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  • 12/30/16--16:58: Barnyard
  • This page is a work in progress

    Barnyard is a 2006 CG animated film from Nickelodeon, which was later spun off into a TV series. While initially released to poor reception, the film and series have gained a small cult following and ironic fandom.

    History

    Barnyard was released in theaters on August 4, 2006. Despite negative reviews, the film was a commercial success, grossing $116 million worldwide against a $51 million budget.

    Spin-Off Series

    On September 29, 2007, Back at the Barnyard premiered on Nickelodeon. The series lasted for two seasons, which ran from 2007 to 2011.

    Reception

    The film and series were negatively received upon release. The film has a 22% critic score on Rotten Tomatoes and a 5.6 user rating on IMDb, while the series has a 5.7 rating on the same site.

    Despite initial negative reception, the show has gained somewhat of a cult following and an ironic fandom similar to Shrek and Bee Movie. As of 2016, “Back at the Barnyard” yields 711 results on DeviantArt and over 24,000 results on YouTube

    Related Memes

    Biggie Cheese

    Biggie Cheese (NSFW) is a character featured in the movie. Named after the deceased rapper Biggie Smalls, the character gained much notoriety online after being featured in a series of screenshots depicting an erotic chat conversation.

    Search Interest

    [direct use of the Google Trends embed code is no longer allowed]


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  • 12/30/16--22:32: The Final Pam
  • About

    The Final Pam is a fictional character created by the Polygon Youtube series Monster Factory within the game Fallout 4. In the series she appears as a hideously designed woman who has attained superhuman powers through the use of console commands and terrorizes the wasteland of Fallout 4. Her presence online was well received, and numerous fanarts have been made of her.

    Background

    The Final Pam was created on November 2015 by Griffin and Justin McElroy in the Polygon web series Monster Factory. The series focuses on playing a game with a character editor and then proceeding to abuse the editor as far as possible to create the most disgusting and outlandish person that they can create with it, occasionally using console commands during and after character creation.

    The Final Pam was created on November 12 2015 during the Fallout 4 episode[1]. Presenters joked that hideous abomination of a woman that they created would be the harbinger of the end times and so they named her “The Final Pam”, rejected names including “Indominable Pam”, “Pam the Existence Eater”, “Pam, Who Death Forgot”, and “LOOKOUTITSPAM”.

    The creation took off with the creators, and two more episodes were created detailing the nightmarish adventures of Pam and her ‘family’. Using console commands, The Final Pam reaped devastation and horror wherever she went, from marrying a radroach to summoning ghost children to killing and immediately resurrecting gibbed foes[2]. Eventually The Final Pam’s world mercifully fell apart when the game could no longer handle her presence, but before it was implied that she escaped Fallout 4 and is lurking in different games, ready to usher forth the apocalypse within their respective worlds.[3]

    Spread

    The Final Pam has proven to become a memorable character, and much fanart has been created of her and her ‘family.’ Artwork can be found on Tumblr and other sites.

    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 12/31/16--00:47: Baymax


  • About

    Baymax is the deuteragonist of Big Hero 6. A naive personal healthcare robot, he follows Hiro Hamada around to ensure his safety. Online, the Baymax Fist Bump and the robot’s various catchphrases such as “On a scale of 1 to 10, how would you rate your pain?” and “Are you satisfied with your care” have been parodied and deviated upon by the online community similar to Guardians of the Galaxy’s Groot catchphrase, I am Groot.

    Origin

    Baymax was created by the brilliant Tadashi Hamada as a healthcare-providing robot nurse/doctor for the citizens of San Fransokyo and his brother, Hiro Hamada. Tadashi’s goal in creating Baymax was to help improve healthcare around the world, basically wanting nothing more than to use his creation and genius for the betterment of humanity. To provide him with his programming and overall personality, Baymax was given a special chip with Tadashi’s inscriptions. The chip makes him the lovable robot he truly is, for without it, he can be conceived as an entirely different being. As programming would have, Baymax is instantly summoned by the sound of distress, and can only deactivate once his current patient states “I am satisfied with my care.”

    Spread

    W.I.P.

    Related Memes

    Fist Bump



    Fist Bump is a memes of the character Baymax fist bumping people of and saying “Ba-la-la-la-la-la-la!”.

    Various Examples

    Search Interest


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  • 12/31/16--01:18: DuckTales
  • About

    DuckTales is an American animated television series produced by Walt Disney Television Animation. It premiered on September 18, 1987 and ended on November 28, 1990 with a total of four seasons and 100 episodes.[ An animated theatrical spin-off film based on the series, DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp, was released widely in the United States on August 3, 1990. The voice cast from the series reprised their roles for the film.

    History

    The show was based on Uncle Scrooge and other Duck universe comic books, created by Carl Barks.

    Reception

    In January 2009, IGN listed DuckTales as the 18th best show in the Top 100 Best Animated TV Shows. In 2013, WatchMojo.com ranked DuckTales as the #1 animated Disney series.

    Online Relevance

    W.I.P.

    Fandom

    W.I.P

    2017 Reboot

    W.I.P.

    Related Memes

    DuckTales Moon Theme Remixes

    DuckTales Moon Theme Remixes, also known as “X on the Moon”, refer to a series of instrumental covers and YouTube Poop Music Videos (YTPMVs) that sample the 8-bit “Moon Theme” audio track from the 1989 Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) game DuckTales.

    DuckTales Theme

    The DuckTales Theme is the title song originally featured in the opening sequence of Disney‘s animated TV series DuckTales. Along with the Moon Theme from the 1989 Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) video game of the same title, the DuckTales main theme has inspired dozens of remixes and genre-crossing covers due to its iconic status as one of the most memorable tunes for children’s TV programs.

    Scrooge McDuck Money Pool Parodies

    The Money Pool is a joke for the show that made a bunch of parodies and references featuring Scrooge McDuck jumping into it in the theme song.

    Search Interest


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  • 12/31/16--16:06: Gerald the Sea Lion
  • Gerald is a character from Finding Dory. He is often bullied by Fluke and Rudder, two other characters of the movie.
    W.I.P


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  • 12/31/16--17:13: BaldarMatt
  • About

    BaldarMatt is a photoshopped image of wikia user RadarMatt being bald.

    Origin

    On December 17th, 2016, a Trollpasta Wiki user by the name of RadarMatt deleted an unflattering photo of himself on Facebook. However, other Trollpasta users, knowing that he would delete it, had the image saved.

    Spread

    The users spread the image on the Trollpasta Discord chat and the whole community decided to make various edits it, one of the edits was of Matt being bald, which spread to dozens of other Discord servers, making it a bizarre in-joke between users.

    On December 19th, the image was posted to /b/, which resulted in Anons making photoshopped images. Examples:

    On December 24th, Matt found out about the edits of his face and how it had become an inside joke. He instantly unfriended and blocked everyone from Trollpasta, saying “If you’re from trollpasta then there’s a large chance I’m going to delete/block you.” which was very hypocritical to everyone because days before he had said only SJWs block people. This fueled people to make more memes about him.


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    Editor’s Note: This entry contains images and videos of disturbing nature; viewer discretion advised.


    Overview

    Andrey Karlov was a Russian diplomat who served as the ambassador to North Korea and Turkey on behalf of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In late December 2016, Karlov was assassinated while giving a speech at an art gallery in Ankara, Turkey by off-duty Turkish policeman Mevlüt Mert Altıntaş in protest of Russian involvement in the Syrian Civil War. Following the shooting, various photos and videos of the incident were widely circulated online, spawning numerous photoshops of a picture of Altıntaş standing over Karlov’s body.

    Background

    On December 19th, 2016, Karlov was delivering a speech at an art exhibition in Ankara, Turkey when he was ambushed and shot in the back by an armed assailant, later identified as off-duty Turkish police officer Mevlüt Mert Altıntaş, who proceeded to stand over Karlov’s body while holding a gun and shouted “Allahu Akbar” and “Don’t forget Aleppo, don’t forget Syria!” Following a 15-minute shootout, Altıntaş was killed by Turkish security forces. Karlov was then rushed to a hospital, but died from his injuries. That same day, a video of the incident was uploaded to LiveLeak (shown below).



    Developments

    That day, Russian president Vladimir Putin stated that the assassination was “an attempt to spoil relations between Russia and Turkey”, and the only response is to “step up the fight against terrorism”.[3]

    Photographs

    Also on December 19th, the Associated Press[6] published several photographs of Altıntaş standing over Karlov’s body taken by photographer Burhan Ozbilici (shown below). That day, Ozbilici’s photo of Altıntaş pointing his finger in the air reached the front page of the /r/NewsPorn[7] subreddit.



    Meanwhile, a thread about the shooting was submitted to 4chan’s /pol/ (politically incorrect) board, where many users posted photoshopped variations of Ozbilici’s photo (shown below).[5] The following day, another photoshop thread was launched on /pol/.[4]



    Also on December 20th, another photograph of the incident was submitted to the /r/AccidentalRenaissance[8] subreddit, where it received over 21,000 votes (80% upvoted) and 900 comments with 24 hours (shown below).



    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 12/31/16--22:18: Michael P
  • About:

    Michael P is a Roblox YouTuber most famous for his poor microphone quality in every single one of his videos, and his extremely loud screams he makes whenever something bad happens in his videos.

    Origin:

    On Feburary 2nd, 2016, user Michael P uploaded a video titled “roblox inappropriate place!!!!!!!!!.avi” where he plays a game called “Roblox Strip Club.” In it, he finds inappropriate language and naked people everywhere, and starts screaming at every single bad thing in the video.

    Spread

    On April 14th, 2016, Michael P uploaded another video titled “roblox inaproprite plase 2!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.wmv” where he attempts to play a obstacle course in Roblox. The video is infamous for him falling off the obby numerous times and screaming very loudly. Online people took the source of the video and used it in multiple compilation videos.

    The famous scream is at 2:42

    Various Examples

    On October 7th, 2016, user MrConnorater10 uploaded a video titled “Every Michael P scream”, where he made a compilation of every scream in Michael P’s videos up to that point in time. It has over 184,000 views and 5,000 likes as of December 31st, 2016.

    On October 10th, user SolidShibe uploaded “Channel Review: Michael P”, where he reviews and leaves positive remarks on Michael P’s videos. The video has received over 38,000 views and 1,800 likes as of December 31st, 2016.

    On September 10th, 2016, YouTuber Araniblork uploaded a video titled “Roblox Screaming Kid”, where he uploaded the iconic scream from Michael P’s inappropriate place series.. The video has received 175,000 views and 3,700 likes as of December 31, 2016.

    Google Search Trends

    External Refrences


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  • 01/01/17--02:32: Sing
  • About

    Sing is a 2016 American 3D computer-animated musical comedy film produced by Illumination Entertainment. It was directed and written by Garth Jennings and co-directed by Christophe Lourdelet. The film stars the voices of Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Seth MacFarlane, Tori Kelly, John C. Reilly, Taron Egerton and Scarlett Johansson and follows animals that enter a singing competition, hosted by a koala bear hoping to save his theater.

    History

    In January 2014, it was announced that Garth Jennings would write and direct an animated comedy film for Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment, about “courage, competition and carrying a tune,”which was originally titled Lunch, and then retitled as Sing.

    Reception

    As of December 30, 2016, Sing has grossed $140.4 million in the United States and Canada and $54.4 million in other territories for a worldwide total of $194.7 million, against a production budget of $75 million.

    Related Memes

    Piggy Power

    Piggy Power is a Google user made by the creators of the movie that also a popular quoted said by Gunter.

    Search Interest


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  • 01/01/17--02:56: BoypussyMatt
  • About

    BaldarMatt is a photoshopped image of wikia user RadarMatt being bald.

    Origin

    On December 17th, 2016, a Trollpasta Wiki user by the name of RadarMatt deleted an unflattering photo of himself on Facebook. However, other Trollpasta users, knowing that he would delete it, had the image saved.

    Spread

    The users spread the image on the Trollpasta Discord chat and the whole community decided to make various edits it, one of the edits was of Matt being bald, which spread to dozens of other Discord servers, making it a bizarre in-joke between users.

    On December 19th, the image was posted to /b/, which resulted in Anons making photoshopped images. Examples:

    On December 24th, Matt found out about the edits of his face and how it had become an inside joke. He instantly unfriended and blocked everyone from Trollpasta, saying “If you’re from trollpasta then there’s a large chance I’m going to delete/block you.” which was very hypocritical to everyone because days before he had said only SJWs block people, and fueled people to make more memes about him.


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    About

    YouTube “Storytime” Clickbait Parodies refers to a series of jokes and photoshops made to mock YouTube celebrities who make “StoryTime” videos, which feature YouTubers telling a dramatic story about their lives to the camera. In the jokes, posters make it appear as though the YouTubers embellish the stories about their lives in order to make content with dramatic clickbait titles.

    Precursor

    The style of the photoshop jokes is similar to Top 10 Anime List Parodies, in which photoshops made to looks like screenshots of YouTube videos pair still images with outlandish titles.



    Origin

    A typical “Storytime” video will feature a YouTuber telling a story about a dramatic experience in their life, such as “MURDERER AT SCHOOL | STORYTIME” (shown below), or “MY HAUNTEDHOUSESTORYTIME | PARANORMALACTIVITYCAUGHT ON CAMERA + EVP.”[1]



    Videos like these have been the target of mockery due to their dramatic nature and people doubting the veracity of the titles. One of the earliest known examples of a joke at “StoryTime” videos’ expense came on October 8th, 2016, by Twitter user @drewistru,[2] whose tweet has gained over 800 retweets and 1,700 likes as of December 20th (shown below).



    Spread

    Two months after @drewistru’s tweet, the joke format began to spread in the middle of December, as more people began taking screengrabs of StoryTime videos and adding their own captions. The spread of the jokes on Twitter led to articles from Smosh,[3] SelectAll,[4] and Buzzfeed.[5]

    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    [Unavailable]

    External References


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  • 01/01/17--17:53: John Lemon
  • About
    John Lemon is a meme that started on Reddit, in an attempt to start 2017’s first meme.
    Origin
    John Lemon was a mascot for Italian supermarket chain Esselunga, named after John Lennon of The Beatles.
    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ovqZ7CD8g7g

    Spread
    A post on Reddit r/dankmemes subreddit titled “NEWYEARNEWMEME” was posted by u/EternallySexual
    featured an image of John Lemon.
    https://www.reddit.com/r/dankmemes/comments/5ldnve/new_year_new_meme/
    The post got 704 upvotes and 45 comments in 20 hours.
    A post by u/Corsacain titled “new year’s resolution: learn how2title” featured John Lemon and got 1207 upvotes and 22 comments in 12 hours.
    Another post by u/Corsacain titled “fresh year, fresh meme featured John Lemon.
    https://www.reddit.com/r/dankmemes/comments/5lfjos/fresh_year_fresh_meme/
    The post got 756 upvotes and 9 comments in 10 hours.
    More examples can be found below.
    https://www.reddit.com/r/dankmemes/comments/5lfmaq/tfw_they_say_just_uploading_a_lemon_with/
    https://www.reddit.com/r/dankmemes/comments/5lg6dn/first_meme_of_2017_but_better/
    https://www.reddit.com/r/dankmemes/comments/5lhbx3/i_too_have_sinned/
    https://www.reddit.com/r/dankmemes/comments/5lgnlk/2016_memes_are_so_last_year_fam/
    https://www.reddit.com/r/dankmemes/comments/5lgn82/the_first_meme_of_2017/
    https://www.reddit.com/r/dankmemes/comments/5le6c1/new_year_new_meemee/
    I am new to the site, and this is my first submission. It would be greatly appreciated if an expierenced user helped out and improved the page.
    ”google-trends-embed" data-geo=“US” data-time=“now 7-d” data-queries=“["John Lemon"]”>


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    About

    YouTube “Storytime” Clickbait Parodies refers to a series of jokes and photoshops made to mock YouTube celebrities who make “StoryTime” videos, which feature YouTubers telling a dramatic story about their lives to the camera. In the jokes, posters make it appear as though the YouTubers embellish the stories about their lives in order to make content with dramatic clickbait titles.

    Precursor

    The style of the photoshop jokes is similar to Top 10 Anime List Parodies, in which photoshops made to looks like screenshots of YouTube videos pair still images with outlandish titles.



    Origin

    A typical “Storytime” video will feature a YouTuber telling a story about a dramatic experience in their life, such as “MURDERER AT SCHOOL | STORYTIME” (shown below), or “MY HAUNTEDHOUSESTORYTIME | PARANORMALACTIVITYCAUGHT ON CAMERA + EVP.”[1]



    Videos like these have been the target of mockery due to their dramatic nature and people doubting the veracity of the titles. One of the earliest known examples of a joke at “StoryTime” videos’ expense came on October 8th, 2016, by Twitter user @drewistru,[2] whose tweet has gained over 800 retweets and 1,700 likes as of December 20th (shown below).



    Spread

    Two months after @drewistru’s tweet, the joke format began to spread in the middle of December, as more people began taking screengrabs of StoryTime videos and adding their own captions. The spread of the jokes on Twitter led to articles from Smosh,[3] SelectAll,[4] and Buzzfeed.[5]

    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    [Unavailable]

    External References


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  • 01/02/17--00:28: Run for the Cube
  • About

    BaldarMatt is a photoshopped image of wikia user RadarMatt being bald.

    Origin

    On December 17th, 2016, a Trollpasta Wiki user by the name of RadarMatt deleted an unflattering photo of himself on Facebook. However, other Trollpasta users, knowing that he would delete it, had the image saved.

    Spread

    The users spread the image on the Trollpasta Discord chat and the whole community decided to make various edits it, one of the edits was of Matt being bald, which spread to dozens of other Discord servers, making it a bizarre in-joke between users.

    On December 19th, the image was posted to /b/, which resulted in Anons making photoshopped images. Examples:

    On December 24th, Matt found out about the edits of his face and how it had become an inside joke. He instantly unfriended and blocked everyone from Trollpasta, saying “If you’re from trollpasta then there’s a large chance I’m going to delete/block you.” which was very hypocritical to everyone because days before he had said only SJWs block people, and fueled people to make more memes about him.


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    About

    YouTube “Storytime” Clickbait Parodies refers to a series of jokes and photoshops made to mock YouTube celebrities who make “StoryTime” videos, which feature YouTubers telling a dramatic story about their lives to the camera. In the jokes, posters make it appear as though the YouTubers embellish the stories about their lives in order to make content with dramatic clickbait titles.

    Precursor

    The style of the photoshop jokes is similar to Top 10 Anime List Parodies, in which photoshops made to looks like screenshots of YouTube videos pair still images with outlandish titles.



    Origin

    A typical “Storytime” video will feature a YouTuber telling a story about a dramatic experience in their life, such as “MURDERER AT SCHOOL | STORYTIME” (shown below), or “MY HAUNTEDHOUSESTORYTIME | PARANORMALACTIVITYCAUGHT ON CAMERA + EVP.”[1]



    Videos like these have been the target of mockery due to their dramatic nature and people doubting the veracity of the titles. One of the earliest known examples of a joke at “StoryTime” videos’ expense came on October 8th, 2016, by Twitter user @drewistru,[2] whose tweet has gained over 800 retweets and 1,700 likes as of December 20th (shown below).



    Spread

    Two months after @drewistru’s tweet, the joke format began to spread in the middle of December, as more people began taking screengrabs of StoryTime videos and adding their own captions. The spread of the jokes on Twitter led to articles from Smosh,[3] SelectAll,[4] and Buzzfeed.[5]

    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    [Unavailable]

    External References


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    About

    Pls Rember That Wen U Feel Scare/Wen Day Is Dark Alway Rember Happy Day is a copypasta accompanied with a picture of Yuuka Kazami from the bullet-hell shooter Touhou in a style of Gyate Gyate. The context of the message is to comfort the reader in hardship.

    Origin

    The copypasta was posted in 4chan’s /jp/[1] (Otaku Culture) board on August 7, 2015 to share his good will to others.

    Spread

    On October 28, 2016 ProjectSNT posted on youtube[2] and tumblr[3] her voice over reading of the copypasta, as of now both received over 83,000 views and 28,000 notes respectively.

    A motivational wallpaper designed by Not a Hazard posted on tumblr[4] on Nov. 12, 2016.

    Notable Examples

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]4Chan – Warosu

    [2]Youtube – ProjectSNT

    [3]Tumblr – ProjectSNT

    [4]Tumblr – Not a Hazard


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  • 01/02/17--05:14: FaggotMatt
  • About

    BaldarMatt is a photoshopped image of wikia user RadarMatt being bald.

    Origin

    On December 17th, 2016, a Trollpasta Wiki user by the name of RadarMatt deleted an unflattering photo of himself on Facebook. However, other Trollpasta users, knowing that he would delete it, had the image saved.

    Spread

    The users spread the image on the Trollpasta Discord chat and the whole community decided to make various edits it, one of the edits was of Matt being bald, which spread to dozens of other Discord servers, making it a bizarre in-joke between users.

    On December 19th, the image was posted to /b/, which resulted in Anons making photoshopped images. Examples:

    On December 24th, Matt found out about the edits of his face and how it had become an inside joke. He instantly unfriended and blocked everyone from Trollpasta, saying “If you’re from trollpasta then there’s a large chance I’m going to delete/block you.” which was very hypocritical to everyone because days before he had said only SJWs block people, and fueled people to make more memes about him.


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    About

    YouTube “Storytime” Clickbait Parodies refers to a series of jokes and photoshops made to mock YouTube celebrities who make “StoryTime” videos, which feature YouTubers telling a dramatic story about their lives to the camera. In the jokes, posters make it appear as though the YouTubers embellish the stories about their lives in order to make content with dramatic clickbait titles.

    Precursor

    The style of the photoshop jokes is similar to Top 10 Anime List Parodies, in which photoshops made to looks like screenshots of YouTube videos pair still images with outlandish titles.



    Origin

    A typical “Storytime” video will feature a YouTuber telling a story about a dramatic experience in their life, such as “MURDERER AT SCHOOL | STORYTIME” (shown below), or “MY HAUNTEDHOUSESTORYTIME | PARANORMALACTIVITYCAUGHT ON CAMERA + EVP.”[1]



    Videos like these have been the target of mockery due to their dramatic nature and people doubting the veracity of the titles. One of the earliest known examples of a joke at “StoryTime” videos’ expense came on October 8th, 2016, by Twitter user @drewistru,[2] whose tweet has gained over 800 retweets and 1,700 likes as of December 20th (shown below).



    Spread

    Two months after @drewistru’s tweet, the joke format began to spread in the middle of December, as more people began taking screengrabs of StoryTime videos and adding their own captions. The spread of the jokes on Twitter led to articles from Smosh,[3] SelectAll,[4] and Buzzfeed.[5]

    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    [Unavailable]

    External References


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    About

    Can You Please Tag or Block Princessmugi-for-peace? is a false message that claims a variety of problematic claims toward the URL or person mentioned in the message. Originally, it was sent to various Tumblr blogs to block specifically Princessmugi-for-peace, claiming they were a list of problematic claims. Ever since it has surfaced, it has been copied and pasted around in various ways and versions.

    Origin

    The copypasta was first seen on illogical-bullshit’s blog on the 31st of Decemeber 2016 to which it claimed:

    Anonymous: Anyway can you please tag princessmugi-for-peace and it’s drama? I hate seeing a fatshaming manipulative piece of shit trying to pass as a human get this much attention or anything. I just hope she goes away.

    illogical-bullshit: How is she fatshaming?? Explain??
    Also no

    This was due to drama between the said user and another user who went under various URLs lying to people, as well as the user, nicknamed Mugi, defending an accused pedophilic ship. The user themselves explains it in an ask they received:

    thatguywiththemariohat: I’m sorry if I’m being too nosy or if I’m doing something wrong, but… what has happened in order for you to get so many anons saying that you’re a bad person?

    princessmugi-for-peace: 1. I called a girl out after a long history of attention whoring and constantly lying to her friends and got a bunch of crap and now people have twisted my words to say I fatshamed her.
    2. I’m genderfluid with dysphoria and people can’t seem to accept that or move on and ignore it. It’s like it’ll ruin their fucking day there’s a genderfluid person in the world with dysphoria.
    3. I reblogged a Sheith post that was defending the ship and denouncing antis and now people think I fully 100% defend MAPs, when I, a CAS survivor, know my limits with MAP defending and what’s right and wrong.
    4. People just like to shit on people with different opinions.
    5. Also I get called sand nigger a lot for being Arab but I don’t give it the time of day, it’s stupid.

    Spread

    The original message was seen seriously in many variations as a threat at first on blogs such as friendly-neighborhood-patriarch, lethal-cuddles and enecoo. Overtime, the receivers of the ask took it less and less seriously.
    It was until the ask was sent to overwatchagainstbullshit, on the 1st of January 2017, which turned it into a fullblown copypasta on Tumblr, and is the variation most editted and pasted.

    Anonymous: Hi, can I ask you to block, tag or call out princessmugi-for-peace? It is a fatshaming, MAP defending special snowflake and honestly should delete because it’s toxic as fuck. You guys are super cool and I’m sure mod Hanzo wouldn’t mind. Thank you

    overwatchagainstbullshit:
    CALLOUTFORPRINCESSMUGI-FOR-PEACE
    too cute. too good. too pure. ♡♡♡

    - Mod Hanzo

    Notable Variations




    Hi, can I ask you to block, tag or call out mod meatball? It is a fatshaming, MAP defending special snowflake and honestly should delete because it’s toxic as fuck. You guys are super cool and I’m sure mod jewel wouldn’t mind. Thank you


    Hey man can you not reblog stuff from PMFP they are too sweet and their kindness makes me feel all emotional and stuff. Plus they are beautiful. Oh also they totally are an amazing friend who does so much and asks for nothing in return. Totally don’t reblog from them unless you want good content on your dash.


    Hi, can I ask you to block, tag or call out princessmugi-for-piece? It is a heterophobic, onionkin, alt-righter and honestly should delete because it’s toxic as fuck. You guys are super cool and I’m sure Mod Shadow wouldn’t mind. Merci.



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  • 12/28/16--09:51: Let It Grow
  • About

    Let It Grow is a song from the 2012 Illumination Entertainment film The Lorax based on the Dr. Seuss book of the same name. The song grew into a popular vehicle for Word Replacement Remixes on YouTube in late 2016.

    Origin

    In The Lorax, the main character Ted lives in Thneedville, a walled city in which everything is artificial. “Let It Grow” appears at the climax of The Lorax, when the townsfolk are convinced to allow Ted to plant a seed after years of a tree-less existence (shown below).



    On December 27th, 2016, YouTuber MrMANGOHEAD,[1] already popular from his work with We Are Number One remixes, posted a mix of “Let It Grow” titled “Let It Grow (The Lorax) but every grow increases the bass by 4db and changes the colour.” The video, shown below, has gained over 306,000 views as of January 2nd, 2017.



    Spread

    MrMANGOHEAD posted three more remixes in the coming week. His most popular at over 704,000 views is titled “Let it Grow but every grow is replaced with Die let it die each time more earrape and distorted” (shown below).



    MrMANGOHEAD’s popularization of the track inspired other creators to do Word Replacement Remixes with the song, often changing the video on the word “Grow.” Commenters also particularly enjoy when the the O’Hare Delivery Man character says “You greedy dirtbag!” to the villain, Aloysius O’Hare. On December 30th, 2016, Redditor Drac-Henry posted a thread to /r/OutofTheLoop[2] asking about the origin of the remixes.

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