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  • 03/08/18--13:05: Lit
  • About

    Lit is a slang term used both in conversation and online as an adjective to describe a party, perhaps with levels of intoxication through drugs and alcohol, or to describe anything exciting.

    Origin

    The earliest online definition of “Lit” appeared on October 21st, 2002. It was submitted by ralph fff[1] and was defined as “extremely intoxicated.”



    Spread

    Years later, in 2015, Urban Dictionary user TheGreenAbyss clarified the definition came from the mid-20th century, where it was used to refer to jazz musicians achieving the perfect level of intoxication to play well.[1] In 2016, Merriam-Webster[2] traced the origin back to the 1910s, where the earliest recorded use of the phrase appeared 1918’s War Birds: Diary of an Unknown Aviator, as “We walked into the vamp’s house. We all got lit and had a hell of a time.” Several other definitions of “Lit,” as well as variations on the phrase like “It’s Lit,”[3]“Lit AF,”[4] and “Get Lit,”[5] appear on Urban Dictionary. It has also been defined in articles by Bustle,[6] The Odyssey,[7]USA Today,[8] and others.

    On December 1st, 2017, Jake Paul released a Christmas song called “Litmas” that gained over 12 million views (shown below, left). On July 31st, 2017, a song by musician sydnee mcgee called “Lit Right Now” gained 1.2 million views (shown below, right). Both songs were notorious for being cringeworthy.



    Other popular songs using “Lit” include the song “Everyday We Lit” by YFN Lucci, which gained over 125 million views. The song “You Know You Lit” by the Dobre Brothers featuring 6ix9ine gained over 18 million views (shown below, right).



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  • 03/11/18--09:14: Es ist Sommer. Ich darf das.
  • Ein eigens kreiertes Meme des geliebten Ehrenbruders Willi L.

    “Als ich eines schönen Tages nackt auf einer Parkbank saß und Podcasts hörte, kam jemand auf mich zu um mir meinen wundervollen Zeitvertreib zu verbieten. Ich antwortete freundlich aber bestimmt:

    >>Es ist Sommer. Ich darf das.<<

    Der Unhold zog sofort von dannen."


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  • 03/11/18--09:58: Who Created Kirby?
  • the meme known as “who crested kirby?” was first seen as early as march of 2018. it originally came form a video titled “Who created Kirby!?” by youtuber youmomgay.mp3(https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsH4CrbevwoFgNESA3sOL2g). the video previously mentioned (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hGMBQZywlR4) depicts kirby acting out the lyrics of the popular song gods plan from drakes 2018 album “Scary Hours”, where when the song says “My Momma”, kirby says nani and pulls out a phone to google the awnser. when the awnser is found the corect name is found, the picture besides it is not that of the asian Masahiro Sakurai but an obese black man insted. this may be becasue Sakurai does not have a wikipedia articale, and google will most times pull from wikipedia articale for pictures in search results.


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  • 03/11/18--14:30: Sans in Smash
  • About

    Sans in Smash refers to a collection of jokes that theorise that the character Sans could appear in the unrelated game Super Smash Brothers, as recently Nintendo announced that the Inklings from Splatoon will appear in the new Smash Bros. The Inkling Girl’s Eye also originated from this teaser.

    Origin

    One of the earliest variations comes from Tumblr, where a user named kukui,[1] posted a speculation that Sans could theoretically appear in Smash now. This was also the post that gave birth to the Inkling Girl’s Eye meme.

    http://kukui.tumblr.com/post/171672415018/gojira-senpai-kukui-im-just-saying-sans
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  • 03/11/18--14:41: Noah's Food Reviews
  • About

    Noah’s Food Reviews (currently Reesey Cups on YouTube) is a YouTuber famous for food reviews. His channel incited concern when it was noticed that he had deleted all of his videos from his YouTube channel. His channel currently has 17K subscribers as of March 11th, 2018.

    Origin

    The channel Reesey Cups went live on April 25th, 2015. Although the exact upload dates of the videos are unknown, Noah’s first review was on Miracle Whip. He proceeded to upload food reviews from then on, which have since been deleted from his channel, but are still view-able across various channels as reuploads.

    Spread

    Noah’s Food Reviews became more popular, mainly due to the unhealthy snack foods usually featured in his videos. Parody edits have been created both on YouTube and Instagram. On April 17th, 2016, YouTube user There’s Worse Content Out There posted an edit of Noah’s Miracle Whip review, featuring minor visual editing and distorted audio. Another notable creator of Noah’s Food Reviews edits is Instagram account supreme.hopkins. His first edit was posted on August 14th, 2017, and featured a version of Noah’s Monster Zero Ultra review, with specific phrases made louder or spelled out on the screen phonetically to add comedic emphasis. Since then, supreme.hopkins as well as other Instagram and YouTube platforms have reuploaded Noah’s original videos and created comedic edits intended to parody them.

    Disappearance and Controversy

    At an unknown date, presumably sometime in 2016, Noah deleted all of his videos from his channel. This prompted many people on YouTube and Instagram, as well as other platforms, to wonder and theorize about Noah’s whereabouts. One noteworthy video, titled “WHATHAPPENED TO NOAH’S FOODREVIEWS? IS HE DEAD?” was uploaded on July 1st, 2017, by YouTuber Troydan Reacts. Within the video, Troydan speculates about Noah’s whereabouts and even theorizes that he may be dead. He asks for his supporters to try and locate Noah, and for Noah to reassure the Internet that he’s safe. Finally, a YouTuber by the name of Fan Boy claimed to have information about Noah’s whereabouts within the Reesey Cups discussion section, stating that he had been placed in an induced coma for about “four months” since the time the comment was posted, and that he has lost approximately 200 pounds or so while comatose. He followed up with a statement sometime in 2017, stating that Noah’s condition was worsening and that his recorded brain functions were slowly decreasing. He also stated that Noah’s doctors were having difficulty keeping toxins out of Noah’s blood, creating difficulty in waking him up from the coma, and that he was Noah’s cousin. However, in September of 2017, a YouTuber by the name of W2PlaysMC responded to this thread, claiming that Noah attended his school, was not comatose, and had deleted his videos due to hate. On Reesey Cups’ channel, a related channel by the name of CallMeAngel is listed. CallMeAngel, while obviously not Noah himself, frequently reuploads Noah’s videos and asks his audience which food review to reupload next. It is unknown why he is listed as a related channel.


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  • 03/11/18--17:15: Soy De Rancho
  • Started off as a hit single by El Komander in Mexico. People began making unironic memes about it in Mexico in Spanish. It eventually made its way to the U.S.A. After some time, it evolved into an ironic meme. Most memes that use the song are very abstract and make no sense. One of the most famous variations of this meme is of Patrick Star, from the television series Spongebob Squarepants, dressed up as a cowboy with the text on the picture reading Si Señor Yo Soy De Rancho.


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    Overview

    Bruno Mars Cultural Appropriation Allegations refers to the ongoing debate as to whether recording artist and performer Bruno Mars, who is of Puerto Rican, Filipino and Ashkenazi Jewish descent, is adopting and profiting off the work of African American artists.

    Background

    Bruno Mars is a recording artist who has frequently be heralded as a champion of funk and even been held responsible for “bringing funk back.” In each of his three full length albums, Mars has showcased a variety of genres, such as doo wop, rap and funk, which have been historically and predominantly performed by African American artists, including Prince and Michael Jackson, who Mars is frequently compared to.



    Developments

    On June 26th, 2017, ahead of Bruno Mars opening performance at the BET awards, writer Jenn M. Jackson posted a Twitter[1] accusing stating that Mars was appropriation black culture. She writes:

    “I really need y’all to stop with this Bruno Mars praise and be more critical about the ways we understand appropriation. Bruno Mars does not identify as Black. Let’s get that clear at the outset. He is a non-Black person of color (POC) who has recently decided that singing Funk music is economically productive. These claims that Bruno Mars is “bringing Funk back” are erasive to Black Funk artists who pioneered the tradition. FUNK. NEVER. LEFT. Yes, he gives “credit” to Funk artists on occasion. He also has a primarily white audience which has no memory or care for Black artists. In Bruno’s case, ‘bringing Funk back’ essentially means, “Funk was a Black thing and now I gave it to white people.” That’s appropriation. I need us to stop relaxing our critical lens to anti-Blackness and appropriation when it is a non-Black POC harming us. The Bruno Mars praise is also patriarchal cause some of y’all were giving Eminem, Justin Timberlake, and Robin Thicke passes too. Stop it. Taking our shit and repackaging it for white people is not innovation. Even if these non-Black ppl sing well, it’s appropriation. Period.



    The following week, on July 6th, the website High Snobiety[2] published an article entitled “Is Bruno Mars Guilty of Cultural Appropriation?” In the article, the writer lays out the case against Mars, discussing his racial identity, rumors that he intentionally kept his race ambiguous and how he has used the music of black artists. They write:

    “Do his musical stylings and surrounding himself with black talent amount to Bruno utilizing black culture for a come-up, similar to an artist like Iggy Azalea? There’s two sides to the argument: on the one hand, as Bruno said, black people came up with practically every genre of music that is currently popular; from rock, hip-hop and rap to afrobeats and EDM (look up Chicago house music). So if non-black people of color and/or white people can’t partake in these genres, what can they create? Many feel that there’s nothing wrong with non-black artists participating in black culture as long as they respect and pay homage to it, making a distinction between artists like Mars that recognize the influence and the cultural ‘smudgers’ who outright steal from black artists and pass it off as their own work.”

    The Grapevine

    On March 8th, 2018, the YouTube[3] channel The Grapevine published a video, roundtable debate about whether or not Mars is a cultural appropriator. The debate made arguments on both sides of the divide. Within 24 hours, the video has received more than 27,000 views.



    Following the video’s release, people on Twitter commented on the debate, making more points and jokes about the debate. Twitter[4] user @TaraAngel94 tweeted a gif of comedian Jessica Williams and the caption, “Bruno Mars is literally the LEAST problematic musician out here and y’all want to bash him for making Bops that everyone and their grandma can dance to? I mean all that energy can be used for calling out ACTUAL culture vultures but… 😒” The tweet (shown below, left) received more than 2,300 retweets and 5,300 likes in 24 hours.

    Twitter[5] user @JaiTheLioness tweeted, “Y’all are just trying to find reasons to hate Bruno Mars.. if he’s not your cup of tea then he’s not your cup of tea but to say that he isn’t talented and appropriates black culture to validate your argument is wack.. just say you don’t like him and move on.” The post (shown below, center) received more than 800 retweets and 1,800 likes in 24 hours.

    Additionally, Twitter[6] user @yourRHOleModel tweeted, “All Bruno Mars wanna do is sniff is cocaine, curl his hair, and dance his ass off to old school love songs. Leave that little man alone and go to work.” The tweet (shown below, right) received more than 1,800 retweets and 4,400 likes in 24 hours.



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  • 03/12/18--01:30: LemonZestyX37
  • he name “irfandy rizky jalasena”
    and he like cartoon and india serials

    fnX. DeviantArt Me (Irfandy Rizky Jalasena) by LemonZestyX37 on DeviantArt


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    SR International Institute of Technology (SRIIT), Hyderabad is the first institution in India to get approval from AICTE, New Delhi and affiliation from JNTU, Hyderabad in 2011, to start International Engineering Program in collaboration with five ABET accredited American (USA) Universities viz., University of Massachusetts – Lowell, Saint Louis University – Saint Louis, University of Missouri – Columbia, University of New Haven – Connecticut and University of Central Missouri – Warrensburg, Missouri.
    http://sriit.ac.in/
    or
    Email id: info@sriit.ac.in


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  • 03/12/18--08:35: Quack Mirror
  • About

    Quack Mirror is an exploitable webcomic series in which the third panel of a Black Mirror parody comic is photoshopped for humorous effect.

    Origin

    On February 23rd, 2018, webcomic series Pandyland released episode three of a series called “Quack Mirror.” The issues shows two ducks, one holding a tablet and saying, “There’s a new app that can tell your depest sexual fantasty from your picture, let’s try it honey.” The duck holds it to their spouse and the phone shows a picture of a baby duck. The final panel shows the spouse being taken away by police. On Twitter, [1] the comic (shown below) received more than 580 retweets and 1,300 likes in about two weeks.



    Spread

    On March 5th, Redditor[2] Ktnmrrll posted the comic on the /r/blackmirror subreddit. The post received more than 14,000 points (91% upvoted) and 470 comments in one week.

    That day, Imgur[3] epibolic posted a variation that replaced the third panel with a painting for a duck biting a young boy’s penis. The post (shown below, left) received more than 2,300 views in seven days.

    Additionally, that day, Redditor[4] Boristhespaceman posted a variation in the /r/WorldofTanks subreddit, and the post (shown below, center) received more than 300 points (96% upvoted) in one week.

    About six days later, Redditor[5] Shady_Connor posted a template of the meme in the /r/MemeEconomy subreddit. The post (shown below, right) received more than 580 points (96% upvoted) in 24 hours.



    The following day, Redditor[6] truitex47 posted a variation placing an image of Shrek and Donkey from the Shrek films in the third panel. The post (shown below) received more than 3,300 points (98% upvoted) and 50 comments in less than 12 hours.



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  • 03/12/18--08:54: God's Plan
  • About

    “God’s Plan” is a song by rapper Drake. After debuting in February of 2018, the track became a major pop hit, spawning various memes related to its emotional tone and lyrics.

    Origin

    On January 19th, 2018, Drake released the Scary Hours EP which featured the track “God’s Plan.”[1] On February 16th, 2018, he released the music video for “God’s Plan,” which gained over 161 million views in less than one month.



    Spread

    The song debuted at number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, the 29th song in history to do so. It is also Drake’s 4th debut at number 1, and 2nd as a solo artist. The song fits into the Trap genre and was produced by Cardo, Yung Exclusive, Boi-1da, and 40. The song’s music video was notable as Drake donated $175,000 to Miami residents during the filming. The video’s opening also states that the nearly $1 million budget for the production had been given away as well.

    Related Memes

    God’s Plan Starts Playing

    *God's Plan Starts Playing* is a series of image macros in which a screen capture from the music video for Drake’s song “God’s Plan” and the phrase “*God’s Plan starts playing*” serves as the punchline to a joke about a small act of kindness. On February 24th, 2018, Twitter user @deliberatedaily tweeted a screenshot of Drake hugging a person from the video with the caption, “@chipotle worker: ‘your change will be $2.25’ me: ‘you can keep it’ *God's Plan starts playing*.” The post (shown below) received more than 41,000 retweets and 126,000 likes in five days.



    Several media outlets published articles about the popularity of the meme, including TIME. Additionally, on February 28th, Twitter published a Moments page on the popularity of the meme.

    Various Examples




    She Say Do You Love Me

    She Say Do You Love Me refers to videos animating one of the lyrics of the song which goes “She say ‘Do you love me?’ I tell her, ‘Only partly. I only love my bed and my momma, I’m sorry.’” The videos tend to be animated with characters from pop culture, such as Kirby and Shrek. One of the first popular edits to appear on YouTube appeared on February 3rd, 2018, and featured the character Clarence from the Cartoon Network show of the same name, gaining over 92,000 views (shown below, left). A compilation of videos using the lyric was posted to YouTube on the 19th, gaining over 187,000 views (shown below, right).



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    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – God’s Plan


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  • 03/12/18--09:28: #NeverBeTheSameVideo
  • About

    #NeverBeTheSameVideo is a hashtag with which people discuss the music video for pop singer Camila Cabello’s song “Never Be the Same.” A scene in which the singer is draped in a red, plastic-looking fabric prompted parodies in which Twitter users compared the shot to various red snacks and food items.

    Origin

    On March 8th, 2018, pop singer Camila Cabello, formerly of music group Fifth Harmony, released a music video for her song “Never Be the Same.” The song gained over 9.6 million views in less than five days (shown below).



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    About

    Taylor Swift’s “Delicate” Music Video refers to a series of jokes, memes and online discussion about the music video for the Taylor Swift song “Delicate.”

    Origin

    On March 11th, 2018, Taylor Swift released the music video for her song “Delicate” on YouTube. [1] The video features Swift receiving a golden ticket that makes her invisible to the public. She spends the video dancing around crowds at an opera house, subway and in the street. Within 24 hours, the video (shown below) received more than 7.7 million views.



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  • 03/12/18--13:18: Grt
  • Origion
    On march twelfth, twenty eighteen, on the social gaming platform ROBLOX, a user who was only remembered as Anna was playing the game “Auto Rap Battles” when she was picked as one of the next people to do a rap battle. She started off her rap but misspelled the word “get” as “grt”. Shortly after the user Shybull877 started to point out this mistake and five other people began spamming the word “grt”. Coincidently four of the five users where chosen for the next four rap battles, three of them only said the word “grt” and they won their rap battles but the user Shybull877 did not and he lost because of it.

    Ussage

    The word grt is typically used as a war cry except taken way too far. For example, if you where having an argument that you wanted to win, you would only say grt. Or traditionaly in a rap battle where all you walk say is grt like this “Grt Grt Grt Grt Grt Grt Grt Grt Grt Grt Grt Grt Grt Grt Grt Grt Grt Grt Grt Grt Grt Grt Grt Grt”
    The user Shybull877 is also known for using grt like so “grt rekt scrub”,
    and by using another word Anna spelt wrong which was know but she spelt it as mnow
    like this “Do you mnow the power of grt”

    Meaning

    Grt is get misspelled,
    but it also has a deeper meaning of when you want something so bad all you have to say is grt and you will get it.

    #GrtSquad4Life


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  • 03/12/18--13:32: #SelfiesForAriana
  • About

    #SelfiesForAriana is a hashtag that was trending in response to recording artist Ariana Grande stating that fans frequently post selfies with the pop-star but obscure their faces.

    Origin

    On March 11th, 2018, recording artist Ariana Grande posted a message on Instagram Stories[1] asking fans to show their faces in selfies. She wrote: “I love meeting y’all out and about, it makes me so so happy! But it makes me so sad when y’all don’t put your faces in the photos or put emojis over your faces or ask to not be in them! You show me so much unconditional love all the time no matter what tf i look like. You deserve to show yourselves that same kindness. Please lear to give that to yourselves! You will get there and you deserve it and i love you the vaery same way! sweet dreams.”



    Spread

    That day, fans of the singer began posting selfies of themselves with the hashtag “#SelfiesForAriana” on Twitter and Instagram. Twitter[2] user @deluxeariana posted two selfies with the caption “hi I love miss ariana grande butera #SelfiesForAriana.” The post (shown below, left) received more than 130 retweets and 2,000 likes in 24 hours.

    Twitter[3] user @dangeroustasha posted two selfies as well. The post (shown below, center) received more than 160 retweets and 2,900 likes in 24 hours. Throughout the day, more fans posted selfies under the hashtag.

    Several media outlets covered the hashtag, including Mashable,[4]The Daily Dot[5] and more.




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  • 03/12/18--15:28: Cute Little Fang
  • About

    Cute Little Fang, also known as the Moe Fang or Tsundere Fang, is a character trait present with, most commonly female, anime and manga characters in which they have a small triangular tooth showing on the edge of their mouth. While the protruding teeth were already a well known trait for certain character types amongst fans of it for decades, it wasn’t until 2017 before it gained more of a memetic status.

    Background

    Snaggletooth, or Yaeba[1] (八重歯) in Japanese, is the term given to human teeth, especially upper canines, with an uncommonly fang-like appearance. According to the Online Ethymology Dictionary,[2] the term snaggletooth already dates back to the 1580s as a term for “having crooked, projecting teeth”. In 2013, Yaeba became a trend in Japan where teenage girls would undergo dental procedures to have their upper canines capped.[3]



    In manga and anime, protruding teeth are most commonly used as a character trait to display mischievousness or being evil, but also as a general feature for the popular catgirls and other types of monster girls. It is unknown when characters first started appearing with the trait, and manga displaying them already predate the 2000s. The fangs come as either one tooth or two teeth and are sometimes drawn as an extension of the lip (also known as the “lip fang”) instead of a tooth.

    Spread

    A TvTropes page for the “Cute Little Fangs” was created on May 18th, 2013.[7] A subreddit for cute litte fangs, r/cutelittlefangs,[4] was created October 22nd, 2014, and has over 12,500 subscribers as of March 2018. The subreddit also created its own visual reference album by redditor u/andres1232 on Imgur on January 5th, 2015, which displays, as according to the subreddit, the best characters who illustrate the appeal of the cute little fang.[5] The album references various popular anime, including The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya, Oreimo (shown below, left) and Kill La Kill (shown below, right).



    On February 17th, 2017, Youtuber Lost Pause[8] created an video dedicated to the fang character trait, referring to it as “the most important thing”, and explained some of the background on it as well. The video managed to gather over 200,000 views in the following year.



    Throughout 2017, the fang gained a more mainstream appeal within anime communities following several anime and games with characters that feature the trait alongside fans that exploited this through images. Arguably the most notable examples of this increase in popularity include Satania from Gabriel Dropout (shown below, left), Astolfo from Fate/Apocrypha (shown below, middle) and Natsuki from Doki Doki Literature Club (shown below, right).



    On January 31st, 2018, redditor u/jasimina uploaded an image to r/animemes which featured various cute little fangs alongside the character Guts from the Berserk manga and anime (shown below, top left). The post managed to gather 4,235 points prior to being archived and is the top search result of the board for “fang” as of the same date. The format used by u/jasimina was reused by several other redditors on the board to create their own images using different characters.




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  • 03/10/18--09:04: Bojler eladó
  • About

    Bojler eladó is a Hungarian phrase, meaning boiler (water heater) for sale. It’s used as a comment by Hungarians when they see a Hungarian reference on a popular international platform like 9gag or reddit, where it’s a rarity that this small country is mentioned. Other Hungarians often hop on the joke, and ask the commenter about the quality of the boiler, its price, etc.

    Origins

    It is a punchline from a Hungarian joke which can be translated as follows:

    Kovács dies. His widow asks the best friend of the family, Szabó, to request an obituary notice but a short one so it would cost less.
    Szabó goes to post the obituary notice and dictates the following text: “Kovács died.”
    The administrator looks to him surprised: “Is it that short? The price is the same up to 5 words.”
    “Alright fine: Kovács died. Boiler for sale.”

    The phrase refers to the increasing sales of boilers after hot tap water was introduced to many rural households. Since it was before the Internet, people advertised their boilers on flyers pinned to lamp posts, walls, etc. Given the surplus of boilers for sale, it became a useless addition to advertisements of other things for sale, e.g. “Motorbike for sale (insert detailed description) Btw, boiler for sale as well.”

    Spread

    When the time of online forums has come, this funny addendum was used at the end of long posts where a lot of topics were covered, as just to add another item to an already long wall of text, for fun. Or as a comment to such long post to joke about its overwhelming amount of text.

    Then the phrase was used with the same intention on international forums and other sites, leaving foreign people clueless about its meaning. Now it’s just to confuse non-Hungarians, it is commented below any post mentioning Hungary or something related to it.


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  • 03/12/18--19:22: Pastel Wash
  • Overview

    Pastel wash refers to an art style notable for its use of soft, washed-out colors and character designs influenced by anime and 90s Disney animations. This art style became popular around the early 2010s, especially among the young adult/teenage demographic in Tumblr and DeviantART, and has become a pervasive style in both sites with numerous artists adopting it.

    Notable pastel wash artists in DeviantART include Sleepykinq and ufohouse.

    work in progress


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  • 03/13/18--07:47: Human-Faced Dog
  • About

    Human-Faced Dog refers to an image of a 1-year old Shih-poo which went viral after internet commenters noticed remarkably human-like features in the dogs face.

    Origin

    The dog is named Yogi and belongs to Facebook user Chantal Desjardins.[1] After Desjardins posted a photo of the dog to her Facebook, Reddit user emceegrath[2] reposted the image to Reddit’s /r/pics on February 26th, 2018. There, it gained over 19,000 upvotes.



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    External References

    [1]Buzzfeed – This Dog Has A Human Face

    [2]Reddit – /r/pics


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    This is a meme I created about Anthro, the new invention Roblox is trying to do. It is 100% made by me, I took the screenshot of Anthro in that angle and I wrote the text. If you really like it don’t forget to share it with all your friends so this meme can become popular! If you hate Anthro try and use it as much as you can so Roblox somehow cancels it!

    OD’ing = Online Dating


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