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  • 09/06/17--08:23: Cuphead
  • About

    Cuphead is a run and gun platform video game with graphics illustrated in the style of rubber hose animation. The game is scheduled for release on PC and Xbox platforms in late September 2017.

    Gameplay

    In the game, players control the titular protagonist Cuphead, who uses various weapons to destroy enemies and bosses while progressing through levels entered through an overworld screen. Additionally, a two-player cooperative mode allows a second player to join the game as Mugman.

    History

    In 2010, brothers Chad and Jared Moldenhauer began development for Cuphead with animation contributed by Jared Clark, using 1930’s cartoons as inspiration for the game’s aesthetic. In 2014, the gameplay for Cuphead was shown during the Xbox press conference at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3). On June 15th, 2015, a trailer for Cuphead was released at E3. On June 11th, 2017, a new trailer was released (shown below, right). The game is scheduled for release for Xbox and Microsoft Windows on September 29th, 2017, though it may be ported to Mac and Linux platforms at a later date.



    Online Presence

    On June 9th, 2014, the /r/Cuphead[5] subreddit was created for discussions about the game. On September 2nd, 2015, the Cuphead Facebook page was launched.[4]

    Fandom

    On June 12th, 2017, Redditor Karma_Kurva submitted a GIF featuring various scenes from the game titled “Cuphead = 💗” to /r/gaming,[2] where it received more than 4,600 points (93% upvoted) and 250 comments within three months.



    On July 3rd, Redditor Kzandor posted a Legend of Zelda fanart inspired by Cuphead to /r/zelda, where it gained over 7,200 points (93% upvoted) and 140 comments within two months.[3]



    Controversies

    Dean Takahashi’s Gameplay Video

    On August 24th, 2017, the VentureBeat YouTube channel uploaded footage of GamesBeat journalist Dean Takahashi struggling to complete the Cuphead tutorial level. Within two weeks, the video received upwards of 300,000 views and 2,100 comments, many of which mocked Takahashi. That day, VentureBeat[6] released an article written by Takahashi about the video titled “Cuphead hands on: My 26 minutes of shame with an old-time cartoon game.”



    On September 2nd, journalist Ian Miles Cheong posted a clip from the video, saying “Game journalists are incredibly bad at video games” (shown below). Within four days, the tweet received more than 25,000 likes and 11,600 retweets.




    On September 4th, the video game news blog GameRevolution published an article about the video titled “Cuphead Reignites the ‘Game Journalists Should Be Good at Games’ Debate.” On September 5th, the video reached the front page of /r/pcgaming,[1] where it was compared to a Doom gameplay by Polygon.

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Reddit – A games journalist plays the Cuphead tutorial

    [2]Reddit – “Cuphead = <3”:https://www.reddit.com/r/gaming/comments/6guy4o/cuphead/

    [3]Reddit – I made 1930s cartoon style fanart

    [4]Facebook – Cuphead

    [5]Reddit – /r/Cuphead

    [6]VentureBeat – Cuphead hands-on


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  • 09/06/17--09:15: Lisa Simpson's Dinner
  • About

    Lisa Simpson’s Dinner refers to a series of image macros that use a picture of cartoon character Lisa Simpson from the animated sitcom The Simpsons staring at an empty dinner plate to express feelings of hunger, disappointment and/or economic frustration.

    Origin

    On October 22nd, 2016, Twitter[1] user @Hellamud posted a picture of Lisa Simpson sitting at her kitchen table and staring at an empty plate with her mouth agape. They captioned the picture “When you broke so you have to go to sleep for dinner.” The post (shown below) received more than 3,400 reweets and 4,500 likes in 10 months.



    Spread

    On November 5th, 2016, Redditor[2] classylionking posted the meme on the /r/BlackPeopleTwitter subreddit under the thread “Gotta sleep to eat.” Within in 10 months, the post received more than 23,000 points (94% upvoted) and 300 comments. Five days later, Redditor[3] emersonic420 posted the meme in the /r/DankMemes subreddit.

    The following month, on December 19th, 2016, Instagram[4] user @dark.libertarian posted the the image with the caption “When you finally establish communism and get home for dinner.” The post (shown below, left) received more than 100 likes. Nine months later, on September 5th, 2017, Redditor[5] RascalLouise posted the meme, received more than 40,000 points (74% upvoted) and 1,800 comments in 24 hours.

    Following this post, other users on /r/DankMemes began posting variants (examples below, center and right)



    Various Examples




    Search Interest

    Not available.

    External References


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  • 09/06/17--10:00: This Bitch Empty! Yeet!
  • About

    This Bitch Empty! Yeet! refers to a Vine in which a young woman is handed a soda can and exclaims “This bitch empty!” and then throws it into a hallway of classmates while shouting “Yeet!” The popularity of the Vine led it to be copied and referenced in text posts and jokes in which a person throws something.

    Origin

    While the original source of the Vine has not been found, a mirror was uploaded to the BestVines YouTube account on July 17th, 2014. This is the earliest known copy of the Vine, though it is likely the Vine was posted before July of 2014. (shown below).



    Precursor

    Prior to the Vine, “Yeet” had become slang for throwing away trash. Users credit a Vine by David Banna in which he throws a CD while shouting “Yeet” as the origin for the term, though that Vine appears to be lost (YouTube embed shown below).



    Urban Dictionary[3] has a definition of “Yeet” accounting for this posted on April 11th, 2014 that reads:

    To violently throw an object that you deem to be worthless, inferior or just plain garbage. It is not uncommon for the person participating in this act to yell the word, “YEET!” at the top of his or her lungs, notifying all surrounding individuals in the area that said object is useless.

    Spread

    The Vine grew popular over the course of the summer. On October 2nd, Brandon Kennedy posted it to his Vine account,[1] where it gained over 16 million loops, 4,900 likes, and 2,600 likes. It also spawned imitators. Two popular imitations include a Vine by Jon Roberts[2] in which a grandmother recreates the original (YouTube embed shown below, left) and a video where a young boy accidentally throws a soda bottle at his mother which was posted on the DailyVines YouTube account on September 2nd, 2014 (shown below, right)



    Additionally, the Vine began getting referenced in various image macros in which a character throws something while exclaiming “Yeet!” For example, Funnyjunk user Goldwolf[4] uploaded a reversed GIF of Pikachu jumping into a Pokémon player-character’s arms (such that it looks that the player is tossing Pikachu away) with the caption on September 21st, 2016 (shown below, left). A post by Tumblr user amewi[5] applied it to Mass Effect: Andromeda, gaining over 4,700 notes (shown below, right).



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Vine – Brandon Kennedy Repost

    [2]Vine – Jon Roberts

    [3]Urban Dictionary – Yeet

    [4]Funnyjunk – Goldwolf Post

    [5]Tumblr – amewi


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  • 09/06/17--11:51: 2017 Hurricane Irma
  • Overview

    2017 Hurricane Irma is a powerful, Category 5 tropical cyclone threatening to hit the southeastern United States and Caribbean Islands in September of 2017.

    Background

    On August 30th, 2017, Irma developed off a tropical wave that moved off the west African coast on the 28th.[1] It rapidly intensified, going to a Category 3 hurricane in only a couple days, and was officially classified as a Category 5 hurricane on September 5th, 2017. On the morning of September 6th, it reached peak intensity, with winds up to 185 mph, tying it for the second most intense hurricane in Atlantic hurricane history.

    Developments

    Online Reaction

    Prior to the hurricane hitting land, internet users joked about the storm in myriad ways. For example, as of September 6th, over 52,000 people are attending a fake Facebook Event created by Joshua Stanaland titled “Everybody Points Their Fans At The Hurricane To Blow It Away.”[2]

    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 09/06/17--11:57: Aztec Rave Monkey
  • About

    Aztec Rave Monkey is a psychedelic animation from the 2004 adventure game Yume Nikki featuring a multi-colored Aztec-style depiction of a monkey with electronic synth music playing in the background. Online, the sequence has spawned numerous music remixes and fan illustrations.

    Origin

    On June 26th, 2004, the game Yume Nikki was released by the indie Japanese developer Kikiyama. Made using the RPG Maker 2003 software, the game allows players to explore various dreams of the protagonist Madotsuki. In the grasslands area of the game, the player is shown a full-screen animation of an Aztec monkey rapidly changing colors while synth music playing in the background.



    Spread

    On January 16th, 2009, YouTuber 2dsunset uploaded a looped clip of the animation titled “Yume Nikki: Rave Box” (Shown below, left). On February 23rd, 2011, DeviantArtist Silphen uploaded an illustration titled “Aztec Rave Monkey,” which gathered more than 1,800 views over the next six years (shown below, right).



    On February 26th, a page titled “Aztec Rave Monkey” was created on the Yume Nikki Wiki.[1] On August 11th, a ten-minute-long version of the sequence was uploaded as an MIT Scratch project page.[2] On March 28, 2013, YouTuber DontBleedOnTheSuits uploaded an extended version of the song played in the game (shown below).



    On September 25th, 2013, SoundCloud user752647517 uploaded a remix titled “Saturday Night Fever” (shown below).



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Yume Nikki Wiki – Aztec Rave Monkey

    [2]MITAztec Rave Monkey

    [3]


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  • 09/06/17--12:39: Seattle Seahawks Logo
  • About

    Seattle Seahawks Logo refers to jokes made about the 2017 update of the logo for the NFL the Seattle Seahawks.

    Origin

    On September 5th, 2017, the Seattle Seahawks unveiled their new logo in a Facebook post (shown below).[1] The logo is intended to be an alternate logo to the team’s current one, which is an image of the same bird shown from a profile angle.



    Spread

    Shortly after the post, users took to Twitter to joke about the new logo by comparing it to various characters. A popular point of comparison is The Muppets character Sam the Eagle. The most popular post on the Seahawks’ post compares the logo to Sam, as does a popular tweet by @Datt_Mavis_[2] that gained over 360 retweets (shown below, left). The most popular point of comparison was tweeted by @scohenPI,[6] who compared the logo to Simpsons character Mr. Burns and gained over 1,200 retweets and 2,700 likes (shown below, right).



    The spread of Twitter jokes were covered by SB Nation[3] and USA Today.[4] SB Nation also created a Twitter Moment[5] about the jokes that was featured on Twitter.

    Various Examples



    Search Interest

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  • 09/06/17--13:47: Gab
  • About

    Gab is a social networking platform which allows users to post messages, called “gabs,” up to 300 characters in length. The site was created as an alternative to other social media platforms due to speculation of left-leaning bias.

    History

    On August 15th, 2016, Gab beta was launched by founder and CEO Andrew Torba in Austin, Texas. In an email with BuzzFeed News, Torba claimed the site was created to compete with “the entirely left-leaning Big Social monopoly.” In November 2016, Fox News published an interview with Torba, who claimed the site was gaining traction due to Twitter’s censorship of conservatives. In May 2017, the site opened up to allow new accounts by registering with an email address.

    Controversies

    On November 2nd, 2016, Vice News released a video calling Gab “Twitter For Racists” (shown below). On December 17th, The Guardian[3] published an article on Gab written by Andrew Anthony titled “Inside the hate-filled echo chamber of racism and conspiracy theories.”



    On September 5th, Torba appeared as a guest on the Fox News show Tucker Carlson Tonight (shown below).



    Search Interest

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    About

    Chicken Sashimi / Medium Rare Chicken refers to the practice of people consuming undercooked chicken, generally considered a dangerous practice that can lead to diseases like salmonella. After entering the public eye via a Facebook troll post, the concept of consuming undercooked chicken appeared in various news articles either talking about the merits or gathering reactions to the practice.

    Origin

    On January 6th, 2017, Facebook user Morgan Jane Gibbs[1] posted a picture of several undercooked strips of chicken with the caption:

    “Just made chicken medium rare chicken strips. They’re so good can’t believe ive neever tried it like this before. Can’t wait to dig into this with my homemade salad and veges.
    #healthy #newyearsresolution #clean #cleaneating”

    Spread

    Online Reactions

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Facebook – Morgan Gibbs


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  • 09/07/17--08:10: There Are No Accidents
  • About

    There Are No Accidents refers to a series of exploitable images featuring Master Oogway, the animated tortoise from the 2008 film Kung Fu Panda. The three-panel meme features an image or word that the author considers to be an accident sandwiched between the same image of Master Oogway and his phrase “There are no accidents.” However, in the third panel, the word “no” is scratched out, and thus referring to whatever is in the second panel as an accident.

    Origin

    The earliest available occurance of this image of Master Oogway appearing online comes from the Zillion Designs[1] blog on June 4th, 2014. However, the author did not use the image as a meme, but rather an signifier for the themes of the blog post. It was also available in a similar form in a YouTube[2] video uploaded by 2Cor12.9 on November 7th, 2013.



    On September 5th, 2017, Redditor[3] King_of_Connaught posted a three-panel meme featuring the image in the /r/dankmemes subreddit. The original image is in the first panel, the word "anime in the second panel and the original image with the word “no” crossed out in the third. The post (shown below) received more than 1,200 points (92% upvoted).



    Spread

    Over the next few days, Redditors on /r/dankmemes posted variations of the meme. Sometimes, the third image would be altered to change the character of Oogway or the punchline would be altered to indicate that the second panel was not an accident (examples below).



    On September 6th, Redditor[4] abradilf_lincler posted a variation of the meme, featuring Adolf Hitler in the second panel, in the /r/MemeEconomy subreddit. The post (shown below) received more than 1,900 points (92% upvoted).



    Various Examples




    Search Interest

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  • 09/07/17--09:19: Denuvo
  • About

    Denuvo is a brand of digital rights management (DRM) software created by Denuvo Software Solutions, which is commonly used by video game publishers to curtail piracy. The software has been widely criticized online for being anti-consumer, with some claiming that it should be considered a type of malware.

    History

    On September 23rd, 2014, Denuvo was initially released for the soccer game FIFA 15. On December 3rd, the gaming news site PC Invasion reported that the Chinese warez group 3DM had cracked the Denuvo DRM software.[1]

    Email Leak

    On February 5th, 2017, TorrentFreak[4] reported that several private directories on the Denuvo website had been left open, which included a text file containing customer support emails.



    Among the emails included an inquiry sent from a person identifying themselves as “Jun Matsumoto from CAPCOM Japan,” who requested additional information about the DRM software. Another email was discovered from a person claiming to be “Jan Newger” from Google’s security team, who asked for information on “how it would integrate with existing solutions.” Additionally, an email written by an angry customer was included in the text file, which criticized the company for making “shit software to fuck over PC gamers.” The following day, The Know YouTube channel uploaded a video about the email leak (shown below).



    Criticism

    In July 2016, Redditor lext published a blog post on Github[2] titled “Why Is Denuvo Anti-consumer?”, listing various reasons why gamers should avoid purchasing products using the DRM. On July 20th, 2017, Redditor Reckon1ng submitted a post asking “What’s the hate with DRM Denuvo?” to /r/OutOfTheLoop.[3] On August 30th, 2017, YouTuber Jim Sterling uploaded a video criticizing Sonic Mania for using the Denuvo software (shown below).



    On September 5th, the gaming news site DSO Gaming[5] reported the the Sonic Mania Denuvo DRM had been cracked by pirates within eight days of the video game’s launch.

    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 09/07/17--10:04: I've Had Enough Of This Dude
  • About

    I’ve Had Enough Of This Dude refers to an exploitable image from It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia in which the character Mac looks at a picture of George Washington and declares “I’ve had enough of this dude.” In the exploitables, the person in the picture is changed.

    Origin

    The scene comes from season 4, episode 11 of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, “The Gang Cracks the Liberty Bell,” which aired November 6th, 2008.[1] In the scene, Mac, Charlie and Dennis are attempting to make their bar, Paddy’s Pub, a historical landmark. They remark on a picture of first American president George Washington, saying he looks like an ugly old woman, and Mac says “I’ve really had enough of this dude.”



    Spread

    The image associated with the meme began circulating around Tumblr in the mid-2010s. It was posted on February 4th, 2014 to Tumblr aggregator Rebloggy, albeit with incorrect subtitles.[2]



    Exploitable edits began appearing on Tumblr a little over a year later. An early edit posted on June 2nd, 2015 by itsalwaysprettyinrosewood[3] inserted a character from Pretty Little Liars into the image, gaining 44 notes (shown below, left). On June 20th, grandtheftchocobo[4] posted a version referencing JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure that gained over 690 points (shown below, right).



    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 09/07/17--10:47: Dansgame
  • About

    Dansgame is a Twitch emote featuring a photograph of Twitch streamer DansGaming making a repulsed-looking face which is often used in Twitch chat to indicate disgust.

    Origin

    [Researching]

    Spread

    On February 9th, 2016, tweeted the original GIF file for the emote.[1] On March 24th, Urban Dictionary[3] user javiwe submitted an entry for “DansGame,” defining it as a “Twitch emote that is often used to show revulsion and disgust”.

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]

    [2]Twitter – @DansGaming

    [3]Urban Dictionary – DansGame


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  • 09/07/17--11:43: Parks Denton
  • Overview

    Parks Denton refers to a series of reports from within the gay community on Twitter that alledge a man name “Parks Denton” had been cat-fishing people on Twitter. During August and September 2017, the controversy reached several news outlets, who reported on the notorious account.

    Background

    Search Interest


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    About

    How Dudes Who Listen to Drake Have Sex is an image macro series featuring an illustration of a naked man straddling a naked woman, which is typically captioned with jokes about the man’s tastes and interests.

    Origin

    Researching

    Spread

    On October 28th, 2016, the image was posted to 9gag[2] with the caption “How dudes who listen to Coldplay have sex” (shown below).



    On July 19th, 2017, the @LoveIslandNot Twitter feed posted the illustration along with the caption "How men that watch Love Island have sex (shown below).



    On September 6th, the @drgrayfang[3] Instagram feed posted the image with the caption “How dudes who like pumpkin beer have sex” (shown below). Within 24 hours, the post gathered upwards of 17,300 likes.



    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 09/07/17--12:49: Eggette/Omelette
  • WIP, Feel free to request editorship.


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  • 09/07/17--15:15: Coming out as anne frank
  • _h3h5. . a video by music LOVER

    _ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TawTiieNAJA


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    Editor’s note: This entry contains spoilers for season seven of the HBO series Game of Thrones.


    About

    “Tell Cersei. I Want Her to Know It Was Me” refers to a photo fad in which pictures of animals and people with objects on their heads that make them resemble the Game of Thrones character Olenna Tyrell are captioned with Tyrell’s memorable quote from the series, “Tell Cersei. I want her to know it was me.”

    Origin

    During the July 30th, 2017 episode of Game of Thrones, the character Jamie Lannister serves the character Olenna Tyrell a glass of poison for her to drink. Before taking a sip, Tyrell says to Lannister, “Tell Cersei. I want her to know it was me,” referring to the murder of Jamie and Cersei Lannister’s child, King Joffrey Lannister. The episode (clip below) was watched by 9.25 million people upon its first airing.[2]



    On August 15th, 2017, Twitter[1] @DanuelFetizanan posted a picture of a white cat with a curtain draped over its head. Because the curtain resembles the headress of the Game of Thrones character Olenna Tyrell, they captioned the post with Tyrell’s quote: “Tell Cersei. I want her to know it was me.” The post (shown below) received more than 135,000 retweets and 317,000 likes within one month.



    Spread

    The following day, Redditor[6] Ayy_2_Brute posted the image on the /r/freefolks subreddit, where it received more than 15,700 points (95% upvoted) and 100 comments in 20 days.

    Over the next few weeks, others started taking pictures of cats with humorous headgear that resembled Tyrell’s. One of the most popular came from Twitter[3] user @itsjustolmos, who posted a picture of a cat in a flip-top garbage can with the quote. The post (shown below, left) received more than 79,000 retweets and 189,000 likes. On September 5th, Redditor[5] GallowBoob posted the picture on the /r/pics subreddit, where it received more than 18,000 points (82% upvoted) and 100 comments in less than 24 hours.

    Others around this time, posted similar version (examples below, center and right, respectively).



    In addition to cats, other Twitter users dressed up different animals for the picture. On August 21st, Twitter[4] user @ijortegar tweeted a picture of a frog with the headdress. The post (shown below) received more than 50 retweets and 50 likes in three weeks.

    On September 6th, Uproxx[7] covered the popularity of the fad.



    Various Examples




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  • 09/07/17--21:38: Destruction
  • Rest in pieces


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  • 09/08/17--05:49: Spongebob's "Best Day Ever"
  • About

    Best Day Ever is the title of the 20th episode from the fourth season of SpongeBob SquarePants.[1] It Aired on November 10th, 2006, a introduces us to SpongeBob waking up to a great beautiful day and he can’t help but breaks into song. However, The song’s cheerful tone turns sour after his plans for the “Best Day Ever” aren’t turning out to be nowhere near as perfect as wanted them to. To make up for all of SpongeBob’s disappointments, his friends throw a “very expensive” production in which they are alongside SpongeBob as he performs the song “Best Day Ever” one last time to make this his real Best Day Ever.

    Mr. Sun came up and he smiled at me.
    Said it’s gonna be a good one just wait and see.
    Jumped out of bed and I ran outside, feeling so extra-ecstatic-fied.

    It’s the best day ever! (Best day ever)
    It’s the best day ever! (Best day ever)

    I’m so busy got nothing to do,
    Spent the last two hours just tying my shoe.
    Every flower, every grain of sand, is reaching out to shake my hand.

    It’s the best day ever! (Best day ever)
    It’s the best day ever! (Best day ever)

    Sometimes the little things start closing in on me,
    When I’m feeling down, I wanna lose that frown
    I stick my head out the window and I look around.

    Those clouds don’t scare me they can’t disguise,
    This magic that’s happening right before my eyes.
    Soon Mr. Moon will be shining bright,
    So the best day ever can last all night.
    Yeah the best day ever’s gonna last all night now.

    It’s the best day ever! (Best day ever)
    It’s the best day ever! (Best day ever)
    It’s the best day ever! (Best day ever)
    It’s the best day ever! (Best day ever)
    (Best day ever)
    (Best day ever)


    Origin

    On June 19th, 2017, YouTuber Alex Garza uploaded a video with the title I put ‘Best Day Ever’ (Spongebob) over Kim Jong Il’s funeral, which currently has 1.8 million views as of August 9th, 2017.[4]


    Spread

    Inspiration most likely came from Spongebob’s “Tomfoolery”. Over the past three months, these “Best Day Ever” video have had a rising increase of appearance with most of them using the format title of I put “Best Day Ever” music over, I put “The Best Day Ever” from SpongeBob over, or I put “It’s The Best Day Ever” music over (followed by whatever is related to the video). The premise of the video to take something that’s usually sad, depressing, or shocking and then combined it with the song’s upbeat happy tone, in which ends up creating some odd humor for many to enjoy.


    Various Examples



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    About

    High School Teacher vs. College Professor is a dialogue-based meme comparing the generally strict attitudes of high school teachers and the relaxed attitudes of college professors.

    Origin

    Comparisons between high school teachers and college professors have long been popular. Jokes comparing the two have been packaged as relatable student content and have appeared online for several years. For example, a humorous piece on the differences between the two appeared on student-content media outlet The Odyssey[1] on September 21st, 2015.

    Spread

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    Unavailable

    External References

    [1]The Odyssey – 10 Things Your College Professors Do That Your High School Teachers Didn’t

    https://www.fastweb.com/student-life/articles/the-differences-between-high-school-college

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYjGI1avutI

    https://www.tumblr.com/search/high+school+teacher+college+professor

    http://www.teenvogue.com/story/high-school-vs-college-meme

    https://www.buzzfeed.com/stephaniemcneal/they-wont-let-you-get-away-with-this-in-college?utm_term=.hkpAM1V0Z#.in4A5Dpaj


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