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  • 09/28/17--20:04: Who is Snoke?
  • About

    Who is Snoke refers to various ideas and conspiracy theories surrounding the character of Supreme Leader Snoke. He was first shown in the 2015 film Star Wars: Episode VII The Force Awakens. Many have speculated that he may have a close relation to characters from previous Star Wars media, including him actually being a precious character under a different name.

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  • 09/29/17--06:47: Mario Punching Yoshi
  • About

    Mario Punches Yoshi refers to the ongoing debate among fans of the Super Mario video game franchise about whether or not Mario punches Yoshi in the back of the head to activate the dinosaur’s tongue. In a 2017 interview, Nintendo video game developers confirmed that Mario was in fact hitting Yoshi.

    Origin

    On November 21st, 1990, the Nintendo video game company released Super Mario World, the first Super Mario video game for the Super Nintendo entertainment console. The game introduced players to the character Yoshi, a green dinosaur that Mario rides. One attribute of the character is his long, unfurrling tongue, which can be used to attack enemies and collect objects. Since the release of the game, fans have joked about the activation of the tongue, which, it appears, occurs Mario punches Yoshi in the back of the head.



    Spread

    While the debate about Mario punching Yoshi may have existed since the game’s release, the earliest available reference to it online comes from DeviantArt[1] user Ryvius. On April 8th, 2006, Ryvius published an illustration that featured Mario hitting Yoshi and screaming, “Donkey punch!”As of September 2017, the image (shown below) has received more than 280 views.



    On August 18th, 2009, YouTuber [2] Tala H posted a video entitled “Mario punches yoshi in the face.” In the video, the YouTuber slows down video from the video game to highlight Mario hitting the dinosaur. Within eight years, the video (shown below) has received more than 44,000 views.



    Three years later, Redditor [3] Kado_Isuka posted an image on the /r/Gaming subreddit that showed the motion of Mario hitting Yoshi. They titled the post “Fun Fact: Mario punches Yoshi in the back of his head to make him eat things in Super Mario World.” Before archival, the image (shown below) received more than 1,100 points (87% upvoted) and 150 comments.



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]DeviantArt – Super Mario – Donkey Punch

    [2]YouTube – Mario punches yoshi in the face

    [3]Reddit – “Fun Fact: Mario punches Yoshi in the back of his head to make him eat things in Super Mario World.”https://www.reddit.com/r/gaming/comments/10rfz4/fun_fact_mario_punches_yoshi_in_the_back_of_his/


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  • 09/29/17--08:03: Your/Our
  • About

    Your/Our refers to a series of four-panel image macros that jokes about the singular possessive pronouns in company names, such as YouTube and MySpace, by juxtaposing them against angry-looking photographs of historical figures whose political interests lie in community rather than selfish needs. The punchline of the joke comes in the bottom two panels, where a picture of the same figure smiling is shown next to the company’s name changed from a singular possessive pronoun (your) to a plural possessive pronoun (our). Similar to Drakeposting.

    Origin

    On September 28th, 2017, Redditor[1] willemHE posted a four-panel image macro on the /r/DankMemes subreddit. The picture features communist leader Josef Stalin next to the logo for YouTube on top, and Joseph Stalin smiling next to a photoshopped version of the YouTube logo, now reading “OurTube.” The joke being that communism focuses on the collective rather than the individual, so YouTube would irritate Stalin, who would prefer the more communal “OurTube.” The post (shown below) received more than 4,600 points (96% upvoted) and 30 comments in 24 hours.



    Spread

    Shortly after posting to /r/DankMemes, Redditor Faoneus posted the meme on the /r/MemeEconomy subreddit. Within 24 hours, the post received more than 200 points (95% upvoted).

    Over the next 24 hours, Redditors continued to post variations of the meme. Occassionally, the bottom quadrants of the image would not change the name of the company to something involving community, but rather make a pun about the pronunciation, i.e. “my” and “mao,” (shown below, center) in reference to Chinese communist leader Mao Zedong, and “mine” and “mein” (shown below, right) in reference to Adolf Hitler, Nazi leader and author of Mein Kampf.



    Various Examples




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  • 09/29/17--08:38: Ostagram Spaghetti Mashups
  • About

    Ostagram Spaghetti Mashups refer to images processed with a photograph of spaghetti on the Ostagram convolutional neural network, which makes various pictures appear as if they are a bowl of pasta.

    Origin

    In late 2015, the Ostagram[3] web application was launched, which allows users to process custom images through a variety of filters (shown below, left). On April 4th, 2016, Something Awful Forums[1] user YeOldePoop submitted a photograph of Donald Trump processed with the spaghetti photograph in a thread about the neural network (shown below, right).



    Spread

    On November 9th, 2016, the @ostagram.ru Instagram feed posted another picture of Donald Trump combined with a photo of spaghetti (shown below, left). On December 11th, Redditor GenuinePorkChops posted a picture of the Overwatch character Genji combined with the Ostagram spaghetti image to /r/Overwatch,[2] where it received upwards of 2,400 points (96% upvoted) and 220 comments prior to being archived (shown below, right).



    On May 18th, 2017, Redditor moplopplus posted an Ostagram spaghetti version of the It’s Wednesday My Dudes frog picture to /r/me_irl,[6] where it gathered more than 5,000 points (96% upvoted) and 60 comments over the next four months (shown below, left). On September 9th, Redditor Holofan4life posted the Distracted Boyfriend stock photo processed with the Ostagram spaghetti image to /r/memes[5] (shown below, right). On September 28th, 2017, Redditor JKaro submitted a post asking about the spaghetti images to /r/OutOfTheLoop.[4]



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  • 09/29/17--08:52: Your Name
  • About

    Your Name, known in Japan as Kimi no Na wa, is a 2016 Japanese anime film that tells the tale of a high school boy and girl who swap bodies. It is the highest-grossing anime film of all time and is being made into a live-action film by director J.J. Abrams.

    History

    Your Name was written and directed by Makoto Shinaki.[1] It is based by Shinaki’s novel of the same name. Shinaki sent his proposal to the Toho film company on September 14th, 2014, and the film was put into production, undergoing several title changes before landing on Your Name. On April 7th, 2016, the trailer was uploaded to YouTube by TOKYOPOP TV, where it gained over 4.7 million views.



    The film debuted on July 3rd, 2016 at the Anime Expo of 2016 in California before being released in Japan on August 26th, 2016. An English dub began screening in November of 2016 (English dub trailer shown below).



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    [1]Wikipedia – Your Name


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  • 09/29/17--10:29: Young Sheldon
  • About

    Young Sheldon is a CBS sitcom television show. It is a spin-off of The Big Bang Theory and follows the life of one of The Big Bang Theory’s more popular characters, Sheldon, as a child. Online, it has been the subject of derision and jokes leading up to its debut.

    History

    In November of 2016, Jim Parsons, the actor who plays Sheldon on The Big Bang Theory, had the initial idea for Young Sheldon, and the show was put into development soon after.[1] It follows Sheldon as a gifted 9-year-old boy in an East Texas high school. Parsons serves as narrator and producer for the show. On May 17th, 2017, CBS uploaded the first trailer for Young Sheldon to its YouTube channel, gaining over 2.9 million views (shown below).



    The show is slated to debut properly on November 2nd, 2017. A special preview aired on September 25th, 2017. Two days later, CBS picked up the show for 22 episodes.

    Reception

    The pilot episode of Young Sheldon gained over 17 million viewers,[1] leading CBS to pick up the show for a full season. Critics were mostly positive towards the show. On Rotten Tomatoes,[2] the show has a 74% approval rating. Metacritic[3] had a more mixed spread of critics, putting an average of 63/100. In its review, Vox[4] noted that the show was more akin to The Wonder Years than Big Bang Theory, though was only “fitfully” successful.

    Online Reactions

    In the lead-up to the series premiere, jokes about Young Sheldon were very prevalent online. For example, webcomic One Giant Hand[5] posted a comic imagining the character as a sociopathic genius to Tumblr the day before the series premiere, gaining over 1,500 notes (shown below).



    This joke was echoed in some Twitter jokes about that show. For example, on September 28th, @Bro_Pair tweeted that Sheldon was like the villains in Deliverance, gaining over 110 likes (shown below, left). Another tweet by @cushbomb said he was the third shooter at Columbine (shown below, right).



    Most of the commentary about the show simply expressed disgust at its existence. For example, a tweet by @hipsterocracy noted that a country that voted for Trump deserves Young Sheldon gained over 120 likes (shown below, left). Another tweet by @RandiLawson imagined CBS’s show lineup made up entirely of Sheldon spinoffs, gaining over 390 retweets (shown below, right).



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  • 09/29/17--11:11: JROTC
  • ABout

    JROTC Students is an image macro series featuring screenshots from various television shows captioned with jokes mocking middle and high school students in the United States who are enrolled in the Junior Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (JROTC) program.

    Origin

    [Researching]

    Precursor

    On May 3rd, 2014, Twitter user @spookydicck tweeted a photograph of several armed United States soldiers captioned with the joke “Niggas in ROTC be walking around school feeling like..” (shown below). Within four years, the tweet gained over 8,000 retweets and 4,300 likes.



    Spread

    On September 28th, 2017, Redditor andrew420baller posted an image macro featuring the character PC Principal from South Park with the caption “JROTC niggas walking pas their useless fucking civilian classmates to get to their Algebra 1 class” (shown below).



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  • 09/29/17--11:39: #PuberMe
  • About

    #PuberMe is a hashtag campaign started by comedians Nick Kroll and Stephen Colbert in which they challenge celebrities to tweet awkward photos of themselves from their teenage years. For every photo tweeted with the hashtag, Colbert will make a donation from his AmeriCone Dream Fund, which Kroll will match, to aid Puerto Rico after Hurricane Irma.

    Origin

    On the September 27th, 2017 episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Kroll proposed the campaign (shown below).



    Colbert[1] later started the campaign by posting a picture of himself with braces to Twitter, gaining 3,600 retweets and over 47,000 likes (shown below).



    Spread

    Many more celebrities joined the trend shortly after the episode aired. Nick Kroll[2] responded to Colbert’s tweet with his own contribution, gaining over 650 retweets and 8,200 likes (shown below, left). Another popular contribution was made by comedian John Mulaney,[3] whose tweet gained over 670 retweets and 8,700 likes (shown below, right).



    The following night, Colbert ran a segment in which he updated the audience on some of the celebrities who joined the hashtag (shown below). During that episode, he confirmed that every celebrity tweet with the hashtag would amount to $1,000 dollars to oneamericaappeal.org in aid to Puerto Rico.



    The campaign has been covered by Uproxx,[4] Huffington Post,[5] TV Guide,[6] and more.

    Various Examples



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  • 09/29/17--12:10: Pixelated Boat
  • About

    Pixelated Boat or pixelatedboat is the Twitter alias of cartoonist Ben Ward, the writer and artist of the One Giant Hand webcomic. Online, Ward is for photoshopped versions of tweets and news articles, which see politicians, celebrities and other public persons appear absurd or foolish. Perhaps most famously, Ward is credited for coining the Milkshake Duck.

    Online History

    On January 28th, 2015, Ward joined Twitter under the name @PixelatedBoat.[1]

    On June 12th, 2016, @pixelatedboat coined the term “Milkshake Duck,” in reference to the internet’s breif love affair with a new public person only to discover something distasteful about their past. He tweeted,[2]“The whole internet loves Milkshake Duck, a lovely duck that drinks milkshakes! 5 seconds later We regret to inform you the duck is racist.” As of September 2017, the post (shown below) received more than 11,000 retweets and 26,000 likes.



    Three days later, on June 15th, on Tumblr,[5] Ward published the first entry of his One Giant Hand webcomic. The four-panel parody of the 1976 film Taxi Driver (shown below) garned more than 80 notes on Tumblr and 180 likes on Instagram.



    The next month, on July 4th, he published an episode of One Giant Hand entitled “The one where Ross fails Tʜᴇ Hᴏʟᴇ,” a parody of the sitcom Friends. On Tumblr,[5] as of September 2017, the post is his most popular, garnering more than 20,000 notes.



    Reputation

    On June 22nd, 2017, Oxford Dictionaries wrote an entry about Milkshake Duck in their “On the Radar” column, saying it was rising in ubiquity. They wrote,

    “Over time, Milkshake Duck has become a term that can be used to refer to any person or thing that gains fleeting popularity for something seemingly pleasing, only for a deeper dig to reveal unfortunate truths about their past or opinions, typically a connection to or history of some form of bigotry.”

    Five days later, June 27th, 2017, The New York Times[3] wrote a story about Milkshake Duck, chronicling its rise in the public’s consciousness.

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  • 09/29/17--12:50: Webcomic Name
  • About

    Webcomic Name is a webcomic created by Alex Norris. The comics are characterized by the presentation of relatable situations portrayed by amorphous blob characters, and generally end with the punchline “Oh no.”

    History

    Prior to starting Webcomic Name, Norris was the creator of Dorris McComics.[1] On July 26th, 2016, he launched Webcomic Name on Tumblr. The first comic[2] gained over 3,700 notes (shown below).



    Over the course of the following year, Norris posted dozens more updates, all featuring the same general concept, ending with the “Oh No” punchline. Two of the more popular examples include “Snowflake,” which gained over 63,000 notes (shown below, left), and “Surreal,” which gained over 22,000 notes (shown below, right).



    Online Presence

    Webcomic Name tends to perform better on Facebook than it does its host Tumblr site. On Facebook,[3] the Webcomic Name page has over 364,000 likes. On Reddit,[4] Alex Norris is very active, with over 88,000 karma. On Twitter,[5] he has over 151,000 followers.

    Reception

    Webcomic Name was quickly noticed and well-received by the webcomics community. Less than a month after it launched, Webcomic Name was profiled by Konbini.[6] Several comics have been compiled on sites such as Bored Panda[7] and Comics Beat.[8]

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  • 09/29/17--18:56: It's So Warm
  • It’s So Warm is a quote uttered by Lillie in a scene from the Pokémon Sun & Moon anime. Shortly after the episode’s English premiere, the quote went viral and is often associated with dirty and NSFW videos and remixes.

    Origin

    The quote originates from the English dub of the sixth episode of the anime. It occurs very late in the show where Lillie is shown cuddling the egg of a Pokémon in her arms, commenting that “it’s so warm”. A clip of this scene uploaded by user PearlshippingTV currently sits at over 6,000 views.

    The same user was also responsible for this meme’s creation. Before this clip was posted, a video was created entitled "Ash & Lillie Decide To Practice “Touching!” (NSFW)" and posted on April 22, 2017. It features a clip from the same episode edited to make it sound like Ash and Lillie are engaging in some adultery (with the “It’s so warm” quote included). This video sits at over 65,000 views.

    Spread

    Aside from PearlshippingTV’s many other videos surrounding the quote, it quickly spread not just on YouTube, but on other sites such as Twitter and Facebook and has been referenced quite a few times within the fandom (fanfiction have picked up on it for instance).

    As with the example listed above, many of these videos/associations tend to be dirty and explicit (or at the very least imply sexual situations) and are considered NSFW.


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  • 09/30/17--09:08: Shooketh
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    Shooketh” or “I am shooketh” is a memorable quote by YouTube comedian Christine Sydelko used to express shock or astonishment. First spoken in a YouTube video posted on her and Elijah Daniel’s YouTube channel, Elijah & Christine, she uses the phrase while retelling a story to Elijah about an interaction she had just previously had with a cashier at the Boston Market. The phrase quickly became popular over the internet, also being turned into a meme.

    ORIGIN
    On March 2nd, 2017, the Elijah & Christine YouTube channel uploaded a video titled ‘CRAZYFANATTACKEDHER!!’ in which Christine Sydelko appears scared and shaken saying “I am shooketh”. In the vlog style video Sydelko mentions that she no longer feels safe going to the Boston Market as she can’t go there without being recognised. She goes on to explain that while waiting to pick up her food, the cashier called her by name despite not remembering giving it to them. The conversation, shown in the video below, appears at the 0:31 mark.

    SPREAD
    The catchphrase quickly became popular on the internet to express shock or astonishment. As of October 2017, the original video has over 890,000 views while a copy of the video posted by Mario B. on March 6, 2017, titled “I am shooketh!”, has 648,000 views[1]. In order to capitalise on the success of the catchphrase, Elijah & Christine also created a song titled ‘shooketh’, which featured rapper lil aaron and has amassed over 950,000 views.

    SEARCHINTEREST

    [1]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jzDFNj4Y-Q8


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  • 09/30/17--16:41: Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures
  • About

    Pop! figures are chibi-esque minimalist vinyl figures made by the Funko company in the United States. They are known for been made for a very wide variety of Pop Culture properties across many different forms of media. Some have seen them as being somewhat comparable them to the similar chibi-esque Japanese Nendoroid figures due to both producing licensed vinyl figures from multiple (and in some cases overlapping) intellectual properties. This has alos lead to people directly comparing the two. While some prefer the Funko Pop! figures to to their wider availability and lower prices in most of the western world, many see them as vastly inferior due to the Pop! figures minimal level of detail with no expression, squared heads and lack of poseablilty compared to Nendoroid figures. These features, as well as due to their near omnipresence in many fandom based retail outlets, has also created a Funko Pop! anti-fandom.

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    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – Funko

    [2]Funko Wiki – Pop! http://funko.wikia.com/wiki/Pop!


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  • 10/01/17--14:19: President drops a sick beat
  • President drops a sick (or sicc) beat refers to a scene from the 2009 animated film Monsters vs Aliens in which where the President of the United States of America makes first contact with the robot crashed into Earth.

    Origin

    In a scene from the 2009 animated Film Monsters vs Aliens the President of USA attempts to make contact with the robot by playing a part of Axel F by Crazy Frog on a keyboard.

    In February 7th 2016, YouTube user Rico Penguin uploaded the scene to YouTube, in the last year it received 1 Million Views

    Spread

    In 9th May 2016, YouTube user S h i t F i c t i o n s uploaded a video called the president drops a sicc beat, In the scene, the president is playing Ultimate by Denzel Curry. In a last year it received 1.4 Million Views.

    W.I.P


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  • 10/01/17--14:36: We aren't friend anymore
  • We aren’t friends anymore

    We need to talk.

    I fucked up

    I was hurt and so I wanted to hurt you.
    Grammar Fixed
    I was hurt*,* and so I wanted to hurt you.

    I’m sorry.
    Grammar Fixed
    I’m sorry. Fake news

    I still don’t want to be friends for personal reasons.

    Miss me with that gay shit


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  • 10/01/17--15:27: Arby's
  • About

    Arby’s is an American fast-food sandwich restaurant chain Known for having the meats. Online, it is well known for its social media accounts, which often demonstrate via gaming and pop culture papercraft creations.[2][8]

    History

    On July 23, 1964, Forrest and Leroy Raffel founded Arby’s in Boardman, Ohio.[1]“Big Tex” was formally going to be the name of their restaurant, but the name was taken by a business in Akron. So, they chose the name “Arby’s”, based from their initials of the Raffel Brothers (RB). At the Boardman location they would served roast beef sandwiches, potato chips, and soft drinks. In 1965, they opened their second location in Akron, Ohio. During the 1970s, Arby’s began opening new locations at a rate of 50 stores per year. As of 2017, the company the company had restaurants in 48 states (excluding Rhode Island and Vermont) Canada, Qatar, Turkey, and United Arab Emirates.[9]

    Highlights

    Jon Stewart

    When he was the host of The Daily Show, mentioning Arby’s was fairly common practice during his time on the series. When referring to Arby’s, they were usually used as jokes for his comedic satire. These remarks started in 2013, and Arby’s took this chance to get some publicity out of it, even if it wasn’t exactly favorable. On November 2013, Arby’s sent a bunch of sandwiches to Stewart’s team, accompanied by a letter from Paul Brown, the CEO of Arby’s, that contained “fun, playful language about the banter that Jon had put out there.”[6] They even managed to send Jon a tweet when he announced his departure from the show.[10]


    On August 6, 2015, Stewart’s final episode aired as an hour-long special and Arby’s wishes him farewell with the video down below.

    Online Presence

    In 2010, Josh Martin became the face of Arby’s social media manager.[7] The company had a somewhat lack of engagement with their social media department, but Martin aim to change that.

    Pharrell Williams’ Hat

    On January 26, 2014, the 56th Annual Grammy Awards were taking place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Out of the many celebrities that attended, Pharrell Williams came to the event with oversized mountie hat that Arby’s just had to roast him over.[11]



    Twitter & Facebook

    Josh Martin, doesn’t work alone when it comes to the creative process of media post, Roar Groupe’s associate creative director Jennifer Barclay and senior account strategist Chiara Travia decide on what should be the next post.[3] The post focus on references to pop culture and video games.

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  • 10/01/17--19:29: Salsa Tequila
  • About

    Salsa Tequila is the name of a popular Norwegian dance-pop parody song using pseudo-Spanish lyrics created by comedian Anders Nilsen.[1] It was designed to be a parody of hit songs, saying that a song can be popular even when the lyrics are nonsensical.[2] The song has since spawned many parodies and variants.

    Origin

    Salsa Tequila was released by Sony Music Entertainment (SME) on June 23, 2014, and uploaded to andersnilsenVEVO on July 5th, 2014, where, as of October 2017, it has over 6.5 million views (Shown below).[3][4] Including two reuploads, the song has over 22.7 million views on YouTube.

    Spread

    Since the release, it soon became a hit in Europe, getting the top spot one Norway’s VG-lista for three weeks[5] and on the Netherland’s Dutch Top 40, where it has on the list for 15 weeks.[6] The song also made lists for Finland, Belgium, Sweden, and Germany.[7][8][9][10]

    Parodies

    Due to the popularity of the song, it made way for many parodies. Two examples were by Ponkers, one being a German parody (shown below, left) and the other one being a Dutch parody (shown below, right).



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    References

    [1]Wikipedia – Salsa Tequila

    [2]Genius – Salsa Tequila

    [3]iTunes – Salsa Tequila

    [4]YouTube – Salsa Tequila

    [5]Norwegian Charts – Salsa Tequila

    [6]Dutch Top 40 – Salsa Tequila

    [7]Finland – Salsa Tequila

    [8]Belgium – Salsa Tequila

    [9]Sweden – Salsa Tequila

    [10]Germany – Salsa Tequila


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  • 10/02/17--07:48: Get Better Material
  • About

    Get Better Material refers to a series of exploitable images based on a False Knees webcomic. In the meme, a bird is performing stand-up comedy. However, when a heckler boos the bird and says to “get better material,” the bird looks at its notes only to realize that it does not have any other material.

    Origin

    On August 26th, 2016, Josh Barkman, the artist and writer of the webcomic False Knees, published the episode “Stand-up Cawmedian” on Tumblr [1] and his website.[2] In the issue, a crow performs stand-up comedy, saying “caw caw caw.” A heckler in the audience then screams “Boo! Get better material!” Visibly nervous, the crow looks at its notes, which read “caw caw caw caw.” The post (shown below) received more than 2,000 notes on Tumblr as of October 2017.



    Spread

    The following year, on September 20th, Redditor [3] jcdcwassup posted the comic in a four-panel, square format on the /r/me_irl subreddit. The post received more than 30,000 points (91% upvoted) and 340 comments in three days.

    External References

    [1]Tumblr – Falseknees’ Post

    [2]False Knees – Stand-up Cawmedian

    [3]Reddit – me_irl


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  • 10/02/17--07:49: Psychosocial
  • About

    Psychosocial is a song by American metal group Slipknot and is the second single off their album All Hope Is Gone. After becoming one of the group’s more popular singles, it appeared online in numerous remixes where the song was mashed up with a more innocuous song for humorous effect.

    Origin

    “Psychosocial” was released as a single on June 7th, 2008[2] ahead of the Slipknot album All Hope Is Gone, which was released on August 20th, 2008.[1] The song’s music video premiered on MTV’s FNMTV show on July 18th, 2008. On October 29th, 2009, the video was uploaded to YouYube, where it has since gained over 179 million views (shown below).



    Spread

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – All Hope Is Gone

    [2]Wikipedia – Psychosocial


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