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- 07/19/17--08:29: _Swipe Up To Make Th...
- 07/19/17--09:47: _You're Doing Amazin...
- 07/23/17--06:15: _Geese Howard
- 07/23/17--08:33: _Kimashita wa
- 07/23/17--18:00: _Knight's & Magic
- 07/23/17--18:25: _#MakingAnEntrance
- 07/24/17--02:57: _Vashikaran Mantras ...
- 07/24/17--03:36: _FEPE
- 07/24/17--07:39: _Torpedobeat
- 07/24/17--07:57: _Skyrim Eye Width
- 07/24/17--09:04: _Pokémon GO Fest
- 07/24/17--10:41: _Nic Cage in Kazakhstan
- 07/24/17--12:02: _Sometimes... Things...
- 07/24/17--12:10: _Sean Spicer Steals ...
- 07/24/17--13:33: _trans marco theory
- 07/24/17--13:57: _But I'm Nothing Wit...
- 07/24/17--15:39: _Purple Chat
- 07/24/17--18:34: _Okay Okay Okay Song...
- 07/24/17--21:22: _thewrongface
- 07/20/17--20:43: _Still Think It's Ha...
- 07/19/17--08:29: Swipe Up To Make This Fly
- 07/19/17--09:47: You're Doing Amazing Sweetie
- 07/23/17--06:15: Geese Howard
- 07/23/17--08:33: Kimashita wa
- 07/23/17--18:00: Knight's & Magic
- 07/23/17--18:25: #MakingAnEntrance
- 07/24/17--02:57: Vashikaran Mantras Services in New York
- 07/24/17--03:36: FEPE
- 07/24/17--07:39: Torpedobeat
- 07/24/17--07:57: Skyrim Eye Width
- 07/24/17--09:04: Pokémon GO Fest
- 07/24/17--10:41: Nic Cage in Kazakhstan
- 07/24/17--12:02: Sometimes... Things That Are Expensive... Are Worse
- 07/24/17--12:10: Sean Spicer Steals Mini-Fridge
- 07/24/17--13:33: trans marco theory
- 07/24/17--13:57: But I'm Nothing Without This Suit
- 07/24/17--15:39: Purple Chat
- 07/24/17--18:34: Okay Okay Okay Song/Fukkit - 30
- 07/24/17--21:22: thewrongface
- 07/20/17--20:43: Still Think It's Harmless?
Swipe Up To Make This Fly refers to a photo fad on Twitter in which people photoshop images such that they have a transparent background. They then instruct users to click the object and swipe up, which on mobile devices creates the illusion that the object is “soaring” through the Twitter timeline.
On April 3rd, 2015, Twitter user @lainadima uploaded the first version of the post, which included a cat, gaining over 5,600 retweets and 2,500 likes (shown below).
Guys! Swipe up to see a cat fly! 😈 pic.twitter.com/WLSm15yB01— ᴸᴬᴵᴺᴬᴰᴵᴹᴬ (@lainadima) April 3, 2015
The post and its variations became quite popular over the coming days, as various other animals and objects were used in place of the cat. One of the most popular examples features Superman. Other people photoshopped images of themselves or their close friends (examples shown below).
Swipe up to see Superman fly pic.twitter.com/wYRdqI9vGs— Ridiculousness Fans (@WeLoveRobDyrdek) April 3, 2015
swipe up to make me fly pic.twitter.com/uV8yQOF0oA
— Utsav Lathia (@ULathia) April 3, 2015
The posts appeared more sparingly over the course of the following two years, until July 14th, 2017, when @joeltyler_ revitalized the meme with an image of Fiona the Baby Hippo. His post, shown below, gained over 12,000 retweets and 20,000 likes.
Click to open & swipe up to make bby hippo fly pic.twitter.com/hg1DIpxBkf— joel tyler (@joeltyler_) July 14, 2017
This sparked a surge of new posts using the format, prompting Select All to write an article instructing one on how to make the post in Preview for Mac:
Step 1: Select your image. (Preferably something you have the rights to. We here at Select All would never advise you illegally use someone else’s photo in the pursuit of fleeting internet fame.) Make sure to save it as a PNG file, otherwise you won’t be able to edit it properly later. Pro tip: Opting for something with a plain background, ideally white, will yield best results.
Step 2: Open your PNG file in Preview. Tap the toolbox icon at the top of the screen. The select the Instant Alpha tool by tapping the wand icon in the upper left-hand side of the screen. Click on the background of the image you want to remove, the Instant Alpha tool will begin to highlight in red. Once you’ve selected what you need to remove, hit Delete. You should be left with just the image you want to make fly.
Swipe up to make this picture of Mark Zuckerberg, which I edited solely for the purpose of explaining a meme, fly. pic.twitter.com/0bk3Dgf9rn— Madison M. K. (@4evrmalone) July 18, 2017
This is a space bear, the cutest microscopic life form. Swipe up to make him fly pic.twitter.com/9mfmEQJ91h— joel tyler (@joeltyler_) July 18, 2017
swipe up to make Oprah fly pic.twitter.com/gTiPFrM1Gg— Marc (@MarcSnetiker) July 16, 2017
swipe up to make harry styles fly pic.twitter.com/gIk9AYtDfC— ㅤㅤㅤㅤ (@discouvered) April 3, 2015
Swipe up to make Logan fly pic.twitter.com/YPqDBU7IHS— Hunter Vaughan (@HunterVaughan01) April 3, 2015
Swipe up to make Ben Scharf fly pic.twitter.com/uKM2qlgWmg— Nick Bove (@BoveTsbove) April 3, 2015
You’re Doing Amazing, Sweetie is a memorable quote from the reality television series Keeping Up With the Kardashians. Online, the phrase has been adapted as both a catchphrase and a reaction image with a screenshot from the show featuring Kris Jenner pointing her camera at a nude Kim Kardashian being used to express encouragement.
On November 4th, 2007, the fourth episode of season 1 of Keeping Up With The Kardashians entitled “Birthday Suit” premiered. In the episode, after much debate, Kim decides to do a nude photoshoot for the adult magazine Playboy. Her mother Kris escorts her to the shoot, during which she snapped a few photos on her nude daughter and said, “Kim, you’re doing amazing, sweetie.”
The moment first appeared online on November 5th, 2014, when BuzzFeed included it on a list entitled "26 Life Lessons Kris Jenner Taught Us All. Coming in at number nine, the list captions a gif of the moment (shown below) “but always be a cheerleader for friends and family.”
The following year, the outlet included the moment on another list of “26 Kris Jenner Moments That Make You Laugh Every Time.”
On August 20th, 2016, the Instagram account @kardashianvideos uploaded the moment from the show (shown in origin) with the caption ""Kim you’re doing amazing sweetie" 😩😂😭😭😭😭." The post received more than 212,000 views and 5,400 likes in less than a year.
On September 23rd, 2016, Twitter user @FreddyAmazin posted a screencap of the episode with the subtitle of “Kim you’re doing amazing sweetie.” The font looks very similar to the BuzzFeed gif, however, the user added the caption “me when i see my best friend doing some ho shit.” The post (shown below) received more than 2,900 retweets and 7,300 likes, as of July 2017. 
Since then, “you’re doing amazing sweetie” has become a catchphrase expressing encouragement on Twitter. A February 2nd, 2017 tweet (shown below, left) featuring a picture of actress Taraji P. Henson by Twitter user @daisyrdley received more than 1,100 retweets and 2,000 likes. The picture, taken during the film _Moonlight_’s best picture win at the 2017 Academy Awards, was captioned “Taraji P. Henson bringing ’you’re doing amazing sweetie’ meme to life when moonlight won.”
On July 17th, 2017, Twitter user @spoticry tweeted “Scotland you’re doing amazing sweetie” when retweeting a report about Scotland becoming the first country to give free access to female sanitary products. Within two days the tweet (shown below, right) received more than 134,000 retweets and 360,000 likes.
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Geese Howard a recurring character in SNK fighting games and other crossover games.He’s role changes in the games he’s in.
He’s known for his fighting style based on counter throws and locks and he’s regarded as one of the most iconic characters in fighting games history.
He made his first appearance in Fatal Fury where he fights against the Bogard brothers’ because he murdered their father.
After his defeat he’s declared dead in game’s ending.
However he’ll continue to appear in other games:as a boss in Art of Fighting 2 and in the sixth installment Real Bout Fatal Fury Special and in the King of Fighters series as playable character.
In his first game Geese is known for being one of the most difficult bosses in fighting games’ history.Due to his regular attacks that deal an insane amount of damage and mostly to his counter that takes half health bar.
Several game websites described Geese as almost unkillable or even impossible but despite the all this Geese is still a highly respected character in the Fighting Game community.
He’s also known for his theme song that has been used and remixed in all the games he was in.
Tekken 7 announcement
On July 17th 2017 Namco Bandai Entertainment America released a Reveal Trailer featuring Geese Howard as a playable character for Tekken 7.The video gained over 1 million views.
The phrase “kimashita wa” (キマシタワー) is often said when two females interact in a “more than friendly” way.
Originally, it came from the following text art related to Strawberry Panic:
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Of the character Tamao Suzumi. “Kimashita” is a past tense polite form of the verb “kuru,” which means “to arrive” or “to come.” “Wa” is an sentence ending indicating strong emotion, typically used by women but also sometimes men. In any case, the usage of “wa” at the end of sentence is indicative of a feminine tone.
This text art was afterwards frequently used on Japanese message boards like 2ch whenever a scene that feels yuri-like. This phrase has also been encountered in half-width katakana ｷﾏｼﾀﾜｰ and in an abbreviated form, simply “kimashi” (ｷﾏｼ).
Tamao Suzumi has actually never said this word in the show Strawberry Panic, so this was entirely a creation from the text art. The Tamao face that is depicted in this text art is actually what she looks like when she says “tamarimasen wa” (ﾀﾏﾘﾏｾﾝﾜｰ, “I can’t stand it”).
Usually when people use this meme, it’s in subtle low-excitement situations. For example, you do often see phrase commented about scenes when two females kiss, but you see people use this phrase much more often in relation to scenes when one female compliments about another’s appearance in a more-than-friendly way. In other words, people use this phrase when they perceive that yuri is about to begin, not when yuri is already happening.
This meme has also given birth to another related meme, “Kima City Tower,” or “Kima-shi Tawaa” (キマシ塔). This of course is a pun.
(This information was taken from http://dic.nicovideo.jp/a/キマシタワー as well as various observations of comments posted on videos at Nicovideo).
Knight’s & Magic is a light novel by Hisago Amazake-no released in 2010 about a genius programmer and mecha otaku who dies after getting hit by a van while crossing the road an reborn as an effeminate looking boy in a world where magic and his obsession (robots, which in this world are called Silhouette Knights) exist for real. Learning that magic is a rather a lot like his previous’s world’s programming, he becomes a child prodigy with the goal of building his own Silhouette Knight.
In 2017 it was adapted into an anime
When you just paid your mortgage and you still have a little left over for donuts! #donuts
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#FEPE is a meme that was spread by a youtuber with the channel Infinite Plane Society.
It’s meaning is “Flat Earth People Everywhere”
Torpedobeat is a genre of video montage parodies using footage of the MOBA shooter game World of Warships. Those montage typically feature warships taking evasive maneuvers to dodge torpedo salvos, with Eurobeat music playing in the background, parodying the style of Eurobeat remixes. Those remixes have gained a notable popularity in the World of Warships community online, most notably on Youtube and reddit.
The game World of Warships edited by Belarussian company Wargaming.net, was released worldwide on september 17th, 2015. The game is a MOBA-shooter in which the player takes control of various WW1- and WW2-era warships from different nations, using a similar gameplay to the editor’s previous success, World of Tanks.
In the game, one of the most powerful weapons system available are the torpedoes, which can deal a lot of damage per shot to any class of ship, and are extremely difficult to dodge, due to their high concealment and most ships’ high inertia and low maneuvrability.
Starting from March 4th, 2016, Youtube user Yuro (formerly known as atsf) started to post on his channel a series of World of Warships themed funtages featuring clips of him steering his ship to dodge torpedo salvos, remixed with video footage of the anime Initial D and various Eurobeat music playing in the background. (shown below)
Later, on march 20th, 2016, Yuro posted a Unicum guide video explaining how to play the american cruiser USS Atlanta in game. The video featured a similar torpedo dodging footage, set to the music “Night of Fire” by Niko, and with a foreground caption saying “Obligatory Torpedobeat” (shown below).
After march 20th, Yuro kept posting several torpedobeat-themed videos and guides on his channel, the most popular one reaching over 400 000 views on July 2017. On may 14th, 2016, World of Warships user Iroks posted on the game’s official forum a thread etitled “Torpedobeat is real”, with a (now deleted) link to a mod replacing the in-game “torpedo incoming” alarm siren by a random Eurobeat song. On may 23rd, a definition for “Torpedobeats” was added to the Urban dicitonnary and gained 34 positive reviews. Later on, several other Youtube users and World of Warships players started posting their own torpedobeat montages. as of july 2017, the keyword “Torpedobeat” had 3290 search results on Youtube and 88 on the World of Warships subreddit. On September 7th, 2016, the official World of WarshipsFacebook page posted a GIF of a destroyer dodging torpedoes with the caption “Torpedobeat intensifies !” On December 13th, 2016, Redditor MetroDudeGuy announced the creation of the dedicated /r/torpedobeat subreddit, where users are invited to post their creations, either in video or GIF form.
Skyrim Eye Width referes to a series of photoshop exploitables in which photographs are juxtaposed next to the eye width character customization controls of the video game Skyrim. The first photograph is unaltered. In the second photograph, however, the eye width increases or decreases, depending on the adjacent control slider.
On July 18th, 2017, Twitter user @ItsArthurXD posted a four panel photoshop exploitable of YouTuber Pyrocynical next to the eye width character customization controls from Syrim. In the top half of the meme, Pycrocynical is next to the the unchanged eye width slider. In the bottom half, the slider is moved up to 100 and the photo of Pyrocynical is manipulated to make his eyes look farther apart. Within a week, the tweet (shown below) received more than 30 retweets and 200 likes.
Several days later, on July 23rd, Redditor Hydroplane2010 posted a variation of the meme, placing a great white shark in the top half and a hammerhead shark on the bottom half. The post (shown below, left) received more than 37,000 points (85% upvoted) and 200 comments on the /r/DankMemes subreddit. The meme also appeared on the /r/Gaming subreddit where it received an additional 800 points (84% upvoted).
That day, the Facebook page Just Another Meme Page posted another variation of a chihuahua dog with its eyes altered to appear wider. The post (shown below, right) received more than 3,7900 reactions, 1,000 comments and 9,100 shares.
On July 24th, the meme appeared on the /r/MemeEconomy subreddit two times in the threads “Stocks for this meme have already taken a huge hit. Spotted on Facebook” and “Booty width evolution. Light buy.”
Pokémon GO Fest was an event
In June 2017, Nintendo announced plans for a Pokémon GO Fest event to be held in Chicago, Illinois on July 22nd, where attendees were promised the ability to catch rare monsters in the game. On June 23rd, tickets for the event sold out within 15 minutes of going on sale.
On July 22nd, the event was held at Chicago’s Grant Park.
That day, YouTuber bobvids posted a montage of clips from the event, in which the audience can be heard repeatedly booing the presenters and chanting “we can’t play” (shown below). The following day, Redditor SarcasticPyro submitted the video to /r/videos, where it over 800 points (92% upvoted) and 200 comments.
Also on July 23rd, Redditor SconeSnatcher submitted a post asking “Why are people upset about Pokefest?” to /r/OutOfTheLoop, where it received more than 1,400 points (90% upvoted) and 130 comments within 24 hours.
During the event, Niantic published an official response on their blog, which announced that all registered attendees would be given ticket refunds, $100 in PokéCoins and the legendary Pokémon Lugia.
News Media Coverage
In the coming days, several news sites published articles about the negative reactions to the event, including BBC, Forbes, USA Today, Kotaku and Polygon.
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Nic Cage In Kazakhstan refers to an image of actor Nicolas Cage in the country of Kazakhstan wearing a traditional robe and hat of the country. The photograph, particularly Cage’s expression, led to jokes and a photoshop battle on Reddit.
On July 23rd, 2017, writer Yashar Ali tweeted the photograph of Cage in Kazakhstan with the caption, “Nic Cage is in Kazakhstan..here with the First Lady. It’s likely he got paid for this (he’s broke), I have reached out to his publicist.” The tweet gained over 1,700 retweets and 4,800 likes (shown below).
The quote comes from episode 4 of The Gay and Wondrous Life of Caleb Gallo by Bryan Jordan Alvarez. It was posted to YouTube on February 27th, 2017 and has gained over 155,000 views as of July 24th, 2017. The scene in question features the character Freckle talking to Caleb about two guys she invited over to her room the previous night (scene shown below).
The scene began spreading on Tumblr in July of 2017. On July 6th, 2017, Tumblr user @hyrude posted the scene to his Tumblr with the caption “tell me why this budgetless gay youtube series made for fun by a group of friends has the best editing and writing of anything i’ve watched in a year. also tell me how this single scene can contain every single one of the top three most iconic lines in history.” The post gained over 217,000 notes. After that, the line “Sometimes… Things That Are Expensive… Are Worse” began to grow into a reaction image and snowclone on the site used to refer to various different things that “are worse.” Some of the most popular edits in which it is used as a reaction image include a post by astralcaptain comparing the budget of Sky High to The Avengers, gaining over 59,000 notes (shown below, left). A post by chirrutbaze applying the post to a scene from the original Star Wars film gained over 7,200 notes (shown below, right).
The image has also become a popular snowclone in which either the original reaction image is edited to give a different message or people use the phrase as a snowclone in text posts. Of the former, one popular example posted by sober-ii fits the phrase “I’m Gay” into the image. That post gained over 19,000 notes (shown below, left). Of the latter, a post by quxnce crossing the line with What She Says, What She Means gained over 18,000 notes (shown below, right). The meme was documented by Meme Documentation on July 21st, 2017.
Meme Documentation – Explained: sometimes things that are expensive are worse
Sean Spicer Steals Mini-Fridge refers to a series of online jokes and photoshops based on an anecdote in the newspaper the Wall Street Journal. The Journal article alleges that Sean Spicer stole a mini-fridge from the White House less than a month into his job.
On July 21st, 2017, The Wall Street Journal published an article entitled “Sean Spicer Faced Myriad Obstacles During Dramatic White House Rise and Fall.” The story, which outlined some of the issues Spicer had as the White House press secretary, opened with an anecdote about how Spicer stole a mini-fridge from work during his first month.
Less than a month into his new job, White House press secretary Sean Spicer needed to keep his food and drink cold. He wanted a mini-fridge.
He dispatched a top aide to a nearby executive office building where junior research employees are crammed into a room, surviving on Lean Cuisine frozen lunches. Mr. Spicer wants your icebox, the aide said, according to people familiar with the incident. They refused to give it up.
So Mr. Spicer waited until sundown--after his young staffers had left--to take matters into his own hands. He was spotted by a fellow White House official lugging the icebox down the White House driveway after 8 p.m.
The Wall Street Journal – Sean Spicer Faced Myriad Obstacles During Dramatic White House Rise and Fall
Is a fan theory that states that Marco Diaz the second main character of Star vs. the Forces of Evil, is actually a transgender girl instead of a boy.
After it began airing, fans began to theorize that Marco Diaz is a transgender girl. On July 22, 2016, Tumblr user Breastforce created a master post of evidence that Marco is a trans girl, which gained over 10,000 notes in a year. She later created an updated version on March 1, 2017, which gathered over 3,000 notes in 4 months. The theory has gained a large following within the fandom.
I don’t know much more about this than stated in the Star vs. entry, but as I saw a large list of image gallery postings on this was making fans upset for the spam-posting. I have taken it on myself to make this entry. If anyone wants to pick this project up from me let me know. I am just trying to make everyone happy with this.
But I’m Nothing Without This Suit refers to a memorable line from the 2017 Marvel Studios superhero film Spider-Man: Homecoming. Since the line appeared in a trailer for the film, the quote has been used in a variety of memes that make joes on the film, its production and other forms of entertainment.
On March 28th, 2017, Marvel Entertainment released the second trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming on YouTube. In the trailer, there is a confrontation between the characters Spider-Man and Iron Man. Iron Man, who, in the film, makes Spider-Man’s suit, demands it back. Spider-Man says, “But I’m nothing without the suit.” Iron Man replies, “If you’re nothing without the suit, then you shouldn’t be wearing it.” The trailer (shown below) received more than 9 million views in three months.
Later that day, the Instagram account @TheNiceGuyCast posted an image macro of Spider-Man actor Tom Holland next to a number of Iron Man suits. The image is captioned “Tony: if you’re nothing without the suit, then you shouldn’t be wearing it.” The image (shown below) received more than 1,100 likes in three months.
The following week, on April 6th, Facebook account The Geek Haven posted an interior monologue captioning variation of the scene from the trailer. In the two panel meme, Tony Stark says, “If you’re nothing without the suit, then you shouldn’t have it.” The panel of Spider-Man shows what the character is thinking. The post (shown below) received more than 125 reactions and 15 shares.
On July 10th, a variation of the meme appeared on Imgur. User AFoxPlayingChess posted the moment from the film with Sony executive Amy Pascal and Kevin Feige’s heads photoshopped over Spider-Man and Iron Man’s, respectively. The caption reads, “’We’re nothing without this franchise.’ ‘If you’re nothing without this franchise, then you don’t deserve it.’” The image (shown below, left) received more than 4,000 views.
The following day, Facebook user The Geek Strikes Back posted a similar version, this time replacing Pascal and Feige’s heads with the logos for Sony and Marvel, respectively. The post (shown below, right) received more than 2,700 reactions and 700 shares.
On July 22nd, Redditor FukingNormie posted a variation to the /r/MemeEconomy subreddit. The post featured the Nickelodeon television channel logo photoshopped over Tom Holland’s face with the caption “But I’m nothing without SpongeBob.” The post (shown below) received more than 7,200 points (92% upvoted) in 24 hours.
Purple Chat was a chat in the community Dank Memes Amino in the app Amino created in June 2017. This chat was famous for all of the random shit that the users posted.
In June 2017 DMA member DxC (Demon x Carnage) created three chats: Green Chat (Lv1-5), Yellow Chat (Lv6-9) and Purple Chat (Lv10-14). So far only one member in DMA has surpassed the Lv15 goal and is now a blue member.
The Purple Chat was quickly flooded with random offensive memes etc and nsfw hentai (which was breaking against the guidelines). Many members were sad they weren’t purple and created their own ripoffs.
In July 2017 the chat was spammed with hentai and was therefore disabled.
Fukkit – 30, or the “Okay Okay Okay Song”, for people who don’t know the name, is a song released by VoidTracks on YouTube and Soundcloud. Near the beginning of the song, the rappers say “Okay, Okay, Okay, Okay,” followed by a bass drop, which has been boosted in numerous videos on YouTube and Vine.
There are no official lyrics, so the following is most likely unaccurate.
Okay, okay, okay, okay,
Yeah, hey, okay. Yeah hey, okay,
Yeah, hey, okay. Yeah hey, okay,
Yeah, hey, okay.
Okay. Okay. Okay. Okay.
Boom, 30 Xannies Imma kill em like bang
30 Pistols Imma murder yo gang.
20/20 and I come with a bang
30 soldiers, they don’t know M.I.A.
F*ck a n*gga if he hate me, okay.
I’ll be struttin’ on the daily okay.
If he got the money, pay me okay?
How many pussies got me angry, okay!
30 Soldiers, Imma kill em like bang.
Check your sandals, check your partner, get yo money, baby, 30 hundred for a nugget
Imma start a party, might jog in
I don’t got no partners to f*ck all yo cousins
I’m a baller blocker, ain’t no disscussion
Imma cut it, just like an onion.
I see you n*ggas, I see you bluffin’
One and only, ain’t no better then Fukkit
Bang with it, Swang with it.
Kurt CoBANG chillin’,
Bling Dry junkie, Blood monkey, Burn yo brain with it.
F*ck you talkin’ ‘bout it.
Money shorter than a hobbit
I could keep on gainin’ power; You won’t never see me stoppin’
I’m a hunter when I cock it.
Hot potato? Imma drop it.
You might see me with a pump; no gas.
You might see me light it up; that gas.
I might see you with the sh*ts, little man.
I might see you with the sh*ts, little man.
I’ma pull up and get it, and go.
I don’t want to see you talk ’bout yo folk.
I would rather see you get up and go,
I would rather smoke on tha dope.
30 Xannies Imma kill all mah pain
The song quickly spread around Vine and YouTube. Many Vine Compilations have gotten hundreds of thousands of views on YouTube.
Around the same time, YouTube user Bass Dragon uploaded a Bass Boosted video of the song, with would get over 1.1 million views.
The Wrong Face is a 2 second long segment of http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/subcultures/the-emoji-movie trailer which includes both an emoticon and a quote used ironically or without point in internet discussion to show reference to The Emoji Movie.
What’s he doing?
He’s making the wrong face!
The Wrong Face also takes other forms, such as “t h e w r o n g f a c e.”
On May 16, 2017, Movieclips Trailers released The Emoji Movie Trailer #1 (2017) promoting the 2017 movie, The Emoji Movie_ on the social media site YouTube© which reached about 280,000 views in less than a week. The Wrong Face can be seen at the 1 minute mark of the video.
The Wrong Face began to spread within 11 days of releasing the trailer, when Youtube creator: “chopping boss” released “The Emoji movie trailer but everyone is making the wrong face,” which sparked about 4,200 views. The segment of the movie including The Wrong Face was modified and spoofed in “The Emoji Movie Sneak Peek: Making the right face,” by Angry Bird Ej.
Still Think It’s Harmless?, also known as Still Think It’s Cool?, is a phrasal template parodying anti-drug campaigns, which is typically used to caption images depicting obviously false or exaggerated side effects of cannabis. Additionally, the format often includes humorous names for marijuana such as “jazz cabbage” or “devil’s lettuce.”
In September 2010, Purdue University Student Wellness Office posted an image on their website claiming that marijuana was the “most common illegal drug in fatally-injured drivers,” along with the caption “still think it’s harmless?” (shown below, left).
On April 20th, 2011, CollegeHumor published a series of mock anti-marijuana public service announcement images, which featured various jokes about the effects of marijuana followed by the slogan “Marijuana. Harmless?” (shown below).
On June 23rd, 2016, Redditor Ocean_turtle submitted a parody anti-marijuana image titled “Still think marijuana is harmless?” to /r/trees (shown below).
On August 11th, the Zesty Supreme Facebook page posted a picture of the X-Men character Magneto next to a picture of the singer Vitas along with the caption “This is Magneto after 1 marijuana. Still think taking a little puff is harmless?” (shown below, left). On December 7th, Instagram user drgrayfangposted a picture of Amy Schumer next to Dog the Bounty Hunter with the caption “Still think marijuana isn’t harmful?” (shown below, right). Within eight months, the post gathered upwards of 9,900 likes.