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  • 11/28/17--09:53: Yellow Shirt Guy
  • Yellow Shirt Guy is the nickname given to speedrunner Blueglass, who during “Awesome Games Done Quick” during 2013, caught attention of twitch viewers who singled him out based on his eccentric appearance and mannerisms.


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  • 11/30/17--04:10: EatThatPussy445
  • About

    EatThatPussy445 is a meme that’s origin is unknown(Most likely twitter), but has been used serveral times in video remixes. The original verson is a 23 second clip about a man bragging about his body parts as follows:

    Good evening Twitter, this is your boy EatThatPussy445, and about like 30 to 45 minutes ago, I beat the fuck out of my dick so goddamn hard that I can’t even feel my left leg, my left leg has went totally numb. And, my dick has also went totally numb to the point where it feels fucking weird when I go and take a piss

    As stated earlier, it also has been transformed in many ways. With some of them being used in “dank meme” vine compilations

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    About

    People Who Watch Rick and Morty is a multi-pane image macros series that uses characters from SpongeBob SquarePants, particularly an image oh SpongeBob in glasses, to express the perceived and frequently mocked pretentiousness of fans of the animated sitcom Rick and Morty.

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    Slobodan Praljak’s Courtroom Suicide refers to the death of former Croatian general Slobodan Praljak, who drank poison in The Hague after judges upheld his 20-year prison sentence for war crimes and crimes humanity related to Croatia’s involvement in the 1992-1995 Bosnian conflict. The moment was captured on film and images of Praljak’s suicide began spreading online shortly after, leading some to use the image as a reaction image in memes.

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  • 11/28/17--12:06: Gay Nativity Scene
  • About

    Gay Nativity Scene refers to a series of jokes, references and reactions to picture of a Christmas Nativity Scene featuring two Josephs, the father of Jesus Christ.

    Background

    On November 23rd, 2017, comedian Cameron Espoisto tweeted[1] a picture of her neighbor’s nativity scene, which featured two Josephs wearing pink outfits. She captioned the post (shown below), “Our neighbors’ two Joseph nativity is up & I’m beaming 🎄👬.” Within five days, the post received more than 3,200 retweets and 22,000 likes.


    Tweet by Cameron Espoisto of her neigbors two Josephes gay nativity scene

    Precursor

    The Daily Mail newspaper has reported on several gay nativity scenes. In December 2012, the outlet[5] published an article on a homosexual nativity scene that was called “sacralidge” in Columbia (shown below, left).

    On December 19th, 2016, the Daily Mail[6] reported that tree ornaments featuring “gay nativity” scenes were being denounced by Christian groups (shown below, right).



    Development

    Most people responded to Esposito’s tweet positively. Twitter[2] user @Rogue_Mrs. Lady tweeted a picture of a nativity featuring two Marys. She captioned the post (shown below, left) “Here’s my gaytivity scene with 2 Marys. ❤️.” Twitter[3] user @tindillpickle tweeted a picture (shown below, right) of Jesus with the caption “Jesus Had Two Dads and He Turned Out Alright.”



    On November 28th, Facebook[4] user Bishop Thomas J. Tobin posted a picture of the nativity with a captioning denouncing the scene. He wrote, “A Gay Nativity? Just came across this photo of a “gay nativity” scene -- two Josephs dressed in pink watching over the Christ Child. How sad that someone believes it’s okay (or funny or cool) to impose their own agenda on the holy Birth of Jesus. Pray for those who did so, for their change of heart, and that Jesus will forgive this sacrilege, this attack on the Christian Faith.” The post (shown below) received more than 170 reactions, 50 comments and 50 shares in five hours.



    Media Coverage

    Several media outlets covered the gay nativity scene, including Mashable,[7] Refinery29,[8] Logo[9] and more.

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    “Words Can’t Hurt Me These Shades Are Gucci” is a catchphrase associated with characters wearing sunglasses.

    Origin

    The original image comes from the fifth episode of the 1992 anime series Yu Yu Hakusho, first aired on November 7th. In the episode, main character Yusuke Urameshi walks down the street while wearing sunglasses.




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  • 11/30/17--10:29: OMG His First Word
  • About

    OMG His First Word is a series of four-panel exploitables in which a mother awaits her son’s first words only to be disappointed by them.

    Origin

    The earliest known use of the format was posted on FunnyJunk[1] by FunnyJunk user aznzeus. In the first panel, the baby is saying “A…AS…” The adjacent panel sees a mother holding the baby and saying, “Oh my god his first word.” The third panel shows the baby saying, “Asuka best waifu.” The final panel shows the mother looking at the baby distraught. The comic (shown below) has received more than 11,000 times as of November 2017.



    Spread

    On September 6th, 2016, Imgur[4] user DrunkAzSkunk posted a variation with the words “Did you just assume my gender.” The post (shown below, right) received more than 300 views as of November 2017.

    In February 2017, Imgflip user Beyonder posted a variation with the words “Tyranosaurus Rex didn’t have feathers.” The post (shown below, center) received more than 890 views in less than a year.

    On November 27th, 2017, an anonymous 9GAG[2] user posted a variation in which the baby says, “MM/DD/YYYY.” The post (shown below, right) received more than 14,000 points.



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    The Risk I Took Was Calculated refers to an image macro drawing of a bird with the caption “The risk I took was calculated, but man, am I bad at math.” After spreading online, the image inspired some exploitable variations and the text was applied to other contexts.

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  • 11/30/17--12:02: Thanos' Hat
  • About

    Thanos’ Hat is a series of photoshopped images of the character Thanos from the Marvel film Avengers: Infinity War wearing an assortment of hats.

    Origin

    On July 20th, 2017, Twitter[1] user @witchgxrl tweeted, “👏 WHERE👏 THE👏 MOTHERFUCKING👏 TRAILER👏 AT? (and where thanos hat?) 👏” The post captioned a picture of Thanos without his classic helmet from a poster for the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War film.



    Four months later, on November 28th, 2017, the first trailer for the film premiered, giving fans their first look at Thanos without the headgear. The video (shown below) received more than 47 million views on YouTube[2] within 24 hours.



    Spread

    Shortly after the video was posted, Twitter[3] user @kibblesmith tweeted a series of pictures of various Marvel characters not wearing their trademark helmets, which he refers to as “little hats.” The final tweet (shown below, left) featured Thanos with the caption, “AVENGERS: THESEARCHFOR THANOS’ LITTLEHAT.” The post received more than 100 retweets and 800 likes in 24 hours.

    People responded to the tweet with various jokes, including photoshops of Thanos with different hats on (examples below, center and right).

    That day, Twitter[4] published a Moments page regarding the response to the trailer and the hat. Several media outlets including ComicBook.com,[5] The AV Club[6] and more published lists of people talking about the hat.



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  • 11/30/17--12:04: Nu-male
  • About

    Nu-male is an internet slang term referring to men and boys who do not conform to traditional masculine gender roles. Online, the term is often used as a pejorative in a similar fashion to “beta male,” “cuck” or “soy boy”.

    Origin



    Spread

    On December 18th, 2015, an anonymous 4chan user submitted a photograph of a bearded man wearing glasses along with the question “Is it just me or do most white male liberals look like this?” (shown below, left).[1] In response, another user replied with a collage of photographs featuring white men wearing glasses along with a definition of the term “nu-male” (shown below, right).



    On October 17th, 2016, Redditor joe1up submitted a post asking “What on earth is ‘numale’?” to /r/OutOfTheLoop,[3] to which Redditor Viraus2 responded that it was a “derogatory term for effete millennial men.”

    On April 18th, 2017, BodyBuilding Forums[2] member TheFuarkingBoss submitted a thread titled “Are you a Nu Male?”, along with a collage featuring photographs of Carl the Cuck, Phil Fish, < href=“http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/people/john-oliver”>John Oliver, Seth Rogen, Louis C.K. and John Green (shown below, left). On July 17th



    On November 11th, 2017, Redditor BasedGeisha submitted a collaga titled “Nu-Male Starter Pack” to /r/starterpacks,[4] where it received upwards of 460 points (68% upvoted) and 280 comments over the next several weeks.



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  • 11/30/17--12:41: Junji Ito
  • About

    Junji Ito is a Japanese horror manga artist known for works like Tomie, Uzumaki, Gyo, and more. In January of 2018, an anime series based off of his works will debut in Japan.

    History

    Junji Ito was born on July 31st, 1963 in Gifu Prefecture, Japan.[1] He first submitted a short story Tomie in 1987 to Gekkan Halloween, where it won the Kazuo Umezu prize. The manga appeared in Gekkan Halloween monthly from 1987 to 2000, inspiring a large cult following and several film adaptations.

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    [1]Wikipedia – Junji Ito


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  • 11/30/17--13:25: Troubled Birds
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  • 11/30/17--13:27: Squidward Tentacles
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    Squidward Tentacles is a character on the animated television series SpongeBob SquarePants. SpongeBob’s neighbor and co-worker, he’s defined by his prickly demeanor and pessimistic attitude in contrast to SpongeBob.

    Origin

    Squidward first appeared in the pilot episode of SpongeBob entitled “Help Wanted,” which aired on Nickelodeon on May 1st, 1999.[1]



    Spread

    Since 1999, Squidward has appeared in more than 340 episodes[2] of SpongeBob SquarePants, as well as various video games and films based on the character.[3]

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  • 11/30/17--13:32: Drake's Courtside Reaction
  • About

    Drake’s Courtside Reaction refers to the reaction of rapper Drake when a camera caught him sitting courtside at a home game for the NBA’s Toronto Raptors. Drake’s awkward reaction prompted Twitter users to use the clip as a reaction image.

    Origin

    On November 29th, 2017, Drake was attending a home game for the NBA’s Toronto Raptors. The in-stadium camera filmed him and showed him on the stadium’s jumbotron, to which Drake acted awkwardly. The Raptors Instagram account posted the video that night, gaining over 1.6 million views (shown below).



    Spread

    Shortly after the video was posted online, Twitter users began joking about the clip with various captions in which one might act awkwardly. User @BrooksyRadio[1] said of the clip, “When someone gives you a Christmas gift and you didn’t get them anything,” gaining over 690 retweets and 2,500 likes (shown below, left).

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    [1]Twitter – @BrooksyRadio


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  • 11/30/17--14:39: Goodest Boy
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    Goodest Boy is an internet slang term used to describe dogs, similar to doggo.

    Origin

    The earliest known usage of “goodest boy” was used as a comment to describe Jaffa on the blog Jaffa and Family.[1] On May 26th, 2007, in the post "My tongue tongue / No more crate crate, Blogspot user Putter wrote, “Jaffa! I am three and I am still in MY crate! Can you talk to my Mom … PLLLLLEEEEEAAAASSSSEEEEEE??? You are a goodest boy Jaffaman!
    Your Friend, Putter …:)” (shown below).


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  • 11/30/17--15:00: Who's A Good Boy?
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  • 12/01/17--01:59: Focused
  • Your biggest accomplishment is just beyond the horizon, fear is your biggest opponent.
    -Dr. Ivan Williams


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  • 12/01/17--02:31: Sammy Jones
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    5 Best Bodybuilding Programs To Pack On Serious Muscle!
    For anyone looking to pack a serious mass, one of their top priorities will be to determine the best training method. Here are 5 training configurations to pack in serious muscle. Learn more.
    For anyone looking to pack a serious muscle mass, one of the main priorities will be to determine what is the "Best Bodybuiding Training to Follow ":http://weighttraininghub.com/10-best-bodyweight-exercises-to-train-your-core/. There is a wide range of different trainings available, so it is important to choose the one that best suits your needs.
    It is also essential that you understand what factors contribute most to gaining lean muscle mass. A program that uses these principles will often fare better than one that does not.
    Let’s take a brief look at some of the most popular bodybuilding training configurations and identify the pros and cons of each.
    1 THE 5 X 5 PROGRAM
    The five-for-five program is one that is quite popular among those looking to gain a lot of strength and muscle mass.
    The configuration of this program is to perform three main exercises that address the main muscle groups of the body (both the lower and upper body in the same training), performing five sets of five repetitions. At the end of each training, you can add some sets of isolated exercises if you wish, but the program does not require it.
    PROS
    One of the biggest advantages of this configuration will be a greater frequency of training. Since you will stimulate so many muscle fibers every other day, you will see a very high release of testosterone, promoting a good degree of muscle mass growth.
    Most people also discover that they are hungrier while following this program, which is representative of the intense nature of it.
    CONTRAS
    The drawback of this program is that it is likely that a beginner should not jump since it will be intense and could lead to overtraining if you are not careful. It is best to have a history of lifting 3-6 months ago so you can be sure that your body is ready for this stress load.

    The second drawback of this configuration is due to the fact that it will lift weights three times a week; It does not lend so well to many other activities, such as intense sports training. If you are involved in high level athletics, it may be better to choose a slightly less demanding program so you do not feel too fatigued.
    EXAMPLE OF EXERCISE
    You will want to aim to perform the 5 X 5 protocol for the central exercises as described above and then reduce the volume for the accessory lifts.
    If you know that you are going to enter and you are someone who tends to have difficulty recovering, then maybe you want to try a 3 X 5 configuration first and see how it goes. It can be easy to train in this program if you are not careful.
    Alternate between training A and training B three times a week with at least one rest day between sessions. Try to rest 60 to 120 seconds between sets of basic exercises and 30 to 45 seconds between sets for accessory exercises.


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  • 11/30/17--04:10: EatThatPussy445
  • About

    EatThatPussy445 is a meme that’s origin is unknown(Most likely twitter), but has been used serveral times in video remixes. The original verson is a 23 second clip about a man bragging about his body parts as follows:

    Good evening Twitter, this is your boy EatThatPussy445, and about like 30 to 45 minutes ago, I beat the fuck out of my dick so goddamn hard that I can’t even feel my left leg, my left leg has went totally numb. And, my dick has also went totally numb to the point where it feels fucking weird when I go and take a piss

    As stated earlier, it also has been transformed in many ways. With some of them being used in “dank meme” vine compilations

    Various Examples

    Search Interest


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