident refers to a virtual plague that occurred in the MMORPGWorld of Warcraft in mid September 2005, when players spread a contagious debuff spell named “Corrupted Blood” throughout the virtual world for an entire week before it was contained.

    Background

    On September 13th, 2005, World of Warcraft unveiled the raid dungeon Zul’Gurub in patch 1.7, which included the monster Hakkar the Soulflayer as the final boss. During the encounter, Hakkar would cast a health-draining spell named “Corrupted Blood” on nearby players, which would then spread to other players in the immediate vicinity. While only intended to function within Zul’Gurub, some players teleported to densely-populated cities where the spell quickly spread to others throughout the world, killing low level players with small health pools. To transport the virus, hunter class characters would banish their pet after it received the debuff, then summon the infected animal outside of the dungeon zone. For an entire week, developers attempted to contain the spread of the spell with a voluntary quarantine, but were only able to control the epidemic with software patches and server resets.



    Developments

    Zombie Plague Event

    In October 2008, Blizzard held a week-long event to promote the Wrath of the Lich King expansion in World of Warcraft, which featured a zombie plague infection that could be spread from player-to-player (shown below).



    Online Discussions

    On April 14th, 2014, YouTuber Planet Dolan GAMING included the Corrupted Blood Incident in a video titled “10 Biggest Glitches in World of Warcraft” (shown below). Within three years, the video received more than 1.34 million views and 1,800 comments.



    On December 31st, 2015, Redditor metamorphosis47 posted an article about the virtual plague to /r/todayilearned,[3] where it garnered upwards of 2,100 votes (90% upvoted) and 90 comments prior to being archived. On September 13th, 2016, Redditor Prawnjoe posted the Corrupted Blood Incident Wikipedia article to /r/gaming[4] in honor of its 11th anniversary, gaining over 8,000 votes (85% upvoted) and 1,800 comments within 12 hours.

    Epidemiological Research

    On May 20th, 2008, the video game news blog Gamasutra[1] published an article titled “The Real Life Lessons Of WoW’s Corrupted Blood,” reporting that epidemiologist Nina Fefferman believed the incident could be useful in examining how to control the spread of disease in the real world. On May 27th, 2009, Reuters[2] published an article about the incident, reporting that it had been widely studied by epidemiologists as a virtual model for the spread of disease. On February 26th, 2011, YouTuber Christiaan008 posted a video titled “Modelling Infectious Diseases in Virtual Realities,” which discussed the Corrupted Blood Incident from an epidemiological perspective (shown below).



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  • 09/13/16--20:56: Have fun in San Antonio
  • “Have fun in San Antonio” is something that’s said whenever anyone leaves or goes anywhere. The meme originated when someone saying “I’m going to the Alamo,” referring to the Alamo Draft House, which is a movie theater, and someone else misinterpreting that to mean they were going to the actual Alamo in San Antonio, TX.


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  • 09/14/16--10:56: Rolling Moon Balloon
  • Overview

    Rolling Moon Balloon refers to a large, moon-shaped inflatable that was spotted rolling through Fuzhou, China.

    Background

    On September 13th, 2016, an inflatable moon that was erected for Fuzhou’s celebration of China’s annual Mid-Autumn Festival came untethered due to high winds from the oncoming super-typhoon Meranti. It was then filmed rolling through the streets over cars and pedestrians.



    Developments

    The balloon was caught at around 2:00 pm in China, and local media assured the public that the balloon had not harmed anyone or caused traffic congestion.[1] Meanwhile, users of the Chinese Twitter -like website Weibo commented with glee and began publishing pictures and original GIFs where they’d drawn over the balloon to make it look like a cartoon. They also mourned for an inflatable rabbit that was deflated as a precautionary measure.

    Western publications Buzzfeed[2] and The Verge[3] picked up the story, with The Verge remarking the similarity between the event and the video game Katamari Damacy. A tweet of the video by @XHNews[4] made Twitter Moments[5] the same day.



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  • 09/14/16--13:14: This Is It, Luigi
  • About

    “This Is It, Luigi” is a line spoken by Mario to his brother Luigi in a cutscene from the Philips CD-i game Hotel Mario. The line has spawned a series of Youtube Poop videos and images on Tumblr.

    Origin

    Hotel Mario was released in 1994, and “This Is It, Luigi” made it’s Youtube debut when it was uploaded as part of all of Hotel Mario’s cutscenes by n64chick on August 28th, 2006.



    Spread

    The scene along with other clips from Hotel Mario were made into Youtube Poops soon after. One of the earliest known instances of “This Is It, Luigi” used for a YTP is a video uploaded by mrjanga[1] on September 12th, 2008 (shown below).



    It would appear again in several other YTP-style videos in the coming years, and it inspired its own YTMND. [2]



    Tumblr Resurgence

    In September 2016, “This Is It, Luigi” grew into a popular joke template on Tumblr that found the Hotel Mario sprites photoshopped into different images captioned “This is it, Luigi,” as if the characters were about to do something exciting. Tumblr user guitarbeard[3] published one of the earliest examples that finds Mario and Luigi in Metal Gear Solid about to jump off a plane with Snake. The post has gained over 7,500 notes in less than a week.

    Other popular posts applied it to Neon Genesis Evangelion[4] and Michael Jackson.[5] One popular post by elderscrollsivoblivion[6] has Mario looking out over the New York City skyline captioned, “‘This is it, Luigi.’ Mario says while overlooking New York City above their penthouse suite.” The post gained over 17,000 notes as of September 14th, 2016. At least a dozen Tumblr profiles changed their name to “This Is It, Luigi” in the coming week.



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  • 09/14/16--20:44: Forza Horizon
  • About

    Forza Horizon is a open-world racing game series developed by Playground Games and published by Microsoft Studios. It is a spin-off to the main Forza Motorsport series, developed by Turn 10 Studios.
    The main atmosphere of the series takes you in a fictional street racing and music event called the Horizon Festival, takes place in each installment various locations around world.

    Gameplay

    The series takes the simulation racing elements from it’s bigger brother, the Motorsport series and combines it with a open-world and arcade setting.
    In a usual Horizon installment, features over hundreds of real world, licensed vehicles from street vehicles to exotics to race cars and to off-road vehicles. All able to be brought and customized with the performance and visual parts and to the highly popular livery editor, thus building population of the Forza painters community since Forza Motorsport 2’s release.[1]

    Playground Games

    The UK-based development team consists of employees who formerly worked for other studios such as, Criterion Games (Burnoutseries), Slightly Mad Studios (NFS: Shift series), Bizarre Creations (Project Gotham Racing series) and so on.[2]

    History

    Forza Horizon (2012)

    On 23rd, October 2012, Forza Horizon was released on the Microsoft Xbox 360. The first game of the series, with the festival being set in Colorado.

    Forza Horizon 2 (2014)

    On 30th, September 2014, the first sequel of the spin-off series, Forza Horizon 2 was released on the Microsoft Xbox One and Xbox 360. The game takes place in Southern France and Northern Italy.
    Having the 360 version separately developed by Sumo Digital and reuses the FH1 game engine and no downloadable content is available for that version.

    Forza Horizon 3 (2016)

    The latest installment, the full game of Forza Horizon 3, is scheduled to be released in 27 September 2016. The festival is set in Australia.
    It’s the first game of the series to feature cross-platform play, with the game being available on Microsoft Xbox One and Microsoft Windows 10 systems for the first time of the Horizon series.

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  • 09/15/16--08:14: You Mind If I Wild Out?
  • About

    You Mind if I Wild Out? refers to a video series in which people are recorded wildly dancing on the sidewalk while a driver loudly plays rap music nearby.

    Origin

    On July 25th, 2016, rapper Fly Young Red uploaded a video to YouTube in which a man, identified as a drug dealer, asks “you mind if I wild out?” and begins dancing on the sidewalk after a driver begins playing the Fly Young Red rap song “Throw It” (shown below).



    Spread

    On August 8th, Fly Young Red uploaded a sequel video titled "Mr. Y’all Mind If I Wild Out, wilding out in St. Louis to that new Fly Young Red “Throw It,” in which a driver pulls up to the same man who begins twerking to the “Throw It” song on a side walk in St. Louis (shown below). On August 10th, the @WSHHFans[2] Twitter feed and the @hoodclips[3] Instagram page reposted the sequel video.



    On August 19th, the original Fly Young Red video was submitted to /r/videos.[1] On August 27th, YouTuber ObeseFailTV posted a parody compilation video titled “Yall Mind If I Praise God?” (shown below, left). On August 24th, YouTuber RNG Nation uploaded a recreation of the original Fly Young Red video created in the video game “Grand Theft Auto 5”: (shown below, right). On September 10th, Redditor DoesntKnowJackShit submitted a thread asking about the meme on /r/OutOfTheLoop.[4]



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  • 09/15/16--09:01: My LaCroix
  • About

    My LaCroix[1] is a single-serving site featuring a web app by Chicago-based design studio Nelson Cash that allows users to create images of cans touting imaginary flavors of LaCroix seltzer water. The results resemble Lay’s Do Us A Flavor Parodies in that they are mostly memes, phrases, or disgusting.

    History

    Launched on September 14th, 2016, MyLacroix.com is a creation of Nelson Cash,[2] who also created the Make It Stranger generator. As that app allowed users to input keywords to make title cards resembling the typeface used in the Stranger Things opening sequence, MyLacroix.com allows users to input keywords to generate an image of a can of LaCroix.



    The launch of “My Lacroix” came after years of the drink growing in popularity and trendiness.[3][4] According to Nelson Cash, the idea for the generator came out of love for the sparkling water, which is extremely popular among Chicago-based tech companies.[5]

    Spread

    Shortly after the app’s launch, social media users on Tumblr and Twitter began using it to make jokes evoking Harambe, [6] White Tears,[7]Manda Nudes, [8] and more. Curiously, at the time of writing, the most popular flavor is “Summer With Albert’s Puppy,”[9] a phrase with no discernible spread outside of the MyLacroix page. The second most popular entry is “Tumblr.”[10]

    The popularity of MyLacroix has covered by New York Magazine,[11] The Daily Dot,[12] mashable,[13] and refinery29.[14]

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  • 09/15/16--10:56: Teacher Bae
  • About

    Teacher Bae is a nickname given to Georgia-based paraprofessional educator Patrice Brown after photographs of her circulated online in mid September 2016. While some accused Brown of dressing inappropriately for an educator, other defended her choice of attire, claiming her body type was causing the online attention.

    Origin

    In early September 2016, Brown posted a photograph of herself wearing a form-fitting, pink-colored dress while standing in a classroom to Instagram[14] (shown below). The original post has since been removed. On September 11th, Twitter user @Aneerinyourear[13] tweeted the photograph. Over the next 24 hours, many Twitter users commented on the photograph, with some arguing that Brown’s choice of attire was inappropriate for the classroom.



    Spread

    That day, people began defending Brown on Twitter in posts using the hashtag #teacherbae,[2] including a tweet posted by @stackztootrill[3] featuring a thin woman juxtaposed alongside Brown with the caption “I bet y’all wouldn’t have nothing to say if she was built like this #teacherbae” (shown below, left). Meanwhile, Twitter user @FrankHoecean[4] posted several photos Brown, saying “this black woman seems so happy & proud of teaching youth” (shown below, right). Within 72 hours, the tweets gathered upwards of 1,000 and 2,900 likes respectively.



    Also on September 12th, The Daily Dot[12] published an article about the trending hashtag, which included a statement from Brown:

    “I just wish they would respect me and focus on the positive and what truly matters--which is educating the children of the future generations and providing and caring for them.”

    On September 13th, the @WorldStarC0medy[11] feed joked about the large flat screen television seen in the background of the classroom photo (shown below, left). On September 14th, the @Hot97[5] Twitter feed posted photographs of two ASOS models wearing the same dress as Brown, suggesting that Brown’s body type was causing her to receive the attention online (shown below, right).



    On September 13th, Atlanta Public Schools (APS) issued a statement that Brown had been “given guidance regarding the APS Employee Dress Code, the use of social media, and Georgia Code of Ethics for educators, and she has been cooperative in addressing her presence on social media."[6] Over the coming days, various news sites published articles about the viral photograph, including UpRoxx,[7] The Huffington Post,[8] Complex[9] and The Daily Mail.[10]

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  • 09/15/16--11:05: It's Free Real Estate
  • About

    “It’s Free Real Estate” is a line from a Tim & Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! sketch. It has grown into a popular GIF and a popular Bait and Switch -style video punchline on Youtube.



    Origin

    The sketch “Free House For You, Jim” appeared in the March 24th, 2009 episode of Tim & Eric“Presidents.” The sketch format parodies a commercial by having the title actors claim they have a free house for one person, Jim Boonie. The ad, shown below, ends with Tim Heidecker whispering “It’s free real estate,” to the camera.



    Spread

    Over the following years, “It’s Free Real Estate” remained a popular in-joke for the Tim & Eric fandom. It first appeared on Youtube in 2009,[1] and Adult Swim uploaded the entire sketch to Youtube in 2012.[2] References to it have appeared on Yahoo Answers[3] and in IGN forums.[4] It also appeared in several threads on the Tim & Eric subreddit.[5][6]

    The quote began to grow in popularity as a bait-and-switch punchline in the summer of 2016, following an April 29th Youtube video by Flameoffury[7] that incorporates the clip into “Wait (The Whisper Song)” by the Ying Yang Twins (shown below).



    The video was posted to /r/youtubehaiku[8] by Flameoffury on June 21st, where it gained over 4,300 points, 91% upvotes as of September 15th, 2016. Following that, “It’s free real estate” appeared in similar videos, where a whisper is replaced with the quote. For example, it has appeared in a remix of Gorillaz’ “Clint Eastwood” (below, left), Spongebob (below, center), and Shrek (below, right).



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    About

    There Is Only 1 Picture on This Site With 15 Million Notes is a Tumblr reblog series in which participants post a new image while reblogging a post with the description “there’s only 1 picture on this site with 15 million notes.”

    Origin

    On December 28th, 2011, Tumblr user InTheMidstOfMonsters submitted a post containing an unknown image that was subsequently removed for “violating one or more of Tumblr’s Community Guidelines.” While the original image is unknown, tags found in an archived version of the post suggest it may have depicted self-harm.[1]



    Spread

    On November 30th, 2014, Tumblr user bonerfart[4] reblogged the post with a picture of a goldfish inside of a condom filled with water (shown below).



    In June 2015, Tumblr user angiezeppeli[2] reblogged the post along with a screenshot from the anime Attack on Titan, featuring a photoshopped edited English subtitle "Do you ever stop after taking a shit and think, “Wow, this is the size of the dick I could take?” (shown below). On July 16th, the post was highlighted on the Humans of Tumblr Facebook[3] page, where it garnered upwards of 6,300 reactions, 2,200 shares and 670 comments.



    Search Interest

    Not available.

    External References

    [1]Internet Archive – InTheMidstOfMonsters

    [2]Tumblr – angiezeppelis post

    [3]Facebook – Humans of Tumblr

    [4]Tumblr – bonerfart


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  • 09/16/16--09:25: Joke of Laurent Ruquier
  • Laurent Ruquier is a famous french TV and Radio animator. The most known TV show that he produce is “On est pas couchés” on France 2.
    He becam an icon on the forum 18-25 of the french website Jeuxvideo.com with this legendary joke :

    How do Ruquier remove his condom ? By farting :)

    This joke refers to the homosexualuty of the animator.

    The message “by farting”, is always followed by the smiley " :) "

    The running gag is the base of this, this meme is very used as a flood material.

    Source : https://wiki.jvflux.com/Laurent_Ruquier#.5BFIN_2013_-D.C3.89BUT_2014.5D_Un_d.C3.A9lire_cr.C3.A9.C3.A9_par_les_pseudosFionDeXXX


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