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  • 07/14/17--22:49: Diives
  • Editor’s Note:WIP, please request editorship or suggest an edit if you think you can help.


    About

    Diives is an artist known online for his art, which is frequently sexually suggestive.

    Online History

    {WIP}

    Reputation

    {WIP}

    Personal Life

    {WIP}

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Pixiv – Diives

    [2]Patreon – Diives

    [3]Twitter – Diives

    [4]Tumblr – Diives


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  • 07/14/17--22:59: Touhou Thinking Emojies
  • This awesome meme was published by my comrade along his deviantArt and some in a public Discord servers. For some weird reason this was so trend in our gaming group and overused this meme, this original meme was a Thonk/Thinking Emoji but one my person made the meme his deviantArt name is

    MasterGameFTW3561

    his dA link
    http://mastergameftw3561.deviantart.com/

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  • 07/12/17--10:17: Stephen A. Smith
  • About

    Stephen A. Smith is a sports commentator and journalist for ESPN. He is known for his highly-animated personality and strong opinions on sports issues, causing some of his rants to go viral.

    History

    Smith was born in the Bronx area of New York City on October 14th, 1967.[1] He joined The Philadelphia Inquirer in 1994 and reported on the NBA’s Philadelphia 76ers until 2007. He began hosting a sports radio talk show in New York City that aired every weekday from noon-2 P.M. on April 11th, 2005. The second half of the show was syndicated on ESPN Radio starting on September 20th, 2007. The show ended in 2008. In August of 2005, he began hosting the television program Quite Frankly with Stephen A. Smith. After the show was cancelled, he appeared as one of the channel’s NBA commentators and appeared on other ESPN programs such as Pardon the Interruption and Rome is Burning. On April 30th, 2012, Smith joined First Take, a show where he debated Skip Bayless. His current cohosts are Max Kellerman and Molly Qerim.

    Domestic Abuse Comments Controversy

    On July 25th, 2014, Smith generated controversy when, while condemning Ray Rice in the Video in which he assaulted his fiancee, he appeared to make the point that abused women should also be careful not to provoke behavior which might get them beaten.



    The comments earned Smith criticism from his colleague Michelle Beadle[2] as well as a week-long suspension from ESPN.

    Related Memes

    TAke a look, y’all: IMG_4346.jpeg

    On May 26th, 2015, Smith tweeted “TAke a look, y’all: IMG_4346.jpeg.”[3] Smith was attempting to tweet an image, and instead tweeted the image’s URL. The tweet has gained over 49,000 retweets and 46,000 likes.



    The tweet has become one of Twitter’s most popular and has generated media attention. SBNation[4] wrote about it that day. Two years later, Brian Feldman of Select All[5] attempted to track down the image Smith attempted to tweet to no avail. On July 10th, 2017, Smith made a similar gaffe when he attempted to tweet a link to the Diddy documentary Can’t Stop Won’t Stop_, tweeting "IMG9993.MOV.mov" in a since deleted tweet.[6] The gaffe has become a minor Twitter joke as people recreate the format of Smith’s original (examples shown below).



    Notable Segments

    Smith has had some notable rants on ESPN and on First Take that have gone viral. Notably, Smith has appeared in several segments in which he chastises NFL players for getting suspended for marijuana, resulting in one of his catchphrases becoming “Stay off the weed!” (compilation shown below, left). On June 22nd, 2017, Smith ranted about the poor decisions of the front office of the New York Knicks, and bemoaned the fact that one of their first signings, Lamar Odom, had a history of drug use (shown below, right).



    Lavar Ball on First Take

    On March 23rd, 2017, controversial father of the then-college basketball player Lavar Ball appeared on First Take and got into a heated argument with Stephen A. Smith. Video of the clip has gained nearly 1.8 million views on ESPN’s YouTube channel.



    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 07/15/17--18:54: Please Retweet / Diaper Toad
  • About

    Please Retweet is a PolygonYouTube web series, in which Polygon staff member Patrick Gill attempts to get the official Nintendo of AmericaTwitter account to retweet a picture of the Super Mario character Toad wearing a diaper. Following an appearance on the Comedy Central game show @Midnight, as well as a reference from Nintendo themselves, the image and web series have grown in popularity.

    Origin

    On April 10th, 2017, Polygon video producer Patrick Gill[1] uploaded the first episode of his new series “Please Retweet” to Polygon’s official YouTube channel[2] (shown below). In the series, Gill attempts to coax the official Nintendo of America Twitter account[3] into retweeting his image of the Super Mario character Toad wearing a diaper, using a variety of different methods. As of July of the same year, the original video has over 66,000 views, with the tweet garnering over 2,100 retweets and 3,200 likes



    Spread

    Following the original tweet and video, the image of Toad has continues to grow in popularity, spawning fanart and parodies. On June 10, 2017, Twitter user and artist @marcoscrislop[4] tweeted out his own fanart of the Toad (shown below, left), with the tweet going on to gain over 42,000 retweets and 59,000 likes. As well as this, a custom Amiibo version of the Toad was created by Twitter user and custom Amiibo artist @MissGandaKris[5] (show below, right), with the tweet receiving over 730 retweets and 2,500 likes. A Twitter moment for the Toad was also created, itself gaining over 1,300 likes[6]

    Official Response

    @Midnight Appearance

    Search Interest

    External References


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    About

    “Why are we still here? Just to suffer?” is a quote from the 2015 video game Metal Gear Solid V: Phantom Pain frequently used in parody videos to express frustration and hopelessness; much like how the song Hello Darkness, My Old Friend is regularly featured.

    Origin

    It first became known for being included in the “Red Band” Trailer at E3 2013 at (around 1:00 mark), while an instrumental version of “Quiet’s Theme” plays.


    (Warning: Trailer contains graphic scenes)

    Full quote by the character Kazuhira “Kaz” Miller:

    Why are we still here? Just to suffer? Every night, I can feel my leg… and my arm… even my fingers. The body I’ve lost… the comrades I’ve lost… won’t stop hurting… It’s like they’re all still there. You feel it, too, don’t you?

    As appears in game:


    Spread

    A video of Big Man Tyrone saying the original quote was posted on YouTube in 2015.


    The meme became notable in early 2017 after YouTube celebrity PewDiePie released a parody video on his channel.


    Examples



    Search Interest


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  • 07/15/17--22:08: OOF
  • The “OOF” sound; derived from the sound played upon the death of a ROBLOX avatar, was started back in 2006 when ROBLOX launched. However, users of ROBLOX have taken to saying the “OOF” sound in person when they have also defeated another player in-game. The way of saying “OOF” this way was first started by the user “iiKnight_Mare” in February, 2016, whilst playing “The Streets”; a fairly popular player versus player game on ROBLOX. iiKnight_Mare states he had randomly started mocking the ROBLOX death noise towards players as a means of trolling them once they were defeated. He states he “randomly just started using the term one day and all of a sudden he sees a plethora of other players committing the same act a short while after”. “I feel like it spread like wildfire”, he said and “I didn’t know it would drag so much attention from the online community”.


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  • 07/12/17--11:48: That Game Made Me Cum
  • About

    That Game Made Me Cum refers to parodies of online advertisements on pornographic websites which promote pornographic video games by promising the player they will orgasm an extraordinary amount of times in a small amount of time.

    Origin

    Vice[1] traces the origin of online porn games to the 80s with MS-DOS games. They have remained a subsection of the pornography industry for some time. Advertisements for these sorts of games appear to have begun to appear in the mid-2010s on pornographic websites. The advertisements typically promised the player would orgasm multiple times in a short amount of time. On October 7th, 2015, Twitter user @FuckYoTimeline[5] posted a GIF of a pornographic ad they found on a website with the caption “Ads on porn websites are hilarious” (shown below).



    On October 10th, 2015, a Redditor referenced the trope in a thread on Game of War.[4] The earliest traceable parody of the advertisement appears to have been posted on May 2nd, 2016 on Instagram account uber.dude.png.[2]



    Spread

    Around the same time, a video titled “This game made me cum twice in 5 minutes!” in which a person is playing a first person shooter was uploaded to multiple pornographic websites. Over the coming year, people began pairing the text of pornographic game ads with various pictures for humorous effect. On August 19th, 2016, a template to make the parodies was posted to ShitpostBot5000. [3] Since then, a popular subject for the parodies is music vlogger and meme reviewer Anthony Fantano, and several have appeared on Facebook page “Shitposty Botano”[6] (examples shown below).



    Various similar templates have been used to make similar jokes, pairing either a bizarre image or comical game choice with the advertising text. Other popular text choices include “This game will make you cum 32 times in one day,” “That game made me cum 2 times in 5 minutes,” and “This will make you cum in a millisecond.” On May 4th, 2017, gddub posted the formermost to /r/funny[7] with the title “How is this desirable?”, gaining 67 points (cropped version shown below, left). On May 12th, a “cum in a millisecond” post was uploaded to /r/MemeEconomy, where it gained 22 points (shown below, right).



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Vice – Browsing the Twisted World of Online Porn Games

    [2]Instagram – uber.dude.png

    [3]ShitpostBot5000 – Made Me Cum 7 Times

    [4]Reddit – And the award for most misleading ad goes to

    [5]Twitter – @FuckYoTimeline

    [6]Facebook – Shitposty Botano

    [7]/r/Funny – How is this desirable?

    [8]Reddit – ""X’ will make you cum in A millisecond’ memes on the rise!!!":https://www.reddit.com/r/MemeEconomy/comments/6aug97/x_will_make_you_cum_in_a_millisecond_memes_on_the/


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  • 07/12/17--12:39: Kellyanne Conway
  • About

    Kellyanne Conway is the Special Counselor to the United States President Donald Trump and Chief White House Strategist, serving with Steve Bannon. Since coming to the Trump camp during the 2016 presidential election, Conway has become one of the chief speakers on behalf of the president and is known for her forceful pivots mid-conversation.

    History

    Since graduating college, Kellyanne Conway worked as a pollster, first at Luntz Research Companies and then at her own polling outfit, The Polling Company, which she founded in 1995.

    Throughout the 90s, Conways, along with several other conservative women, including Ann Coulter became known on the talkshow circuit for changing how commentators and pundits looked, sounded and dressed.[2] A frequent guest on Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher, Conway and her female colleagues were occasionally referred to as “pundettes.”[1]

    Political Career

    Kellyanne Conway came into public light during the 2016 presidential election, when she publicly endorsed Ted Cruz and chaired a political action committee (PAC) to support his campaign. During that time, she made numerous negative comments about then-presidential nominee Donald Trump, speaking out against him on such topics as Trump University and his conservatism. She officially left the Cruz campaign when Cruz suspended the campaign in mid-2016.



    Weeks after the suspension of the Cruz campaign, Conway joined the Trump campaign as a senior advisor. On August 19th, 2016, she was promoted to campaign manager, making her the first woman in U.S. history to successfully run a presidential campaign, having served for 10 weeks.

    Following Trump’s victory, Conway was appointed Senior Counsel to the President and White House Chief Strategist, which she serves with Steve Bannon.

    Alternative Facts

    Two days after the inauguration of President Trump, January 22nd, 2017, Conway appeared on Meet the Press with Chuck Todd to discuss some of the factually incorrect statements made by White House press secretary Sean Spicer, which she referred to as alternative facts.



    That day, the phrase “alternative facts” and the hashtag “#alternativefacts” started trending on Twitter (examples below). The expression quickly became a catchphrase for the administration, specifically when misstating easily provable facts.



    Kellyanne Conway’s ‘Working Hard’ Photo

    Kellyanne Conway’s ‘Working Hard’ Photo refers to a picture of United States President Donald Trump and his campaign manager Kellyanne Conway looking at a Macbook. After the photograph was tweeted by Conway in late November 2016, it widely circulated on Twitter accompanied by various humorous captions and photoshopped computer screens.



    Bowling Green Massacre

    Bowling Green Massacre is a fictional terror attack described by Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway during a televised interview, which was widely mocked on social media in early February 2017.

    On February 2nd, 2017, Conway appeared as a guest on Hardball with Chris Matthews, where she asserted that an attack known as the “Bowling Green Massacre” occurred in 2009 in Bowling Green, Kentucky, leading President Barack Obama to impose a six-month ban on Iraqi refugees (shown below). The interview became the subject of mockery online and at anti-Trump protests.



    Kellyanne Conway’s Microwave Spying Gaffe

    Kellyanne Conway’s Microwave Spying Gaffe refers to a statement made by Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway, in which she claimed microwaves were being used as surveillance cameras during an interview in early March 2017.



    Kellyanne Conway’s Oval Office Couch Photo

    Kellyanne Conway’s Oval Office Couch Photo refers to a photograph of Conway seated on a couch in the oval office on top of her legs. After the photo began circulating online in late February 2017, many expressed outrage toward Conway for placing her feet on the couch.



    Personal Life

    Kellyanne married George T. Conway, the litigator who wrote the Supreme Court brief to impeach President Bill Clinton, on April 28th, 2001. The two have four children and live in Alpine, NJ.

    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 07/16/17--12:08: DanTDM swears
  • DanTDM is a popular gamer.

    Kids don’t watch much TV nowadays. Things are shifting to the Internet. This is a challenge for no-screen families or heavy censorship moms. In the end, we lose the parenting battle to every YouTuber out there.

    YouTube gives kids a chance to be create and be seen for real. The days of the Hollywood stage parent are over. No kid even wants to be a movie star these days.

    They want to be famous YouTubers. And they can do that themselves with the push of a button and the webcam they already have.

    Sorry, Will Smith, Robert De Niro, Jack Nicholson. You can’t handle the truth. All the hard work you put into Hollywood was wasted on this generation. My kid doesn’t care about the Oscars. At age seven, all he cares about is the next YouTube sensation. He’ll never run lines at an audition, study improv or classical acting or get rejected by a casting director. He’ll just push “record” and go.

    “I have 100 subscribers!” they might say. “I wonder if DanTDM will like this?” ( he is every kids hero.). All of the likes and subscribers are probably the kids parents.

    Don’t underestimate the power of DanTDM and Stampy.

    Just because they’re young and talk about zombies, games and fashion grabs doesn’t mean they’re not in control of the empire they’re building. We left them a bad economy and they ran with it. They’re changing the way we consume and purchase content, products, and live our lives.

    They’re one of the largest disposable income purchasing demographics out there–meaning they’ve got the most cash they can spend because they don’t have as many bills, and they’re building and controlling present and future economies. Marketers and breakfast cereals with premiums bow to them.

    What does this mean?

    It means I have to catch up to YouTube–and fast.

    YouTube’s not my competition, it’s already my master.

    While I’m sitting here writing about my son, garden vegetables, sustainability and education–my kid’s already strategizing about how to build his personal brand on Periscope. I’m that guy with the quill pen and parchment sitting next to a little time machine.

    h2. How do I deal with DanTDM?

    If you can’t beat them, join them. It’s tough to restrict when your kid disables YouTube’s safety mode so he can watch DanTDM and/or Stampy.

    I sit down and watch. Then, I teach.

    You can find some amazing content. You will love digging into YouTube watching kid friendly channels like Thomas Sanders’ vines, to some amazing teen/twenties social justice channels. Declan and I watch science and animal stuff all the time.

    I endorse YouTubers who are fun. Say “You can watch Stampy,Squid,Stampy. They are approved.” You can discuss things that are “good for teens, not you.” Sometimes, I give a famous YouTuber ( like PewDiePie or ihascupquake) or two a time out. “You can watch them when you are (insert arbitrary age here).”

    He/She will say “But MOM/DAD!”

    Only show them youtubers that don’t say “fuck” or “shit”.
    PewDiePie didn’t say the bad word, his guest did.

    It’s a teachable moment. That YouTuber can stay. For now.

    The bottom line is this–your kids have heroes you’ve never heard of (, and they can outwit you and route around your restrictions, and you’ll only see what they plant for you to see. “Awwww, my teen just ‘liked’ seven social justice pages and wants to join the Peace Corps.”

    That’s why it’s better to be involved and to teach digital responsibility in the content they consume–and also to encourage them not to be blind consumers–CREATE!

    My son’s not quite a teen yet–soon. They age faster than ever these days. I need to be ready. This is war.

    TDM does not stand for “tit dick motherfucking.”

    It is The Diamond Minecart. DanTDM. The Diamond Minecart. Google what a diamond minecart is and you will find it to be quite cool. You will wish you had one. Or, just a diamond would be okay.

    “Hey, Mom. Wanna play hide-and-go-seek?” He will decide to take a break from Minecraft and YouTube to play with you for real.

    “You can play hide and seek in Minecraft, you know. In Highpixel.” That’s where he/she will play games with other future parent outwitters. He’s since been banished. I think he broke a rule. It was a teaching moment, too–like everything is online.

    “Let’s go play for real!”

    He’s waiting nicely without a screen in sight. That’s the way little boys should be. I’ll play real-hide-and-seek now before he’s too famous to acknowledge me and he only has time for his fans.

    That’s the real important part, getting out there for real.


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  • 07/16/17--15:18: Colin got ______.
  • Used as spam, this attack seems to trigger the fighting type Pokemon Makuhita.


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  • 07/12/17--12:39: Kellyanne Conway
  • About

    Kellyanne Conway is the Special Counselor to the United States President Donald Trump and Chief White House Strategist, serving with Steve Bannon. Since coming to the Trump camp during the 2016 presidential election, Conway has become one of the chief speakers on behalf of the president and is known for her forceful pivots mid-conversation.

    History

    Since graduating college, Kellyanne Conway worked as a pollster, first at Luntz Research Companies and then at her own polling outfit, The Polling Company, which she founded in 1995.

    Throughout the 90s, Conways, along with several other conservative women, including Ann Coulter became known on the talkshow circuit for changing how commentators and pundits looked, sounded and dressed.[2] A frequent guest on Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher, Conway and her female colleagues were occasionally referred to as “pundettes.”[1]

    Political Career

    Kellyanne Conway came into public light during the 2016 presidential election, when she publicly endorsed Ted Cruz and chaired a political action committee (PAC) to support his campaign. During that time, she made numerous negative comments about then-presidential nominee Donald Trump, speaking out against him on such topics as Trump University and his conservatism. She officially left the Cruz campaign when Cruz suspended the campaign in mid-2016.



    Weeks after the suspension of the Cruz campaign, Conway joined the Trump campaign as a senior advisor. On August 19th, 2016, she was promoted to campaign manager, making her the first woman in U.S. history to successfully run a presidential campaign, having served for 10 weeks.

    Following Trump’s victory, Conway was appointed Senior Counsel to the President and White House Chief Strategist, which she serves with Steve Bannon.

    Alternative Facts

    Two days after the inauguration of President Trump, January 22nd, 2017, Conway appeared on Meet the Press with Chuck Todd to discuss some of the factually incorrect statements made by White House press secretary Sean Spicer, which she referred to as alternative facts.



    That day, the phrase “alternative facts” and the hashtag “#alternativefacts” started trending on Twitter (examples below). The expression quickly became a catchphrase for the administration, specifically when misstating easily provable facts.



    Kellyanne Conway’s ‘Working Hard’ Photo

    Kellyanne Conway’s ‘Working Hard’ Photo refers to a picture of United States President Donald Trump and his campaign manager Kellyanne Conway looking at a Macbook. After the photograph was tweeted by Conway in late November 2016, it widely circulated on Twitter accompanied by various humorous captions and photoshopped computer screens.



    Bowling Green Massacre

    Bowling Green Massacre is a fictional terror attack described by Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway during a televised interview, which was widely mocked on social media in early February 2017.

    On February 2nd, 2017, Conway appeared as a guest on Hardball with Chris Matthews, where she asserted that an attack known as the “Bowling Green Massacre” occurred in 2009 in Bowling Green, Kentucky, leading President Barack Obama to impose a six-month ban on Iraqi refugees (shown below). The interview became the subject of mockery online and at anti-Trump protests.



    Kellyanne Conway’s Microwave Spying Gaffe

    Kellyanne Conway’s Microwave Spying Gaffe refers to a statement made by Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway, in which she claimed microwaves were being used as surveillance cameras during an interview in early March 2017.



    Kellyanne Conway’s Oval Office Couch Photo

    Kellyanne Conway’s Oval Office Couch Photo refers to a photograph of Conway seated on a couch in the oval office on top of her legs. After the photo began circulating online in late February 2017, many expressed outrage toward Conway for placing her feet on the couch.



    Personal Life

    Kellyanne married George T. Conway, the litigator who wrote the Supreme Court brief to impeach President Bill Clinton, on April 28th, 2001. The two have four children and live in Alpine, NJ.

    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 07/12/17--12:39: Kellyanne Conway
  • About

    Kellyanne Conway is the Special Counselor to the United States President Donald Trump and Chief White House Strategist, serving with Steve Bannon. Since coming to the Trump camp during the 2016 presidential election, Conway has become one of the chief speakers on behalf of the president and is known for her forceful pivots mid-conversation.

    History

    Since graduating college, Kellyanne Conway worked as a pollster, first at Luntz Research Companies and then at her own polling outfit, The Polling Company, which she founded in 1995.

    Throughout the 90s, Conways, along with several other conservative women, including Ann Coulter became known on the talkshow circuit for changing how commentators and pundits looked, sounded and dressed.[2] A frequent guest on Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher, Conway and her female colleagues were occasionally referred to as “pundettes.”[1]

    Political Career

    Kellyanne Conway came into public light during the 2016 presidential election, when she publicly endorsed Ted Cruz and chaired a political action committee (PAC) to support his campaign. During that time, she made numerous negative comments about then-presidential nominee Donald Trump, speaking out against him on such topics as Trump University and his conservatism. She officially left the Cruz campaign when Cruz suspended the campaign in mid-2016.



    Weeks after the suspension of the Cruz campaign, Conway joined the Trump campaign as a senior advisor. On August 19th, 2016, she was promoted to campaign manager, making her the first woman in U.S. history to successfully run a presidential campaign, having served for 10 weeks.

    Following Trump’s victory, Conway was appointed Senior Counsel to the President and White House Chief Strategist, which she serves with Steve Bannon.

    Alternative Facts

    Two days after the inauguration of President Trump, January 22nd, 2017, Conway appeared on Meet the Press with Chuck Todd to discuss some of the factually incorrect statements made by White House press secretary Sean Spicer, which she referred to as alternative facts.



    That day, the phrase “alternative facts” and the hashtag “#alternativefacts” started trending on Twitter (examples below). The expression quickly became a catchphrase for the administration, specifically when misstating easily provable facts.



    Kellyanne Conway’s ‘Working Hard’ Photo

    Kellyanne Conway’s ‘Working Hard’ Photo refers to a picture of United States President Donald Trump and his campaign manager Kellyanne Conway looking at a Macbook. After the photograph was tweeted by Conway in late November 2016, it widely circulated on Twitter accompanied by various humorous captions and photoshopped computer screens.



    Bowling Green Massacre

    Bowling Green Massacre is a fictional terror attack described by Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway during a televised interview, which was widely mocked on social media in early February 2017.

    On February 2nd, 2017, Conway appeared as a guest on Hardball with Chris Matthews, where she asserted that an attack known as the “Bowling Green Massacre” occurred in 2009 in Bowling Green, Kentucky, leading President Barack Obama to impose a six-month ban on Iraqi refugees (shown below). The interview became the subject of mockery online and at anti-Trump protests.



    Kellyanne Conway’s Microwave Spying Gaffe

    Kellyanne Conway’s Microwave Spying Gaffe refers to a statement made by Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway, in which she claimed microwaves were being used as surveillance cameras during an interview in early March 2017.



    Kellyanne Conway’s Oval Office Couch Photo

    Kellyanne Conway’s Oval Office Couch Photo refers to a photograph of Conway seated on a couch in the oval office on top of her legs. After the photo began circulating online in late February 2017, many expressed outrage toward Conway for placing her feet on the couch.



    Personal Life

    Kellyanne married George T. Conway, the litigator who wrote the Supreme Court brief to impeach President Bill Clinton, on April 28th, 2001. The two have four children and live in Alpine, NJ.

    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 07/12/17--11:48: That Game Made Me Cum
  • About

    That Game Made Me Cum refers to parodies of online advertisements on pornographic websites which promote pornographic video games by promising the player they will orgasm an extraordinary amount of times in a small amount of time.

    Origin

    Vice[1] traces the origin of online porn games to the 80s with MS-DOS games. They have remained a subsection of the pornography industry for some time. Advertisements for these sorts of games appear to have begun to appear in the mid-2010s on pornographic websites. The advertisements typically promised the player would orgasm multiple times in a short amount of time. On October 7th, 2015, Twitter user @FuckYoTimeline[5] posted a GIF of a pornographic ad they found on a website with the caption “Ads on porn websites are hilarious” (shown below).



    On October 10th, 2015, a Redditor referenced the trope in a thread on Game of War.[4] The earliest traceable parody of the advertisement appears to have been posted on May 2nd, 2016 on Instagram account uber.dude.png.[2]



    Spread

    Around the same time, a video titled “This game made me cum twice in 5 minutes!” in which a person is playing a first person shooter was uploaded to multiple pornographic websites. Over the coming year, people began pairing the text of pornographic game ads with various pictures for humorous effect. On August 19th, 2016, a template to make the parodies was posted to ShitpostBot5000. [3] Since then, a popular subject for the parodies is music vlogger and meme reviewer Anthony Fantano, and several have appeared on Facebook page “Shitposty Botano”[6] (examples shown below).



    Various similar templates have been used to make similar jokes, pairing either a bizarre image or comical game choice with the advertising text. Other popular text choices include “This game will make you cum 32 times in one day,” “That game made me cum 2 times in 5 minutes,” and “This will make you cum in a millisecond.” On May 4th, 2017, gddub posted the formermost to /r/funny[7] with the title “How is this desirable?”, gaining 67 points (cropped version shown below, left). On May 12th, a “cum in a millisecond” post was uploaded to /r/MemeEconomy, where it gained 22 points (shown below, right).



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Vice – Browsing the Twisted World of Online Porn Games

    [2]Instagram – uber.dude.png

    [3]ShitpostBot5000 – Made Me Cum 7 Times

    [4]Reddit – And the award for most misleading ad goes to

    [5]Twitter – @FuckYoTimeline

    [6]Facebook – Shitposty Botano

    [7]/r/Funny – How is this desirable?

    [8]Reddit – ""X’ will make you cum in A millisecond’ memes on the rise!!!":https://www.reddit.com/r/MemeEconomy/comments/6aug97/x_will_make_you_cum_in_a_millisecond_memes_on_the/


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    About

    Bill Clinton behind the Bushes is a viral photo of former U.S. President Bill Clinton hiding behind larger-than-life statues of former Presidents George H.W. Bush and George W. Bush at the latter’s presidential library in Dallas, Texas. The image has been the subject of numerous photoshop battles and coverage by various news outlets.

    Origin

    Early on 14 July 2017, a contributing writer to New York Magazine shared the photo on Twitter, explaining that Clinton had posed for the photo on the previous day while visiting the George W. Bush Library.[1]

    (Researching)

    Spread

    The photo has received coverage from Huffington Post,[2]CNN,[3], and others. It has also been the subject of many photoshop battles online.

    (Researching)

    External References


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  • 07/17/17--07:49: Teen Summer Bucket List 2017
  • About

    Teen Summer Bucket List 2017 refers to a found teenage girl’s bucket list in a dressing room of an Urban Outfitters that went viral over the course of a weekend in July of 2017.

    Origin

    On July 14th, 2017, Twitter user @scorpiosars[1] posted an image of a teenager’s summer bucket list for 2017 found in an Urban Outfitters found by “My friends, friend” (sic). The tweet gained over 13,000 retweets and 51,000 likes (image shown below).



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    The image was quickly mocked and applauded for the writer’s ambitious goals. Notable items on the checklist include “get a boob hickey,” “give two blowjobs,” “have sex,” “Get drunk all the time,” etc. By the following day, the image had begun going viral and attracting media attention. Complex[2] covered the bucket list on July 15th, noting that it was likely the note came from Pittsburgh, as several items on the checklist such as Stage AE Fixtures and Randyland are places in that area. Dozens of media outlets followed Complex in covering the bucket list in the coming days, including Jezebel,[3] The Cut,[4] Refinery29[5] and more.

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  • 07/17/17--09:20: Superman Refuses Help
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    Superman Refuses Help refers to a series of four-panel exploitable memes featuring comic book superhero Superman seeing a building on fire, but because of the name on the burning building, he decides to change into the clothes of his alter-ego Clark Kent and not save the people in the building.

    Origin

    The earliest example of the Superman Refuses Help comic comes from Memecenter user lungu on June 1st, 2013.[1] In the comic (shown below), Superman sees a burning building with Justin Bieber recording inside as people scream for help from the windows. Instead of helping the people inside, Superman goes to a phone booth and changes into the clothes of Clark Kent, Superman’s secret identity. The final panel shows Clark Kent walking down the streets, whistling to himself.



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    The following day, Twitter user @AlcaideFlanagan posted a variation of this meme, replacing the picture of Justin Bieber with the words “Justin Bieber Annual Fan Meet.” The tweet (shown below) received more than 25 retweets and 10 likes.[2]



    The Justin Bieber variation of the meme became very popular and has since been translated into Spanish and Portuguese, among other languages (shown below, left).[3]

    On August 12th, 2013, Funny Junk user imonaboatman upload a variation of the meme, featuring the words “Westboro Baptist Church HQ” instead of the “Justin Bieber Fan Meet.” The image (shown below, right) received more than 570 positive votes.[4]



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    Powder That Makes You Say “Yes” refers to an exploitable comic strip in which the character Plastic Man says “Yes” while ingesting the contents of a box labeled “Powder that makes you say yes.”

    Origin

    The comic panel is itself an exploited panel from a Plastic Man comic in which the character is ingesting a box labeled “Salt” and saying “What.” The earliest known date it appeared online is April 3rd, 2016, where it appeared in a Reddit thread arguing RWBYshipping. [1]

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  • 07/17/17--13:29: Serious Sam


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    Serious Sam is a series of “horde” first-person shooters created and developed by Croteam. The story involves a man named Samuel “Serious Sam” Stone fighting hordes of monsters in order to stop an alien tyrant named Mental from destroying Earth and taking over the Universe.

    History

    Serious Sam began development in 1996 as a game called In the Flesh. The idea was to combine modern graphics with Doom’s frantic, enemy horde-themed gameplay. The development went on and off because the early Croteam consisted of university students and the occasional person drafted into the military.

    In the Flesh became Serious Sam in 1998, when Roman Ribarić, Croteam’s CEO“received a vision” that told them to rename In the Flesh into “Serious Sam”. Most of the developers quickly complied. Development continued as normal, despite the name change.

    In March 2001, Serious Sam: The First Encounter was released to wide acclaim. The game became a huge success and received multiple awards, including one from IGN, partially because of its $20 USD price tag[1].

    The story of TFE takes place in Egypt, Serious Sam goes to the past using an alien artifact known as the “Time-Lock” that allows him to travel back in time so he could assassinate Mental in the past, not knowing that by doing that, he would wake Mental in that time.



    Originally intended as the second half of TFE, Serious Sam: The Second Encounter was released nearly a year after, the story takes place right after the end of TFE, Serious Sam is on his way to Mental’s homeworld until he crashes with a crate-bus of Croteam Big Heads, causing him to crash land back into Earth.




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  • 07/17/17--14:25: Jacked Jeff Bezos
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    Jacked Jeff Bezos refers to a popular photograph of Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos looking muscular in a performance vest and aviator sunglasses. The image became a popular subject of a photoshop battle in July 2017.

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