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  • 01/12/17--12:31: San Escobar
  • About

    San Escobar is a fictional country joked about after Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs Witold Waszczykowski accidentally claimed that for the first time in the history of Polish diplomacy, Poland had meetings with Caribbean countries such as “Belize and San Escobar.”

    Origin

    On January 10th, 2017, Waszczykowski told reporters that, in a bid for a Polish seat on the UN Security Council, he had spoken with Caribbean nations such as “Belize and San Escobar.”[1] A spokeswoman called the mistake a slip of the tongue, and that Waszczykowski meant San Cristóbal y Nieves.

    Spread

    Quickly after the news spread, jokes began circulating on social media. A Twitter[2] account with over 4,100 followers and Facebook[3] account with over 72,000 likes for the fake country launched the same day. The Twitter account created the flag for the fake country a star in red with blue, white, and green stripes (shown below).

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – San Escobar

    [2]Twitter – @rpdsanescobar

    [3]Facebook – San Escobar


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  • 01/12/17--14:24: Diddley4209
  • Diddley4209 is an MLG M8 that is a master of quick scoping. He was born on November 5, 2015. He joined the internet on November 6, 2015. Proof of his age is found in his voice and/or mannerisms.

    Despite popular belief, Diddley is a Minecraft youtuber. He does some MLGPVP montages frequently.


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  • 01/03/17--12:12: Jersey Shore as Movies
  • About

    Jersey Shore as Movies refers to a series of jokes made on Twitter in which screenshots from the television show Jersey Shore are paired with movie titles, making it appear as thought he Jersey Shore screenshot is from the film it’s paired with.

    Origin

    On December 17th, 2016, Twitter user @jbiebstampon[5] posted a screenshot of a letter Snooki was writing to fellow cast member Sammi Sweetheart and captioned it “Letter from Birmingham Jail, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (1963)” (shown below). The tweet gained 341 retweets and 524 likes.



    On December 20th, they began pairing movie titles with Jersey Shore screenshots, starting with The Notebook.[6]

    Spread

    Several other variations followed in the coming week, reaching widespread appeal on December 31st, 2016, when Twitter user @sinamonnroll[1] posted a tweet that read “Jersey shore as movies (a thread).” He then followed it with dozens of posts of screenshots of Jersey Shore paired with movie titles (ex: shown below). His original tweet gained over 5,000 retweets and 6,500 likes as of January 3rd, 2017.



    @sinamonnroll’s tweets were very popular, with many gaining thousands of retweets and likes. spizalert[3] of /r/memeeconomy suggested investing in the memes that day. @sinamonnroll’s tweets also inspired several other posters to make their own variations with popular films. One of the most popular shows the men of Jersey Shore walking in black tank tops, captioned “Reservoir Dogs (1992)” (shown below).



    New York Magazine’s SelectAll[4] covered the spread of the jokes on January 3rd. @sinnamonroll’s tweets were also compiled by Twitter Moments[2] on January 3rd.

    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    Unavailable

    External References


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  • 01/13/17--10:29: Uvuvwevwevwe
  • About

    Uvuvwevwevwe is the first name of a man identifying himself as Uvuvwevwevwe Onyetenyevwe Ugwemuhwem Osas in an African sketch comedy video.

    Origin

    On December 1st, 2016, YouTuber Robbero uploaded a sketch comedy video titled “Uvuvwevwevwe Onyetenyevwe Ugwemuhwem Osas,” in which a man identifies himself as “Uvuvwevwevwe Onyetenyevwe Ugwemuhwem Osas” while being interviewed on camera (shown below).



    “Uvuvwevwevwe Onyetenyevwe Ugwemuhwem Osas.”

    Spread

    On December 7th, 2016, YouTuber JTOnline uploaded a montage of remixes featuring the “Uvuvwevwevwe” audio clip (shown below).



    The following day, Urban Dictionary[1] user ordinaryguyfromindonesia submitted an entry for “uvuvwevwevwe,” defining it as “a viral African guy who has a remarkable name” (shown below).



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Urban Dictionary – uvuvwevwevwe

    [2]

    [3]


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    Overview

    Amber Sherlock’s Temper Tantrum refers to an incident in which Australia’s 9 News anchor Amber Sherlock berated fellow newsreader Julie Snook after noticing that she and guest psychologist Sandy Rea were all wearing the same white color.

    Background

    On January 11th, 2017, the Entertainment View YouTube channel uploaded footage of Sherlock ordering Snook to wear a jacket since all three women on camera would be dressed in the same white color (shown below). Within 48 hours, the video gained over 580,000 views and 1,700 comments.



    Developments

    Online Reaction

    The following day, posts about the tantrum video reached the front page of the /r/nottheonion[2] and /r/videos[3] subreddits. Meanwhile, YouTuber Nationalnews. Qld uploaded a montage of the Channel 7 Sunrise news team mocking the incident (shown below).



    Meanwhile, Twitter users began posting photoshops and tweets mocking the video along with the hashtag #ambersherlock (shown below).



    News Media Coverage

    On January 12th, The Daily Mail[1] published an article about the online reaction to the tantrum footage.

    Search Interest

    Not available.

    External References


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  • 01/13/17--12:55: FrogTron
  • FrogTron is the name of the crack pairing of Jonathan “JonTron” Jafari, and Tsuyu “Froppy” Asui.

    FrogTron originated on 4chan’s /b/ board in a Hunger Games Thread on August 22nd, 2016[1=http://4archive.org/board/b/thread/700602155] The following day, a new thread was created with the intent on making FrogTron a meme, leading to a raid on the My Hero Academia Wiki, and the page for Tsuyu Asui to be vandalized.

    On August 31st, 2016, FrogTron made it’s way to tumblr in the form of an official blog. The goal of the blog was to try to give move exposure to the pairing. The blog posted art made by users of 4chan, and things relating to both JonTron and Tsuyu Asui. (As of January 13th this blog has only 70 followers)

    Thirteen days later, on September 13th, 2016 FrogTron became a running joke on the blog kibou-dere. FrogTron started to gain traction on tumblr, before moving it’s way to the /v/ board in November of 2016.

    Thanks to a few successful threads on November 16th, FrogTron gained more fan art, a fanfiction, and even songs.

    A few hours after the threads were posted, still November 16th, 2016, tumblr and /v/ board user magic-resistance-guy posted a compilation of different art created by users of 4chan and tumblr, where it amassed 2,000+ notes.

    As the pairing gains more success on tumblr thanks to the official blog continuing to post ( now expanding out to images of the two in video games such as Sims 3, Super Smash Bros. 4, and Tomodachi Life), the internet celebrity involved in the pairing has yet to take notice of it.


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  • 01/13/17--17:18: Chris Jericho
  • Work in progress, you stupid idiot!

    About

    Chris Jericho (real name Christopher Keith Irvine) is a Canadian professional wrestler, musician, and media personality signed since 1999 to World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. Among wrestling fans, Jericho is known for his over-the-top, rockstar-like personality and his multiple WWE Championship runs. Outside of wrestling, Jericho is known as the lead vocalist for heavy metal group Fozzy a successful author, and for his podcast Talk is Jericho.

    History

    Wrestling Career

    Jericho first began wrestling in 1990, training under Ed Langley and local Calgary wrestler Brad Young. Alongside fellow wrestler Lance Storm, Jericho would first wrestle around local Calgary promotions, such as Canadian Rocky Mountain Wrestling. From 1991–1995, Jericho would then travel outside Canada and wrestle in various foreign promotions such as Mexican promotion Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) and Japanese promotion Wrestle Association R[1]. In 1995, Jericho started wrestling in Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW). From 1996-1998, Jericho wrestled in World Championship Wrestling (WCW) as a cruiserweight. In 1999, Jericho signed with the World Wrestling Federation (WWF), making his debut on RAW in August 29.



    Since then, Jericho has had multiple runs in the WWE as a nine-time Intercontinental Champion, a three-time World Heavyweight Champion, and the first-ever WWE Undisputed Champion[3]. As of January 9, 2017, Jericho is the current United States Champion, defeating Roman Reigns for the title.

    Music Career

    Jericho began his music career in 1999, forming the heavy metal band Fozzy[2] alongside guitarist Rich Ward. Fozzy has released six studio albums, with a seventh coming along the way.

    Online History

    WIP

    Related Memes and Catchphrases

    List of 1,004 Holds

    On the March 30, 1998 edition of WCW Monday Nitro, Jericho challenged Dean Malenko in an in-ring promo; Malenko claimed to be “The Man of 1,000 Holds”, so Jericho challenged that claim and proceeded to read a long list of 1,004 different wrestling holds. Jericho would continue to go through his list even past commercial breaks, until he was finally interrupted by another wrestler. The promo has since been the subject of parody, with wrestling fans often repeating the hold “armbar.” Jericho himself has parodied his promo, doing a variation where he names all the wrestlers he’s beaten.



    JeriTroll

    JeriTroll refers to an image macro series featuring Jericho and overlaid text depicting acts of trolling.



    Stupid Idiot

    WIP

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – Chris Jericho

    [2]Official Fozzy Website – Band Bio

    [3]WWE.com – Chris Jericho Bio


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    About

    “I am One with the Force and the Force is with me” is Mantra chanted by Chirrut Îmwe.

    “I am one with the Force and The Force is with me” is a simple summoning of the Force. It’s how Chirrut gets into the right headspace and aligns himself with the thing he is about to summon for strength and guidance.

    Basically “I am one with the Force and The Force is with me.” is simply a phrase meant to really sink the speaker into the right headspace. It’s a meditative, deep, and real kind of place that brings the speaker out of their body and into a kind of expansive, omnipotent state, just as the Force is on a daily basis.

    Origin

    In the movie “Star Wars Rogue One”, the phrase “I am one with the force and the force is with me” was chanted by Chirrut Îmwe to guide himself.




    Spread


    The quote has had some spread in use as a meme. On December 20th, 2016, 9gag user posted a photograph of a simpsons version of Chirrut writing the chant “I am one with the force and the force is with me” multiple times. (shown below).





    On December 27th, 2016, Sizzle User Pawel posted a picture of Han Solo reprimanding Chirrut for wrongly quoting “May the force be with you” line (shown below).





    On December 30th, an ifunnyco user posted a picture of Chirrut saying the chant before nutting (shown below).






    Various Examples





    Search Interest


    External References


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  • 01/13/17--18:56: Owl Turd Comix
  • About

    Owl Turd Comix is a webcomic created by Shenanigansen

    Origin

    W.I.P

    Spead

    W.I.P

    Missed The Point

    Missed The Point is a series of exploitable 4-panel comics featuring a character wearing a heart sweater convincing a protester to identify what he likes.


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  • 01/13/17--19:47: *Cracks Finger*
  • About

    “*Cracks Finger*” is a gestural Tic shown by Ken Kaneki, Naki, and Yamori. It`s a habit started by Yamori`s torturer, then imitated by Yamori, Naki, and Kaneki.

    Origin

    In the anime “Tokyo Ghoul”, Yamori cracks his finger every time he tortures Ken Kaneki. This teaches him to crack his own fingers after his escape.(Shown Below)





    Spread

    This gesture has had some spread in use as a meme. On March, 12 2015, Imgur user posted a comic of a female cartoon character cracking her finger after watching Tokyo Ghoul. (shown below).



    On October 15th, 2015, Twitter user @SoleneMcQueen posted a picture of her cracking her finger (shown below).



    On May 3rd, 2015, Youtube User Pun Prince Akiri posted a youtube video of him cracking his finger before eating (shown below).




    Various Examples







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  • 01/13/17--22:55: Next Time on DragonBall Z
  • About

    “Next Time on DBZ” is a catch phrase said by the narrrator at the end of an episode of a show, usually on a Cliffhanger ending. .

    Origin

    In the anime “DBZ”, narrator poses a few questions and promises alert viewers that the answers will be revealed in the next exciting episode. Shown Below)




    Spread

    This Catchphrase has had some spread in use as a meme. On 2007, The narrator from Dragonball Z, Kyle Hebert, reads a quick joke, spoofing the amount of filler in the average DBZ episode. (shown below).




    In the Abridged Series, this is parodied:
    Narrator: A new evil has revealed its face. Who are these mysterious enemies? And do Gohan and Krillin stand a chance? The answers to these questions will be be revealed… right now: Zarbon, Dadoria, Freeza and Oh. My. No!
    Krillin: Wait, wha- [end tune].




    On May 3rd, 2015, Youtube User Pun Prince Akiri posted a youtube video of him cracking his finger before eating (shown below).




    Various Examples









    Search Interest


    External References


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  • 01/14/17--00:28: LA Chargers Logo Fiasco
  • About

    The LA Chargers Logo Fiasco is the internet outcry and ridicule of the Los Angeles Chargers NFL franchise and their attempt to find a new logo for the team. After the team announced their move from San Diego and debuted their new logo on Twitter, it has been mocked online by fans, celebrities, and even the official accounts of other sports franchises.

    History

    The Los Angeles Chargers were created as a franchise in the now-defunct American Football League in 1960. After only one year in LA, the Chargers moved to San Diego where they would remain for more than 40 years. However, in 2016 the efforts of the NFL to put a team back in Los Angeles were heightened, and eventually both the St. Louis Rams (who were previously the Los Angeles Rams) and the San Diego Chargers both moved back to LA. The Rams played the 2016 season in LA, while the Chargers will start the next season. On January 12th, 2017, the day the team’s move to Los Angeles was announced, the LA Chargers debuted a new logo by setting it as the profile picture of the team’s official Twitter account.



    Fans on the internet immediately noticed the similarities between it and the logos of the Los Angeles Dodgers baseball team and the Tampa Bay Lightning hockey team, ridiculing it a cheap knock-off or a combination of both. The official twitter account of the Lightning took notice and also decided to crack a joke about this resemblance, to which the Dodgers humorously responded.




    Other sports franchises also began to joke about changing their logos in similar ways, such as the Dallas Stars hockey team posting a fake logo that was a recolor of the logo used by the Dallas Cowboys football team.




    The next day, the Chargers updated their Twitter profile picture with a new version of the logo (below left), changing the color scheme to the powder blue and yellow combination that the franchise was most known for. While it was a bit more accepted, they were still mocked for so quickly backpedaling on the first logo design. Despite the backlash, the Chargers then changed their logo yet again (below right), this time abandoning their previous design entirely.



    In addition to ridicule from the media and other sports teams, fans on the internet began to post their own edited versions of the Chargers logo to mock them as well.




    Spread

    The mocking of the Chargers’ poor effort in making a logo originated on Twitter, but as more talked about it, the fiasco was mentioned by several local and even national media outlets. The fan-made memes and edits spread from Twitter and also cropped up on the /sp/ board of 4Chan, the r/NFL subreddit, and multiple NFL-related Facebook accounts.

    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 01/14/17--01:52: TheRoflcoptGuy
  • The RoflcoptGuy is the best imitator of memes. He has already done trololo, desu, pool’s closed, but his best known quote is “so there the roflcopter, he makes roflopflop”. He has already sung trololo, when he is bored, he repeats without stopping the word desu. If he is with young people who take the internet too seriously, he starts shouting “LOLINTERNET !!!”. To pass the time, he sings pen pineapple apple pen. When he does PvP in Minecraft and a player tries to kill him, he shouts “IMAFIRINMAHLAZORBOOOOOOOOM”. It serves as an example for those who take the internet too seriously.


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  • 01/14/17--03:41: Minecarte64
  • Minecarte64 is a French youtuber that makes Minecraft and others, he is often accompanied by friends, youtubers, subscribers. Minecarte became a meme partly thanks to block art series where it presents the constructions demanded by the subscribers and thanks to its other chain Minecarte and company dance on …, where it dances with its cousins, SuPeRgLace Became one) and nathan66, the channel is made in two series, one where they dance and the other where he tries not to laugh at funny videos.


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    About

    “Brother, May I Have Some Oats” is a copypasta expression associated with a painting of two pigs, which is commonly circulated on 4chan’s /s4s/ and /r9k/ boards where it is often referred to as “oatposting.”

    Origin

    On October 10th, 2016, Twitter user @markyannna[4] tweeted a painting of two large pigs with the caption “brother may I have some oats” (shown below). Over the next three months, the tweet gathered upwards of 18,000 likes and 12,400 retweets. According to the Compton Verney[7] art gallery, the oil on canvas painting titled “A Pair of Pigs” was created in 1850 by an unknown artist.



    Spread

    On October 30th, 2016, Tumblr[3] user nanalie posted a screenshot of the tweet, which gained over 68,000 notes in two months. On December 31st, 2016, an anonymous 4chan user posted the picture along with the message “Brother dear, would you please pas the oats?” to the /s4s/ (shit 4chan says) board (shown below).



    On January 2nd, an /r9k/[5] user posted a thread with the pigs painting accompanied by the caption “May I have some oats, brother” (shown below). Prior to being archived, the thread received more than 300 replies.



    On January 4th, 2017, YouTuber Joe Capo shared a “Brother May Have Any Oats” video (shown below). That, the Difficulty II Facebook page reposted the video, which gained over 191,000 views, 3,700 reactions and 2,600 shares in less than 24 hours. On January 5th, Redditor quitethepersona submitted a screenshot of a 4chan thread featuring the pigs painting to /r/4chan.



    Search Interest

    Not available.

    External References


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    About

    When Your Song Comes On In the Car refers to a series of jokes on Twitter in which the poster writes the snowclone“When (X Song) comes on in the car” accompanied by an image of a person in a car playing an instrument.

    Origin

    The earliest known instance of this post was tweet on November 2nd, 2014 by @shawn_that_sob,[1] who tweeted an image of a driver playing violin in his car captioned, "when “still tippin” come on in the car." The tweet gained over 1,100 retweets and 1,300 likes (shown below).



    Spread

    The joke format did not spread widely until the beginning of 2017, following a December 31st, 2016 tweet by @rwxoxo[2] that used the same image with the caption "when “overnight celebrity” comes on the radio." The tweet has gained over 9,000 retweets and likes as of January 5th, 2017 (shown below).



    After @rwxoxo’s post, several more variations appeared, with different images of people playing instruments in cars. The spread of the jokes made Twitter Moments[3] on January 3rd, 2017.

    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    Unavailable

    External References

    [1]Twitter – @shawn_that_sob

    [2]Twitter – @rwxoxo

    [3]Twitter Moments – Everyone’s a musician in the car


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  • 01/14/17--05:44: Sylvain Durif
  • Sylvain Pierre Durif is a french man, he’s called : “Merlin l’enchanteur” (Merlin the wizard), “Le Christ cosmique” (The cosmic Christ), “L’homme vert” (the green man), and “Le grand monarque” (the great monarch).

    Sylvain Durif became famous by making videos on YouTube and by being interview by journalists especially during the prediction of the end of the World on December 21, 2012 in the small village of 200 residents Bugarach. In his videos Sylvain Durif tells of his childhood, his life and his visions (ball of light in trees or gilded vessels of the Virgin Mary measuring 300 meters in diameter). He mounted a “plasma kit” on his 1995 BMW with a light bulb, wires and spring, all connected to his cigar lighter. It often moves in stop of city in city and meets people of which a Cameroonian with whom it discusses and sees its ships. Sylvain also plays the pan flute and picks up his “signals” as he calls them through his forehead. He calls for peace and peaceful marches as at the Chateau d’Arques. He lodges a complaint (handrail) against a mafia man called Manchesta. Sylvain Durif got hacked his Youtube account and has to recreate a new one to generate new videos


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  • 01/05/17--11:06: The Young Pope
  • About

    The Young Pope is a television show directed by Paolo Sorrentino that airs on Sky Atlantic, HBO, and Canal+. It stars Jude Law and Diane Keaton and is about a fictional Pope played by Jude Law whose youth and conservative orthodoxy shakes the politics of Vatican City.

    History

    The Young Pope’s first season was produced between 2014 and 2016.[1] Sorrentino wrote the script with Stefano Rulli, Tony Grisoni and Umberto Contarello. The Jude Law-lead cast was announced in the summer of 2015. The series premiered on October 17th, 2016 on Sky Atlantic in Italy, has premiered in various locations in Europe since, and will premiere on January 15th, 2017 on HBO in the United States. On December 5th, 2016, HBO released the trailer for United States audiences (shown below).



    Reception

    The early reception to The Young Pope has been positive amongst critics. As of January 4th, 2017, it has an 83% rating on Rotten Tomatoes,[2] an 8.5 on IMDb,[3] and a 9.4 rating on TV.com.[4] Italian newspaper Famiglia Cristiana[7] argued that Law’s portrayal of the Pope was too fantastical and that reaction was divided among Catholic audiences. The show has been renewed for a second season.

    Online Presence

    Two weeks before its American release, The Young Pope has a mild online fandom. Its Facebook page[5] has over 2,300 likes, and its subreddit[6] has 179 readers.

    Weird Twitter Ironic Fandom

    In the buildup to The Young Pope’s American release, Weird Twitter developed an ironic fascination with the show, making jokes about its premise.



    Song Lyric Jokes

    On January 4th, 2017, Polygon[8] picked up a trend on Weird Twitter which inserted The Young Pope into popular song lyrics. The following day, Twitter Moments[9] and Uproxx[10] also posted articles about the trend.



    Search Interest

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  • 01/14/17--18:44: Doggo/Brazil Dog Dance
  • About

    Doggo or The Brazil Dog Dance refers to a video where a brazilian man dances alongside his dog. Due to the adorable and funny nature of the video, it has inspired various edits where the man and the dog are dancing to different songs.

    Origin

    The video first appeared on early february 2016. The most viewed version of the video is called “Brazil Dog Dance”, which so far has almost 500k views:

    Spread

    The video was popular enough to become a subject of remixes and parodies.

    Various Examples


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