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  • 02/14/17--10:50: Photoshop+History-Teacher=
  • This is my tietsjer van geschiedenis. Hie is fotosjopping the nachtw8 vrom rembrand.


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  • 02/07/17--11:29: 2meirl4meirl
  • About

    2meirl4meirl is a slang term used to describe a wide range of image macros, captioned GIFs and videos that explore the subject of clinical depression and other mood disorders in a humorous manner. It can be seen as a subgenre of Me IRL. It is also known by more generic names like depression memes and crippling memes.

    Origin

    Derived from two other internet slang terms, “me IRL” and “2edgy4me,” 2meirl4me was coined by Redditor AhrmiintheUnseen with the creation of a subreddit with the same name, where its members can share humorous or relatable image macros about living with depression, on April 29th, 2016.

    Precursors

    While the neologism itself wasn’t coined until 2016, commonly shared experiences in living with depression have long been a subject of comedy in pop culture for decades, mostly in the context of dark humor and anti-humor. Online, “jokes about depression” have been shared on various discussion forums since as early as May 2006. However, jokes about daily struggle with depression and contemplation of suicide didn’t quite take off until “me IRL” became a popular storytelling device in late 2012. In the following years, living with clinical depression grew into one of the more popular motifs within the genre.

    Spread

    While the usage of 2meirl4meirl was initially limited to members of Reddit, has been used as a hashtag for sharing depression memes on Twitter and Pinterest.

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  • 02/14/17--12:53: Hate Bagel
  • About

    Hate Bagel is a mysterious social media account featuring a picture of a bagel that posts hateful commentary. The account was mentioned in a February 2017 episode of Game Grumps featuring footage of the game Wild Guns: Reloaded.

    Origin

    On February 13th, 2017, the Game Grumps YouTube channel uploaded a video in which they play the game Wild Guns: Reloaded (shown below). At approximately 6:40 into the video, co-host Danny mentions a parody social media account known as “Hate Bagel,” which he described as a a precursor to Nihilist Arbys. Within 24 hours, the video gained over 274,000 views and 1,400 comments.



    Spread

    That day, the video was submitted to the /r/gamegrumps subreddit, where Redditor TommEdge4Life asked “Does anyone know what Danny’s on about with Hate Bagel?”, to which Redditor CreepItReal claimed to remember the account.[1] On February 14th, Redditor SeagullScout submitted a post asking if anyone had discovered the Hate Bagel account to /r/gamegrumps.[2]

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  • 02/14/17--12:56: i love the weeknd
  • bald man with small doggo on head


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  • 02/14/17--14:00: Apologies to Matt Damon
  • About

    Apologies to Matt Damon refers to an ongoing joke orchestrated by talk show host Jimmy Kimmel, in which he apologizes to actor Matt Damon for being unable to have him on his show Jimmel Kimmel Live.

    Origin

    Spread

    On January 21st, 2013, the Jimmy Kimmel Live YouTube channel uploaded a montage of Kimmel apologizing to Damon for “running out of time” over the years (shown below).



    On February 28th, 2016, actor Ben Affleck walked on to his interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live with Matt Damon hidden underneath a large coat (shown below).



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  • 02/14/17--15:27: Reforge
  • Reforge was a masterpiece of a band formed in Port Talbot, Wales, United Kingdom in 2015. They attempted to “reforge the metal genre”; however, due to the inclusion of a singer that couldn’t sing, a bass guitarist that couldn’t play, and a drummer who didn’t know the song, the band’s first gig failed. Ever since, the band has gained quite the local following as a meme, by the humorous nature of their bad performance, and their original songs.


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  • 02/14/17--15:32: nintendo switch
  • This dank meme shows how to play the Nintendo Switch. This meme was meant as a joke and please don’t take it personal.


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  • 02/07/17--11:49: J.G. Wentworth
  • About

    J.G. Wentworth refers to commercials for the diversified financial services company J.G. Wentworth, which aired during daytime television programming in the early 2000s. The advertisements have been widely reference online, similar to commercials for mesothelioma lawsuits and the homeopathic product HeadOn.

    Origin

    In the early 2000s, J.G. Wentworth released a television commercial in which various people yell the phrase “It’s my money and I need it now!” out of windows. On January 14th, 2008, YouTuber PrzFtr uploaded the commercial to YouTube (shown below).



    Spread

    On April 24th, 2008, YouTuber karlinpimsler uploaded a J.G. Wentworth opera-themed commercial, which garnered more than 850,000 views and 880 comments over the next nine years (shown below, left). On January 2nd, 2010, YouTuber DowntownLouBrown’s channel uploaded a parody video in which a guy yells “Hey, shut the fuck up!” at the end of the original commercial (shown below, right).



    On November 7th, 2011, Redditor Lunchable_ submitted a post titled “J.G. Wentworth,” featuring a 60’s Spider-Man image macro with the caption “It’s my money and I need it now!” to /r/funny (shown below, left).[1] On December 30th, a similar 60’s Spider-Man image macro was posted by Redditor Geckos to /r/funny (shown below, right).



    On February 9th, 2012, Redditor Handsome_Harry submitted a J.G. Wentworth-themed “rage comic”: to /r/fffffffuuuuuuuuuuuu[5] (shown below, left). On May 3rd, Redditor Maxatron4000 submitted a picture of a bear with the caption “It’s my salmon / and I want it now” to /r/AdviceAnimals[4] (shown below, right).



    On June 27th, 2016, Tumblr user j4ya[2] posted a Nut Button image macro referencing the J.G. Wentworth commercials (shown below, left). Over the next eight months, the post received more than 173,000 notes. Two days later, Redditor Timetravelinghippie reposted the image macro to /r/FellowKids.[3]
    On January 28th, 2017, the Smitty Werbenjagermanjensen Facebook page posted a photoshopped picture of the ""Cash Me Ousside"": girl over a J.G. Wentworth ad (shown below, right).



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Reddit – J.G. Wentworth

    [2]Tumblr – j4ya

    [3]Reddit – /r/FellowKids

    [4]Reddit – JG Wentworth is branching out

    [5]Reddit – /r/f7u12


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  • 02/14/17--17:50: SHITTYMORPH
  • Redditor “Shittymorph” is quickly gaining a cult following with his unique statements which fall off topic inevitably to the 1998 match between Undertaker and Mankind in Hell in a Cell. Shittymorph has been gaining thousands of karma for his meme posts which are found to be humorous, unique and witty. http://www.reddit.com/user/shittymorph.


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  • 02/14/17--22:12: Corey J AKA Lil C Note
  • About

    Corey J AKA Lil C Note is a child rapper/producer that appeared in Young Thug’s recent music video, titled “Wyclef Jean” he has made a couple songs in the past talking about some questionable topics for his songs. In May of 2014 he uploaded two videos on the same day, one of them was called “Me & My Daddy” which may sound inappropriate but doesn’t have any sexual content.

    Origin

    Lil C Note is more recently known from a quick interview by Zach Goldbaum for the BTS of “Wyclef Jean”. In the interview he kept saying “for short” in a foolish young gangster sort of way.

    Transcript:
    Zach Goldbaum: What’s your name again?

    Lil C Note: Corey J, aka lil C note, but just for short, it’s Corey J or Lil C Note.

    Zach Goldbaum: Or Lil C Note, okay cool.

    Lil C Note: Just for Short

    Zach Goldbaum: Just for short.

    Lil C Note: Just for short.

    Zach Goldbaum: I’m Zach, just for short.

    Lil C Note: Just for short.

    Zach Goldbaum: Just for short.

    Lil C note: You’re right.

    Spread

    It is not a very well known meme but when the meme finally gets big it will have people saying “for short” after saying their full names, and ironically listening to his songs. It already has had an increase in search results since the BTS came out in January 2017

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  • 02/15/17--03:56: Nitric Muscle Fuel
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  • 02/15/17--06:51: PeanutizeMe
  • About

    PeanutizeMe[1] is an Flash-based character generator which allows users to design their own original characters in the style of the comic strip Peanuts.The game became popular based on its ease of use and association with the popular show, but has also gained considerable notoriety for its easily recognizable style and often poor results. Vary similar to Powerpuff Yourself.

    History

    Features

    Various Examples

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  • 02/15/17--07:54: "Straightforward From Here"
  • About

    “Straightforward From Here” refers to a series of jokes on Twitter made in mockery of a tweet by CNN political commentator Sally Kohn. The tweet purported to outline how to make Hillary Clinton the president following a report from The New York Times that officials on President Donald Trump’s campaign team had been in contact with Russian intelligence a year prior to the 2016 United States Presidential Election. The jokes were made in parody of the outlandish and difficult nature of Kohn’s supposedly “straightforward” 5-step plan.

    Origin

    On February 14th, 2017, The New York Times[1] reported that Donald Trump’s campaign had been in contact with Russian intelligence officials a year prior to the election. While American intelligence officials had found no evidence that Trump’s team had actively cooperated in the 2016 Presidential Election Hack, the report nevertheless raised alarms, particularly after the resignation of National Security Adviser Michael Flynn following reports that he had been in contact with Russians.

    The morning after the New York Times article was published, CNN political commentator tweeted a 5-step plan to putting Hillary Clinton in office (shown below).



    Spread

    Immediately following Kohn’s tweet, Twitter users both on the left and the right began criticizing it for the steps it suggests as being straightforward (i.e., impeaching two presidents, calling for an unprecedented special election). After the criticism, many parodies of the tweet[2] emerged mocking its format. The spread of the jokes were covered that morning by New York Magazine[3] and Daily Caller.[4] Kohn later tweeted[5] that her “straightforward” plan was intended sarcastically.

    Various Examples



    Search Interest

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    About

    “Oh no, Doctor Conners class” is a copypasta from the Spiderman 2 video game that is utilized in Spiderman related shitposting.

    Origin

    The quote originates from the on console Spider Man 2 video game released in June 2004 in the beginning act of the game. After a few cutscenes and a tutorial, Peter Parker as Spider Man is given free roam through New York City. The first mission is to make it to Doctor Connors’ class on time, which emphasized in a quote spoken by Parker before having to get to class.

    “Oh no, Doctor Connors’ class.
    I got so caught up in what I was doing I forgot all about it.
    He’s gonna Kill me.”
    Parker commenting about getting to his professor’s class (10:00 in video)

    ROCKCOCK64

    On December 9th, 2011, YouTuber ROCKCOCK64 uploaded a video title “peter whats wrong” to his channel, showcasing Spider-Man 2 gameplay at 50% speed, insinuating Peter Parker as high off of weed. In the video, Parker is swinging around Lower West Side of New York before stating the quote.

    ROCKCOCK 64 would later go on and release more videos involving similar scenarios of Spider-Man being preoccupied before realizing he’s going to be late for his professor’s class and/or being in high-like state during other Spider-Man games, a series he would compile in a playlist called “peter no.”

    Spread

    The quote itself has found its way outside of ROCKCOCK64’s videos, made referenced to in other videos or being utilized in copypasta posts on Spider-Man related memes and videos in similar fashion as Sheev Posting or Bane Posting.



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  • 02/15/17--09:25: Thirsty Ivanka Trump
  • About

    Thirsty Ivanka Trump refers to a series of photographs in which Ivanka Trump appears to be staring longingly at Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

    Origin

    On February 13th, 2017, Ivanka Trump and Justin Trudeau sat next to one another at a roundtable discussion about female business leaders at the White House. During the meeting, Trump was photographed looking in Trudeau’s direction. That day, Twitter user @Phil_Lewis_[3] tweeted several of the photos with the caption "Get you someone that looks at you the way Ivanka Trump looks at Justin Trudeau (shown below). Within 48 hours, the tweet gathered more than 44,000 likes and 22,000 retweets.



    Spread

    That day, other Twitter users posted photographs of Ivanka Trump looking toward Trudeau at the meeting captioned with jokes about her perceived romantic interest in the prime minister (shown below).



    On February 14th, Twitter user @DannyDutch[1] posted several photographs of people looking at Trudeau, including Ivanka Trump, Emma Watson and Donald Trump with the caption “No one is safe from PM Steal Yo Girl!” (shown below). Within 24 hours, the tweet gained over 197,000 likes and 112,000 retweets. The following day, Redditor itsharsha reposted the pictures to /r/pics,[2] where it gained upwards of 33,600 points (84% upvoted) and 2,100 comments within three hours.



    Meanwhile, Redditor datums reposted photographs of Ivanka Trump looking at Trudeau to the /r/GirlsMirin[4] subreddit. In the coming days, several news sites published articles about the online reaction to the photographs, including Mashable,[5] The Daily Dot[6] and The Guardian.[7]

    Search Interest

    Not available.

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    About

    “So I’m Dating This Girl Who Has a Twin Sister…” refers to a copypasta that goes “So I’m dating this girl that has a twin sister, one night I got confused and ended up fucking her dad.”

    Origin

    On April 16th, 2013, SDPnoticias[1] reported a story in which a man was caught sexually abusing his father-in-law after drinking too much alcohol. Four months later, that story appeared to be referenced by Spanish Facebook page WTF,[2] who included the detail that the man intended to have sex with his wife’s twin sister but ended up having sex with the dad.

    Spread

    On July 25th, 2016, Twitter user @DekerGL[3] tweeted “Cuando tu novia tiene una hermana gemela, te confundes, y te coges al papá xdd” (roughly, “When your girlfriend has a twin sister, you get confused, and end up having sex with her dad”) with a picture of a confused penguin from Madagascar. In February of 2017, Instagram user @uncle_skooby[4] tweeted the same joke with an english translation (shown below).

    Various Examples

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  • 02/15/17--10:55: 'Mirin
  • About

    “’Mirin” is an internet slang term short for “admiring,” which was popularized on the BodyBuilding Forums by Zyzz as a way to describe those respectfully viewing the physiques of body builders .

    Origin

    On August 6th, 2008, BodyBuilding Forums member MayhemMaker submitted a post titled “’Mirin Legs” to the Teen Bodybuilding board, including a photograph of his exposed thighs (shown below).[1]



    Spread

    On June 19th, 2010, Urban Dictionary[6] user comeatmebro1 submitted an entry for “mirin,” defining it as “short for admiring” (shown below).



    On January 15th, 2011, YouTuber lee uploaded footage of Zyzz saying “U ’mirin bro?” into a web cam (shown below, left). On November 3rd, 2012, YouTuber True Fox uploaded footage of Zyzz on Chatroulette titled “Zyzz – Chat Roulette – Mirin’” (shown below, right). Within five years, the video gained over 340,000 views and 670 comments.



    On December 27th, 2012, Urban Dictionary[5] user James D Perry submitted an entry for the expression “U Mirin’ Brah?”, defining it as “a rhetorical question, where one fellow male asks another if he’s admiring the aesthetics of your body definition, or weight lifting ability.” On April 24th, 2016, YouTuber Zyzz Brah & Aesthetics Crew uploaded footage of women reacting to bodybuilder Thorben Sartory on Omegle titled “Girls miring Aesthetics” (shown below).



    On Reddit

    The /r/bodybuilding subreddit posts “Mirin’ Mondays” threads on Monday every week, in which users post photographs of their physiques.[4] On June 12th, 2014, Redditor 0510521 launched the /r/GirlsMirin[2] subreddit for photographs of women looking longingly at other men. On January 8th, 2015, the /r/GirlsMirinGirls[3] subreddit was created for photographs of women looking at other women.

    Related Memes

    Thirsty Ivanka Trump

    Thirsty Ivanka Trump refers to a series of photographs in which Ivanka Trump appears to be staring longingly at Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Bodybuilding Forums – Mirin Legs?

    [2]Reddit – /r/GirlsMirin

    [3]Reddit – /r/GirlsMirinGirls

    [4]Reddit – Mirin Mondays

    [5]Urban Dictionary – U Mirin Brah

    [6]Urban Dictionary – mirin


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  • 02/15/17--13:33: Revive
  • About

    Revive refers to a photoshop and image macro series featuring jokes about being revived in the game Call of Duty: Black Ops, often accompanied by the caption “Revive me, I have a ray gun.”

    Origin

    In the Zombie Mode in the first person shooter Call of Duty: Black Ops players can revive other downed teammates. On January 29th, 2011, GameFAQs Forums[1] member mistahtom submitted a post complaining about children who beg for players to revive them because they are equipped with the Ray Gun weapon in Zombie Mode matches.

    Spread

    On August 12th, 2016, YouTuber mcsportzhawk uploaded a “prank”: video in which he falls down in public and asks random people to “revive him” because he has “a ray gun” (shown below).



    On December 1st, Redditor CheckUrKek submitted a photograph of deceased Cuban leader “Fidel Castro”: at his funeral with the caption “Revive / Press & hold X to revive player” to /r/dankmemes[3] (shown below).



    On February 14th, Redditor TroggyBoi submitted a picture of a casket with a swastika on it photoshopped with the “Revive” icon titled “‘Revive me, idiots’ – Adolf Hitler” (shown below, left). That day, the @gaming_memez[4] Instagram feed posted a photograph of a man laying on the ground clutching his chest with the “Revive” icon over his body and the caption “plz I have a ray gun” (shown below, right). Within 24 hours, the post gained over 8,600 likes and 240 comments.



    On February 15th, 2017, the /r/ReviveMemes[2] subreddit was launched for Revive photoshops and image macro examples.

    Search Interest

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  • 02/15/17--15:40: Garfield, Go Back to Bed
  • About

    Garfield, Go Back to Bed is a one panel comic of Garfield waking John up.

    Origin

    Spread

    Various Examples



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  • 02/08/17--13:24: Easy D
  • About

    “Easy D” is an expression tweeted by United States President Donald Trump, presumably as a shorthand for “easy decision,” which was widely mocked on Twitter due to its similarity to the name of the deceased rapper “Eazy-E” and the euphemism “The D”.

    Origin

    On February 8th, 2017, Donald Trump posted a tweet about a “big increase in traffic” into the United States causing the American people to be “more vulnerable” while waiting for “what should be Easy D!,” presumably referring to an ongoing court battle over his executive order on immigration (shown below).[1]



    Spread

    Immediately after the tweet was posted, Twitter users began mocking the use of the shorthand “Easy D” as if it were a euphemism for “dick” (shown below).



    Meanwhile, other Twitter users posted photoshops of Trump’s faced superimposed on to photographs of the deceased rapper Easy-E (shown below). Meanwhile, Redditor Go_To_Bethel_And_Sin submitted a post asking “What is Easy D?” to /r/OutOfTheLoop.[2]



    In the coming days, several news sites published articles about the online reaction to Trump’s tweet, including The Daily Dot,[3] NY Daily News,[4] The Guardian,[5] Slate[6] and UpRoxx.[7]

    Search Interest

    Not available.

    External References


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