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    “It’s Time For Some Game Theory” refers to a series of tweets mocking a long Twitter thread analyzing Russia’s influence in the 2016 United States Presidential Election by “strategic analyst” Eric Garland that begins “Guys, it’s time for some game theory.”

    Origin

    On December 11th, 2016, Garland began a 120-tweet long thread[1] explaining Russian election interference while tying in many different factors, including 9/11, Bill Clinton, Edward Snowden, and Chelsea Manning. The first tweet has gained over 5,300 retweets and 10,000 likes as of December 13th, 2016.



    Spread

    Over the next few days Garland’s thread and those who shared his thread drew mockery from those who found its premise to be fantastical and the introductory “it’s time for some game theory” phrase laughable. It inspired a series of jokes that used “it’s time for some game theory” as a punchline and a series of jokes that began “it’s time for some game theory” then went on to offer theories about video games games. The spread of the jokes was covered by The Daily Dot.[2] Garland’s thread also inspired a Gizmodo post[3] which asked for men to stop “manthreading,” a practice defined as men of Twitter using long threads to explain unimportant concepts.

    Various Examples



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  • 12/13/16--09:26: Kangaroo Punch Video
  • About

    Kangaroo Punch Video refers to a viral video in which an Australian man punches a large kangaroo in the head to save his dog.

    Origin

    On June 15th, 2016, Australian zoo keeper Greig Tonkins was hunting for feral pigs in New South Wales when his dog was attacked by a large kangaroo. Tonkins ran over to free the dog from the kangaroos grasp, leading the kangaroo to move towards him aggressively. In defense, Tonkins punched the kangaroo in the snout, stunning the animal so he could escape (shown below).



    Spread

    On December 3rd, Facebook[1] user Steven Stubenrauch reuploaded the video, gathering upwards of 4.2 million views, 118,000 shares and 61,000 likes over the next ten days.

    That day, the Daily News Updates YouTube channel posted a clip from the video, which received more than 2.8 million views within the same timeframe. On December 4th, the ViralHog[2] YouTube channel posted a high quality version of the film, which gathered upwards of 35 million views and 73,000 comments within nine days. The following day, YouTuber Ozzy Man Reviews posted the video along with humorous commentary dubbed over (shown below, left). Also on December 5th, YouTuber Cr1tikal uploaded another fight commentary video (shown below, right).



    Meanwhile, The Guardian[3] published an statement from the Taronga Zoo, announcing they would not fire Tonkin from his position as zookeeper despite demands from animal rights activists. On December 7th, PETA[4] released a statement condemning Tonkin for punching the kangaroo, saying “punching a kangaroo in the face is neither brave nor funny.”

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  • 12/13/16--11:50: Russian Hacking Controversy
  • Overview

    Russian Hacking Controversy refers to speculation that the Russian government used cyber attacks to sway the 2016 United States presidential election in favor of Republican candidate Donald Trump, which was supported by the United States Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) but disputed by the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

    Background

    DC Leaks

    In April 2016, the website DC Leaks was launched, where several hacked emails from the Gmail account of retired United States General Philip Breedlove were published. In August, the internet security company ThreatConnect[7] published a blog post speculating that DC Leaks was a “Russian-backed” influence outlet and connecting the website to the mysterious hacker Guccifer 2.0.

    DNC Leak

    On July 22nd, 2016, Wikileaks[9] published a collection of nearly 20,000 e-mails exchanged among key staff members within the Democratic National Committee (DNC), the governing body of the United States Democratic Party, as well as unofficial correspondences with members of the press, between January 2015 and May 2016. Among other findings, the leaked emails detail how several officials within the DNC, which is supposed to remain neutral during the primary electoral process, had attempted to sabotage Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign in order to secure the victory of Hillary Clinton.

    Developments

    On September 2nd, Bloomberg released an interview with Vladimir Putin, in which he denied that the Russian government was involved in the DNC hack (shown below).[1] That month, The Washington Post[12] reported that several United States intelligence and law enforcement agencies were investigating if the Russian government was attempting to disrupt the presidential election. On September 7th, The Wall Street Journal[8] reported that Guccifer 2.0 was angry that Moscow was receiving credit for his hack.



    CIA and FBI Statements

    On December 9th, The Washington Post[4] reported that the CIA concluded “Russia intervened in the 2016 election to help Donald Trump win the presidency.” The following day, The Washington Post[11] published a follow-up article reporting that the FBI disagreed with the CIA’s conclusion, arguing that Russia’s intentions were unclear.

    Online Reaction

    On October 28th, the Occupy Democrats Logic Facebook[9] page posted an MS Paint illustration of a Hillary Clinton children’s book cover titled “Everyone I Don’t Like Is a Russian Hacker” (shown below, left). On November 4th, Redditor viralijzad submitted another version of the children’s book image (shown below, right). Within one month, the post gained over 750 votes (77% upvoted) on /r/russia.[6]



    On December 12th, 2016, Redditor dances_with_ibprofen submitted a composite image of Vladimir Putin and William Wilson (a.k.a. CIA) from the 2012 superhero film The Dark Knight Rises to /r/memeeconomy,[3] where it received upwards of 15,300 votes (86% upvoted) and 130 comments within 24 hours. The following day, Redditor crackie_chan posted a photoshopped picture of Putin as the “Man Behind the Curtain” in the 1939 film The Wizard of Oz, controlling a disembodied Trump head (shown below, right). In four hours, the post received more than 31,400 votes (67% upvoted) and 1,500 comments on /r/funny.[10]



    Brexit Speculation

    On December 13th, former Labour Party minister Ben Bradshaw speculated that Russia may have been involved in swaying the United Kingdom’s referendum to leave the European Union.[5]

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  • 12/13/16--18:04: Right Wing Safety Squads
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    The Folgers “Brother and Sister” Commercial is a holiday-themed television commercial for Folgers coffee. In the commercial, a brother returns to America from a long trip to West Africa and early in the morning, arrives at his family’s house, where he is greeted by his sister. The commercial has grown infamous because of what many perceive as sexual tension between the brother and sister, and has inspired numerous parodies and fanfiction.

    Origin

    The commercial is an updated version of a long-running Folgers commercial that first ran in 1982 in which a man named “Peter” comes home and his greeted by his litte sister, who is a toddler.



    The updated version in which the brother and sister are closer in age first ran during the holiday season in 2009. As of December 14th, 2016, the unedited commercial has over 1.2 million views on Youtube.



    Spread

    Viewers instantly noticed the sexual tension between the brother and sister in the 2009 commercial. The earliest known post to make this observation was posted December 16th, 2009 by the blog Cleveland’s a Plum.[1] On January 10th, Youtuber Paul Prato posted an edit of the commercial in which the stare between the brother and sister is extended to convey heightened sexual tension before their parents enter the kitchen. His video, shown below, has over 276,000 views.



    On March 5th, 2012, Funny Or Die[2] posted an edit to the commercial by sketch comedy group Pilotsketch in which the only change is a two-second additional shot that shows one of the siblings’ hands grazing the other’s crotch (Youtube embed shown below).



    Later that year, the commercial’s infamy began quickly spreading on Tumblr and Twitter after user of both sites JayGabler[3] posted a screenshot of a tweet by Nicole James to his Tumblr that read “Nothing gets me in the holiday mood like that incest/Folgers commercial.” JayGabler’s post, which linked to the original ad, has gained over 222,000 notes.



    The spread of JayGabler’s post drew the attention The Daily Dot[4], who covered internet users’ incestuous reading of the commercial. From 2012 on, the commercial’s infamy has been regularly covered during the holiday season. Buzzfeed[5] covered it in 2014, and Uproxx[6] and Bustle[7] covered it in 2015. Vanity Fair[8] interviewed the brother in 2015, and discovered he had no idea at the time that the commercial had incestuous undertones, but realized later and enjoyed the internet’s response to it.

    Fanfiction

    The commercial has inspired several fanfiction stories in which the brother and sister have sex. Gawker[9] covered the fanfictions in 2012. As of December 14th, 2016, fanfiction site archiveofourown[10] has 19 stories under the “Folgers ‘Home for the Holidays’ Commercial” category. The most popular, “A Home for All Seasons” by orphan_account,[11] has over 33,000 hits.

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    About

    Get the fuck out of my room i’m playing minecraft is a 6 video qutoe of the scene with begins with a door but replaced with other scenes from other movies and tv shows and at every middle of the vine clip kid yells “Get the fuck out of my room i’m playing minecraft”

    Origin

    The origin of a meme originates by someone else form internet soical media page uploaded a video of a kid playing minecraft

    Spread

    someone else madee a video of this clip


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  • 12/14/16--13:41: SpongeBob Relatable Post
  • About

    SpongeBob Relatable Post is a meme of relatable post from the show SpongeBob SquarePants.

    Origin

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    Various Examples

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  • 12/14/16--22:31: Riceis
  • “Riceis” is a play on words referring to the violent terrorist organization known as “ISIS”. The image displays Asian rebels with assault rifles in a similar manner to ISIS. Rice is a very popular food amongst Asian countries and China is no exception. Since they are Asian and act a lot like ISIS, they are called “Riceis”.


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    Everyone I Don’t Like Is Hitler is a photoshopped children’s book cover featuring a picture of Adolf Hitler sliding down a rainbow, which is often used as a reaction image in online political discussions when Godwin’s Law is invoked.

    Origin

    On November 22nd, 2015, the conservative blog Bookworm Room[5] posted a compilation of political internet memes, which included a mock children’s book cover with Adolf Hitler sliding down a rainbow titled “Everyone I Don’t Like is Hitler: The Emotional Child’s Guide to Political Discussion” (shown below).



    Spread

    On January 14th, 2016, the Daily Telegraph staff writer Tim Stanley tweeted the mock children’s cover along with the caption “required reading for the internet age.”[6] On February 27th, Redditor Knollsit submitted the image to /r/The_Donald.[7] On June 8th, Redditor Quaestorian_Guard submitted a photoshopped version of the cover with Hitler riding a sled through the sky to the /r/funny[3] subreddit, where it gained over 7,400 votes (89% upvoted) and 150 comments prior to being archived.



    On June 21st, a photoshopped book cover featuring an illustration of Donald Trump titled “Everyone I Don’t Like is a Cuck” was uploaded to Imgur[1] (shown below, left). On October 6th, Redditor Dagon1213 uploaded a similar edit with Pepe the Frog titled “Everyone I Don’t Like is Alt-Right” to /r/The_Donald (shown below, right).[2]



    On October 28th, the Occupy Democrats Logic Facebook[9] page posted an MS Paint illustration of a Hillary Clinton children’s book cover titled “Everyone I Don’t Like Is a Russian Hacker” (shown below, left). On November 4th, Redditor viralijzad submitted another version of the children’s book image (shown below, right). Within one month, the post gained over 750 votes (77% upvoted) on /r/russia.[6]



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  • 12/15/16--09:38: Me, An Intellectual
  • About

    Me, An Intellectual is a popular dialogue snowclone on Tumblr in which the character “me, an intellectual” uses needlessly formal language to correct well-known colloquial phrases (i.e. calling a “Slim Jim” a “Slender James”).

    Origin

    On June 6th, 2016, Tumblr user wrecknian[1] posted a text post that reads “me, an intellectual: (passing my buddy a slim jim) would you care for this Slender James?” The post has gained over 115,000 notes as of December 15th, 2016.



    Spread

    Over the course of the next several months, posts featuring the “Me, an intellectual” character spread widely on Tumblr, the meme evolving to include a character that “me, an intellectual” would correct. On October 3rd, 2016, Buzzfeed[2] posted a listicle of some of the funnier examples on Tumblr. On October 16th, Reddit user Cryomatic[3] posted a screenshot of an argument about the grammar in “me, an intellectual” to /r/Tumblr in a post that gained 370 points. The dialogue,[4] shown below, has over 114,000 notes on Tumblr.



    Various Examples



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  • 12/15/16--11:49: Knife Wielding Kid
  • About

    Knife Wielding Kid is a photoshop meme based on a screen captured image of teenager Logan Clark moments before he was shot by campus police for threatening other students with knives.

    Origin

    On December 7th, Nevada high school student Logan Clark was shot in the shoulder by campus police after attacking other students with knives. That day, Twitter user @evanyuson uploaded a video of Clark swinging the knives, followed by a video in which he is shown laying on the ground after being shot.[7]




    Spread

    The following day, a video of Clark laying on the ground after being shot was subsequently reuploaded to Liveleak.[6] On December 9th, a thread about the incident was submitted to 4chan’s /pol/ (politically incorrect) board, where some users began replying with photoshopped pictures of the attacker (shown below).[2]



    That day, 4chan moderator Swaglord posted a picture of Carter holding the knives with the caption “teleports behind u” (shown below). That day, Redditor Brobi_WanKenobi submitted the post to /r/4chan,[1] where it gathered 1,000 votes (95% upvoted) and 50 comments within five days. On December 10th, Clark’s father condemned the police officer who shot his son, claiming he did not need to use lethal force. In the coming days, several other threads featuring photoshops of Clark were posted on 4chan.[3][4][5]



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    Not available.

    External References

    [1]Reddit – /pol/ comments on the knife kid photo

    [2]Archive.is – 4chan thread

    [3]Archive.is – 4chan thread

    [4]Archive.is – 4chan thread

    [5]Archive.is – 4chan thread

    [6]Liveleak – Nevada High School Student

    [7]Twitter – @evanyuson


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  • 12/15/16--15:06: 4chan Safety Squad Raids
  • Overview

    4chan Safety Squad Raids refers to an online campaign meant to shutdown DIY venues across the United States following a deadly fire that occurred at the Ghost Ship warehouse in early December 2016.

    Background

    On December 2nd, 2016, a converted warhouse in Oakland, California run by the Ghost Ship artist collective caught fire during a concert for the house music record label 100% Silk. A total of 36 people killed, marking it the deadliest fire in the history of Oakland. On December 7th, an anonymous 4chan user submitted a post calling for readers to report local art spaces to be inspected by the fire department in an effort to “crush the radical left” (shown below).[1]



    Developments

    Online Reaction

    While the original thread received only 214 posts, an archived version on 4plebs subsequently circulated among advocates for DIY spaces, who began replying to the thread. In the coming days, the 4plebs post gathered upwards of 920 responses. On December 8th, the DIY catalog site DoDIY.org[4] was shut down by creator Neil Campau, who left the following message on the site:

    DIY spaces are being shutdown around the country and even though it’s been a huge labor of love (of which I’ve dedicated 9 or so years running), I have no intention in letting it simply become a tool for authorities. If you’re a cop combing this site looking for some folks to evict or some vile human looking to call the cops on folks listed here, fuck off immediately.”

    In the coming days, several new threads were created on /pol/, leading to an organized raid against numerous art spaces across the United States.

    News Media Coverage

    On December 13th, The Observer[3] published an article titled “Internet Trolls Launch Campaign to Shut Down Progressive Spaces.” On Dcember 15th, the Vice[2] music blog Thump published an article titled “4chan Users Launch Campaign to Shut Down DIY Venues in Aftermath of Oakland Fire.”

    Search Interest

    Not available.

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  • 12/16/16--02:39: Human Mail Challenge
  • About

    The “Human Mail Challenge” is a dare game played by a number of prominent YouTubers wherein the participant must successfully mail himself in a box to a recipient, usually to someone known, a fan, or even a stranger.

    Origin

    An early instance of this challenge was posted in March 2016, by YouTuber OmarGOSHTV, with the title “Mailing Myself In A Box PRANK– Kid Version”.



    On September 14 2016, YouTuber Kill’em FTW uploaded a video “I Mailed Myself in a Box and It Actually WORKED! (Human Mail Challenge)”.



    Spread

    In November 2016, several popular YouTubers such as RiceGum[1], Sam[2] and SSSniperWolf[3] posted their attempts at the challenge. On November 30, Top Trends posted a video[4] titled “Top 10 I Mailed Myself in a Box Challenge Videos (RiceGum, SSSniperwolf Human Mail Challenges)”. Early next month, YouTubers such as FaZe Rug[5] and Gloom Games[6] followed suit.

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  • 12/16/16--06:08: RIDICULOUSLY HANDSOME INDIAN
  • I WASJUSTLOOKING AT RANDOMTHINGS ON INSTAGRAMAND I FOUNDTHISGUY. HE IS RIDICULOUSLYCUTEANDHANDSOME. SO I CREATEDMEMEAND IT IS GETTING ON TO MY OTHERFRIENDS. i THOUGHT I SHOULDSHARE IT HERE


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  • 12/16/16--09:49: Mr. Brightside
  • About

    “Mr. Brightside” is the 2004 single released by the American alternative-rock band The Killers. One of their most successful songs to date, its lyrics have inspired several internet memes in 2016, more than a decade after its initial release.

    Origin

    The Killers released “Mr. Brightside” in 2003 as the first single off their debut album Hot Fuss, then rereleased it in 2004 following the success of their single “Somebody Told Me.”[1] The video for the song, shown below, is actually the second video The Killers made for the track. The first, shown below, became known as the UK version (shown below, left). The more popular alternative take is based off the film Moulin Rouge (shown below, right). As of December 16th, 2016, the video has over 191 million views on Youtube.



    Spread

    “Mr. Brightside” has been widely critically acclaimed. Rolling Stone called it the 48th-best song of the 21st century. It peaked at #10 on the Billboard charts in 2005. In 2010, Last.fm reported that “Mr. Brightside” was the most downloaded song on the site. In April of 2016, interest in “Mr. Brightside” spiked following a video in which Brian O’Sullivan led a rendition of the song in honor of his deceased friend, Ger Foley. The video, shown below, went viral after The Killers gave it praise.[5]



    Ger Farmer Foley from Tim Clifford on Vimeo.


    Related Memes

    Comin’ Out Of My Cage

    The opening lyrics of the song, “Comin’ out of my cage and I’ve been doing just fine, gotta gotta be down because I want it all,” have been applied to various memes. On December 25th, 2016, Tumblr user returnofthejedi[2] published a post that read “Coming out of my cage and I’ve been doing just :/” and gained over 276,000 notes in a year. The text has also been inserted into various image macros.



    On November 29th, 2016, Twitter user @Joshwoos referenced the lyrics in a tweet that has gained over 62,000 retweets.[3]



    It Was Only a Kiss

    Another popular joke format related to “Mr. Brightside” finds photographs of awkward kisses accompanied by lyrics from the middle of the first verse of the song, “It started out with a kiss, how did it end up like this? It was only a kiss, it was only a kiss!” On December 14th, 2016, Twitter Moments[4] published a compilation of tweets using the joke.



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – Mr. Brightside

    [2]Tumblr – Return of the Jedi

    [3]Twitter – @Joshwoos tweet

    [4]Twitter Moments – When ‘Mr. Brightside’ defines your awkward make-out moves

    [5]Buzzfeed – “The Killers Totally Approve Of This Mourner’s Emotional Rendition Of ‘Mr Brightside’”https://www.buzzfeed.com/krishrach/the-killers-totally-approve-of-this-mourners-emotional-rendi?utm_term=.ijo5BjGve#.dvDZ8KXYJ


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  • 12/16/16--13:43: We Die Like Men
  • About

    We Die Like Men refers to the phrase “No Airbag, We Die Like Men,” which has grown into a snowclone popular on Tumblr in which “airbags” and “die” are replaced in jokes.

    Origin

    The phrase “No Airbags, We Die Like Real Men” has appeared on the internet before in some viral images of bumper stickers.[4] However, it was not until August 2016 that the phrase sparked a snowclone. On August 7th, 2016, an image of a car with a bumper sticker that reads “No Airbag, We Die Like Men” was posted to Imgur.[3] On August 10th, 2016, Tumblr user dreamjerky[1] posted the image, shown below, in a post that has gained over 122,000 notes as of December 16th, 2016.



    Spread

    In the coming months, the image inspired text posts that turned “No Airbag, We die Like Men” into a snowclone in which “airbag” and “die” are replaced. One of the more popular examples was posted by grec1a[2] on November 20th, 2016, that read “No proofreading, we die like men” and amassed over 76,000 notes. A Tumblr account devoted to reposting examples of the snowclone, wedielikemensuggestions,[5] appeared on August 14th, 2016.

    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    Unavailable

    External References

    [1]Tumblr – dreamjerky post

    [2]Tumblr – grec1a post

    [3]Imgur – The Real Manhood

    [4]9GAG – Romanians Die Like Real Men

    [5]Tumblr – "wedielikemensuggestions":!http://i3.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/001/200/849/489.png!


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  • 12/16/16--13:46: Malik Obama
  • About

    Malik Obama is the Kenyan half-brother of the 44th President of the United States Barack Obama, who has served as a consultant in Washington, D.C. During the 2016 United States presidential election, Obama gained much notoriety online for his support of Republican candidate Donald Trump and for frequently tweeting internet meme references via his verified Twitter account.

    History

    During the 2008 presidential race, Malik Obama served as spokesman for the extended Obama family in Kenya while his half-brother Barack ran for president in the United States. In 2013, Obama ran for governor of the Kenyan county Siaya and was defeated by opponent Oburu Oginga.[7]

    2016 United States Presidential Election

    On July 24th, 2016, the New York Post[6] published an interview with Obama, who revealed he planned to vote for Donald Trump in the 2016 United States presidential election. On October 19th, 2016, Fox News broadcast an interview with Obama in which he discussed his disappointment with his brother’s presidency with host Sean Hannity (shown below).



    Online Presence

    In June 2011, Obama launched the @ObamaMalik[1] Twitter feed, gathering more than 113,000 followers within six years. On August 5th, 2016, the crowdfunding site Wesearchr released an interview with Obama, in which he endorses Donald Trump for president while wearing a “Make America Great Again” hat (shown below).



    On October 29th, his account was verified by Twitter.[8] On October 31st, Obama participated in an “ask me anything” (AMA) post on the /r/The_Donald[9] subreddit, which gained over 46,700 votes (63% upvoted) and 2,100 comments within one month. On December 13th, Obama posted a series a tweets saying he was “high on memes” and that “Mountain Dew is for cucks” (shown below).[2]



    In the coming days, the news sites Mediaite[4] and BuzzFeed[5] published articles about Obama’s Twitter presence, referring to him as an alt-right“darling” and “Twitter troll,” claiming he had been influenced by conservative journalist Chuck Johnson (shown below).



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  • 12/17/16--05:08: The Parker Square
  • About

    The Parker Square is an example of a Semi-Magic Square devised by Matt Parker in 2016. This particular Magic square is special in regards to how each number is a perfect square. The square is, however, regarded as only a Semi-Magic square, because the positively sloped diagonal does not in fact add to 3051 as all other sides do. Instead its summation is equivalent to 4107. The Parker Square is significant because it is one of the closest attempts to finding a perfect Magic Square in which all of the numbers are perfect squares.

    Origin

    Matt Parker revealed his “pride and joy” in The Parker Square video on the Numberphile YouTube channel.

    Matt said it was his attempt to win 1000 euros which was the prize tag for the magic square.

    Spread

    The Parker Square caused a lot of Twitter traffic with the #ParkerSquare hashtag.

    Notable images

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  • 12/17/16--18:05: Heavy (Heavy Weapons Guy)
  • Rise

    Once hacks of Source Filmmaker were leaked, there were a lot of meme-related videos made with it. This led to Shrek having a bigger meme image, and it also helped make Heavy a meme. Later, once Valve released Source Filmmaker to the public, the program became huge among Valve fans and PC gamers. Many TF2 videos were made, and many of them included Heavy. Heavy became a meme not just among Valve fans, but people who didn’t even know what TF2 was. An SFM video that clearly shows how Heavy and Shrek were used is Sandyvish, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2Rb_vTJjVo
    Death
    Heavy was a big meme around 2010 and 2011, but Shrek did take his place. Although Heavy did die in the normal meme world pretty quickly, he is still a big meme in the Valve and Steam community.

    (If you are an editor, please make Rise and Death titles. If you do, please delete this. Sorry, I couldn’t because of random technical problems.)


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  • 12/18/16--05:36: Y,just Y.
  • This meme was good when it started, but now it only became old…


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