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  • 06/10/17--02:44: Sarcastically Surprised Kirk
  • The original image is a screen shot from the animated 1960’s Star Trek series. The meme comes from an unknown source, however, several variants and text memes have been created with the base image that is generally used as a reaction to posts on facebook, twitter, and occasionally Reddit.


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  • 06/10/17--09:51: The Floor is X
  • The Floor is X refers to an image macro featuring two panels showing a person avoiding “lava.” It has been used to make memes about actions that one person will try their best to avoid doing.

    Origin

    The original two pics came from a Twitter account called Giuliana 🖤‏. She posted the two images with a caption about sleeping early, only to sleep very late.


    Spread

    On June 8, 2017, a Facebook page named Lucas – From Out of Nowhere posted an image where the person is covered with a Nintendo logo, featuring a caption that says “The floor is Mother 3 localization.” This gained 649 reacts and 408 shares so far.

    On the same day, a Twitter account called avdol if u out there posted a similar picture where the person is Hirohiko Araki, with the captions “the floor is writing a coherent story without plot holes.”


    On June 9, 2017, a Facebook page named Short Nigga Memes posted an edited version of the two pictures featuring actual lava. This gains 1.7k reacts and 739 shares.



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  • 06/10/17--16:18: Eiffel tower meme
  • Can someone photoshop the Eiffel Tower under my finger?


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    About

    Catch the Ice Dude, also known as Cannonball Ice Dude, is a video created in 2012 about a guy in Germany jumping into a pool as an advertisement for his new band “SysKill”. Unfortunately, he didn’t realize that the pool was frozen solid, and when he jumps for a cannonball, he bounces on the middle of the ice without a single scratch on the ice.

    Origin

    On Sep 28, 2012, TheDude uploaded Catch the Ice Dude onto YouTube. In one month, it would get over 18 million views.[1] As of June 10, 2017, it has over 31 million views. The video is of a guy preparing to jump into a pool as an advertisement for his new band, SysKill. Sadly, he fails to realize that water isn’t solid, and he lunges toward the ice only to comically bounce off of it.[2]



    Spread

    On October 17, 2012, ProfesorBacterio posted the video to Reddit, where it got over 3,900 points (95% upvoted), and over 1,600 comments.[3]

    October 17, 2012, dailyquicklips reuploaded the video onto YouTube, where it got about 4 million views (Below, Left).[4] On Oct 22, 2012, newsmediaviral reuploaded the original video, only on this video, it is replayed afterward in slow motion. This video has over 125,000 views, and is called" German Man Jumps Into Hard Frozen Pool" (Below, Right).[5]



    SysKill

    Despite the success of the video, SysKill wasn’t a big success. They made one song, titled “The F--ker”. It has over 128,000 views on YouTube, but it only has 972 likes and over 400 dislikes.[6]



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    About

    #ThingsThatLeaveBritainReeling is a hashtag response to frequent reports that the country of Great Britain was “reeling” after the 2017 London Attack. The hashtag comedically sends the idea that mundane or banal things irritate the country’s citizens more so than terrorism.

    Origin

    Following the 2017 London Attack, many media outlets, including ABC, began describing Great Britain as “reeling.” In the early morning of June 4th, 2017, The New York Times tweeted “The London attacks hit a nation still reeling from the shock of the bombing in Manchester almost 2 weeks ago,” along with a link to the accompanying article (shown below).[1] The tweet received more than 590 retweets and 870 likes in 24 hours.



    Shortly after, Twitter user @A_V_M_L responded with a black and white picture of a woman drinking tea while sitting on a pile of rubble with the caption "This is what “reeling” means in British English @nytimes." The tweet (shown below, left) received more than 6,500 retweets and 17,400 likes in 24 hours.[5]Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling also tweeted, “The thugs who mowed down innocent people would love to think of the UK ‘reeling’ but it isn’t. Don’t confuse grief with lack of courage.” Her tweet (shown below, right) received more than 23,000 retweets and 79,000 likes in 24 hours.



    The first person to use the hashtag #ThingsThatLeaveBritainReeling as Twitter user @AndyGilder,[11] who on June 4th, tweeted “Putting milk first in the tea #ThingsThatLeaveBritainReeling.” The post (shown below) received more than 260 retweets and 880 likes.



    Spread

    Once the hashtag started trending, people began sarcastically naming the everyday things that leave Britain reeling (examples below). Several news outlets covered the hashtag, including BBC,[6] HuffPo,[7] Newsweek,[9] The Washington Post[10] and more.



    On June 4th, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver devoted a segment to the hashtag (shown below) and referred to coverage of citizens’ response to the attacks as “insulting.” Several news outlets covered Oliver’s segment, including The Daily Beast,[2] Vanity Fair,[3] Entertainment Weekly[4] and more.



    Various Examples




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  • 06/11/17--21:26: It's Radical!
  • ABOUT

    The “It’s Radical!” meme is usually replaced with different drinks, instead of him advertising an energy drink and/or soda, he would be drinking bleach and phrasing, “IT’S RADICAL!”. The meme is seen quite a bit, but hasn’t really been spoken about, in general though it can be very funny.

    Fact: The Product is named Xtreme Soda

    HOWMANY RE-MEME’S

    There has only been around about 50 – 30 to about just 20 videos of the meme, and barely any pictures of it, but it’d be cool to see this meme come to light, since it really hasn’t gotten much attention at all. Might share it for myself..

    MY OPINION

    It’s not half bad of a meme, as you can replace the part with him drinking it with pretty much anything, which can make it really funny, seeming that ANYTHING can be greenscreened there. Imagine what people would greenscreen, bleach, gasoline. He shouldn’t have drinked it in the ad… For real, anything can be put there, but it makes for funny outcomes.

    POSSIBLEORIGINS

    Mostly the meme consists of an episode of SpongeBob where Patrick can be seen completely wrinkled, tanned, sun-burnt, basically fried, getting out of under the stone, and some reference being made to the Xtreme Soda ad. The only video evidence that this could be from an actual SpongeBob episode is named Bob Esponja – Es Radical! on December / 8th, 2010. By a Spanish Youtuber with only 21 subscribers


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  • 06/12/17--05:27: Boneless Pizza
  • About

    Boneless Pizza refers to a series of image macros and prank calls referencing a YouTube video featuring a mock dialogue between a man ordering a “boneless pizza” and an incredulous restaurant employee.

    Origin

    On May 28th, 2017, YouTuber Sethical uploaded a slideshow of a man wearing a mask of the character Aku Aku from the Crash Bandicoot franchise attempting to order a pizza delivery, who confuses a restaurant employee by requesting “boneless pizza” (shown below). Within three weeks, the video received more than 300,000 views and 700 comments.



    Spread

    On June 1st, Sethical uploaded a sequel titled “Can I get a bag of chips with that,” referencing the Understandable, Have a Nice Day and Did You Just Assume My Gender? internet memes (shown below)



    On June 3rd, 2017, Redditor SoberSimpson created the /r/BonelessPizza[1] subreddit for memes referencing the original video. The following day, YouTuber AndrewBrosVideos ABV uploaded audio of a prank call mimicking the original video (shown below, left). The following day, YouTuber Magnaviz uploaded an animated version of the original Sethical video (shown below, right).



    On June 8th, Urban Dictionary[2] user Hugh Dick submitted an entry for “boneless pizza,” defining it as “pizza with no bones in it.” Meanwhile, Redditor Davybomb submitted a post asking if boneless pizza memes were “on the rise” to /r/MemeEconomy.[3]

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Reddit – /r/bonelesspizza

    [2]Urban Dictionary – boneless pizza

    [3]Reddit – /r/MemeEconomy


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  • 06/12/17--05:37: CCTV Camera Dealers Bokaro
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  • 06/12/17--07:52: Lord Buckethead
  • About

    Lord Buckethead is a satirical political candidate who has in three UK General Elections. An intergalactic space lord, the character points out the absurdity of UK politics, highlighting the difficulty of government, its leaders and policy though tongue-in-cheek, science fiction-themed platforms.

    Origin

    Lord Buckethead is a character from the 1984 science fiction comedy film Hyperspace aka Gremloids, a parody of Star Wars.[1] In the film, Lord Buckethead accidentally lands on earth in search of a Princess and secret transmissions (clip below). The film’s writer and director Todd Durham created the character.



    Three years later, in 1987, Buckethead appeared in his first political campaign, running against Margaret Thatcher in the UK General Election for Paliament.[2] Representing the Gremloids Party, a fictious political party, he ran on the platform of demolishing Birmingham, England to make way for a spaceport. He won 131 votes.

    Spread

    Five years later, April 9th, 1992, Lord Buckethead ran against conservative party leader John Major. He won 107 votes.[3]

    On May 10th, 2017, Lord Buckethead joined Twitter, and within one month has amassed more than 86,000 followers.[7]

    On June 6th, Lord Buckethead posted the video “Where are we know?” (shown below, left), a comedy song, which has received more than 120,000 views within a week. The next day, he posted a video of himself discussing his platform (shown below, right), and comparing Britains lack of self awareness to a man with an infected erection. The post, entitled “Lord Buckethead: A SHOCKINGSTORYABOUTTHENHS” received more than 50,000 views in less than a week.



    On June 8th, Lord Buckethead ran against Prime Minister Theresa May in the UK General Election. Winning 249 votes, his most ever, Buckethead appeared on stage with May, Jeremy Corbyn and fellow joke candidates Elmo and Howling “Laud” Hope of the Monster Raving Loony Party, the pictures of which became a viral sensation.

    The next morning, on June 9th, Lord Buckethead tweeted[8] a picture of him on stage dabbing with the caption “Morning! No, you didn’t dream it. I stood on a stage with the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom. (And I did a dab).” The tweet (shown below, left) received more than 26,000 retweet and 57,000 likes in less than a week.

    The morning, he also tweeted[10] a photograph of himself sitting cross legged at the hall where the election was called with the caption “Savouring the moment.” The tweet (shown below, right) received more than 10,000 retweets and 36,000 likes.



    Later that day, on June 9th, Redditor ontothefuture posted a picture of Buckethead on stage in the /r/The_Donald] Subreddit (shown below, left). The post, entitled “Folks, the Brits have Lord BucketHead, Boss Hogg and Elmo as candidates. They never get to make fun of our elections again.” The post received more than 3,000 points (96% upvoted) and 120 comments. Also that day, Redditor the_trashman_devito posted[12] the image in the /r/DankMemes subreddit in the thread “Lord Buckethead>Theresa May.” They picture included the caption: “‘Nothing is more fucked up than American politics’ Brtain: ’”hold my tea.“:http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/hold-my-beer’” The post (shown below, right_ received more than 1,200 points (98% upvoted).



    Moreover on June 9th, Redditor deceptiveconsumption asked the /r/OutOfTheLoop subreddit “AnsweredWho is Lord Buckethead? Where did He Come From? Why?” The post received more than 1,000 points (93% upvoted) and 140 comments in two days.[15] On June 10th, Buckethead also received an AMA request by B3RT4N14 in the /r/ukpolitics subreddit, which received more than 1,000 points (96% upvoted) and 120 comments in less than a day.[14]

    Following the picture, Twitter user @AliPlumb[9] posted a picture of Darth Vader Lego with two black Lego blocks for a head and the caption I can’t believe Lego have made a Lord Buckethead minifigure already." The post (shown below, left) received more than 4,600 retweets and 11,200 likes in three days.



    On June 12th, John Oliver devoted 19 minutes of the show to discuss the vote (shown below), highlighting Lord Buckethead in the process. Following the segment, Oliver announced that they had flown Lord Buckethead to the studio to appear on the show. Within 12 hours of being posted to YouTube, the clip received more than 598,000 views.

    Several news outlets covered Lord Buckethead’s appearance on the show, including Rolling Stone,[4] The AV Club,[5]USA Today[6] and more. The clip was posted in the /r/Europe subreddit by Redditor MrScotchFingers,[13] where it received more than 860 points (75% upvoted) and 220 comments in six hours.



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  • 06/12/17--08:44: Milkshake Duck
  • About

    Milkshake Duck is a character representing a viral internet star who is briefly adored prior to the discovery of their distasteful or offensive past.

    Origin

    On June 12th, 2016, Twitter user @pixelatedboat[1] posted a tweet about the internet’s love for “Milkshake Duck,” followed by the revelation that the “duck is racist” (shown below). Within one year, the tweet gained over 22,700 likes and 9,600 retweets.



    Spread

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Twitter – @pixelatedboat

    [2]

    [3]


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    About

    Purposefully Bad Volume Sliders is a fad on the subreddit /r/ProgrammerHumor in which users post GIFs of the least-intuitive design for a computer’s sound-level control they can create.

    Origin

    On June 2nd, 2017, Redditor PM_ME_YOUR_WATERMELO posted a GIF of a simple, unintuitive volume slider with the title “Who can make the best volume slider?”[1] The post gained over 10,400 points on the subreddit.



    Spread

    This was the first of dozens of posts in the subreddit in which people posted various unintuitive volume sliders, many of which gained tens of thousands of points. The most popular, posted by MrTarantula,[2] made the feature similar to a manual window roller, and gained over 39,100 points (shown below).



    Other popular posts include one by BMJ that showed the volume being launched like a catapult that gained over 35,000 points (shown below, left) and another post by MrTarantula that showed the volume being increased via bicycle pump that gained over 26,000 points (shown below, right). The posts began drawing media attention a week after the trend started. News outlets to cover Purposefully Bad Volume Sliders include SelectAll,[3] Motherboard,[4] and DesignerNews.[5]



    Various Examples



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  • 06/12/17--10:08: Éirinn O'Kelly
  • About

    Éirinn O’Kelly is a YouTuber from Arizona, who inspired a viral sensation and a slew of memes after posting the videos “Hat,” “Hat Again” and “Hat 3.”

    Online History

    Éirinn O’Kelly joined YouTube on November 28th, 2007. However, it would take him nearly 10 years to post his first video. On February 16th, he did so, uploading the video “Brandy,” in which he sings opera and the song “(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life” from the Dirty Dancing soundtrack, according to the description, for a woman named Brandy (shown below).



    On February 28th, O’Kelly posted two video both entitled Drumpf. In the video, O’Kelly, who can be seen wearing a Make America Great Again hat and Donald Trump t-shirt, discusses the history of the Trump family, fixating on whether Trump’s father is Jewish or not. The first video (shown below, left) received more than 7,700 views as of June 2017, while the second (shown below, right) received more than 8,800 views.



    Hat/Hat Again

    On March 11th, O’Kelly the first in a series of videos that would make him a viral hit, “Hat.” In the video, O’Kelly discusses his hat, a straw, wide-brimmed that he claims to wear all the time.

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  • 06/12/17--10:44: Jeff Sessions
  • About

    Jeff Sessions is a conservative politician from Alabama, USA. After serving as a Senator for the state for two decades, he joined President Donald Trump’s cabinet in 2017 as his Attorney General, where most notably he has been an important figure in the ongoing Russiagate investigation.

    History

    Jeff Sessions was born in Selma, Alabama in 1946.[1] After practicing law in the state, Sessions was named the state’s US Attorney for the Southern District of Alabama by Ronald Reagan in 1981. In 1986, Reagan nominated Sessions to be a judge on the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Alabama. However, Sessions’ history of partiality with regards to issues dealing with race kept the state Senate from confirming him. Famously in this confirmation proceeding, Coretta Scott King wrote a letter strongly recommending against confirming Sessions, saying “Anyone who has used the power of his office as United States Attorney to intimidate and chill the free exercise of the ballot by citizens should not be elevated to our courts… Mr. Sessions has used the awesome powers of his office in a shabby attempt to intimidate and frighten elderly black voters. For this reprehensible conduct, he should not be rewarded with a federal judgeship.”

    Attorney General

    Russiagate Involvement
    Views on Marijuana

    Related Memes

    Jeff Sessions Retire Bitch

    Nazi Keebler Elf

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – Jeff Sessions


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  • 06/12/17--10:50: Sector is clear
  • “Sector is clear” is a phrase originating from the official gameplay trailer for the 2017 video game “Star Wars: Battlefront II”. The phrase gained popularity online and eventually became a joke on r/PrequelMemes and YouTube.

    Orgin

    On Jun 10, 2017. during Electronic Arts’ E3 press conference, a new trailer for the game “Star Wars: Battlefront II” was shown. The video received widespread positivity from fans and amassed over 5,300,000 views in the next two days.

    In the trailer, scenes of clone troopers and battle droids fighting each other along with additional characters were demonstrated. At the 0:41 mark, a squad of clone troopers are patrolling an area, with one trooper reporting that the “sector is clear”. Suddenly, a double bladed lightsaber flies through the squadron, killing most of the members, with the same trooper yelling that the sector is “not clear” twice. The lightsaber is pulled back to who is revealed to be Darth Maul before he starts sprinting after the trooper.

    Spread

    Following the showcase, the scene became a joke within the YouTube comment section of the video. An upload by YouTuber Spyro of the moment was linked on r/Gaming and r/StarWarsBattlefront where they gained a good amount of upvotes and views.

    Additionally, several more reuploads of the scene were posted on YouTube with edits such as Darth Maul being a fidget spinner and the audio being placed into a scene in Revenge of the Sith where a youngling kills a few clone troopers.

    The phrase also gained influence on r/PrequelMemes, where several images were posted of the scene in some kind of meme fashion.


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  • 06/12/17--11:03: The Cooler Daniel
  • wip

    About

    The Cooler Daniel refers to a memorable high school senior yearbook screencap featuring a student named Daniel appearing in two pictures, wearing sunglasses in one of them and calling it “The cooler Daniel”. The pictures have often been used as exploitable.

    Origin

    On September 27th, 2013, reddit user jaycrew uploaded the picture on /r/funny,[1] gaining over 2893 points (96% upvoted) and 491 comments prior to being archived.



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  • 06/06/17--08:30: Lawnmower Man
  • About

    Lawnmower Man refers to an image of a Canadian man mowing his lawn while a tornado is in the distance. The casualness of the man with the inclement weather so close behind him caused the photo to go viral and led to photoshops of the picture.

    Origin

    On June 3rd, 2017, a tornado went through Three Hills, Canada, a town in Alberta. While it was happening, Canadian man Theunis Wessels decided to mow his lawn. His wife took a picture of him casually mowing his lawn and posted it on Facebook that evening.[1] The photo quickly went viral, gaining over 4,000 shares (shown below).



    Spread

    The following day, the photo was covered by CBC News,[2] where Wessels was interviewed and commented that while the tornado looks threatening in the photo, it was much farther away than it appeared and that he was “keeping an eye on it.” That quote became a popular joke associated with the picture. On Tumblr, a screenshot of CBC News’ tweeted headline featuring the quote gained over 124,000 notes.[3] In the comments shared with the post, user mortalityplays wrote “Every local headline I see out of canada is like this or someone punching a bear in the face. Are you guys okay?”, to which user raisehelia responded “we’re keeping an eye on things.” On Twitter, user @ningiou[4] posted the picture and captioned it “stopping thru an important event of the main story to do sidequests,” gaining over 27,000 retweets and 52,000 likes.



    The photo continued to spread on Reddit and Neogaf. On the former, a photoshop of the image combined with the movie poster for the film Lawnmower Man was posted to /r/funny,[5] gaining over 4,000 notes (shown below, left). On Neogaf, a thread about the story was soon filled with users photoshopping Wessels into different scenarios, such as War of the Worlds (shown below, right).



    Various Examples



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  • 06/12/17--12:08: Google, 11 Minutes Later
  • About

    Google, 11 Minutes Later refers to a series of two-panel photoshops. In the first panel, a person uses Google to search a question. A few minutes later, the same person searches a followup question, implying something major has happened in the intervening time.

    Origin

    On June 11th, 2017, Redditor c0mplexblue[1] posted the first variation to /r/dankmemes, in which the searches are “How to talk to girls” and “How to unpregnant sister.” The post gained over 4,700 points (shown below).



    Spread

    The format continued to trend on /r/dankmemes into the next day, as dozens of users uploaded variations. Some of the most popular include a reference to downloading Roblox, that gained 1,500 points (shown below, left) and a post about Alzheimer’s Disease that gained over 12,000 points (shown below, right).



    Several hours after the original post, c0mplexblue’s post was re-uploaded to /r/MemeEconomy by Kronzit29,[2] where it gained over 510 points. Kronzit29 also made a template. This was the first of several posts that made it onto the subreddit, though it was the most popular (examples shown below).



    Various Examples



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  • 06/12/17--12:09: Stout Defender Man
  • Originating from 8chan /b/ on June 12th, 2017. His role is to defend, but he has also been known to attacc with great power and little mercy on other non-master races.
    You can find his Youtube channel at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCK1bPc4_vj-PN7dQJh99qSw


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  • 06/12/17--12:35: Pride Reaction
  • About

    Pride Reaction is a rainbow flag emoticon introduced as part of Facebook’s celebration of LGBTQ Pride Month. Appearing in June 2017, the emoticon could only be unlocked if users liked a specific Facebook. It ultimately influenced image macros in which the Pride flag replaced the angry face, among other.

    Origin

    On June 5th, 2017, Facebook announced the emoticon’s release on their Facebook Newsroom blog.[1] They said, “You may see a colorful, limited-edition Pride Reaction during Pride Month. When you choose this temporary rainbow reaction, you’ll be expressing your “Pride” to the post.” The emoticon is version of the Pride Flag, the predominate symbol of LGBTQ rights, awareness and movement.



    The reaction, however, could only be used after users have liked Facebook’s LGBTQ@Facebook group.[2]

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  • 06/12/17--20:16: Hello, Neighbor
  • NOTICE: THISENTRY IS A WORK IN PROGRESS! IF YOUFEELLIKEYOUAREABLE TO HELPOUTWITHTHISENTRYPLEASEFEELFREE TO REQUEST AN EDITORSHIP!


    About

    Hello Neighbor is an upcoming survival horror video game developed by Dynamic Pixels and published by tinyBUILD Games, in which the player controls a recently moved in protagonist who sneaks into the basement of his neighbor’s house in order to discover a “horrible secret”. The game has attained a significant following online following its coverage from several notable Let’s Players as well as numerous theory videos from MatPat.

    Origin

    [W.I.P.]

    Online History

    [W.I.P.]

    Let’s Plays

    [W.I.P.]

    Game Theory

    [W.I.P.]

    Fanart

    [W.I.P.]

    External References


    [W.I.P.]

    [1]Official Website

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