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  • 03/01/17--12:16: Thirsty Boy
  • About

    Thirsty Boy refers to jokes made about a tweeted scenario in which a presenter at a conference accidentally leaves his microphone on while using the bathroom, resulting in the entire conference hearing him call the urinal “thirsty boy.”

    Origin

    On February 17th, 2016, @bea_ker tweeted[1]“Just went for a piss while still wearing my microphone and the whole conference heard me call the urinal a ‘thirsty boy.’” The tweet gained over 5,300 retweets in one year.



    Spread

    The tweet was fairly popular outside of Twitter as well. It was posted to Tumblr by dinugan,[2] whose account has since been deleted or altered. There, it gained over 185,000 notes. On October 26th of that year, Twitter user @TheTomSka[3] posted a joke about the incident that gained 262 retweets.



    The tweet became extremely popular on me_irl on March 1st, 2017. On the 28th of February, hi_im_cj[4] posted a screenshot of the tweet and gained over 20,400 karma in less than a day. This led to the creation of several image macros where a urinal assumed the character “thirsty boy.” One popular example gained over 13.2 karma points.[5]

    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    Unavailable

    External References

    [1]Twitter – @bea_ker

    [2]Tumblr – Tumblr post

    [3]Twitter – @TheTomSka

    [4]Reddit – me_irl thirsty boy tweet

    [5]Reddit – me_irl popular example


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    About

    Paul Ryan’s PowerPoint Presentation is a photoshop meme mocking a PowerPoint presented by Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan to explain the GOP’s proposed Obamacare replacement in early March 2017.

    Origin

    On March 9th, 2017, Ryan delivered a 20-minute presentation containing charts and graphics, which described the Affordable Care Act as a “death spiral” (shown below). Additionally, the presentation contained a single slide about the GOPs plans for reform that said “There will be a stable transition to conservative health care reform.”



    Shortly after the presentation, Twitter user @Atrios[4] retweeted a photo of Ryan’s PowerPoint presentation along with the message “photoshoppers, start your engines” (shown below, left). Minutes later, Twitter user @twolf10[6] posted a photoshopped picture of Ryan presenting #TheDress (shown below, right).



    Spread

    That day, Twitter user @bakedinapie[2] posted a photoshopped screenshot in which Ryan presents a slide showing various Better Names for Things animal examples (shown below, left).[2] Meanwhile,, Twitter user @byrdinator[1] posted a photoshop in which Ryan presents a portion of the Bee Movie script (shown below, right).



    Also on March 9th, other Twitter users posted various photoshopped screenshots from the presentation, including Democratic congressman Keith Ellison from Minnesota (shown below).



    That evening, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert aired a segment mocking the PowerPoint presentation (shown below).



    Also that evening, Colbert tweeted a photoshopped presentation screenshot in which Ryan demonstrates how to find a woman’s clitoris (shown below).[5] Within 24 hours, the tweet gained over 31,000 likes and 9,200 retweets. In the coming days, several news sites published articles about the photoshop memes, including The Daily Dot,[7] Cosmopolitan[8] and Bustle.[9]



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 03/10/17--09:49: Futch Scale
  • About

    The Futch Scale is a continuum model used by some in the LGBTQ community to identify where a lesbian sits on the spectrum between “Femme” an “Butch.” It inspired many parody edits on Tumblr. In the edits, users tend to jokingly place various characters from video games and television on the scale or shitpost by placing random objects on the scale.

    Origin

    The terms “femme” and “butch” have a long history in lesbian subculture to describe the two ends of the spectrum of lesbianism.[1]“Femme” describes lesbians with more traditionally feminine traits, and “Butch” more traditionally masculine. A scale illustrating this spectrum and the categories in between began circulating online in 2011. The first known post to include the chart that would become the basis of the Futch Scale meme (shown below) was posted on February 17th of that year by Blogspot user Shinobi Wankenobi.[2]



    Spread

    The chart first appeared on Tumblr on September 8th, 2015. User gynandromorph[3] posted it to her page, observing, “i found this chart. first of all: futch. second of all: arent homestucks blood colored based on this” (shown below).



    In the coming years, many variations began appearing on Tumblr, inserting various characters and images onto the scale. Many popular variations use the scale to sort Pokémon. For example, one popular post by whackermanjunior[4] used the chart to sort water Pokémon and gained over 20,000 notes (shown below).



    On January 21st, 2016, memearchives[5] began documenting the meme, though it wasn’t until February 13th, 2017[6] that they began adding image examples.

    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 03/10/17--10:29: McDonald's Sing Commercial
  • About

    The McDonald’s Sing commercial is a promotional video for McDonald’s Happy Meals that had a tie in with the 2016 Illumination movie Sing. After being mentioned on 4Chan, the ad quickly spread over the internet, spawning multiple remixes and parodies.

    Origin

    The commercial, which originally ran from late December 2016 to mid-January 2017, shows various characters from the Sing movie ordering Happy Meals in the form of a song.

    On January 5, 2017, a thread called “Yeah, can I get a happy meal! and some mcnuggets” showed up on 4chan’s /co/ forum. Commenters on the thread made fun of various aspects of the commercial, mainly the fact that most of the characters in the ad were too old to order a Happy Meal.






    Spread

    After the 4Chan thread appeared, various parodies of the ad started cropping up, mainly Word Replacement Remixes and references to the ad on other videos related to fast food orders.

    Examples




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  • 03/10/17--11:00: "Why Not Visit?" Edits
  • About

    “Why Not Visit?” Edits refer to a series of photoshops advertising various locations. The photoshops use six pictures, each inaccurately named, a la the Better Names For Things meme. The photoshops became incredibly popular on me_irl in early March, 2017.

    Origin

    On March 6th, 2017, Weird Facebook page Welcome To My Meme Page[1] posted the first of four mock-tourist brochure photoshops that utilized “Better Names For Things”-esque naming conventions. The first advertised the ocean with such attractions as “blobl blobl” and “Father Pelligrini” (shown below). It gained about 3,000 likes and reactions and over 4,000 shares.



    Spread

    The page created more variations on the theme, all of which were posted to me_irl in the coming days. The most popular advertised the forest and gained over 14,800 points (shown below, left).



    Dozens more posts appeared on me_irl in the following days, which led to coverage from The Daily Dot.[2] They confirmed with welcometomymemepage that they created the meme, who stated:

    “It came from a lot of different memes where people would list a category of things, like animals, fruits, or any collection of objects and give them silly names. The sort of meme has been around for a while. All I did was start grouping them by biome.”

    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    Unavailable

    External References


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    About

    “Where Are my Testicles, Summer?” is a memorable quote by the dog Snuffles from the animated television series Rick and Morty.

    Origin

    In the episode “Lawnmower Dog”, Snuffles ask ask where it is to Summer.




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  • 03/10/17--11:34: First Class
  • About

    First Class is a comic by webcomic artist Deathbulge, in which a boy says a Santa Claus-themed pickup line during an introductory class on flirting. Online, the comic has been widely used as an exploitable template in which the boy responds to the teacher about a variety of other humorous subjects.

    Origin

    On February 27th, 2017, Deathbulge[1] released a comic titled “First Class,” in which a grade school teacher announces that “flirting” is now a subject of study and asks how a young boy would say to a “hot piece.” In response, the boy named Jose utters the pickup line “Do you believe in Santa or should I smash through your chimney dressed as something else?”, causing the teacher to stamp his face with “A+” marks (shown below).



    Spread

    On March 6th, 2017, Redditor sky12 posted an edited version of the comic in which Jose says “Holy guacamole,” which gathered upwards of 2,300 votes (98% upvoted) within four days on /r/meirl.[4]



    That day, Redditor DefinitelyNotSikho posted a version of the comic featuring a Anakin Skywalker’s love confession from Star Wars: Episode II to the /r/PrequelMemes[2] subreddit (shown below, left). The following day, a Runescape-themed version of the comic was submitted by Redditor blbGolden to the /r/2007scape subreddit (shown below, right).



    Search Interest

    Not available.

    External References

    [1]Deathbulge – First Class

    [2]Reddit – /r/PrequelMemes

    [3]Reddit – /r/2007scape

    [4]Reddit – /r/me_irl


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  • 03/10/17--14:30: Alex is called peach

  • .__

    \______ \ ____ _____ ____ | |__
    | ___// __ \\__ \ _/ ___\| | \
    | | \ ___/ / __ \\ \___| Y \
    |____| \___ >____ /\___ >___| /
    \/ \/ \/ \/


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    Overview

    Marcel Hesse is a 19-year-old resident of Herne, Germany who rose to international notoriety for killing his nine-year-old neighbor and sharing the footage and photographs of his crime on various message boards in March 2017. After three days of a nationwide manhunt operation, Hesse was captured and arrested by the police on March 9th.

    Background

    On March 6th, 2017, Marcel Hesse, a 19-year-old resident of Herne, Germany, approached his neighbor’s house and asked the youngest of the three brothers, Jayden, if he would help him put up a ladder. According to the police investigation, Hesse lured the nine-year-old boy back to his home and killed him by repeatedly stabbing him with a knife 58 times, all the while filming his senseless act of murder on camera. Within the hour of committing murder, Hesse posted the video and several pictures of himself posing beside the lifeless body of his victim to an anonymous Darknet message board.

    Developments

    Police Investigation

    That evening, the local authorities in Herne launched an investigation in search of Jayden and a possible murder suspect after the boy’s mother reported her son as missing, as well as an anonymous tip from someone who saw Hesse’s post on the message board. By March 7th, the investigation had snowballed into a nationwide manhunt when Jayden’s body was found in the basement of Hesse’s house, with the main suspect nowhere to be found. In the following 72 hours, the German police used helicopters and K-9 dogs in search of Hesse, while schools and kindergartens in Herne were placed on lockdown.

    Hesse’s Online Activities

    Even after the public announcement of the nationwide manhunt operation, Hesse reportedly continued to boast about his killing and share more photographs from the crime scene on various online chat rooms and WhatsApp, along with a series of disturbing messages alluding to his one or more acts of murder.

    Social Media Reaction

    As the news of the horrifying murder in the city of Herne spread across Germany’s social networking sites and online news outlets, additional photographs and writings allegedly posted by the suspect or his friend on numerous message boards, including 4chan. On March 6th, an anonymous user claiming to be a friend of Hesse spilled the beans on 4chan’s /b/ board, along with several links to photographic proof, which was subsequently screen-captured and posted on Reddit’s /r/4chan later that same day. On March 8th, an ominous post written in German about an imminent killing spree surfaced on 4chan’s /b/ board, which also made the rounds among German users on Twitter. The authenticity of the posts remain unverified.

    Capture

    On the evening of March 9th, Hesse walked into a Greek fast food restaurant in Herne and told the owner to call the police, effectively turning himself in. Furthermore, Hesse also alerted the police to a burning apartment nearby the restaurant, where another body of a 22-year-old man was discovered. According to the authorities, Hesse has admitted to both crimes.

    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 03/10/17--16:52: Die, Die, Die!
  • “Die, Die. Die!” Is what reaper says in overwatch when he activates his ultimate. In his ultimate, he spirals around shooting everyone in range, killing them easily if close enough. A lot of people find this amusing, especially overwatch fans.


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  • 03/10/17--22:50: Depression Counselling Leduc
  • According to a recent estimate, one in ten people suffer from depression during their lifetime. This problem not only affects you personally, but also can create significant issues in your social and professional life. Depression counselling in Leduc is specialized in helping patients fight the symptoms of depression, either through processing your emotions and prior traumatic events with therapy alone, or in addition to your doctor-prescribed medications. Hopewell can help you learn new skills, enhance your relationships, and achieve your goal of healthier living.


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  • 03/11/17--02:34: Night in the Woods
  • Editor’s Note: This entry and its image gallery contain spoilers.




    About

    Work in progress

    Night in the Woods is an adventure game developed by Infinite Fall, a studio founded by game designer Alec Holowka, and animator/illustrator Scott Benson. It is an exploration game focused primarily on story in which players control a cat named Mae, who recently dropped out of college and has returned to her hometown to find unexpected change. It was funded via crowdfunding platform Kickstarter, where it eventually earned over 400% of its US$50,000 funding goal.

    There were two supplemental game released after the Kickstarter campaign. First was a companion game called Longest Night, which was released in December 2013, and a second game titled Lost Constellation, was released in December 2014.

    History

    Work in progress

    Night in the Woods was announced October 22, 2013, on Kickstarter. Holowka and Benson set a $50,000 funding goal, which was reached in under 26 hours. The project eventually earned over $200,000 in crowdfunding. The extra funding allowed the developers to create additional animations and for Infinite Ammo and game developer Adam Saltsman to create a dungeon crawler game called Demontower that is playable within Night in the Woods.

    Gameplay

    Work in progress

    Reception

    Work in progress

    Work in progress


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    WORK IN PROGRESS

    About

    “That’s wicked.” (Japanese: “マジやばくね”, Romaji: “majiyabakune”) is a catchphrase from the 2017 anime Miss Kobayashi’s Maid Dragon. After the catchphrase’s appearance and usage in the anime, fans of the anime cite to spread it’s wicked humor. Isn’t that wicked?

    Although マジやばくね is difficult to translate in English, especially “やばい” (yabai), since in the context of the phrase doesn’t necessarily mean “dangerous” but rather “amazing” or “wicked”, English speaking people cite the English subtitled version of the anime. マジやばくね actually literally means “Isn’t that pretty wicked?”.

    Origin

    The anime Miss Kobayashi’s Maid Dragon, which is currently airing on Tokyo MX, TVA, ABC, BS11 and Aniplus Asia since January 2017, is produced by the Japanese animation studio Kyoto Animation and has been an originally added joke to the series by the studio staff themselves.

    The phrase originated from a background character in episode 2. In the story, Tohru shows Kanna around the city and explains certain things Kanna sees. As they saw the background character talking on the phone and hearing the phrase, Tohru explained her, that it’s a magical word “everyone” would use. Kanna also tried to use it for conversations in her school and strangely affected her classmates. What is this? Isn’t that wicked?


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  • 03/03/17--03:01: Felix the Cat
  • About

    Felix the Cat is an anthropomorphic black cat created in 1919 by Otto Messmer[1] and produced by Pat Sullivan until his death on Februrary 15th, 1933.[2] The character was originally in silent black & white films and later comic strips before he became one of the first popular animated cartoon characters.[3]

    History

    Black and White Era (1919-1930)

    Since his debut in the short Feline Follies, Felix the Cat featured in 168 silent shorts until his transition to sound in 1928 with the reissuing of Arabantics.[4]



    Comic Strips (1923-???)

    On August 1st, 1923, Felix the Cat debuted as a comic strip in England’s Daily Sketch.[9] Penned by Otto Messmer, the series ran weekly for 12 segments. Jack Bogle took over between 1927 and 1931 until Otto Messmer took over again.[9]

    RKO/Colour (1936)

    In 1936, RKO released 3 Felix the Cat films: The Goose That Laid the Golden Egg, Neptune Nonsense and Bold King Cole[4]. The most notable change was the addition of color.



    Felix the Cat (1958-1961)

    In 1958, Felix the Cat Productions Inc. revived the character for a new series. The series introduced primary antagonists to the franchise with Poindexter, The Professor, and Rock Bottom. The Magic Bag became an associated item of Felix after it debut in the pilot Felix the Cat – Magic Bag of Tricks



    Felix the Cat – The Movie (1988)

    In 1988, a Felix the Cat movie made by Felix the Cat Creations, Animation Film Cologne and Felix the Cat Productions Inc. marked the first theatrical film for the character. It was widely panned by film critics and audiences alike and was classed as a box office bomb (failing to surpass its $9,000,000 budget). It currently holds a 5.1/10 rating on IMDb[6].



    The Twisted Tales of Felix the Cat (1995-1997)

    In 1995, Felix the Cat returned to TV in The Twisted Tales of Felix the Cat.[7] Created by Felix the Cat Productions Inc. and Film Roman Productions, the series served as a surreal take on the character. The series makes reference to its preceding works quite often with plot-lines and characters featured in earlier works, but instead of being the conventional cartoon, it notably took a more bizarre and adult approach.



    Felix the Cat Saves Christmas (2004)

    Felix the Cat Saves Christmas is a direct-to-DVD Christmas special by Felix the Cat Productions Inc. about Felix stopping the Professor and Rock Bottom from creating a large blizzard to ruin Christmas. The film received negative reviews and currently holds a 6.0/10 on IMDb.[8]



    Reception

    Whilst being praised for being the first popular animated character, Felix the Cat has never been as widely adored as other popular cartoon characters. The two negatively-received films Felix the Cat: The Movie and Felix the Cat Saves Christmas stunted Felix’s spread globally.

    Related Memes

    нет/Is It Safe?

    нет (no in English[10]) or Is It Safe? was a controversy involving a SiIvaGunner rip titled ‘Puzzle Room – Kirby Planet Robotot.’ In the video, which has since been taken down,[12] two choices appear on the screen reading “Yes” or “No” (нет) in Russian. After clicking нет or waiting too long, the video showed a baby with harlequin ichthyosis. The inspiration behind the нет gag came from a [Vinesauce] Joel video where he tries a Russian SEGA Genesis bootleg of the Felix the Cat game. In that video (shown below), when Joel clicks “no” on the game’s “Continue” screen, he is shown a picture of Felix with his skin torn off.


    SiIvaGunner made the joke due to how the theme from the Continue screen was similar to the theme of the aforementioned “Puzzle Room.”[11] The incident shocked many viewers, who began using the phrase “Is It Safe?” in relation to any links associated with SiIvaGunner rips.

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Britannica – Otto Messmer / Posted on Nov. 30th, 2001

    [2]Australian Dictionary of Biography – Pat Sullivan / Posted in 2005

    [3]Felix the Cat website – Popularity

    [4]Early Felix Short Films Documentation – Dates and Publishers of Felix Short Films / Sep. 29th 2016

    [5]Felix the Cat (1958) IMDb Page – IMDb Page of 1958 Felix Series

    [6]Felix the Cat The Movies’ IMDb Page – IMDb Page of Felix Movie

    [7]Twisted Tales of Felix the Cat IMDb Page – IMDb Page of Twisted Tales of Felix

    [8]Felix the Cat Saves Christmas IMDb Page – IMDb Page of Christmas Special

    [9]Felix the Cat Comic Strip Debut – Early History of Felix Comic Strips

    [10]нет Definition – нет Translation

    [11]нет/Is It Safe? Explanation – Is It Safe? Explained

    [12]SilvaGunner Wiki – Puzzle Room


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  • 03/11/17--16:50: Boardwalk Burgers
  • So I was driving down I-4 with my girlfriend, you know, it’s an interstate, and I came across this sign that said “Boardwalk Burgers”. You know, a place where homeless people throw patties on the George Foremans, and I said “Boardwalk Burgers? More like Bored Burgers, ‘cause the burgers aren’t having any fun!”

    the boardwalk burgers legacy:

    https://youtu.be/dZ_1RLAJjR8?t=1112
    https://youtu.be/1ujhNb4rP04?t=1205
    https://youtu.be/ddxJHEOKysw?t=379
    https://youtu.be/x_-ybASmqtk?t=974


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  • 03/11/17--19:57: UP ka Bhaiyya
  • Educated indian rightwinger
    Traditional
    Patriarchal
    Smarter than cool dudes


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  • 03/03/17--10:06: Moana
  • About

    Moana is a 2016 American 3D computer-animated musical fantasy comedy adventure film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. It is the 56th Disney animated feature film. The film was directed by Ron Clements and John Musker and co-directed by Don Hall and Chris Williams. The film features music written by Lin-Manuel Miranda, Opetaia Foa’i, and Mark Mancina.

    History

    After directing The Princess and the Frog (2009), Clements and Musker started working on an adaptation of Terry Pratchett’s Mort, but problems with acquiring the necessary film rights prevented them from continuing with that project. To avoid a recurrence of that issue, they pitched three original ideas. The genesis of one of those ideas (the one that was ultimately green-lighted) occurred in 2011, when Musker began reading up on Polynesian mythology, and learned of the heroic exploits of the demigod Maui. Intrigued with the rich culture of Polynesia, he felt it would be a suitable subject for an animated film. Shortly thereafter, Musker and Clements wrote a treatment and pitched it to John Lasseter, who recommended that both of them should go on research trips.



    Reception

    As of March 1, 2017, Moana has grossed $246.2 million in the U.S. and Canada and $334.9 million in other countries for a worldwide total of $581.1 million. On January 22, 2017, the film reached the $500 million mark, becoming the fourth consecutive Walt Disney Animation Studios film to reach the milestone after Frozen (2013), Big Hero 6 (2014), and Zootopia (2016). Although Disney has not disclosed the film’s production budget, most of its animated films cost around $150 million.

    Related Memes

    You’re Welcome

    You’re Welcome. is a song from the 2016 Disney film Moana. The song grew into a popular vehicle for Word Replacement Remixes on YouTube in late 2016.



    Search Interest


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  • 03/03/17--03:01: Felix the Cat
  • About

    Felix the Cat is an anthropomorphic black cat created in 1919 by Otto Messmer[1] and produced by Pat Sullivan until his death on Februrary 15th, 1933.[2] The character was originally in silent black & white films and later comic strips before he became one of the first popular animated cartoon characters.[3]

    History

    Black and White Era (1919-1930)

    Since his debut in the short Feline Follies, Felix the Cat featured in 168 silent shorts until his transition to sound in 1928 with the reissuing of Arabantics.[4]



    Comic Strips (1923-???)

    On August 1st, 1923, Felix the Cat debuted as a comic strip in England’s Daily Sketch.[9] Penned by Otto Messmer, the series ran weekly for 12 segments. Jack Bogle took over between 1927 and 1931 until Otto Messmer took over again.[9]

    RKO/Colour (1936)

    In 1936, RKO released 3 Felix the Cat films: The Goose That Laid the Golden Egg, Neptune Nonsense and Bold King Cole[4]. The most notable change was the addition of color.



    Felix the Cat (1958-1961)

    In 1958, Felix the Cat Productions Inc. revived the character for a new series. The series introduced primary antagonists to the franchise with Poindexter, The Professor, and Rock Bottom. The Magic Bag became an associated item of Felix after it debut in the pilot Felix the Cat – Magic Bag of Tricks



    Felix the Cat – The Movie (1988)

    In 1988, a Felix the Cat movie made by Felix the Cat Creations, Animation Film Cologne and Felix the Cat Productions Inc. marked the first theatrical film for the character. It was widely panned by film critics and audiences alike and was classed as a box office bomb (failing to surpass its $9,000,000 budget). It currently holds a 5.1/10 rating on IMDb[6].



    The Twisted Tales of Felix the Cat (1995-1997)

    In 1995, Felix the Cat returned to TV in The Twisted Tales of Felix the Cat.[7] Created by Felix the Cat Productions Inc. and Film Roman Productions, the series served as a surreal take on the character. The series makes reference to its preceding works quite often with plot-lines and characters featured in earlier works, but instead of being the conventional cartoon, it notably took a more bizarre and adult approach.



    Felix the Cat Saves Christmas (2004)

    Felix the Cat Saves Christmas is a direct-to-DVD Christmas special by Felix the Cat Productions Inc. about Felix stopping the Professor and Rock Bottom from creating a large blizzard to ruin Christmas. The film received negative reviews and currently holds a 6.0/10 on IMDb.[8]



    Reception

    Whilst being praised for being the first popular animated character, Felix the Cat has never been as widely adored as other popular cartoon characters. The two negatively-received films Felix the Cat: The Movie and Felix the Cat Saves Christmas stunted Felix’s spread globally.

    Related Memes

    нет/Is It Safe?

    нет (no in English[10]) or Is It Safe? was a controversy involving a SiIvaGunner rip titled ‘Puzzle Room – Kirby Planet Robotot.’ In the video, which has since been taken down,[12] two choices appear on the screen reading “Yes” or “No” (нет) in Russian. After clicking нет or waiting too long, the video showed a baby with harlequin ichthyosis. The inspiration behind the нет gag came from a [Vinesauce] Joel video where he tries a Russian SEGA Genesis bootleg of the Felix the Cat game. In that video (shown below), when Joel clicks “no” on the game’s “Continue” screen, he is shown a picture of Felix with his skin torn off.


    SiIvaGunner made the joke due to how the theme from the Continue screen was similar to the theme of the aforementioned “Puzzle Room.”[11] The incident shocked many viewers, who began using the phrase “Is It Safe?” in relation to any links associated with SiIvaGunner rips.

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Britannica – Otto Messmer / Posted on Nov. 30th, 2001

    [2]Australian Dictionary of Biography – Pat Sullivan / Posted in 2005

    [3]Felix the Cat website – Popularity

    [4]Early Felix Short Films Documentation – Dates and Publishers of Felix Short Films / Sep. 29th 2016

    [5]Felix the Cat (1958) IMDb Page – IMDb Page of 1958 Felix Series

    [6]Felix the Cat The Movies’ IMDb Page – IMDb Page of Felix Movie

    [7]Twisted Tales of Felix the Cat IMDb Page – IMDb Page of Twisted Tales of Felix

    [8]Felix the Cat Saves Christmas IMDb Page – IMDb Page of Christmas Special

    [9]Felix the Cat Comic Strip Debut – Early History of Felix Comic Strips

    [10]нет Definition – нет Translation

    [11]нет/Is It Safe? Explanation – Is It Safe? Explained

    [12]SilvaGunner Wiki – Puzzle Room


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  • 03/12/17--14:06: Stop Being Poor
  • About

    “Stop Being Poor” is an expression often used ironically to mock conservative or libertarian platforms arguments against public-funded healthcare or other social services.

    Origin

    On September 3rd, 2005, writer John Scalzi published a post on his personal blog titled “Being Poor,” which includes the line “Being poor is knowing how hard it is to stop being poor.”[5]

    Spread

    On August 31st, 2012, BuzzFeed published a compilation of Gina Rinehart’s poverty gaffe memes titled “4 Ways To Stop Being Poor, According To The World’s Richest Woman.”

    In 2013, a photoshopped picture of Paris Hilton wearing a shirt with “Stop Being Poor” printed on the front began circulating online. On November 9th, the hoax-debunking website Museum of Hoaxes revealed that the actually shirt was printed with the phrase “Stop Being Desperate.”



    In September 2014, Fox Business commentator Todd Wilemon told Daily Show correspondent Aasif Mandvi that poor people should “stop being poor” in order to afford healthcare. On September 26th, a GIF of the interview was uploaded to Imgur, where it received upwards of 440,000 views and 9,200 points over the next three years (shown below).



    On September 1st, 2015, a shirt printed with the phrase became available for purchase on Amazon.[2] In early 2017, the photoshopped Hilton image resurfaced in jokes regarding the GOP replacement of Obamacare. On March 10th, Twitter user joeprince__ uploaded a photoshop of Paul Ryan’s PowerPoint presentation with a “Just Stop Being Poor” slide (shown below).



    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 03/12/17--15:53: Don Cheadle
  • I’m Don Cheadle


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