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  • 05/23/17--16:41: Man Mario
  • About: Mario Man is a person named petter who won a balloon fight tournament. His prize was The Legend of Zelda: The Winder Waker HD Limited Edition Wii U Bundle. The look on his face showed how excited he was.


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  • 05/23/17--17:42: Darkstalkers
  • About

    Darkstalkers (also known in Japan as Vampire),It is a franchise of fighting video games (also having some animated series and comics),developed by capcom, where mythological monsters, fantastic and others based on classic films of terror, fight between them.

    Gameplay

    Like many fighting games, the gameplay consists of defeating an opponent controlled by the CPU or another player, either by leaving his health bar to zero or letting the meter reach zero and having more percentage of the life bar than your opponent, for this the player must use several moves, super moves and combos to be able to win.

    History
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  • 05/24/17--03:46: Asha
  • When you don’t know what a door is. SMH


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  • 05/24/17--08:16: Bone Tiddies
  • WIP

    About

    Bone Tiddies is a phrase popular on Tumblr used in reference to an image of two fake skeletons laying next to each other and one has bones shaped like breasts to show that the skeletons belonged to a man and a woman. The image and phrase is meant to parody the sensitivity of homophobics who could be offended at the portrayal of a romantic relationship that is not explicitly heterosexual.

    Origin

    On August 10th, 2014, the image was posted to 9GAG[1] with the title “They can go as far as to give the girl skeleton a pair of bone titties to indicate its a straight relationship.” The post gained over 17,000 points in three years (shown below).



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  • 05/24/17--08:35: I Told Her It Was Mozart
  • About

    Shhh…I Told Her It Was Mozart refers to a series of photoshop memes featuring a phone playing something into a pair of headphones on a pregnant woman’s stomach under the caption “shhh…I told her it was Mozart.” The meme plays on the myth that playing the music of classical musician Mozart around an unborn or infant child will make them smarter. Online, users have photoshopped different images that the phone is playing.

    Origin

    On December 24th, 2014, Instagram user turangalila_[1] posted the earliest known iteration of the meme: An iPhone playing Kanye West’s Yeezus album into a pair of headphones connected to a pregnant woman’s stomach (shown below). The user captioned the photograph “Shhh. I told her it was Mozart. #yeezytaughtme #hypedad.” Within 126 weeks, the post has received more than 1,300 likes.



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  • 05/24/17--09:31: TheReportOfTheWeek
  • About

    TheReportOfTheWeek, also known as Reviewbrah, is a vlogger on YouTube known for posting videos in which he reviews a variety of products. Since launching his channel in 2011, he has gained a significant following among 4chan users.

    Online History

    On February 20th, 2011, TheReportOfTheWeek YouTube channel was launched, with the first video featuring a review of the Energy Crisis energy drink (shown below).



    On October 27th, 2013, the /r/TheReportOfTheWeek[2] subreddit was created, which gathered upwards of 11,200 subscribers over the next four years.

    Death Hoax

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    About

    Pope Francis’ Picture With The Trumps refers to an image of Pope Francis looking miserable standing next to president Donald Trump and his family. The Pope’s expression prompted jokes on Twitter the day of the photograph’s publication.

    Origin

    On May 24th, the Trump family visited Pope Francis in the Vatican. After what has been reported as a reasonably friendly visit,[1] the Pope posed for a photo op with the Trump family. In the picture, he is seen looking unhappy while Trump has a big grin, leading Twitter users to interpret the photo to mean the Pope was miserable in jokes about the photo (shown below).

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  • 05/24/17--12:12: Jogging Justin Trudeau
  • About

    Jogging Justin Trudeau refers to a series of photoshop memes in which people alter a picture of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau jogging through a group of people taking prom pictures.

    Origin

    On May 19th, 2017, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s photographer, Adam Scotti, posted a photograph of Trudeau jogging through a group of students taking prom pictures in Vancouver (shown below) on Twitter. The photobombing went viral, and Scotti’s post received more than 1,500 likes on Instagram[1] and 1,700 retweets and 7,500 likes on Twitter within three days.





    Spread

    On May 20th, Redditor Artvandelay1[3] posted the photo of Trudeau to the thread “Justin Trudeau jogs through prom photo and nobody notices” to the /r/canada subreddit. The post receives more than 23,900 points (83% upvoted) and 1,500 comments.

    Three days later, on May 23rd, Redditor santorumsandwich[4] posts the photo on the /r/photoshopbattle subreddit. Within 24 hours, the thread has received more than 33,600 points (81% upvoted) and 590 comments.



    The original photo and the photoshop battle has been covered by several news sites, including TIME,[5] Glamour,[6] HuffPo,[7] and more.

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  • 05/24/17--12:22: Cyranek
  • About

    Cyranek is an American SoundClown artist mostly popular on YouTube, where he posts mashups of popular songs and various audio memes popular on the website.

    Online History

    Cyranek posted his first video to YouTube on October 27th, 2013, pairing the song “Tipsy” by J-Kwon with video of the Pokémon Spinda from Pokémon X&Y. The video gained over 99,000 views (shown below).



    Shortly after that upload, Cyranek began uploading some of his most popular compositions, which heavily featured Air Horn. On August 15th, 2014, he uploaded “Green Trill Zone,” a Trap remix of Sonic The Hedgehog’s“Green Hill Zone Theme,” gaining over 2.5 million views (shown below, left). On February 15th, 2015, he uploaded his most popular video to date, an Air Horn Remix of Let It Go from Disney’s Frozen, which gained over 5.5 million views (shown below, right).



    His airhorn remixes continued to be one of the most popular videos on his channel, regularly racking up hundreds of thousands and sometimes millions of views.[1] He also has released several original remixes without airhorn that have done well using memes such as We Are Number One and Shooting Stars. One of his signature video styles is to take songs with repeating phrases and mix them such that the repeating phrase continues for the duration of the composition (examples shown below).



    Social Media Presence

    Cyranek is most popular on YouTube, where he has over 276,000 subscribers and his videos have been viewed over 66 million times.[2] He is also active on Soundcloud, where his channel[3] has gained over 3,000 subscribers, and Twitter, where he has over 19,000 followers.[4]

    Popular Remixes



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    External References

    [1]YouTube – Cyranek Uploads

    [2]YouTube – Cyranek About

    [3]Soundcloud – Cyranek

    [4]Twitter – @Cyranek_


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    About

    Crystal Light National Aerobic Championship refers to a video of the opening dance sequence for the 1988 Crystal Light National Aerobic Championships.

    Origin

    On April 4th, 2010, YouTuber mittdawson uploaded a video titled “1988 Crystal Light National Aerobic Championship Opening” (shown below). Within seven years, the video accumulated upwards of 3.8 million views and 160 comments.



    Spread

    On April 17th, 2012, BuzzFeed[1] published a listicle containing 40 animated GIF clips from the video. On June 18th, Redditor crunchysloth submitted the video to /r/videos,[3] where it gathered upwards of 1,100 points (86% upvoted) and 290 comments prior to being archived. On March 6th, 2013, Ebaum’s World[2] published a collection of Deal With It GIFs featuring a clip from the Crystal Light National Aerobic Champsionship (shown below).



    On August 24th, 2013, YouTuber Prautz uploaded a shortened version of the original video, which received upwards of 2.9 million views 1,800 comments over the next four years (shown below).



    On November 7th, 2014, YouTuber Joe Kardon uploaded a remix of the original video dubbed with the theme song from “Too Many Cooks” (shown below, left). On November 20th, the Comedy Central YouTube channel uploaded a Key and Peele parody of the video, in which a aerobics dancer attempts to murder a fellow performer on stage (shown below, right).



    Zarya’s Dance

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  • 05/24/17--13:56: build a wall
  • We’re going to build a wall
    and we’re going to make the Titans pay for it.


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  • 05/24/17--19:03: Petscop
  • Notice: this entry is a [WIP]. If you feel like you can help please feel free to request an editorship



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    About

    Petscop is an ongoing alternate reality game (ARG) and fictional obscure Playstation 1 game developed by the company Garalina. In-game, the player character must collect pets from their cages at the Gift Plane. However, after inputting a cheat code, the game begins to show a completely different side of itself. The game is being recorded on a Youtube channel of the same name by an unnamed narrator and commentator, given the fan-name “Paul”, as he gives his findings on the game. The channel received notoriety for its similarities to the Ben DrownedARG, though with an original creation rather than basing itself off of an existing property.

    History

    The Petscop Youtube channel launched on March 11, 2017 and uploaded its first video, simply titled “Petscop” (shown below) the following day on March 12. In the video, the narrator, “Paul”, plays through an obscure Playstation 1 game he found called Petscop, developed by Garalina. However, after putting in a cheat code from a note accompanying the game, the player character is teleported into a dark void with a grassy floor. Within 2 months, the video received almost 150,000 views.



    External References

    [1]Kotaku – People Are Trying To Find The Truth About A Creepy ‘Unfinished’ Playstation Game

    [2]Playground Magazine – Un oscuro juego de PlayStation ha aparecido en YouTube, y el misterio no deja de crecer


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  • 05/25/17--06:53: Galacta Warrior
  • gay


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    About

    Spider-Man: Homecoming Poster refers to a series of photoshop memes of the poster for the 2017 superhero film Spider-Man: Homecoming.

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  • 05/25/17--07:53: Kooks Burrito Controversy
  • Overview

    The Kooks Burrito Controversy refers to a backlash against the owners of the Kooks Burrito food cart in Portland, Oregon, who closed their business after being accused of cultural appropriation for starting a Mexican food cart as white women in late May 2017.

    Background

    On May 16th, 2017, the Willamette Week[1] published an interview with Kali Wilgus and Liz Connelly, the owners of Kooks Burrito food cart launched in Southeast Portland, Oregon.

    “I picked the brains of every tortilla lady there in the worst broken Spanish ever, and they showed me a little of what they did. They told us the basic ingredients, and we saw them moving and stretching the dough similar to how pizza makers do before rolling it out with rolling pins. They wouldn’t tell us too much about technique, but we were peeking into the windows of every kitchen, totally fascinated by how easy they made it look. We learned quickly it isn’t quite that easy.”

    On May 19th, the food cart closed after many accused the owners of “cultural appropriation.”

    Developments

    On May 22nd, The Portland Mercury[2] published an article titled “This Week in Appropriation: Kooks Burritos and Willamette Week,” which accused Wilgus and Connely of “cultural appropriation” for being white and starting a Mexican food cart.

    “This week in white nonsense, two white women--Kali Wilgus and Liz “LC” Connely--decided it would be cute to open a food truck after a fateful excursion to Mexico.”

    That day, the article was submitted to /r/Portland,[3] where the top comment referred to the controversy as “a joke” and asked “can you believe we live in a time when people actually give a shit who makes a burrito?”

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    Overview

    Greg Gianforte Bodyslams Reporter refers to the controversy surrounding an event in which Republican House of Representatives candidate Greg Gianforte of Montana allegedly assaulted Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs on the eve of the special election for Montana’s lone House seat held between him and Democrat Rob Quist.

    Background

    On May 24th, 2017, Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs tweeted “Greg Gianforte just body slammed me and broke my glasses.”[1] Two hours later, The Guardian[2] posted an article about the event, including Jacobs’ audio of the incident. The event was also corroborated by other reporters on the scene, including several at Fox News,[3] who posted an article about their account. According to several accounts, Jacobs was attempting to question Gianforte about the American Health Care Act. After Gianforte initially directed Jacobs to a spokesman, Jacobs persisted, at which point Gianforte assaulted him while screaming “I’m sick and tired of this!” According to accounts of the event, Gianforte body slammed Jacobs and landed a couple punches. Jacobs’ audio of the event is shown below.



    Developments

    Gianforte was charged with misdemeanor assault and faces a $500 fine or 6 months in prison or both.[4] Before audio of the incident was released, Gianforte’s campaign released a statement which contradicted eyewitness accounts of the event. Gianforte’s spokesman, Shane Scanlon, said, “After asking Jacobs to lower the recorder, Jacobs declined. Greg then attempted to grab the phone that was pushed in his face. Jacobs grabbed Greg’s wrist and spun away from Greg, pushing them both to the ground.”



    However, Gianforte is not heard on the recording asking Jacobs to lower the recorder. Gianforte’s opponent, Rob Quist, declined to comment, saying it was more a matter for law enforcement. As of the morning of May 25th, 2017, it is unclear how the event will affect the race.

    Online Reaction

    Twitter users reacted with a mix of shock and humor at the news. Many users in politics and journalism reacted with concern over whether or not the fact a politician assaulted a reporter would hurt his chances in an election.[5]



    Wrestling Jokes

    Many on Twitter made jokes about the incident. While some tied their jokes to current events,[7] one of the most prominent kinds of jokes compared the incident to something that would happen in Professional Wrestling. Uproxx[6] covered the prevalence of these jokes.



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  • 05/25/17--10:04: Bad Acronyms
  • WIP

    About

    Bad Acronyms are a series of jokes and photoshoppedimage macros where the words of an acronym do not match up with the letters of that acronym. An acronym is a pneumonic device where each letter in a word stands for another word (for example, the word “Scuba” is an acronym for for " S elf – C ontained U nderwater B reathing A pparatus). The jokes are generally used in shitposts.

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  • 05/25/17--10:48: Red Nose Day
  • Overview

    Red Nose Day is an annual fundraising event for the Comic Relief, a charity committed to raising money for childhood poverty throughout the world. The fundraising culminates on Red Nose Day, in which Comic Relief holds a live event, featuring live comedy, sketches, and documentaries. The organization has raised more than $1 billion worldwide.

    Background

    On December 25th, 1985, Comic Relief launched on the English television talk show Late, Late Breakfast Show from a Sudanese refugee camp. Four months later, the charity held the first, live fundraising event, “Comic Relief Utterly Utterly Live at Shaftesbury Theatre in London (shown below).[1]


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    Two years later, on February 8th, 1988, Comic Relief held the first Red Nose Day telethon, which featured more than 150 celebrities and comedians, raising more than $19 million. To date, Red Nose Day has brought in more than $1 billion globally.[2]

    Also in 1988, in 1988, a US chapter of Comic Relief launched. Comic Relief US was a televised event created by Bob Zmuda, televised by HBO, and hosted Billy Crystal, Whoopi Goldberg and Robin Williams.

    Red Noses

    In advertising materials for Red Nose Day, celebrities typically don Red Noses, which people can also buy for charitable donations. The symbolism of the nose is to connect the charity to comedy (the red nose of a clown) and to raise awareness for the charity.

    Development

    The second Red Nose Day, Red Nose Day 2, was held on March 10, 1989, raising more than $34 million. Since then, the event has been held bi-annually in March.

    In 2015, Red Nose Day was formally brought to the United States.

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    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – Comic Relief:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comic_Relief#Red_Nose_Day_history

    [2]USA Today – Red Nose Day is today: What exactly is it?:https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation-now/2017/05/25/red-nose-day-what-is-it/344896001/


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  • 05/25/17--11:52: Super Deluxe
  • About

    Super Deluxe is a comedic entertainment media and production company. The company, which originally started in 2007, relaunched in 2015, generating a sizable fanbase thanks to their surreal edits of footage from the 2016 Presidential Election.

    History

    Initial Launch

    On October 30th, 2006, the Ted Turner-owned TBS (Turner Broadcasting System) announced a free, internet-based comedy service called “Super Deluxe.”[1] In a press release, Super Deluxe Vice President Drew Reifenberger said, “Super Deluxe is focused on original, television-quality programming, presented with a distinct editorial voice and in a highly interactive and social environment. It will deliver an experience more akin to watching your favorite TV show.”

    Super Deluxe launched in January 2007 and featured content from Bob Odenkirk, Maria Bamford, Tim Heidecker, Eric Wareheim, and Eugene Mirman.




    On May 7th, 2008, Turner announced that they would be folding Super Deluxe into AdultSwim.com, laying off much of their staff in the process.[2]

    Relaunch

    On October 6th, 2015, Variety reported that Turner Broadcasting was preparing to relaunch Super Deluxe. This new iteration of the site would operate autonomously from Turner and Adult Swim -- although there would be crossover between creators and stars. The new venture would be led by Wolfgang Hammer of CBS.[3]

    Features

    Facebook Live

    Super Deluxe regularly holds live, interactive events on their Facebook Live channel. On May 22nd, 2017, Super Deluxe asked followers to send in selfies and an on-camera personality would eat the pictures live, allowing viewers to choose which dipping sauce they wanted the selfies dipped in (shown below).[6] The event received more than 7,000 reactions and 1,000 shares.



    Video

    Super Deluxe’s website is also home to their library of videos, which include recuts, animated infotainment videos, web series, and more.



    Games

    Super Deluxe’s website offers multiple interactive games, including Punch-A-Nazi, Drop Drake, and What Is Young Thug Saying?[6]

    Highlights

    Straight Outta Compton Oscar-Bait Trailer

    On February 26th, 2016, Super Deluxe released the viral video “If Straight Outta Compton Was An Oscar Contender,” a trailer remix of the 2015 NWA biopic, in which the rap group’s white manager takes center stage, satirizing the Oscars So White controversy. The video received attention from several news outlets, including TIME,[4] Complex,[5] and more.



    The 2016 Presidential Election

    Throughout the "2016 Presidential Election:/memes/events/2016-united-states-presidential-election, Super Deluxe became a hub of remixes, parodies, and surreal comedy through their short edits of debates, campaign videos, interviews, and more.



    Bayard And Me

    In May 2017, Super Deluxe premiered a short documentary about Bayard Rustin, an openly gay civil rights activist, known for organizing the March on Washington and advising Martin Luther King, Jr, at Sundance. _Bayard & Me follows his partner Walter Naegel and the phenomeon of intergenerational gay adoption.[10]



    Bayard & Me from Super Deluxe on Vimeo.


    The Chances

    Super Deluxe’s first half-hour TV series, The Chances, is the first show to star deaf characters played by deaf actors and written by deaf writers.

    Related Memes

    Vic Berger

    Vic Berger is a video editor, satirist, and musician most well-known for his humorous Vine edits during 2016 Republican Presidential Primary and for trollingJeb Bush during his 2016 presidential campaign.



    Joanne the Scammer

    Joanne The Scammer is an internet character played by comedian Braden Miller. The character rose to fame via their twitter account, which has more than 750,000 followers,[7] and Instagram,[8] which has 2 million followers. Braden plays a woman who deals with people being petty and her being a caucasian theif.[9] Joanne the Scammer videos are now a Super Deluxe exclusive.



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  • 05/25/17--12:08: Ideal GF
  • About

    Ideal GF is an exploitable MS Paint illustration which is altered to depict different types of girlfriends (GFs), which initially gained popularity on 4chan’s /r9k/ board.

    Origin

    On September 29th, 2016, an anonymous 4chan user submitted a post to /r9k/[2] inviting viewers to submit edited versions of a MS Paint illustration depicting different kinds of GFs (shown below). Prior to being archived, the post gathered upwards of 500 responses.[2]



    Your Ideal Partner

    On August 30th, 2015, a thread was submitted to 4chan’s /fa/[1] (fashion) board featuring an exploitable MS Paint image, which many users altered to depict variations of themselves followed by their “ideal partner” (shown below).

    Spread

    On September 30th, 2016, Redditor Dawk19 submitted a gallery of illustrations from the original /r9k/ thread to the /r/4chan[4] subreddit. On May 5th, 2017, Twitter user @idiot_teen[7] tweeted a “Robot GF” illustration, which gathered upwards of 1,600 likes and 700 retweets within three weeks (shown below, left). The same day, @idiot_teen posted a version of the illustration titled “Princess GF” (shown below, right).



    On May 17th, the template image was submitted to the TeamFortressTV Forums.[5] On May 20th, a “perfect GF thread” featuring variations of the image was submitted to /r9k/.[6] On May 24th, a “Ideal GF” thread was launched on the /bant/ (international/random) board (shown below).[3]



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