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  • 06/13/17--19:01: Sokkaposting
  • About

    Sokkaposting refers to jokes based around the character Sokka from Avatar: The Last Airbender. The trend flooded Reddit’s /r/me_irl subreddit in mid-June 2017. Many of the memes revolve around a memorable line from the cartoon of Sokka praising “Cactus Juice.”

    Origin

    On June 13th, 2017, Redditor TheLastMemeWizard[1] posted the first Sokkaposting image to /r/me_irl, gaining over 1,400 points in less than 24 hours (shown below). In five hours, the image was posted by the me_irl Twitter bot.[2]



    Spread

    This set off a wave of posts devoted to Sokka on the subreddit. Many of the jokes centered around Sokka’s love of “cactus juice” (examples shown below).



    Almost immediately, this led to bewilderment on the subreddit. Two of the most popular jokes in the subreddit were self-referential gags about the sudden influx of Sokka posts. They were posted by Papa-Blessed-Me-Up[3] (below, left) and pinkiespies[4] (below, right), gaining over 2,000 and 1,800 points respectively.



    Various Examples



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  • 06/14/17--05:52: Spambot's Cold Bed
  • During E3 2017’s live show on Youtube, certain spambots published the same commentary atleast each 10 seconds.
    The message is ‘’My bed is cold. Boys I would like to meet you at (Virus website)’’ filled with atleast 6 kissy smileys.
    Many remembers as much the chat as the games presented during the live. Once the live has been republished,
    the comment section started using the phrase as a joke.
    Here are many examples :


    https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/101103681157600968440/album/6431474408468218593/6431474410077109330?authkey=CPmMlt-RvIHdHA
    https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/101103681157600968440/album/6431474408468218593/6431474409579326626?authkey=CPmMlt-RvIHdHA
    https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/101103681157600968440/album/6431474408468218593/6431474411358994210?authkey=CPmMlt-RvIHdHA
    https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/101103681157600968440/album/6431474408468218593/6431474407879866034?authkey=CPmMlt-RvIHdHA
    https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/101103681157600968440/album/6431474408468218593/6431474408603449282?authkey=CPmMlt-RvIHdHA
    https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/101103681157600968440/album/6431474408468218593/6431474408523998226?authkey=CPmMlt-RvIHdHA
    https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/101103681157600968440/album/6431474408468218593/6431474412008642722?authkey=CPmMlt-RvIHdHA

    (If anyone can shorten the link, it would be nice!)


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  • 06/21/17--06:22: Randy Stair
  • About

    Randy Stair, known online as Andrew Blaze, was a YouTuber who committed suicide after going on a shooting spree in early June 2017. Following his death, he was described as “loner” who obsessed over the 1999 massacre at Columbine High School in Colorado.[1]

    Online History

    In June 2008, Stair created the Pioneer Productions YouTube channel under the pseudonym Andrew Blaze. The first video was uplodaed on November 19th, 2009, in which Stair interacts with a “horse head on a stick” (shown below, left). On August 3rd, 2010, Stair uploaded a video in which he and YouTuber MakeMeBad35 interact with a wooden alligator toy (shown below, right). The video would become his most viewed of all time, garnering upwards of 118,000 views over the next seven years.



    On June 20th, 2011, YouTuber Ray William Johnson released an episode of =3 which featured Stair in the video (shown below). Over the next six years, the video gained over 9.9 million views and 72,000 comments.



    EGS

    In January 2016, Stair created the channel “Ember’s Ghost Squad,” featuring violent Flash animation cartoons in which a squad of ghosts who seek out suicidal people and recruit them.



    Shooting Spree

    On June 7th, 2017, Stair released a final video indicating describing his plans to commit a mass murder before killing himself (shown below).



    The following day, Stair went into the Weis Market grocery store where he was employed in Dallas, Pennsylvania, and killed three of his co-workers with two shotguns before killing himself. The victims were later identified as 26-year-old Victoria Borg, 47-year-old Brian Hayes and 63-year-old Terry Sterling. That day, Heavy[2] published an article about Stair titled “Randy Stair: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know.” On June 9th, a page for Stair was created on Encyclopedia Dramatica.[3] That same day, The Times-Tribune[1] published an article on Stair titled “Wyoming County mass shooter leaves massive online trail.”

    On June 19th, YouTuber Mister Metokur uploaded an episode of Internet Insanity on Randy Stair, featuring a thorough explanation of Stair’s internet history and struggles with transsexuality (shown below). Within 48 hours, the video gathered upwards of 116,000 views and 3,800 comments.



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    Marco Rubio Hugs Ivanka Trump refers to an photograph of Republican Senator Marco Rubio hugging the daughter of President Donald Trump, Ivanka Trump. The photograph was mocked for the way it appeared that Ivanka did not reciprocate Rubio’s eager hug.

    Origin

    On June 20th, 2017, Twitter user @ericawerner[1] posted an image of Rubio greeting Trump as she arrived at the capitol (shown below, left). Shortly after the photo was posted online, Twitter user @davidmackau[2] posted a comparison between the photo and a scene from Arrested Development that gained over 1,100 retweets and 3,600 likes (shown below, right).



    Spread

    The jokes continued to spread through Twitter that day, leading to a Twitter Moment.[3] Some of the more popular jokes include one by @evepeyser[4] that brought up Marco Rubio’s Water Break and gained over 1,100 retweets (shown below, left) and a joke by @donmoyn[5] that imagined Rubio waiting for hours to hug Ivanka that gained over 630 retweets (shown below, right).



    After the spread of the jokes, both Rubio and Ivanka took the moment in good humor, each responding with jokes of their own about the incident. Rubio’s response was covered by the BBC.[6]



    Various Examples



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  • 06/21/17--08:40: Soggy Biscuit
  • About

    Soggy Biscuit is a game in which boys purportedly masturbate on a biscuit (or cookie) and force the last person to ejaculate to eat the biscuit.

    Origin

    According to The Cassell Dictionary of Slang, the term “soggy biscuit” may have originated in Australia in the 1960s. On February 3rd, 2007, BodyBuilding Forums[5] member just_ace submitted a thread titled “Anyone Ever Played Soggy Biscuit?” to the misc. board.

    Spread

    On January 11th, 2004, Fortean Times Forums[4] member oll_lewis submitted a thread asking about the soggy biscuit game to the “Urban Legends/Folklore” board. On January 19th, Urban Dictionary user michael kavanagh submitted an entry for “soggy biscuit,” defining it as a “male masturbating game” (shown below).



    In April that year, a book based on entries submitted to the database Law of the Playground was released, which asked 1,866 men “How close have you got to the game of Soggy Biscuit, in which you race to wank onto a cracker?” According to author Jonathan Blyth, 6.2% of respondents claimed to have participated in the game during childhood. On October 29th, 2009, Redditor boysschooljerk submitted a post to /r/IAmA,[6] in which he claimed to have played soggy biscuit games as a boy.

    On June 13th, 2010, YouTuber LifelongWeekend uploaded a video titled “Circle. Jerk. Soggy. Biscuit.”, featuring a comedy sketch about a man who commits suicide rather than eating a biscuit with ejaculate on it (shown below).



    On January 13th, 2015, BuzzFeed[2] published a listicle titled “17 Soggy Biscuit Photos That Will Just Plain Horrify You,” featuring Instagram photographs of biscuits dunked in coffee or tea. On May 7th, 2017, The Metro[3] published an interview with several men in honor of National Masturbation Month, in which they asked them about the soggy biscuit game.

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Urban Dictionarty – soggy biscuit

    [2]BuzzFeed – 17 Soggy Biscuit Photos That Will Just Plain Horrify You

    [3]Metro – National Masturbation Month

    [4]Fortean Times – The Soggy Biscuit Game?

    [5]BodyBuilding Forums – Anyone Ever Played Soggy Biscuit?

    [6]Reddit – "I went to a private boys school and was involved in soggy biscuit games":I went to a private boys’ school, was involved in soggy biscuit games, ritualised beating (of all varieties), and rejected the sexual advances of masters.


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  • 06/21/17--09:02: Truck-kun
  • About

    Truck-kun is the name given to a truck involved in accidents or death of a character in anime and manga. Because getting hit by a truck is most clichéd way of accident written by authors.

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  • 06/21/17--11:24: Elders React To
  • About

    Elders React To refers to a series of image macros parodying the popular YouTube reaction videos by The Fine Bros. The series generally features a woman crying, while the image in the right quadrant of the screen subverts the image’s caption.

    Origin

    YouTube team The Fine Brothers have been posting reaction videos since October 2010, in which they filmed children reacting to viral videos. Nearly two years later, they expanded the series with the first installment of “Elders React.” The concept would be filming senior citizens responding to popular trends of the day.

    On February 25th, 2016, The Fine Brothers published “ELDERSREACT TO DAVIDBOWIE.” In the video, older people watch the music video for David Bowie final music video “Lazerus.”[1] The video has been viewed more than 4.5 million times as of June 2017.

    At about two minutes into the video, a woman named Alex begins to cry and wipes her left eye with a tissue (shown below). This moment would become the template for the meme.



    Spread

    On March 13th, 2017, Redditor daffy-dick posted in the /r/me_irl[2] a screenshot from the video photoshopped to replace the David Bowie video with a clip from the SpongeBob SquarePants episode “Ripped Pants.” Additionally, the caption has also been altered to read, “ELDERSREACT TO SADDESTANIMEDEATH.” The post (shown below) received more than 18,600 points (91% upvoted) and 110 comments.

    Three days later, the Facebook account Fresh Animu Memes posted the image, garnering more than 1,100 reactions and 580 shares.[3]



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – Lazarus

    [2]Reddit – me_irl

    [3]Facebook – Fresh Animu Memes

    [4]IMDb – BubbleStand/Ripped Pants Quotes


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  • 06/21/17--12:43: "One Week"
  • About

    “One Week” is a song by Canadian rock band Barenaked Ladies. It was a major hit in the 1990s before finding ironic appreciation online.

    Origin

    “One Week” was released on September 22nd, 1998, off the Barenaked Ladies album “Stunt.”[1] It was the band’s most successful single, reaching number 1 in the US and the UK. It was later featured in several major films from the late 90s and early 2000s, including 10 Things I Hate About You, Digimon: The Movie, and American Pie.



    Spread

    In 1999, Weird Al Yankovic parodied the song for his album Running With Scissors by making it about one man’s obsession with Jerry Springer (shown below, left). On January 12th, 2009, College Humor[2] parodied the song by making fun of it (shown below, right).



    In 2015, Buzzfeed[3] posted a fan theory about the song that it’s secretly about a man killing his wife after the theory spread on Reddit.[4] The song began generating more ironic appreciation in the mid-2010s alongside the rise of Replacement Remixes and All Star. In late December of 2016, Soundcloud user edes421 uploaded a version of the track where every instrument was replaced with the opening lyric, “It’s Been…”, that gained over 248,000 plays (shown below).



    The track was prominently featured in Neil Cicierega’sMouth Moods album, appearing in back to back tracks on the album (shown below).



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – One Week

    [2]College Humor – Shorts / Barenaked Ladies ‘One Week’ Parody

    [3]Buzzfeed – "Remember the song “One Week”? The mostly harmless and catchy Barenaked Ladies song from 1998?":https://www.buzzfeed.com/awesomer/the-barenaked-ladies-song-one-week-holds-a-dark-terrifying-s?utm_term=.xtMYxzX64#.odBokrxw2

    [4]Reddit – The Barenaked Ladies song ‘One Week’ is about a man who murdered his partner.


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  • 06/21/17--12:51: #MoreThanARefugee
  • About

    #MoreThanARefugee is a hashtag associated with a viral video created by the International Rescue Committee (IRC), which featured various refugees from around the world interacting with different YouTubers. After the video was featured by YouTube Spotlight in late June 2017, it was hotly debate on social media.

    Origin

    On June 20th, 2017, the YouTube Spotlight channel uploaded a video titled “#MoreThanARefugee,” in which seven YouTube creators meet refugees from around the world, including (shown below). Within 24 hours, the video gathered upwards of 8.2 million views and 56,900 comments, with over 299,000 dislikes and only 113,000 likes.



    Spread

    That day, the AsapSCIENCE channel uploaded a video about refugees camps, which included the “#MoreThanARefugee” hashtag in the video description (shown below, left). Meanwhile, the Eh Bee Family YouTube channel released a #MoreThanARefugee video in which they meet a refugee family (shown below, right).



    Also on June 20th, the channels Fly With Haifa and The Young Turks posted their own “#MoreThanARefugee” Videos, featuring 17-year-old Maryam Sulaiman Rasheed from Iraq and Catherine Gale Ruta from Sudan respectively (shown below).



    That day, Redditor throwcap submitted a post asking “Why is the #MoreThanARefugee YouTube Spotlight getting so much hate?” to /r/OutOfTheLoop,[1] to which Redditor Its_Not_Epi speculated it was due to “YouTube muscling in on all of these controversial topics to improve their public face.” That day, YouTuber Czarne majty uploaded footage of people assaulting others with the titled “#MoreThanARefugee – true version” (shown below, left). On June 21st, YouTuber Black Pigeon Speaks uploaded a video about the backlash to the videos, claiming that billionaire investor George Soros was behind the International Rescue Committee (shown below, right).



    Search Interest

    Not available.

    External References


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  • 06/21/17--13:50: Droopy / DroopyHappy Hound
  • About

    Droopy is an animated cartoon character from the Golden Age of American Animation: an anthropomorphic dog with a droopy face, hence the name Droopy. He was created in 1943 by Tex Avery for theatrical cartoon shorts produced by the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer cartoon studio.

    History

    Droopy is first appearance in 1943, Which is flim title called ‘Dumb-Hounded (1943)’

    Related Memes

    Leggy Lamb, is a minor gag character originating from the 1958 Droopy Dog cartoon Sheep Wrecked. Despite appearing for only a few seconds with no lines of dialogue, the character was embraced by 4chan’s /co/ (Comics & Cartoons) board for her sexy appearance.


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    About

    My Dad Just Texted From Across The Table refers to a series of image macros depicting a text message conversation between father and child from across a table. While the picture always remains the same, the caption and message tend to change from variation to variation.

    Origin

    On October 14th, 2014, Twitter user @andrewrivas posted a text message exchange between him and his father. Captioned “my dad just texted this to me from across the table,” the tweet featured the text message, which reads, "Who s your daddy? on the right and a picture of a man, supposedly his father, with a mischievous smile. Within three years, the post (shown below) received more than 44,000 retweets and 70,000 likes.[1]


    Spread

    The following day, the meme accounts @bestoftext[2]

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Twitter – @andrewrivas’ Tweet":https://twitter.com/andrewrivas/status/522178424014921728

    [2]Twitter – @bestoftexts’ Tweet

    [3]Twitter – @chloeonvine’s Tweet


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  • 06/21/17--16:46: Chocolate Sandwiches
  • A video of a boy screaming “chocolate sandwiches!”. The video is on the youtube channel, “Josh Wilding” along with the vines of chocolate sandwiches and fidget spinner fun. The video “Free Sandwiches” a remake, using the video “Free Real Estate”, gained 130 views in 4 hours.


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  • 06/14/17--13:24: Ethereum
  • About

    Ethereum is an open-source blockchain platform which uses distributed computing and allows users to execute scripts executed on the Ethereum Virtual Machine and create smart contracts. Additionally, Ethereum provides the ether cryptocurrency token, which bears many similarities to bitcoin.

    History

    In 2013, programmer Vitalik Buterin described Ethereum’s architecture in a white paper titled “A Next-Generation Smart Contract and Decentralized Application Platform.”[6] The Ethereum project was subsequently launched by Buterin, Mihai Alisie, Anthony Di lorio and Charles Hoskinson as a Bitcoin alternative with its own scripting language. On December 14th, 2013, the /r/ethereum[1] subreddit was launched for discussions about the blockchain platform. On June 4th, 2014, the Ethereum YouTube channel uploaded a video explaining Ethereum (shown below). On July 30th, 2015, Ethereum was initially released.



    DAO Hard Fork

    In April 2016, the digital decentralized autonomous organization DAO launched, which used the Ethereum blockchain. On May 27th, The New York Times[3] reported about DAO security vulnerabilities discovered by a group of computer scientists, who claimed hackers could steal tokens collected by the DAO and recommended investors in the project hold off until the flaws were fixed. On June 9th, Blockchain Foundation founder Peter Vessenes published a blog post[4] about a “recursive calls” vulnerability allowing Ethereum smart contracts to be emptied. On June 17th, the DAO was confronted with several cyberattacks, including the recursive calls, leading one hacker to steal 3.6 million ether tokens valued at approximately $50 million USD. After the hack was publicized, the value of ether dropped from $21.50 to $8. On July 20th, Ethereum performed “hard fork” to reappropriate the stolen tokens, which led to a split in the network between Ethereum and Ethereum Classic, though the latter is not supported by the Ethereum Foundation.

    The Flippening

    On June 12th, 2017, Ethereum peaked at $420 that morning, leading many to speculate that ether could overtake bitcoin in total market value in an event referred to as a “flippening”. On June 13th, Motherboard[2] published an article titled “Bitcoiners Are Freaking Out Over ‘The Flippening’,” which reported that Ethereum had over five times as many nodes in their network and a larger number of transactions per day as Bitcoin. Meanwhile, Coindesk[5] published an article titled “The #Flippening: Will Ether ‘Pass’ Bitcoin And What Would It Mean?”

    Online Presence

    On July 30th, 2015, the Ethereum YouTube channel uploaded a video titled “Ethereum: The World Computer,” which speculated that the entire internet will “use Ethereum” in the future (shown below, left). On May 9th, 2016, the Genesis Mining YouTube channel uploaded a video showing the largest Ethereum mining facility, which gained over 1.1 million views within 13 months (shown below, right).



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  • 06/14/17--18:52: Tanned Cirno
  • Tanned Cirno is a Touhou meme that consists of the character Cirno from the video game Touhou with a tan. It started on April 20th, 2016, with a reveal screenshot of Hidden Star in Four Seasons (Touhou 16) on the blog of Jun’ya Ota, who created Touhou. From there, images spread through both DeviantArt and Danbooru, and various videos spread across YouTube.

    Google Trends Graph


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    About

    Flag Color Representation Parodies refers to a series of images popular on Reddit that spoof what the colors on a nation’s flag represent.

    Origin

    On June 21st, 2017, /r/dankmemes user ItsMeBangle[1] uploaded the German flag, a black, red, and yellow flag, with the color black representing “ambition,” red: “loyalty,” and a non-existent blue color representing “Things (Germany) did wrong in WWI and WWII.” The post gained over 520 points in less than 24 hours (shown below).



    Spread

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    Unavailable

    External References


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  • 06/22/17--08:17: Man Bun Ken
  • About

    Man Bun Ken refers to a series of image macros featuring Barbie’s millennial rebranding of Ken in which the iconic doll’s hair is styled to look like a man bun. Online, people caption pictures of the updated Ken doll with stereotypes about millennial urban dwelling men.

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    About

    Thanks To The Miracle Of The World Wide Web refers to a four-panel exploitable comic by webcomic Mr. Lovenstein. In the comic, an optimistic character says “Thanks to the miracle of the world wide web, I can talk to anyone around the globe.” He then looks at the computer screen where his response to “Hello World!” reads “Kill yourself,” to which he says, “Marvelous.” In the variations, what is in the computer screen is altered.

    Origin

    On September 7th, 2016, Mr. Lovenstein posted the original comic, titled “Hello World” (shown below).



    Spread

    The comic quickly grew into an exploitable following Mr. Lovenstein’s post. On September 14th, 2016, Imgur user karmaboros[3] uploaded a variation to /r/me_irl referencing the popular Me Too Thanks joke at the time (shown below, left). On September 19th, Imgur user shammalammadingdongditchwizard[2] uploaded a variation with a screenshot from League of Legends in the exploitable panel (shown below, right).



    Future memes tended to follow shammalammadingdongditchwizard’s lead, using screenshots of video game chat rooms in the exploitable panel (example shown below, left). However, as the exploitable grew, people began to play with different aspects of the exploitable, altering different sections of the comic for the joke (example shown below, right).



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Mr. Lovenstein – Archive search: Hello World

    [2]Imgur – The World Wide Web

    [3]Imgur – me_irl


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  • 06/22/17--12:51: Elle Mills
  • About

    Elle Mills is a YouTube and Twitter personality who started receiving massive hate from Twitter users after a tweet captioned “i tried to subtly crash a prom” with images of her eating a bag of chips in the background of a prom photo received attention. Her YouTube channel, ElleOfTheMills, has about 320,000 subscribers as of June 2017. She also has a YouNow profile where she livestreams every Monday and Thursday.

    History

    The ElleOfTheMills YouTube channel was created on March 28, 2012, and Mills’ Twitter account was created a few months later in July. She also has accounts for Facebook, Snapchat, and Instagram, as well as the previously mention YouNow.

    “Crash a Prom” Tweet

    On June 16, 2017, Mills posted an image on Twitter of her eating a bag of chips in the background of a prom photo. The image has about 100,000 likes and 23,000 retweets as of June 22, 2017.


    The tweet was criticized heavily by users of Twitter, with most mocking the image for being “sloppy” or “disgusting,” among other things. This led to other tweets of Mills’ being uncovered, which were also mocked by users of the platform. Most of the insults were directed at how she seemingly used her weight as the butt of her jokes. She was also commonly paired with Christina Sydelko, another overweight online personality.



    [W.I.P.]

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  • 06/22/17--14:03: Buenos Dias, Mandy
  • About

    Buenos Dias Mandy refers to a line of dialogue in a pornographic comic book adaptation of the children’s animated TV series The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy. Images and lines from the comic have inspired image macros, photoshops and YouTube videos.

    Origin

    On June 12th, 2016, e-hentai.org user caglioro2016 posted a pornographic adaptation of the children’s animated television series The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy.[1] The first page of the comic, which inspired the memes, features the character Billy walking up to Mandy, spanking her on the buttocks and saying, “Buenos dias Mandy.” Mandy turns, punches in the face and says, “Imbecil!” The force of the punch knocks Billy onto the street, where a car runs over his hands.



    Spread

    While references to the comic date back to 2016, the earliest available example of the comic being shared occurred on January 18th, 2017, when Twitter user “Dankest_Memes” shared the first page on Twitter.[2]

    About a month later, on February 16th, YouTuber Caleb posted an ear rape video version of the comic to YouTube. The video (shown below) received more than 47,000 views in five months.

    The following day, Instagram user @tippitytopkek posted the first page, garnering more than 1,500 likes.[3]



    On February 20th, Instagram user @owen_kung posted a photoshopped version of the comic with Daniel from the Damn Daniel video’s head superimposed over Mandy. The post (shown below) received more than 350 likes within three months.



    On February 22nd, YouTuber Ringabel produced a "Behind the Meme video for the comic (shown below). The video, which described the origins of the meme, received more than 7,500 views in five months.



    On June 20th, an anonymous 4chan user posted the comic and YouTuber Caleb’s video on the /co/ board, garnering more than 55 comments before archiving.[4]

    Various Examples




    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]E-Hentai – la sexy aventuras de billy y mandy

    [2]Twitter – @_Dankest_Memes_’s Tweet

    [3]Instagram – @tippitytopkek’s Post":https://www.instagram.com/p/BQtQnJ-Fo2G/

    [4]4chan – ITT: Weird Shit


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