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  • 08/29/17--10:57: Le'veon La Vida Loca
  • Le’veon La Vida Loca


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    About

    Insecurity / Anxiety Text Messages refers to an exploitable image of an iPhone screen of a person who has received texts from manifestations of their insecurity, anxiety, and a third party, which is changed in the exploitables to be something humorous.

    Origin

    On May 12th, 2017, Instagram user thebadguy_isback[1] posted the original image. The text from “Insecurity” reads “I will always be a part of you and I never plan on leaving.” “Anxiety” reads “I wonder what we can make go wrong today.” The third text message is from “Depresion,” and reads “I’m going to get inside your head. Even your medicine won’t control me.” The image gained over 18,000 likes (shown below).

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    [1]Instagram – thebadguy_isback


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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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  • 08/29/17--13:12: Harvey the Hurricane Hawk
  • About

    Harvey the Hurricane Hawk is the nickname given to a Cooper’s hawk that flew into Houston cab driver Willam Bruso’s car during the approach of Hurricane Harvey along the coastline of Texas in late August 2017. After Confederate flags were spotted in the background of videos uploaded Bruso, many online labeled him a Milkshake Duck.

    Origin

    On August 25th, 2017, Houston cab driver William Bruso uploaded a YouTube video of a Cooper’s hawk in the passenger seat of his taxi, speculating that the bird was seeking refuge from the hurricane (shown below).



    Spread

    Over the next 24 hours, Bruso uploaded several update videos to YouTube about the status of the bird, nicknaming him “Harvey the Hurricane Hawk” (shown below). The following day, Bruso handed the hawk over to the TWRC Wildlife Center (shown below, right).



    On August 27th, the TWRC Wildlife Center uploaded a video revealing that Harvey had suffered a broken wing preventing him from flying and asked for donations to help the center care for various animals during the storm (shown below).



    Confederate Flag Controversy

    In the comments of Bruso’s 5th update video, many YouTubers pointing out several Confederate flags in the background. In a thread posted to NeoGAF on August 27th, many users began referring to Bruso as a “Milkshake Duck”.



    That day, the conservative news site The Daily Wire published an article titled “Internet Leftists Destroy Touching Hurricane Hawk Story Over Rescuer’s Confederate Flag.”

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  • 08/29/17--15:42: Paul Zante
  • Donald Love and Billy Jones admirer Paul David Zante Sanderson goes on holiday to the beautiful Greek island of Zakynthos every year and is extremely humble about it. We love how he doesn’t rub the fact that he goes on holiday to such a marvellous island and #respects the poor.


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  • 08/29/17--16:24: Dirty Potter
  • About

    Dirty Potter is a series of audio-based YouTube Poops created by Marley Feck (who remained anonymous until relatively recently) and consisting of the voice of British celebrity personality Jim Dale, as heard in the Harry Potter audiobooks (and later, other sources narrated by Dale as well), extensively edited and otherwise manipulated to say all manner of outrageously obscene and utterly offensive things, mainly graphic accounts of the Harry Potter cast and other characters continually engaging in sexually deviant activities.

    History

    The series consists of the original Dirty Potter trilogy (the first of which is named after and repeatedly references the “Snape kills Dumbledore” meme), followed by the one-shot “Dirty Peter Pan and the Long, Black Penis of Evil”, then the “Dirty the Pooh” trilogy, which culminates in the titular character unleashing a horrific Satanic apocalypse, and finally the second official Harry Potter-based trilogy, “Fuckbeak and Friends”. All installments of the series have met with highly positive audience reception, and are considered by many to represent some of the finest work in the entirety of the YTP genre despite being largely limited to the auditory realm and lacking visuals.

    The original idea for editing the Harry Potter audiobooks came from the unintentional innuendo of the following line from the fifth book, Harry Potter and The Order of the Phoenix:

    “’We’re not going to use magic?’ Ron ejaculated loudly.”

    The Dirty Potter series is extensively documented on TV Tropes.


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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

    Satania appears in the first episode of Gabriel Dropout,[1] which aired January 9th, 2017[2] (clip from the first episode shown below).



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  • 08/29/17--22:49: MOVIEFREE_
  • MOVIEFREE_ is an account that was created on Twitter for the soul purpose of talking about downloading free movies in all caps and exclamation points. Their images resemble Nintendo’s mascot Mario but appears to be colored purple and green. They hate people who decide to pay for movies. The Twitter account currently has 1.2 thousand followers. Many alternatives of the account also exist on Twitter.


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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

    Satania appears in the first episode of Gabriel Dropout,[1] which aired January 9th, 2017[2] (clip from the first episode shown below).



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  • 08/30/17--07:54: All I Want To Do Is #MAGA
  • About

    All I Want To Do Is #MAGA refers to jokes about a tweet sent out by Donald Trump complaining about how he believes he is unfairly covered by the media when all he wants to do is “#MAGA”, the hashtag for his campaign slogan, Make America Great Again. The phrasing of the sentence led people to joke about “All I Want To Do Is #MAGA” as if it were a lyric in a pop song.

    Origin

    On the morning of August 30th, 2017, Donald Trump tweeted:[1]

    After reading the false reporting and even ferocious anger in some dying magazines, it makes me wonder, WHY? All I want to do is #MAGA!

    The tweet came shortly after Trump faced criticism for his visit to Houston following Hurricane Harvey in which he did not see any victims of the hurricane. Less than two hours after the tweet was sent, it gained over 7,600 retweets and 28,000 likes (shown below).



    Spread

    Shortly after the tweet was sent, people began joking about it by placing the phrase “All I Want To Do is #MAGA” in lyrics to various popular songs, such as Sheryl Crow’s “All I Wanna Do Is Have Some Fun.” Seven minutes after the tweet was sent, blogger and author Drew Magary[2] quote-tweeted Trump’s tweet with a lyric from that song, gaining over 60 retweets and 360 likes (shown below, left). Journalist Dave Brown[3] tweeted the quote with the lyrics to “Rump Shaker” by WRECKX-N-EFFECT, gaining over 70 retweets and 230 retweets (shown below, right). The Wrap[4] covered the presence of the jokes later that morning.



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  • 08/30/17--09:09: How It Ought To Be
  • About

    How It Ought To Be refers to a series of image macros based on a tweet by conservative blogger Matt Walsh. In the original tweet, Walsh shared a picture from the Hurricane Harvey recovery effort of a man carrying a woman and child to safety with a caption that enforced and endorsed stereotypical gender roles while belittling the idea of studying gender. People responded to this by posting humorous images of one thing holding another and copying Walsh’s caption, similar to This Is The Future That Liberals Want.

    Origin

    On August 28th, 2017, Twitter[1] user @MattWalshBlog posted a picture of a man carrying a woman who was cradling a baby during Hurricane Harvey. He captioned the picture, “Woman cradles and protects child. Man carries and protects both. This is how it ought to be, despite what your gender studies professor says.” The post (shown below) received more than 7,600 retweets and 20,000 likes in two days.



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  • 08/30/17--09:36: Noise Level Charts
  • About

    Decibel Level Charts, also known as Noise Level Charts, is a series of exploitable graphs showing the relative decibel levels of various common sounds, typically ending with a hyperbolic example at the end of the scale representing something perceived by the creator as very loud.

    Origin

    On June 19th, 2016, Redditor vanjavk submitted a chart titled “Decibel Scale (dBA)” with “Civilization V opening theme” and “Dark Souls 2 grass” listed above a jet takeoff in noise production (shown below). Prior to being archived, the post received more than 14,100 points (87% upvoted) and 800 comments on /r/pcmasterrace.[6]



    Spread

    On February 21st, 2017, the Irreverent Italian Memes Facebook[5] page posted a “Decibel (dB) Range Chart,” which ranked “Italian conversation” as the highest dB above “Gunshot, Metal concert” (shown below, left). Within six months, the post gathered upwards of 11,000 reactions, 5,000 shares and 1,200 comments. On May 25th, Redditor whatagaein7 submitted a photoshopped chart representing “a shampoo bottle falling off the ledge in the shower” as a higher decibel level than a “jet take-off” (shown below, right). Within three months, the post received more than 2,000 points (96% upvoted) on /r/me_irl.[2]



    On August 30th, Redditor Davethemann submitted an edited version of a decibel level chart from the infographic database Chart Valley[1] ending with “two black chicks” at the far end of the scale (shown below, left). Within 14 hours, the post gained over 11,900 points (81% upvoted) and 220 comments on /r/dankmemes.[3] That day, Redditor BattleCat13 submitted a variation with Chanty Binx at the end of the scale labelled as “a feminist” (shown below, right).[4]



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    The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! was a sitcom starring Lou Albano and Danny Wells as Mario and Luigi from the Super Mario BrothersNintendo franchise. After opening live-action segments, the characters would go to the Mushroom Kingdom in animated segments. After a brief run in 1989, the show has survived in online notoriety through a variety of memes.

    History and Format

    The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! aired from September 4th, 1989-December 1st, 1989, lasting one season.[1] The series was conceived by Andy Heyward of DiC entertainment. Each episode would open and close with Albano and Wells playing live-action versions of Mario and Luigi as Italian-born plumbers living in Brooklyn, New York. There, they would often be visited by high-profile guest stars such as Cyndi Lauper and Roddy Piper. Then, an animated short featuring Mario, Luigi, Toad, and Princess Peach defending the Mushroom Kingdom from King Koopa would air. These segments were supposed to canonically be series where the live-action Mario and Luigi were sucked through a magic drain pipe. These segments aired Monday through Thursday. On Friday, the animated short was an episode of The Legend of Zelda TV series. The show ran for a total of 65 episodes.

    Reception

    The show was poorly received. Mike Hughes of USA Today wrote:

    “’The Super Mario Brothers Super Show’ emerges as a surprising disappointment. This has the same producers as “Captain N” and the same basis – Nintendo video games. Yet it has little of the wit and spark; there are live-action bits surrounding the cartoons, but they merely remind us of why slapstick comedy is no longer an American artform."

    Revisionist critics did not receive it much better, despite the show’s cult status. IGN[2] writer Mark Bozon wrote:

    “…the Super Mario Bros. television show has simply got to go down as the biggest offender among Nintendo’s many embarrassing moments… Looking back, however, the shows are amazingly corny and offer little to no appeal to anyone aside from the masochistic TV obsessives.”

    Commonsensemedia[3] wrote it was a “frenetic” cult 80s favorite with “stereotypes that haven’t aged well,” giving it 1/5 stars.

    Online Presence

    Though the show does not have a social media presence, it has developed a small cult following. It has a rating of 6.3 on IMDb[4] from 2,379 voters. There is also a TV Tropes[5] page devoted to the show and several Wikis.[6][7]

    Related Memes

    Captain Lou Albano’s “Just Say No” PSA

    Captain Lou Albano’s “Just Say No” PSA is a 19-second Public Service Announcement featuring the then-professional wrestler Captain Lou Albano, who implores children not to use drugs. Online, the PSA has been edited and poked fun of for it’s darker tones. In the PSA, Lou Albano, wearing a partial Mario hat (in reference to his portrayal of the Nintendo character in The Super Mario Bros. Super Show!) intently tells kids not to use drugs. At the end of the speech, Albano states that, “…If you do drugs, you’ll go to hell before you die,” followed by a delayed, unsettling “Please.”



    Albano’s drug PSA had not gained much attention until Twitch streamer and YouTuber Joel of Vinesauce uploaded a small clip of him editing the letters within the PSA, during his “Drug Games” stream. Later on November 30, Youtuber JonTron uploaded a review featuring various drug PSA’s from the 1990’s, including Lou Albano’s PSA.



    Oh, Fuck You Luigi

    Oh, Fuck You Luigi is a misheard quote from Super Mario Bros. Super Show in which Mario says “Oh, thank you, Luigi,” but his inflection makes it sound like he is saying “Oh, fuck you Luigi.” The clip has become notable online and has grown into an interesting piece of trivia for fans, particularly the Let’s Play community. The episode featuring the quote in question, “Neatness Counts,” was the pilot episode of Super Mario Bros. Super Show. The line occurs almost immediately in the episode, after Luigi points out Mario has spaghetti on his overalls (shown below). The clip has been uploaded to YouTube several times; the video shown below, uploaded by Ville Mustonen, has over 226,000 views.



    The moment had been mentioned online sparingly. On September 19th, 2009, a post on Fluther.com inquired about the moment. It has also been included in the TV Tropes page about the show as an example of “Memetic Mutation.” On January 28th, 2015, Docmock97 of the JonTron subreddit posted the clip, mentioning Jafari had talked about the scene at a recent panel. On September 20th, 2016, Vinesauce Joel tweeted the scene, gaining over 100 retweets and 330 likes (shown below).



    On March 2nd, 2017, during an episode of “Oney Plays,” the Let’s Play channel of OneyNG, Oney, gamer DingDongVG, and Julian Marcel begin talking about the show. DingDongVG attempts to tell the group about the “Oh, fuck you Luigi” quote, to which the group is incredulous (shown below, left). The moment became popular in the Oney fandom and online as more people became aware of the clip. On April 17th, the channel uploaded an animation of the segment from their Let’s Play video by SuperProWaffles, gaining over 389,000 views (shown below, right).



    “Do The Mario” Parodies

    “Do The Mario” Parodies are various edits to the song’s closing theme, “Do the Mario,” which Albano sings to the tune of the classic Super Mario over world music (shown below).



    Remixes of the song have grown somewhat popular on YouTube. One of the most popular edits is a Word Replacement Remix edit by MG2.6K which adjusts the audio of the song to where Albano appears in the clip. The clip has gained over 86,000 views (shown below, left). Another popular clip from Vinesauce Vinny features him improvising lyrics over the clip, which grew popular in the Vinesauce fandom. The clip has over 420,000 views (shown below, right).



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  • 08/30/17--11:13: Old School Cool
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    Old School Cool is an internet slang term referring to pictures of people from the late 20th century that are particularly stylish by modern standards. The term was popularized by the subreddit /r/oldschoolcool before spreading to other parts of the internet.

    Origin

    On April 21st, 2012, Redditor Apaz created /r/oldschoolcool.[1] In the span of six months, the subreddit had grown to over 30,000 subscribers.[2] The subreddit’s description reads as such:

    History’s cool kids, looking fantastic!
    A pictorial and video celebration of history’s coolest kids, everything from beatniks to bikers, mods to rude boys, hippies to ravers. And everything in between.
    If you’ve found a photo, video, or photo essay of people from the past looking fantastic, here’s the place to share it.

    The subreddit also includes some rules. For example, all pictures posted must be over 25 years old, and the year or decade must be posted in the title of the post. All posts must feature a person. As of August 30th, the top post on the subreddit was posted on August 25th, 2017, and is titled “My Grandmother, a white Jewish woman, looked like Barack Obama in 1962.” The post has over 103,000 points (shown below).



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    On September 19th, 2014, Buzzfeed[3] published an article compiling pictures from the subreddit. On February 21st, 2017, Urban Dictionary[4] user Guitar_Guru uploaded a definition of “old school cool” to the website (shown below).



    On August 30th, 2017, a thread was posted to /r/OutOfTheLoop inquiring “Whats going on with /r/OldSchoolCool ?”[5] as apparently people had begun shitposting in the subreddit with video game and movie screenshots. The post gained over 130 points, but all offending posts in /r/oldschoolcool appear to have been deleted.

    Elsewhere Online

    The concept of “Old School Cool” has appeared in some other corners of the internet. Tumblr’s“Old School Cool” tag[6] features posts in a similar vein to that of the subreddit. On August 24th, 2017, All That Is Interesting[7] posted a gallery of photos compiled from Tumblr and /r/oldschoolcool. There are over 79,000 posts with the hashtag“#oldschoolcool” on Instagram as well.[8]

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  • 08/30/17--11:57: Naruto Run
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    Naruto Run refers to the unique running style of the protagonist Naruto Ozumaki in the Japanese anime series Naruto, where he is often depicted sprinting with his arms stretched behind him.

    Origin

    In the Naruto anime series, which premiered on October 3rd, 2002, Ozumaki is often shown running with his arms angled behind his body (shown below). On March 10th, 2008, a WikiHow page titled “How to Run Like Naruto” was created, which provides instructions for running in a similar fashion to the anime character.



    Spread

    On September 24th, 2014, the AppStoreVn YouTube channel uploaded a video titled “Naruto in Real Life,” in which a stuntman dressed as the character performs various parkour moves while running with arms outstretched behind him (shown below, right).



    On May 31st, 2016, YouTuber RealApollo uploaded a video of himself attempting to follow the WikiHow guide for running like Naruto (shown below, left). On July 11th, YouTuber Joe Inoue uploaded footage of a Naruto Run event held in Porto Alegre, Brazil (shown below, right).



    On August 27th, the ManimeTV YouTube channel uploaded a video titled “Does the Naruto Run Really Work?” On August 8th, 2017, a Facebook[2] page was created for a Naruto run event to be held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on September 10th. On August 25th, Kotaku[3] published an article reporting about various Naruto Run Facebook event pages from around the world.[4]



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  • 08/30/17--17:34: Nashville Statement
  • Overview

    The Nashville Statement is a manifesto on gender and sexuality signed by more than 150 conservative evangelical leaders in Nashville, Tennessee and released on August 29th, 2017.[1] The manifesto has drawn criticism online for various reasons.

    Background

    Notable Developments

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    On August 29th, 2017 Twitter user BoringDrew posted a Distracted Boyfriend meme referencing it (shown below). The tweet gathered over 55,000 retweets and 150,000 likes in a day.[2]




    The same day, a post was submitted to the subreddit OutOfTheLoop asking "What is the “Nashville Statement” people are talking about on Twitter?" It got a score of 47 with 84% upvoted, and the answer to it got a score of 39, in a day.[3]

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  • 08/30/17--17:53: Crashing Into The Jet Dryer
  • Def.A moment in a sporting even so insane you’ll never forget no matter how hard you try.
    Another Example Nipplegate
    “http://wasitonpurpose.ytmnd.com/”


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  • 08/30/17--20:12: Tell ISIS...
  • About

    Tell ISIS/Tell ISIS We Pullin’ Up” refers to a series of image macros in which the subject sarcastically threatens The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. The pictures are generally deep fried and may feature humorous weapons or scenarios.

    Origin

    The first instance of a “Tell ISIS” variation can be traced back to Twitter. In December 2015, user @Bill_Nye_Tho posted a photoshop of United States President Barack Obama talking on the phone with a pistol telling ISIS to pull up to the White House. The tweet garnered 523 Retweets 934 Likes, as of August 30, 2017.


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  • 08/30/17--20:44: Boruto's Dad

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    Boruto’s Dad is a comical way of referring to Naruto Uzumaki, the lead character in the Manga and Anime Series “Naruto” & “Naruto Shippūden” as Naruto is the Father of Boruto Uzumaki, the lead character in “Boruto: Naruto the Movie” and “Boruto: Naruto Next Generations”.

    Origin

    on Aug 12, 2017, Crunchyroll Tweeted out a message[1] saying

    We’ve expanded availability for the original Naruto series!! Users in more countries around the 🌏 can enjoy the early days of BORUTO’S DAD🍥

    Spread

    Shortly after that post, Many fans latched onto the joke that Naruto and all his accomplishments are nothing more than to become Boruto’s Dad, spawning many fan images of characters in the show to call out “Boruto’s Dad” instead of “Naruto”
    Other fans were dumbfounded by the tweet [2]

    “BORUTO’S DAD” Naruto did not go through all that he did just be known as “Boruto’s dad” 😂

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    [1]Twitter – @Crunchyroll

    [2]Twitter – @that_kiddo


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  • 08/30/17--20:50: Mario 64 DS Touch Me
  • Super Mario 64 DS is a release-game for the original DS on November 21, 2004. Every time you enter a world, you’ll see on the bottom screen has a character, saying “Touch Me!”. We all know it means to tap it, but there’s an inappropriate, alternative to what it could really mean.


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