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  • 01/14/17--21:08: Good Guy (Bionicle)
  • About

    Good Guy is a LegoBionicle promotional ploybag set. While initially highly criticized for it’s lack of much building and having a very creative name, it along with other Bionicle polybag sets have since gained an ironic fandom.

    Origin

    On August 9th 2006, the Bionicle News Site BZPower posted a news article about a promotion Lego was doing with the Danish Donald Duck Magazine, which was of a small Bionicle set officially named “Good Guy” [2]. The next day, BZPower posted an article about a similar set that was also a promotion with the same magazine, who was officially called “Bad Guy” [3]. They also noted that the set resembled a similar promotional set whose partnership was unknown at the time.[4] This one would often be dubbed “Duracell Bad Guy” due to being packaged with Duracell batteries.

    Spread

    These sets were initially widely mocked due to the small part count and near comical proportions, with the only good thing about them being that they came free with promotions. They were often considered the worst Bionicle sets. [4][5] At some point after the cancellation of Bionicle’s first generation, however, there began to be an ironic fandom around Good Guy, as well as the other Bionicle Polybags, especially around 2014 given the increased activity of the Bionicle fandom due to rumors of of the line’s return in 2015. It was also helped in part due to “good guy” showing up in the Bionicle Fan Film series “Reviving Bionicle”[6][7]

    Various Examples

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  • 01/14/17--23:05: Scott Steiner
  • About

    Scott Steiner (real name Scott Carl Rechsteiner) is an American professional wrestler, who has wrestled in several promotions like World Championship Wrestling (WCW), World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) and Total Nonstop Action (TNA). Online, Steiner has been notorious due his over the top persona “Big Poppa Pump” and his bombastic promotional scenes, which have granted him a fanbase.

    Wrestling Career

    Steiner debuted in 1986, after being trained under Dr. Jerry Graham Jr., but it wasn’t until 1989 that he created a tag team along with his brother Rick, the Steiner Brothers.[1] During the following years, they wrestled on several promotions like WWF, ECW and WCW. On late 1997, Scott changed his looks (cutting his mullet and growing a goatee) and increased his muscular mass, leaving his brother to start a singles career. On 1998, the physical change got further as he bleached his hair, debuting his Big Poppa Pomp persona, a loudmouthed, hulking gym rat who was an agressive ladies man. This change was in response of Scott’s back injuries, which made him slow his pace on the ring and have to rely more on mic work. From 1999 to 2001 he won several championships in WCW, including the World Heavyweight Championship.



    On 2002, Steiner debuted on WWE under his new persona, followed by a feud with fellow wrestler Triple H, but he got sidelined due injuries and left the company in 2004. In 2006, he debuted on TNA. where he joined several factions like Main Event Mafia and Immortal, being released in 2010. Since then, he’s been wrestling in the independent circuit.



    Online Relevance

    Scott Steiner has become somewhat of a legend in the forums of the Internet Wrestling Community (IWC), largely due to his promos. Whenever there is a discussion regarding Samoa Joe (Who currently works for the WWE), he is often referenced.

    Things Often Said In A Scott Steiner Promo

    1) Hate For Fat People .
    2) Hate For People Of All Races (Especially people he calls “White Trash”)
    3) Hate For Canadians not named Petey Williams. (He calls Canada “Mexico North”)
    4) Pick Up Lines to Female Interviewers
    5) Garbled English and Grammar (Case In Point “I’ve wrestled a lot of Countries”)
    6) Inaccurate History
    7) Inaccurate Mathematics.
    8) His Love for his muscles and his fanbase (His Freaks and His Peaks)

    Reddit’s Steiner Saturday.

    On every Saturday, r/SquaredCircle , the subreddit for all of Professional Wrestling, organise a Steiner Saturday wherein current topics, recent Wrestling Events mostly are discussed in a way of how Scott Steiner would have said it, with posts written in all caps (HOLLA IF YOUHEAR ME), intentional spelling and grammatical errors, intentional misnaming of people (CN PAUNCH, TANNEDHEIHACHI, etc). and insulting Samoa Joe even if it has nothing to do with him. Also, many users make their versions of the “Steiner Math” Promos There (Recently one was made for the notorious Promo for Titus O’Neil) .

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Accelerator3359 – Scott Steiner

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    [3]


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    About

    Gennady Korotkevich is a Belarussian competitive programmer. He is famous for being the top-rated user on Codeforces and second-to-top-rated user on Topcoder, using the handle tourist on both websites.

    His profile on Codeforces: http://codeforces.com/profile/tourist
    His profile on Topcoder: https://www.topcoder.com/members/tourist/

    Origin

    Korotkevich has won one silver medal (in 2006), six gold medals (2007–2012) and three absolute first places (2009–2011) in the International Olympiad in Informatics. He has won Facebook Hacker Cups in 2014 and 2015, Google Code Jams in 2014, 2015 and 2016, ACM-ICPC finals in 2013 and 2015, and many more competitions and olympiads in Russia and the world.

    Notable examples


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  • 01/15/17--09:59: Suppressed Vexation
  • Back in 2013, while standing in a long line at Food Lion, I had a seemingly insignificant experience. Twenty items or less. I counted at least thirty items in two of the carts in front of me. While counting, an uppity obese lady left the line, then returned a few minutes later and reclaimed her spot. No one said a word to her. The man directly in front of me smelled strongly of cigarettes and body odor; a very disgusting combination. He was buying alcohol & a bag of oranges. And the older woman behind me was standing right up my anus. I inched forward, but she remained on my heels. I swear, she was basically inside of me, boys. I could feel her body brushing up against my shirt with every minor movement. As I stood there, I noticed an intense annoyance really brewing in my gut. A level of irritation that I had never felt before. But I swallowed those feelings, boys. I swallowed those feelings and made it through the line successfully. Why am I telling you this?…. Well, that event would become the inspiration for this meme.


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  • 01/06/17--08:12: Henlo
  • About

    Henlo refers to a series of images in which animals are looking at a computer and apparently getting cyberbullied by a person who starts their message with “henlo (animal).” The message that the animal is reading is a snowclone that changes depending on the animal, and the chats are generally written in doggo -like slang.

    Origin

    The original image features a lizard reading a Steam chat in a which a user named 1 rooting tooting motherfucker writes “henlo lizer. helllo you STINKYLIZARD. go eat a fly ugly” (shown below).



    While the exact date of when the image was first posted online is unknown, the picture, its September 26th, 2016 Sizzle[1] post, and the comments in 1 rooting tooting motherfucker’s profile[2] indicate it was posted between September 19th and September 26th, 2016.

    Spread

    In the coming month, the image spread via Instagram[3] and Facebook meme pages.[4] By late November, variations using different animals began appearing with the text on the screen tailored to that specific animal. The first known variation was posted by Facebook page Where My Shrimp[8] on October 19th, 2016, and featured a lobster.



    On November 22nd, 2016, Facebook page Dinkleburg[5] posted a variation that included a dog. On December 6th, HotForKevinJames posted the image to /r/dankmemes[6] adding the caption “Just walked in on my son to see him being bullied online..” (shown below).



    Following the Reddit post, several other variations appeared using different animals such as a bird and a rabbit. On January 5th, 2017, molliuniverse[7] posted a question to /r/OutoftheLoop asking about the origin of the “Henlo” meme.

    Various Examples



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  • 01/15/17--12:09: Shelter
  • [Somewhat WIP]


    About

    Shelter is a collaborative song by American music producer Porter Robinson and French music producer Madeon. The song was released on August 11, 2016, but would gain a larger amount of online traction and notoriety with an anime short film released as the song’s music video on October 18, 2016.

    History

    In an article from Billboard[1], Madeon states in a press release “Both Porter and I started working with people in-person when we started making our respective albums and appreciated how much more collaborative you can get. Our intent was to make music that would reflect our friendship.” Released on August 11, 2016 as a single, the song was uploaded to both Youtube and Soundcloud the same day along with the announcement of a North American live tour similar to both Porter’s and Madeon’s previous live tours for their albums Worlds and Adventure respectively.


    On October 14, 2016, Porter announced through his social media accounts[2][3] that an anime music video/short film would be produced for the song entitled “Shelter: The Animation” in collaboration with Japanese production company A-1 Pictures, known for their production of several manga and light novel adaptions such as Sword Art Online, Oreimo, and Anohana: The Flower We Saw That Day. The video premiered in Japan at 10:15 PM local time in Tokyo’s Shibuya district[4], and would make its worldwide premiere at 2PM Eastern on Youtube and anime streaming service Crunchyroll. In the span of 3 months, the video received over 12 million views on Youtube. The music video tells the story of Rin, a 17-year old girl living alone in a simulation she has complete control over via a tablet, who later discovers the reason as to her current predicaments and her past.


    Reception

    Both the song and music video were very positively received. Ryan Middleton writing for Music Times[5] described the song as “what fans of both artists have been hoping for,” and that “It manages to bring together the sounds of both artists – Porter Robinson and his synth wizardry found on Worlds and then similar shimmering synths that Madeon has used over the years.” In the aforementioned Billboard article[1], Kat Bein writes ““Shelter” is luscious. It gushes perfection. It’s sweet and fun. Their styles are perfectly matched, their quality indisputable.”

    The music video garnered over 452,000 likes on Youtube as of January 2017, while also getting an 8.4 user rating out of 10 from over 55,000 users on MyAnimeList.[6] Dani of music blog Nest HQ[7] said “Both the record and the film are abstruse works of art; the idea that a father would create a space where his daughter could exist in infinite peace, safety, and wonder, triggers a wave of introspection about my own family, relationships, and ultimately about existence itself.”

    Online Relevance

    Fanart for the music video and the collaboration exist on places like Tumblr, under tags such as “shelter”[8], “shelter the animation”[9], “shelter anime”[10] and "shelter followed by “porter robinson”[11] or “madeon”[12]. On Deviantart, searching for “shelter porter” nets 596 results[13], though more results could be found using other search terms pertaining to the subject. The video was also posted to various subreddits, such as /r/Anime, where it received over 11,000 upvotes, becoming the most upvoted post in/r/anime at that time.[14]

    Video reviews discussing and dissecting the meaning of the music video have also been posted

    Fans of Porter have also speculated about connections between the music video and other songs made by him, such as “Sad Machine” and “Goodbye to a World”, both of which deal with themes of the world ending.

    /r/Anime Takedown Controversy

    On the same day after the music video was posted to /r/Anime, the subreddit moderators removed the original post for the music video along with consequent posts about the music video as well. Moderator DrNyanpasu justified the takedown of the post stating that the music video did not fit the criteria to be considered anime, those criteria being “An animated series, produced and aired in Japan, intended for a Japanese audience”. and that it was “a music video by an artist that contracted out a studio that happens to also produced anime” Nyanpasu ends saying “If A-1 was contracted to produce episodes of Spongebob, we wouldn’t allow that here either.” This drew heavy backlash from the community and also sparked a debate on whether the music video was anime or not, along with responses from Porter Robinson himself, animator Ross O’Donovan/RubberNinja, The controversy was reported by Moviepilot and Kotaku

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  • 01/15/17--13:57: Bee Movie But
  • About

    Bee Movie But is a series of video and audio remixes of the film based around a particular altered characteristic.

    Origin

    On October 22nd, 2016, YouTuber wankerflaps uploaded a video titled “Bee Movie But it Keeps Getting Faster,” featuring the audio track from the film which is progressively sped up (shown below).



    Spread

    Within one moth, the video gained over 902,000 views and 4,300 comments. On November 3rd, YouTuber Avoid at All Costs posted a remix of the Bee Movie trailer that slows down each time the word “bee” is uttered (shown below, left). On November 17th, YouTuber Avoid at All Costs uploaded a remix titled “The Entire Bee Movie but Every Time They Say Bee it Gets Faster,” which accumulated more than 11 million views and 33,000 comments within two weeks (shown below, right).



    Various Examples

    W.I.P.

    Search Interest


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  • 01/15/17--15:37: Pathetic Skinner
  • About

    Pathetic Skinner is a reaction image base. Typically used to mock some behavior, Skinner is either slightly redrawn, or placed into a new setting. A slight description is provided, such as “When someone uses a Pathetic Skinner reaction improperly”, the image is shown, with the text “Pathetic” written underneath.

    History

    Pathetic Skinner is taken from the Season 1 episode of The Simpsons, “Bart the Genius.” In the episode, Principal Skinner is informed that Bart has been vandalizing the side of the school, causing Skinner to stare downward menacingly, as seen here:



    In the episode itself, Skinner does not say the word “Pathetic”, but instead only looks downward.

    Various Examples

    Images

    Related Memes

    Am I Out Of Touch?

    Am I Out Of Touch?is another reaction image originating from Princial Skinner, also used to mock other’s opinions, in this case, that of opinions deemed out of touch with reality.


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  • 01/15/17--20:05: Guy reacts to video
  • I am new to this site but am having a hard time finding this meme. It is really funny and this is the only available photo i have of this meme (taken from a screenshot). I wouldn’t mind if someone pm’d me the name of the video or could comment on where i can find the video or direct me to the video itself.

    The video is about this guy who reacts to some video he is watching and says oohh and makes various faces. It is used for a lot of reaction/ fighting videos. Thank you.


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    About

    *"Most People Rejected His Message" is an exploitable image based on a panel from a Christian comic illustrating the biblical passage Galatians 4:16, which reads “Have I now become your enemy by telling you the truth?.”

    Origin

    The image comes from the 1997 Christian comic pamphlet Charlie’s Ants written by American cartoonist Jack Chick, which begins with the titular character trying to warn an ant colony about an impending flood, before his friend Sarah shows up to tell the story of the life of Jesus through a series of vignettes illustrating various passages from the Bible.

    Spread

    [researching]

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  • 01/16/17--01:30: Marshmallow guy | Mm-hmm
  • [I need moderator help, i dont know how to use entry scripts.]

    The first apearence of ‘’Mm-hmm’’ was first seen in the TV show ‘’Sponge Bob Square Pants’’ in the channel ‘’Nickelodeon (later changed to Nick)’’ the year 1999 in the episode 2b of the first season; ‘’Ripped pants’’.

    Transcript from the episode:
    Sandy: Y’all watch this! [Sandy picks up an anchor weight. The crowd cheers for her, but stop when they realize Larry has lifted the spectator stands] Way to go, Larry! [SpongeBob burrows into the sand, and tunnels over to a fish picnicking next to a marshmallow sack]

    SpongeBob: Could I borrow a couple of these?

    Fish: [through his marshmallow-filled mouth] Mm-hmm. [crams another marshmallow into his mouth. SpongeBob takes two marshmallows and places them on the twig] And now, with the addition of two, count ‘em, two marshmallows. [SpongeBob preps himself for his lift, inhales deeply, takes hold of the twig, and is unable to lift it. The crowd isn’t moved. He tries again. And again. After a huge effort, SpongeBob hears a rip. He looks down and notices that he’s ripped his pants. The crowd gasps, then laughs at SpongeBob. SpongeBob scuttles off, embarrassed. Scooter walks over, laughing]

    Its presumed that it started gaining fame from the video posted by the user ’’Sticktheory’’ in the year 2011.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jioNV_H4L3U

    Green screen template:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DnYw93m5G6o


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    About

    Seize the means of production is a reference to Communist philosophy first put forth by Karl Marx.[1] It has become a popular, politically left-leaning punchline for image macros and other joke formats.

    Origin

    In 1867’s Das Kapital, Marx wrote that should a laborer “own (his) means of production, and was satisfied to live as a labourer, he need not work beyond beyond the time necessary for the reproduction of his means of subsistence, say 8 hours a day.” The full phrase “seize the means of production” first appeared in black activist W. E. B. DuBois’ posthumous autobiography published in 1968,[2] when he wrote that he considered himself a communist:

    “It is a historical fact that blacks were brought to this country for the profit of the ruling class which at the time were landowners. They needed someone to till the soil and grow profitable crops. Today we have shifted from an agrarian economy to a goods-production economy. But the same relationships exist between the private owner and the worker. Nothing has changed. Therefore, for working people to be free, they must seize control of the means of production.

    Spread

    Communist humor remained a mostly niche area of the internet, appearing in subreddits such as /r/FULLCOMMUNISM,[3] until the 2016 United States Presidential Election, particularly the candidacy of Democratic Socialist Bernie Sanders helped communist memes grow more popular. The advent of Barnie Sandlers and Bernie Sanders Dank Meme Stash] which as of January 9th, 2017 has over 436,000 members, attracted a left-leaning fanbase that made leftist political ideas such as “seize the means of production” a common punchline within the groups. The humor also grew into a staple of Weird Facebook, appearing in dozens of popular pages.

    In late 2015, /r/Me_IRL began posting Communist-themes images, leading Reddit user GuessMeNow to post a thread to /r/OutOfTheLoop[6] asking about the rise of Communist memes on the subreddit. On March 30th, 2016, silverben10 posted to /r/OutofTheLoop[7] asking specifically about “Seize the means of production.”

    On March 25th, 2016, redditor FutureFormerRedditor posted to /r/LateStageCapitalism an edit of a webcomic to show the toy Bop It to show a picture of Marx exclaiming “Seize the Means of Production” (shown below).[8]




    In the coming months, many edits to existing meme templates employing “seize the means of production” as a punchline appeared, causing The Daily Dot[5] to covered the spread of “communist Facebook” jokes and Weird Facebook pages in August of 2016.

    Various Examples




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  • 01/16/17--08:52: PS1 Hagrid
  • About

    PS1 Hagrid is an image of the character Hagrid from the Harry Potter video game, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone for the PlayStation 1. The PS1’s poorly-defined and rotund rendering of the character made it a target for image macros and reaction images in the mid-2010s.

    Origin

    Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone was published by EA Games and released in the United States on November 15th, 2001.[1] It was initially developed for the PlayStation, Microsoft Windows, Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance and Mac OS X. The character Hagrid serves as the groundskeeper of the game’s setting, Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, and occasionally sends the player, Harry Potter, on errands and missions (seen at 13:11 in the video below).

    Spread

    Images of PS1 Hagrid began circulating online as early as 2012, when a popular image macro paired a frame of Hagrid with an intentionally misspelled caption that reads “Haggord: You dun it nao Arry Porrer” (shown below).

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

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  • 01/16/17--09:29: What in Tarnation
  • About

    “What in Tarnation?” is a rhetorical question meaning “what in damnation?”, often used to express incredulous bewilderment and associated with slang used by Americans living in the Southern United States.

    Origin

    According to the Online Etymology Dictionary,[5] the term “tarnation” originated in the late 1700s as a euphemism for “damnation.” On May 13th, 2003, Urban Dictionary user Ron Jackson submitted an entry for “what in tarnation?”, defining it as a phrase used by American inhabiting areas south of the Mason-Dixon line.



    Spread

    On September 23rd, 2015, Redditor holmoris submitted a post asking why the word “tarnation” was often used an as an expletive in online games to /r/OutOfTheLoop.[3]

    On December 11th, 2016, Tumblr user TheOneOddGirl[4] submitted a photoshopped picture of a man with a stretched-out face peering at a tablet computer with the caption “When you find a city slicker on FarmersOnly.com / wot n ternation” (shown below). Within one month, the post gained over 59,300 notes. On December 30th, Redditor Nirocart64 reposted the image to /r/dankmemes,[1] where it received upwards of 19,600 points (90% upvoted) and 270 comments.



    On January 11th, 2017, Twitter user @Vincent_Ha1[7] posted a pica Shibu Inu dog wearing a cowboy hat with the caption “what in tarnation” along with the message “When your truck isn’t the loudest at Sonic” (shown below). Within six weeks, the tweet received more than 16,200 likes and 7,100 retweets. On January 12th, 2016, Twitter user @memeprovider[6] posted a photograph of (shown below). Within four days, the tweet gained over 23,000 likes and 10,400 retweets.



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Reddit – Oh no

    [2]Urban Dictionary – what in tarnation!

    [3]Reddit – Whats with the sudden obsession with the word tarnation

    [4]Tumblr – thatoneoddgirl

    [5]Online Etymology Dictionary – tarnation

    [6]Twitter – @memeprovider

    [7]Twitter – @Vincent_Ha1


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    About

    Ten Influential Teenage Albums refers to a Facebook trend popular in January of 2017 in which a person lists ten albums he or she listened to when they were teenagers that they think has influenced the person they’ve become.

    Origin

    The practice of listing formative albums is a common practice among music lovers and was long before the Facebook trend began. For example, Reddit Reed498[1] posted such a list to /r/Music on July 22nd, 2015.



    Spread

    In mid-January, 2017, a trend began spreading around Facebook that asked users to list albums that left a lasting impression on them as a teenager, with the post, “List 10 albums that made a lasting impression on you as a TEENAGER, but only one per band/artist. Don’t take too long and don’t think too long.”[2] After a few days of the trend spreading on Facebook, news outlets began posting lists from their staff. Pitchfork,[3] Spin,[4] and Jezabel[5] were among the major outlets to post such lists.

    Search Interest

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  • 01/16/17--14:10: A levels
  • The A level has caused many students across the UK and other countries much stress and pain. This is to the point in which that all UK students have started their path along the way of becoming the stereotypical cynical English. The pain and suffering has caused students across countries to share their pain in the best way possible, sarcastic memes on the internet. This meme may only seem relevant for students in the UK, it can in fact be applied to any student struggling financially, mentally, socially or all three.


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  • 01/16/17--14:28: Where you studied?
  • Facebook user Lee Foster posted a quick bit of information as a comment under an article. Since the comment sounded intellectual, Facebook user Bonnie Maitra asked “where you studied?” Twice. Starting a thread of Facebook comments stating where you studied in different forms.


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  • 01/16/17--15:53: Bowser Parental Control
  • WIP in Progress

    About

    Bowser Parental Control is an exploitable meme where The King of Koopas and Princess Toadstool’s Child are looking at questionable contents.

    The first panel is the exploitable panel where Bowser Jr. is supposed to be playing video games while the second panel depicts Bowser blocking the former’s view.

    Origin

    This magical video got released right after the Switch

    This mini-movie shows a family of Dragon-Turtle-Dinosaur-with-horns-I-Don’t-Know-what-kind-of species-they-supposed-to-be featuring everything the Android/iOS App can do while a very monotonous pretty gril narrates the Nintendo Switch Parental control features because it’s such a good idea for Football (1) Moms to take control of how much you play instead of actually teaching them how to control themselves.

    This video is apparently popular because it got, like, 2M views in like 3 days and around 60k Updogs with a relatively low number of 3K Downboats.

    (1) That’s soccer for you baka gaijin

    Spread

    Obviously, the notoriously infamous website 4chan made an exploitable image soon after. The first few image display’s a normal cut out while the second wave of image has a motion-blurred second panel.


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  • 01/16/17--18:43: Long Boi
  • Long boi first appeared in the facebook page “Bionicle Maskposting”. It originated when Andrew Weber posted an image of his long necked bionicle with the caption “Sup guys I’m new”. A comment was left on said picture that saying the following; “haha long boy”. Max Tatum then posted an edited image of long boi giving him a longer neck captioning “You have been visited by super long boi.”. Other posts, bionicle builds, and even songs were then uploaded about long boi in the bionicle fan group. Each one traditionally having the comments reading “Haha long boi”


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  • 01/09/17--08:41: Absolutely Barbaric


  • About

    Absolutely Barbaric refers to a variation of the Absolutely Disgustingimage macro series that features an illustration of a Roman soldier captioned “Absolutely Barbaric.” It was initially used in reaction to examples of one person trolling or owning another, but in early 2017, spiked in popularity as a reaction image to something the poster thinks is improper food or life etiquette.

    Precursor

    The image of a Roman soldier associated with “Absolutely Barbaric” first appeared on the internet in 2011 as a variation of Come at Me Bro where the phrase “Come at me bro” was translated into Latin.[1]



    Origin

    The “Absolutely Barbaric” soldier comes from a book titled “Myths and Legends” by Roger Payne.[6] While the first “Absolutely Barbaric” variation of the picture is unknown, one of the earliest known posts to use the image was posted by Funnyjunk user comradewinter[2] on September 6th, 2014 (shown below).



    Spread

    The image remained a niche variation of “Absolutely Disgusting” in the coming years. On May 8th, 2015, Facebook page Rough Roman Memes[3] posted the image and gained around 1,400 likes (shown below).



    In early January, 2017, the image began surging in popularity on 9GAG. 9GAG user publius_scipio published the first post to grow popular with the image, titled “My reaction after my friend puts milk in his bowl and then cereal.”[4] The image has gained 19,937 points as of January 9th, 2017. After their post, many more 9GAG posters began posting the image with titles referencing minor preferences or practices they found disgusting, particularly with regards to pizza consumption. One of the most popular posts, gaining 15,700 points, pairs the image with pineapple pizza (shown below).[5]



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

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