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  • 02/14/18--14:32: Forwards From Grandma
  • About

    Forwards From Grandma is a genre of memes that are typically enjoyed by the elderly and sent to their grandchildren or that parody that type of image via email. These usually include memes featuring politically conservative viewpoints, illogical juxtapositions between animated characters, like Minions, and motivational expressions and chain letters.

    Origin

    While people likely complained or joked about the messages the receive from their parents or grandparents offline for years, the earliest known usage of “Forwards From Grandma” online was posted on the blog Ahh Yeah[1] on July 3rd, 2008. That day, they posted “I’m starting a new series of blogs titled “Forwards from Grandma”. I’m only going to post the ones that are true. About half don’t pass the Snopes.com test.” The images on the site were of disaster photos from a tornado and flood in Iowa.

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    [1]Ahh Yeah – "


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    How Do I Rotate Text In MS Paint? is a joke phrase which is used with photographs, often with out of line text which asks the viewer on how to rotate text on Microsoft Paint, implying that the image was made in MS Paint.


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  • 02/14/18--19:09: 1, 2, Oatmeal
  • About

    1, 2, Oatmeal is a parody of the Gourmet Race theme from Kirby’s Dream Land that has been used in many music remixes and YTPs.

    Origin

    On June 16, 2009, German YouTuber mariofan888 uploaded a video entitled “Kirby’s Titlemusic”. This video was just the Gourmet Race theme.


    A year and 4 months late on November 27th, 2010, they uploaded a German parody called “1 2 Haferbrei”. The lyrics roughly translate to:

    “1, 2, oatmeal
    Kirby is a pink guy
    1, 2, oatmeal
    Because Kirby’s very cute (x2)

    Kirby inhaled his enemies, and makes it later
    Kirby is so happy that’s something he can because he’s such a pink guy (x2)

    Here comes Kirby Meta Knight to protect
    because he is attacked by King Dedede
    Meta Knight swings the sword of King Dedede, defeat
    What a triumph is that? (x2)"

    This English version was posted on July 3rd, 2011 by YouTuber けんしん.


    Spread

    On September 10th, 2017, YouTuber ben3759 uploaded an extended version of 1, 2, Oatmeal. 2 days later on September 12th, 2017, Nicholas Okata uploaded a cover of 1, 2, Oatmeal. The first remix of it was a mash-up with Foxsky’s “Kirby Smash” and it was posted on September 17th, 2017. The most popular remix of 1, 2, Oatmeal is called “1, 2, Oatmeal Pitch Corrected” by “I’m a huge faggot”. The extended version has 2,800 views and 57 likes, the cover has 1,600 views and 76 likes, the remix has 4,500 views and 232 likes and the pitch corrected version has 37k views and 1k likes all as of February, 2018.


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  • 02/15/18--07:56: Green M&M Bambi Copypasta
  • About

    Green M&M Bambi Copypasta refers to a Tumblr post in which a person role-playing as the Green M&M character demands that the person they’re talking to go to Gamestop and get a game called Bambi on the Playstation 2. The threatening demeanor of the post has inspired variations where others role-play as the Green M&M and make similar demands in the voice of the character.

    Origin

    On April 24th, 2017, Tumblr user relishboi[1] responded to a text post on Tumblr from user brownreasontolive that said “hate this site” in the character of the Green M&M. After a few posts back and forth, relishboi posted:

    now listen to me young man, i am talking directly into your ear now. i need you to do me a favor. you will do this for me. i need you to go to gamestop, and i need you to ask the bastard working the counter if they have bambi on the ps2. if you come back empty handed youll be in big trouble mister. you will never see the light of day.

    The post, shown below, has over 104,000 notes.



    Spread

    The text became a copypasta on Tumblr in the following months. On April 29th, 2017, Tumblr page sonicjam[2] posted the copypasta underneath fan art of Sonic the Hedgehog character Rouge the Bat (shown below, left). Tumblr user z0cha1[3] did the same with fan art of Devilman Crybaby on January 19th, 2018 (shown below, right).



    In early 2018, Twitter users began posting in the voice of the character from relishboi’s post with different pictures of the Green M&M. For example, on February 11th, 2018, Twitter user @Galaxyoogale[4] uploaded a picture of the Green M&M with a reference to the original post, gaining over 1,600 retweets and 2,400 likes (shown below, left). On the 13th, Twitter user @KendanKip[5] uploaded a similar post that gained over 1,300 retweets and 2,100 likes (shown below, right). The meme was covered by The Daily Dot[6] on February 15th, 2018.



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

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    External References

    [1]Tumblr – Relishboi

    [2]Tumblr – sonicjam

    [3]Tumblr – z0cha1

    [4]Twitter – @Galaxyoogale

    [5]Twitter – @KendanKip

    [6]The Daily Dot – The green M&M wants you to do her a favor


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  • 02/15/18--10:34: Gym Kardashian
  • About

    Gym Kardashian refers to several photoshopped images of Kim Kardashian making her look extremely muscular. The images were paired with captions by Twitter users after they first appeared on the social networking site.

    Origin

    On February 12th, 2018, Twitter user @jaypaulgeorge[1] posted an image of celebrity socialite Kim Kardashian photoshopped to look extremely muscular (shown below, left). This tweet gained 50 retweets and 220 likes. His follow-up tweet,[2] which included two more photoshops, went viral, gaining over 73,000 retweets and 264 likes (shown below, right).

    Spread

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Twitter – @jaypaulgeorge 1

    [2]Twitter – @jaypaulgeorge 2


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    About

    “You Fell Victim to One of the Classic Blunders” is a memorable quote uttered by the character Vizzini (played by Wallace Shawn) in the 1987 fantasy comedy film The Princess Bride. Online, a screen-capture from the scene has been used in image macros featuring the quote as a punchline to various jokes about one’s mistake.

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  • 02/15/18--11:51: Suspension Railway Emoji
  • About

    Suspension Railway Emoji refers to an emoji of suspended railway car. The emoji began seeing use in memes once it was brought to Redditors’ attentions that it was the least-used emoji in Unicode 6.0.

    Origin

    The Suspension Railway Emoji was included in Unicode 6.0, which was rolled out in October of 2015.[3] On June 29th, 2017, Redditor PabstBlueRhino posted a question in /r/askreddit[1] asking what the least-used emoji was. User infez responded by saying the Suspension Railway Emoji was the least used.

    Spread

    On February 11th, 2018, Redditor Thatagui[2] posted an image to /r/me_irl that stated that the Suspension Railway Emoji was the least used emoji. The image also stated “Let’s change that.” The image gained over 30,000 upvotes (shown below).



    After that post, several more posts involving the emoji were posted to Reddit. The day of the me_irl post, a deep fried version of the emoji was posted to /r/deepfriedmemes (shown below, left). On the 12th, a Dog Petting Photoshop featuring the emoji was posted to /r/me_irl,[4] where it gained over 4,300 upvotes (shown below, right).



    Also on the 12th, user /r/DogeCatBear[5] posted a parody copypasta devoted to the emoji to /r/copypasta, gaining 71 upvotes. The copypasta reads:

    You want to know why I love 🚟? 🚟 is a completely self-made emoji. So many other emojis are based in nostalgic childrens shows, funny faces, relatable situations, or references. Not 🚟. 🚟 is completely absurd. It’s literally just an emoji of a suspension car, but more broadly it is a symbol of uphill and downhill transportation. The first person to ever upvote 🚟 did not do so out of recognition. The first person to ever upvote 🚟 did not do so because a pre-existing emoji format. The first person to ever upvote 🚟, upvoted an emoji literally pulled from the ether by sheer human creativity and willpower. 🚟 is evidence that humans can stare into the meaningless void of eternity and force their own meaning onto to it. I will always upvote 🚟.

    On the 14th, an image of a suspension railway was posted to /r/europe where it gained over 12,000 upvotes in less than 24 hours[6] (shown below, left). On the 13th, a Whisper In Ear Goosebumps edit appeared on /r/emojipasta, gaining over 850 upvotes (shown below, right).



    Various Examples

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  • 02/15/18--12:11: Coach (Left 4 Dead)
  • About

    Coach is a playable character in the multiplayer co-op first-person shooter Left 4 Dead 2. On YouTube, a 3D model of the character has frequently been used as the protagonist in various animated short films created using Valve’s Source Filmmaker software.

    Origin

    On November 17th, 2009, the game Left 4 Dead 2, in which players can assume the role of the character Coach, a former high school football coach from Savannah, Georgia.

    Spread

    On October 20th, 2017,



    On July 15th, 2016, YouTuber Prone2Pwn uploaded a Source Filmmaker video titled “Coach goes ham [SFM],” which gathered upwards of 4.3 million views and 2,000 comments over the next two years (shown below).



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  • 02/15/18--12:39: Where's My Super Suit?
  • About

    “Where’s My Super Suit” is a memorable quote uttered by the character Frozone (voiced by Samuel L. Jackson) in the 2004 animated superhero film The Incredibles. Online, the moment from the film as well as screen captures have inspired numerous remixes, image macros and more.

    Origin

    On November 5th, 2004, the Pixar film The Incredibles was released in theaters in the United States. In the film, the character Frozone, a former superhero, sees that his city is under attack and wants to help. However, because superheroics have been outlawed, he does not know where his super suit is and asks his wife “Where’s my super suit?” (shown below).[1][2]



    About six months later, YTMND[3] user LocutusOfBorg posted a page that repeated the moment and remixes it with another memorable quote by one of Samuel L. Jackson’s character from Pulp Fiction. As of February 2018, the page has received a 4.21 rating (out of 1,532 votes).


    <br.

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]IMDBThe Incredibles

    [2]YouTube – Where is my Super Suit?

    [3]YTMND– “Where is my supersuit?”http://ytmnd.com/sites/60988/profile


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  • 02/15/18--13:17: Zero Deaths
  • About

    Zero Deaths is a catchphrase associated with popular Let’s PlayerPewDiePie. While playing certain video games, Pewdiepie will repeat “zero deaths,” faux-bragging about how he’s so good at video games that his character never dies when he plays. Oftentimes, he repeats the mantra in videos where he’s seen dying multiple times in video games.

    Origin

    PewDiePie first began using the phrase in a playthrough of Dark Souls III, where he made a bet he could make it through the game with zero deaths. The video, uploaded March 26th, 2016, gained over 7 million views.



    Spread

    A thread about PewDiePie’s playthrough was posted to Gamefaqs[1] on the 28th. PewDiePie continued his “zero deaths” playthrough though he died often in Dark Souls III.



    PewDiePie continued repeating “zero deaths” in future games. On May 29th, 2017, a Redditor submitted a question about the phrase to /r/outlast after watching PewDiePie’s playthrough of Outlast II in which he said the phrase often.[2] He repeated the phrase often during his playthrough of Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy (shown below).



    PewDiePie fans have incorporated the line into image macros and memes about PewDiePie. For example, on August 12th, 2017 Redditor KingShrekthe69th uploaded a joke with the phrase to /r/PewDiePieSubmissions, gaining over 340 upvotes (shown below, left). On August 5th, 2017, Redditor Majsr____ uploaded an image macro that gained 80 upvotes (shown below, right).



    On August 7th, 2017, YouTuber Day by Dave uploaded a remixed song featuring PewDiePie saying the phrase, gaining over 130,000 views (shown below).



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    About

    “Wants to Know Your Location” is a series of images featuring screenshots of various Google searches with a pop-up location services message notification from a web browser saying that someone “Wants to Know Your Location,” suggesting that someone loosely associated with the search query has been notified (similar to Why is the FBI here).

    Origin

    On January 14th, Redditor[1] bananahands0666 posted a variation on the “Why Is the FBI Here?” meme. In this version, bananahands0666 posted an image parodying location services on desktop computers. In the top pane, “is it normal to have a 15 inch penis” is written in a Google search field. In the bottom pane, a location services notification window can be seen with the text “www.google.com wants to Know your location.” The post (shown below) received more than 60,000 points (94% upvoted) and 420 comments in one month.



    Spread

    That day, Redditor[3] _emporer posted a version in the /r/dankmemes subreddit, referencing the PewDiePiebut can you do this meme. The post (shown below, left) received more than 2,500 points (97% upvoted) and 20 comments in one month.

    On January 15th, 2018, Redditor[2] rgauci5800 posted a photoshopped another version of the meme. In this image, in the top pane, “how to hang yourself” is written into search field. In the bottom pane, a location services notification window can be seen with the text “Logan Paul wants to Know your location,” referencing Logan Paul’s Suicide Forest Video. The post (shown below, center) received more than 8,600 points (97% upvoted) and 50 comments in one month.

    Throughout the next few days, more Redditors on /r/dankmemes continued to upload version (example below, right).



    On February 15th, 2018, Redditor[4] LANA_WHAT_DangerZone posted that “Google Wants to Know Your Location is the January 2018 Meme of the Month.” The post (shown below) received more tahn 4,400 points (87% upvoted) and 215 comments in less than 24 hours.



    Various Examples




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    About
    MASH (stylized as M*A*S*H on the poster art) is a 1970 American satirical black comedy war film directed by Robert Altman and written by Ring Lardner, Jr., based on Richard Hooker’s novel MASH: A Novel About Three Army Doctors. YouTube M*A*S*H* – movie theme song – opening – YouTube
    The film depicts a unit of medical personnel stationed at a Mobile Army Surgical Hospital (MASH) during the Korean War; the subtext is about the Vietnam War.[4] Witch also Lead to A TV Show of the same Name In 1972.
    YouTube MASH Opening TV Theme (Remastered) – YouTube

    Origin On Jan 13, 2018 The Youtube User Nothing Nothing Uploaded a video of
    Knuckles Singing to The Song that was used in the motion picture Witch has Gained 12,625 Views
    YouTube Suicide Is Painless – Ugandan Knuckles – YouTube


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  • 02/16/18--07:11: Gru: Hella Gay
  • Origin:

    “You are hella gay gru” is a meme featuring Gru from Despicable Me on which the character is seen claiming that a specific user (generally above or below the poster) is hella gay.

    In less common circumstances, he is seen protecting the poster from other “you are gay” memes such as “you have gay” Sonic memes, “you are triple gay” Cuphead memes and even from other “hella gay” Gru memes.

    The meme originated from a Discord chat where one of the users, named Timelord Sheep, said “Gru is Gay”, later the user called ABlankNam3dKid responded by posting a macro image of Gru stretched out and in low quality with the caption “The person above is hella gay”.


    (Screenshot of the conversation hosted on Deviantart: https://braedenrox.deviantart.com/art/Gru-Get-Suc-696598252 )[1]

    Spread:

    The meme first appeared on many websites deemed as “normie” websites such as me.me, 9gag and Reddit. The exact first instance of said image on said “normie” websites is unknown.


    (Macro image of Gru with different items (or weapons) and a wizard next to a very long caption made by /u/benge13 on Reddit.)

    Later on, it spread on Twitter, Facebook and was very popular on closed.pizza[2] being posted an enormous amount of times.

    Use:

    The image is often used on threads that goes from bottom to top (E.G Twitter) and often refers the user below or above the poster in the same manner as the triple gay Cuphead meme.

    As said earlier, the meme is sometimes used in a protective manner against other “you are gay” type of memes. Gru in those circumstances will be wearing a shield, said shield will generally be “unbreakable” and will protect the poster, plus other users sometimes.


    (From Google Plus, made by RockeroTM.)

    As such, the “hella gay” Gru memes have evolved further into being able to break shields of all types, sometimes with the caption “It is unblockable/It can get through unbreakable shields/Gru’s diamond nose tip can break any shield”.


    (Another example from Closed.Pizza hosted by Cloudinary. Made by Kyle Gaming.)

    Footnotes:

    [1]Posted with the title “Gru gets succ”.

    [2]Better known as Closedverse.


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  • 02/16/18--07:46: #HobbyLobbyChallenge
  • About

    #HobbyLobbyChallenge refers to a photo fad in which photographers take pictures of their models amidst merchandise in a Hobby Lobby store, making it appear as though the model is on a beautiful set.

    Origin

    On January 26th, 2018, Twitter user and photographer @_kelseymaggart[1] posted several tweets featuring photos she’d taken of models inside a Hobby Lobby. Her first tweet gained over 15,000 retweets and 104,000 likes (shown below).

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    Various Examples

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    External References

    [1]Twitter – @KelseyMaggart


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  • 02/16/18--08:47: Cat Curling
  • About

    Cat Curling is a series videos of people sliding their cats across the floor to mimic the olympic sport of curling.

    Origin

    The earliest known iteration of cat curling was posted on February 12th, 2007. That day, YouTuber[1][2] Bill Healey posted two videos of a cat being hurled across the floor with the titles “Cat Curling” and “Cat Curling Two” (shown below, left and right, respectively).


    Spread

    Four years later, YouTuber[3] ziggybiggydiggy published a video that featured actual footage of the 2006 United States Women’s Curling Team in play. However, in the video, a cat is superimposed over the granite stone. The video (shown below) received more than 2.5 million views in seven years.



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]YouTube – Cat Curling

    [2]YouTube – Cat Curling Two

    [3]YouTube – Cat Curling


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  • 02/16/18--08:56: I'm from Arizona
  • I’m from Arizona is a quote spoken by the character Ronald in a scene from the 2017 video game Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. The scene has been used online as to insult the people in the state of Arizona.

    Origin

    In the game Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus the main character William J. Blazkowizc inflates a Nazi base in Venus to audition for a movie by Nazi Germany’s leader Adolf Hitler. He supposes that the actors read his book Mein Kampf when one of the actors called him “Mr. Hitler” instead of “Mein Fuhrer” and states that he is from Arizona. Angry from this and suspecting him of being a jew, Hitler shoots the actor dead with his Luger pistol.

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  • 02/16/18--10:08: Kingdom Hearts III
  • About

    Kingdom Hearts III is an upcoming video game in the Kingdom Hearts series published by Square Enix and directed by Tetsuya Nomura and Tai Yasue. It is set to be released in 2018. It is the long-awaited official next entry in the series after 2005’s Kingdom Hearts II, though the plot of Kingdom Hearts III will incorporate elements from the many side games in the Kingdom Hearts series released between 2005 and 2018, and will specifically take place after the events of Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance.

    History

    At the end of Kingdom Hearts II, a secret ending hinted at the events of new events in the Kingdom Hearts series. At first, rumors circulated that this was a look into Kingdom Hearts 3 (shown below). Eventually, it turned out to be a teaser for 2010’s Kingdom Hearts: Birth By Sleep, a side game in the series featuring characters different from the core cast.



    After the 2007 rerelease of Kingdom Hearts II, known as Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix, Nomura stated he was approached by Disney for a third game in the series.[1] However, his commitment to what would become Final Fantasy XV delayed any progress on Kingdom Hearts III. He stated that Kingdom Hearts III would not see release until after 2012. Later, Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance for the Nintendo 3DS was announced as having a connection to Kingdom Hearts III. A teaser trailer for Kingdom Hearts III was shown at E3 2013 (shown below). It was later announced that the game would also appear on the Xbox One.



    In early 2014, actor Hayley Joel Osmont, the voice of Sora, announced he was in talks with the development team to voice the character again. In September of 2014, Nomura was taken off Final Fantasy XV so he could focus on other projects, including Kingdom Hearts III. Trailers for the game appeared in subsequent video game events, such as E3 and D23 (examples shown below), though Square Enix would not confirm a timetable for release. It wasn’t until 2017 that Square Enix announced a 2018 release timetable for Kingdom Hearts III. That year, they also revealed a trailer featuring the main characters in a Toy Story world (shown below, left).



    Series composer Yoko Shimomura will return to compose the third installment of the series. Singer Utada Hikaru, who sang the theme songs “Simple and Clean” and “Sanctuary” for Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts II, respectively, recorded the theme song for Kingdom Hearts III, “Chikai” (“Don’t Think Twice” in English).



    Online Presence

    Kingdom Hearts III has developed a strong online presence from fans in part due to the long delay between itself and Kingdom Hearts II. It is a frequent topic of discussion on the /r/KingdomHearts[2] and has two devoted subreddits of its own.[3][4] Rumors about the game are a frequent topic for gaming news publications.[5][6] A now-dead Facebook page[7] devoted to Kingdom Hearts III rumors gained 15,000 likes before going silent in 2015. A similar Twitter account[8] has gained over 5,400 followers.

    Related Memes

    Monsters, Inc. Goofy

    Kingdom Hearts 3’s Monsters, Inc. Goofy”http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/kingdom-hearts-3s-monsters-inc-goofy refers to Disney character Goofy as he appears in the Disney-Pixar film Monsters, Inc. -themed level from _Kingdom Hearts III The grotesque nature of the character led to jokes online about Goofy’s appearance. On February 10th, 2018, the Kingdom Hearts YouTube channel uploaded a new trailer for the long-awaited Kingdom Hearts 3, which showed the cast interacting with the cast from Disney-Pixar’s Monsters Inc. (shown below).



    People were quick to make jokes about Goofy’s appearance (examples shown below).



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    I found this meme from a copy of Plainrock124 called Ada08! When I saw this meme I laughed so hard! It was too funny for me! Check this meme out on youtube here by Shrektum:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=55-mHgUjZfY


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  • 02/16/18--10:12: It Defines Who I Am
  • About

    “It Defines Who I Am” is a memorable quote uttered by the character Dash (voiced by Spencer Fox) in the 2018 animated superhero film The Incredibles :. Online, a screen-capture from the scene has been used in image macros featuring the quote as a punchline to various jokes about one’s personal interests.

    Origin

    On February 14th, 2018, the trailer for the Pixar film The Incredibles 2 was posted on YouTube. [1] In the trailer, the character Dash tells his superhero parents that he “wants to fight bad guys[…]it defines who I am” (shown below). The line parodies a memorable quote from the 2005 superhero film Batman Begins in which Batman says, “It’s not who I am underneath, but what I do that defines me.”[2]



    The following day, Redditor[3] Nekoromantic posted a thread in the /r/IncrediblesMemes called “When someone asks if I’m going to see Incredibles 2 on opening night” and a screen-capture of the moment from the trailer with the subtitles “It defines who I am.” The post (shown below) received more than 170 points (97% upvoted) in 24 hours.



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  • 02/16/18--10:46: Double Cheeked Up
  • About

    Double Cheeked Up refers to a parody video in which a man details an encounter he had where he saw a butt in yoga pants and found it attractive, only to realize it was his male friend.

    Origin

    The clip comes from a YouTube video parodying Caitlyn Jenner’s Gender Transition by All Def Digital titled “A Bruce Jenner Parody: Confessions of a Transgender Gangster ft. Teddy Ray,” uploaded May 2nd, 2015.



    Spread

    The clip was posted by @HilariousRoasts[6] on June 7th, 2015, gaining over 18,000 retweets. On September 19th, 2015, YouTuber Dyson Smith uploaded the clip by itself, gaining 281,000 views (shown below).



    A definition of the term “Double Cheeked Up” was posted to Urban Dictionary on November 9th, 2015.[1] On November 16th, 2015, it was posted to /r/youtubehaiku,[4] where it gained over 1,200 upvotes.



    The video saw an uptick in popularity in May of 2017. On May 16th, 2017, @WSHHFANS uploaded the clip referencing the RompHim that gained over 5,000 retweets and 7,400 likes.[5] The video was posted to /r/youtubehaiku by TheNaCliest on May 17th, 2017, gaining over 3,000 upvotes.[2] It was posted again the subreddit on July 4th, 2017, where it gained over 2,500 upvotes.[3]

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Urban Dictionary – Double Cheeked Up

    [2]Reddit – /r/youtubehaiku

    [3]Reddit – /r/youtubehaiku

    [4]Reddit – /r/youtubehaiku

    [5]Twitter – @WSHHFANS

    [6]Twitter – @HilariousRoasts


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