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  • 08/24/17--15:18: Homer Simpson Lamb Push
  • About

    Homer Simpson Lamb Push refers to a scene from the American animated television series The Simpsons in which Homer Simpson pushes a lamb aside in order to view a cuter lamb. Animated gifs of the scene are used online to illustrate preference of one thing over another, usually similar, thing.

    Origin

    The scene originated from the episode Lisa the Vegetarian which first aired on October 15, 1995.[1] In the opening scene, the family visits a petting zoo and see a cute lamb. Another, less cute, lamb walks in from of it and homer shoves the less attractive lamb out of the way so the family can continue to observe the cuter lamb.

    Spread

    On Sepember 20, 2013 The Simpsons Wiki user Carwyn The Hollie Lover posted an animated gif of the scene on The Simpsons Wiki.[2] Two months later on November 5, 2013 Dota2.com developer forum member SaurX used the gif in a reply to fellow user Sigma.[3]

    Various Examples





    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – Lisa the Vegetarian

    [2]The Simpsons Wiki – Best-simpsons-gifs-sheep.gif

    [3]Dota2.com Developer Forums – Patch Anticipation Thread


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  • 08/24/17--15:42: Knuckles Oh No
  • oh no


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  • 08/23/17--15:14: Tekken
  • About

    Tekken ( 鉄拳 ,traduced “Iron Fist”) refers a series fighting video games created, developed, and published by Namco. The game centers around a host of characters, each with different fighting styles and experties, engaging in The King of Iron Fist Tournament.

    Gameplay

    The gameplay mostly consists in one-on-one matches. However, unlike other games, Tekken allows your character to move in all areas of the combat zone, rather than just moving forward and backwards.

    History

    On December 9th, 1994, Namco released the first Tekken arcade system and on PlayStation the following year. It was one of the first fighting games to use 3D animation after Virtua Figther. [1]

    On August 3rd, 1995 Tekken 2 launched on arcades first, followed by PlayStation in 1996.





    On March 20th, 1997, Tekken 3 was released on arcades and on PlayStation the following year. The game was a massive success, becoming the second best selling fighting game of all time.

    It would be several years before the next one. On July 2001, Namco released Tekken 4 on arcades.



    In 2004, Namco released Tekken 5 for the arcade and PlayStation 2 the next year. That year, an update called Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection was launched for arcades and a version for the PSP in July 2006.

    On November 26th, 2007, Bandai Namco released Tekken 6 in Japanese arcades and an update called Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion. The following year, versions for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 were released on October 27th, 2009 and for the PSP on November 24th of the same year.



    In March 2015, Bandai Namco Entertainment released Tekken 7 for the arcades in Japan and an updated arcade version called Tekken 7: Fated Retribution came out in Japan the following year. Versions for Steam, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One would be released in June 2017.



    Reception

    While the first Tekken game received moderately positive reviews, two and three were widley regarded as successes. Tekken 3 has been considered not just one of the greatest fighting games of all time, but one of the greatest video games of all time. The review aggregate site Metacritic[9] gave it 96% positive score.

    Fandom

    On December 9th, 2010, Redditor[5] tieTYT launched the /r/Tekken subreddit, a place where Tekken fans could share art, news, memes, etc.

    On May 27th, 2016, the official @TEKKEN Twitter[4] account launched. As of August 2017, the account as more than 37,000 followers.

    On October 6th, 2016, the official Tekken Facebook[3] account launched. As of August 2017, the page has more than 3 million follows and 3 millions likes.

    Fan Art



    Cosplay



    Recepton

    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

    [8]Crave Online – Top 5 Most Popular Fighting Games Ever

    [9]Metacritic – Tekken 3


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    Can You Feel It? is a song by Donghae & Eunhyuk, a subgroup of Korean boy band Super Junior. It became involved in a meme that usually features characters doing a dance to the song.

    Origin

    The song was first released on the duo’s debut EP, The Beat Goes On, in March 2015. Not long after, SM Entertainment’s YouTube channel uploaded footage of various Korean people dancing to the song. As of 2017, the video sits at over 7 million views.

    The meme started a month later when animator Husky Cinnamon uploaded an animation that depicted a wolf character doing a dance to the song, with movements timed to the music. It sits at over 147 thousand views as of 2017.

    Spread

    Afterwards, various other versions have surfaced, usually with an animator’s character performing their own, unique dance that still fits the song’s tempo.

    Often, the meme misinterprets the lyrics of the chorus. The original Korean phrase is “chogi chogi”, while in the meme it’s either “choki choki” or “chok chok”.


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  • 08/25/17--07:41: My Mom Made This Meme
  • About

    My Mom Made This Meme refers to a popular tweet in which a Twitter user shared an image macro made by the user’s mother, as well as their text conversation. The tweet went viral, appearing on numerous media outlets.

    Origin

    On August 21st, 2017, Twitter[1] user @Junglefushimi tweeted “My mom made this meme don’t let her down.” Along with this caption, she posted the meme, an image macro of the superhero Cyclops from the X-Men film series, who is known for wearing sunglasses that keep his powerful laser-sight vision contained. The picture is captioned “When you wear special glasses to protect the Eclipse from your eyes,” referencing the frequent warnings to not stare at the sun during the 2017 solar eclipse. Next to the picture is a text conversation between the Twitter user and her mother, in which the mother takes credit for the meme and says, “Hope it goes viral even though I didn’t put my name on it lol.” The tweet (shown below) received more than 92,000 retweets and 211,000 likes within four days.



    Spread

    The following day, @Junglefushimi tweeted[2]“Update: I let my mom know what you all think and she is very pleased and has also decided she wants to be known as ‘memer mom.’” In addition, she posted a screenshot of their text conversation with her mother, expressing her surprise at the popularity of the meme. The post (shown below) received more than 1,000 retweets and 7,500 likes in three days.



    The tweets became very popular on Twitter. Several media outlets covered the tweets Mashable,[3]BuzzFeed] Elite Daily,[5] Refinery29[6] and more.

    On August 24th, Redditor[7] Theboss12312 tweeted a parody, replacing the picture of Cyclops with an image of Patrick from SpongeBob SquarePants eating and the caption “When my autistic son finds out we’re having chicken for dinner.” The post (shown below) received more than 1,400 points (94% upvotes).



    Search Interest

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  • 08/25/17--09:57: Jon and Daenerys Shipping
  • About

    Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryan Shipping refers to fan speculation, theories and fan-fiction centered on the romantic relationship, known as shipping between the Game of Thrones characters Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryan.

    Origin

    While speculation about the two characters could date back as far as the book A Song of Fire and Ice’s publication, when they were introduced, the earliest mention of their relationship online occured on May 7th, 2011. Game of Thones fan site Westeros.org[1] user CornCornSnow posted in the message board “Would Daenerys find John Snow attractive?” The post (shown below) received more than 390 comments.



    “Hi all,

    Longtime GRRM fan, rekindled by the HBO series and the impending release of ADWD. Love the site.

    I see a lot of posts where people predict Daenerys ending up with Jon Snow. My question: assuming R + L = J, why would Daenerys want to be with Jon Snow? I think she’s beyond duty already (i.e. the duty to marry another Targ), and I think she will stay unconventional as the story progresses.

    Her first love was the barbaric horselord Drogo, and now she is attracted to the gaudy blue-and-gold Daario Naharis.

    What makes anyone think she would go for a boring, adolescent Jon Snow? Or any Westerosi for that matter? Her taste in men seems decidedly Eastern."

    Spread

    On June 22, 2011, YouTuber[2] ladysnow1988 posted a fan-made music video of clips from the series entitled “Jon & Dany – On Course.” The post (shown below) received more than 122,000 views in six years.



    On February 5th, 2016, Instagram[10] @peggysirota posted an image of the actors Kit Harrington and Emilia Clarke, who portray Jon Snow and Daenerys, respectively, kissing. She captioned the photo “This moment was unforgettable. It was a small crew on that day, just a few of us out in the field. The chemistry between these four was huge, as you can see… I asked them to kiss, I suppose love was in the air, & I was just lucky enough to be there. 💋💨” The post (shown below) received more than 7,800 likes in a year and a half.



    On July 28th, MTV[3] published an article entitled “WILLDAENERYSMARRYJONSNOW? AND 12 MOREGAME OF THRONESQUESTIONS.” The article asserts the theory that Daenerys and Jon Snow will come together as a means of perserving the Targeryan bloodline. The write:

    “Targaryens were known for inbreeding. They wanted to keep their bloodlines pure. However, this had some unforeseen consequences, including madness. Since Daenerys seems to have marriage on her mind after ditching Daario in Meereen, it could make sense for her to align herself with the King in the North to defeat the Lannisters once and for all. (Although, it’s not like the Lannisters have any allies left at this point. Walder Frey’s death will surely be blamed on Jaime.)”

    Interest in their relationship piqued in summer 2017, when the television series featured their meeting. On July 30th, the culture magazine Vulture[5] published the article “Is It Gross to Ship Daenerys and Jon Snow?” The article brings up a common criticism of their shipping, the fact that Daenerys and Jon Snow are related.

    On Twitter] users began posting images of them together, along with theories and comments about how they will become romantically involved. On July 31st, 2017, Twitter user @SohaniTT posted a series of pictures of them together from the season seven episode “The Queen’s Justice.” She tweet (shown below), “What Daenerys said: ‘You better get to work Jon Snow’ What I heard: ‘KISS ME ALREADY!!💋’”



    Following the season seven episode, “Beyond the Wall” in which Daenerys and Jon Snow share an emotional moment, even more speculation spurred. People on Twitter began tweeting their excitement about their relationship (examples below).

    Several media outlets covered the popularity of the fan theory, including MTV,[6] Heavy,[7] Bustle,[8]TIME magazine[9] and more.



    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 08/25/17--09:59: The 45
  • About

    The 45 is a nickname given to President Donald Trump by his critics as a way to refer to him and the administration without invoking his actual name. The number 45 signifies the ordinal number of Donald Trump’s presidency in counting order since the establishment of the office in 1789.

    Origin

    The association between the number 45 and Donald Trump was established shortly after his victory in the presidential election in November 2016. One of the earliest notable instances can be attributed to Trump himself, who was seen sporting a custom edition of his iconic Make America Great Again red baseball cap with “45” embroidered on the side while leaving his Florida resort on November 27th, 2016.



    However, the widespread usage of “45” as a pejorative nickname for President Trump was first introduced by American actor Laurence Fishburne during his guest appearance on Comedy Central’s The Daily Show With Trevor Noah on January 26th, 2017.




    Fishburne: We… we don’t need to spend any more time worrying about what 45 is doing, or what 45 and his administration is doing--

    Noah: Wait, that’s hilarious, you don’t call him by his name?

    Fishburne: 45.

    Spread

    The day after the airing of The Daily Show. Urban Dictionary HipWaldorf submitted an entry defining “45” as a pejorative alias used to refer to Donald Trump.



    On February 24th, 2017, Redditor EverySingleImage submitted a discussion thread to /r/EnoughTrumpSpam, urging people to stop calling Trump the “45” and arguing that using the shorthand more or less legitimizes his presidency. In the following months, a number of signs bearing the number 45 began appearing at major protests and rallies against the Trump administration.



    External References


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  • 08/25/17--10:05: Dobby Pussy Indulgence
  • About

    Dobby Pussy Indulgence refers to a CGI animated video of the elf Dobby from the Harry Potter franchise dancing in a circle to the 2016 reggaeton song “Traicionera” by Sebastián Yatra. On Tumblr, users often reference the video as a nonsequitur joke.

    Origin

    On May 8th, 2017, Tumblr user m86[3] uploaded a CGI video of the character Dobby dancing to the 2016 reggaeton song “Traicionera” by Sebastián Yatra (shown below). On May 10th, Tumblr user tripropellant reblogged the video along with the caption “Dobby Pussy Indulgence” Within three months, the post accumulated upwards of 68,000 notes.


    http://tripropellant.tumblr.com/post/160526435483/dobby-pussy-indulgence

    Spread

    On July 29th, 2017, Tumblr user wlworm posted an audio clip of a woman reading a passage about a pope demanding a “Dobby pussy indulgence” (shown below).


    https://wlworm.tumblr.com/post/163550078974/dobby-pussy-indulgence

    On August 18th, YouTuber The Bittercold uploaded a video slowly zooming in on Dobby’s face while a voice says “Dobby pussy indulgence” in the background (shown below).



    On August 20th, Twitter user @komadalings[2] tweeted “i dont know what ‘dobby pussy indulgence’ means but im begging yall to stop making me look at it.” On August 23rd, Tumblr user dronevariations[4] posted a “Distracted Boyfriend”: captioned with jokes about reblogging “Dobby pussy indulgence” (shown below). Within 48 hours, the post gained over 3,600 notes.



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Tumblr – tripropellant

    [2]Twitter – @komadalings

    [3]Tumblr –
    m86":http://m86.tumblr.com/post/160461111854/me-alone-in-my-bedroom-at-3am-on-a-tuesday

    [4]Tumblr – dronevariations


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    About

    Taylor Swift Reputation Cover Parodies refers to the album cover for the singers sixth album Reputation, set to be released November 10th, 2017. Newspaper headlines of Swift are superimposed over half of her face, which is a reference to the large amount media attention the singer receives. The album cover lead to parodies where Taylor Swift is photoshopped out and replaced with a different character or person. The cover also lead to jokes about the drama surrounding Swift.



    Origin

    On August 23rd, 2017, Taylor Swift dropped the album cover photo for her highly anticipated sixth album on Instagram[1]. The photo reached 2 million likes in just two days. The black and white photo features the album title Reputation and Swift seriously gazing to the camera, donning dark lips and a choker with her hair in curls and slicked back. The serious persona Swift portrays in the photo caused the internet to poke fun and parody the cover.

    Jason O. Gilbert[2] shared his thoughts on twitter by writing “Very excited for this [squints] straight-to-Hulu documentary about the sensational murder trial of a mysterious babysitter.” The tweet reached 14k likes and 3.5k retweets in just two days.



    Spread

    Fans, critics, and media outlets took to twitter to share their thoughts of the album cover. Parodies of the cover immediately popped up after its release on Swift’s Instagram[1].



    Various Examples.




    External References

    [1]Instagram – Taylor Swift

    [2]Twitter – Jason O Gilbert


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  • 08/25/17--11:50: Bielodesph
  • Bielodesph is a member of the Lapfox Trax / Halley Labs discord.
    They have opinions and a weird cat avatar, and a lot of persons love to use this cat avatar to make shitpost webcomics.

    Here’s the bielo meme.


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  • 08/25/17--12:17: Hey Sexy Send Me A Pic
  • About

    Hey Sexy Send Me A Pic refers to a series of exploitable images based on a Facebook messenger conversation between a man asking a woman for a picture and receiving a humorous picture of himself in return.

    Origin

    On December 24th, 2014, Tumblr[1] user shejla24 posted an image of a Facebook chat conversaton between a man and another. The man says to the recipient, “Hey sexy…send me a pic of you.” The recipient sends a photoshopped version of the man’s profile picture with long hair and make up. The man responds, “Why did you put hair and make-up over my photo? I don’t want to talk to you anymore.” As of August 2017, the post (shown below) received more than 580,000 notes.



    Spread

    Seven months later, on July 28th, 2015, the Facebook[2] account GerbilMemes posted a variation, replacing the image of man with a picture of a capybara. The post (shown below, left) received more than 94 reactions within two years.

    The following month, Facebook[4] user Garlicbreadmemes posted a variation with a banana and banana bread instead of the photoshop of the man’s face. The post (shown below, center) received more than 400 reactions and 35 shares.

    The following year, on August 15th, the Facebook[3] account PetruccisCake posted a variation that replaced all the images but left the dialogue. The post (shown below, right) received more than



    Various Examples




    Search Interest

    External References


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    On The Floor (or Dance The Night Away) is a meme based around the song of the same name by American performers Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull. It primarily features characters singing and dancing (or one of them) to the song.

    Origin

    The song itself was released as the first single to Lopez’s seventh album Love?, exactly two months before the album. The song is a EDM-influenced club track with a rap section from Pitbull. Upon release, the track did very well and became one of the highlights of Love?

    A music video was released in March that garnered a similar amount of acclaim as the song itself did. It currently sits at over a billion views as of 2017.

    The meme itself originated in early June 2011 when user icywintermints uploaded an animation that started with a still of her character as the song’s drop builds up. When it drops, the character starts dancing until the end. As of now, the video only sits at almost 500 views.

    Spread

    Shortly after icywintermints video, more versions began appearing. Certain animators do changes to the first part’s formula on times, such as actually singing the build-up section (hence “Dance The Night Away”), but having the characters dance is a component kept.


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  • 08/26/17--06:52: Tobey Screaming
  • Editor’s Note: This entry contains minor spoilers for the Need for Speed film

    About

    Tobey Screaming is a face made by Tobey Marshall in the 2014 film adaptation of the game franchise Need for Speed. It has become a popular reaction image on sites like Tumblr

    Origin

    Near the beginning of the film Tobey and his partner, Little Pete, tries to win a race to pay off a debit. Little Pete ends up being killed during the race. The face is his reaction to the crash.

    Spread

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – Need for Speed

    [1]MundaneWarrior.Blogspot – Need for Speed


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  • 08/26/17--10:46: Satania
  • About

    Satania (Full name: Satanichia Kurumizawa McDowell) is a character from the anime Gabriel DropOut. She is often shown as being abused by other characters from the show, and is often used in no bully posting

    Origin

    Spread

    Search Inquiry

    External References


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  • 08/26/17--13:07: Lucas Leber - Lucas Liver
  • That Luca has alcohol problems is basically common knowledge. That’s why some guys came up with the idea to make memes about it. The meme doesn’t stick to a certain format. The creator use whatever meme is popular at the moment and connect it with Luca’s alcohol problem and his dying liver.


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  • 08/26/17--15:30: wow balta! Looking good!
  • “wow balta! Looking good!” was originally a tweet towards @BaltaGarciaN from @ZoraSmash on twitter. Balta made a tweet with two pictures of himself attached, and ZoraSmash responded with “wow balta! Looking good!”. Zora proceeded to respond to several of Balta’s tweets with the thing; “wow balta! Looking good!”. By the next day, several people were tweeting at Balta with “wow balta! Looking good!”.


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    Splat Tim & Knuckles RELOADED is a game for the Nintendo switch. It’s exactly what it sounds like, but with knuckles and other content. But you should totally buy it.


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  • 08/27/17--08:46: Splat Tim Dating Sim
  • In this game, you play As Splat Tim trying to get the girls. The war is over, so why not do stupid crap? Danger is coming, so bee prepared for the bee movie.


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  • 08/27/17--19:49: Post Patrone
  • Post Patrone


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