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  • 01/22/17--04:10: Dwight Fairfield
  • Dead by Daylight was released 16 june 2016. The object of the game is to survive from the killer when playing as 1 of 4 survivors, while the object of the killer is to kill survivors. Dwight Fairfield is a playable character from Dead by Daylight. Dwight is the default character. He got a bad reputation cause of his perks which are good if there is team coordination and team work, but they are useless if hes alone. Dwight’s players are usually bad because he is the default survivor that new players play. Dwight’s players usually go inside lockers and then get caught by the killer. There are also some quotes like “Dwight is love, Dwight is life”.


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  • 01/22/17--10:18: Donald J Trump
  • Use of TRUMPED as a verb to mean conned.
    http://www.salon.com/2017/01/22/sorry-americans-youve-been-trumped-at-the-inauguration-trumps-hollow-rhetoric-collides-with-reality_partner/
    https://www.sundancenow.com/youve-been-trumped/documentary/2325415?att=one&gclid=Cj0KEQiAzZHEBRD0ivi9_pDzgYMBEiQAtvxt-E8aQlFGvha-3nNRZomgFQC0-JK7XJKeNK4r-p11V28aAnWB8P8HAQ
    ok, mainly the movie.


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

    The Brazil Dog Dance refers to a video where a Brazilian boy dances alongside what is believed to be a stray dog. Due to the adorable and funny nature of the video, it has inspired various edits where the boy and the dog are dancing to different songs.

    Origin

    The video was uploaded on February 5th, 2016 by THEFOOLHARDYGUY, which so far has almost 500k views (shown below).



    Spread

    The video instantly gained some viral traction. Also on the 5th, a GIF was posted of the dance to /r/AnimalsBeingBros,[1] where it gained over 13,600 points. It was also covered by The Daily Dot,[2] Daily Mail,[3] and Hello Magazine[4] in following two weeks. Meanwhile, the video became a subject of remix parodies. One of the first and most popular was posted by Epicleptic and called “Woof,” and gained over 622,000 views.



    Various Examples



    External References’


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  • 01/22/17--14:34: Nazi Punch
  • Video of alt-right founder Richard Spencer getting punched on the street sparks flurry of user-created content including images, setting the video to different songs, etc.

    original: https://youtu.be/yi55OM21kMY
    Slate reporting on it https://twitter.com/Slate/status/822609464004149254
    https://twitter.com/donswaynos/status/822806687207870464
    https://twitter.com/FibonacciSpiral/status/823158985360543744
    https://twitter.com/djdedbeat/status/822921157003321345
    https://twitter.com/Flomp_It/status/822699862999388160
    Hamilton mix! https://twitter.com/natefoo/status/822659271645167618
    https://twitter.com/RyanPigg/status/822651151648718848
    https://twitter.com/Jacqueimo/status/822644112218353664


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

    The Brazil Dog Dance refers to a video where a Brazilian boy dances alongside what is believed to be a stray dog. Due to the adorable and funny nature of the video, it has inspired various edits where the boy and the dog are dancing to different songs.

    Origin

    The video was uploaded on February 5th, 2016 by THEFOOLHARDYGUY, which so far has almost 500k views (shown below).



    Spread

    The video instantly gained some viral traction. Also on the 5th, a GIF was posted of the dance to /r/AnimalsBeingBros,[1] where it gained over 13,600 points. It was also covered by The Daily Dot,[2] Daily Mail,[3] and Hello Magazine[4] in following two weeks. Meanwhile, the video became a subject of remix parodies. One of the first and most popular was posted by Epicleptic and called “Woof,” and gained over 622,000 views.



    Various Examples



    External References’


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

    The L.A. Chargers Logo Fiasco is the online backlash against the California-based NFL football team’s new logo that was introduced following its relocation to Los Angeles in January 2017. Upon its debut on Twitter in January 2017, it became widely ridiculed by fans, celebrities, media outlets, and even the official accounts of other sports franchises, mainly due to its resemblance to the Los Angeles Dodgers’ iconic white-on-blue logo, ultimately prompting the franchise to drop the logo.

    History

    The Los Angeles Chargers were created as a franchise in the now-defunct American Football League in 1960. After only one year in Los Angeles, the Chargers moved to San Diego where they would remain for more than 40 years, until in late 2016, when the Chargers, along with St. Louis Rams, announced their return to home city of Los Angeles after heightened efforts by the NFL to revitalize LA as home for professional sports teams. On January 12th, 2017, the Chargers unveiled a newly designed logo via its Twitter account on the day of its official debut as the Los Angeles Chargers.



    Fans on the internet immediately took note of the similarities between it and the logos of the Major League Baseball (MLB) team Los Angeles Dodgers and Florida-based National Hockey League (NHL) team Tampa Bay Lightning, with many deriding it as a cheap knock-off or a combination of both the Dodgers and Lightning. Soon enough, both the Lightning and Dodgers chimed in on the joke on Twitter



    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.

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

    Next Time on Dragon Ball Z is a catch phrase said by the narrator at the end of an episode of Dragon Ball Z show before he raises questions about upcoming plot points. The catch phrase has become a point of mockery for fans due to its ubiquitousness and the slow-moving plot of a typical Dragon Ball Z episode.

    Origin

    In the anime Dragon Ball Z, the narrator poses a few questions at the end of each episode that alerts viewers as to what plot points will be addressed in the next episode. (ex: shown below)



    Spread

    The catchphrase has seem some use as a meme. On October 28th, 2007, YouTube user japester uploaded a video of Kyle Herbert, the show’s narrator, reading a joke spoofing the amount of filler in a Dragon Ball Z episode.



    The Dragon Ball Z Abridged Series parodies this as well:

    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].



    The use of the “Find Out Next Time” trope in Dragon Ball Z was included in the “Find Out Next Time” entry on TV Tropes.[1]

    Various Examples





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    External References

    [1]TV Tropes – Find Out Next Time


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  • 01/22/17--23:53: WOAH TECHNOLOGY
  • WOAHTECHNOLOGY,” was a term used by YandereDev, the developer of the game Yandere Simulator, to describe the feeling when video games seem to go the extra mile when it comes to realism.
    YandereDev used this to describe a feature in Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty. In this feature, the player could shoot a bucket of ice and the ice cubes would actually melt if the player waited long enough.

    “When I first saw this, it blew my mind! I was like, WOAHTECHNOLOGY!” – YandereDev upon descibing the ice in MGS2.

    YandereDev then descibed how he wanted to add little details to Yandere Simulator – specifically the first rival in the game.

    “I want to put a lot of little details into the game to give people the same ‘WOAHTECHNOLOGY’ feeling that I got when I played Metal Gear Solid 2,”- YandereDev, applying this soon-to-be meme to his game.

    WOAHTECHNOLOGY” is normally used in comments on YouTube to express fascination with something.


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  • 01/23/17--01:39: Ain't got Rhytm
  • This meme explodes out of nowhere in youtube since Sunday, 20th January 2017. The meme was first combined with the "you posted on a wrong neighbourhood " meme by a youtuber named ShankyWonkyDonkey Video link :https://youtu.be/b57jQb24Iv4. The meme was composed just like the lorax and lazy town memes, wich is replacing words or song with another word such as chair, villain ( robbie rotten refrence), etc. Or everytime a specific character say a word it gets faster, slower, even dankier.


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    About

    #AlternativeFacts / #SpicerFacts are a pair of hashtags that emerged to mock White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer’s first press conference as part of the Donald Trump administration. Using the hashtags, Twitter users tell outlandish falsehoods in reference to how Sean Spicer said easily disprovable statements about the Inauguration of Donald Trump

    Origin

    On January 21st, 2017, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer held his first press conference under President Trump. There, he chastised the media for supposedly falsely reporting on the size of the crowd at Trump’s inauguration. Despite photographic evidence to the contrary, Spicer insisted Trump’s inauguration had the highest attendance numbers ever, echoing Trump’s claim that 1.5 million people attended his inauguration when the official report placed the number at 250,000.[1]



    This sparked the hashtag #SpicerFacts. #AlternativeFacts spread after Trump spokeswoman Kellyanne Conway used the term “Alternative Facts” on MSNBC’s Meet the Press with Chuck Todd on January 22nd, 2017, to describe the claims Spicer made in his first press conference.




    Spread

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  • 01/23/17--09:22: He Will Not Divide Us
  • About

    He Will Not Divide Us is an online performance art project by actor “Shia Labeouf,” featuring a 24-hour livestream outside the Museum of the Moving Image in Queens, New York, which will be broadcast continuously for the duration of Donald Trump’s presidency.

    Origin

    On January 20th, 2017, Labeouf launched the livestream during the inauguration of Donald Trump.



    “Open to all, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, the participatory performance will be live-streamed continuously for four years, or the duration of the presidency. In this way, the mantra “HE WILLNOTDIVIDE US” acts as a show of resistance or insistence, opposition or optimism, guided by the spirit of each individual participant and the community."

    Spread

    That day, YouTuber I’m a fish began uploading highlights of /pol/ users praising Donald Trump, holding signs with Pepe the Frog, playing the song “Shadilay” and writing “KEK” on the museum wall (shown below).



    On January 22nd, Twitter user @Breaking911 posted footage of Labeouf aggressively yelling “he will not divide us” in the face of a young man, captioned with the claim that “LaBeouf has nera meltdown after a Trump supporter shows up to his 4-year protest” (shown below).




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  • 01/23/17--10:51: The Narrator
  • About

    The Narrator refers to a dialogue meme format popular on Twitter in which a user states something about themselves and are then interrupted by an imagined narrator contradicting the user’s statement.

    Origin

    “The Narrator” gag in which a person says something but is then interrupted by a narrator immediately contradicting the statement is a popular trope of the television series Arrested Development development (2003). The show’s narrator, voiced by Ron Howard, often interjects during scenes to clarify falsehoods made by the show’s characters (ex: shown below).[1]

    Michael: "Okay, that would be disgusting if you’d actually slept with her, but I don’t think you did.
    G.O.B.: “I did. And it was disgusting.”
    Narrator: “They didn’t, but it would have been.”

    Spread

    The meme saw modest spread in the following years, appearing infrequently on Twitter and Tumblr] usually as a reference to the show. The format started becoming a popular dialogue meme during the 2016 United States Presidential Election, particularly in reference to Donald Trump. For the 2016 United States Presidential Election Debates, Arrested Development writer and narrator Ron Howard released videos in which he reprised his role of the narrator, interjecting himself into footage of the debates when Trump told falsehoods.



    On January 19th, 2017, Twitter Moments[2] featured a compilation of narrator jokes as they related to the current political climate. The joke also began spreading to Facebook meme pages around this time. On January 20th, the page Sad Comics[4] posted a variation that gained over 1,300 reactions and 473 shares (shown below).



    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    Unavailable

    External References

    [1]Arrested Development Wikia – Narrator

    [2]Twitter Moments – What would a narrator say about your future in 2017?

    [3]Tumblr – #narrator

    [4]Facebook – Narrator Joke


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  • 01/20/17--16:18: Luke Crywalker
  • About

    Luke Crywalker is a nickname given to a female anti-Trump protester Jessica Starr from 4chan for her melodramatic screams after the Inauguration of Donald Trump when the announcer announces Donald Trump as the 45th President of the United States of America.

    Origin

    On January 20th 2017, when Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th President of the United States of America, an ITV News Reporter captured the reaction of a female anti-Trump protester’s melodramatic screams. Her reaction was heard globally after ITV News submitted a YouTube video of her reaction.

    During the inauguration, 4chan’s /pol/ board discovers the protester and started a thread to come up with a name of the screaming anti-Trump protester along with submitting edited images of her. A few days later, on January 23rd 2017, 4chan’s /b/ board discuss a fitting name for the protester until one of them come up with Luke Crywalker. A Encyclopedia Dramatica article of Luke Crywalker was made after they arrange a agreement to give her the nickname Luke Crywalker.

    External References

    [1]Twitter – ITV News

    [2]Facebook Search – Anti-Trump Scream

    [3]Reddit – Trump Protester Screams No Set To My Heart Will Go On

    [4]Encyclopedia Dramatica – Luke Crywalker


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  • 01/23/17--14:42: Hey Hey Hey, This Is Library
  • About

    Hey Hey Hey, This Is Library is a viral video in which a man quiets a group of protesters in a library by saying “hey hey hey, this is library.”

    Origin

    On January 21st, 2017, a video was uploaded to YouTube showing a group of student protesters at the University of Washington chanting “Who has the power? We’ve got the power” are interrupted by a man saying “Hey hey hey, this is library.”. The original video has since been removed but was subsequently reuploaded (shown below).



    Spread

    That day, the original video was submitted to /r/videos,[1] where it gathered upwards of 69,000 votes (87% upvoted) and 5,500 comments. Meanwhile, YouTuber Serdar Sed uploaded a Thug Life remix of the video (shown below).



    On January 23rd, a post titled “Whats this ‘Hey hey this is library’ meme i have been seeing everywhere?” was submitted to /r/OutOfTheLoop.[2]

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    On June 20th 2008, The Oreo contest winner announce since YouTube was started
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xRawoBJ_mtw

    in June 15 2008, Dan Brown Upload a video that had lower quality in the screen resolution
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1_9VJqz0qqY&t=60s

    on August 25, 2008, the Oreo channel was uploaded in 2 video collection
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4pRZY6_6B00

    On February 17, 2009 A Beautiful Witness Guitarist! Upload an editing version of The Oreo Rap Guy and
    the high pitch audio FX
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mrYC0YjQToU&t=76s

    On January 23, 2017, FishieLemonDude Upload a video about We Are Number One Guy and the Oreo Rap Guy
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cbaf0lGScvE&t=35s

    Spread, people are making videos about the Oreo Rap Guy replacement video memes and Editing vids


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    The Tragedy of Darth Plagueis ”the Wise” is a copypasta originating from Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith. Online, it has gained popularity as a meme among Star Wars fans.

    Origin

    In Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith, Chancellor Palpatine, secretly Darth Sidious, tells Anakin Skywalker the legend as to to lure him further to the dark side of the force, as Anakin was having visions of his wife, Padmé Amidala, dying in childbirth. The legend is about a Dark Lord of the Sith, Darth Plaguies “the wise”, who could influence midi-chlorions to prevent people from dying. However, he taught his apprentice all he knew, and then the apprentice killed him while he was asleep. Palpatine finds the legend ironic, because while Darth Plaguies could save others from death, he could not save himself.

    Palpatine: Did you ever hear the tragedy of Darth Plagueis “the wise”?

    Anakin: No?

    Palpatine: I thought not. It’s not a story the Jedi would tell you. It’s a Sith legend. Darth Plagueis was a Dark Lord of the Sith, so powerful and so wise he could use the Force to influence the midichlorians to create life… He had such a knowledge of the dark side, he could even keep the ones he cared about from dying.

    Anakin: He could actually save people from death?

    Palpatine: The dark side of the Force is a pathway to many abilities some consider to be unnatural.

    Anakin: What happened to him?

    Palpatine: He became so powerful… the only thing he was afraid of was losing his power, which eventually, of course, he did. Unfortunately, he taught his apprentice everything he knew, then his apprentice killed him in his sleep. Ironic. He could save others from death, but not himself.

    Anakin: Is it possible to learn this power?

    Palpatine: Not from a Jedi.

    In the copypasta, Palpatine’s last line and all of Anakin’s are removed.

    Did you ever hear the tragedy of Darth Plagueis “the wise”? I thought not. It’s not a story the Jedi would tell you. It’s a Sith legend. Darth Plagueis was a Dark Lord of the Sith, so powerful and so wise he could use the Force to influence the midichlorians to create life… He had such a knowledge of the dark side that he could even keep the ones he cared about from dying. The dark side of the Force is a pathway to many abilities some consider to be unnatural. He became so powerful… the only thing he was afraid of was losing his power, which eventually, of course, he did. Unfortunately, he taught his apprentice everything he knew, then his apprentice killed him in his sleep. Ironic. He could save others from death, but not himself.

    Spread

    On March 7th, the copypasta was uploaded to r/copypasta[1] On May 14th 2016 it was posted on the facebook side “Best of Star Wars Memes”, which has, as of January 2017, over 850.000 likes.[2] It is often referenced on r/PrequelMemes[3] where it also appears in the sidebar. On January 17th, 2017 Youtuber # WHOAHokthen uploaded a song version of the copypasta on his channel.

    Various Variations


    Did you ever hear the Tragedy of Darth Plagueis the Lit? It’s a Stoner legend. Darth Plagueis was a Dark Lord of the Stoners, so high and so lit, he could use the Force to influence the marijuana to create…blunts. He had such a knowledge of the Lit Side, he could even keep the ones he cared about…from being caught by the police. He became so high, the only thing he was afraid of was losing his blunt…which, eventually of course, he did. Unfortunately, he taught his friend everything he knew. Then his friend called the police while he was sleeping. Ironic. He could save others from the police…but not himself.


    Did you ever hear the Tragedy of TR-8R the Loyal? It’s a Storm Trooper legend. TR-8R was a Loyal Stormtrooper of the First Order, so powerful and so loyal, he could use the Z-9 Stun Baton to influence other Stormtroopers to stay… loyal. He had such a knowledge of the First Orders regulations, he could even keep the loyal Stormtroopers that he was squad-mates with…from dying. He became so powerful, the only thing he was afraid of was losing his loyalty…which, eventually of course, he didn’t. Unfortunately, he taught his squad-mate FN-2187 everything he knew. Then FN-2187 became a traitor, and got Han Solo to murder him while he was fighting traitors. Ironic. He could save others from treachery…but not himself.


    Did you ever hear the Tragedy of Darth Jar Jar the Clumsy? It’s a Sith Legend. Darth Jar Jar was a Dark Lord of the Sith so clumsy and so stupid, he could use the force to influence the midichlorians to create… Poodoo. He had such a lack of knowledge of the Dark side, he could even keep the ones he cared about… From stepping in icky icky goo. He became so powerful, the only thing he was afraid of was the bigger gooberfish… Which of course he swam away from. Unfortunately, he taught his apprentice absolutely nothing, and his apprentice appointed him a senator of Naboo. Ironic. He could save others from poodoo… But not himself.


    Did you ever hear the Tragedy of Dat Boi the Wise? It’s a Memer legend. Dat Boi was a Dark Frog of the Reddit, so powerful and so wise, he could use the Force to influence the reddit posters to create…memes. He had such a knowledge of the Meme Side, he could even keep the memes he cared about…from dying. He became so powerful, the only thing he was afraid of was losing his power…which, eventually of course, he did. Unfortunately, he taught his apprentice, everything he knew. Then his apprentice killed him in his sleep. Ironic. He could save other memes from death…but not himself.


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    My MEME. New and awesome MEME!


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    Multiple Personalities Captor refers to a series of images pairing a screenshot from the M. Night Shyamalan film Split of a character saying “Help! I’ve been abducted by a man with split personalities!”with a pop culture reference to a character with multiple identities.

    Origin

    In the M. Night Shyamalan film Split, James McAvoy plays a character with 23 different personalities. He abducts three girls. In the film, one of the characters is seen crying ,“Help! I’ve been abducted by a man with split personalities!” into a walkie talkie.

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  • 01/24/17--10:40: Tom Brady's Huge Jacket
  • About

    Tom Brady’s Huge Jacket refers to jokes made about a picture of NFL quarterback Tom Brady of the New England Patriots wearing a massive coat during the Patriots victory in the 2017 AFC Championship Game against the Pittsburgh Steelers

    Origin

    In the first quarter of a cold and rainy 2017 AFC Championship game against the Pittsburgh Steelers, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was seen on the Patriots bench wearing a large coat.

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  • 01/24/17--10:42: The Flintstones
  • About

    The Flintstones is a popular 1960s cartoon show from Hanna Barbara Productions that takes place in the Stone Age as if it had modern advances.

    Origin

    The Flintstones was a popular cartoon show made by Hanna Barbara Productions that aired from September 30th, 1960 to April 1st, 1966. The show received some positive criticism and has since been made into a popular cereal marketed by Post Holdings Incorporated , multiple television specials and a feature length movie .

    Spread

    The Flintstones managed to gain traction in 2016, when a new comic book was released by DC comics . Readers were surprised by the comics surprisingly dark sense of humor and social commentary. The comic was given critical acclaim by both critics and fans.


    Unrelated to the comic was a bootleg that involved the Flintstones that was played by Vinesauce, and the video later being remixed by Sliva Gunner. The video became a hit with over 1.4 million views on the original video, and the remix clocking in at nearly 700,000 views as of January the 13th, 2017.

    Search interest

    External References

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Flintstones

    http://www.tv.com/shows/the-flintstones/

    http://www.mrbreakfast.com/cereal_family.asp?familyid=12

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0109813/

    http://www.dccomics.com/comics/the-flintstones-2016/the-flintstones-1

    http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/7-grand-dad


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