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  • 12/13/17--10:05: My Last Brain Cell
  • About

    My Last Brain Cell is a series of image macros that personify an overworked, threatened or exhausted brain cell for humorous effect.

    Origin

    The earliest known example of someone personifying their brain cell in an image macro was posted by Twitter[1] usre @Heart_break_kxd on May 25th, 2016. That day, they posted a still from "SpongeBob SquarePants":memes/sites/spongebob-squarepants with the caption “Me tonight: Drunk My last brain cell tonight: Where tf everybody at?” (shown below).

    Search Interest

    Not Available.

    External References


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  • 12/13/17--10:37: Season's Greetings
  • About

    Origin

    Spread

    Various Examples

    External References

    [1]Reddit – r/wtf


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    About

    Will You Fight? Or Will You Perish Like a Dog? refers to an exploitable image of Donald Duck and Mickey Mouse having a conversation about philosophy. The dramatic conversation ends with Mickey saying “Will you fight? Or will you perish like a dog?” The characters are changed in the exploitable versions.

    Origin

    The image originally featured a joke of Mickey saying to Donald “Holy shit a talking duck!” One of the earliest examples was posted to the blogspot soberinanightclub[1] on April 28th, 2010 (shown below).

    Spread

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Soberinanightclub – A talking duck.


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  • 12/13/17--11:20: Earth-chan
  • About

    Earth-chan is an anime-style anthropomorphic representation of the planet Earth. She is depicted as a young girl with hair dyed in the colors blue and green, resembling a photograph of the planet taken from space. Online, image macros featuring the character often contain jokes referencing the flat earth theory.

    Origin

    On December 10th, 2017, Redditor M4DHouse submitted an image macro with the caption “When someone says Earth-Chan is flat,” followed by a screenshot of an anime character saying “It seems you require a hard education” (shown below).



    Spread

    On December 12th, 2017, Redditor WatBoi19 submitted an illustration in which the Earth-chan character complains to a man wearing a NASA shirt that “everybody call me flat,” leading the man to say “Don’t believe what they said, senpai. You are not flat!” (shown below). Within 24 hours, the post gained over 5,900 points (93% upvoted) and 280 comments on /r/animemes.[1]



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Reddit – /r/animemes

    [2]

    [3]


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  • 12/13/17--11:30: [KYTGV]
  • To Get The Info Wach The 1st [KYTGV]
    Here is The link
    [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jjKra4a4uCA]


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  • 12/13/17--12:42: Shocked Piglet
  • Piglet’s Big Movie, a movie released on March 21, 2003 worldwide had the funniest face reaction towards the end. It’s simply D:


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    About

    Dad! There Is a Monster Under My Bed is an exploitable comic featuring a son who cries out that a “monster” is under his bed, leading his father to discover a Monster energy drink. Online, the comic inspired the creation of photoshopped edits typically featuring absurdist humor.

    Origin

    On May 17th, 2017, artist David T. Michaels posted a comic to Instagram[1] in which a son yells “Dad! There is a monster under my bed!” leading the father to discover a Monster energy drink can (shown below). Within seven months, the post gained over 28,100 likes.



    Spread

    On July 23rd, a collection of edited versions of the comic was uploaded by Imgur[3] user Boronlump (shown below).



    On August 2nd, Redditor Piggu uploaded a recreation of comic featuring characters from Team Fortress 2 (shown below). Within four months, the post gained over 1,900 points (93% upvoted) on /r/tf2.[1] The same day, the Woken Memes Facebook page posted a photoshop combining the comic with the Powder That Makes You Say Yes meme (shown below, right).



    Various Examples




    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Reddit – /r/tf2

    [2]Instagram – @koat_tales

    [3]Imgur – Boronlump gallery


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  • 12/13/17--17:07: Get it?
  • A tiny sub-meme created by Reddit user u/TheRedMammon unintentionally while posting a political joke. The punchline “Get it?” spread rapidly and took the post to the front page. Here is a link to the post


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  • 12/13/17--17:33: Zabivaka™ The Wolf
  • Zabivaka (“The One Who Scores” in Russian [1]) is the official mascot of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. Zabivaka is most noticeable, however, for how quickly the Mascot gained traction, and the jump to notoriety the mascot took due to many explicit depictions by the Furry community following.
    Zabivaka was created by Yekaterina Bocharova at Tomsk State University, later to be bought by FIFA for a questionably low price. Yekaterina says she was inspired by Disney to create Zabivaka. It was decided on a Poll online between three Mascots of who should be Mascot for the World Cup[4]; Zabivaka won by 53%. [1][2]

    Zabivaka-Winter/Sports Goggles debate.

    Many argued that Zabivaka did not fit into the World-Cup due to the misconception of him wearing Ski-Goggles in a Summer event. The irony was later denounced when Yekaterina stated that they were “sports goggles.” and he wears them “to protect his eyes as he runs extremely fast.” [4]

    “These are not winter goggles but just sports goggles, like the ones you use for cycling. It’s just that Zabivaka is so fast on the field that he needs eye protection,” [4]

    Origin

    Zabivaka first started to spread after the Announcement of the mascot in October of 2016. (Precisely October 21st) However, it began to gain traction once again after a YouTuber by the name of Zennie posted an edit of a Zabivaka Promo uploaded by FIFATV. This video spoofed examples of explicit material some Furry artists have created depicting the Mascot, and FIFA’s neglect to respond to this issue. [5]



    Spread

    Zabivaka started to spread with the official announcement on FIFA’s website.[3] Another less-noticable source was TheGuardian [1] and Dailymail’s [2] article about the unveiling.( TheGuardian and DailyMail
    Two days later, the Russian Embassy of the UK tweeted to announce the new Mascot here: [6]



    During this two-day period between posts, a numerous amount of fan-art including suggestive and non-suggestive images were posted on numerous sites, including Furaffinity and Twitter. With this continuing on without interruption for a few months, Zabivaka re-emerged with Zennie’s video poking fun at the numerous amounts of Rule34 and awkward position FIFA and Russia were and are still in.

    Various Examples of Shitposts of Zabivaka, Fanart, and Promotional Content

    Trend Data

    Zabivaka rises when announced, and the spike following is due to Zennie’s video.

    External references

    [1]TheGuardian – Zabivaka Announcement / Posted on 10-21-2016

    [2]DailyMail – Zabivaka Announcement / Posted on 10-21-2016

    [3]FIFA Official Website – Zabivaka Official Announcement by FIFA / Posted on 10-21-2016

    [4]Russia Beyond – Zabivaka derailed by Russians / Posted on 10-28-2016

    [5]YouTube – Zabivaka™ / Posted on 12-3-2016

    [6]Twitter – Zabivaka The Wolf has been chosen / Posted on 10-26-2016


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  • 12/13/17--18:36: Hamood/Hamood Habibi
  • Hamood Habibi, also spelled Hamoud or Hamoud, is an Arabic CGI video of a child dancing and clapping to a children’s song. The video was made by animator Muhammad Ghaloum and first uploaded to YouTube on March 4th, 2007, by user Tahloube S.

    Origins and Translation

    The video seemingly originated from an animation created by Muhammad Ghaloum. The first instance of the Hamood Habibi video was uploaded on March 4th, 2007, by user Tahloube S:

    A request to translate Hamood Habibi to English was posted on /r/translator, receiving this response from Reddit user invisibowl:
    “This has popped up here before. Comment from /u/tinkertoon a couple months ago covers it:
    It’s the silliest thing ever. Just the kid calling on Hamoud (which, along with Hamadi, is a nickname for Ahmad or Mohammad). He uses the word “habibi”, which is a term of endearment in Arabic, used between friends or romantic couples. Here you go:
    Hamoud (x3)
    Hamoud dear Hamoud, Hamoud dear (x2)
    Hamoud (x2)
    Wake up
    Wake up! (x2)
    Oh Ahmad Hamadi (x2)
    Repeated ad nauseam.
    !translated"

    When asked about the text in the bottom left corner of the screen, invisibowl responded:
    “Didn’t notice it before, it’s a watermark. ‘Cartoon animations – Muhammad Ghaloum’”

    The title of the video is usually similar to “Hamood Habibi” or “Hamood Habibi Wake Up” when uploaded to YouTube.

    Spread

    The video has retained a general level of popularity on some areas of the Arabic internet. It began to rise in popularity when popular YouTuber Pyrocynical posted a Tweet comparing the character seen in the Hamood Habibi video to the character Sheen from Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius and Planet Sheen on July 11th, 2017:


    On July 27th, 2017, YouTube account Brady Powers uploaded a video titled “hamood habibi” showing Crash Bandicoot dancing to the audio of Hamood Habibi:

    On September 20th, 2017, YouTube account MSXBOY uploaded a video titled “hamood habibi REACT funny funny :DDDDDD” showing YouTuber FlightReacts reacting comically to an overlaid video of Hamood Habibi:

    On September 30th, 2017, YouTube account Eracity uploaded a video titled “Hamood Habibi HD 1080p 60FPS” showing a recreation of the Hamood Habibi video in high quality with a custom 3D model:


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    When u start thinking so hard u start thuunkong.


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  • 12/14/17--05:20: Turn off the camera
  • About

    “Turn off the camera” is a comic like for something that will happen in behind the scenes for unforgivable behavior.

    Origin

    it begin to use since 10 dec 2017, the original of it was report of France 24 about how Iraqi forces hunt for IS group sleeper cells in Mosul, and it was in 2017/7/19, then later some youtube user from Iraq upload section (it start from about 1:11) that show the only “Turn off the camera” scene of major (or colonel) Selam al-Ubeidy in I.C.T.F (Iraqi Counter Terrorism Service) for fun, after that many memes pages start doing memes using some frames of this scene to express different things.

    https://youtu.be/PGz4-x1SBp4?t=67

    Notable Examples

    almost all them in Iraqi Arabic dialect


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  • 12/14/17--08:08: Girls Like It When...
  • About

    Girls Like It When… refers to a snowclone popular on Twitter in which people intentionally offer absurd or poor advice for relationships.

    Origin

    On July 22nd, 2017, Twitter user @nopoweradeinusa,[1] formerly popular Tumblr account gotitforcheap, tweeted “girls like it when they sleep over and U have only 1 pillow case and give them a raw pillow to sleep on.” The tweet gained over 1,000 retweets and 6,100 likes (shown below).



    Spread

    The spread of the snowclone as a meme is primarily due to @nopoweradeinusa riffing on the joke several times in the following months. For example, on September 14th,[4] he tweeted "girls like it when U sext them that you’d “pull their tampon out with ur teeth”" (shown below, left). On October 23rd, he tweeted a version which read “girls like it when you walk around outside wearing socks after it rained & come to bed with wet socks,” gaining over 620 retweets and 3,400 likes (shown below, right).



    Also on October 23rd, podcast E1 posted an episode in which the hosts spent several minutes riffing on the joke.[2] Around this time, other Twitter users began making jokes in the snowclone. For example, on October 24th, Twitter user @j0nline[6] posted "
    Girls like it when your actually three kids standing on top of each other wearing a trench coat" (shown below, left). October 26th, Twitter user @mineifiwildout[5] posted “girls like it when u throw smoke bombs thru their window n get the ninja defuse on A to win the round,” gaining over 1,200 retweets (shown below, right).



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 12/14/17--08:40: Ajit Pai
  • About

    Ajit Pai is the current Chairman of the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) who has been widely criticized online for supporting the repeal of Obama-era regulations ensuring the protection of net neutrality.

    Career

    In February 2001, Pai became the Associate General Counsel at Verizon Communications Inc. In April 2003, Pai left his position at Verizon was hired as Deputy Chief Counsel to the United States Senate Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Administrative Oversight and the Courts. After the next eight years, Pai served in various positions at the Department of Justice and the FCC’s Office of General Counsel. In May 2012, Pai was appointed to the FCC by President Barack Obama at the recommendation of Republican Senator Mitch McConnell. In January 2017, Pai was appointed as chairman of the commission by President Donald Trump. In April, Pai proposed a repeal net neutrality rules enacted under the Obama administration. In July, protests were held against Pai’s proposal. In mid-November, the FCC revealed plans to hold a vote in December to end the Obama-era net neutrality rules.

    Online History

    On May 13th, 2017, the Independent Journal Review YouTube channel uploaded a video of Pai reading various insulting tweets directed toward him, mimicking a recurring comedy segment on the talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live (shown below). Over the next six months, the video accumulated upwards of 400,900 views, 85,000 downvotes and 1,000 upvotes.



    In November, numerous image macros condemning FCC chairman Ajit Pai as greedy and beholden to corporate interests were submitted in the coming days, many of which reached the front page of the /r/dankmemes and /r/memeeconomy subreddits (shown below).



    On November 30th, PewDiePie uploaded a video about Pai titled “The Most Hated Person on the Internet” (shown below). Within two weeks, the video gained over 3.03 million views and 15,400 comments.



    Federal Communications Bar Association Dinner

    On December 8th, 2017, a video was leaked online showing Pai’s speech held at the annual Federal Communications Bar Association dinner, in which he made several jokes about the net neutrality controversy and jokingly referred to himself as a “Verizon puppet” (shown below).



    The Daily Caller PSA

    On December 13th, the conservative news site The Daily Caller[3] published a video in which Pai performs the “Harlem Shake” after presenting a list titled “7 Things You Can Still Do on the Internet After Net Neutrality” (shown below).



    That day, various image macros mocking Pai’s apperance in the video reached the front page of /r/dankmemes (shown below).



    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 12/14/17--11:22: Cute Ash
  • About

    Cute Ash refers to fan interpretations of Pokémon character Ash Ketchum as he appears in a trailer for an upcoming Pokémon motion picture to be released July 13th, 2018. Because Ash’s design features larger eyes, Japanese Twitter users made photoshops of the character to make him appear more feminine.

    Origin

    On December 10th, 2017, the Japanese Pokémon YouTube channel uploaded a trailer for an upcoming Pokémon film to be released July 13th, 2017. In the trailer, there is a glimpse of the latest Ash Ketchum redesign (shown below).



    Following the release of the trailer, on December 11th, 2017, Twitter user @MAJIbeef[1] tweeted an image of Ash with long, feminine hair that gained over 62,000 retweets and 114,000 likes (shown below).



    Spread

    After @MAJIbeef’s tweet, many twitter users responded with photoshops of their own, slightly editing MAJIbeef’s image to make Ash appear even more feminine. Twitter user @keneko09191010[2] uploaded an image which gave Ash eyelashes, gaining over 4,200 retweets and 5,700 likes (shown below, left). Twitter user @gurizaialoveeee[3] uploaded an edit of that image which made Ash’s skin whiter, gaining over 4,900 retweets and 6,900 likes (shown below, right).



    Some Twitter users created fan art in tribute of the “Cute” Ash. Notably, Twitter user @yamigyouza[4] tweeted a version in which Ash had breasts, gaining over 11,000 retweets and 22,000 likes (shown below). The photoshops where covered by Kotaku.[5]



    On YouTube, account Tokyosaurus uploaded a video talking about Ash’s new look which gained over 212,000 views (shown below).



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 12/14/17--11:30: This Onion Won't Make Me Cry
  • About

    This Onion Won’t Make Me Cry is an exploitable comic series featuring a talking onion who says various hurtful comments to a person preparing to slice it in half.

    Origin

    On May 30th, 2010, the webcomic Drawing Board[1] published a comic titled “Onions” in which a stick figure proclaims “I’m not going to cry” when preparing to slice an onion. While cutting the vegetable, it begins saying various hurtful comments, leading the stick figure to cry (shown below).



    On February 11th, 2011, a similar MS Paint-style comic was submitted to /r/pics,[2] where it garnered upwards of 350 points (84% upvoted) and 20 comments prior to being archived (shown below).



    Spread

    On December 15th, 2015, Redditor AngelFlash uploaded an edited version of the comic in which the onion says “Anime girls aren’t real, you idiot.” Prior to being archived, the post gathered more than 1,600 points (97% upvoted) and 40 comments on /r/anime_irl.[4]



    On May 30th, 2016, Redditor Mjone77 submitted a communist-themed version of the comic to /r/me_irl,[3] where it gathered upwards of 6,100 points (88% upvoted) and 60 comments prior to being archived (shown below, left). On November 22nd, 2017, Redditor HugeAssNerd posted an edit in which the onion says “Net Neutrality is in danger again” to /r/dankmemes[5] (shown below, right).



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Drawing Board – Onions

    [2]Reddit – /r/pics

    [3]Reddit – /r/me_irl

    [4]Reddit – anime_irl

    [5]Reddit – Why is this still a thing


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    About

    Sheriff Hopper’s Holiday Sweater refers to a series of photoshopped images using a picture of actor David Harbour in character as Sheriff Hopper from Stranger Things wearing a small, red holiday cardigan.

    Origin

    On December 11th, 2017, actor David Harbour posted picture of him in costumer as Sheriff Hopper from the science fiction series Stranger Things on Instagram. [1] The post was made in reference to his 2017 Golden Globe nomination, which he mentioned in the image caption. He writes, “I tip my hat to you @goldenglobes for the nomination. My Christmas present came early this year. You got me feeling all the holiday feels🎉🎁” Within three days, the post (shown below) received more than 500,000 likes.



    Spread

    That day, Redditor[2] In-Jail-Out-Soon posted the picture in the /r/photoshopbattles subreddit. The thread, which encouraged other Redditors to manipulate the image in unique ways, received more than 30,000 points (88% upvoted) and 270 comments in three days (examples below).

    The photograph quickly went viral, receiving articles in such media outlets as HuffPost,[3] Bustle,[4] Mashable[5] and more.



    Various Examples




    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 12/14/17--12:24: Ardainian Soldiers
  • About

    Ardianian Soldiers are an enemy type encountered in the 2017 RPG video game Xenoblade Chronicles 2 released for the Nintendo Switch. Following the release of the game, they became infamous for their over the top accents and repetitive voice clips resulting in many videos mocking them.

    Origin

    Leading up to the release of Xenoblade Chronicles 2 many fans of the series expressed their displeasure with the English dub particularly with the abundance of English accents. When the game was released on December 1st, 2017 the Ardianian Soldiers were used an example of the problems with the voice acting emphasizing their obnoxiously loud voices and constant repeating of lines such as “Don’t forget about me!”, and “You’re done”.

    Spread

    On December 3rd, 2017 a Youtube channel titled im salt uploaded a highlight of famous Youtuber Etika’s stream of the game during which he is overwhelmed by the soldiers’ voices and is forced to exit the game to collect himself.

    Examples


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  • 12/14/17--13:15: DJ Earworm
  • About

    DJ Earworm is the moniker of San Francisco disc-jockey Jordan Roseman. He is best known for his United State of Pop remixes, which are remixes he has released at the end of every calendar year which mashes up the Top 25 Billboard pop hits from the previous year.

    History

    Roseman grew up in Evanston, Illinois and studied at the University of Illinois.[1] He began creating remixes in 2003, and took on the moniker DJ Earworm. Earworm uses Ableton Live and Adobe Audition to create his mashups. He creates the videos that accompany his mashups with Final Cut Pro X.

    United State of Pop Remixes

    Roseman created his first United State of Pop remix for 2007. A YouTube upload for the remix posted January 7th, 2008 by kliz9 gained over 5.4 million views (shown below, left). He began uploading the remixes to his YouTube channel starting with his 2008 remix, which gained over 13 million views (shown below, right).



    His 2009 remix gained over 49 million views, making it one of his most popular remixes (shown below, top left). His 2010 remix gained over 19 million views (shown below, top right); his 2011, 13 million views (shown below, bottom right); and his 2012 13 million views (shown below, bottom right). His remixes for 2008, 2009, and 2010 were featured in a FACT magazine exhibit on The Art of Pop Video which ran between 2010 and 2013.



    DJ Earworm’s 2013 remix marked a small departure from his previous work, as the song was less of a dance track than previous works. The video gained over 10 million views (shown below, top left); his 2014 remix gained 22 million views (shown below, top right); his 2015 remix, which featured 50 tracks instead of 25, gained 13 million views (shown below, bottom left); his 2016 remix gained 3.7 million views (shown below, bottom right).



    On December 14th, 2017, he released his 2017 remix, which gained over 187,000 views in a few hours (shown below).



    Other Work

    DJ Earworm has released an annual “SummerMash” remix since summer of 2013 (examples shown below).



    Online Presence

    DJ Earworm’s YouTube page has over 830,000 subscribers.[2] On Facebook,[3] he has over 302,000 likes. On Twitter, he has over 30,000 followers.[4]

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – DJ Earworm

    [2]YouTube – DJ Earworm

    [3]Facebook – DJ Earworm

    [4]Twitter – @djearworm


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    About

    “Do I Look Like I Know What a JPEG is?” is a memorable quote uttered by Hank Hill in season 9 of the American animated television series King of the Hill.

    Origin

    On April 10, 2005, Fox aired the King of the Hill episode “Redcorn Gambles with His Future”.[1] In the episode, Hank Hill is tasked with organizing the Strickland Family Fun Day event by his boss, Buck Strickland. In one scene, Hank, at a print shop, irately asks the clerk if it looks like he knows what a JPEG is before telling the clerk that all he wants is a picture of a “god-dang hot dog”.

    On February 10, 2010, YouTube user FontaineDelaTour uploaded the above video entitled “I just want a picture of a god-dang hot dog!” which, as of December 14, 2017 has over 314,000 views and more than 3,000 likes.[2]

    Spread

    A few years later, on May 27, 2013, YouTube user “BobRobster” uploaded a video entitled “For when someone posts a compressed image/uses Windows XP to save a jpeg…” which features the scene degrading in quality, with the ending mimicing a JPEG image with a high compression rate. As of December 14, 2017 the video has over 5.6 million views and more than 60 thousand likes.[3]

    On January 25, 2014, an anonymous Imgur user posted a severely degraded screenshot of the scene with the caption reading "Do I look like I know what a “jay peg” is?". As of December 14, 2017 the post has received 262 views.[4]

    Various examples

    External references


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