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  • 11/29/17--12:08: Esketit
  • About

    “Esketit” is a slang term meaning “let’s get it” popularized by rapper Lil’ Pump. Audio of the rapper saying the phrase have also been used in YouTube Remix videos.

    Origin

    On March 3rd, 2016, Lil Pump released a video[1] for the song “Finesse the Pack” on YouTube. The song features the lyrics “Bitch you already know that I finessed the pack (eskeetit).” It is earliest known use of the word. As of November 2017, the video (shown below) has received more than 1.5 million views.



    Spread

    On April 8th, 2017, the YouTube account No Jumper posted a video of host Adam and Lil Pump at the mall. Upon seeing a sign for “Escada,” Adam asks Lil’ Pump what the sign says. Lil’ Pump responds, “Esketit!” The video (shown below) received more than 6.3 million views in seven months.



    Later that month, the first definition of the word appeared on Urban Dictionary. On May 8th, Urban Dictionary[5] user Issa.Jony definied it as “Rapper Lil Pump’s favorite word . A word that defines getting money.” The post (shown below) received more than 1,370 upvotes in six months.


    Urban dictionary post about the slang term esketit that was coined by the rapper lil pump

    On May 28th, 2017, Instagram[2] user KollegeKid posted a video of a side-by-side comparison of Lil’ Pump saying “esketit” and another rapper Lil’ Jay saying the phrase. Though the video does not post the dates of the videos, they allege that Lil’ Pump may have stolen the expression from Lil’ Jay. The post (shown below) has received more than 9,000 likes and 249,000 views in less than seven months.


    A post shared by Kollege Kidd (@kollegekidd) on

    On June 26th, YouTuber[6]ECM Bishes uploaded a video of the word being overdubbed into a video of Bart Simpson speaking testing megaphones. The post (shown below) received more than 33,000 views in less than six months.

    On August 27th, Redditor[3] joetheschmoe4000 posted “What does ‘esketit’ mean and where did it come from?” in the /r/OutOfTheLoop subreddit.



    Various Examples




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  • 11/29/17--13:29: Lowered 3 Octaves
  • About

    Lowered 3 Octaves is a video remix series in which audio clips are reduced several octaves and sarcastically compared to the sounds dinosaurs might have sounded like.

    Origin

    On August 19th, 2010, YouTuber Ben Gerstein uploaded a video of a sparrow in which the bird’s chirps are lowered several octaves (shown below). On November 27th, 2017, Redditor Skyzii submitted the clip to /r/videos,[1] along with the title “Bird calls lowered 3 octaves might be what dinosaurs actually sounded like. Haunting yet beautiful!” Within 48 hours, the post gathered upwards of 4,600 points (88% upvoted) and 320 comments.



    Spread

    On November 28th, Redditor Hexteque submitted a video titled “Beaglesaurus” with the description “Dog calls lowered 3 octaves might be what dinosaurs actually sounded like. Haunting yet beautiful!” to /r/videos.[2] Within 24 hours, the post gained over 23,400 points (71% upvoted) and 1,200 comments. Meanwhile, YouTuber chumacprachu uploaded a slowed clip from the music video “Big Enough” titled “Human calls lowered 3 octaves might be what dinosaurs actually sounded like. Haunting yet beautiful!” (shown below). The video subsequently reached the front page of /r/youtubehaiku.[3]



    That day, Redditor DietSeth posted a slowed video clip of singer Yoko Ono screaming during a performance at an art show with the title “Yoko Ono calls lowered 3 octaves might be what Yoko Ono dinosaurs actually sounded like. Haunting yet beautiful!” on /r/videos[4] (shown below, left). That evening, Redditor Johnnyman2001 submitted a post to /r/OutOfTheLoop[7] asking about the trending videos. On November 29th, Redditor jordijojo posted a slowed anime video titled “Loli calls lowered 3 octaves might be what jail time for dinosaurs actually sounded like. Haunting yet beautiful!”[5]



    That same day, The Daily Dot[6] published an article titled “Reddit’s ‘3 octave’ meme is here to tell you what dinosaurs sounded like.”

    Search Interest

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  • 12/01/17--07:41: RoboCop Game Boy Theme
  • About

    RoboCop Game Boy Theme refers to the theme song to the 1990 Nintendo Game Boy video game adaptation of the film RoboCop. The song’s enduring popularity has resulted in its use in advertisements, think pieces and chiptune remixes.

    Origin

    Ocean Software released the video game RoboCop for Nintendo’s Game Boy entertainment system in 1990.[1] The game was marked for its difficulty, however, developed a small, but vocal fanbase due to its theme music by Jonathan Dunn (video below, left), which eschewed the film’s theme composed by Basil Poledouris (video below, right).[2]



    Spread

    During the 1990s, the British washing machine company Ariston used the song in their advertisements. The ads were pulled shortly afterwards for rights issues.[3] On October 15th, 2006, YouTuber[4] tossrStu uploaded the advertisement to YouTube, receiving more than 16,000 views in 11 years.

    The following year, YouTuber[5] burnstar666 uploaded the video again (shown below), receiving more than 115,000 views within 10 years.



    On December 21st, 2008, the full theme was uploaded to YouTube by YouTuber[6] BlueHairKei. The video (shown below, left) received more than 380,000 views in nine years.

    The first remix available on YouTube was posted on October 18th, 2009 by CPCGamer. This verison, however, uses the Amstrad CPC console, which used the same Jonathan Dunn composition. The video (shown below, right) received more than 50,000 views.[7]



    On January 27th, 2012, YouTuber[8] Lilbpack1 uploaded a video for a song by rapper Lil B who sampled the theme. The post (shown below) received more than 149,000 views in nearly six years.

    Several media outlets covered the popularity of the theme including Kotaku, [9] The Outline,[10] The AV Club[11] and more.



    Various Examples




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    Overview

    Faze Banks Bar Brawl refers to a violent altercation in which YouTubers Ricky “Faze” Banks and Alissa Violet clashed with staff at the Barley House bar in Cleveland, Ohio. After the incident, Banks and Violet accused the bar staff of physically and sexually assaulting them prior to the bar refuting their claims with security camera footage.

    Background

    On November 26th, 2017, Banks tweeted "Some guy just hit Alissa. Watch my Snapchat, please help. Shortly after, Banks tweeted a Snapchat video in which he points at the Barley House bar and claims he was “choked” and that some “guy tried to grab my girlfriend’s ass” (shown below).




    Developments

    Barley House’s Video Response

    On November 29th, the Barley House YouTube channel released security camera footage showing Banks initiating the assault against the Barley House security guard and both Banks and Alissa Violet seemingly escalating the altercation outside of the bar (shown below). Within 48 hours, the video gathered more than 642,000 views. Additionally, the video showed multiple threats sent to staff of the bar from Banks’ fans.



    Faze Banks Response

    On November 29th, 2017, Banks uploaded a video titled “The Worst Night of Our Lives” (shown below). In the video, Banks gave his side of the story and told his viewers not to send threats to the Barley House. Within 48 hours, the video garnered upwards of 3.5 million views and comments were disabled.



    “This is when Richie (the bouncer in the restricted area) moves toward me, gets more aggressive and then ultimately grabs me and tries to shove me. In the security footage, you will see I take the first step back and I am shoved first, 100 percent. Don’t fucking touch me. He had no reason to do that. It was completely uncalled for. He pushes me, I push him back, we get into a scuffle. He ultimately gets me into a headlock and then I feel three other guys drag me up the stairs and I’m being dragged by my neck.”

    Online Reaction

    The Barley House response video subsequently reached the front page of various subreddits, including /r/JusticeServed,[1] /r/PublicFreakout,[2] /r/quityourbullshit[3] and /r/trashy,[4] with many accusing Banks and Violet of making false claims against the Barley House staff.

    On November 30th, 2017, YouTuber “Philip DeFranco”: uploaded a video discussing the incident, which gathered upwards of 868,000 views and 14,000 comments over the next 24 hours (shown below).



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Reddit – "":https://www.reddit.com/r/JusticeServed/comments/7glb7f/streamers_faze_banks_and_alissa_violet_falsely/

    [2]Reddit – "":https://www.reddit.com/r/PublicFreakout/comments/7gmlyf/streamers_faze_banks_and_alissa_violet_falsely/

    [3]Reddit – "":https://www.reddit.com/r/quityourbullshit/comments/7gmbum/faze_banks_visits_bar_downtown_cleveland_makes/

    [4]Reddit – "":https://www.reddit.com/r/trashy/comments/7gn1d1/streamers_faze_banks_and_alissa_violet_falsely/


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  • 12/01/17--11:13: The Plague Doctor
  • About

    The Plague Doctor or The Medieval Doctor is a character frequently used in green text stories and image macros based on the medical doctors who treated the boubonic plague. They are mostly known for their masks, which feature long, beak-like noses.

    Origin

    The earliest known usage of the Plague Doctor among online communities was posted on May 28th, 2009 on the Wordpress blog Creepypasta] In addition to teaching readers how to make the mask, the post also features the text: “It is not necessary to speak, just wander. Stand outside and stare into the windows of local shops while people are buying items. Stay in dimly lit areas, behind bushes or fences. Allow certain people to see you but only for a moment and find ways to dodge out of view by using the terrain or the city as your camoflauge.”



    Spread

    On September 17th, 2011, an anonmyous 4chan posted one of the earliest known Green Text Stories about the Plague Doctor. The post has since been deleted, but the following day, was posted on FunnyJunk[2] by user omgitspikachu. The post (shown below) received more than 3,200 views in six years. The following year, on May 9th, 2012, the post was shared by Facebook[3] user Useless.skin.



    Three years later, an anonymous 4chan[4] user posted another Green Text Story. The post (shown below) received more than 200 replies before deletion.



    On November 22nd, 2017, an anonymous 4chan user posted the first in a series of stories about the Plague Doctor. When posted to the /r/greentext subreddit[5] by Redditor theriftisopen12, the post received more than 12,000 points (93% upvoted) and 160 comments in less than two weeks. The stories are also archived on Imgur. [8]

    The following day, the /r/medievaldoctor[6] subreddit launched to archive the posts. As of December 2017, the story has reached 13 chapters and more than 10,000 subscribers to the subreddit.


    On November 29th, 2017, Redditor[7] TemperVOiD posted an image macro of a deep fried image of a plague doctor escaping through a window with the caption “when the leeches don’t work.” The post (shown below, left) received more than 800 points (98% upvoted) in one day.


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  • 12/01/17--12:10: Brow Crowns
  • About

    Brow Crowns are a fashion trend in which people arrange their eyebrows such that they look like a crowd and top each section with a paste-on jewel. The trend has led to a polarized response from internet commenters.

    Origin

    The brow crown was created by Instagram user Sophie Petersen (sophiepeterseen)[1] on November 19th, 2017. Her post of her brow crown gained over 12,900 likes (shown below).



    Spread

    On November 20th, 2017, Allure[2] published an article on Petersen and her creation in which Petersen reported that she had seen a lot of backlash about her brows. Two days later, the trend was covered by Metro.[3] After that article was posted to Twitter, Twitter users began commenting on the trend. While many were skeptical and expressed their displeasure, some were excited. Twitter user @imcousinralph[4] simply tweeted “Beauty trend” in quotes, expressing sarcasm (shown below, left). On the other side, Twitter user @DonovanSnaps[5] expressed that she was intrigued, asking her followers if she should try it (shown below, right). The trend was also covered by Twitter Moments[6] and The Sun.[7]



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Instagram – sophiepeterseen post

    [2]Allure – This Viral Brow Crown Is Polarizing Instagram

    [3]Metro – Brow crowns are the beauty trend you need if you want to feel like a queen
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/MetroUK | Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MetroUK/

    [4]Twitter – imcousinralph

    [5]Twitter – "@DonovanSnapshttps://twitter.com/DonovanSnaps/status/935685544121470976

    [6]Twitter Moments – Brow crowns are now a thing that exist

    [7]The Sun – HAIRYINVENTIVE Forget Christmas brows! CROWN eyebrows are the latest bonkers beauty trend sweeping Instagram


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  • 12/01/17--12:32: Pink Wojak
  • About

    Pink Wojak is a pink-tinted variation of the character Wojak often depicted with bleeding eyes used to represent those who invested heavily in bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies who some believe will be facing an imminent crash in value.

    Origin

    [Researching]

    Spread

    On June 15th, 2017, a post about a crash related to the value of the cryptocurrency ether was submitted to /biz/ along with a warped Pink Wojak screaming (shown below)



    On August 27th, a Pink Wojak thread was submitted to /x/ along with a picture of the character pointing a gun to his head while hanging himself (shown below).



    On November 21st, 2017, a Pink Wojack thread was submitted to /biz/ featuring an image depicting several Pink Wojacks riding a rollercoaster next to graphs of bitcoin fluctuations (shown below).



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Archive.is – Pink Wojak thread


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  • 12/01/17--13:16: Ugandian Lore
  • About

    Ugandian lore is a lore of Uganda. Ugandan ancestors were pygmies, Bantu tribes and Nilotic tribes. In XVIII century Bunyoro real was formed. In XVIII feudal Kingdom of Buganda was formed on the shores of Victoria lake, and in XIX century it became fairly stronk.

    Origin

    Uganda has memes. Those memes sometimes considered racist by some people.

    Pastor Lul/ZULUL

    There once was a Pastor and his name was Lul. Later he deleted his profile, but archived version still remains [1]

    Twitch has emote called LUL . Someone found evangelist website about talking bibles for africans and linked it to streamer named Sebastian Fors(aka Forsen):

    Thus meme has started. Forsen chat began spamming link to a picure shown below. If it worked then chat spammed “We won LUL”. To make it more fun chat added reference to Zulu warriors, thus ZULUL was born. The development resulted in spamming “Vi von ZULUL” instead of “We won”.

    Eat da poo poo

    Pastor doctor Martin Ssempa not only pastor doctor, but also an activist and founder of Makerere Community Church. He became famous in 2010 after expressing his view on homosexuality:

    In the video he very detaily explains bedroom entertainment of homosexual people. Then he shows presentation with 3 photos and crowd is shocked. But the most important thing is that he names shit “poo poo”.

    Launched series of remixes of Ugandian speeches:


    Who Killed Captain Alex?


    The Film Sensation From the Slums of Uganda. WHOKILLEDCAPTAINALEX. Uganda’s First Action Movie. Produced by Ramon Film Productions. Had budget of less than 200$ raised by donations. Filmed in Wakaliga.

    Became popular from trailers, good camera work and epic gun fights.

    Also notorious for very enthusiastic and artistic narrator(sometimes making sound effects, laughing or shouting), who spawned some lesser memes, such as:

    h6.Everybody in Uganda knows kung fu

    h6.Supa Soldiers

    h6.Ugandan Bruce Lee. We call hum Bruce U

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  • 12/01/17--13:18: Tower of God
  • About

    Tower of God is a mangawebcomic created by Lee Hong-jui, aka SIU (Slave. In. Utero.), and published by Naver. It follows a boy named Twenty-Fifth Bam, who has spent his life beneath a mysterious tower. After chasing his friend into the tower, he must ascend the tower, with each level providing a new challenge.

    History

    The first chapter of Tower of God was published on July 5th, 2010[1] and has run for 277 chapters as of December 1st, 2017. The story follows Twenty-Fifth Bam in his journey through the mysterious tower, which is covered in a magical substance called Shinsu which allows levels of the tower to appear in various shapes and arenas. On each level, Twenty-Fifth Bam battles with other characters in various positions: fisherman, spear-bearer, light-bearer, scout, and wave-controller.



    In 2013, Naver released a mobile role-playing game based on the series.



    Fandom

    The webtoon has grown very popular and has been translated into Japanese and English by Naver.[2] According to Tom Akel, head of Line Webtoon, the site that hosts the series, the series’ installments are read by five million people. The webtoon’s subreddit, /r/towerofgod, has over 10,000 readers.[3] The series also has a large amount of fan art posted to DeviantArt[4] (examples shown below).



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Tower of God Wiki – Chapter 1

    [2]Wikipedia – Tower of God

    [3]Reddit – /r/towerofgod

    [4]DeviantArt – #TowerOfGod


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  • 12/01/17--15:12: Bracelety Sign
  • Bracelety often holds signs due to a keen obsession with them. If you don’t know, Bracelety is a loud, hyperactive fan of Ice Cube who competes in Battle for BFDI (BFB). This image macro shows Bracelety holding a sign with any text you wish.

    Orgin

    On November 5th, 2017, a BFDI wiki user by the name of Derpyunilkitty posted Bracelety’s “holding a sign” pose without the word “ICY!” on her sign. Instead, it’s just blank. Derpy encouraged people to add wording on Bracelety’s sign.


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  • 12/01/17--16:36: Hank Hill vs Kefla
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  • 12/01/17--20:41: PiperGate
  • Piper is a star symbol of the great Habbo Raid of 2017. She gave inspiration to the brothas while the racist mods beat them down. Many people remember Piper for being there and using the hashtags #PiperGate and #NeverForgetPiper.

    Piper was first thought to be banned, as seen in the below image, but then got resurrected by the brothas and made a triumphant return. It is tradition for the brothas to follow Piper wherever she goes because she is the savior from the mean mods of Habbo.

    When people see Piper, she is viewed as a meme and MUST be followed until she leaves the room

    Piper returning to the park of the brothas is seen below

    Another image of Piper is seen below, she is sitting on the bench towards the right side of the screen wearing pink

    Piper’s profile is shown below

    Piper’s final words on that day

    After these final words, the brothas continue to search for Piper using #HuntForPiper


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    Overview

    Paladins Cards unbound controversy refers to an online backlash of Hi-Rez Studio’s latest Open Beta patch 64 for their free-to-play multiplayer shooter Paladins: Champions Of The Realm which will change the games current card loadout system into a more pay-to- win format similar to Electronic Art’s Star Wars: Battlefront 2’s card system.

    Background

    On November 29, The Paladins Youtube channel uploaded a developer update video after their OB 64 Patch notes stream announcing Cards Unbound, a new card leveling system that will replace the old card systems points distributing system into a leveling system. Players will now be required to unlock loot chests and acquire duplicates of cards in order to level them up to gain higher level buffs and stat increases. They also announced that their Casual play mode will be replaced with a quickplay mode which allows no limits on cards, while also making their ranked game mode restrict all cards to all players at level 3 regardless of a players card level. The patch is available in the public test servers for players to give feedback and allow changes for the week before the patch goes live on Wednesday December 6, 2017. Hi-Rez also announced that any purchases of the lootboxes to upgrade cards will only be purchasable with in game gold currency and not allow players to purchase it with their premium currency until they feel that the system is balanced for micro transaction purchases.


    Development

    Shortly after the announcement, the Paladins community on both The Paladins forums and the r/Paladins subreddit did not hesitate to voice out against the new changes to the card system, saying that this will cause a lot of unfair advantages to both newer and older players of the game. Paladins Cards unbound was also front paged on the r/gaming forums and has even drawn the attention of various media outlets such as IGN, PC Gamer,Kotaku, and Eurogamer, covering the whole upcoming changes to the game.

    On November 30, Youtuber KamiVS uploaded a video breaking down the amount of money, in game currency and time required in order to unlock the cards to maximum level.


    Hi-Rez has responded to the changes by slight doing re-tweaks to the system to help reduce the amount of cards needed to level up cards and to remove duplicates of cards at maximum level. However, this only caused further backlash from the community requesting that the whole system be dropped out of the game entirely before the patch goes live.

    Youtubers’ responses

    The cards unbound patch caused Regular Paladins content creators such as NuklearSharkhead (top left), Chavsberry Gaming (top right), and Joshino, (bottom left) to voice their thoughts and opinions about the upcoming changes, most of which are criticizing the developers decisions on creating a card system that strikingly resembles Battlefront 2’s card system just shortly after the Backlash EA recieved for using such a system.




    On December 2, Jim sterling released a video covering and criticizing Hi-Rez Studio as well for following the the same exploitative pay-to-win lootbox systems that other AAA companies such as EA have been using for their games.



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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. Other notable works from Ito include Uzumaki, a series about a fictional city plagued by spirals, Gyo, a story in which fish are controlled by a bacteria known as the “Death Stench,” and many more. In October of 2014, he notably illustrated the Pokémon Gengar and Banette, which was covered by Polygon.[2]



    On November 30th, 2017, smiral animation uploaded a trailer for an upcoming anime series to YouTube called Junji Ito Collection, an anthology series adapted from Ito’s works.



    Reputation

    Ito is very well known in anime and manga for his disturbing illustrations. On June 22nd, 2015, Paste Magazine[3] posted a listicle of disturbing Ito drawings. Buzzfeed[4] posted a listicle of his work on October 29th, 2017. Ito was also working on Guillermo Del Toro’s Silent Hills before the game was cancelled.

    Related Memes

    Dude Let Me In I’m A Fairy

    Dude! Let me in! I’m a fairy! is a group of various different images, usually with a characters or animals looking through a window or door, with the phrase “Dude! Let me in! I’m a fairy!” on them. The meme is based off two panels from Junji Ito’s Frankenstein where the original text has been replaced with the phrases “Dude! Let me in! I’m a Fairy!” and “Don’t you believe in fairies?”



    The Enigma of Amigara Fault / This Is My Hole

    This Is My Hole originated from the horror manga The Enigma of Amigara Fault by Junji Ito. The plot follows an earthquake which reveals several human-shaped holes on the side of a fault. As people travel to see the spectacle, they realize that the holes were specifically made for individual people. They then become hypnotized into going through their holes, emerging months later on the other side of the mountain, hideously deformed.



    Door Bursting Open / Door Slam / Gashunk

    Door Bursting Open / Door Slam / Gashunk are two exploitable images both originating from the same manga, Gyo by artist Junji Ito. Door Slam’s show someone opening a door and slamming it in fear of whatever is behind it, while Door Bursting Open shows, quite simply, something bursting though a door.



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  • 12/03/17--14:38: Christmas Time
  • Summary

    Christmas is a holiday where you celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, and get free presents and candy. It starts at every 25th of December. Home of Santa Claus

    Origin

    On December 25, 0000, Jesus Christ is born. Right now, it’s popular.


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  • 12/03/17--20:40: Tony Bamanaboni at the door
  • The “Tony Bamanaboni at the door” meme is a meme that started from Pyrocynical just like the original Tony Bamanaboni meme.

    Pyrocynical (@PyrocynicalVEVO on twitter) posted a picture with by the looks of it Tony Bamanaboni walking up to the door picture on twitter where then people took it and started replacing tony with another person, character, etc

    The meme spread pretty fast with loads of people posting pics with the caption “would you answer” just like the original tweet, some other caption or no caption at all and then people started posting memes with Tony Bamanaboni outside but as someone else like this

    People also made memes with people looking out of a different door or out of something else like so

    At the time of writing this though the meme itself has only been popular for not even half a day so i don’t know how far it will go… but ill probably edit this if i need to thank you for reading


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    In bodyweight training but many different muscle groups are used. Basically, Shred Fx more muscles an exercise takes, Shred Fx more calories you consume. A woman is doing a bodyweight training in Shred Fx garden 4. Also your muscles are #strongertogether: For a push-up z. B. biceps, triceps, shoulders, center of Shred Fx body (abdominal muscles, lower back, hips) , Pomuskeln and legs work together.

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  • 11/30/17--13:27: Squidward Tentacles
  • About

    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]

    Related Memes

    Squidward Fad

    Squidward Fad refers to a series of videos that feature an image with various filters flipped around the screen with the song “Gentle Breeze” playing in the background.



    Squidward Dab

    Squidward Dab is a Vine video of an amusement park employee doing The Dab while costumed as the SpongeBob SquarePants character Squidward at Universal Studios Orlando in January 2016. Upon entering online circulation through Vine, the video clip quickly went viral and spread to other social networking and media platforms like Tumblr, Twitter and Instagram.



    Handsome Squidward/Squidward Falling

    Handsome Squidward/Squidward Falling is a meme originating from the Spongebob Squarepants episode The Two Faces of Squidward. Users commonly paste music over the falling sequence and loop it for varying amounts of time. The earliest known instance of this was in November of 2008 when SilverWingedBandit uploaded a loop of the sequence synced to the Mega Man 7 Intro Stage Theme.



    Sleeping Squidward

    Sleeping Squidward, also known as Squidward’s Open Eyes, refers to a photoset featuring two images of the SpongeBob SquarePants character Squidward opening and closing his eyes. Online, it is frequently used as a reaction image to convey feelings of shock upon remembering an assigned task that has not been completed.



    Scared Squidward

    Scared Squidward refers to a still image of Squidward Tentactles looking around a white space with a scared look on his face. The image gained notice on Twitter due to it’s apparent forced nature and it’s resemblance to SpongeGar.

    Squidward Looking Out the Window

    Squidward Looking Out the Window refers to a reaction image taken from the animated television show Spongebob Squarepants in which the character Squidward is seen looking out his window at Spongebob and his friend Patrick having fun. The image has been used in situations where one is jealously observing others having fun but can’t participate themselves.



    Are There Any Other Squidwards I Should Know About

    Are There Any Other Squidwards I Should Know About is a quote by the character Patty Rechid, a Bikini Bottom real estate agent from the series Spongebob Squarepants.

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  • 12/04/17--05:34: No Nut November
  • Yeah it’s late but nobody posted it, can’t wait til someone is gonna add all the shit i dont know


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    About

    “DON’T FORGET ME!” and THINKYOUCANTAKE ME?!" are voice lines of the two imperial troops and their captain Padraig who, at the beginning of the game Xenoblade Chronicles 2, confront the player Rex and his party in one of the towns. In the battle that follows, the 3 NPCs all scream these two lines and repeat them over and over again, resulting in completely overtaking the audio.

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