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  • 02/21/18--13:32: Renata Bliss Dancing
  • About

    Renata Bliss Dance refers to a freestyle dance by fitness instructor Renata Bliss that went viral in 2015, inspiring remixes and parodies.

    Origin

    The clips in the viral remix video come from a program from Club Dance Class, according to a now-defunct website that was active as early as October of 2011.[1] The website is now defunct because, as Bliss would later admit in a YouTube video (shown below), she had created a persona as a “wing-girl, personal stylist, and social stylist” and in order to speak at events, she needed a product to sell to speak, so she invented a fitness routine.



    The clip saw viral success after it was posted in the summer of 2015 to YouTube. It went viral after a post by user Stephahahan uploaded a short, nine-second cut of the clip that gained over 2.5 million views (shown below).



    Spread

    The spread of the video was covered by COACH[2] a week after the video was posted to YouTube. Remixes of the clip spread using different music over Vine in the following months (compilation shown below, left). On October 8th, 2016, the clip was included in a Pewdiepie video in which he talked about some of his favorite videos, which gained over 8.1 million views (shown below, right).



    On October 9th, 2016, a GIF of the dance was uploaded to 9GAG on October 9th,[3] where it gained over 20,000 likes. Reddit’s /r/whitepeoplegifs[4] on November 20th, 2017, where it gained over 23,000 upvotes.

    Various Examples



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  • 02/21/18--20:32: Audi Bunga
  • The first referenced use of the phrase “Audi Bunga” originated in the 4Chan board /pol/. It is used to describe an event in which one makes the decision to excuse themselves from a situation.


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    About

    Stephen Crowder’s “Change My Mind” Campus Sign is a photograph of conservative podcaster Stephen Crowder seated behind a sign that reads “Male Privilege is a myth / Change My Mind” outside of Texas Christian University. Since its upload via Crowder’s Twitter account in February 2018, the photograph has been turned into an exploitable template for online parodies.

    Origin

    On February 16th, 2018, comedian Stephen Crowder tweeted[1] a picture of himself seated behind a sign that reads “Male privilege is a myth / Change my mind” and the caption, “Hello @TCU. Come one come all. #ChangeMyMind.” The picture is part of Crowder’s podcast and YouTube in which he attempts to have people with opposing viewpoints convince him of various issues. The post (shown below) received more than 900 retweets and 6,400 likes in four days.



    Spread

    Shortly after Crowder posted the image, on February 18th, people began photoshopping different images on to the photograph. Twitter[2] user @Whatchamccaulit replaced Crowder’s head with Crying Michael Jordan (shown below, left). Twitter[3] user @IanWhetstone tweeted the image with the sign changed to read “The clitoris is a myth / Change my mind” (shown below, center).

    On February 19th, Twitter[4] user @RealishKyle tweeted the image with the sign photoshopped to read “Gonna drink this mug of Hot Piss / Change my mind.” The post (shown below, right) received more than 200 retweets and 1,500 likes.



    That day, Redditors on the /r/dankmemes subreddit began posting photoshops of the image. Redditor[5] xereeto posted a version that reads “Traps are not gay / Change my mind.” The post (shown below) received more than 5,000 points (98% upvoted) and 120 comments in 24 hours.



    Various Examples



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    Not Available.

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  • 02/22/18--08:59: If Earth Isn't Flat
  • About

    If Earth Isn’t Flat is a photoshop series juxtaposing two images, one normal and one curved, to pose a mocking argument in favor of the debunked flat earth conspiracy theory.

    Origin

    The earliest known iteration of this style of photoshopped images was posted by Ultimate Guitar[1] message board user Joshua Garcia on October 17th, 2017. That day, in the thread “Flat Earth Theory Proved RIGHT– 100% True Fact – in One Video,” they posted an image of two shoes, one unaltered and one with the soul erased to appear as though it is curved. The image is captioned, “If the Earth is not flat why do we have shoes like this and not like this.” This image (shown below) implies that a round Earth would require a round shoe.



    Spread

    About a month later, on November 20th, the Facebook[2] account badsciencejokes posted a variation of the meme, replacing the Nike shoe for a DC shoe. The post (shown below, left) received more than 3,400 reactions, 400 comments and 530 shares in four months. Two days later, the image was shared on the Facebook[3] account I Fucking Love Science, where it received more than 178,000 reactions, 29,000 shares and 24,000 comments.

    Several months later, on February 4th, 2018, Facebook[4] account succmymeme shared a variation replacing the shoe with a computer mouse. The post (shown below, center) received more than 4,500 reactions, 1,100 shares and 840 comments in three weeks.

    On February 19th, 2018, Redditor[5]MLTPRPZ posted a version in the /r/theydidthemath subreddit that uses a car as the example of proof. The post (shown below, right) received more than 6,800 points (91% upvoted) and 130 comments.


    Search Interest

    Not Available.

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  • 02/22/18--09:06: The Truthest
  • This meme was created by Eyal282. The meme is similar to ni**a, ni**er and the ni**est meme easily found on google. The text of “Truth” is shown and above it the definition of Truth. Then, the text of “Truther” is shown and above it the known “I ain’t calling you a truther” by Josh Peck. The punchline is the text of “The Truthest” and above it any general truth, the original showing all caps “TRAPSAREGAY!”.

    Here is a link to the photoshop .psd file used in the creation:

    http://www.mediafire.com/file/66he8ev0x5d3x5u/Truthest.psd

    Original ifunny post:

    https://ifunny.co/fun/yoS2T8TY5?s=cl


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  • 02/22/18--09:09: This Edible Ain't Shit
  • About

    This Edible Ain’t Shit refers to a joke format popular on Twitter in which a person says “This edible ain’t shit,” meaning they don’t feel high after ingesting edible marijuana. The person then supplies a picture representing their level of intoxication after a certain period of time, when the edible begins to take effect.

    Origin

    Unlike marijuana taken through smoking, ingesting marijuana via food or drink such as a brownie, cookie, tea, etc. digests through the bloodstream, meaning its effects are less immediate, but last longer and can potentially be more potent than marijuana that’s smoked.[1]“This edible ain’t shit” would be said by a person refers to the feeling prior to feeling the effects of edible marijuana, and the picture used in the meme depicts their intense level of intoxication after the edible takes effect.

    On November 3rd, 2016, Twitter user @Edlauren11[2] posted the first instance of the joke template, using a scene from King of the Hill as the punchline image, gaining over 13,000 retweets and 23,000 likes (shown below).

    Spread

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    About

    Sister Finds Out Brother’s a Furry refers to a viral video taken by a furry of his sister finding out about his lifestyle. The sister’s reactions led to memes created on Twitter, particularly among the furry community.

    Origin

    On February 17th, 2018, Twitter user @itskonomichi posted a video of his sister finding out he’s a furry. The tweet gained over 25,000 retweets and 72,000 likes (shown below).




    Spread

    After the video was posted, Twitter users highlighted several moments from the video and made jokes about them. In particular, the moment when the sister discovers her brother’s sticker of furry art costs $35. On February 18th, Twitter user @Argent_Rizer_13 posted a screenshot of the sister’s face at that moment, saying “Grats. Your sister has entered memedom,” gaining over 470 retweets and 5,000 likes (shown below, left).

    Various Examples

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    Donald Trump’s “I Hear You” Note refers to the reaction to United States President Donald Trump’s notes to talking points for his meeting with survivors of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Shooting. People reacted negatively primarily to the note that reads, “I hear you,” with people criticizing the president’s perceived lack of empathy.

    Backgound

    On February 21st, 2018, U.S. President Donald Trump held a listening session with survivors and relatives of victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting. During the session, a photograph by Carolyn Kaster of the president holding meeting notes was shared by the Associated Press on Twitter. [1] The notes include, “1) What would most want me to know about your experience?” and “5) I hear you.” The post (shown below) received more than 17,000 retweets and 25,000 likes in less than 24 hours.



    Development

    Online Reaction

    Shortly after the tweet was posted, people began commenting about Trump’s notes. Twitter[2] user @RonSexsmith tweeted, "At Trump’s “Listening Sesson” today….For him to have to write down “I hear you” as one of his notes is kind of troubling. RS." The post (shown below, left) received more than 3,600 retweets and 13,000 likes in less that 24 hours.

    Others made jokes about Trump’s perceived lack of empathy. Twitter[3] user @darth tweeted, “‘what is this again’ ‘a listening session sir’ ‘..and…i…’ ‘i wrote it down for you sir.’” Within 24 hours, the tweet (shown below, center) received more than 1,100 retweets and 6,500 likes.

    Twitter[4] user @MEPFuller tweeted a Roses Are Red poem that reads, “Roses are red / Violets are blue / Tell me your thoughts about guns / And (5) I hear you.” The post (shown below, right) received more than 6,200 retweets and 27,000 likes in 24 hours.



    Upworthy writer Parker Molloy tweeted[5] a gif of a person looking at crib notes during an example. She captioned the tweet, “Trump going into the meeting:” The post (shown below) received more than 3,900 retweets and 17,000 likes in 24 hours.

    That day, Twitter[6] published a Moments page about the reaction to Trump’s use of notes.




    That day, an anonymous 4chan[7] on the /pol/ posted the image with the caption, “What a cuck.” Another responded, “This is getting ridiculous, if I could go back in time I would have never voted for him.”



    That day, the image was posted on the /r/politics subreddit[8] by yopd1, where it received more than 18,900 points (90% upvoted) and 2,400 comments in less than 24 hours.

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  • 02/22/18--11:21: Just One More
  • About

    Just One More, also known as The Lies I Tell Myself, refers to an exploitableimage macro series which lists “lies” one tells themselves, such as “just one more” piece of chocolate or “just one more” episode of a show on Netflix. In exploitable variations, the final lie is a humorous lie pertaining to a certain subculture.

    Origin

    The initial image was posted on I Waste So Much Time roughly around January 30th, 2015.[1] The first version ended with the lie “just five more minutes” (shown below).



    Spread

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]I Waste So Much Time – THELIES I TELLMYSELF.


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  • 02/22/18--12:24: omg pip so cute
  • “pip so cute” was first commented twice by a Reddit user called /u/behemothblackhole
    on “A Seris of Unfortunate events” and after them all posters followed.

    It is now a meme among r/Paladins users and is referenced whenever the champion Pip is mentioned.


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  • 02/22/18--13:22: Onionbro
  • About

    Onionbro is a fan-given nickname to the character Siegmeyer of Catarina from Dark Souls. The nickname is due to his round armor, which resembles an onion.

    Origin

    Siegmeyer of Catarina appeared in the first Dark Souls game, released September 22nd, 2011. The player can first see Siegmeyer in Sen’s Fortress. Siegmeyer is memorable for being seen sitting, deep in thought. His storyline can end either by sacrificing himself for the player, or being saved by the player and going hollow, attacking his daughter Sieglinde.[1]



    Spread

    Siegmeyer was quickly given the nickname “Onionbro” shortly after the game’s release.[2] He quickly became a fan favorite. On October 19th, 2012, YouTube user VaatiVidya uploaded an homage threading together various lines of Siegmeyer to portray a storyline for the character that gained over 1.6 million views.



    Fan Art of the character has continued to appear since the character’s appearance. For example, on August 11th, 2013, a piece of Siegmeyer fan art was submitted to /r/darksouls[3] that gained over 380 upvotes (shown below, left). Fan art of the character was submitted by DeviantArt artist MenasLG on October 3rd, 2015 (shown below, right).



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Dark Souls Wiki – Siegmeyer of Catarina

    [2]Gamefaqs – Correct Onionbro Sequence

    [3]Reddit – /r/darksouls – Epic Onionbro art [Pixiv]


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  • 02/22/18--13:37: You've Been Gnomed
  • About

    You’ve Been Gnomed is a computer animation of a gnome mythical creature named Noggin Clontith, who taunts the viewer at the end of the clip by saying “You’ve been gnomed!”

    Origin

    On May 29th, 2018, the domain for the site NogginClontith.co.uk[4] was registered, which features stories and media about the gnome character Noggin Clontith.



    On March 7th, 2010, YouTuber angie8051 uploaded an advertisement for the site titled “youve been gnomed.wmv,” which featured a 3D animation of Clontith laughing before looking at the camera while saying “You’ve been gnomed!” (shown below). Within eight years, the video accumulated more than 230,000 views and 320 comments.



    Spread

    On November 5th, 2015, Redditor Rolfy submitted the video to /r/DeepIntoYouTube.[3] On January 5th, 2016, a page for a copypasta based on the video was submitted to the Trollpasta Wiki.[2]

    I have a story to tell you from the old days of the internet. Something that has left me shaken and depressed since it happened to me. It all started when one of my friends on AIM sent me a link to what I thought was free game demos. But when I clicked the link, I got this instead:

    Youve been gnomed
    Youve been gnomed.wmv

    Needless to say, I was shocked. Not only was the creature for me not a gnelf or a gnoblin, he was also not free game demos. I couldn’t believe I had been tricked like this. But I wasn’t creeped out (Or at least, I tried not to be), so I just shook it off and continued searching for free game demos.

    Anyway, a while later, I came across the shareware version of Quake. I downloaded it and installed it onto my computer. If you don’t know of it, the shareware version of Quake only has the first of the game’s four episodes accessible, with doors blocking off the path to the other three. I played the first episode and it was really fun; back then Quake was the best game ever. But when I got to the boss of that episode, a guhnome popped out and said “You’ve Been Gnomed!” It was the exact same gnome from the video! I couldn’t believe it. Now I was a little scared, but I decided to keep looking for free game demos.

    That night in my dreams, I kept seeing visions of a guhnome who was not a gnelf or a gnoblin telling me that I’d been gnomed. I woke up and there was hyper-realistic blood EVERYWHERE and a note that said “You’ve Been Gnomed!” Needless to say, I was really scared, so I ran out of my house to the nearest hotel. As I was walking through the door, I couldn’t help but think that the garden gnome outside was looking at me strangely. But I shrugged it off.

    I walked into my hotel room, and when I closed the door, the lights started flickering and swinging around. I didn’t care though, so I tried to go back to sleep – but the gnome nightmares had followed me. I slept all night like that, waking up terrified, eventually getting back to sleep and waking up after a few seconds of the gnome’s face. When it was finally morning again, there was writing on the ceiling in hyper-realistic blood.

    “If You WaNT The NiGHtMaRES tO StOp, ShArE The GNOmE VIdEo WITh YOuR FRIeNDs”

    So that’s what I’ve done. I’ve written this pasta to try to get more people to see the You’ve Been Gnomed video. Hopefully now, the nightmares will stop.

    On February 1st, the “You’ve Been Gnomed” Facebook[1] page was launched. On September 30th, a “deep fried”: version of the video was uploaded by YouTuber Frootlewpz (shown below).



    On January 20th, 2018, the original video was submitted to the /r/youtubehaiku[5] subreddit, where it gathered more than 1,900 points (90% upvoted) and 75 comments within one month.

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Facebook – Youve Been Gnomed

    [2]Trollpasta Wiki – You’ve Been Gnomed

    [3]Reddit – youve been gnomedwmv

    [4]NogginClontith.co.uk – The Adventures of Noggin Clontith

    [5]Reddit – Gnomed


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  • 02/22/18--13:58: Flickr
  • About

    Flickr is an image and media-hosting website available in multiple countries. It is a useful tool for bloggers and social media users as a means of embedding their own images into posts.

    History

    Flickr was created by Stewart Butterfield and Caterina Fake and launched on February 10th, 2004.[1]

    Controversies

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – Flickr


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  • 02/23/18--03:08: Nigerundayo Smokey!

  • h2. About

    ‘’Nigerundayo Smokey!’’ İs a memorable quote from the Japanese manga JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure:Battle Tendency said by the protagonist Joseph Joestar when he and his friend are running away from the character Straizo.h3. h2.

    Origin

    The original scene comes from chapter 50 of the manga released on December 7, 1987 which was during the events of Part 2, Battle Tendency. In the scene the protaganist Joseph Joestar fighting a vampire named Straizo.After beating Straizo Joseph tells his friend Smokey Brown ‘’ Nigerundayo Smokey’’ (Run Smokey).

    The line was reused on chapter 109.Where Joseph says the same line while comming up with a way to defeat the villian Kars (Cars in Japanese version).As of February 13th, 2008, the panel had already been circulating manga discussion boards such as 4chan’s /a/ (Anime and Manga) board.

    Spread

    For the longest time, the scene has been popular within the JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure community.The earliest known archived mentions of it existing on February 21, 2008[3]. On January 11th, 2013, the scene gained even more popularity due to episode
    11 of Battle Tendency anime adaptaion.Where the line was featured.

    Notable Examples

    The quote had also spawned several derivative images, which feature Smokey Brown,Joesph Joestar or another fictional character running (shown below).




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    About

    What Cleopatra May Have Looked Like refers to a copypasta which reads, “Scientists at Harvard University have created this 3D Model depicting what ancient Egyptian queen Cleopatra may have looked like.” The person then posts a picture of a celebrity or 3D-rendered character for humorous effect.

    Origin

    On February 18th, 2018, Twitter user @lovemedown[1] posted the copypasta with a 3D-rendered depiction of pop star Britney Spears from the 2002 video game Britney’s Dance Beat, gaining over 3,800 retweets and 12,000 likes (shown below).



    Spread

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    Unavailable

    External References

    [1]Twitter – @lovemedown

    https://nylon.com/articles/twitter-britney-spears-cleopatra-harvard-university?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=nylon

    https://www.dailydot.com/unclick/cleopatra-britney-spears-twitter-meme/


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  • 02/23/18--09:17: Bisexual Lighting
  • About

    Bisexual Lighting is a slang in the queer community for neon lighting with high emphasis on pinks, purples, and blues in film.

    Origin

    The colors pink, purple, and blue are the colors of the Bisexual Pride Flag, designed by Michael Page and first unveiled on December 5th, 1998[1] (shown below).

    Spread

    Various Examples

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  • 02/23/18--09:25: #OneLess
  • About

    #OneLess is a social media hashtag accompanied by photos and video of gun owners destroying their firearms in support of gun control legislation, which was launched in late-February 2018 in the wake of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting.

    Origin

    On February 17th, 2018, Facebook user Scott-Dani Pappalardo posted a video of himself destroying his “legally registered AR-15” with a table saw to show his support of banning assault weapons (shown below). In the video description, Pappalardo posted the message “My drop in a very large bucket #oneless.” Within one week, the video accumulated upwards of 23 million views, 397,000 reactions and



    Spread

    On February 20th, Twitter user @Momin8tr[2] tweeted a photograph of her firearm in pieces after being cut with a grinder saw (shown below).



    Parodies

    On February 20th, 2018, Twitter user @Alefantis1488[4] tweeted a photograph of a disassembled AR-15 with the message “I’ve destroyed my AR-15. Have you? #oneless” (shown below).



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]

    [2]Twitter – @Momin8tr

    [3]Facebook – "":https://www.facebook.com/100007513365065/videos/1993503840910042/

    [4]Twitter – @Alefantis1488


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    pls end this pls


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  • 02/23/18--12:16: Flamin' Hot Cheetos
  • About

    Flamin’ Hot Cheetos are a type of Cheetos puff snack that are spicier than normal Cheetos. They are frequently referenced in memes for their spicy taste and their creation story has inspired an in-production biopic for their creator.

    History

    Flamin’ Hot Cheetos were invented by Richard Montanez, a janitor at Frito-Lay, the company that produces Cheetos.[1] After realizing there were no products that catered to Latinos, Montanez had the idea to add homemade chili powder to undusted Cheetos. After doing so, he phoned the CEO of the company Roger Enrico and pitched his idea. Flamin’ Hot Cheetos hit the market in 1991 and Montanez was named Vice President of Frito-Lay. There are currently five different types of Flamin’ Hot Cheetos and it is considered one of Frito-Lay’s most popular products.[4]

    The product caused controversy in October of 2012 when schools in California, New Mexico, and Illinois banned them, citing how unhealthy they were.[2] Around the same time, CBS[3] reported that the snack was causing kids to go to the emergency room because they saw red in their stool. In January of 2018, a doughnut shop in Michigan sold over 600 “Flamin’ Hot Cheeto” doughnuts in two hours.[5]

    Related Memes

    Flamin’ Hot Cheetos are generally referenced in memes for their popularity and spicy taste. While there is no specific style of meme for Flamin’ Hot Cheetos, they appear in various templates. In December of 2017, Popsugar[6] ran a compilation of memes related to the product (examples shown below).



    Creator Biopic

    On February 22nd, 2018, Variety reported that Fox Searchlight pictures had bought the rights to a biopic about Richard Montanez’ life.[7]Twitter users joked about the news. For example, Twitter user @cherielovesyou mentioned actor Oscar Isaac was perfect for the part because of his famous photo in which he is seen eating Cheetos with chopsticks (shown below, left). User @MatthewACherry sarcastically congratulated Donald Trump, implying a movie about Cheetos would be about the president (shown below, right).



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