Are you the publisher? Claim or contact us about this channel


Embed this content in your HTML

Search

Report adult content:

click to rate:

Account: (login)

More Channels


Showcase


Channel Catalog


Channel Description:

New entries added to the Internet Meme Database

older | 1 | .... | 334 | 335 | (Page 336) | 337 | 338 | .... | 636 | newer

    0 0
  • 02/16/17--02:39: Increasingly Verbose Meme
  • Another of those increasingly verbose memes on Arnold’s “I will be back” from the Terminator series.


    0 0

    An elaborate meme on US Prez. Donald Trump’s douchebaggery on the female genitalia.


    0 0
  • 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


    0 0
  • 02/16/17--09:41: Shaq Sings
  • About

    Shaq Sings is an image macro series featuring a screen captured image of retired professional basketball player Shaquille O’Neal singing.

    Origin

    On February 9th, 2017, Twitter user @_kbelijr[2] posted a screen captured image of O’Neal singing with the caption “I keep on falling… innnnnn” (shown below). Within one week, the tweet garnered upwards of 43,000 likes and 36,000 retweets.

    Precursor: Spongebob Sings

    On September 30th, 2015, Twitter user @foxygrandpa62 posted a screencapture of Spongebob Squarepants singing with the caption “the best time to wear a striped sweater… is all the time” (shown below). Within two years, the tweet gained over 2,300 likes and 1,900 retweets.



    Spread

    On February 15th, Redditor McBeastly3358 posted the the O’Neal image with the caption “Out in di streets, dem call it murrrderrr” (shown below). Within 24 hours, the post received more than 4,400 votes (95% upvoted) and 100 comments on /r/BlackPeopleTwitter.[1]



    Search Interest

    Not available.

    External References

    [1]Reddit – Jamaaica Jamaaaica

    [2]Twitter – @_kbellijr

    [3]


    0 0
  • 02/16/17--10:19: Deep Fried Memes
  • About

    Deep Fried Memes are a style of meme wherein an image is run through dozens of filters to the point where the image appears grainy, washed-out, and strangely colored. Often, they’re applied in memes popular on Black Twitter such as Real Nigga Hours and Spell ICUP Nigga.

    Origin

    While the origin of the “deep fried meme” is unknown, the earliest known post to call the image type a “deep fried meme” was posted to Tumblr on March 24th, 2015 by paparoachscarsmp3[2] (shown below).



    Spread

    On August 12th, 2015, a Tumblr devoted to Deep Fried Memes, deep-fried-memes,[4] launched. Shortly after the first appearance of deep fried memes, they gained popularity when they were used during the rise of Real Nigga Hours and Smash the Like the like. On August 19th, 2015, the Facebook page Real Nigga Hours Who Up[1] posted their first “deep-fried” image (shown below).



    On October 6th, 2015, JesusHChristOnABike started /r/DeepFriedMemes,[3] a subreddit devoted to posting deep fried images. The subreddit has over 9,000 subscribers as of February 16th, 2017. On November 21st, 2016, Urban Dictionary user memegod420 uploaded a definition to the site,[5] writing, “When a high quality meme is screen shot, reposted and re-filtered so many times over that it has a yellowish, low quality resolution and looks like it was deep fried.”

    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    External References


    0 0
  • 02/16/17--12:35: Drew Scanlon Reaction
  • About

    Drew Scanlon Reaction is a GIF of Drew Scanlon, video editor and podcaster at video game website Giant Bomb. The GIF of Scanlon is used as a reaction image capturing feeling slightly insulted or confused.

    Origin

    The earliest known post to use the GIF of Scanlon was a comment by Tokubetsu responding to a comic about Kanye West and Future posted to a NeoGAF thread on July 27th, 2015.[1]



    Spread

    The GIF had been around for nearly two years, it was not until February 2017 that it spiked in popularity on Twitter. On February 5th, user @eksbl[2] used it in a tweet describing his reaction in biology class, gaining nearly 50,000 retweets.




    In the coming week, several other tweets employing the GIF would gain tens of thousands of retweets. Meanwhile, fan threads on GiantBomb’s forums[3] and NeoGAF[4] discussed the transformation of Scanlon into a meme.

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    Unavailable

    External References

    [1]NeoGaf – Comment

    [2]Twitter – @eskbl"

    [3]GiantBomb – Drew/Jeff meme pictures

    [4]NeoGAF – "Giant Bomb #26 | search white man blinking gif ":http://67.227.255.239/forum/showthread.php?t=1329513&page=341


    0 0
  • 02/16/17--17:08: El Perrito Super Gordito
  • About

    El Perrito Super Gordito is a photo of an obese dog laying on sand. The phrase in Spanish Translates to “The Super Fat Doggy” It has become the subject of various photoshops and parodies.

    Origin

    It is currently unknown where the image of the dog orgnated. However, it has been online since at least 2007, often used without attribution in posts dealing with pet obesity prior to it’s usage as a meme.

    Spread

    On January 14th 2015, the Facebook page PerritoSuperGordito was created[3]

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    External References


    0 0
  • 02/16/17--18:24: My Next Chapter
  • About

    My Next Chapter is a meme related to Kevin Durant, a basketball player for the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association, that is popular in /r/nba, the NBA subreddit on reddit. When the Golden State Warriors lose a game, a user will photoshop a picture of Kevin Durant so that his shirt has a logo of the team the Warriors just lost to on it – implying that he will join them because he lost to them.

    Origin

    In July of 2016, after becoming an unrestricted free agent, Kevin Durant announced via an article entitled My Next Chapter in The Players’ Tribune that he was joining the Golden State Warriors after having spent his entire previous career with the Oklahoma City Thunder (including his rookie year, when they were still the Seattle SuperSonics). The move was criticized by NBA fans, players, and commentators, as the Golden State Warriors were already the best team in the NBA and had just broken the regular season win record the previous year by going 73-9. Moreover, Kevin Durant’s previous team, the Thunder, had already made it to the 2012 Finals (losing to the Miami Heat in 5 games) and were considered a championship-caliber team – leading many to believe Durant signed with the Warriors because they were the easiest team for him to win a championship on.

    The meme itself stems from the fact that, in the 2016 Western Conference Finals, the Thunder lost to the Warriors in seven games after blowing a 3-1 series lead (right before the Warriors would infamously do the same). Durant was viewed negatively for having joined the team that just beat him, which provided the basis for the meme.

    Spread

    After the 2016-17 regular season began, users on /r/nba began posting photoshopped versions of Kevin Durant’s picture from the “My Next Chapter” article every time the Warriors lost a game, using the logo of the winning team. These comments are highly upvoted and the meme is considered a staple of /r/nba:

    -

    -

    ]


    0 0

    Many redditors have been posting comments recently regarding a wrestling match from 1998 between Mankind and Undertaker. The statement usually starts off related to the subject of the post but quickly derails into a reminder not to forget about the wrestling match.

    It was started by redditor Shittymorph and has been reposted by dozens of people since. Shittymorph continues to post the comment to much fanfare. It has now spread to facebook and other popular websites.

    Despite being a new meme, it’s starting to show up everywhere. Even if it ends up being a flash in the pan, it’s reached the point now where it belongs to be listed.

    Edit: the sheer gall of these knowyourmeme people. It’s shameful. Memes belong to the people, and clearly the people know this meme. Perhaps this insolent knowyourmeme mod was unable to properly fulfill his responsibilities because he was busy reminiscing about that one time in 1998 when the Undertaker threw Mankind off Hell In A Cell, and plummeted 16ft through an announcer’s table.

    https://www.reddit.com/r/OutOfTheLoop/comments/5sja7v/whats_this_whole_1998_undertaker_meme/


    0 0
  • 02/16/17--23:43: Micheal_P
  • About

    Micheal_P, most commonly known as the “screaming Roblox kid”, is a young Roblox user who has gotten unsuspectingly popular in the course of 2016.

    Origin

    The first video posted by Micheal_P involves him visiting a strip club on Roblox. It starts off with Micheal_P spawning into the server under the username “F_uck.” As he turns his camera the other way, he is in shock to see a 2D animated Snoop Dogg dancing in the corner, and even more so as he discovers the first tool in his backpack allows him to flip the bird and say “fuck her right in the pussy.” After the first dose of screaming, Micheal_P begins to enter the strip club itself, screaming into his microphone as nude Robloxian women appear on screen. This iconic “Vip lounge? What is this?” followed by a shriek happens as he’s leaving the strip club.

    Spread

    Micheal_P’s most notable video known as “roblox inaproprite plase 2!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.wmv” is the most commonly used for meme creation, which usually involve brutal suicides using the featured scream, or other forms of flying through the air at high speeds to inevitable death. Some of these add theRoblox Death Sound at the impact point of death.


    0 0
  • 02/17/17--04:55: Tiny Trumps
  • About

    “Tiny Trumps” is a viral trend originating from Reddit that features images of Donald Trump modified to make him look miniature (usually around 2 feet tall).

    Origin

    The trend originated from a post by used theLAZYmd in the subreddit r/pics on February 16, 2017 titled “I made Trump 2 ft tall. It makes him look cute next to the secret service.” The post has currently over 53,000 upvotes.

    Spread

    Within the next day, several similar images were made and circulated around Reddit, resulting in the creation of the subreddit r/TinyTrumps by user revolution486. The subreddit currently has over 7,000 subscribers.

    Search Interest

    External References


    0 0
  • 02/17/17--06:37: Wildo the Dildo
  • About

    Wildo the Dildo is a fictional character referenced to in a tweet by Paul Hunt (@pahunt1978) in which he says he received a letter home from his sons primary school. The letter explains that his son and a few of his friends have an imaginary friend named Wildo the Dildo.


    Spread

    The tweet gained immediate popularity, gaining over and was also featured on iFunny and a definition added to Urban Dictionary


    0 0
  • 02/17/17--08:40: Sandsverse
  • About

    Sandsverse is a community of Tumblr bloggers who post as animal merchants. After starting as a joke between a few bloggers in 2014, many others attempted to join in the universe, which led to the creation of a lore surrounding the subculture. The popularity of the spread lead the original members to go on hiatus until a potential Alternate Reality Game was posted in early 2017.

    Origin

    On September 23rd, 2014, Tumblr account Sandsvendor100 made its first post[1] introducing its character, Seymour the Tapir. This marked the first entry into the Sandsverse.

    Spread

    2017 Resurgence

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    External References


    0 0
  • 02/17/17--10:32: Bimbofication
  • About

    Bimbofication is a type of fetish and genre of fan art in which people are transformed into hypersexualized caricatures of themselves, typically featuring exaggerated secondary sexual characteristics. Online, the genre is hotly debated among those who argue it promotes misogyny and those who claim it is a harmless kink.

    Origin

    [Researching]

    Spread

    On June 18th, 2011, YouTuber MrUrsulaHitler uploaded a video discussing whether the bimbofication fetish is “sexy or sexist” (shown below).



    On February 22nd, 2013, the /r/bimbofication[1] subreddit was launched as “a place to share fan fiction involving a female (or male) being transformed into a bimbo.”

    On January 11th, 2015, the bimbotransformation YouTube channel uploaded a skit in which a business woman is gradually transformed into a hypersexualized version of herself by a man with a magical remote control (shown below).



    On November 4th, Urban Dictionary[5] user Faultliner submitted an entry for “bimbofication,” defining it as a “sexual fetish.” As of February 2017, there are over 8,800 results for the keyword “bimbofication” on DeviantArt.[6]

    Debimbofication Controversy

    On February 9th, 2017, DeviantArtist Sortimid posted an illustration of a tanned, blonde woman in heels and a dress transforming into a brunette in jeans after reading a book titled “CMSN– De-bimbofication” (shown below). On February 15th, 2017, Twitter user @hausofriya[3] reposted the illustration, stating that the person’s mother would be embarassed that they drew the artwork (shown below). Within 48 hours, the tweet gained over 54,000 likes and 26,400 retweets.



    On February 15th, YouTuber “Philip DeFranco”: uploading a video discussing the controversy, in which he noted that the illustration wasn’t meant to be a misogynistic social commentary, but was merely a genre of erotic fan art (shown below). In two days, the video received more than 1.03 million views and 9,400 comments. That day, BuzzFeed[4] published an article titled “This Sexist Cartoon Everyone Is Freaking Out About Is Actually Fetish Porn.”



    Search Interest

    External References


    0 0

    About

    “So Much For The Tolerant Left” is a quote used by leftist Twitter to mock conservatives who sincerely use the phrase to describe examples of when they feel the left is intolerant of their beliefs.

    Origin

    While the origin of the phrase is unknown, it has long been a part of conservative dialogue in an effort to expose liberal hypocrisy. For example, on October 30th, 2016, conservative blog Patheos published an article by Bristol Palin titled “Top 10 times the ‘tolerant’ Left wasn’t so tolerant,”[1] where it cited examples such as “When the Left rejoiced in the death of a constitutional lawyer and renowned conservative activist” (referring to the leftist celebration of the death of Phyllis Schlafly, who fought against feminism, abortion, etc.) and “When black students refused to share residence with white people.”

    Spread

    Events such as the Inauguration of Donald Trump, Richard Spencer Punched in the Face, the "Milo Berkley Protest":memes/events/2017-milo-yiannopoulos-uc-berkeley-protest, and the rise of modern Antifa groups started a national dialogue about free speech and what the left should and should not tolerate. For conservatives, the violent reaction to Trump’s presidency was an example of liberal intolerance of conservative views.

    Around the same time, liberals began lampooning this view in jokes where the set up would be the poster facing an absurd scenario of oppression, followed by the punchline, “so much for the tolerant left” (example shown below).



    On February 17th, Buzzfeed[2] compiled a series of tweets cataloguing the surge in “so much for the tolerant left” jokes.

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Patheos – Top 10 times the “tolerant” Left wasn’t so tolerant

    [2]Buzzfeed – "25 Tweets That Expose The So-Called “Tolerant Left”


    0 0
  • 02/17/17--12:48: Absolutely Wasted Al
  • Origin

    On 26th January 2015, a gentleman named Alexander Robertson posted a selfie of them drinking Greene King IPA in the group “UK Simpsons II”. He requested for good Simpsons episodes to watch whilst intoxicated, or as he referred to it as “absolutely wasted”. Initially, he was received with backlash and ‘roasting’, with members mocking him for his physical appearance and lifestyle, however the original thread (now deleted) did become calmer and made more obscure Simpsons references with him photoshopped in.

    After the initial thread was finished, many others cropped up including more Simpsons references & photo edits. The popularity of Absolutely Wasted skyrocketed in the following months, with an influx of additional members thanks to a BuzzFeed article created on it, although it did see the ‘creator’ leave the group due to bullying from new members.

    Overall, the past two years that this meme has been in existence, it has drawn mainly positive reactions from the originator and from other related posts and has been one of the most recognisable memes in the group and was voted as the 4th most popular meme of 2016, and most popular in 2015.

    You can see the BuzzFeed article here: https://www.buzzfeed.com/armintamzarian/dont-mind-me-im-just-getting-absolutely-wasted-1n0c/v


    0 0
  • 02/17/17--12:56: Trivago
  • About

    Trivago is a series of parodies and image macros mocking commercials for the German internet services company Trivago, which specializes in tools for booking hotels and other lodging.

    Origin

    On May 11th, 2013, Trivago released a commercial in which actor Tim Williams explains how to user Trivago search to find hotels (shown below).



    On August 25th, 2014, Instagram user @raptorsmemez[4] posted a “Batman Slapping Robin”: image macro photoshopped with Williams’ face (shown below).



    Spread

    On September 12th, 2014, Funny Or Die released a parody of Trivago commercials titled “Trivago Guy” (shown below).



    On February 5th, 2017, Twitter user @Baleinho[1] posted a tweet comparing Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler followed by “Mystery? Maybe. Hotel? Trivago” (shown below). Within two weeks, the tweet gained over 83,000 likes and 67,000 retweets. On February 11th, the @edgy4days3[2] Instagram posted the tweet above a screenshot of a Trivago commercial, garnering more than 12,100 likes over the next week (shown below, right).



    On February 17th, 2017, Redditor submitted a post asking if “Trivago memes have any long term potential in the current marketplace?” to /r/memeeconomy,[3] where it gained over 20,900 votes (79% upvoted) and 300 comments within 24 hours.

    Search Interest

    External References


    0 0
  • 02/17/17--15:58: Expanding Brain
  • This meme is commonly found on various social media sites. It originated around January or February of 2017, but the exact origin is unknown. This meme cannot be found via search engine at the time of writing due to its lack of name.

    The meme consists of usually three rows and two columns. On the left column, there is an image or some text that shows some increasing intensity of the subject with each row. In the right column, there is an image of a 3D-rendered brain inside the skull that gets bigger and more colorful with each row.

    Due to the lack of sources and information on this meme, some examples will be provided as proof that this meme does exist and requires more research.

    Source: Reddit
    https://i.redd.it/18j4uxvuncgy.png
    https://i.redd.it/63ou6vdxrfgy.png
    http://imgur.com/a/zPomk (It came from a Reddit post)

    Source: Facebook
    https://www.facebook.com/IHCDASM/photos/a.1216609105020758.1073741827.1216608408354161/1553374144677584/?type=3&theater

    The author of this page apologizes for the lack of information on this page, but this meme needed to be indexed.


    0 0

    Jackson Pinchot’s introductory phrase in the beginning of his videos, which has become a meme that we all know and love.


    0 0
  • 02/18/17--19:29: If You're Cold They're Cold
  • About

    If You’re Cold They’re Cold. Bring Them Inside refers to a phrase requesting pet owners to bring their pets inside during winter months. While it appears to have been originally intended to be taken seriously, the phrase later gained further spread as a joke, using images of animals not traditionally seen as pets, as well as creepy beings with the phrase applied to them.

    Origin

    The first usage of the phrase “If You Are Cold They Are Cold” appears to have been from the Facebook page LoveAllAnimalsForever[1]. While the image is no longer present on the page, it was likely posted around January 2013. The image advocates for bringing animals inside during cold temperatures.

    This image was later posted and used on other sites advocating for pet care [2]

    On January 21st 2013, the Facebook page Angelic Dog Treats posted a similar image [4] with the phrase “If it’s too cold for you it’s too cold for your pet. Bring them inside.”

    Spread

    On February 12th 2015, a blogger on the Farm site Progressive Cattle made a post about the meme[5]. While they found one instance of the meme humorous (seen below), they also felt that it “might appear to a consumer as dismissive of animal needs.” and talked about the relationship between ranchers and the public perceptions of what they do.

    On January 27th 2016, the site RichWatch made a post explaining that many animals are fine in snowy conditions. [6]

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    External References


older | 1 | .... | 334 | 335 | (Page 336) | 337 | 338 | .... | 636 | newer