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  • 02/25/17--16:06: BillStended
  • When Bill is an Antag. Its known as BillXtended.


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  • 02/17/17--15:58: Expanding Brain
  • About

    Expanding Brain is a meme in which a series of images compare the brain size of a person relative to a certain factor. Though the expanding brain is usually implied to showcase intellectual superiority over various objects, it is more often used in an ironic sense to imply the opposite, where objects of derision are implied to be of higher standard than other objects. For example, when used with Whomst, a person who uses “who” will be shown with the smallest brain, while a person who uses the most ridiculous variation, i.e. “whomst’d’ve”, will be shown with the largest brain.

    Origin

    This meme originated as part of the “Whomst” meme where the left column was derivations of the word “Who” were paired with increasingly elaborate pictures of brains depending on how intense the “who” variation was. One of the most popular early examples was posted to /r/dankmemes on January 31st, 2017 by janskishimanski[1] in a post that gained nearly 1,200 upvotes.



    Spread

    As “whomst” variations on the Expanding Brain template grew more elaborate, other subjects were applied to Expanding Brain, such as video games and politics. Expanding Brain variations continued appearing on /r/dankmemes and /r/MemeEconomy throughout the month of February.



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]/r/dankmemes – whomst’d


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  • 02/25/17--16:35: Where are the boys
  • “Where are the boys” is a meme started by Ravenoil on the Wynncraft forums, a user who joined just before the meme began. He went around creating threads with the only content being a single post, “Where are the boys?” This led to hounding by the Wynncraft shoutbox, leading to all his posts getting deleted. He then tried to cover up on the fact that he was a thread spammer, but failed miserably. He know lives in scorn and has been long since hated.


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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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  • 02/17/17--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--18:48: Why is the fbi here?
  • About

    “Why is the FBI here?”“Why is the FBI here” is the latest teen meme, straight from Reddit’s surprisingly earnest and friendly r/teenagers forum. It’s part self-deprecating mockery of the kinds of games teens loved when they were “just kids” and part joke about the way Googling passes for hacking in the kid mind. Like most memes in our current period, it’s sarcastic and tinged with irony.

    Origin

    “Why is the fbi here” was posted on r/irl reddit (shown below).



    another Reddit user posted a picture of roblux.



    Various Examples







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  • 02/25/17--18:49: Meowth's Suffring
  • Meowth when he is alone


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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--20:56: There are only 2 genders
  • About

    There are only 2 genders is a true concept where

    Male and female. There is a penchant in left-leaning academia to distinguish between gender and sex, but the distinction is sophistry. Sex refers to biological differences between men and women, and gender refers to cultural or social differences rooted in biology between men and women.
    The promotion of the idea of multiple genders is part of a larger, liberal project to engage the chaos and destruction of anarchy. The insistence that there are more than two genders prioritizes feelings over facts. The simple fact that some people feel confused over their identities doesn’t change the fact that there are only two genders, any more than the existence of people born with out legs or who have had legs amputated proves that humans are not bipedal.

    Origin

    On October 19th, 2000, twitter user @adolf_hitler created the subreddit /r/posted a photograph of spongebob holding a list of genders, gaining 20000 favorites .”



    Spread

    On April 20th, 2004, reddit user adolfhitler posted a photograph of the list of gender



    On October 17th, 2010, facebook user adolf hitler posted a picture of scientology proving that there are only 2 genders




    On March 24th, 2015, tumblr user adolfhitler posted a picture of dr seuss shocked when he looked at a transgender symbol





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  • 02/25/17--22:44: Lolicons are Pedophiles


  • About


    Lolicons are Pedophiles is a phrase used by normies describing lolicons as a pedophiles. Japanese term meaning ’lolita complex. The term typically refers to pornographic art, anime or otherwise, of females aged between 12 and 16, and also to those people attracted to such girls. However, real child pornography is sometimes called lolicon.
    Art of underaged girls is legal in most countries, which explains the popularity of lolicon. Despite the fact that the age bracket is technically outside the realm of pedophilia, lolicon is frowned apon, especially in the west.

    Manga collector Christopher Handley was sentenced to 6 months in prison, after importing lolicon yaoi manga from Japan that the federal government deemed obscene and prosecuted under the PROTECT Act of 2003, which states that any obscene illustrations, sculptures, computer-generated pictures or other imagery that depicts minors in sexual situations will be treated no differently from actual video recordings of child sexual abuse.
    Handley plead guilty to the charges of “possession of obscene visual representations of the sexual abuse of children” as part of a plea deal with the government; he could have faced as many as 15 years in prison without it.[1]

    Origin

    On 2006, twitter user @Normalization posted a picture of a lolicon starter pack, gaining 120 retweets




    spread

    On 2008, reddit user, saneadult posted a picture of a lolicon monopoly, gaining, 500 upvotes




    On 2010, youtube user, tactical lolicon posted a video of him searching for loli porn and getting arrested for it, gaining 2000 views and 30 likes





    On 2008, twitter user, @wegalize posted a picture of military police hammering down a jail button when someone mentions that lolicons aren`t pedophiles, gaining, 400 likes




    Various examples






    External References

    [1]pedophile arrest – Lolicons are pedophiles


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  • 02/26/17--00:47: Pokemon is for losers/kids


  • About


    Pokemon is for losers/kids is a phrase used by normal grown up adults to condemn immature man children for playing a children`s video game, Pokemon


    Origin


    On November 12, 2008, funnyjunk user, ohlulzyou, posted a picture of an advice penguin saying that pokemon players are pathetic.




    Spread


    On November 12, 2008, reddit user, 240kdad posted a picture of an advice bear saying that pokemon is for losers.





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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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  • 02/17/17--15:58: Expanding Brain
  • About

    Expanding Brain is a meme in which a series of images compare the brain size of a person relative to a certain factor. Though the expanding brain is usually implied to showcase intellectual superiority over various objects, it is more often used in an ironic sense to imply the opposite, where objects of derision are implied to be of higher standard than objects that are usually highly regarded. For example, when used with Whomst, a person who uses “who” will be shown with the smallest brain, while a person who uses the most ridiculous variation, i.e. “whomst’d’ve”, will be shown with the largest brain.

    Origin

    This meme originated as part of the “Whomst” meme where the left column was derivations of the word “Who” were paired with increasingly elaborate pictures of brains depending on how intense the “who” variation was. One of the most popular early examples was posted to /r/dankmemes on January 31st, 2017 by janskishimanski[1] in a post that gained nearly 1,200 upvotes.



    Spread

    As “whomst” variations on the Expanding Brain template grew more elaborate, other subjects were applied to Expanding Brain, such as video games and politics. Expanding Brain variations continued appearing on /r/dankmemes and /r/MemeEconomy throughout the month of February.



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]/r/dankmemes – whomst’d


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

    “If You’re Cold They’re Cold, Bring Them Inside” is a catchphrase pleading pet owners to bring their pets indoor during winter months. While originally intended as a public service announcement in advocacy of animal rights, the phrase soon became a popular subject of image macro parodies featuring animals that are not traditionally regarded as pets, as well as inanimate objects.

    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 (shown below) 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 (shown below) with the phrase “If it’s too cold for you it’s too cold for your pet. Bring them inside.”[4]




    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


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  • 02/26/17--02:16: Wanna see a naked woman?

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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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  • 02/17/17--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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  • 02/26/17--15:04: cuminite's profile picture
  • lol its dumb


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  • 02/25/17--18:48: "Why is the FBI here?"
  • About

    “Why is the FBI here?”“Why is the FBI here” is the latest teen meme, straight from Reddit’s surprisingly earnest and friendly r/teenagers forum. It’s part self-deprecating mockery of the kinds of games teens loved when they were “just kids” and part joke about the way Googling passes for hacking in the kid mind. Like most memes in our current period, it’s sarcastic and tinged with irony.

    Origin

    “Why is the fbi here” was posted on r/irl reddit (shown below).



    another Reddit user posted a picture of roblux.



    Various Examples









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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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