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  • 07/19/17--14:40: O.K. KO Let's Be Heros
  • About

    OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes is an American superhero comedy animated series created by Ian Jones-Quartey (known for his work on Adventure Time, Steven Universe, Secret Mountain Fort Awesome, and Nockforce) and based on his pilot short Lakewood Plaza Turbo, which was released as part of Cartoon Network’s 2013 Summer Shorts project.


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  • 07/19/17--19:19: Spike the Dragon
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    Spike also known as Spike the Dragon,is a male baby dragon and one of the seven main characters of My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. He is Twilight Sparkle’s best friend and number one assistant. He has the ability to magically deliver scrolls to and from Princess Celestia with his green fire breath, which features in many episodes, as does his crush on Rarity.

    Origin

    Spike’s appearance is based on his Generation 1 incarnation more than his Generation 3 version, with a few modifications done by Lauren Faust. In G1, he was portrayed as a baby dragon with green spikes, and his body was pink. In his G3 incarnation, he was a 1,000-year old dragon with orange spikes, purple hair, and a blue body. He is the only main character who was taken from G1 other than Applejack.

    The 2014 documentary A Brony Tale mentions that Ashleigh Ball, the voice of both Rainbow Dash and Applejack, originally auditioned for Spike.

    Dog Spike, as he is in the human world, is not human because, as stated by Meghan McCarthy, “1) It would be weird for Twilight to hide a small boy in her backpack. 2) Dragon through portal doesn’t = same as pony.”

    Lauren Faust said in an interview that she had to fight for Cathy Weseluck to be the voice of Spike, because Hasbro originally wanted him to sound rather gruff and scratchy, similar to Charlie Adler’s interpretation of the character in the G1 movies and TV series.

    Spike’s crush on Rarity was not planned out from the beginning. When Lauren Faust was writing Rarity’s introduction scene in the pilot, she wanted the audience to understand that she’s very beautiful even though she is visually very similar to the other ponies, except the style of her mane and her eyes and eyelashes. To let the audience understand that she is beautiful, Faust made Spike become smitten with her, which developed into his crush on Rarity.

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    He had made multiple of appearances in the franchise. He also spawned a bunch of memes, images, and videos.

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    Sparity

    Sparity refers to a popular ship within the MLP fandom in which Rarity and Spike, another major character in the series, are depicted as lovers. Due to Spike’s crush on Rarity in the show, it was technically the only canonical ship until the introduction of Flash Sentry in Equestria Girls.

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  • 07/20/17--00:08: Waifu Basics
  • About

    Waifu Basics is a shock video clip of a Japanese girl vomiting in the stir-fried meal and eventually, vomiting in her boyfriend’s face.

    Origin

    The video clip is a part of a Japanese Adult Video titled [PTJ-005] Aoi Yuuki – Gero Monster Home Delivery

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  • 07/20/17--08:12: Ron Swanson
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    Ron Swanson is a character from the NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation. Played by Nick Offerman, Ron Swanson has become notable online for his rugged demeanor and wisdom.

    Origin

    Swanson appeared in the pilot episode of Parks and Recreation, which aired April 9th, 2009. On the show, he served as Leslie Knope’s superior and the director of Parks and Recreation for the town of Pawnee, Indiana.[1] In contrast to Amy Poehler’s Knope, who had a go-getter attitude and passion for government, Swanson hated the government and maintained an ornery, masculine demeanor, though he often showed affection for his coworkers in unconventional ways.



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    Online, Swanson was celebrated for his caricatured masculine wisdom. For example, in Season 3, Episode 1 of the show, he presents his “Pyramid of Greatness,” a model he developed to achieve personal success. Some of the items on the pyramid include “Teamwork,” which he describes as “very important,” and “Selfishness,” which he describes as "equally important--take what’s yours. The poster was written about online by The Art of Manliness[2] and can be bought from the NBC store.[3]



    He has also notably been celebrated online in various blog posts compiling some of his funniest and wisest moments. Buzzfeed has twice published articles compiling Swanson’s funniest moments.[4][5] Paste[6] and Funny or Die[7] have done the same.

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  • 07/20/17--08:16: Owen Wilson's "Wow"
  • About

    Owen Wilson’s “Wow” refers to jokes about the actor Owen Wilson’s unique intonation when saying the word “wow,” which has been used in supercuts, parodies and remix videos online.

    Origin

    On May 9th, 2015, YouTuber Owenergy Studios uploaded a supercut of Wilson saying the word “wow” in various films (shown below). Within three years, the video gained over 3.8 million views and 1,900 comments.



    Spread

    On April 22nd, 20176, the ShitHeadSteve Facebook page posted a parody of Kendrick Lamar’s “Damn” album featuring a photograph of Owen Wilson with the word “Wow” (shown below). Within three months, the post gathered upwards of 1,800 reactions, 960 shares and 260 comments.



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  • 07/20/17--09:18: I Studied the Blade
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    “I Studied the Blade” is a catchphrase based on the expression “While You Were Partying, I Studied the Blade.” The phrase is used in copypastas accompanied by photographs of men wielding katana in which they mock peers for attending social gatherings while they train sword fighting.

    Origin

    On April 9th, 2016, Redditor ktron24 submitted an image macro captioned with the phrase to /r/justneckbeardthings[1] (shown below). The image featured a man with his head bowed, clutching a katana. It included the text:

    When you were partying, I studied the blade. When you were having premarital sex, I mastered the blockchain. While you wasted your days at the gym in pursuit of vanity, I cultivated inner strength. And now that the world is on fire and the barbarians are at the gate you have the audacity to come to me for help.



    Spread

    On June 3rd, Redditor graysjsnake posted a screenshot of a Facebook post featuring a variation of the copypasta to /r/justneckbeardthings[2] (shown below).

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  • 07/20/17--10:37: Jim Ross
  • About

    Jim Ross is a retired Professional Wrestling play-by-play commentator who commentated in WWF during the late 90s through the 2000s, what fans know as “The Attitude Era” and “The Ruthless Aggression Era.” He is well known for some famous calls he made during those years that have since been taken out of context and placed over various videos online.

    History

    Jim Ross, known as “JR,” was born on January 3rd, 1952 in Oklahoma, U.S.A.[1] He first began commentating in the NWA Tri-State territory in 1974 and continued working with the promotion until 1987. During that time, he called his first NWA World Heavyweight Championship match, which featured Ric Flair and Ted DiBiase. He then began working for Jim Crockett Promotions in 1987, which was later changed to World Championship Wrestling, known as WCW. He resigned from the promotion in 1993 after a contentious relationship with future executive Eric Bischoff.

    Ross debuted in WWF in 1993 during Wrestlemania IX. He worked with WWF sporadically until 1996, when he returned to commentate Monday Night Raw. In 1994, Ross suffered his first attacks of Bell’s palsy. When WWF brought him back, they attempted to have him work as a “heel” (villainous) commentator, though these efforts were quickly dropped as fans cheered Ross. Ross has also commentated for the Atlanta Falcons and the XFL.

    Ross cemented his legacy as the voice of WWE between 2002 and 2008, working Monday Night Raw during this period alongside Jerry “The King” Lawler. In 2008, he moved to Smackdown, a second WWE show. His final broadcast as a full-time WWE announcer was on October 6th, 2009. Ross has since worked sporadically with WWE, sometimes feuding with his replacement, Michael Cole, and commentating momentous matches in WWE, such as the ‘End of an Era’ Hell in a Cell match between Triple H and The Undertaker at Wrestlemania XXVIII. HE also worked in WWE’s developmental brand NXT as an announcer and talent scout. On September 23rd, 2011, Ross announced his “retirement” from WWE, though he would return to call The Undertaker’s final match against Roman Reigns at Wrestlemania XXXIV.

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    Online, several of Ross’ calls are quoted, particularly in response to examples of extreme domination. Among several popular quotes is “That Man Has a Family!”, which was said by Ross when the wrestler Kane gave his finisher, a Tombstone, to the timekeeper (shown below).



    Bah Gawd! As God As My Witness He Is Broken In Half!

    Two of Ross’ most memorable calls come from the Undertaker vs. Mankind “Hell In a Cell” match on June 28th, 1998 at the King of the Ring pay-per-view,[2] the same match that spawned the The Undertaker Threw Mankind Off Hell In a Cellcopypasta. First, when Undertaker through Mankind off Hell in a Cell, Ross exploded by shouting “Bah Gawd! He killed him! As God as my witness, he is broken in half!” (shown below, left). Later, Undertaker threw Mankind threw the top of the cell, to which Ross cried, “Somebody stop the damn match!”



    Jim Ross Commentary Over…

    In the mid-2010s, a trend emerged where Ross’ commentary was placed over videos of various sporting events and activities in which a person or team is owned. The first known video of this kind, posted on March 13th, 2011, features a kid getting revenge on a bully dubbed with the Jim Ross “Hell In a Cell” call, gaining over 49,000 views (shown below, left). Notably, on July 8th, 2014, Deadspin[3] uploaded a video of Germany’s multiple goals against Brazil in the 2014 World Cup Semifinal with Jim Ross commentary over it, which later appeared on YouTube and racked up over a combined 230,000 views (shown below, right).



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  • 07/20/17--11:58: Love Island Child Bond
  • About

    Love Island Child Bond refers to a series of image macros featuring Chris Hughes, a contestant on the British reality show Love Island. The photograph shows Hughes laying in bed with his arms at his stomach after bursting into tears during a challenge where he cares for a baby doll.

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  • 07/20/17--13:22: Melted Duck on a Dashboard
  • About

    Melted Duck on a Dashboard refers to a before-and-after image featuring a photograph of a green, plastic duck sitting on a dashboard next to a picture of the duck melted in the summer heat.

    Origin

    On July 18th, 2017, Twitter user @shiohitoshi tweeted a photograph of a rubber duck resting above his car stereo juxtaposed with a photo of the duck melted on to his dashboard (shown below), along with the message “最悪マジで。” (“This is the worst, I can’t believe it” in English). Within 48 hours, the tweet gained over 1.08 million likes and 635,000 retweets.



    Spread

    The following day, other Japanese Twitter users began questioning the authenticity of the photo, pointing out several apparent discrepancies between the two dashboards (shown below).

    On July 19th, the images uploaded to Imgur,[2] where they received upwards of 346,000 views, 9,000 points and 450 comments.

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  • 07/20/17--20:43: Still think x is cool?
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    Still think x is cool is a snowclone template parodying anti-drug campaigns. Images containing the phrase attribute obviously false or exaggerated side effects to cannabis or other polarizing subjects. In addition to exaggerated effects, the format often includes ridiculous names for marijuana such as “Jazz cabbage” or “the devil’s lettuce” in order to parody the lack of first hand experience with marijuana that many anti-drug campaigners have.

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  • 07/21/17--09:14: Can We Fix It?
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    Can We Fix It refers to a series of three-panel exploitable memes in which the stop-motion animated character Bob the Builder is presented with a project that is seemingly impossible to fix. The meme plays on Bob’s theme song and catchphrase, “Can we fix it? Yes, we can.”

    Origin

    The television series Bob The Builder premiered on British television on November 28th, 2008.[1] The theme song to the show, which plays heavily into the meme, contain the lyrics “Bob the Builder/Can we fix it?/Bob the Builder/Yes, we can.”



    On July 19th, 2017, the phrase, as well as Bob the Builder_’s logo and likness were used in a three panel exploitable. RedditorPGHWhiteKnight on the subreddit /r/dankchristianmemes posted an image where in the top panel Bob the Builder and the phrase “Can we fix it” appears. In the center frame, an image of a church congregation with the caption “Millenials abandon church, faith, and religion at an alarming rate.” The final panel sees Bob rubbing his brow, implying that he might not be able to fix this.[2] The image (shown below) received more than 625 points (96% upvoted) and 200 comments.



    Spread

    Over the next few days, people all over Reddit began using the format. Can We Fix It memes appeared on several different subreddits, including /r/gamindustri,[7] /r/DankMemes[8] and /r/HistoryMemes.[9]



    Due to its exploitability, this Bob the Builder meme became very common on Reddit. On the subreddit /r/MemeEconomy, at least four different threads were created about the meme, a testament to its rising popularity.[3][4][5][6]

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  • 07/21/17--09:20: I'll Take Uhh...
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    I’ll Take Uhh… refers to a series of videos remixing a scene from Spongebob Squarepants in which a customer attempts to order something from the character Mr. Krabs, the owner of The Krusty Krab. In the episode, Mr. Krabs is wracked with guilt because he stole Spongebob’s beloved squeaky boots, so when the customer attempts to order, Mr. Krabs hears the squeak of the boots. In the remixes, the audio of the squeaking boots is replaced with various other audio clips.

    Origin

    The clip comes from the Spongebob Squarepants episode “Squeaky Boots,” which aired September 4th, 1999.[1] In the episode, Mr. Krabs swindles Spongebob into buying a pair of boots. Spongebob falls in love with the boots, wearing them constantly. The boots make a hideous squeaking sound, which annoys Mr. Krabs, leading him to steal and bury them underneath the floorboards of The Krusty Krab. In a play on “The Tell-Tale Heart” by Edgar Allen Poe, Krabs’ guilt over stealing the boots causes him to constantly hear their squeak, climaxing in a moment where a customer attempts to order a meal and Mr. Krabs can only hear the squeak (filmed upload of the scene shown below).



    Spread

    The clip grew into a source of some popular remix videos in June of 2017. On June 13th, YouTuber The Dinkster[4] uploaded a remix that features an ear rape version of “Fireflies”, gaining only 284 views. OnJune 14th, Tumblr user bob-belcher[2] did the same, gaining over 101,000 notes. The following day, it was uploaded to YouTube by Mitchelskater and gained 90,000 views (shown below).



    Over the course of the following weeks, several more edits appeared in which people replaced the audio of the squeaky boots with various other audio clips, including Boneless Pizza (shown below, left), and Big Smoke’s Order (shown below, right). On July 19th, Emmanuel Pichardo uploaded an edit to Melee Hell which gained over 1,000 likes and reactions.[3]



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    [1]Spongebob Wikia – Squeaky Boots

    [2]Tumblr – bob-belcher

    [3]Facebook – Melee Hell

    [4]YouTube – The Dinkster


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  • 07/21/17--11:46: Darknet Markets
  • About

    Darknet Markets, also known as cryptomarkets, are websites hosted on the deep web which can only be acessed through anonymous web browsers like the TOR.

    History

    In the 1970s, students at Stanford University illegally purchased cannabis using an early version of the internet called ARPANET, marking the first use of an online network to obtain narcotics.[1]

    Notable Sites

    Silk Road

    Silk Road was an online black market which could only be accessed via The Onion Router (TOR) anonymous web browsing client. On the site, goods are sold in exchange for Bitcoins, a peer-to-peer digital crypto-curency created by Satoshi Nakamoto. Many of the sellers specialize in selling drugs, oftentimes shipping to countries where they are illegal to possess.

    AlphaBay

    AlphaBay was a darknet market on the TOR networkwhich was shut down along with the Hansa online marketplace as part of the multinational law enforcement campaign Operation Bayonet.

    /r/DarkNetMarkets

    The /r/DarkNetMarkets[2] subreddit is a forum for discussions about darknet marketplaces and vendors. Originally launched on October 16th, 2013, the subreddit gathered more than 146,000 subscribers over the next four years.

    DarknetMarkets.org

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  • 07/21/17--12:23: England Is My City
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    England Is My City is a lyric said by rapper Nick Crompton in the video for “It’s Everyday Bro” by Vine and YouTube star Jake Paul. The lyric was mocked online, as England is a country, not a city. Most of the parodies in various YouTube Poop videos and remixes.

    Origin

    On May 30th, 2017, Jake Paul uploaded a music video for a song called “It’s Everyday Bro” to YouTube, where it gained over 26 million views (shown below). In the video, he brags about his followers and stated that he would soon pass Pewdiepie. Furthermore he made reference to his ex-girlfriend Alissa Violet, another YouTube star, who had undergone a very public breakup a few months prior amid rumors of mutual cheating and that Violet had begun to date Jake’s brother, Logan. During the video, Nick Crompton appears and delivers a guest verse in which he says the line “England is my city.”



    Spread

    The first parody was posted on June 4th, when YouTube channel Aunix uploaded a YouTube Poop video of the lyric, gaining over 1.4 million views (shown below, left). This sparked a surge of jokes and parody videos, several of which gained hundreds of thousands of views. For example, on June 20th, Alpacafries uploaded a Replacement Remix where “England is my city” replaced “every time they say something stupid,” gaining over 572,000 views (shown below, right). On June 7th, Redditor TheAwesomeGem posted a question about the surge of “England is my city” jokes appearing in comments and videos to /r/OutOfTheLoop.[1]



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  • 07/21/17--13:18: Hey Bulldog
  • Hey Bulldog is an obscure song made by the Beatles. It was released in the Yellow Submarine soundtrack album in 1969.

    On July 21, 2017, this song took over SiriusXM’s Hits 1 channel. The Hits 1 channel usually plays songs from pop artists like Ed Sheeran and Imagine Dragons. But on that morning, the station flooded with that song.


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  • 07/21/17--14:46: BRIAN GET ON DISCORD
  • BRYANGET ON DISCORD

    BRYANGET ON DISCORD,” @ROBLOXAdmin

    BRYANGET ON DISCORD’, or ‘BRIANGET ON DISCORD’, originated from a player (steam @ROBLOXAdmin) who chatted “BRYANGET ON DISCORD” during the match between BIG and Immortals in the PGL Krakow 2017 Major, implying for an individual to launch the online voice chatting program, Discord.

    During the match, watchers created variations of the simple catchphrase, such as,

    “Brian, this is your Dad[’s]. This is about your mom. Please get on Discord for us to talk to you.” – Unknown Watcher

    [GOTV] Brian has earned Discord! – @Lenny2k

    [GOTV] Brian has received a Souvenir! – @SevenGears

    Many users pretended to be the match bot, implying that ‘Brian’ has received a Souvenir, a virtual item which is given to watchers during CSGO professional matches.

    Unfortunately, a screenshot of the chat during the match between the professional eSports teams, BIG and Immortals is not available due to the inability to F12 (screenshot) during a CSGOGOTV Session, and screen-capturing software would opt out of the Counter Strike window. The following images are screenshots of a recording of the match.


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  • 07/21/17--17:11: /give 132
  • The /give 132 Meme is about a YouTuber’s (The Alpha Squad) Unturned Server Where he countlessly failed at raiding YouTuber Manoman and spawned in the M249 of the game, the “Dragonfang” using the command /give 132 to finally kill him, after that Manoman sent his friend Phantom Miner as a spy to to get back his stuff from The Alpha Squad , after Phantom Miner successfully gunned down all of The Alpha Squad’s teammates he banned Phantom Miner and so many of the Unturned YouTubers stopped being friends with The Alpha Squad and made a new server called “Unturned Royale”


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  • 07/22/17--07:27: Mayweather vs. McGregor
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  • 07/22/17--08:01: Gabriel "Lenny" Cano
  • Created on July 22, 2017, this meme involves a male Facebook user called Gabriel Cano. Original picture has this man taking a picture of himself with his new phone. If you look closely at his face, it resembles Lenny Face.


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  • 07/19/17--11:22: Bling Bling Boy
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    Bling Bling Boy is a character on the Cartoon Network animated series Johnny Test. He is the main antagonist in the series. In the mid-late 2010s, he became the subject of various YouTube Poop remixes and shitposts.

    Origin

    Bling Bling Boy, real name Eugene Hamilton,[1] first appeared in the first episode of Johnny Test, which aired September 17th, 2005. Most of the memes revolving around Bling Bling Boy revolve around scenes in the episode “Phat Johnny,”[2] which aired December 3rd, 2006. The first scene is one in which which Bling Bling Boy becomes a muscular, and the second is in which he raps a verse to impress talent agents (shown below).



    Spread

    Bling Bling Boy did not see meme spread until 2015. The earliest parodies using the character appeared on March 3rd, 2015, in a video in which a person creates the character’s face in Minecraft in a video that only gained just over 400 views. (shown below, left). An image of Bling Bling Boy’s face over Drake’s in the Hotline Bling video was posted to Tumblr[3] on December 26th, 2015, gaining only 49 notes (shown below, right).



    On December 22nd, 2016, YouTuber skellygore uploaded the most popular joke video of Bling Bling Boy, featuring him rapping over the beat to You Reposted In The Wrong Neighborhood, gaining over 53,000 views (shown below, left). The same day, he uploaded a video of the Bling Bling Boy rap happening over the beat of “Hotline Bling,” gaining over 23,000 views (shown below, right). He also created a YouTube playlist featuring the various joke videos people had made using the character.[4]



    In May of 2017, a comparison image of Bling Bling Boy and rapper Post Malone began circulating online. On May 5th, 2017, the Facebook page Social Anxiety Disorder Memes[5] showed the image and gained over 3,000 likes and reactions (shown below).



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