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  • 06/15/17--09:11: Dam Edits
  • About

    Dam Edits refer to photoshopped pictures of a diagram showing how a dam protects a town from a large reservoir of water. In the edits, the dam, town, and reservoir are all labeled differently. They became popular on /r/dankmemes in mid-June of 2017.

    Origin

    On June 13th, 2017, Redditor deoxxy[1] posted the first edit, labeling the reservoir “Radical Islam,” the dam “Minecraft YouTubers,” and the town “You.” The post gained over 6,700 points in two days (shown below).



    Spread

    Over the following two days, dozens more edits appeared on the subreddit. Some of the most popular include an edit to the original post that replaced “Minecraft YouTubers” with “Roblox Pornstars” that gained 850 points (shown below, left).[2] Another positioning Fidget Spinners as the wall against drug abuse gained over 814 points (shown below, right).[3] The latter was posted to /r/MemeEconomy[4] where it gained over 240 points in 9 hours.



    Various Examples



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  • 06/15/17--09:50: The 7th Element
  • About

    The 7th Element is a 2001 pop song by Latvian singer Vitas, which circulated widely online after being posted to Reddit in 2015.

    Origin

    On December 13th, 2010, the vipnews2010 YouTube channel uploaded the 2001 music video for the song “The 7th Element” by the Latvian singer Vitas (shown below). Over the next seven years, the video received more than 11.7 million views.



    Spread

    On June 30th, 2015, Redditor jai_kasavin submitted the music video to /r/videos,[1] where it gathered upwards of 9,300 points (91% upvoted) and 1,000 comments prior to being archived. On July 2nd, YouTuber Random Channel reuploaded the Vitas music video, which gained upwards of 29 million views and 72,000 comments over the next two years.

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    About

    When I see dat tasty biscotti, otherwise known as biscotti whale, is a series of images centered around a drawing of a whale eating numerous things, namely things that are referred to as “tasty”. The images have in particular gained popularity on the /r/me_irl subreddit.

    Origin

    The original version of the image comes from a childrens’ book version of Walt Disney’s movie adaptation of Pinocchio, in which a giant whale tries to eat the main characters.


    http://i3.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/original/001/265/933/ac3.png

    On June 14, 2017, Reddit user Kowaidesu posted an updated version of the image with the whale instead eating biscottis coupled with the caption "When I see dat tasty biscotti’(shown below) which went on to receive over 4500 upvotes.[1]


    On the same day, Reddit user edwardpeterson posted an edited version of the image, replacing the biscottis with the original image and replaced the text with “When I see dat tasty new meme”(shown below) which went on to receive over 5900 upvotes.[2]


    External References


    [1]Reddit – original image

    [2]Reddit – second image

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  • 06/15/17--11:05: Ahegao Fingers
  • About

    Ahegao Fingers refers to a series of photoshopped images of a woman getting increasing amounts of sexual pleasure in response to the increasing amount of fingers that are implied to be going in her vagina. The punchline comes in the third panel, when what gives her the most sexual pleasure is a different object.

    Origin

    On May 8th, 2017, Redditor Kamuuyi[1] posted the first variation to /r/dank_meme, featuring an older man with hands open in the final panel (shown below). The post gained 62 points.

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    Various Examples

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  • 06/15/17--11:50: Living in 3017
  • “Living in 3017” is a phrase which originated on Twitter in May 2017. The full phrase is often a variation of “Y’all living in 2017, but this guy already in 3017” and used to caption a photo or video of a person demonstrating some kind of unusual pattern of thinking in solving mundane problems, often similar to a Life Hack.

    Origin

    The earliest known use of the phrase comes from Twitter user @MyFavsTrash on May 9, 2017, in which the self-described “shitposter” posted a photo of a full box of Reese’s Puffs with a hole cut in the top and milk being poured in:


    Spread

    In June 2017, the meme started gaining attention on various social media platforms, and caught the attention of several websites including PopBuzz,The Hook, and Smosh.Twitter also created a moment titled ""Meet the People Living in 2017",":https://twitter.com/i/moments/874606839618560000 which compiled a selection of tweets using the phrase, describing them as “when you’re too advanced for this millennium”.

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    About

    Smash Bros 4 Sync Dancing refers to a series of videos in which 8 fighters of the same character dance to the beat of a song that’s being played on a stage on Super Smash Bros 4 in sync, using a glitch that allows one player to control all eight dancers.

    Origin

    The first video of this kind was uploaded by Vaan14Xxx on January 24, 2016 onto YouTube. Titled “Smash 4 Kirby Dance”, it has over 200,000 views as of June 15, 2017.[1]



    Spread

    Later, on January 28, 2016, Vaan uploaded some more videos. One was a video with dancing Luigi’s titled “Dance of Luigi?”. It has over 20,000 views. [2]


    Afterward, on February 22, 2016, Yggi_the_tree uploaded a video titled “The Kirby Dance”. It has over 2.4 million views and over 67,000 likes.[3]


    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    [1]YouTube – Smash 4 Kirby Dance

    [2]YouTube – Dance of Luigi?

    [3]YouTube – The Kirby Dance


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    LOOK AT ME . . . IM FUCKINGCUTE!


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  • 06/15/17--18:18: Asbury Park Football Club
  • About

    Asbury Park Football Club (Asbury Park F.C. or A.P.F.C) is a fictitious soccer team based in Asbury Park, New Jersey and founded by two residents of the city, Shawn Francis and Ian Perkins, as a parody of a modern American professional soccer team in 2014. Due to their internet-savvy marketing and branding efforts on the social media, the nonexistent football club began garnering online attention in late 2016.

    Origin

    In 2013, Ian Perkins, a lifelong soccer fan and New Jersey-based British guitarist for the New Jersey rock band The Gaslight Anthem, began asking locals on Twitter about the location of the town’s titular park, hoping he may be able to find a pickup game with the Americans. In response, Shawn Francis, then a stranger and social media professional who had run a number of Major League Soccer (MLS) accounts, chimed in by saying that “soccer isn’t for playing anymore, but only for consuming.” Shortly after this cheeky exchange, the two men decided to entertain the idea of building the joke further into a convincing facade of a professional football club, beginning with a Twitter[1] account launched under the team name Asbury Park on January 7th, 2017.

    Spread

    Using Francis’ professional network and contacts, the duo continued to add layers of realism around the joke, complete with all the hallmarks of a well-established European football club, including a logo featuring Tillie, the city’s unofficial mascot of a smiling face on a famous mural near by the Asbury Park boardwalk, and a jersey deal with English football gear supplier Umbro, subsequently releasing more than 100 kits in both retro and modern style, which quickly sold out as the joke spread across the city and on Twitter.

    In July 2016, Francis and Perkins hired an architecture student in Sri Lanka to mock up 3D renderings of a small soccer stadium named “Samesong Park” atop Asbury Park’s waterfront landmark, Convention Hall. Upon the release of the renderings on Twitter[2][6], a number of local news outlets mistakenly covered the prank story as if it were a real plan for development.

    On May 24th, 2017, the co-founders of Asbury Park FC tweeted a faux-press release[3] claiming that they had signed Benjamin Geaux-Homme, a nonexistent “27-year-old right-winger” who had been on trial with the State of New York, in reference to the long-running local saying, “Benny go home.” On May 30th, 2017, a week later, Asbury Park FC abruptly announced via Twitter[4] that it had released the player in the wake of “a bust-up” with fan club members outside a bar.

    On June 14th, 2017, the New York Times[8] reported on the growing popularity of the nonexistent football club across the city and beyond, in an article titled “This Soccer Club Has Everything You’d Want Except…”

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  • 06/15/17--22:04: BMan
  • Eddie likes to eat out dead children


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  • 06/16/17--10:59: Amazed Lynx
  • “Amazed Lynx” or “Lynx y los memes” as it is commonly known in Spain is a meme created when the youtuber Lynx Reviewer (Chema or Chito as he is commonly referred) was streaming the E3 on his twitch channel. The last day of E3 2017 during Nintendo´s conference, Nintendo released a video of “Rocket League for Switch” where a car left the screen and entered using this time a hat. At that moment, Lynx reviewed screamed “¡Abrazan al meme! ¡Es que abrazan al puto meme!”, translated as “They are holding the meme! They are fucking holding the meme!” since it was a situation very similar to the known new Stacy Maliboo clip from the Simpsons where a lot of girls and Mr Smithers bought a new Stacy Maliboo since “The hat is new”. After that moment, Amazed Lynx is used when a situation is a complete unintentional parody of a common popular meme, such as the time where president Trump lost his pants referencing the known scene from the Simpsons where Grandpa Simpsons has his pants loose while talking to Montgomery Burns.


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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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  • 06/16/17--11:39: Shittyflute
  • About

    Shittyflute refers to the practice of intentionally covering songs on the flute terribly for humorous effect in videos. The form has mostly been popularized by the YouTube account Shittyflute.

    Precursor

    Prior to the popularization of Shittyflute covers, other popular videos in which a person poorly plays a popular song had appeared on YouTube. Most notably, P.Lo uploaded “Jurassic Park Theme Song (Melodica Cover)” on January 30th, 2012, and has since gained over 13 million views (shown below).



    Origin

    On January 24th, 2015, Shittyflute uploaded their first cover. It was of Iggy Azalea’s Fancy, and gained over 26,000 views (shown below).



    Spread

    In the coming years, Shittyflute would go on to upload over a hundred more videos and amass over 220,000 subscribers.[1] Some of his most popular covers include Take On Me, which gained over 2.6 million views (shown below, left) and Britney Spears’ “Toxic,” which gained 1.6 million views (shown below, right).



    Shittyflute began to draw media coverage in late 2016. On October 26th, the channel was covered by Buzzfeed.[2] Electronic Beats[3] and The Fader[4] have also covered the channel. On July 2nd, 2015, a subreddit was created for users to upload their own shitty flute covers by xbsd,[5] though it only has 1,100 subscribers.

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    Overview

    Megyn Kelly’s Alex Jones Interview refers to a controversial interview conducted by NBC News host Megyn Kelly with InfoWars host Alex Jones. After a preview of the interview was released in early June 2017, Jones claimed Kelly and NBC had misrepresented his views, leading him to release audio of conversations with Kelly recorded prior to the interview.

    Background

    On June 11th, 2017, former Fox News anchor and current NBC anchor Megyn Kelly announced that on Sunday, June 18th, she would interview Alex Jones on her NBC News series Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly. In a tweet that night, she posted a clip from the interview (shown below) along with the caption “Next Sunday, I sit down with conservative radio host @RealAlexJones to discuss controversies and conspiracies #SundayNight June 18 on NBC.” Within 72 hours, the tweet received more than 2,100 retweets and 5,400 likes.




    Developments

    Online Reaction

    Following Kelly’s tweet, many began questioning her decision behind interviewing Jones, with arguing that giving Jones a platform on NBC News legitimizes his controversial views. That night, following the comments to her tweet, Kelly tweeted a defense of the interview, saying “POTUS’s been on & praises @RealAlexJones’ show. He’s giving Infowars a WH press credential. Many don’t know him; our job is 2 shine a light” (shown below). Within The tweet received more than 560 retweets and 1,800 likes.



    Car Photo

    The following day, Twitter user @yashar posted a picture of Megyn Kelly and Alex Jones posing for a selfie in a car. He captioned the tweet: “Wow.” The tweet (shown below) received more than 800 retweets and 1,300 likes within 24 hours.[2]



    After tweeting the picture, other Twitter users began using the photograph in a variety of image macros (examples below).



    Boycotts

    The following day, on June 12th, J.P. Morgan Chase removed any of their personal advertising from Kelly’s show, demanding that their advertisements not appear adjacent the interview or promotion for the interview.[3] Furthermore, the Sandy Hook Promise Foundation, a gun violence prevention nonprofit group founded by Sandy Hook families disinvited Kelly to host their annual Promise Champions Gala.[4] On June 13th, Kelly tweeted a response to criticism, specifically addressing being disinvited from the Sandy Hook Promise Gala (shown below).[5]



    Jones’ Reaction

    That day, Alex Jones responded to the criticism on his daily InfoWars broadcast, where he accused the NBC interview of misrepresenting his views on the Sandy Hook shooting (shown below).



    Interview Leak

    On June 15th, 2017, InfoWars news director Rob Drew tweeted a trailer featuring a “sneak peek” at what he claimed would be the “full interview” conducted with Megyn Kelly (shown below).




    That day, The Alex Jones Channel YouTube channel uploaded a video titled “Alex Jones Megyn Kelly Full Interview Leaked,” which contained audio of Jones and Kelly discussing how the interview would be conducted (shown below). While introducing the video, Alex Jones refers to Megyn Kelly and her crew as “intelligence operatives” and claims she attempted to misrepresent his views. Within 24 hours, the video gained over 345,000 views and 4,000 comments.



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    NOTICE: THISENTRY IS A [W.I.P.]

    About

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    Events Prior To Arrest



    NOTICE: THISHAPPENED IN 2015

    Arrest

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    Notable Developments

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    External References

    [1]Chicago Sun Times – YouTube star Austin Jones charged with child porn counts in Chicago

    [2]La Times – Internet singer Austin Jones charged with felony child-pornography production

    [3]E! Online – YouTube Star Austin Jones Arrested on Child Pornography Charges

    [4]Aol News – Popular YouTube star Austin Jones, 24, arrested on child pornography charges: Disturbing details

    [5]Buzzfeed News – YouTube Star Austin Jones Blocked From Internet In Child Porn Case

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  • 06/16/17--14:32: Cuca the Alligator
  • About

    Cuca the Crocodile is an anthropomorphic alligator villain in the early 2000s Brazilian children’s television show Sitio do Picapau Amarelo. In mid June 2017, animated GIFs of the character were widely circulated on Twitter, along with captioned jokes written from the perspective of the character.

    Origin

    From 2001 to 2006, the children’s show Sitio do Picapau Amarelo aired in Brazil, which featured the character Cuca as a witch with the body of an alligator. On June 15th, 2017, Twitter user @MrVicks posted a GIF of the character along with lyrics from the 2010 song “Check It Out” performed by American rappers will.i.am and Nicki Minaj (shown below).




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    [Superheavy WIP]

    About

    “Whoever Dis Guy Is He Nd Asshole” is a catchphrase associated with rapper and GS9 member Bobby Shmurda and his 2014 song with fellow GS9 member Rowdy Rebel, “Computers”.


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    LINK :
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sK_hudeeZzw&t=1s


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  • 06/18/17--01:30: Buck Naked Angel
  • About

    Just like the Blue waffle, the term “buck naked angel” is also google search shock image of a muscular guy with a pussy.

    Origin

    Buck Angel (Jake Miller) is a trans man (assigned female at birth but whose gender identity is that of a man) who works at adult films. He is described as “The Man With a Pussy”.

    Seach Interest

    When I googled “Buck Naked Angel” for the first time

    CLICKHERE TO SEARCHFORBUCKNAKEDANGEL (SEARCH AT YOUOWNRISK)

    References

    https://9gag.com/gag/a2Y7MoO/when-i-googled-buck-naked-angel-for-the-first-time
    https://twitter.com/BuckAngel/status/385130261228158976
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buck_Angel
    https://www.reddit.com/r/IAmA/comments/1nj6vo/author_activist_and_pioneer_buck_angel_here_ama/


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

    Milkshake Duck is an internet slang term referring to a representation of a viral internet star who is briefly adored by the public 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 “we regret to inform you the duck is racist” (shown below). Within one year, the tweet gained over 22,700 likes and 9,600 retweets.



    Spread

    On January 9th, 2017, Tumblr user Pleated Jeans[3] highlighted @pixelatedboat’s tweet in a listicle titled “15 Twitter Jokes Everyone Should Read.”

    On June 11th, Urban Dictionary user Disnaem created an entry for “Milkshake Duck,” defining it as a person who rapidly becomes famous for something wholesome before they are “revealed as a deeply flawed character with terrible opinions and/or a shady past” (shown below).



    The Last Night E3 2017 Reveal

    At the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) on June 11th, 2017, the upcoming cyberpunk neo-noir game The Last Night was unveiled (shown below).



    That evening, Twitter user @ponettplus tweeted that their excitement for the game had disappated after discovering that the lead developer was previously a GamerGate supporter who noted he was working on a game that “takes place in a future where ‘progressivism’ has spiraled out of control” (shown below).



    Meanwhile, Twitter user @Xythar tweeted a screenshot of user @9_volt88 reacting to the news about the game, noting “This is the fatest Milkshake Duck I’ve ever seen take place IRL” (shown below). Additionally, a post titled “‘The Last Night’” (Milkshake Duck incarnate)" was created on NeoGAF.[4] Also that evening, GaintBomb senior editor Alex Navarro tweeted “we are now milkshake ducking at speeds heretofore unseen by man.”[5]



    Meanwhile, @pixelatedboat[6] thanked The Last Night developer for celebrating the tweet’s one-year anniversary “in style” (shown below, left) followed by game developer Zoe Quinn tweeting that she was “100% for never letting it go when a developer participated in GamerGate” (shown below, right).[7]



    In response, Soret tweeted that the game is not “against feminism or any form of equality” but that it did “challenge techno-social progress as a whole” (shown below).[8]



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    External References

    [1]Twitter – @pixelatedboat

    [2]Urban Dictionary – Milkshake Duck

    [3]Pleated Jeans – 15 Twitter Jokes Everyone Should Read

    [4]NeoGAF – The Last Night

    [5]Twitter – @alex_navarro

    [6]Twitter – @pixelatedboat

    [7]Twitter – @UnburntWitch

    [8]Twitter – timsoret


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  • 06/18/17--19:49: Ageeb Amien

  • Ageeb Amien is an instagram user who currently has 290 followers. He has posted one very smug photo of himself in a very low quality. This photo has sparked interest in many young adults as they find Amien’s face to be classy and attractive. This meme should be developed in every country ily bb thx ly


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