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  • 02/23/17--09:04: Who Remembers This as a Kid
  • About

    Who Remembers This as a Kid is a series of image macros sarcastically asking if viewers recall various disturbing or ridiculous events as children, which are typically used to mock 90s nostalgia social media posts.

    Origin

    Spread

    On February 25th, 2016, Twitter user @SpaniardGod[1] tweeted several juice drinks next to a picture of purple drank with the caption "I miss coming home from school and drinking these (shown below). Within one year, the tweet recieved more than 230 likes and 230 retweets.



    On May 6th, Redditor offandthenonagain submitted an image asking “who remembers playing with these as a kid,” featuring pictures of LEGOs, a Furby, a Game Boy and a priest (shown below, left). Prior to being archived, the post gained over 12,500 votes (85% upvoted) and 100 comments on /r/ImGoingToHellForThis.[2] On May 13th, Twitter user @ayyjqce[5] posted a photograph of a “Center for Autism” along with the caption “who else remembers hanging out here as a kid?” (shown below, right).



    On September 15th, the @NoChillPosts[4] Twitter feed posted a picture of several snacks next to a picture of a priest with the caption “who remembers sucking on these as a kid?” (shown below, left). On February 21st, 2017, Redditor pm_me_zoella_pics posted pictures of children’s retail stores next to a photograph of a van with the caption “You haven’t had a lit childhood unless you’ve been to all of these places” (shown below). Within 24 hours, the post gained over 1,200 votes (97% upvoted) and 35 comments on /r/dankmemes.[3]



    Search Interest

    Not available.

    External References


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  • 02/23/17--12:06: This is Where the Fun Begins
  • About

    This is Where the Fun Begins is an image macro series featuring a screen capture of the character Anakin Skywalker from a scene in the 2005 film Star Wars Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith.

    Origin

    In Revenge of the Sith, the character Anakin Skywalker is shown uttering the line “This is where the fun begins” while flying a spacecraft in pursuit of an assassin (shown below).



    Spread

    On February 7th, Redditor Trumps_guacadviser submitted an image macro with the caption “When you walk in your room and your uncle is naked on your bed” to /r/dankmemes[2] (shown below). That day, Redditor liliceberg submitted a post speculating that “This is where the fun begins memes about to explode” to /r/memeeconomy.[1]



    On February 17th, Redditor awesumepizza submitted another screen captured image of Skywalker titled “Is this where the fun begins?”, captioned with a joke about sex with a pregnant woman (shown below). Within one week, the post garnered upwards of 1,800 points (98% upvoted) and 40 comments on /r/dankmemes.[3]



    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 02/23/17--12:46: They're Good Dogs Brent
  • About

    They’re Good Dogs Brent is a quote from Twitter account @dog_rates that has grown into a popular way to dismiss an argument on the social media platform.

    Origin

    The Twitter account We Rate Dogs (@dog_rates) is devoted to humorously reviewing pictures of dogs doing adorable poses. It has acquired over 1.36 million followers since its inception.

    Spread

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 02/23/17--17:27: Adult Wormy Closeup
  • About

    Adult Wormy Closeup is a video series of the character Wormy from the animated series “SpongeBob SquarePants”.

    Origin

    In the epode “Wormy”, Wormy goes through quick metamorphosis and becomes a monarch butterfly. When they come back in the morning, Patrick and SpongeBob think their new friend was eaten by the butterfly. They go berserk as they try to trap the “monster” by disguising Patrick as bait.



    Spread

    W.I.P.

    Various Examples



    Search Interest


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  • 02/24/17--08:42: Kemono Friends
  • [w.i.p. shove off until I’m done]

    About

    Kemono Friends is a Japanese mobile game published by Nexon for iOS and Android in 2015, later adapted into a CG animated “anime”: series on January 10, 2017. Despite the mobile game being shut down on December 14, 2016, the series garnered popularity in Japan after the debut of the anime series, spawning a large fandom with a number of fan creations

    History

    Kemono Friends first originated as an iOS and Android game, first published by Nexon in March 2015, before finally being shut down on December 14 2016. To coincide with the launch of the original mobile game, a manga series based on the game was also released, first serialised in Kadokawa Shoten’s Shōnen Ace starting in May 2015, and later compiled into it’s first tankōbon volume and released on December 26, 2016. An CGI anime adaptation of the series, created by studio Yaoyorozu, with the first episode airing on January 10, 2017, and is simulcasted in the west by Crunchyroll.

    Reception

    Online Relevance

    Fandom

    Notable Sub-Memes

    Welcome to Japari Park

    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 02/24/17--09:37: Brianna Wu
  • About

    Brianna Wu is a video game developer, computer programmer, and politician, as well as the cofounder of independent video game development studio Giant Spacekat. She entered the public eye following the harassment she received during GamerGate. Following the 2016 United States Presidential Election, she announced that she would run for a seat in the United States Congress against Massachusetts Rep. Stephen F. Lynch.

    History

    Wu cofounded Giant Spacekat in 2010 with Amanda Stenquist Warner, adding Maria Enderton as lead programmer.[1] Wu was the developer of the studio’s first iOS game, Revolution 60, released in July 2014. The game featured female protagonists and was critically acclaimed, listed as one of the ten best indie games when it was demoed at Pax East 2013. Wu also was the cohost of the podcast Isometric, which ran from 2014 to 2016 before it ended, and is now cohost of the podcast Disruption.

    GamerGate-related Harassment

    In October of 2014, Wu posted tweets critical of pro-GamerGate advocates, mocking their fight against “an apocalyptic future where women are 8 percent of programmers and not 3 percent.” On October 10th, an anonymous user on 8chan posted Wu’s address, phone number and email to the /gg/ (GamerGate) board. Several users responded denouncing the post and raising suspicions that it was part of a false flag attack (shown below, left). That evening, Wu tweeted that she was contacting the police after receiving threats from a Twitter account named “Death to Brianna” (shown below, right).


           

    On October 13th, MSNBC covered #Gamergate with Eric Johnson and Brianna wu during which Wu claimed the death threats she received came from #Gamergate and 8chan.co (shown below, left). On October 14th, Frederick Brennan and Brianna Wu were featured on a Huffpost live segment in which Wu blamed Brennan and #Gamergate for her doxing, after which Brennan refuted the mistakes of Brianna’s explanation (shown below, right).
    On March 17th, 2016, Syfy channel aired episode 102 of “The internet ruined my life”. It featured an interview with Brianna Wu about the death threats she received.



    Wu set up a legal fund for families affected by GamerGate and offered an $11,000 reward for anyone who provided information that led to the prosecution of those who sent her death threats.

    Run for Congress

    Following the 2016 Presidential Election, Wu announced that she would be running for a seat in the United States against representative Stephen F. Lynch of Massachusetts. Wu cited her fight against the alt-right as evidence she could fight conservative forces in the United States government. On January 17th, 2017, she officially announced her run and posted a video supporting her campaign (shown below).



    Brianna Wu for Congress 2018 from Brianna Wu on Vimeo.


    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – Brianna Wu


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  • 02/24/17--10:32: 4chan Alien Sighting Hoax
  • Overview

    4chan Alien Sighting Hoax refers to a photoshopped image purportedly taken of an alien at the Luke Air Force Base in Phoenix, Arizona, which was submitted to 4chan as a hoax in late February 2017. Due to a temporary server outage following the posting of the image, many speculated that it was being scrubbed off the internet due to a reptilian government conspiracy.

    Background

    On February 22nd, 2017, an image purportedly showing an alien was posted to 4chan titled “24489 Taken Aprox 24 miles north west of Luke Air Force Base Phoenix Az. Lab H4C” (shown below). That morning, several Cloudflare servers went down, leading to 4chan going offline.



    Developments

    That day, a 4chan user submitted a thread to /pol/ saying they heard “something about an alien being posted before the site went down” (shown below).[4]



    Meanwhile, a Pastebin[1] page was created with relevant links and information about the alien photograph post. Also on February 22nd, various 4chan posts were created claiming that the image was being covered up by the government.[7][8] On February 23rd, Redditor Grizzlepash submitted a post to /r/conspiracy[2] claiming that alien posts were being “aggresively censored” on 4chan boards. Meanwhile, a 4chan user submitted a post detailing how the image was a hoax orchestrated by a “shitposting Discord group” (shown below).



    Also on February 23rd, an image outlining how the image was faked began circulating on both 4chan and Reddit, including a post on the /r/OutOfTheLoop[5] subreddit (shown below). On February 24th, the internet news site Heavy[3] published an article about the conspiracy theories surrounding the picture.



    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 02/24/17--10:55: Hot Pockets Box Parodies
  • About

    Hot Pockets Box Parodies are images of the box for the snack food Hot Pockets are photoshopped to make it appear as though the flavor of the hot pockets within are something disgusting.

    Origin

    While it’s unclear which post was the first to photoshop the Hot Pockets box, variations began appearing on Instagram in November of 2016. One of the earliest, posted on November 7th by savageryfarm,[1] made the box appear to have sand flavored hot pockets, presumably a King of the Hill reference.

    Spread

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    Unavailable

    External References

    [1]Instagram – savageryfarm post


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  • 02/24/17--12:12: Sleeping Shaq
  • About

    Sleeping Shaq is a multi-pane exploitable image series featuring descriptions of various events paired with a photoshopped picture of retired professional basketball player Shaquille O’Neal in different states of wakefulness, bearing many similarities to the Expanding Brain series.

    Origin

    On April 2nd, 2009, the advertising news blog AdWeek[1] posted an article titled “Why Aren’t More Athletes Making Better Use of Facebook Public Profiles?”, which contained a photograph of O’Neal sleeping (shown below, left). On July 24th, 2016, the Thot Patrol Facebook[4] page posted a picture of O’Neal waking up for thots (shown below, right).



    Spread

    On February 9th, Twitter user @Krazygio[5] posted photshopped versions of the O’Neal photograph along with a Whomst-style caption (shown below). Within three weeks, the tweet gathered upwards of 1,300 likes and 600 retweets.



    On February 14th, 2017, Twitter user @shamanabeats[2] uploaded a version in which Shaq awakens to people eating his spaghetti (shown below, left). Within two weeks, the tweet gained over 700 likes and 300 retweets. On February 16th, Redditor leejahn reposted @Krazygio’s tweet to /r/BlackPeopleTwitter,[6] where it received upwards of 1,500 votes (94% upvoted) and 20 comments over the next week. The following day, Redditor Drewbertt73 posted an image in which O’Neal becomes “ascended” when his “limited edition Matrix VHS collection” is stolen to /r/dankmemes[7] (shown below, right).



    On February 20th, Redditor legofroninja submitted an image of Shaq reacting to gunshots, “griefing”: in Minecraft and cheaters on Roblox to /r/memeeconomy,[3] claiming that “Sleeping Shaq memes are rising at a considerable rate” (shown below, left). On February 24th, Redditor thevaginalshit submitted a pciture of Shaq awakening to someone “talking shit ’bout my brand new Bionicle set” to /r/dankmemes[8] (shown below, right).



    Search Interest

    Not available.

    External References


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    About

    Washington Post Slogan Parodies refer to photoshopped images making fun of The Washington Post’s slogan, “Democracy Dies in Darkness,” which was implemented in February of 2017.

    Origin

    On February 21st, 2017, The Washington Post changed their slogan on the website to read “Democracy Dies in Darkness.”[1] The quote is meant to demonstrate to readers that The Washington Post will provide strong journalistic coverage of politics. Readers speculated that it is aimed at the Donald Trump administration, which has been very combative with the press, particularly with media outlets that he believes cover him unfavorably, but The Washington Post’s Jeff Bezos denies the claim.



    Spread

    Immediately after the slogan was rolled out, members of Twitter took to mocking its particularly foreboding tone by photoshopping various other dark-sounding slogans beneath the Washington Post logo. For example, one of the earliest jokes by @emerylord[2] changed the slogan to “Nice try, withered apricot.”



    Slate[3] published an article, “15 Metal Albums Whose Titles Are Less Dark Than the Washington Post’s New Motto,” the following day. Bustle[4] also posted an article rounding up reactions to and photoshops of the new slogan that day. It was also riffed on by Stephen Colbert on his show, according to a Washington Post[5] explainer of the slogan.

    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 02/24/17--13:17: Yeah but solid snake
  • Who is Arlo
    Arlo is a youtuber who makes Nintendo videos under the face of a blue puppet
    Origin of the meme
    This meme originates from a video by Arlo about his struggle to be spoiler free with the upcoming LOZ, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. He talks in the video about a spoiler about brawl where they talked about the new brawl trailer when he was in jr college. He said about him not wanting any spoilers, and he replied with this gem of a line “Yeah, but solid snake”
    Spread
    When this video was made it spread like wildfire. In his recent video you can see pages of comments and replies saying Yeah but solid snake and people trying to make it a meme.


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    About

    When You Forget Your Headphones is a reaction image series revolving around the commonly shared experience of forgetting to take one’s headphones before heading outside, particularly the feeling of dismay upon realizing it at a distance away from home.

    Origin

    [researching]

    Spread

    [researching]

    Search Interest

    External References

    Reddit – "":https://www.reddit.com/r/headphones/comments/5sea04/when_you_forget_your_headphones_and_this_is_the/

    Reddit – When you work at a hospital and you forget your headphones

    Twitter – CommonWhiteGirl’s Tweet

    9GAG – When you Forget Your Headphones


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  • 02/24/17--17:58: komaedalovemail
  • About:

    komaedalovemail is a Tumblr blog run by undetermined number of mods (though the blog’s description claims that there are 7,000 of them to answer the questions of the masses). The blog produces unarguably confusing content on a daily basis with usually no context whatsoever as to what exactly any given post means. This string of content has spawned numerous theories as well as another tumblr dedicated to uncovering what the mods are trying to convey, fittingly titled uncoveringklm.tumblr.com.

    The current blog theme has a background of tiled, white and gold angelic structures, slightly warped by a light emitted from each of them. The posts, about section, and scroll bar are a pale grey with darker grey or golden text. The blog’s current icon is of the popular video game/anime character Nagito Komaeda from the Japanese murder mystery series Danganronpa, extending his hand out to the viewer from what is presumably an internet paint program (most likely Paint Tool SAI), alongside the protagonist of the series’s second installment, Super Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair, Hajime Hinata, with a neutral or mildly surprised facial expression from within the same program. Previous icons include an in-game sprite of Nagito Komaeda looking down at his hand (not shown in the icon) on a white background, surrounded by three light pink hearts, and one slightly darker pink heart in his hair, and another sprite of Komaeda pointing at the viewer on a grey background, only edited so he is wearing black sunglasses.


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    This is from a camp video. The video is about a game called the name game. I don’t know why this is actually a meme. There have been a couple remixes of the video.

    Example of the first remix of this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vt3liRpxo2Q


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  • 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


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  • 02/25/17--02:56: Nshama Town Square Dubai
  • Nshama one of the notable architects revealed that it has moved Town Square Apartments, a planned private change near the Al Barsha zone in Dubai.

    Spread across more than 750 areas of place that is known for land, Town Square will incorporate 3,000 townhouses and 18,000 lofts in totaling to retail, friendliness and specialty units.


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  • 02/25/17--06:24: web design services
  • Professional Web Design Services & Development Solution starting from $300 with a money back guarantee in China, USA, Canada, UK & Australia.
    http://digitalpixels.co/services/web-design-services/


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  • 02/25/17--07:48: Majora's Mask
  • [w.i.p. If you want to complain, send all complaints to Jacob. I’m sure he’d be able to deal with them much more efficiently than myself]

    About

    The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask is the sixth entry into the “Legend of Zelda”:, released in 2000 by game developer “Nintendo”: for the Nintendo 64 console. Upon release, the game garnered a notable following within the Legend of Zelda fandom, due to it’s darker tone and 3-day mechanic.

    Premise

    Majora’s Mask follows Young Link, a few months following the events of Ocarina of Time, searching for his partner "Navi":. However, while exploring, he is ambushed by a masked Skull Kid, who steals Epona and his Ocarina, and transports him to the parallel world of Termina, where he is tasked with stopping Skull Kid and retrieve Majora’s Mask within the course of 3 days, before it destroys all of Termina.

    Gameplay

    The core gameplay of Majora’s Mask remains similar to that of the previous The Legend of Zelda game, Ocarina of Time, in which Link is tasked to visit a number of puzzle-based dungeons within an open world space. However, the game also introduced a new 3-day time loop mechanic, in which Link is only given 3 days to complete his task. Should Link run out of time during a single loop, he must rewind time back to the start of the loop, retaining any items he collected, but reversing any changes he may have completed in the world, including side quests and bosses.

    History

    Majora’s Mask was first announced in May 1999, shortly after the release of Ocarina of Time the previous year. The game was developed in the course of a single year, compared to Ocarina of Time‘s four year development, reusing the same engine and assets, before releasing on October 26, 2000 in North America. The game was later ported to the GameCube console on November 17, 2003, as part of _The Legend of Zelda: Collector’s Edition_ promotional disc, alongside ports of Ocarina of Time, The Legend of Zelda, Zelda II: The Adventure of Link and a 20-minute demo of the upcoming Wind Waker. A 3DS port of the game was also released, first announced during the November 5, 2014 Nintendo Direct, and later released on February 13, 2015.

    Reception

    Majora’s Mask received critical acclaim upon release, averaging a 95/100 on review aggregation site Metacritic as of February 25, 2017. The game was also a commercial success, selling 314,000 copies within its first week on sale in Japan, with 3.36 million copies sold worldwide.

    Fandom

    Notable Sub-Memes

    Ben Drowned

    Dawn of The Final Day

    The Moon

    Search Interest

    External References


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

    Trivago Guy is a nickname given to actor Ted Williams for his appearances in a series of commercials for the German internet services company Trivago, which specializes in tools for booking hotels and other lodging. Online, the commercials have spawned a series of parodies and image macros.

    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).



    In April 2014, the @TrivagoGuy[5] parody account was launched on Twitter, featuring creepy tweets written from the perspective of Tim Williams as if he were an alcoholic (shown below).



    Spread

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



    On September 12th, 2014, Funny Or Die released a parody of Trivago commercials titled “Trivago Guy” (shown below, left). On October 7th, the CBC Comedy YouTuber channel posted a Trivago parody commercial in which Williams is depicted as a run-away fugitive (shown below, right).



    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

    [1]Twitter – @Baleinho

    [2]Instagram – edgy4days3

    [3]Reddit – Do Trivago memes have any long term potential

    [4]Instagram – raptorsmemez

    [5]Twitter – @TrivagoGuy


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  • 02/25/17--15:58: apple
  • Apple


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