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  • 06/18/17--23:21: Memory Hole
  • About

    The Memory Hole[1] is a website started by Everything is Terrible! that collects rejected submissions to America’s Funniest Home Videos. As of June 18, 2017 the site and it’s YouTube channel have cellected 143 videos with new videos uploaded every Friday.

    History

    The domain memoryhole.biz was registered on July 10, 2014.[2] On July 14, 2014 the site was announced via a post by Commodore Gilgamesh on Everything is Terrible’s official blog.[3] On November 5, Vice’s Troy Farah interviewed Commodore Gilgamesh regarding the site, Gilgamesh stated that they were given access to the “world’s largest collection of home videos” by the people who “run the longest-running primetime television program in history”[4] which, as of June 18, 2017, was America’s Funniest Home Videos.[5] The Memory Hole’s YouTube channel was launched on February 19, 2014 and has 143 videos and over 55,000 subscribers as of June 18, 2017.[6]

    Features

    The layout of the Memory Hole is a rather sparse grid of cells each containing a link to a different video. Under the video are buttons that allow the user to share it on either Facebook or Twitter.

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]The Memory Hole – Memory Hole

    [2]DomainTools – WHOIS for MemoryHole.biz

    [3]Everything is Terrible! – Memory Hole!

    [4]Vice.com – The Memory Hole Collects the 90s Home Movies That Were Too Weird for TV

    [5]Wikipedia – America’s Funniest Home Videos premise

    [6]YouTube – Memory Hole


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  • 06/19/17--07:59: Gremblo
  • About

    Gremblo is a cartoon character known for his short stature, purple-colored skin, who is often depicted in various situations with his wife Margie. After he was initially created by the Trash Toons YouTube channel in late 2016, animators Michael Cusack and PsychicPebbles began posting their own illustrations of Gremblo, encouraging others to post fan arts along with the hashtag #gremblo.

    Origin

    On December 26th, 2016, YouTuber Trash Toons uploaded a video titled “Gremblo,” in which a disgruntled office worker named Greg commits suicide after being nicknamed “Gremblo” (shown below).



    Spread

    On June 16th, 2017, Twitter user @MichaelRCusack[1][2] tweeted an illustration of the character followed by a photoshop of Gremblo with President Donald Trump (shown below). That day, the tweets were subsequently retweeted by animator PsychicPebbles (shown below).



    On June 17th, 2017, PsychicPebbles[5] posted a drawing of Gremblo aiming a rifle at a door while warning the intruder on the other wise that he is “prepared to defend myself and my family” (shown below, left). Shortly after, artist Shadman replied with an illustration of Gremblo reenacting a scene from the 1996 crime film Taxi Driver (shown below, right). PsychicPebbles subsequently announced he would be “compiling all Gremblo fan art for something genuinely special and important,” urging those who wanted to be included to post their original illustrations with the hashtag “#gremblo.”[4]



    That day, an anonymous 4chan user posted illustrations of Gremblo, claiming the character was “up for adoption”. Prior to being archived, the thread received more than 95 replies. Meanwhile, YouTuber Places to Visit in Hell uploaded a video of Gremblo floating in space while a piano can be heard in the background (shown below, left) and YouTuber secondkingMASH posted an animated of Gremblo running off a cliff and exploding (shown below, right).

    The following day, Redditor Mr_Nexxus submitted a post asking “What is ‘gremblo’ and what does Psychicpebbles have to do with it?” to /r/OutOfTheLoop.[3]



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Twitter – @MichaelRCusack

    [2]Twitter – @MichaelRCusack

    [3]Reddit – What is gremblo

    [4]Twitter – #gremblo

    [5]Twitter – @psychicpebbles


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  • 06/19/17--08:01: 2017 Finsbury Park Attack
  • Overview

    2017 Finsbury Park Attack was a terrorist attack carried out by a white male near the Finsbury Park mosque in north London on June 19th, 2017. The incident began when a 48-year-old white man drove over the curb outside the Muslim Welfare House as people were leaving nearby prayer services and breaking Ramadan fast, leaving one person dead and 10 injured. Within minutes, the attack was labeled a terrorist attack as the attacker was reported saying, “I want to kill Muslims. I want to kill Muslims.”

    Background

    On June 19th, 2017 at about 12:20 am (local time), a crowd from a nearby mosque had gathered to help an elderly Muslim man who had fallen down on Whadcoat Road. Just then, a white van drove onto the curb outside of the Muslim Welfare House on Seven Sisters Road in Finsbury Park, London, hitting several people helping the man and were taking part in the evening prayers after breaking Ramadan fast at the nearby Finsbury Park Mosque. People on the scene restrained the van’s driver, a 48-year-old white male.



    2017 Terror Attacks in the UK

    The Finsbury Park attack marks the fourth major terrorist attack in England this year. In March, another deadly vehicular assault in Westminster, followed by a suicide bomber at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, and finally, a second vehicle attack. These attacks have killed at least 30 people and injured dozens more.

    Developments

    Following the attack, people on the scene restrained the driver as a local Imam, a Muslim prayer leader, stopped the crowd from attack the attacker. Within minutes, emergency services were called. Eyewitnesses reported that the attacker attempted to run while screaming “I want to kill Muslims.”




    Emergency Response

    That day, Police confirmed the death of one victim, the same person the crowd had attempted to help just before the attack. Furthermore, they had confirmed that as many as nine people were being treated at nearby hospitals and some were in serious condition. All victims were Muslims, according to police.

    Online Reaction

    That day, Twitter published several Moments pages about the attack, including ones on the Imam who protected the attacker,[2] Theresa May’s response,[3] eyewitness accounts[4][5] and more. On Reddit, a thread entitled “Van hits pedestrians near Finsbury Park Mosque in London” received more than 43,000 points (80% upvoted) and 15,000 comments within 15 hours.[6]

    Media Coverage

    The morning of the attack, virtually all national news outlets covered the incident, including BBC, The New York Times,[7] The Washington Post,[8]CNN[9] and more.

    Government Response

    Later that day, British Prime Minister Theresa May condemned the incident as a terrorist attack, calling “it every bit as sickening as those which have come before” (video below, left).

    Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn visited the scene and said that “an attack on a mosque, an attack on a synagogue, an attack on a church is actually an attack on all of us.” (video below, right).



    Tommy Robinson Controversy

    That day, former English Defence League (EDL) leader Tommy Robinson tweeted “Before people start aiming hate or threats at me about this revenge attack at your mosque tonight,I’ve warned for yrs what u will create.”[10] The tweet (shown below, left) received more than 1,100 retweets and 3,300 likes in 12 hours. He followed this tweet with another, writing “The mosque where the attack happened tonight has a long history of creating terrorists & radical jihadists & promoting hate & segregation.”[11] The second tweet (shown below, right) received more than 3,100 retweets and 5,700 likes in 12 hours.



    After people took issue with Robinson’s comments, claiming that he was inciting hatred and attempting to justify the attack, Robinson tweeted twice more (below, left and right, respectively). First, he said, “im not justifying it,I’ve said many times if government or police don’t sort these centres of hate they will create monsters as seen tonight.”[12] He then wrote, “I genuinely hope the innocent people targeted tonight outside the mosque are ok.”[13]



    Finally, he posted a video to his Facebook account, explaining his views on the attack. The post receied more than 670,000 views, 34,000 reactions, and 12,100 likes.[14]



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  • 06/19/17--08:12: Father, I Crave Cheddar
  • About

    Father, I Crave Cheddar is the apparent title of a piece of abstract art portraying a disturbing version of Mickey Mouse. Online, it has developed a small following and is referenced in joke images and videos.

    Origin

    On May 14th, 2016, Imgur hobiewan[1] uploaded the image saying that it was found on display at a local school (shown below).



    Spread

    The picture quickly drew comparisons to the work of Chris Simpsons Artist. A commenter on the original post mentioned that, and the top comment on a Reddit post of the image also mentioned Chris.[2] That Reddit post, posted to /r/WTF by ibwitmypigeons on December 4th, 2016, gained over 17,000 points. On January 2nd, 2017, Vinesauce Vinny published a livestream he did in which he converted images to Midi files. The “Father, I Crave Cheddar” image came up around the 35-minute mark (shown below).



    Online, the image has inspired a small amount of variations and fan art on DeviantArt[3] and Tumblr, [4] but it has not seen a wide amount of spread. The other major reference to the picture online was posted to /r/funny[5] on June 17th, 2017 by 2buckburrito, when the poster said his son found a painted rock with the phrase on it. It gained nearly 19,000 points.



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    About

    Two Bros Chillin In A Hot Tub refers to a Vine video where Anthony Padilla sings a song about two other men relaxing in a jacuzzi, inferring that they are far apart from each other so they don’t appear homosexual. The Vine became popular on Tumblr as an example of heterosexual males being lightly mocked.

    Origin

    The video was created by Vine user and former Smosh member Anthony Padilla. The original Vine[1] was posted on May 30th, 2016 with the caption “what’s the opposite of gaydar?” (shown below). There, it gained 74,000 likes, 23,000 revines, and 42.8 million loops.



    Spread

    The Vine was quickly celebrated by the LGBTQ community on Tumblr. There, the Vine gained over 494,000 notes before Vine was shut down.[2] While popular there, the Vine didn’t begin coming a proper meme on the site until June of 2017, when it was adopted as a major meme for Pride Month. On June 9th, Tumblr user bumble-bee-tea[3] published a Bad Acronym featuring the letters LGBT standing for “Lesbian, Gay, Babadook, Two bros chillin in a hot tub five feet apart cuz they’re not gay,” gaining over 46,000 notes (shown below, left). User wrecknian[4] posted a similar joke and gained over 109,000 notes (shown below, right).



    Another popular use of the meme is for fandoms to apply the quote to male characters in potentially homosexual situations. For example, user Bobahunk[5] uploaded the quote with a picture of two characters from Voltron and gained over 12,000 notes (shown below, left). Another post by resistancefighterjaal[6] used the quote in reference to Mass Effect: Andromeda characters and gained over 1,000 notes (shown below, right).



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  • 06/19/17--11:34: You Have Minutes To Live
  • About

    You Have Minutes To Live refers to a snowclone in which a doctor informs the poster that they have a certain amount of time to live, which the poster elects to fill with a particular YouTube video.

    Origin

    On November 29th, 2016, Twitter user @piqlos[1] posted the first example of the meme, with the doctor saying he had seven minutes to live and piqlos responding with a Replacement Remix of Bee Movie. His tweet gained over 44,000 retweets and 106,000 likes (shown below).

    Spread

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    Unavailable

    External References

    [1]Twitter – @piqlos


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    About

    Nikos Giannopoulos’ White House Portrait is a viral photograph of Rhode Island’s Teacher of the Year, Nikos Giannopoulos holding a black lace fan with President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump.

    Origin

    On April 26th, 2017, Nikos Giannopoulos, Rhode Island’s Teacher of the Year, met with at the White House for the National Teacher of the Year ceremony. A few days later, on April 28th, Giannopoulos posted about his experience at the White House and his meeting President Trump, as well as his thoughts on Trump’s “anti-LGBTQ policies” on Facebook.[1] The post received more than 15,000 reactions, 4,000 shares and 1,000 comments within two months.

    About two months later, on June 15th, Giannopoulos posted the portrait (shown below) taken at the meeting to Facebook. In the picture, Giannopoulos stood to Trump’s right and held an open, black lace fan to his face.[2] The picture, which he captioned “Rhode Island Teacher of the Year 2017 meets the 45th President of the United States. That’s all. 🌈🌈🌈,” received more than 22,000 reaction, 5,700 shares and 1,700 comments in four days.



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  • 06/19/17--13:49: Kim Could Use the XP
  • About

    Kim Could Use the XP refers to a line in a gameplay trailer showcasing pre-alpha footage of the upcoming action role-playing video game Anthem, in which a player named Paul jokes that their friend Kim “could use the XP” during a mission.

    History

    During the Electronic Entertainment Expo on June 11th, 2017, the first gameplay trailer for Anthem was released, featuring two players who engage on a mission wearing their Javelin super suits. While on the mission, the player Paul jokes that a player named Kim “could use the XP” (shown below). Within one week, the trailer received more than 3.4 million views and 6,600 comments on YouTube.



    Spread

    That day, Redditor Krazynewb submitted the trailer to Reddit,[1] where the top comment mocked the scripted player better as cringy, leading others to reference the line about Kim needing “the XP” and point out that Kim is shown with the highest level in the group after joining the team later in the trailer. The same day, an Anthem E3 post was submitted to /r/Games,[2] where several commenters made jokes about the scripted player dialogue. Meanwhile, a thread about Anthem was submitted to 4chan’s /v/ (video games) board, which included several replies referencing Kim needing XP.[3]



    The following day, the blog YOMYOMF[5] published a post titled “E3 (2017) Anti-Asian Male Racism Roundup,” which singled out the references to Kim needing XP as an example of racism against Asian men. On June 13th, Redditor FailCraft submitted a photoshopped picture of Kim’s player profile with the caption “I Need the XP” to /r/AnthemTheGame[4] (shown below).



    Search Interest

    Not available.

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  • 06/20/17--07:54: Skyrim Skill Tree
  • About

    Skyrim Skill Tree refers to photoshoppedreaction images in which a headline about a person doing something is paired with a screenshot of a corresponding skill from the leveling-up system on Skyrim, demonstrating that person’s proficiency in said skill. For example, “Speech: 110” would be paired with an image of Bill Clinton saying he did not have sexual relations with Monica Lewinsky, showing his proficiency at lying convincingly.

    Origin

    In Skyrim , when a player has enough experience points, they can level up by entering a skill tree system, wherein they spend their experience points on improving a certain skill. On June 18th, 2017, /r/dankmemes user Autistic_Spinning[1] posted the first template, in which a video of an escaped prisoner convincing a police officer he was out jogging is paired with “Speech: 100” (shown below). The post gained over 21,300 points.



    Spread

    This was the first of dozens of posts on the subreddit using the format. Some other popular examples include Bill Clinton’s “I Did Not Have Sexual Relations With That Woman” quote that gained over 21,100 points (shown below, left)[2] and a headline about a teen dying from a “60 minute masturbation challenge” that gained over 3,900 points (shown below, right).[3]



    Another popular strand of jokes involves Caitlyn Jenner’s Gender Transition being paired with “Alteration: 100” (examples shown below). The popularity of the jokes was covered by The Daily Dot[4] on the 19th.



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  • 06/20/17--08:36: Otto Warmbier's Death
  • Overview

    Otto Warmbier was a college student from Cincinnati, Ohio, who was imprisoned and sentenced to 15 years of hard labor in North Korea after confessing to stealing a political propaganda poster while visiting the country. In late June 2017, Warmier died one week after being returned to the United States in a coma after suffering from severe brain damage.

    Background

    In 2015, Warmbier was traveling in China when he saw advertisements by Young Pioneer Tours to travel to North Korea. He then joined a five-day New Year’s tour of the country, during which he allegedly stole a propaganda sign from the Yanggakdo International Hotel in Pyongyang. On January 2nd, 2016, Warmbier was arrested for theft immediately before catching his flight at the Pyongyang International Airport. He was subsequently tried and convicted after confessing.

    Initial Coverage

    Following his arrest, The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore aired a segment mocking Warmbier’s name, referring to him as a “frat bro” and saying “it’s just tough for me to have much sympathy for this guy” (shown below). On March 2nd, Salon[5] published an article titled “This Might Be America’s Biggest Idiot Frat Boy.” On March 16th, the BBC[4] reported that Warmbier had been sentenced to 15 years hard labor, leading Human Rights Watch to call the sentencing “outrageous and shocking.” On March 23rd, Huffpost[1] published an article titled “North Korea Proves Your White Male Privilege Is Not Universal.”



    Death

    Following the trial, Warmbier sustained severe brain damage for unknown causes. On June 12th, 2017, United States Secretary of State Rex Tillerson announced that Warmier had been released by North Korea. The following day, The Washington Post published an interview with Warmbier’s parents, who revealed their son had been kept comatose in North Korea for more than a year and that North Korean officials claimed he had contracted botulism and fell into a coma after taking a sleeping pill. On June 19th, Warmbier died while in a hospital after being diagnosed with extensive brain damage.

    Developments

    Online Reaction

    On June 19th, the official Twitter account for Affinity Magazine posted a tweet commenting on Warmbier’s death, saying “watch whiteness work” and defending North Korea’s laws (shown below).[6] The tweet was subsequently deleted.



    Meanwhile, Redditor Johnnycockseed submitted a screenshot of the “North Korea Proves Your White Male Privilege Is Not Universal” to /r/KotakuInAction,[2] where it gained over 6,900 points (81% upvoted) and 740 comments that day. That day, the news site Commentary[3] published an article condemning those who defended North Korea’s actions based on Warmbier’s “white privilege”. Also on June 19th, a thread about Warmbier’s death reached the frontpage of /r/news,[7] where it accumulated more than 62,000 points (87% upvoted) and 12,200 comments within 24 hours.

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  • 06/20/17--09:27: Google Maps Parodies
  • About

    Google Maps Parodies are a template popular on /r/dankmemes in which a person posts a screenshot of the Google Maps directions between two points with humorous, often lewd names.

    Origin

    On June 17th, 2017, Reddit user paralyyzed[1] posted the first of the jokes to /r/dankmemes, showing the distance between Benis, Iran and Bagina, India, the gag being how “Penis” and “Vagina” would be spelled when their first letter is replaced with the B Button Emoji. The post gained over 31,000 points (shown below).



    Spread

    This was the first of dozens of posts on the subreddit which made similar jokes, such that when a person reads the destination points, they see a lewd phrase. For example, one of the most popular jokes, posted by BB76, finds the directions between the towns “Succ,”“Mahuge,” “Dick,” and “Biches.” The photo gained nearly 5,000 points (shown below, left).[2] Another post by admgnn[3] combined the meme with the Skyrim Skill Tree meme that was also popular on the subreddit at the time and gained over 10,600 points (shown below, right).



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  • 06/20/17--10:07: Nicki Minaj Challenge
  • About

    Nicki Minaj Challenge is a series of fan-made videos parodying a famous Nicki Minaj Instagram post in which the singer instructs her followers how “bad bitches” leave for Prague.

    Origin

    On June 13th, 2017, Nicki Minaj posted a video to Instagram of her leaving on a private jet for Prague. “Attention: This is how bad bitches leave London and go to Prague,” she said in the video. “You bitches can’t even spell Prague.” After addressing the camera, she turns and struts toward the plane, twirling before boarding. Minaj captioned the post: “😭😭😭my only regret is not having on all my frozen water. But I had just gotten off an 8 hour flight. I was lettin y’all live 😩😭. NY to London. London to P R A G U E. For the record; dats how ya spell it. 🤣 #QueenTing #BalenciagaBarbie #ChanelBootBarbie I see both sides.”


    A post shared by Nicki Minaj (@nickiminaj) on



    Spread

    Within six days of posting, the video had received more than 11 million views and 666,000 likes.[1]

    That day, Nicki Minaj shared a fan video of a man parodying her video.[2] She captioned the video (shown below), “oh no baby what is you doing 😭😭😭🤣🤣😂😭😭 too soon.” The video received more than 1.8 million views and 180,000 likes.


    A post shared by Nicki Minaj (@nickiminaj) on



    Over the next week, more fans posted parodies to YouTube, causing the word “Prague” to trend on Twitter.[3]

    On June 16th, actress Zoe Kravitz[4] posted a parody video (shown below) on her Instagram page. She captioned the post, “Attention ! This is how a bad bitch leaves her hotel to go to good morning America. #nickiminajchallenge ❤️💅🏽💅🏽❤️” The post received more than 480,000 views and 96,000 likes.



    Various Examples




    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Instagram – @nickiminaj’s Post

    [2]Instagram – @nickiminaj’s Post

    [3]Instagram – @nickiminaj’s Post

    [4]Instagram – “@zoeisabellakravitz’s Post:”https://www.instagram.com/p/BVaAMgiB0dE/


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  • 06/20/17--11:43: Ra Ra Rasputin
  • About

    Ra Ra Rasputin refers to the song “Rasputin” by European pop disco group Boney M. that sensationalizes the life of Grigori Rasputin, friend and advisor of Tsar Nicholas II in early 20th-century Russia. It grew popular online in 2016 after several animated videos using the song went viral.

    Origin

    “Rasputin” was released by Boney M. in 1978 on their album Nightflight to Venus.[1] The song went number 1 in Germany, Australia, and Austria, number 2 in the UK and Switzerland. The music video, shown below, has over 78 million views.



    Spread

    The song was popularly covered by Finnish folk metal band Turisas, who began covering the song live before recording their version due to the positive reception from fans. The video for the track gained over 10 million views (shown below).



    The original song appeared in the video game Just Dance 2. On October 24th, 2011, nastyhobbit uploaded a video of several people trying the game’s dance that gained over 2.3 million views (shown below).



    The track began gaining online fame in 2016. That year, several popular animated videos for the song went viral. On March 14th, 2016, Never was and the random videos uploaded an animation of a man playing Just Dance 2 with the Turisas version that gained 1.3 million views (shown below, left). On May 19th, OfficialBillyBones uploaded a version with General Grievous that gained 1.8 million views (shown below, right).



    The most popular animated video of the song was released on April 5th, 2016, when Pace Audio used the footage from a Slightly Left of Centre video[2] and paired it with a sped up version of the song. The track gained 14 million views (shown below, left).



    The song has since appeared in several other popular animations that featured different characters dancing. Many of the videos feature one character dancing and he is flanked by two bobbing heads. This style was popularized by YouTuber scotch, who published such a video on November 7th, 2016.



    Various Examples



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    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – Rasputin

    [2]YouTube – Love The Way You Move


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  • 06/20/17--11:43: Dream Daddy


  • About

    Dream Daddy is a 2017 visual novel dating sim, created by the YouTubers Game Grumps, in which you play as a dad attempting to romance one of a number of other dads. After it’s initial announcement, the game quickly grew in popularity online, garnering a range of different reactions.

    History

    Dream Daddy was first announced on June 8th, 2017, through the GameGrump’s second channel, GrumpOut [1], with the game’s initial trailer gaining over 200,000 views and 14,000 likes within 2 days (shown below).



    Online Relevance

    After the game’s initial reveal, Dream Daddy grew in popularity over social media, with the official Dream DaddyTwitter gaining over 20,000 followers within 2 days of launch [2], as well as reaching #1 on Tumblr’s trending the day following the reveal (shown below). The story of the game’s announcement was also picked up by a number of publications, including Kotaku[3], Gamespot [4], The Mary Sue [5] and Queerty [6].



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  • 06/20/17--12:49: Trav12344
  • Trav12344 is a Scottish youtuber mostly known for live streaming Fallout 4 for 10 hours with no toilet brakes and for his spicy meme videos. He loves the band Gorillaz and his favourite game is Uncharted 4 A Thief’s End and his favourite food is Burgers he loves watching Pawn Stars on The History Channel his favourite YouTuber is iDubbbzTV and his favourite movie is The Bee Movie

    I made this page for a joke


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  • 06/20/17--13:47: Can I Get Uhhh
  • About

    “Can I Get Uhhh” is a catchphrase meant to parody the indeciviness faced when trying to order something at a fast food restaraunt when the customer’s attention is split between reading the menu and speaking to the cashier. Online, the phrase has been associated with prank videos or used as a copypasta.

    Origin

    Aside from being a common expression used in human speech, “can I get uhhh” appeared online on YouTube. On October 5th, 2009, YouTuber kehayes99 posted a video of a man ordering from a fast food drive thru window. Each time the cashier on the intercom asks for his order, he responds “let me uh.” Within eight years, the video (shown below) has received more than 100,000 views.



    Spread

    Three years later, the YouTube account posted a video called “Drive Thru – Uhhhh.” Much like the 2009 video, “Drive Thru – Uhhhh” is a prank video in which subject keeps saying “let me get uhhh” every time he is asked for his order.


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    Over the next few years, the phrase became associated with drug culture, mimicking the confused, lethargic tone of someone under the influence of marijuana attempting to order from a fast food restaraunt. On October 16th, 2016, the Facebook account I Smoke Daily posted a picture of squinting alien with the caption “When you’re baked at McDonalds like ‘can I get uhhh.’” The post (shown below) received more than 16,000 reactions, 11,000 shares and 4,500 comments in 14 months.[2]



    On April 15th, 2017, Instagram account asslorddom reposted an image of man ordering at a restaurant.[1] The image caption reads, “Can I get uhhh… a cheeseburger, no cheese… no burger.” The image (shown below) received more than 17,000 likes in two months.



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  • 06/20/17--14:19: CoolMathsGames.com
  • Welcome to the Coolmath network! These sites got started way back in 1997 to make math enjoyable for people who thought it couldn’t be fun. We’re happy to report that we’ve convinced millions of people over the years that cool + math is an equation that makes sense.
    Here’s a quick rundown of what our sites offer.
    Coolmath.com
    Our first site! Coolmath.com offers “math for ages 13-100” -- explanations that are easy to grasp on topics like algebra, pre-calculus and more. (I started my career as a math teacher, so it’s a great pleasure for me to help people finally understand -- and even enjoy! -- doing math.)
    Coolmath4Kids
    For our 12 and under users, Coolmath4Kids is an amusement park of math, games, and more, designed to teach math and make it FUN.
    Coolmath-Games
    This is our brain-training site, for everyone, where logic & thinking meet fun & games. These games have no violence, no empty action, just a lot of challenges that will make you forget you’re getting a mental workout!
    We hope you love what you find here!


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  • 06/20/17--21:24: Kzoi
  • Kzoi’s face is a living meme you can do whatever you want with it, you can post it as reactions to something or show your friends.


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  • 06/21/17--01:54: Seen It
  • the new hit meme, often said as a response to something one has already seen


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  • 06/13/17--13:21: Long Egg
  • About

    Long Egg refers to a series of image macros based on the Danish production of long eggs for caterers, restaurants and airlines. The idea of long eggs, and the fictional chickens, that produce them has become a popular subject in image macros on Facebook shitposting communities.

    Origin

    Long eggs are produced by a Danish company Dansk Andels for the service industry, i.e. caterers, restaurants and airlines.[1] On November 10th, 2013, YouTuber Laura Yuile posted a video about the production of Long Eggs. Within four years, the video (shown below) has received more than 2.9 million views.



    One of the earliest examples of “Long Egg” as a meme came from an exchange on Tumblr on June 23rd, 2016. Responding to a picture of a long egg,[2] Tumblr user Kibokko said, “Wow! What kind of chicken lay that egg?”[3] Another Tumblr user, dongboss,[4] then replied with a picture for Burger King’s Original Chicken Sandwich with the caption “Long Chicken.” The entire exchange (shown below) received more than 258,000 notes as of June 2017.



    Spread

    On January 22nd, 2017, Instagram user reposted the Tumblr exhange, receiving more than 99,000 likes within six months.[5]

    Later that year, on June 10th, the Facebook group The Content Zone[6] posted several memes featuring Long Eggs. The posts (examples below) received hundreds of reactions and shares each.[9][10][11]



    The final image that day, an photo of a digitally stretched chicken above pictures of a long egg in its shell and a long egg chopped up, however, was the most popular. The picture (shown below) was captioned “it takes an awfully long chicken to make a Long Egg.” The post received more than 2,500 reactions and 2,900 shares within three days.

    The image was later reshared on numerous sites, including the /r/me_irl[7] subreddit, receiving 1,200 points (97% upvoted), and /r/DankMemes,[8] where it garnered more than 2,800 points (95% upvoted).



    Various Examples




    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]LifeBuzz – The Way They Make Long Eggs Isn’t How You’d Think…

    [2]Tumblr – warmleatherette44’s Post

    [3]Tumblr – kibokko’s Post

    [4]Tumblr – dongboss’ Post

    [5]Instagram – @yourtypicalgiggle’s Post

    [6]Facebook – The Content Zone’s Post

    [7]Reddit – me irl

    [8]Reddit – "Loongey chicken 🐔 ":https://www.reddit.com/r/dankmemes/comments/6gr7ar/loongey_chicken/?st=j3vyvcol&sh=ed77a10e

    [9]Facebook – The Content Zone’s Post

    [10]Facebook – The Content Zone’s Post

    [11]Facebook – The Content Zone’s Post


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