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    About

    But you know what isn’t sweet? refers to an exploitable YouTube video in which a girl is parodying anti-drug PSAs. In the video, the girl rides into frame on her bike and addresses the camera, saying, “Hey, kids! That was a sweet turn. But you know what isn’t sweet? Heroin.” The exploitable part of this meme is replacing the word “heroin” with something else.

    Origin

    On 2 June 2017, Grace Motley uploaded the video, titled, “A PSA,” to her YouTube channel. It was later posted to r/youtubehaiku by fellow YouTuber Gus’s YouTube Channel on 13 August 2017, where it remained #1 trending on the subreddit for 24 hours and gaining over 5,000 upvotes.

    A PSA

    Spread

    The video gained its popularity over two months after it was originally posted to YouTube. The video gained over 40,000 views on YouTube within 24 hours. As of now, (12 September 2017) the video has > 97,000 views and Grace has gained more than 550 followers across multiple platforms.

    Variations

    The earliest known variation of this meme was posted to an Instagram page that has since been deleted/banned, in which the word “heroin” is replaced with the “"Deez Nuts Bio":knowyourmeme.com/memes/deez-nuts” meme.


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  • 09/12/17--08:50: It's a Match!
  • About

    It’s a Match! is an exploitable photoshop meme featuring edited screen-captures of match notifications on the dating application Tinder.

    Origin

    On February 20th, 2014, Redditor justaprettyface posted a picture of a Tinder match screen pairing “Adolf Hitler”: with a teenage boy to /r/denmark[4] (shown below).



    Spread

    On November 8th, 2014, Instagram user @girlwithnojob posted a Tinder screenshot of a woman matching with “Cheese-Pizza” (shown below, left). Within three years, the post gathered upwards of 13,500 likes. On August 17th, 2015, the @yrbff[3] Twitter feed posted a photoshopped Tinder screen matching “Me” with a picture of a taco (shown below, right).



    On August 30th, the Aeon Targaryen Facebook page posted a match screen featuring Jon Snow and Daenerys Targaryen from Game of Thrones (shown below, left). On September 2nd, 2017, an edited “It’s a Match!” screenshot featuring two match sticks was submitted to /r/antimeme[2] (shown below, right).



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Instagram – @girlwithnojob

    [2]Reddit – Its a match!

    [3]Twitter – @yrbff

    [4]Reddit – /r/denmark


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  • 09/15/17--08:21: Who Is She
  • About

    Who Is She? is an image macro series which pairs the sarcastic question “Who is she?” with various humorous photographs, often featuring animals and inanimate objects, to indicate an interest in the subject of the photo. The meme is not to be confused with the viral Vine video “Who Is She?”.

    Origin

    The exact origin of the meme is currently unknown. On August 31st, 2014, Tumblr user claphnelauren reblogged a perfectly timed photo of a toad placed in front of a woman, creating an optical illusion merging the two faces (shown below).



    Spread

    On December 31st, 2014, Tumblr user divinedorothy posted a photograph of a pidgeon standing on a red carpet with the caption “who is she” (shown below). Within three years, the post gained over 469,000 notes.



    On February 7th, 2015, Tumblr user hwighting[4] reblogged two photographs of a dog running through the water with the caption “whos is she? what agency is she with?” (shown below, left). On March 29th, Tumblr user surprisebitch[1] reblogged a picture of a bulbous strawberry with the caption “who is she” (shown below, right).



    On May 20th, 2015, The Daily Dot[2] published an article about the meme titled “The internet is dying to know: ‘Who is she’.” On September 10th, 2017, Redditor Matteriess uploaded a pixelated image of a crowd at a concert with the caption “who is she” to /r/DeepFriedMemes,[3] where it gathered upwards of 7,600 points (91% upvoted) and 80 comments within five days (shown below).



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Tumblr – supremecarlos

    [2]The Daily Dot – The Internet is dying to know Who is she

    [3]Reddit – be honest

    [4]Tumblr – hwighting


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  • 09/15/17--08:22: #burnmyMAGAhat
  • About

    #burnmyMAGAhat refers to a hashtag in which supporters of Donald Trump, angry after a supposed compromise was reached between Trump and Democrats on Trump’s proposed repeal of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), burn their hats which bear Trump’s campaign slogan, Make Amerca Great Again.

    Origin

    On September 5th, 2017, Donald Trump announced he would be repealing Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA),[1] a program from the Obama administration which allows children of undocumented immigrants to receive a two-year deferment from deportation and the possibility of attaining a work permit.[2] Trump gave congress a six-month window to reach a legislative compromise on the act. However, on September 13th, 2017, Trump met with Democrats and following the meeting, Democrats Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer announced “We agreed to enshrine the protections of DACA into law quickly, and to work out a package of border security, excluding the wall, that’s acceptable to both sides.” The following morning, Trump posted a series of cryptic tweets that seemed to say that while no deal was reached and he still wanted his promised wall on the border of Mexico and the United States, he did not want to deport hard working people in America (tweets shown below).



    While details of the meeting and potential agreement Trump made with Democrats remain unclear, Trump supporters, feeling betrayed by the news, responded angrily with the hashtag #AmnestyDon. On the morning of September 14th, Twitter account @TheRightDefense[3] tweeted “Trump supporters have already started burning #MAGA hats and shirts in protest to Trump’s amnesty. Everyone post videos of it. #AmnestyDon.” @KausMickey[4] quote-tweeted that tweet and suggested the #burnmyMAGAhat hashtag. Twitter account @TrumpTrumpsUp[5] then tweeted a picture of a burning MAGA hat that afternoon (shown below).



    Spread

    For the remainder of the day, many more people posted their burning MAGA hats under the hashtag. A popular example posted by @_weese_ showed a 45-second video of him lighting his hat on fire, gaining over 850 retweets (shown below).




    The hat burnings were covered by Breitbart,[6] McClatchy,[7] and Daily Dot[8] the following morning.

    Various Examples









    Search Interest

    Unavailable

    External References


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  • 09/15/17--09:24: Pennywise in the Sewer
  • About

    Pennywise in the Sewer refers to a series of image macros feature the character Pennywise the Clown luring a child into the sewers from the various film adaptations of Stephen King’s 1986 horror novel It.

    Origin

    Search Interest


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    About

    Does Anybody In This Thread Smoke Weed? is a phrasal meme on Tumblr in which people purposefully attempt to derail long, heated threads about bizarre topics by changing the subject with the phrase "Does anybody in this thread smoke weed?

    Origin

    According to Meme Documentation, [1] the first instance of the phrase was posted either on or slightly before July 30th, 2016 by deactivated account debthaver[2] responding to a thread of people talking discussing a shitpost rumor about Anthony Fantano dying that gained over 1,700 notes (shown below).

    Spread

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    Unavailable

    External References


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    Overview

    Superman Protects Undocumented Workers refers to a controversy surrounding an issue of Action Comics, in which Superman guards several undocumented workers from gunfire from a white man who accused them of taking his job.

    Background

    On September 13th, 2017, DC Comics released issue #987 of Action Comics. In the issue, Superman protects a group of undocumented workers from an armed, white gunman, accusing them of taking his job (shown below). Superman then intimidates the gunman and says, “The only person responsible for the blackness smothering your soul is you.”



    Development

    That day, the Hollywood Reporter[1] published an article on the comic, referring to the gunman as a white supremacist. The publication also notes that the comic comes a week after President Donald Trump made a series of controversial comments about deporting DACA recipients, who were brought to the United States as children but do not have documentation.

    Search Interested

    External References


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  • 09/15/17--12:08: Achewood
  • About

    Achewood is a webcomic created by Chris Onstad. It was originally published regularly throughout the 2000s before undergoing numerous hiatuses in the 2010s, and is currently inactive. The comic follows the lives of a cast of anthropomorphic stuffed animals with full backstories. It has received numerous awards for its writing and writer.

    History

    The first Achewood comic was posted by Onstad on October 1st, 2001 (shown below).[1][2]

    Developments

    Various Comics

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – Achewood

    [2]Achewood – First Comic


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  • 09/16/17--02:24: kabiraa1
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  • 09/16/17--02:41: The Niewals Face
  • The Niewals face is a Japanese meme that came from the artist known as Niewals on Twitter. The face first appeared on a comic on May 30th, 2017. And it has been exploited by the Japanese Twitter community being photoshopped onto multiple pictures. Not much more is known about this meme to foreigners outside of Japan.


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    About

    The, “Draconic Evolution Is Balanced Because It Takes Effort” meme is a saying and an image macro, usually shared by Minecraft modders when the idea of balance is brought up for a mod.
    For image macros, the phrase is nearly always superimposed over a webcomic. The webcomics used will usually show someone saying something to others, and then the others being disgusted at what that someone said.

    Origin

    The, “Draconic Evolution is balanced because it takes effort” phrase was first said by Vazkii (a popular Minecraft modder) on the FeedTheBeast Sub-Reddit. The post in which it was posted on was for a video of someone fighting a boss from the, “Botania” mod with armour and weapons from the, “Draconic Evolution” mod.

    Spread

    To do – talk about the spread of the meme.

    Notable Images

    To do – embed a few notable images of the phrase being used.


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  • 09/14/17--07:38: Mario's Nipples
  • About

    Mario’s Nipples refers to a series of photoshops and jokes based on a promotional image from the video game Super Mario Odyssey in which the title character’s nipples can be seen.

    Origin

    On September 13th, 2017, the official Twitter account for the Nintendo video game company tweeted a promotional image of their upcoming title Super Mario Odyssey. In the picture, the character Mario can be seen shirtless and with his nipples exposed. The post (shown below) received more than 2,300 retweets and 7,400 likes in 24 hours.



    Spread

    Shortly after the picture was released, people on Twitter began reposting the picture. The tweets (shown below) joke about numerous changes to Mario’s character as well as Nintendo’s direction with the new game.



    That night, others began photoshopping the image into other scenarios. Twitter[2] user @ben_rosen added the picture of Mario to an infamous pornographic Tweet liked by Senator Ted Cruz. The post (shown below) received more than 800 retweets and 2,400 likes in 24 hours.



    Throughout the evening, more people on Twitter photoshopped the picture of Mario into other settings (shown below).



    The photo also \ appeared on Tumblr. That night, Tumblr[3] user naols-x3 photoshopped picture of the cartoon character SpongeBob SquarePants licking the shirtless Mario’s stomach. The image (shown below) received more than 360 notes in under 24 hours.

    Several media outlets reported on the reaction to Mario’s nipples, including Kotaku] Uproxx,[5] Entertainment Weekly[6] and more. Additionally, Twitter[7] published a Moments page regarding the response to Mario’s nipples.



    Various Examples




    External References


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  • 09/14/17--07:52: Fancy Font
  • About

    Fancy Font refers to the typeface Fairwater, which resembles cursive and was made available to Tumblr users in an August 2017 update. It has been used in various shitposts on the site since its release.

    Origin

    Tumblr unrolled the feature on August 16th, 2017.[1] According to Meme Documentation, this is also when users first noticed the feature and began applying it to various text-based memes. User doomy[2] posted Oh, Worm? in the fancy font on August 17th and gained over 38,000 noted (shown below).



    Spread

    Over the following month, users began joking about the font. In particular, users joked about their confusion as to how it was done. The Tumblr staff reblogged a thread of people demanding to know how to do the “fancy font” on August 18th[3] (shown below).



    Others joked about how the Tumblr staff unrolled this feature in lieu of other features that Tumblr users have long asked for such as a proper blocking system. A post by 2toasts[4] made a joke in that vein and gained over 26,000 notes (shown below, left). Another popular text post chain on the site joked about the font and gained over 150,000 notes[5] (shown below, right).



    Of note, the “fancy font” will only appear on the Tumblr dashboard and on certain blogs formatted to be able to show the font. To create the font, one must replace “< p >” in the HTML code of a text post with “< p class=“npf_quirky”>” (sans spaces).[6]

    Various Examples

    [Editor’s note: Examples taken from Meme Documentation, as the blog properly displays the cursive font]



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Meme Documentation – Fancy Font Meme

    [2]Tumblr – doomy

    [3]Tumblr – Staff Reblog

    [4]Tumblr – 2toasts

    [5]Tumblr – I can’t read cursive handwriting

    [6]Tumblr – commonwealth-compliments


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  • 09/16/17--12:47: Glowing Eyes
  • About

    Glowing Eyes is a photo trend wherein a person or creature’s eyes are given a glowing effect, similar to the effect seen in the I Am Growing Stronger meme. It is used to express excitement, shock, anger, surprise, enthusiasm, and otherwise being “activated.” It also acts as a “Meme effect,” similar to Deep Fried Memes, wherein its use signifies that the image is a Dank Meme.

    Origin

    The first instance of a glowing eyes effect being used in memes is in the I Am Growing Stronger meme[1]. There was also a glowing eye effect used in some of the 200% Mad images[2]. As Deep Fried Memes grew in popularity, the glowing eyes effect was incorporated into the the set of distortions used for the deep fried filter.

    Spread

    The effect has been used in memes such as Gordon Ramsay’s Lamb Sauce, Whomst, and Begone, Thot. It has gained widespread usage on the subreddit /r/dankmemes/.

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]http://knowyourmeme.com/photos/810411-i-am-growing-stronger

    [2]http://knowyourmeme.com/photos/800273-200-mad


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  • 09/17/17--12:50: Part 5 Anime When
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  • 09/17/17--13:36: That "Oh Sh-" Moment

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  • 09/17/17--16:42: Slashdot
  • Editor’s Note: Help wanted on the History, Features, and Highlights sections of this article


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    About

    Slashdot, sometimes referred to as “/.”, was one of the first websites where the users themselves could post content [1]. This model, now referred to as “social news” inspired the creation of other similar sites like fark, and digg, the latter of which inspired reddit.

    History

    Slashdot was lauched October 5, 1997 by Rob Malda & Jeff Bates [2].

    Features

    Users submit stories to the site, and the staff members can edit them[3].

    Highlights

    Slashdot Effect

    For more details on this section, please see the full article on the Slashdot Effect

    Traffic

    In 2017, Slashdot’s global site rank has floated somewhere between 5000 and 6000, according to Alexa [4], and it saw 300k to 450k people according to Quantcast [5].

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]http://snap.stanford.edu/class/cs224w-2011/proj/tbower_Finalwriteup_v1.pdf

    [2]http://whois.domaintools.com/slashdot.org

    [3]https://slashdot.org/faq

    [4]https://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/slashdot.org

    [5]https://www.quantcast.com/slashdot.org


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  • 09/17/17--19:26: Clowns
  • About

    Clowns

    History

    Online Presence

    Related Memes

    Pennywise The Clown



    Penny wise the clown is the antagonist of the 1985 Steven King novel It. The novel was later made into a made for TV miniseries in 1990, with Pennywise’s most famous look. The novel was again adapted into a movie in 2017, with Pennywise taking on a creepier default appearance.

    Creepy Clown Sightings



    In 2016 a wave of Creepy Clown Sightings was reported across the United States. Many were reported to have supsoios bechaior, simmilar to that see in Pennywise from IT

    Jokes Clown



    Jokes Clown is an clip art based exploitable image of a clown next to a very large blank paper. Variants generally change the text on the paper.

    Can’t Sleep! Clown Will Eat me!



    Can’t Sleep! Clown Will Eat me! is a quote from young Bart Simpson from the American animated TV series The Simpsons. Bart’s dad, knowing his son loves Krusty the clown, makes his son a clown theme bed. Due to the uncanny way it was designed, it is a source of Nightmare Fuel for Bart beling it will eat him if he goes to sleep. It has become and infrequently used Snowclone

    Pet Clown Ownership guides

    In 2017 various Tumblr blogs made fake posts about guides about clown ownership, in a style similar to pet ownership guides.

    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 09/17/17--21:44: How do I delete this?
  • Here it is( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)


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