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    About

    Donald Trump’s First Order of Business is a photoshop meme based on a video clip of United States President Donald Trump holding up an open folder displaying his signature on an executive order.

    Origin

    On January 23rd, 2017, Trump signed several executive orders, including a memorandum to leave the controversial Trans-Pacific Partnership multilateral free trade agreement (shown below).



    On January 23rd, Redditor guygoald submitted an animated GIF of Trump holding up a Dickbutt illustration to /r/HighQualityGifs.[3] Within 48 hours, the post gained over 25,271 votes (89% upvoted) and 250 comments.



    Spread

    On January 24th, the GIF was reposted to both /r/gifs[2] and /r/memeeconomy, where they garnered more than 34,300 votes (80% upvoted) and 6,600 votes (94% upvoted) respectively in 24 hours. In the comments section of the /r/memeeconomy post, Redditor foozefookie submitted a photoshop template image of Trump holding the executive order (shown below).



    That day, Redditor suddenly_swimmy posted a photoshop of trump holding up a binder full of Pokemon cards to /r/dankmemes[1] (shown below, left). Meanwhile, Redditor marty_eraser posted a photoshop of Trump holding a page saying “anime is now illegal” to /r/dankmemes[4] (shown below, right). In less than 24 hours, the posts garnered more than 2,300 votes (97% upvoted) and 18,200 votes (90% upvoted) respectively.



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    Did Donald Trump Plagiarize Bane’s Speech? is a running joke based on a video clip highlighting the similarity between an edited excerpt from President Trump’s inaugural address and a quote said by Bane, the main villain from the 2012 thriller-superhero film The Dark Knight Rises.

    Origin

    On January 20th, 2017, shortly after Donald Trump delivered his first presidential speech at the inauguration ceremony, Deadspin editor Timothy Burke tweeted a video comparing a line said by President Trump during his inaugural address and a memorable scene from The Dark Knight Rises wherein Bane delivers a populist speech to declare his reign over Gotham City by telling the citizens.




    Spread

    Burke’s facetious comparison immediately went viral on Twitter and spread elsewhere on the social media, as well as being featured in the news media coverage of online reaction to Donald Trump’s inauguration.

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    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Washington Post – Donald Trump’s full inauguration speech transcript, annotated

    [2]Twitter – Timothy Burke’s Tweet

    [3]Reddit – [Poetry] Trump quotes Bane during his Inauguration speech

    [4]BuzzFeed – People Can’t Get Over How Much Trump Sounded Like Bane In His Inaugural Address

    [5]Mediate – ‘Bane Literally Said This’: Twitter Mocks Trump Inauguration Speech for Similarities to Batman Villain

    [6]Mirror – Did Donald Trump really plagiarise Bee Movie in his inauguration speech?

    [7]The Daily Dot – Donald Trump didn’t plagiarize ‘Bee Movie’ in his inauguration speech

    [8]Snopes – Trump’s Bee Speech

    [9]Instagram – @Quavohuncho’s Post

    [10]Reddit – New to this. Are “plagiarism” memes on the rise?


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    After the recent success of Rogue One, everyone can see that its a good film. However, something bugs me. Rogue One has its own meme page despite no noticeable memes coming out of it, unless you’re part of Star Wars Sithposting. How HASTHISHAPPENED? REEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE


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    Ten Influential Teenage Albums is a Facebook survey meme in which the participant shares a list of ten albums that influenced or defined his or her musical preferences during their teenage years. Upon entering circulation on Facebook in January 2017, the survey meme went viral on the social networking site, particularly among the Millennials who grew up during the late 1990s and early 2000s.

    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.

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  • 01/24/17--15:20: Andy's Log of Shit
  • Andy Sixx’s Log of Shit is not like any other log of shit you may find at your local bathroom. Tis truly the works of a god in his own right.

    What you don’t know right now is that Andy Sixx is the hottest, sexiest, gothiciest, hardcoreiest, deathcoreiest metal singer in the world and common sexual congress and foreplay would simply not do the job in


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    BIIIRL/O MONSTRO TA SAINDO DA JAULA refers to a video created by the brazilian “Youtuber” Kleber “Bambam” in one of his videos. the video has spawned several different quotes, video edits and a variety of images.

    Origin

    On May 5th, 2016 , the Youtube channel Canal do Bambam uploaded a video titled “O MONSTRO TA SAINDO DA JAULA” (THEMONSTER IS GETTINGOUT OF THECAGE). The video features Kleber on a fitness club doing workouts with some of his friends while either screaming or acting crazy. It has currently almost 2 million views and 65k likes.

    Spread

    The video became popular enough and started to appear on various brazilian humor sites. Many of the things said in the video became memorable quotes such as the titular “BIIRL”, “É HORA DO SHOW, PORRA!” (IT’S SHOWTIME, MOTHERFUCKER), “AQUIÉ BODYBUILD, PORRA” (WE ARETHEFUCKINGBODYBUILD”) and others. Many images and video edits also spawned.

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  • 01/25/17--00:20: Do you like pie?
  • About

    Do you like pie is a quote in one of Steven Universe episode where Steven celebrates his birthday with the Crystal Gems



    Origin

    On 2016, youtube user posted a Steven Universe Steven Universe, video where Pearl says she likes Pie, .



    Spread

    Another youtube user posted a Steven Universe parody animation where the characters are lions and all says the same quote .



    Newground user Weebl and Bob posted an animation of a blob asking another blob if he likes pie .



    Rockie, the WWE Wrestler stated that he loves pie.



    In Grimm, Nick & Adalind and the gang decide the safest place for Adalind is Buds house, because it’s the last place Juliette would look. Who responds in his usual hilarious manner to Adalind’s pregnancy.



    Maple Leaf Learning posted a child education video where the narrator asks a cow what it likes.



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    ABOUT
    Saturday Night Fever is a 1977 American drama film directed by John Badham and starring John Travolta as Tony Manero, a working-class young man who spends his weekends dancing and drinking at a local Brooklyn discothèque.

    RECEPTION
    A huge commercial success, the film significantly helped to popularize disco music around the world and made Travolta a household name. The film had a budget of $3.5 million and made $237.1 million at the box office. The Saturday Night Fever soundtrack, featuring disco songs by the Bee Gees, is one of the best-selling soundtracks of all time. The film showcased aspects of the music, the dancing, and the subculture surrounding the disco era: symphony-orchestrated melodies; haute couture styles of clothing; pre-AIDS sexual promiscuity; and graceful choreography.

    MEDIAREFERENCES
    Due to the success of the film and its famous scenes it has entered the public conscious as the defacto disco movie and references to it in the media started early.

    Saturday Night Live
    The earliest pardoy came from SNL.vJohn Belushi parodied the film as “Samurai Night Fever”, one of his “Samurai” sketches on Saturday Night Live on 02/25/78



    Dance Scene
    one of the most parodied scenes is the dance scene with John Travolta



    Airplane!
    the earliest and one of the most famous parodies of the Saturday Night Fever dancing scene came from Airplane! released in 1980



    Walking scene
    another oft repeated scene is the walking intro scene with Stayin’ Alive playing as John Travolta character walks swauvely.



    Night at the Roxbury
    this scene was parodied in the movie Night at the Roxbury from 1998




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  • 01/25/17--08:21: Haitchface

  • About

    Haitchface is a meme in wrestling fandom which concerns the posting of a bizarre expression of WWE wrestler Triple H as a form of trolling by using misleading hyperlinks.

    Origin

    The name “Haitchface” comes from English wrestler William Regal’s mispronunciation of the letter H (“aitch”) as “haitch” which is increasingly common among the English working class. Regal’s deliberate mispronunciations had formed something of a minor meme and in-joke in wrestling in the late 2000s.

    The image is derived from a WWE photoshoot circa 2003.[1]

    Spread

    According to Google Trends, search interest for the meme began around November 2014.[2] Searching online discussions, it does not appear to have been used as a bait or troll reaction very much before then. The image sees use in particular on wrestling fan boards like Reddit’s r/squaredcircle, where it is commonly hidden behind an innocuous hyperlink in comments, baiting viewers to click and thus see the image in a manner similar to the legendary meme Rickroll.[3][4]

    Occasionally, alternative Triple H reaction faces have been used, but they still tend to follow the theme of him exerting some kind of effort during a workout.[5]

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  • 01/25/17--09:25: Bogdanoff Twins
  • About

    Igor and Grichka Bogdanoff are French celebrities best known for producing the science fiction television series Temps X and their involvement in a theoretical physics dispute known as the Bogdanoff affair. On 4chan, the brothers are associated with a list of grandiose conspiracy theories, which are often listed whenever someone asks for a “quick rundown” on the twins.

    History

    In 1976, the Bogdanoff brothers published the science fiction book Clefs pour la science-fiction. In the 1980s, the twins produced and hosted the popular science fiction series Temps X. Other shows the brothers have produced include Project X 13, Rayon X, Science X and Science 2.



    Bodanoff Affair

    In 2002, University of Tours physicist Mx Niedermaier emailed University of Pittsburgh physicist Ted Newman claiming that the Bodanoff twins had spoofed their PhD theses. Rumors began circulating on Usenet that the twins deliberated orchestrated the hoax to bring attention to faults in the peer review system within the academic community.

    Online Presence

    On April 30th, 2015, Redditor Stunobo submitted a picture of the brothers titled “How do they think this is attractive” to /r/WTF,[1] where it gained over 8,700 votes (85% upvoted) and 900 comments prior to being archive.



    On April 4th, 2016, a post asking what viewers that of the Bogdanoff twins was submitted to /pol/. On November 10th, a 4chan user submitted a thread asking what the Bogdanoff twins plans were in French politics.[2] On December 14th, a thread speculating about the Bodanoff twins “huge influence on French politics” was submitted to /pol/, in which a user posted pictures of the brothers before and after plastic surgery with the caption “Before /pol/ / After /pol/” (shown below).



    On January 4th, 2017, Redditor AeroRandy submitted a post asking why the brothers were being “constantly posted on 4chan” to /r/OutOfTheLoop.[5] On January 7th, an anonymous 4chan user submitted a thread asking if the Bogdanoff twins were “trying to channel meme magic into ascending to godhood with the Bogdanoff forced meme?” On January 14th, the /r/The_Bogdanoff[4] subreddit was launched for discussions about the brothers. On January 18th, a 4chan user posted a “quick rundown” on the Bogadanoff twins, claiming they know aliens, have psychic abilities and will “guide humanity into a new age of wisdom, peace and love” (shown below). On January 24th, a similar list of conspiracy theories was submitted to a /qa/ (question & answer) thread asking for a “quick rundown” on the two brothers.[6]



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  • 01/25/17--11:36: Bill and Phil
  • About

    Bill and Phil is a captioned stock photo series in which two people discuss coining a new term, which typically include name pun followed by the sentence “I have a better idea.”

    Origin

    On August 18th, 2016, a stock photograph captioned with a mock dialogue in which a man named Phil proposes they call a giant advertising board a “philboard,” followed by a man named Bill saying “I have a better idea,” was submitted to /r/youdontsurf (shown below). Within five months, the post gained over 13,500 votes (91% upvoted) and 100 comments.



    Spread

    On September 17th, 2016, the /r/BillAndPhil[2] subreddit was launched for the captioned stock photos. On September 19th, /r/BillAndPhil[4] user Danchekker posted a captioned version of the School of Athens painting, featuring a name pun based on the word “philosophy” (shown below). On December 5th, Redditor cheesinator posted a stock photo of two men in lab coats named Robert and Ethan, in which they coin the name for ethanol (shown below, right).[5]



    On December 12th, the original “philboard” image macro was reposted on Break,[3] where it gained over 277,000 views in two months.

    Search Interest

    Not available.

    External References


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  • 01/25/17--12:23: The Hard Times
  • About

    The Hard Times is a satirical news website that writes tongue-in-cheek news articles related to punk rock, hipster culture, and DIY culture.

    History

    The Hard Times was founded by Matt Saincome (Founder, Editor-in-chief), Bill Conway (Co-Founder, Managing Editor, Head Writer), and Ed Saincome (Co-Founder, Hard Style Managing Editor).[1] The domain was registered on November 10th, 2014,[2] and the site published its first article, “Bandmates Confused After Straight Edge Singer Brings Podium to First Practice,”[3] on November 11th.

    Website

    In the following two years, The Hard Times website expanded to include two satirical blogs: Hard Style,[4] a lifestyle blog, and Gut Check,[5] devoted to sports like MMA and skating. The website also hosts Edgeland,[6] a podcast dubbed “The most straight edge podcast on the internet.” After some growth, The Hard Times began putting on live punk rock shows.[7]

    Reception

    The Hard Times is generally well received. Shortly after its launch, BrooklynVegan[8] covered the site, calling it “an Onion-like site for punk fans.” In April of 2015, Deadspin[9] ran a positive profile of the site and Saincome. There, Saincome identified the site’s January 14th, 2015 article, “Deafheaven Bassist Falls Asleep Onstage,”[10] as the moment Hard Times first went viral. The article has gained over 37,800 shares as of January 25th, 2017.

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  • 01/25/17--13:30: #FreeMelania
  • About

    FreeMelania and #SaveMelania are hashtags often accompanied by jokes that Donald Trump’s wife Melania is a prisoner that is in need of being saved from her husband.

    Origin

    During the inauguration of Donald Trump on January 20th, 2017, Melania Trump was filmed briefly smiling at her husband before making what appeared to be a frown immediately after he turned away (shown below). Following the ceremony, a video clip of the moment began circulating online, with many speculating that Melania Trump was unhappy in her marriage.



    Spread

    The following day, Twitter user @natalieroth[1] tweeted the hashtag “#SaveMelania” along with a photograph of a Women’s March protest sign with the words “Melania Blink For Help” written on the back (shown below). On January 23rd, Twitter user @SuttonOfficial[3] tweeted the hashtag “#FreeMelania” along with a photograph of Melania Trump greeting Michelle Obama with a box containing the word “Help” (shown below, right).



    That day, the Yes It’s Funny YouTube channel posted an edited video of Melania Trump handing a gift to Michelle Obama, which contains a cake with the words “Help Save Me” written in frosting (shown below). Meanwhile, a GIF of the video was submitted to /r/gifs, where it gathered upwards of 61,000 votes (74% upvoted) and 2,000 comments within 48 hours.



    On January 24th, Twitter user @Istanbul_Themes posted the clip of Melania Trump frowning at her husband’s inuaguration with the caption “#FreeMelania Blink twice if you want us to save you” shown below.




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  • 01/25/17--15:27: MEMRI TV
  • Editor’s Note: This entry is a W.I.P.. Any help to further improve this entry would be much appreciated.

    About

    The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) is a non-profit organization based in Washington D.C., United States that is dedicated to distributing English translations of Middle Eastern media. Despite its goal to “bridge the language gap between the Middle East and the West,” it has been accused of anti-Muslim and anti-Arab bias in its material because of claims of incomplete or incorrect translations in their distributions. MEMRI’s most well known project is MEMRI TV, which translates Middle Eastern media (news, television, etc.). MEMRI TV has gained notoriety for its absurd translations of new programs, which internet users found to be humorous. Some of the translations have spawned photoshops of screenshots showing false or edited subtitles.

    Origin

    MEMRI was co-founded in 1998 by Yigal Carmon and Meyrav Wurmser.

    W.I.P.

    Spread

    W.I.P.

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]MEMRI.org – Official Website:“https://www.memri.org/”

    [2]MEMRI.org – MEMRI TV:“https://www.memri.org/tv”


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    About

    Go To Bed remix videos all feature footage of Ric Flair repeatedly yelling “Go to Bed!” as he points a finger at the screen, synced in time to various songs.

    Origin

    On July 18th, 1993, WCW held it’s second annual Beach Blast Pay-Per-View event, in which Ric Flair won his 10th World Heavyweight title. After the match he was interviewed, wherein he uttered the following words:

    “Read what you wanna read, believe what you wanna believe, but GO TO BED every night of your life, knowing there’s only one world heavyweight champion today, and it’s the Nature Boy!”

    This interview was uploaded to YouTube on October 27th, 2008 by user Merriman24:


    The video has since been blocked by WWE on copyright grounds, but you can still view the interview on WWE’s official channel here:


    Spread

    This interview footage wasn’t used until December 22nd, 2011 when youTube user sadsadsfdsfdsfful used the clip in the following video, titled “bed rests you up”:


    The clip didn’t achieve popularity until sadsadsfdsfdsfful posted another video a few days later on December 26th, 2011 titled “YOU should GO TO BED”:


    This prompted more users to start creating their own “go to bed” remixes, most of which were created in 2012 & 2013, but they still occasionally get made today.

    Notable Examples



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  • 01/25/17--19:58: The Lego Batman Movie


  • About

    The Lego Batman Movie is a 2017 computer animated comedy film that is a spin off, following the success of the 2014 film The Lego Movie. It’s is based upon the version of DC Comic’sDC Comic’s present within the Lego movie, though outside of the titular character, ties to the original film are minor.

    History

    On October 10th 2014, Hollywood Reporter posted a story about plans for Warner Brothers to partner with LEGO to produce a spin off of The Lego Movie starring DC Comics Superhero, Batman. [2] Will Arnett, who voiced Batman in the original Lego movie, would be reprising the role for this film.

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  • 01/25/17--20:20: Gmod Guides
  • This meme “Gmod Guides” Comes from the game known as garrysmod or gmod for short. Its when many people have posted shit guides and now all you see on the top recommended page is shit meme guides. Its gathered loads of attention. Some people have just copied the bee movie script into it and gotten top page.


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  • 01/25/17--20:20: Europa Universalis IV
  • About:

    Europa Universalis IV (EU4 for short) is a grand strategy, empire building game by paradox interactive, released in 2013. The game involves managing a nations military, economy, diplomacy and government from 1444 to 1821.

    Origin

    EU4 was developed in 2013 as a sequel to Paradox’s long running Europa Universalis series.

    Related Memes

    EU4 – When you X/Every X game Ever/ X in a nutshell






    This meme consists of YouTube videos that take a scene from a movie or TV show and put flags of the games various nations on the characters, and contain various sound effects and icons from the game. The meme can also take form of a music video with game footage in the background. This is to represent what a specific in game action or phenomena can feel like when experienced by the player.

    The Big Blue Blob (BBB)

    In the Europa Universalis series, the position and development level of France puts it in a position to “blob” or continuously expand in various directions. This has caused the fan base to commonly refer to France as the “Big Blue Blob” due to its color in the games political map mode and tendency to blob in the hands of both the player and AI. Korea is some times refered to as the “Other Big Blue Blob” due to its tendency to do the same thing with hordes in Central Asia.

    This meme has been recognized by the developers themselves, having added the achievement “Big Blue Blob” to the game for owning 100 core provinces in Europe before 1500. Its is one of the hardest achievements in the game due to the time constraints.

    The Three Mountains – Ryukyu

    The nation of Ryuku is a small minor nation south of Japan in EU4. This nation gained notoriety after DDRJake, now a QA tester for Paradox, did a world conquest with this nation in both EU4 and its prequel EUIII using various exploits. It is regarded as one of the most difficult nations to play as given its location, hence the"The Three mountains" achievement for owning/ subjecting every province in the game as this nation.

    Ulm Gone Wild

    Ulm is a One province minor (OPM) in the middle of the Holy Roman Empire. After a well known comic style After Action Report by Paradox Forum user Svip for EUIII, the small nation gained notoriety in the Paradox gaming community. It is often a joke to state that Ulm is a powerful nation, despite its status as a minor prince in the HRE.

    Ottomans are Kebab

    A derivative of the “Serbia Strong/Remove Kebab” meme. Many players like to call the Ottomans “Kebab” as a result of that meme and it has come to be another name for them. This is controversial however, as on the Official Paradox Forums using the term has been banned for the forum admins view it as a racist terminology.

    Paper/Bird/Sword Mana

    In EU4, the ruler generates a certain set of monarch points in three categories (Admin, Diplo and Military). This is also increased by hiring advisers who also generate these points. The points are spent on doing most actions in the game, such as developing provinces or hiring generals. The term X mana refers to the icon displayed for each category of monarch points. The term originates from veterans of the series being outraged at the inclusion of these “magical” points into the game.

    Von Habsburgs

    The Habsburgs are the ruling dynasty in Austria in EU4’s time frame. In EU4 they are well known for being an annoyance, whether it be continually gaining the status of Emperor of the HRE or spreading their dynasty to every major nation in Europe via royal marriages.

    The Holy Roman Clusterfuck

    The Holy Roman Empire is a special organization of German princedoms in Europe during EU4’s time frame. In the games it receives special mechanics including a elector and Emperor system. The HRE is made up of so many small minors that it looks like a giant mess on the game map. This is a simplification of real life, in which the HRE had hundreds of princedoms. In game it is possible to unify the HRE into a single entity via becoming the Emperor and passing several “reforms”. This also exists in CK2, another paradox game center around Medieval Europe.

    It is also common practice to post images of a non HRE nation becoming emperor, such as Spain (for which there is an achivment) France, England or even the Ottomans given the rare occurrence.


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    About

    The Baby, the Terrorist, and the Timebomb refers the jokes made about a hypothetical scenario tweeted by British comedian Lee Hurst intended to be a thought experiment to see under what circumstances a person would condone torture.

    Origin

    Early in the morning on January 26th, 2017, amidst a debate about the merits of torture after American President Donald Trump claimed torture “absolutely works,”[1] British comedian Lee Hurst tweeted[2] a scenario intended to challenge people to see under what conditions one would engage in torture:

    Your baby is tied to a timebomb.
    You have the terrorist. He tells you you have 1 hour.
    Do you #torture him to find your baby or let it die?



    Spread

    The tweet has gained 157 retweets and 232 likes in the following 8 hours and generated debate, with many criticizing the absurdity of the hypothetical. Hurst responded to such criticisms by calling them “deflections” (example shown below).



    Others mocked Hurst’s turn to political discourse years after his comedy career peaked. The jokes made Twitter Moments[3] that day and The Guardian[4] posted an article refuting Hurst’s claim.

    Various Examples



    Search Interest

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  • 01/26/17--10:39: Tattletail
  • About

    Tattletail is a survival horror video game featuring talking toys resembling Furby electronic robots. The game has been widely compared to Five Nights at Freddy’s for its use of jump scares and requiring the player to survive five nights.

    Gameplay

    The game is set during Christmas in 1998

    History

    On December 28th, the official trailer for the game was released (shown below).



    Online Presence

    Let’s Play Videos

    On January 15th, 2017, YouTuber Markiplier uploaded a Let’s Play video for the game, garnering more than 3.1 million views and 25,300 comments over the next two weeks. Two days later, jacksepticeye uploaded another Let’s Play video (shown below, right).



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