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  • 11/19/17--14:34: The Left Can't Meme
  • About

    The left can’t meme is a phrase used to criticize the political memes created by left-leaning internet users, usually by right-wing internet users. It is believed to have been created on /pol/ and rose to prominence during the 2016 US presidential election.

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    Al Franken Sexual Misconduct Allegations refers to allegations made against Democratic Senator Al Franken of Minnesota that he kissed and groped American model and sports commentator Leeann Tweeden in 2006 without her consent. She provided a photo of Franken touching her chest while she was asleep. Franken apologized and called the photograph an embarrassing joke, and welcomed an investigation by the Senate Ethics Committee.

    History

    On November 16th, 2017, model and sports commentator Leeann Tweeden posted her story to KABC[1] of Franken allegedly kissing her in 2006 as part of a comedy sketch against her will, then later touching her breasts as she was asleep on an airplane. The pair were together on a USO tour to entertain troops overseas. Franken had written a sketch where he kissed Tweeden and insisted that the two rehearse it. After several rejections, Tweeden allowed the kiss to be rehearsed, at which point Tweeden says “(Franken) came at me, put his hand on the back of my head, mashed his lips against mine and aggressively stuck his tongue in my mouth.” On the flight home, Franken was photographed touching Tweeden’s breasts and smiling at the camera (shown below). The incidents came before Franken was elected to the Senate in 2008.



    Developments

    After the article was released, Franken said in a statement towards reporters, “I certainly don’t remember the rehearsal for the skit in the same way, but I send my sincerest apologies to Leeann. As to the photo, it was clearly intended to be funny but wasn’t. I shouldn’t have done it.”[2] Immediately, Twitter users and journalists called upon Franken to resign. Slate[3] published an article demanding Franken immediately resign if Democrats wanted any credibility when it came to sexual assault and harassment cases. Many Twitter users echoed the sentiment; for example, journalist Eve Peyser[4] called on Franken to resign in a tweet that gained over 300 retweets and 980 likes (shown below, left). Twitter user @joelpollak[5] did the same in a tweet that gained over 530 retweets and 670 likes (shown below, right).



    Meanwhile, politicians on both the left and right denounced Franken’s actions. New York Democratic Senator Kirsten Gillibrand said she was “deeply disturbed” by the allegations and that she believed the accuser.[6] Democrat Patty Murray of Washington said

    “This is unacceptable behavior and extremely disappointing. I am glad Al came out and apologized, but that doesn’t reverse what he’s done or end the matter. I support an ethics committee investigation into these accusations and I hope this latest example of the deep problems on this front spurs continued action to address it.”

    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, a Kentucky Republican, said in a statement that the Senate Ethics Committee should review the matter (shown below).[7]

    “As with all credible allegations of sexual harassment or assault, I believe the Ethics Committee should review the matter. I hope the Democratic Leader will join me on this. Regardless of party, harassment and assault are completely unacceptable -- in the workplace or anywhere else.”

    This statement prompted Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, himself undergoing media scrutiny for sexual misconduct with teenage girls, to accuse McConnell of hypocrisy.



    Franken released a second, much longer statement hours after his first statement.[8] In the second statement (shown below), Franken apologized to Tweeden, said there was no excuse for the picture, and voiced his support for an Ethics Committee investigation into his actions.

    “The first thing I want to do is apologize: to Leeann, to everyone else who was part of that tour, to everyone who has worked for me, to everyone I represent, and to everyone who counts on me to be an ally and supporter and champion of women. There’s more I want to say, but the first and most important thing--and if it’s the only thing you care to hear, that’s fine--is: I’m sorry.

    “I respect women. I don’t respect men who don’t. And the fact that my own actions have given people a good reason to doubt that makes me feel ashamed.

    “But I want to say something else, too. Over the last few months, all of us--including and especially men who respect women--have been forced to take a good, hard look at our own actions and think (perhaps, shamefully, for the first time) about how those actions have affected women.

    “For instance, that picture. I don’t know what was in my head when I took that picture, and it doesn’t matter. There’s no excuse. I look at it now and I feel disgusted with myself. It isn’t funny. It’s completely inappropriate. It’s obvious how Leeann would feel violated by that picture. And, what’s more, I can see how millions of other women would feel violated by it--women who have had similar experiences in their own lives, women who fear having those experiences, women who look up to me, women who have counted on me.

    “Coming from the world of comedy, I’ve told and written a lot of jokes that I once thought were funny but later came to realize were just plain offensive. But the intentions behind my actions aren’t the point at all. It’s the impact these jokes had on others that matters. And I’m sorry it’s taken me so long to come to terms with that.

    “While I don’t remember the rehearsal for the skit as Leeann does, I understand why we need to listen to and believe women’s experiences.

    “I am asking that an ethics investigation be undertaken, and I will gladly cooperate.

    “And the truth is, what people think of me in light of this is far less important than what people think of women who continue to come forward to tell their stories. They deserve to be heard, and believed. And they deserve to know that I am their ally and supporter. I have let them down and am committed to making it up to them.”

    Later that day, The Hill[18] reported that Tweeden accepted his apology. She said, “The apology, sure I accept it, yes. People make mistakes and of course he knew he made a mistake. So yes I do accept that apology. There’s no reason why I shouldn’t accept his apology. People make mistakes. I’m not calling for him to step down. That’s not my place to say that.”

    The allegations and reactions were covered by The New York Times,[9]CNN,[2] Fox News,[10] and more. On Reddit, a thread about the allegations posted to /r/politics[12] gained over 21,000 upvotes and a link to the same article in /r/television[13] gained 5,600 upvotes. A thread in /r/news[14] gained over 3,000 upvotes. Tweeden stated that she did not think Franken should resign, but was open to changing her mind if more people stepped forward.[11]

    Lesley Stahl Tape

    On the night allegations were made public, President Donald Trump tweeted[15] about the controversy. He wrote, “The Al Frankenstien picture is really bad, speaks a thousand words. Where do his hands go in pictures 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 while she sleeps? ….. .And to think that just last week he was lecturing anyone who would listen about sexual harassment and respect for women. Lesley Stahl tape?” The tweets (shown below) received more than 18,000 retweets and 70,000 likes each.



    The “Lesley Stahl Tape” that Trump is referring to is an unproduced sketch that Franken pitched for Saturday Night Live. In a cover story on the show for the March 13th, 1995 issue of New York magazine,[16] Franken, then a writer for the show, was quoted pitching a sketch about the news magazine series 60 Minutes, which Stalh is a journalist for. He said, “And, ‘I give the pills to Lesley Stahl. Then, when Lesley’s passed out, I take her to the closet and rape her.’ Or, ‘That’s why you never see Lesley until February.’ Or, ‘When she passes out, I put her in various positions and take pictures of her.’”

    In a May 2017, New York Times[17] article about Franken, the Senator said of the joke, “I wasn’t sorry that I had written Porn-o-Rama [another controversial joke] or pitched that stupid Lesley Stahl joke at 2 in the morning. I was just doing my job.”

    Franken Staffers’ Response

    On November 17th, a group of seven female staffers for Franken came forward to defend the senator.[19] They said in a joint statement:

    “Many of us spent years working for Senator Franken in Minnesota and Washington. In our time working for the senator, he treated us with the utmost respect. He valued our work and our opinions and was a champion for women in both the legislation he supported and in promoting women to leadership roles in our offices.”

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    Al Franken Sexual Misconduct Allegations refers to allegations made against Democratic Senator Al Franken of Minnesota that he kissed and groped American model and sports commentator Leeann Tweeden in 2006 without her consent. She provided a photo of Franken touching her chest while she was asleep. Franken apologized and called the photograph an embarrassing joke, and welcomed an investigation by the Senate Ethics Committee.

    History

    On November 16th, 2017, model and sports commentator Leeann Tweeden posted her story to KABC[1] of Franken allegedly kissing her in 2006 as part of a comedy sketch against her will, then later touching her breasts as she was asleep on an airplane. The pair were together on a USO tour to entertain troops overseas. Franken had written a sketch where he kissed Tweeden and insisted that the two rehearse it. After several rejections, Tweeden allowed the kiss to be rehearsed, at which point Tweeden says “(Franken) came at me, put his hand on the back of my head, mashed his lips against mine and aggressively stuck his tongue in my mouth.” On the flight home, Franken was photographed touching Tweeden’s breasts and smiling at the camera (shown below). The incidents came before Franken was elected to the Senate in 2008.


    Famous picture of Al Franken touching Leeann Tweeden's breasts as she sleeps on a plane as he smiles for the camera

    Developments

    After the article was released, Franken said in a statement towards reporters, “I certainly don’t remember the rehearsal for the skit in the same way, but I send my sincerest apologies to Leeann. As to the photo, it was clearly intended to be funny but wasn’t. I shouldn’t have done it.”[2] Immediately, Twitter users and journalists called upon Franken to resign. Slate[3] published an article demanding Franken immediately resign if Democrats wanted any credibility when it came to sexual assault and harassment cases. Many Twitter users echoed the sentiment; for example, journalist Eve Peyser[4] called on Franken to resign in a tweet that gained over 300 retweets and 980 likes (shown below, left). Twitter user @joelpollak[5] did the same in a tweet that gained over 530 retweets and 670 likes (shown below, right).


    Tweet of the famous picture by Eve Payser calling on Al Franken to resignTweet by user @joelpollak calling on Franken to resign because of the picture

    Meanwhile, politicians on both the left and right denounced Franken’s actions. New York Democratic Senator Kirsten Gillibrand said she was “deeply disturbed” by the allegations and that she believed the accuser.[6] Democrat Patty Murray of Washington said

    “This is unacceptable behavior and extremely disappointing. I am glad Al came out and apologized, but that doesn’t reverse what he’s done or end the matter. I support an ethics committee investigation into these accusations and I hope this latest example of the deep problems on this front spurs continued action to address it.”

    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, a Kentucky Republican, said in a statement that the Senate Ethics Committee should review the matter (shown below).[7]

    “As with all credible allegations of sexual harassment or assault, I believe the Ethics Committee should review the matter. I hope the Democratic Leader will join me on this. Regardless of party, harassment and assault are completely unacceptable -- in the workplace or anywhere else.”

    This statement prompted Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, himself undergoing media scrutiny for sexual misconduct with teenage girls, to accuse McConnell of hypocrisy.


    tweet by Judge Roy Moore pointing out the double standard against him with sexual allegations

    Franken released a second, much longer statement hours after his first statement.[8] In the second statement (shown below), Franken apologized to Tweeden, said there was no excuse for the picture, and voiced his support for an Ethics Committee investigation into his actions.

    “The first thing I want to do is apologize: to Leeann, to everyone else who was part of that tour, to everyone who has worked for me, to everyone I represent, and to everyone who counts on me to be an ally and supporter and champion of women. There’s more I want to say, but the first and most important thing--and if it’s the only thing you care to hear, that’s fine--is: I’m sorry.

    “I respect women. I don’t respect men who don’t. And the fact that my own actions have given people a good reason to doubt that makes me feel ashamed.

    “But I want to say something else, too. Over the last few months, all of us--including and especially men who respect women--have been forced to take a good, hard look at our own actions and think (perhaps, shamefully, for the first time) about how those actions have affected women.

    “For instance, that picture. I don’t know what was in my head when I took that picture, and it doesn’t matter. There’s no excuse. I look at it now and I feel disgusted with myself. It isn’t funny. It’s completely inappropriate. It’s obvious how Leeann would feel violated by that picture. And, what’s more, I can see how millions of other women would feel violated by it--women who have had similar experiences in their own lives, women who fear having those experiences, women who look up to me, women who have counted on me.

    “Coming from the world of comedy, I’ve told and written a lot of jokes that I once thought were funny but later came to realize were just plain offensive. But the intentions behind my actions aren’t the point at all. It’s the impact these jokes had on others that matters. And I’m sorry it’s taken me so long to come to terms with that.

    “While I don’t remember the rehearsal for the skit as Leeann does, I understand why we need to listen to and believe women’s experiences.

    “I am asking that an ethics investigation be undertaken, and I will gladly cooperate.

    “And the truth is, what people think of me in light of this is far less important than what people think of women who continue to come forward to tell their stories. They deserve to be heard, and believed. And they deserve to know that I am their ally and supporter. I have let them down and am committed to making it up to them.”

    Later that day, The Hill[18] reported that Tweeden accepted his apology. She said, “The apology, sure I accept it, yes. People make mistakes and of course he knew he made a mistake. So yes I do accept that apology. There’s no reason why I shouldn’t accept his apology. People make mistakes. I’m not calling for him to step down. That’s not my place to say that.”

    The allegations and reactions were covered by The New York Times,[9]CNN,[2] Fox News,[10] and more. On Reddit, a thread about the allegations posted to /r/politics[12] gained over 21,000 upvotes and a link to the same article in /r/television[13] gained 5,600 upvotes. A thread in /r/news[14] gained over 3,000 upvotes. Tweeden stated that she did not think Franken should resign, but was open to changing her mind if more people stepped forward.[11]

    Lesley Stahl Tape

    On the night allegations were made public, President Donald Trump tweeted[15] about the controversy. He wrote, “The Al Frankenstien picture is really bad, speaks a thousand words. Where do his hands go in pictures 2, 3, 4, 5 & 6 while she sleeps? ….. .And to think that just last week he was lecturing anyone who would listen about sexual harassment and respect for women. Lesley Stahl tape?” The tweets (shown below) received more than 18,000 retweets and 70,000 likes each.


    Tweet by @realdonaldtrump questioning where Al Franken's hands are in the 2nd thru 6th pictures that you didn't seeTrump tweet questioning about the Lesley Stahl Tapes

    The “Lesley Stahl Tape” that Trump is referring to is an unproduced sketch that Franken pitched for Saturday Night Live. In a cover story on the show for the March 13th, 1995 issue of New York magazine,[16] Franken, then a writer for the show, was quoted pitching a sketch about the news magazine series 60 Minutes, which Stalh is a journalist for. He said, “And, ‘I give the pills to Lesley Stahl. Then, when Lesley’s passed out, I take her to the closet and rape her.’ Or, ‘That’s why you never see Lesley until February.’ Or, ‘When she passes out, I put her in various positions and take pictures of her.’”

    In a May 2017, New York Times[17] article about Franken, the Senator said of the joke, “I wasn’t sorry that I had written Porn-o-Rama [another controversial joke] or pitched that stupid Lesley Stahl joke at 2 in the morning. I was just doing my job.”

    Franken Staffers’ Response

    On November 17th, a group of seven female staffers for Franken came forward to defend the senator.[19] They said in a joint statement:

    “Many of us spent years working for Senator Franken in Minnesota and Washington. In our time working for the senator, he treated us with the utmost respect. He valued our work and our opinions and was a champion for women in both the legislation he supported and in promoting women to leadership roles in our offices.”

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  • 11/20/17--07:22: Triple Gay
  • About

    Triple Gay refers to an image macro of Cuphead from the Cuphead video game pointing downwards with the caption “The person below triple gay,” implying that in a social media feed, the person whose post is below the Cuphead image macro is “triple gay.” After spreading on social media, it exploitable edits began appearing primarily on Instagram and Tumblr

    Origin

    While origins for the image are unclear, Meme Documentation[1] cites Instagram as the likely first place where the image appeared. One of the earliest posts to feature the image was posted October 23rd, 2017 by honk.mp3,[2] though the user acknowledges “#stolen” in the image’s tags.



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    [1]Meme Documentation – Explained: triple gay meme

    [2]Instagram – honk.mp3


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  • 11/20/17--09:07: Sean Hannity
  • About

    Sean Hannity is an American conservative talk show host and political commentator, known for his work on the Fox News network. Since coming the station, he has been criticized for reporting unsubstantiated allegations towards various political figures, which has led to some consider him a “conspiracy theorist.”

    History

    Sean Hannity was born in New York City, New York on December 30th, 1961. After high school, Hannity dropped out of New York University and Adelphi University, before starting his first radio talk show at UC Santa Barbara, which was canceled after less than a year.

    After several years of working as a conservative radio broadcast, Roger Ailes hired Hannity to host Hannity & Colmes, a news talk show starring the conservative Hannity and liberal Alan Colmes. In 2008, Alan Colmes left the series and Hannity was given his own show, Hannity.

    During this time, Hannity continued to work on radio, first at WABC, as the afternoon host from 1998 to 2013, and then WOR starting in 2013.[1][2]

    Throughout his career, he has authored three books: Let Freedom Ring: Winning the War of Liberty over Liberalism, Deliver Us from Evil: Defeating Terrorism, Despotism, and Liberalism and Conservative Victory: Defeating Obama’s Radical Agenda.

    Reputation

    Hannity’s brash reporting and commentating style has led to him being consdiered one of the foremost extreme conservative talk show hosts in America. On liberalism, he has said:[3]

    “There has never been a greater choice for the American people than we have now. Modern liberalism seems to have forgotten the fact that if America hadn’t paid the price, blood, sweat and hard work and the financial burden, we wouldn’t have freedom in the world.

    “I have liberal friends. They are misguided, they are wrong. I disagree with them. I don’t want them to vote. I want them to go on vacation in November. They can move in next door. We can play tennis. We can play golf. Our kids can play together. We can go out to dinner -- I know I will probably pay. And, you know, I just don’t want them in power.”

    Hannity has been compared to other conservative hosts such as Bill O’Reilly and Rush Limbaugh. In 2002, Publicist Rusty Cawley called him “the Pepsi to Rush’s Coke.”[2]

    In 2009, Talkers Magazine[4] ranked him #2 in a list of the 100 most important radio talk show hosts in America.

    The Washington Post said of Hannity’s values:

    “What Hannity has stood for -- at least for the past couple of years -- is Trump. Rival TV host Joe Scarborough calls him Trump’s lap dog.”

    Criticism

    Many of criticized Hannity for promoting various unsubstatiated claims and conspiracy theories. In the past he has been known to promote the Birther Movement, the murder of Seth Rich, claims of election fraud, the deep state, Sharia Law, and various unsubstantiated claims against Hilary Clinton, including Uranium One. He’s also one of the few media personalities to support the seante candidacy Roy Moore, following numerous allegations of sexual misconduct with minors. Additionally, he has described climate change as “phony science from the left.”

    Of these various controversies, the Washington Post[5] described him as “repeatedly embraces storylines that prove to be inaccurate.” Vox[6] has called him “the media’s top conspiracy theorist.”

    Personal Life

    Hannity married Jill Rhodes in 1993. The couple have had two children together.

    Related Memes

    #FireHannity

    #FireHannity is a hashtag campaign to have Fox News Reporter and TV Host Sean Hannity fired from Fox News for spreading misinformation to favor the Donald Trump administration, particularly with regards to Seth Rich’s Death.

    Keurig Boycott

    Keurig Boycott refers to an online campaign against the coffeemaker company Keurig after the brand withdrew advertisements from the Fox News show Hannity in response to host Sean Hannity’s speculated that sexual misconduct allegations against Alabama district attorney Roy Moore could be politically motivated.

    Sean Hannity’s Hillary Clinton Web of Corruption

    Sean Hannity’s Hillary Clinton Web of Corruption refers to a series of photoshopped images and image macros based on a segment from the Fox News commentary show Hannity, in which host Sean Hannity presented a web of corrupt activities that lead to Hillary Clinton. Online, people mocked Hannity and the image for propagating conspiracy theories.



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  • 11/20/17--09:26: Charles Manson
  • About

    Charles Manson was the leader of the Manson Family cult who was convicted of first-degree murder and conspiracy to commit murder of seven people.

    Online History

    On October 6th, 2007, YouTuber eugenmachine uploaded footage of Manson dancing during a prison interview dubbed with the 1970 Manson Family folk rock song “Give Your Love” (shown below).



    On December 17th, 2007, YouTuber crusher8576 uploaded a video titled “Charles Manson’s Epic Question,” in which Manson mumbles incoherently (shown below, left). On July 9th, 2008, YouTuber brunobliss uploaded a video titled “Charles Manson’s Epic Answer,” in which Manson rapidly makes various bizarre facial expressions before referring to himself as “nobody” during an interview in prison (shown below, right). Within nine years, the video gained over 13.9 million views and 23,400 comments.



    On November 9th, 2011, YouTuber Univerbal uploaded a video of Manson dancing during an interview dubbed with the 2011 pop song “Party Rock” by LMFAO (shown below, left). On July 30th, 2013, YouTuber Dale Hensley uploaded a montage of Manson interview clips titled “The Best of Charles Manson” (shown below, right).



    Illness and Death

    In January 2017, Manson was sent to the Mercy Hospital in Bakersfield, California for gastrointestinal bleeding. On January 6th, TMZ[3] reported that Manson’ doctors determined he was “too weak” for surgery. On November 19th, Manson died of natural causes at the Mercy Hospital.

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    Ivanka Trump’s Thanksgiving Table Centerpiece refers to a decoration suggested by Ivanka Trump for the holiday season. The decoration, a giant shell which she suggests filling with different decorations depending on the season, was mocked online as many people found it ugly.

    Origin

    On November 16th, 2017, designer Allison Domonoske wrote an article for Ivankatrump.com[1] featuring several tips for decorating for the holiday season. One of her suggestions was a giant shell she filled with holiday decorations which can change based on the season. Domonoske writes:

    I wanted a centerpiece that could stay on the kitchen island and last without going out of style. I’ve kept this huge antique shell for about three years and they’re everywhere right now in home décor. When it’s time for Christmas or Hanukkah, you can switch out the pumpkins for another accent. Last year, I filled the entire clam shell with tiny pink and turquoise ornaments.



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  • 11/20/17--11:38: That's Pussy Babe!
  • About

    That’s Pussy Babe! is a phrasal meme popular on Tumblr that grew from a popular text post into a snowclone.

    Origin

    On July 22nd, 2017, Tumblr user dreamtwee[1] reblogged a post by gushergirl that read “what’s the pink they put in pink lemonade that makes it so poppin” with the answer “that’s pussy babe!” The post gained over 163,000 notes (shown below).



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    [1]Tumblr – dreamtwee


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  • 11/20/17--11:40: Weakness Disgusts Me
  • About

    Weakness Disgusts Me is an image macro series based on shot from the animeNartuto. The shot of the character Madara saying “Weakness Disgusts Me” is usually captioned by something characterizing another’s failures.

    Origin

    The moment comes from episode 323 of Naruto: Shippūden, which first aired in Japan on August 1st, 2013.[1] In a scene, Madara mocks the characters the 5 Kages, by claiming that they are too weak to destroy him. To this he said, “Weakness disgusts me.”



    On October 1st, 2013, a shot from the episode in which Madara says the line was posted by Tumblr[2] user theonlystefers. The post (shown below) received more than 80 notes in four years.



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  • 11/20/17--12:19: What Is an Extreme Sport?
  • About

    What Is an Extreme Sport? is a series of joke tweets providing various examples of comically difficult tasks posted in response to a query asking for examples of an “extreme sport.”

    Origin

    On November 5th, 2017, Twitter user @Mandac5[1] tweeted “What is an extreme sport?”, leading user @collin_ahmad[2] to respond with the joke “apartheid” (shown below). Within two weeks, @Mandac5’s original tweet received upwards of 1,700 likes and 300 retweets, along with numerous other joke responses.



    Spread

    On November 6th, 2017, Twitter user @Spotlight6800[9] replied to @Mandac5’s tweet with the quip “Raw sex while she’s ovulating” (shown below). Over the next two weeks, the post gained over 41,100 likes and 18,700 retweets.



    On November 7th, Twitter user @lolzdonz[7] replied to the tweet with the joke “Changing your bed sheets by yourself” (shown below, left). The same day, Twitter user @unpleasantbabe[6] tweeted a joke about rapidly finding a “meme/gif to send in your group chat before somebody else says something” (shown below, right). Over the next 13 days, the tweet gathered more than 209,200 and 144,000 likes respectively.



    On November 8th, a screenshot of @Spotlight6800’s tweet wqas submitted to /r/BlackPeopleTwitter.[10] On November 9th, Twitter user @amazaleax[4] replied to @Mandac5’s tweet with the joke “Doing your homework while the teacher is collecting it” (shown below). On November 15th, the @worldstar[5] Twitter feed reposted a screenshot of @amazaleax’s tweet.



    On November 19th, the internet humor blog Smosh[3] published a listicle highlighting notable responses to the tweet.

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    Taught Me It Was Okay To Be Weird is a phrasal meme popular on Twitter in which people parody heartfelt tributes to celebrities that read “X taught me it was okay to be weird” by applying the phrase to unfitting subjects.

    Origin

    The phrase “X taught me it was okay to be weird” first appeared on Twitter on May 16th, 2013 when Twitter user @aquariusdreamer[1] used it referring to Gonzo the Muppet.

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    Free Art Copypasta, also known as Massive Mistake, refers to a copypasta born from a Twitter DM conversation where an anonymous user asked MamaMolidae if they could have a collage made for them for free. After being denied, the user resorted to sending a hilariously verbose threat. After the DMs got leaked, many users began mocking the threat, using it as a joke response to relatively harmless situations.

    Origin

    On November 19th, 2017, MamaMolidaetweeted out the DMs she had received from the anon, with the caption "These are probably the worst “make me art” messages I have ever gotten" (pictured below). Under 24 hours later, the tweet has over 15,000 retweets and 35,000 favourites.



    Spread

    Shortly after being tweeted out, many people started quoting the copypasta; using it in various mundane situations (shown below).







    The copypasta has also began to be brought into other types of media, such as this video by Youtube user red haired soccer alien, where the original post has been put into text-to-speech.


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  • 11/20/17--17:34: The Onion Pill
  • About
    The Onion Pill is a meme based on Iranian Studies on testosterone increases on rats with the consumption of onions. http://www.fitnessandpower.com/nutrition/onions-can-significantly-increase-testosterone-levels
    http://www.ergo-log.com/onionjuice.html
    https://mysupremacy.com/natural-testosterone-booster/
    Origin
    On 11/18/2017 a user on 4chan’s /fit/ board posted this thread about the effects of onions in increasing testosterone in rats. The thread quickly blew up and reached over 300 replies before it reached the bump limit.
    Spread
    Within a day there was half a dozen threads on the 4chan /pol/ board discussing this phenomena, and over a dozen threads on the whole of 4chan, with various memes being created on the topic.

    As this occurred, a conservative media reporter for TheHill reported on his twitter about this occurrence.


    The following day, the Lifehacker website reported on this meme, warning people not to fall for it.

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  • 11/20/17--20:31: Live Wedding Bands Essex
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  • 11/20/17--23:09: But
  • About

    The word “but” was a word, used in YouTube remixes and memes, most notably, “We are number one but……….” Which is a flagship meme. in just a few years however, the Bag Raiders hit “Shooting Stars” and the Smash Mouth hit “All Star”. even as far as meme covers, remixes.

    Origin

    From Middle English but, buten, boute, bouten, from Old English būtan (which means “out of, outside of, off, round about, except, without, all but, but only, besides, in addition to, in spite of, except that, save, but, only, unless, save that, if only, provided that, outside”), equivalent to be- +‎ out. Cognate with Scots but, bot (which means “outside, without, but”), Saterland Frisian buute (which means “without”), West Frisian bûten (which means “outside of, apart from, other than, except, but”), Dutch buiten (which means “outside”), German Low German buuten, buute (which means “outside”), Dutch Low Saxon buten (which means “outside”). Compare bin, about.

    Spread

    In 2016, a Maltese YouTuber, grandayy uploaded “We are number one but memes” in each videos, then was followed by more YouTubers about 11 months ago, the other memes, including “Shooting Stars but…….”, and “All Star but………”

    Even as far as Replacement remixes called “but every time” or “but everytime” which is a meme, YouTube user “Talking Nonsense”, uploading his first video, entitled “PPAP but every time they say pen it gets bass boosted”. See below

    Since 2007, the Filipino-American cartoon “The Nutshack” used in video called “The Nutshack but…….” .


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  • 11/21/17--02:37: Asterix(and Obelix)
  • About

    Asterix(aka The Adventures of Asterix) is a series started from French comic. It portrays adventures of Gauls, mainly Asterix himself, his friend Obelix. Described events happen in 50 BC, as Gauls resist Roman invasion. Almost all Gaul fell, but one village held because their druid could brew potion greatly increasing villager’s strength.

    Origin

    Series first appeared in french magazine named Pilote on 29 October 1959.[2] It was written by René Goscinny and illustrated by Albert Uderzo. In 1961 first book was finished and titled Asterix the Gaul.

    Spread

    First book sold 6000 copies in the year of piblication, second one sold 20000 copies, third 40000 and fourth sold 150000. Ninth book sold 1.2kk copies in only 2 days. As the result of success 9 cartoons, 4 films, board games and more than 20 videogames.

    Reception

    Popularity resulted in big influence on the culture. French satelites were named in honor of Asterix and Obelix[1], Asterix and Obelix are official mascots of 2017 Ice Hockey Championship, Google had Asterix Doodle. They also appeared on the cover of Time.

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  • 11/18/17--08:01: Jarda Kovář
  • Jarda Kovář
    Jarda Kovář is a czech guy that is known as the businessman that has never succeeded.
    At 2011 He started with making fake pages about his magic things he can do as Reiki mister and Reiki Magician.
    He didnt succeeded with that.
    After that he goied to youtube. he maked videos with an puppet named Standa Burák. after he didnt with this content succeeded he started making videos with funny stories also with that he didnt succeeded then he started making video about his new project named Jarda Gump that was project about him and tour throught czech republic.
    Youtuber Known as Pstruh103 released secrets about him and Jarda falled to be unknown.


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