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  • 08/23/17--11:13: Anime Profile Pictures
  • About

    Anime Profile Pictures refers to the pictures of various anime character used as a profile picture on various social media platforms online. Online, the use of anime-themed avatars is often mocked in a similar fashion to fedoras.

    Origin

    [Researching]

    Spread

    On May 11th, 2013, Minecraft Forums[2] user Zombie Killer submitted a post asking “Why do so many guys choose anime girls as their profile pictures?”, which gathered upwards of 300 responses over the next month.

    On May 19th, 2014, a Facebook[3] page titled “Anime profile pics are for Losers” was created, gathering more than 208,500 likes over the next four years.

    On November 1st, 2015, Redditor woodspuma0023 submitted a variation of the oWo comic titled “Anime profile pics in a nutshell” to the /r/justneckbeardthings subreddit.



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  • 08/23/17--11:17: Baozou Manhua
  • About

    Baozou Manhua (translation: Rage Comics) refers to a website that hosts of Chinese, black and white, crudely drawn webcomics. Much like America rage comics, Baozou Manhua tell of the frustrating experiences of everyday life, generally ending in a darkly humorous punchline.

    Origin

    In 2008, Wang Nima founded Baozou Manhua, a website dedicated to Chinese versions of rage comics.[1] According a 2012 interview[2] with Wang, he said:

    “I think the essence of [rage comics] is in helping people express their discontent towards some things -- it exaggerates. I intend to give the masses a ‘spear’, so they can say hi to creativity.”

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  • 08/23/17--11:26: Do Not Interact
  • About

    “Do Not Interact” Banners are a wide range of advisory messages typically displayed in the header of niche-interest blogs and/or appended to the end of individual posts as a precautionary measure to ward off any outsider with ulterior motive who may pose harm to others. Similar to Pedobear and Trigger Warning, the widespread presence of the banners has inspired a large collection of parodies on Tumblr.

    Origin

    [researching]

    Spread

    [researching]

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  • 08/23/17--14:16: My Name Is Kacper
  • lol


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  • 08/23/17--15:14: Tekken
  • (W.I.P) Accepting, any kind of help or suggestions

    About

    Tekken ( 鉄拳 ,traduced “Iron Fist”) is a franchise of fighting games created, developed, and published by Namco, in which a certain number of characters with different styles of fighting and experts in martial arts, fight Between them in The King of Iron Fist Tournament to be able to win the grand prize of said tournament.

    Gameplay

    The gameplay mostly consists in battles 1vs1, one feature of the game is that your character has the option of moving around all the combat zone in all directions, instead of only move foward and backwards like many fighting games, in battle the player must damage their opponent doing a different selection of attack, throws, combos, and special moves called rage and rage arts (depending the version of the game) to win the fight.

    History

    The first Tekken game was developed and published by Namco for the arcades in the year 1994 and a version for the PlayStation in 1995, being one of the first fighting games to use 3D animation (Virtua Figther being the first one).
    On August of the year 1995 Tekken 2 would be launched for the arcades first and the playstation version would be released in 1996.

    On March of 1997, Tekken 3 get released for the arcades and 1 year later in 1998 the version for the PlayStation would come out.
    On July of 2001 Tekken 4 would be launched as an arcade game and a Playstation 2 version would be released later in 2002.

    On 2004 Namco published Tekken 5 for the arcades and in 2005 for the PlayStation 2 and later on the same year an update called Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection was launched for arcades and a version for the PSP in July 2006.
    On November 26, 2007 Bandai Namco released Tekken 6 in Japanese arcades and a update called Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion later on, 1 year later the versions for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 were released on October 27, 2009 and for the PSP on November 24 of the same year.

    On March 2015 Bandai Namco Entertainment released Tekken 7 for the arcades in Japan and an updated arcade version called Tekken 7: Fated Retribution was released in Japan in July 2016, the versions for Steam, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One would be released in June 2017.

    Fandom

    (W.I.P)

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – Tekken

    [2]Tekken wiki – Tekken

    [3]Facebook – TEKKEN

    [4]Twitter – @TEKKEN

    [5]Reddit – /r/Tekken/

    [6]YouTube – Tekkenchannel

    [7]TEKKENTEKKEN 7


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    About

    Skeet is the employee of the month at the McSpanky’s fast food restaurant. Skeet calls everyone, “dude,” and claims to be smart, but others see him as dim-witted. However, McSpankys came to life and tried to destroy every other food joint and Skeet ran away. When the resturant was shot at the sun, the Space Bandits found the place and turned it into a spaceship. Believing that Skeet was the one responsible for this awesome technology, they vowed to find him and exploit his great wisdom, which they never did, for some reason.

    History

    An Episode from “Jimmy Neutron” that was called Men at Work, it aired on Nickelodeon since the airdate “May 26, 2004”
    The Series of Jimmy Neutron was cancelled in 2006.

    Fandom

    Back in Oct 25, 2016. Saucy Postal Uploaded a video titled “It’s sodium chloride” The Video starts off when Jimmy was giving people to order the food, the video has a freeze frame that was edited to zoom in

    SynthCool uploaded a video about the Anime Character when he starts off making a video about Skeet
    and he made a theme song about McSpanky’s, but now FishyLemon878 uploaded an Ear Rape version of the Music



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    About

    “Nigga Nigga Nigga” is a rap song made by a parody rap group known as Gangsta Rap. The song is known for its excessive use of the word “nigga.”

    Origin

    The song originates from a 2007 mockumentary film called “Gangsta Rap: The Glockumentary.” It follows the music group “Gangsta Rap” (a parody of N.W.A.) as they attempt to make there comeback by releasing their new album “Full Clip,” with “Nigga Nigga Nigga” (shown below) being the last song on the album.



    [Intro: Murder Mike and (Du-Rag)]
    (Yeah, mother fucker)
    Sup nigga
    (Gangsta Rap, nigga!)
    Nigga

    [Verse 1]

    [Call: Du-Rag]
    Nigga (x7), I’m 100% nigga

    [Response: Murder Mike]
    Nigga (x7), I’m 200% nigga
    Nigga (x7), why do police hate niggas?
    Nigga (x7), they hate us cause our dicks is bigga
    Nigga (x7), why you call yourself a nigga?
    Nigga (x7), cause im a mother fucking nigga!
    Nigga (x7), why you drink so much beer?
    Nigga (x7), I dont drink beer, I drink malt liquor

    [Refrain]
    Cause I’m a nigga!
    Im a motherfuckin nigga man, I ain’t all that african american shit
    Fuck that im a nigga, I ain’t mixed, I’m a nigga
    N-I-G-G-A, nigga, you already know

    [Verse 2]
    Nigga (x7), why you eat so much chicken?
    Nigga (x7), why won’t you make it in my kitchen?
    Nigga (x7), why you call them hoes bitches?
    Nigga (x7), cause them hoes is bitches!
    Nigga (x7), why you stay in the hood?
    Nigga (x7), cause I dont like livin by peckerwoods
    Nigga (x7), why you ain’t got no job?
    Nigga (x7), seven dollars an hour won’t feed me dog
    Nigga (x7), why yo pants gotta sag?
    Nigga (x7), cause hand-me-downs downs is all a nigga has!
    Nigga (x7), why you scared to go to court?
    Shit, cause the judge look just like that put our ass on the boat and made me a nigga

    [Refrain]
    Mama Rag is a nigga
    Durag is a nigga
    Ballstics is a nigga
    And I’m Uretha’s nigga
    Nigga![1][2]

    Spread

    On Janurary 29, 2011, the YouTuber klyzn[3] uploaded a YouTube Poop where the Spongebob Squarepants character Gary the snail sings the song “Nigga Nigga Nigga.”



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Genius.com – Lyrics

    [2]LyricWiki – Lyrics

    [3]Youtube – klyzn


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  • 08/23/17--19:05: Double D's Facts Book
  • Double D’s Facts Book is an exploitable image in which the character Edd (a.k.a. Double D) from the Cartoon Network series Edd, Ed n Eddy.
    The image consists of two vertical panels, the first one showing the character Edd holding a red book titled ‘Facts’, and the second panel, showing the open book, exposing it’s contents. Some variants alter the book title as well.

    Search Interest

    Editor: This meme appears to be extremely recent, but I have seen it pop several times in facebook in the last couple days, I am quite busy right now, so I could use a hand here.


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    About

    “Claims to be Pro-Life, Dies Anyways” is an image macro of former Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia with captioned text reading “Claims to be Pro-Life, Dies Anyways”. The joke is that this two lines, based solely on the actual words, and not their actual contextual meaning, seem to be a contradiction.

    Origin
    Antonin Scalia was known as a very conservative Supreme Court Justice, and unexpectedly passed away in 2016.

    Spread

    Various Examples

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  • 08/21/17--12:07: Open for a Surprise
  • About

    “Open for a Surprise” is an interactive game on Twitter in which the participant shares a large-scale, portrait-oriented photograph on the social media platform, with a hidden subject or object that is only visible upon enlarging the image in full-scale by clicking the preview thumbnail. Since rising to popularity in mid-August 2017, the game has been mostly be used to reveal cute animals, although it has also been used to showcase other humorous, surprising or offensive photos.

    Origin

    The earliest example of the “Open for a Surprise” game being played on Twitter[1] occurred on September 18th, 2014. Twitter user @livschnittker posted an all blue picture that, when you clicked to enlarge the photo, revealed a disgusted face. However, the post (shown below, opened on the right) received two retweets and 16 likes.



    Click the thumbnail to see the image in full-dimension

    Precursor

    Prior to the above post, the phrase “Open for a Surprise” had been used on Twitter for a number of posts, including links and videos. On April 4th, 2010, the Twitter account @openforsurprise[2] joined the site. However, they did not start posting pictures in this type of way. Originally, the account links to Instagram and YouTube accounts. As of August 2017, the account has acquired more than 163,000 followers.

    There are other examples of similar types of were played online, such as When You See It.

    Spread

    On July 29h, 2017, Twitter[3] user @david8hughes posted the first “open for a surprise” to gain traction online. Posting a picture of a clear sky, the user posted it with the caption “open for a surprise,” revealing the banner that reads “Kill Yourself.” The post (shown below) received more than 400 retweets and 1,200 likes.



    Click the thumbnail to see the image in full-dimension

    A little over a week later, @openforsurprise began posting images in this manner. Much like the above example, the account collected photos of images that would remain hidden until the image is clicked and expanded (examples below).



    On August 10th, Twitter[4] account @SurpriseltsA began posting these type of tweets exclusively. While the account had been started in December 2015, this is their first available post. These posts almost exclusively reveal a dog in the expanded photo. The tweet (shown below) received more than 2,800 retweets and 4,100 likes.



    Click the thumbnail to see the image in full-dimension

    On August 16th, Twitter[5] user @ MorgansMumbles posted a version that revealed a dog resting its head on another dog’s head. The post (shown below) received more than 119,000 retweets and 260,000 likes.



    Click the thumbnail to see the image in full-dimension

    Various Examples



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  • 08/24/17--08:34: Clout
  • About

    Clout is an English-language word used to describe someone’s ability to influence their community or the world at large.

    Origin

    According to Dictionary.com,[1]“clout” is a derivative of the Middle English word “clūt,” meaning a worthless piece of cloth, which originated before 900 A.D. During the 1960s, journalist Mike Royko began using the word to describe influential politicians, business and community leaders.

    Spread

    On June 7th, 1973, Royko published an article entitled “What `Clout’ Is And Isn’t” in the Chicago Tribune.[2] The article breaks down the widely misused forms of the word, claiming it for the city of Chicago and its local politics.

    More than 30 years later, on June 12th, 2009, Urban Dictionary[3] user Jaded1 defined the word as, “Influence or power in political and community circles. Originally popularized by Chicago journalist Mike Royko to describe local movers and shakers when Richard J. Daley was mayor in the Sixties and early Seventies. Usage spread nationally.” The post (shown below) received more than 286 points as of August 2017.



    In 2008, Klout,[4] the social media aggregator, which calculates a user’s influencing power on between their various social media accounts, launched. The site grades the user’s ability to use social media, delivering them a quantified score based on likes, shares, reactions, etc.

    On June 21st, 2017, YouTuber[5]sethical posted a video entitled “No Clout.” The video (shown below) received more than 1.5 million views in two months.

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Dictionary – Clout

    [2]Chicago Tribune – What `Clout’ Is And Isn’t

    [3]Urban Dictionary – Clout

    [4]Wikipedia – Klout

    [5]YouTube – No Clout


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  • 08/24/17--08:59: Internet Historian
  • About

    Internet Historian is a YouTuber who creates and narrates educational videos explaining various events in internet history, which typically use photographs of Hide the Pain Harold to represent the host of the episodes.

    Online History

    On January 9th, 2017, Internet Historian uploaded the channel’s first video to YouTube, which discussed the 4chan prank involving attempts to preorder the video game Battletoads from the retailer Gamestop (shown below, left). Within seven months, the video received upwards of 600,000 views and 660 comments. On January 20th, the channel released a video on the 2014 4chan raids on Tumblr, which received more than 1.3 million views and 3,000 comments over the next seven months (shown below, right).



    On February 5th, the first in several videos documenting Shia LaBeouf’s “He Will Not Divide Us” art project was uploaded to the channel (shown below, left). On February 22nd, a mini documentary on the Tumblr Dashcon convention was released (shown below, right). Within six months, the videos gained over 1.2 million and 1.7 million views respectively.



    On April 19th, Internet Historian released a parody of the television series Unsolved Mysteries investigating the 2009 “Balloon Boy” incident (shown below, left). On June 7th, a video about the man responsible for creating the Leeroy JenkinsWorld of Warcraft meme was released on the channel (shown below, right).



    Online Presence

    In January 2017, Internet Historian created the @NetHistorian[3]Twitter feed, which gathered upwards of 9,100 followers over the next seven months. On February 27th, the /r/InternetHistorian[4] subreddit was created for discussions about the YouTube channel. As of August 2017, Internet Historian’s Patreon page has accumulated more than 275 patrons.

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]YouTube – “Internet Historian”:

    [2]Patreon – Internet Historian Is Creating Videos

    [3]Twitter – @NetHistorian

    [4]Reddit – /r/InternetHistorian/


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  • 08/24/17--09:55: Big Ounce
  • About

    Big Ounce refers to a series of image macros that feature an African American man with the caption “Big Ounce Professional Street Nigga.” Online, the image has been captioned to joke about how this is a person worthy of admiration. Additionally, some variations replace the image of the man with another, more absurd character.

    Origin

    On September 20th, 2013, Redditor[1] tillicum posted the original picture of Big Ounce in the /r/funny subreddit. Resembling a screenshot from a news interview, the character Big Ounce is seen looking directly at the camera with the caption “Big Ounce Professional Street Nigga.” They entitled the thread “What qualifications do you need to get this title? I’m thinking of applying for it.” The image (shown below) received more than 1,400 points (92% upvoted) and 50 comments.



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  • 08/24/17--10:17: SovietWomble
  • About

    SovietWomble is a British YouTuber widely known for his gaming/comedy content. He is most famous for his YouTube series “Random Bullshittery”, involving his clan, Zero Fucks (ZF) playing different games in each episode – most notably Counter Strike Global Offensive, Day Z and ARMA 3.[1]

    Online History

    SovietWomble’s channel was created on June 26, 2011. His first uploaded video was “Zuuzuu vs Rhyger chopper duel in Bad Company 2”, which as of August 2017 has over 71,000 views. The video featured two of his friends dualling helicopters in Battlefield Bad Company 2. During the first 2 years of the channel’s life, his channels content consisted solely of Battlefield 3 gameplay.


    The clan ZF (Zero Fucks) was created by SovietWomble and a number of his friends from DayZ. According to SovietWomble, “[ZF] are a bunch of close friends who hang out and we never do anything that resembles a proper clan”. Notable members that appear in a large number of his videos include Cyanide, Nep and Edburg.

    Random Bullshittery

    On August 11th 2013, SovietWomble released the video “Random DayZ bullshittery”, which as of August 2017 has over 2 Million views. This video was the first of what would become SovietWomble’s random bullshittery series, involving him and ZF clan. The most recurring games in his series are DayZ (with 14 parts), Counter Strike Global Offensive andARMA 3 (both with 8 parts). A large amount of other games have been played as one offs such as Left 4 Dead, SWAT 4 and Grand Theft Auto 5. His most viewed video is Random CSGO Bullshittery part 6, which as of August 2017 has over 9.5 Million views.


    Other Online Presence

    The r/SovietWomble subreddit was created on December 25 2014, and amassed over 30,000 subscribers in almost 3 years. SovietWomble also has a Twitch account were some recordings for Random Bullshittery videos are occasionally streamed. As of August 2017 the channel has over 560,000 followers.[2][3]

    Personal Life

    SovietWomble has yet to disclose his real name. He is 31 years old and lives in Brighton & Hove, England.[4]

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  • 08/24/17--10:49: Razor Sharp
  • Razor Sharp is a meme based around the song of the same name by Danish-Norwegian duo Pegboard Nerds and Canadian artist Tristam.

    Origin

    In May of 2013, Canadian electronic label Monstercat released the track Razor Sharp as one of the tracks from the thirteenth album Awakening. The track currently sits at over 22 million views with over 284 thousand likes.

    Starting in April of 2015, animator NeonWolfArtist uploaded a video to YouTube that depicted a dog character doing various poses in time with the song, with the background shifting at certain intervals. The video sits at over 86 thousand views as of 2017.

    Spread

    Soon after NeonWolfArtist’s video, many other animators went on to create similar videos with their own characters. Certain animators tend to get creative and experiment different poses on their characters.


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  • 08/24/17--11:15: Post Malone
  • About

    Post Malone, born Austin Richard Post is an American singer, rapper, and record producer. The singer became recognized after the release of his song White Iversion in February 2015. On December 9th, 2016, the singer released his debut album Stony, which included features from Justin Bieber, Kehlani, Quavo and 2 Chainz.

    Online History

    Post Malone is known to be friends with Ethan from H3H3 productions and has been featured in both podcasts and videos from their youtube channel.

    On January 29th, 2017, H3H3Productions uploaded their first video featuring Post Malone, titled “Making Music with Post Malone” as of August 2017, the video has reached over 5 million views. In the video, Post Malone declared his love of memes. H3H3Productions has since released multiple videos, vlogs and podcasts with the singer.

    On Jul 22, 2017, H3H3Productions accused Jake Paul of doxxing Post Malon by revealing his address in a youtube video. The video reached over 6 million views in just one month.

    Related Memes

    People photoshop Post Malon’s face onto various objects in order to make puns involving the singer’s name.

    Notable Examples


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  • 08/24/17--11:56: Fellas, Is It Gay
  • About

    Fellas, is it gay refers to a series of parody tweets that mock the idea of fragile masculinity and homophobia in which users ask if non-sexual or homoerotic things make one a homosexual.

    Origin

    The earliest known instance of someone on Twitter posting “Fellas, is it gay?” occured on May 20th, 2009 by Twitter[1] user @BricksDF. That day, they tweeted (shown below), “Fellas it is considered gay if your in a public restroom and its open urinals but yo ass gets right next to a twigga!! Move down! Lol.”



    Precursor

    Human beings questioning their sexuality is a common experience, as is the idea of mocking that experience, and predates Twitter. However, the earliest known instance of someone making this joke on Twitter happened May 11th, 2007. Twitter[2] user @baddie tweeted, “Is it gay to like One Tree Hill? Please say no.”



    Spread

    While “Fellas, is it gay” would be tweeted by numerous users over the next decade, it was not until August 2017 that the phrase became a viral phenomenon, reaching new levels of popularity after a tweet on August 10th, 2017. That tweet, Twitter[3] user @ilooklikelilbil tweeted “FELLAS: Is It Gay To Pray ? You’re Getting On Your Knees For Another Nigga ? 😳🤔” The post (shown below) received more than 4,000 retweets and 11,000 likes.



    On August 20th, Twitter[4] user @arizonablueme posted “fellas… is it gay to take out the trash? i mean men are trash so you basically taking out another man.” The tweet (shown below, left) received more than 61,000 retweets and 155,000 likes. Three days later, Twitter[5] user @datassque tweeted “fellas, is it gay to make money?? i mean youre just collecting pictures of other men 😳😳” The post (shown below, right) received more than 32,000 retweets and 96,000 likes.

    Several media outlets covered the popularity of the meme, including BuzzFeed] Mic and more.



    Various Examples




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  • 08/24/17--12:01: Gary's Song / Gary Come Home
  • Gary’s Song is a song featured in SpongeBob SquarePants preformed by Stew. It details how SpongeBob regrets neglecting Gary and longing for him to come back.

    Origin

    The song was written for the Season 4 episode Have You Seen This Snail?, that aired in 2005. It played during a montage of SpongeBob and Patrick finding Gary as the latter is being taken care of by an elderly woman. One of the first known uploads of the song was in 2009, where the full length song was uploaded with a promotional image for the episode. As of 2017, the video sits at over 8,000 views.

    Spread

    Starting in 2016, videos began circulating YouTube of clips of usually bad things happening with the song blaring in the background (this causes it to be similar to The Best Day Ever meme). A couple of examples are a guy riding an ATV into a truck and a fish being tossed into a running blender in a kitchen.


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  • 08/24/17--14:02: cumulonimboi
  • Cumulonimboi is the meme name for a cloud; particularly one of the cumulonimbus variety. The name is often associated with deep fried images of various clouds used as parts of other memes.

    Cumulonimboi was born in the dark mind of Jackson during the 2017 Formula Sun Grand Prix and originally posted to several private slack channels. As one might imagine, clouds and solar powered race cars don’t get along very well, so the meme caught on quickly. The original usage was as part of a Who Would Win? meme: “Who would win? 1 Kilowatt per Square Meter or 1 lonely Cumulonimboi”. The joke (for those not part of the community) is based on how easily a singular cloud can shut down a whole fleet of cutting edge, hyper advanced rayce cars worth millions of dollars.

    After one particularly rainy day, the meme exploded and gained traction throughout the small but dedicated memedom of the international solar racing community. From there, it entered the redditsphere, featuring prominently on r/solarracing. To those on the inside, it seemed that the meme had reached its peak, but then a new opportunity came along that made the idea relevant to the entire North American Meme Family. The 2017 Solar Eclipse.

    What can reck your viewing of a once-in-a-lifetime event more easily than a wandering Cumulonimboi? Nothing. Just a few days before the event, the memes began flying. The humble Cumulonimboi quickly gained additional fame under other titles such as “Fluffy Boi” and “Poofy Boi”


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  • 08/24/17--14:31: Yeah, I've Got Time
  • About

    Yeah, I’ve Got Time is an exploitable image macro series featuring a screen captured image of the character Mr. Incredible from the 2004 computer animated comedy film The Incredibles driving in a car with the caption “Yeah, I’ve Got Time.” The series bears many similarities to “This Is Where the Fun Begins”.

    Origin

    In the film The Incredibles, the character Mr. Incredible intercepts a police bulletin while on his way to a formal event, saying to himself “Yeah, I’ve got time” (shown below).



    Spread

    On August 23rd, Redditor Phant0m_99 posted a screen capture from the scene with the caption “When you’re a mod running late to work but your mod friend dropped the soap in the shower” to /r/dankmemes[3] (shown below, left). Meanwhile, Redditor Theboss12312 posted a Bionicle-themed variation of the image macro (shown below, right).



    On August 24th, Redditor OPDidntDeliver submitted an edit of the image in which Mr. Incredible says “Yeah, I’ve got thyme” to /r/dankmemes[1] (shown below, left). Meanwhile, Redditor Al_Emadi posted an anti-meme version with the caption “When you’ve got time” to /r/dankmemes[2] (shown below, right).



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    Not available.

    External References

    [1]Reddit – Mr. Incredible

    [2]Reddit – Bime

    [3]Reddit – Where is my super succ


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