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  • 01/12/18--09:22: SourPls

  • About

    SourPls is a Twitchemote featuring a man dancing. It only works with the Better Twitch TV plug-in for web browsers. It is used to denote celebration or dancing on the part of the poster.

    Origin

    The SourPls GIF comes from a YouTube video posted April 17th, 2007 by user SourNotHardcore (shown below).



    One of the earliest mentions of the emote online came January 28th, 2014 by Twitter user @HiredHelp,[1] who pointed out how excess use of the emote rendered the chat unreadable (shown below).



    Spread

    On December 7th, 2014, an inquiry about the meaning of SourPls was posted to /r/Twitch.[2] On March 19th, 2015, the emote was defined on Urban Dictionary as “An animated Twitch emote of somebody dancing, that only works with the Better Twitch TV plugin.”[3]



    In July of 2015, interest in SourPls spiked as several users speculated that BTTV had removed SourPls.[6][7] However, this was untrue. BTTV had recently implemented an update where a user would have to manually turn on GIF setting to make GIFs appear.

    On October 26th, 2015, Streamer News mentioned the emote in a tutorial on using BTTV.[4] Blogger CharlieStMonica[5] did the same in February of 2017.

    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 01/12/18--10:02: #BlackHogwarts
  • Abou

    #BlackHogwarts is a hashtag that started on Black Twitter in which people reimagine specifics from the Harry Potter series from an African American perspective

    Origin

    Spread

    Throughout the day, more people continued to post jokes, images and gifs of what a “Black Hogwarts” might be like. On January 11th, Twitter[2] user @MrMarcus260 tweeted a picture of man with sunglasses on raising his hand and the caption, “When professor Snape tries to skip over slavery in your history of Muggles class #BlackHogwarts.” The tweet (shown below, left) received more than 6,900 retweets and 20,000 likes in 24 hours.

    Twitter[3] user @VanThson tweeted, “When you get to Platform nine and three quarters and you realize you have to run though a wall to board the train. #BlackHogwarts.” The post (shown below, center) received more than 1,300 retweets and 5,400 likes in 24 hours. Additionally, Twitter user @Habiba__Ogah tweeted, “When your mama sends you a howler : #BlackHogwarts.” The post (shown below, right) received more than 5,300 retweets and 17,000 likes in 24 hours.



    Later that evening, Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling responded to the hashtag. She tweeted,[9]“Seeing them and loving them. #BlackHogwarts.” Within 24 hours, the tweet (shown below) received more tahn 20,000 retweets and 67,000 likes.



    That night, Twitter[5] published a Moments page about the hashtag and several of the most popular posts.

    Several media outlets covered the popularity of the hashtag, including BuzzFeed, [6] HuffPost,[7] Uproxx[8] and more.

    Various Examples




    Search Interest

    Not Available.

    External References


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  • 01/12/18--10:18: Maxine
  • Dis is Maxine


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    About

    Super Smash Brothers Announcer Parodies refer to audio posts made primarily on Tumblr which feature users reading texts in the style of the announcer from the Super Smash Brothers video game series.

    Origin

    Super Smash Brothers was released in 1999 and featured Jeff Manning as the voice of the announcer in English versions.[1] This established the voice of the announcer being deep and given a reverb effect, which would remain consistent through sequels of the game, though they all feature different voice actors as the announcer.



    It appears the trend of creating parodies in the voice was started around October of 2014, when Super Smash Brothers Wii U announcer voice actor Xander Mobus created a video of himself singing the Pokémon theme song as part of an AMA he ran through his YouTube channel. While the original video seems to be deleted, a repost of the audio posted October 21st, 2014 by YouTube user Walnut gained over 74,000 views (shown below).



    Spread

    In the following years, posts in which voice actors parodied the SSB announcer voice by reading various texts began appearing on Tumblr. For example, on March 14th, 2015, ProZD uploaded a parody in which the announcer doesn’t know the name of Olimar, gaining over 5,300 notes (shown below).


    http://prozdvoices.tumblr.com/post/113607992840/armanky-said-the-smash-announcer-starts

    On May 16th, 2016, user paper-mario-wiki uploaded a variation in which he reads Dat Boi in the style of the announcer, gaining 4,300 notes (shown below).


    http://www.digital-jokes.online/post/144441829071/here-he-come

    One of the most popular edits, posted November 28th, 2017 by user cashewmonster featured the voice announcing The Girl Reading This, gaining over 15,000 notes (shown below).


    http://cashewmonster.tumblr.com/post/167968012269

    Various Examples


    http://papa-manatee.tumblr.com/post/156766464436/thanks-to-everyone-who-requested-stuff



    http://recorderdude.tumblr.com/post/163125597648/original-post-here


    https://hoodavoice.tumblr.com/post/154478937353/robbie-rotten-nets-a-slot-in-the-roster-you-cant



    http://tramampoline.tumblr.com/post/169613929766

    Search Interest

    Unavailable

    External References

    [1]Super Smash Brothers Wiki – Announcer


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    About

    Can A Robot Write a Symphony? is a memorable line from the 2004 science fiction film I, Robot. Online, screenshots and dialogue from the scene has been used in a series of memes usually captioning the response of actor Will Smith as a punchline.

    Origin

    On July 16th, 2004, the science fiction film I, Robot was released in the United States. In the film, homicide detective Del Spooner (Will Smith) questions a robot regarding the murder of its owner. During the scene, Spooner asks the robot, “Can a robot write a symphony? Can a robot turn a… canvas into a beautiful masterpiece?” The robot responds, “Can you?” This leaves Spooner with a dejected look on his face.[1]

    On July 9th, 2012, a clip of the moment was uploaded to YouTube[2] by YouTuber FHEfoxconnect. As of January 2018, the video (shown below) has received more than 700,000 views.



    Spread

    External References

    [1]IMDBI, Robot Quotes

    [2]YouTube – I, Robot


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  • 01/12/18--11:29: MatPat Unzips
  • About

    MatPat Unzips refers to an exploitable image of MatPat of The Film Theorists and The Game Theorists looking at an image and unzipping his pants, ostensibly to masturbate. The image he unzips his pants to changes in the exploitables.

    Origin

    On January 11th, 2018, Reddit user Trtroll[1] uploaded an image of MatPat unbuckling his pants to pornographic Carsfan art, gaining over 3,000 upvotes (shown below).



    Spread

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    Unavailable

    External References

    [1]Reddit – Trtroll


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  • 01/12/18--11:58: Zulul
  • About

    Zulul is an edited variation of the LULTwitch emote often spammed in chats with the phrase “Vi Von Zulul” by fans of Twitch streamer Forsen, which was spawned out of a viral photograph of Pastor Lul, a Nuer refugee who was discovered during a Twitch stream held in September 2016. Additionally, mentions of Zulul are often accompanied by references to the Ugandan action film Who Killed Captain Alex?.

    Origin

    In September 2016, Forsen discovered a page for Pastor Lul on the website TalkingBibles[1] during a stream of the game Hearthstone (shown below). On the page, which has since been removed, the pastor was identified as a Nuer refugee from Sudan.



    On September 20th, 2016, a brown-skinned version of the LUL Twitch emote featuring a photo of video game streamer TotalBiscuit was uploaded to the database FrankerFaceZ[2] (shown below).



    Spread

    On January 16th, 2017, YouTuber Blitzkrieg uploaded a video titled “We Won Zulul,” featuring a photoshopped picture of Pastor Lul with a man repeatedly saying “zulul” in the background (shown below).



    On April 18th, YouTuber Dieter Herregodts uploaded a testimonial video by Big Man Tyrone titled “Vi Von Zulul”



    On May 8th, YouTuber Viddy uploaded a video titled “Vi Von Zulul Origins,” featuring various photoshops of Pastor Lul and a mention of the “Eat Da Poo Poo” video (shown below, left). Two days later, YouTuber Twitch is my city uploaded footage of Forsen watching the video during a Twitch stream (shown below, right).



    On October 17th, the Meme YouTube channel uploaded an edited version of the trailer for the 2013 science fiction film World War Z titled “World War ZULUL” (shown below, left). Two days later, the same channel uploaded footage of Forsen watching the video during a Twitch stream (shown below, right).



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Internet Archive – TalkingBibles Archive

    [2]FrankerFaceZ – Zulul

    [3]


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  • 01/12/18--13:09: Imperial March
  • About

    “The Imperial March,” also known as Darth Vader’s theme, is a musical theme used in Star Wars films, video games and other related media. It’s use is tightly associated with the series’ main antagonist Darth Vader and frequently used when the character is mentioned or alluded to.

    Origin

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  • 01/12/18--13:24: Mario Tennis
  • About

    Mario Tennis is a sports video game series made by Nintendo in which characters from the Super Mario franchise compete in tennis.

    History

    Mario Tennis was developed by Camelot Software Planning and published by Nintendo.[1] The game originally came out for the Nintendo 64 in Japan on July 21st, 2000, and in North America on August 28th, 2000.



    The game featured a cast of twelve characters, and was notably the first appearance of Waluigi in a Nintendo game. Gameplay consists of pressing one or both of the main buttons on the Nintendo 64 controller to make the ball spin different ways. The characters are delineated by class, with lighter characters having faster speed but less power, and heavier characters having the opposite. The game features a variety of different surfaces which change gameplay. There are also challenge modes in which obstacles appear on the court.

    The game has spawned several sequels, including a Gameboy Color version of the original title, Mario Power Tennis (Gamecube, 2004), Mario Tennis: Power Tour (Game Boy Advance, 2005), Mario Tennis Open (3DS, 2012), and Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash (Wii U, 2015).

    Mario Tennis Aces

    On January 11th, 2018, Nintendo announced Mario Tennis Aces, a Mario Tennis game for the Nintendo Switch to be released in Spring of 2018. The game will feature the first single player story mode in the series since 2005’s Mario Tennis: Power Tour.



    Reception

    Mario Tennis, particularly the Nintendo 64 version has been widely critically acclaimed. The game has a score of 91/100 on Metacritic.[3] Critics lauded the addictive gameplay and tight physics and controls of the game. Later versions were not as well-received, with the Wii U’s Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash being widely recognized as one of the worst Mario Tennis sports games. [5]

    Online Presence

    While Mario Tennis itself does not have a wide online fanbase, news about the series is often met with excitement. For example, a thread on /r/NintendoSwitch[4] following the announcement of Mario Tennis Aces generated over 4,500 upvotes.

    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 01/12/18--15:06: haHAA
  • haHAA

    About

    haHAA is a BTTV (Better Twitch TV) emote featuring Andy Samberg from The Lonely Island music band, playing as Shy Ronnie. It is mostly used as a way to express discomfort or awkwardness. Greatly used as well to deem something as Cringeworthy.

    Origin

    Although the original Music Video was aired on October 30th of 2010 in the Saturday Night Live show, the original video was later on uploaded on May 12th of 2011 by thelonelyisland YouTube channel. The Music Video features Andy Samberg playing as Shy Ronnie, and songwriter and singer Rihanna.

    Spread

    In 2016, haHAA was added as one of the original BTTV emotes. It became extremely popular in the Speedrun Community event “GamesDoneQuick” as a way to express or say something is cringe. Since originally, the GDQ Twitch channel had the word “Cringe” bannable, viewers started using the emote instead.

    On July of 2017, GDQ banned haHAA from chat, viewers then started dodging the automated bans by spamming variations of the emote, such as “heHEE” “haHAAA” “ha HAA”.

    The emote became extremely related with the phrase “12 btw” as a way to express the immaturity of a 12 year old child.






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  • 01/12/18--21:13: madmads@1000
  • A little comment to Trump’s statement: We do not want People from Shithole Countries. Well, this shithole is sitting in a shithole bar With a shithole Wig, acting like shithole Trump. We are so fortunate to not coming from a shithole country. Only from the non shithole country, Norway.,


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  • 01/13/18--02:17: Captain Disillusion


  • About

    Captain Disillusion is a viral video and internet hoax debunking series that focuses on special effects, hosted and created by Alan Melikdjanian.

    Online History

    The channel was created on September 17, 2007.[1] Its first episode was released the next day, debunking a popular video of a penguin slapping another penguin. Alan plays as the titular character, wearing a vintage tracksuit, black t-shirt, gloves, gray sweatpants, and silver paint covering his lower face’s skin and the rest of his body.





    As of January 2018, the channel currently has 55 episodes.[2] His debunk on popular “Miss Ping” video (below, left) was uploaded on November 7, 2013, and has over 2.21 million views. On May 31, 2016, he released his special collaboration with Beakman’s World host Paul Zaloom with over a million views.





    In September 24, 2016, he debunked the concept videos of the Cicret bracelet’s crowdfunding campaign. He also donated $250 via their website to try out the bracelet itself. He later released an update on January 16, 2017, stating that he hasn’t received the bracelet on the initial shipping date (Late 2016 / Early 2017) from the site’s deleted timeline, but is still patiently waiting for the final product.





    Besides his main videos, he also has shorter debunking videos under his “Quick D” series (below, left), along with videos on visual effects work in popular films under the “VFXcool” series (below, right).





    Reception

    The series has gained a large following on YouTube, with over 530,000 subscribers and 35.4 million views as of January 2018.[1] Some of his videos have also been featured on news sites such as Miami New Times,[3] Huffington Post,[4] and Slate.[5]


    Reputation

    Alan has been known to be active within the skepticism community, being featured in sites like The Skeptic’s Guide to the Universe[6] and the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry.[7] He has also participated and given talks in conferences focused on critical thinking and skepticism (shown below).




    Prior to the series, he was also filmmaker. He was the director, producer, editor, and composer of a 2006 Russian direct-to-DVD film Citizen Mavzik[8], and later founded his own video production company Amelik Entertainment, LLC in 2009.[9] He also co-created filmmaker-centric video sharing sites Openfilm (defunct)[10] and FilmNet.[11]




    Notable Videos






    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]YouTube – Captain Disillusion

    [2]YouTube – Captain Disillusion

    [3]Miami New Times – South Florida superhero Captain Disillusion talks ghosts, superpowers, and skepticism

    [4]Huffington Post – WATCH Captain Disillusion Debunk The Viral Ping Pong Knife Act

    [5]Slate – Captain Disillusion is Amazing

    [6]The Skeptic’s Guide to the Universe – Podcast #160

    [7]CSIThe Man Behind the Makeup: An Interview with Captain Disillusion

    [8]Mavzik.com – Home Page

    [9]Wikipedia – Alan Melikdjanian

    [10]Wikipedia – Openfilm

    [11]FilmNet – Our Team


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  • 01/13/18--03:25: UK barney
  • UK BARNEYLIVE IN UNITEDKINGDOM


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  • 01/11/18--12:07: New Funky Mode
  • About

    New Funky Mode, sometimes stylized as Funky New Mode, refers to a series of photoshopped video game covers that advertise a “New Funky Mode.” The images are made in parody of the upcoming rerelease of the Donkey Kong game Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze for the Nintendo Switch. The box art for the game promises a “New Funky Mode.” The images are made in a similar fashion to & Knuckles and Featuring Dante From The Devil May Cry Series.

    Origin

    On January 11th, 2018, Nintendo released a Nintendo Direct video advertising new games, rereleases, and ports for the Nintendo Switch. Included in the video was an announcement for the Switch release of Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, which will add Donkey Kong character Funky Kong.



    The same day, Nintendo released the box art for the Switch release of the game. The box art features a small tag in the upper-right hand corner which says “New Funky Mode” (shown below).[1]



    Spread

    The same day, threads were started in 4chan’s /v/ board,[2] and later on Twitter by Twitter user Nittomata,[3] in which users photoshopped the “New Funky Mode” sticker onto other video game box arts. In the /v/ thread, an anonymous user started by adding the sticker to Dark Souls (shown below, left). Nittomata started their thread by tweeting a template version of the sticker (shown below, right) before starting to tweet various examples of “New Funky Mode” box covers. The tweet gained over 2,600 retweets and 6,600 likes. Threads about the trend were posted to Funnyjunk[4] and IGN[5] that day.



    The official Doom Twitter account replied to @Nittomata’s thread with their own version of the meme, gaining over 5,400 retweets and 11,000 likes (shown below, left). A thread about that tweet was posted to /r/NintendoSwitch,[6] gaining over 630 upvotes in 4 hours. Another notable example was tweeted by user @beefskell who attached the sticker to a lewd cover for the game Starless: 21st Century Nymphomaniacs, gaining over 270 retweets and 790 likes (shown below, right).



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 01/11/18--09:39: Stock Photo Backstabber
  • About

    Stock Photo Backstabber is a captioned stock photo series in which a man in a suit shakes hands with a woman while a person dressed as a shadow holds a knife to her back.

    Origin

    On August 24th, 2017, the Twitter[1] account @darkstockphotos posted a stock image by Troy Aossey[2] of a man shaking hands with a woman as a person dressed as shadow holds a knife to her back. The tweet (shown below) received more than 875 retweets and 2,200 likes in five months.



    Spread

    The earliest known iteration of the meme appeared on Astrology Memes on October 25th, 2017. The post (shown below, left) featurs the image with the captions “Me” on the man, “Opporutnity for Happiness” on the woman" and “Crippling Depression” on the shadow. Several months later, on January 5th, the image was posted to the helloiamdepressed Tumblr[4] account, where it received more than 330 notes in six days.

    Five days later, Redditor[5] mynemejeffmynenejeff posted a variation on the /r/dankmemes subreddit. This version featured the caption “The internet” on the man, “every meme of 2018 so far” on the woman and “Meme Overuse” on the shadow. In addition, Logan Paul, Tide PODS and Ugandan Knuckles were "photoshopped ":/memes/sites/photoshop on the woman. The post (shown below, center) received more than 1,800 points (97% upvoted) and 80 comments in less than 24 hours.

    On January 11th, Redditor[6] AliceTheGamedev posted about the stock photo in the /r/MemeEconomy subreddit. The post received more than 890 points (95% upvoted) and 30 comments. The same Redditor posted a variation with the caption “feature creep” on the shadown (shown below, right).



    Various Examples




    Search Interest

    Not Available.

    External References


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  • 01/13/18--15:45: Like Your Mother
  • A guy sends a picture of emoji. Then Girl responds ‘oh thats so cute’ then guy says ‘like your mother’

    Note: This is vitalization of original one.


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  • 01/14/18--01:35: "Oil shit!"
  • Oil Shit!

    Explanation

    Well to begin we must analyze the photo itself, what is happening? where is it in? how did it happen? And from my deductions all but 1 of these questions is irrelevant.

    What is happening in the picture? Well, unless you’re blind, there is oil on the floor lmao

    Now with a deeper grasp at the inner workings of the photo we are now able to further interpret the caption “Oil shit!”.

    The “Oil” obviously comes from the fact there is an abundance of oil, however there is more to this part, the “Oil” acts as a sort of play on words and is supposed to sound like “Oh”, thus changing the caption to be “Oh shit!”, which would be a wonderful summary of the reactions to those spectating such a miraculous event.


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  • 01/14/18--04:06: I Got It From My Base!

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  • 01/14/18--12:05: Manda Panda
  • Manda Panda is a 2018 meme created by tumblr user simplyflowey. The main character of the meme is usually happy or angry version of Mandarin from Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go with tense fists and his arms hanging down or a bear/panda with Mandarin’s colors. He’s demanding, grumpy, cruel and impatient. He replaces words like ‘is’ with ‘zit’, ‘the’ with ‘ta’, ‘Shuggazoom’ with ‘Shuggabean’ and ‘food’ with ‘foof’.


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