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  • 03/16/18--09:28: It's Over for You Bitches
  • About

    It’s Over for You Bitches refers to a snowclone popular on Twitter with the format “Once I X, it’s over for you bitches.” The phrase originated on Black Twitter as girls made sincere comments about the things they could do that, once accomplished, would make them metaphorically superior to other women. As the phrase evolved, people jokingly made longer lists with more difficult tasks in the snowclone.

    Origin

    It’s unclear where the snowclone first started, but early examples can be found on Twitter in 2013. For example, on November 24th, 2013, Twitter user @_KindredLamar[1] tweeted “When @Rihanna combs her wrap down, it’s OVER for you bitches” (shown below, left).



    Spread

    More humorous versions of the snowclone began appearing several years later. On February 1st, 2016, Twitter user @miamour__ posted a picture of taser knuckles with the phrase, gaining over 50 retweets (shown below). The humorous examples began spreading more widely in the fall of 2017. For example, on October 17th, 2017, Twitter user @dinkleberg_69 tweeted “Once I come out my dusty ass little shell and stop giving a fuck it’s over for you bitches. Just wait 10 years you’ll see,” gaining over 110 retweets (shown below, right).



    These humorous tweets continued to spread into 2018. One of the most popular tweets was posted by @SethEverman on March 13th, 2018, gaining over 36,000 retweets and 71,000 likes (shown below, left). On March 11th, a tweet by @avgeroftmorgan stated “once i change literally everything about myself it’s over for you bitches,” gaining over 40 retweets and 80 likes (shown below, right). The meme was covered by The Daily Dot[2] on March 16th, 2018.



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  • 03/16/18--10:32: The Gods are pleased
  • Pleased God baby.

    made by Jelle Middendorf


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  • 03/16/18--10:37: Hard to Swallow Pills
  • About

    Hard to Swallow Pills refers to a series of photoshoppedimage macros based on two WikiHow stock images: one someone reading a pill bottle that reads “Hard Pills to Swallow” and the other image of the pills in someone’s hands that are labeled a difficult truth. This meme is similar to Pills That Make You Stare and "Powder That Makes You Say "Yes"":/memes/powder-that-makes-you-say-yes/.

    Origin

    The two images used in the meme can be found together in the WikiHow[1] article entitled “How to Lower Myostatin Levels.” The images (shown below) were posted on August 17th, 2017 and have received more than 19,000 views in about six months.



    Spread

    On February 21st, 2018, Redditor[2] LeNegolossauro posted an object labeling variation of the meme in which the pill bottle reads “hard to swallow pills” and the pills read “casual conversation does mean she likes you” in the /r/meirl. The post (shown below) received more than 38,000 points (92% upvoted) and 850 comments.



    The following day, Redditor[3] coconutsunbeam posted a version in which the pills read “Incognito does not save you from the FBI.” The post (shown below, left) received more than 4,400 points (95% upvoted) and 90 comments.

    On the February 24th, the Facebook[4] user WikiHow Image Macros posted a variation with the words “Easy to Pills to Swallow” on the pill bottle and the words “pills to end my life on the” on the pills. The post (shown below, center) received more than 520 reactions and 75 shares in less than one months.

    Two days later, Redditor[5] JerrysMindblowers combined the meme with the original Pills That Make You Stare. The post (shown below, right) received more than 970 points (94% upvote) and 20 comments.



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  • 03/16/18--10:50: Oh, You Haven't Heard?
  • About

    Oh, You Haven’t Heard? refers to a snowclone popular on Twitter and Tumblr in which a humorous dialogue plays out, resulting in the invention of a modern concept.

    Origin

    On March 12th, 2016, Twitter user @hashtagyolo11[1] tweeted the original joke, which read:

    BOSS: you’re an hour late
    GUY WHO’S ABOUT TO INVENTDAYLIGHTSAVINGSTIME: oh you haven’t heard?

    The tweet gained over 13,000 retweets and 20,000 likes (shown below).



    Spread

    The format began spreading on Tumblr before spreading on Twitter. One of the earliest posts was made by captainsnoop on January 11th, 2017, gaining over 1,400 notes (shown below, left). A post by a-trex on November 27th gained over 64,000 notes (shown below, right). The Tumblr spread of the meme was covered by Meme Documentation on December 30th, 2017.[2]



    The meme saw more spread on Twitter in early 2018. For example, a Tweet from January 31st by user @oodlenoodle_ gained 8 retweets and 34 likes (shown below, left). Twitter user @greatcometgirl posted a tweet on March 15th that gained 3 retweets and 12 likes in one day (shown below, right).



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    Unavailable

    External References

    [1]Twitter – @hashtagyolo11

    [2]Tumblr – Meme Documentation


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    About

    Miami Spring Break Twerking Video refers to a series of online jokes and controversies regarding a video of a man licking a woman’s buttocks as she dances while on spring break in Miami, Florida.

    Origin

    On March 14th, 2018, Twitter[1] user @max_biggaveL tweeted a video of himself licking the buttocks of a woman dancing. He included the caption, “Yoooooooooo 🤦🏾‍♂️ I was big wilding in Miami.” The post (shown below) received more than 10,000 retweets and 23,000 likes in two days.




    Spread

    That day, a woman who claims to be the woman in the video sent a direct message to @max_biggaveL asking him to delete the video. @max_biggaveL tweeted[2] the message with the caption “I’m crying 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭.” The post (shown below, left) received more than 6,500 retweets and 9,700 likes in two days.

    The user continued to post more images of their conversation. He captioned the second post,[3]“Shorty told me she don’t have a man 🤔.” The post (shown below, center) received more than 8,800 retweets and 11,000 likes in 24 hours.

    Additionally, that day, Twitter[4] user @_BirdieJackson tweeted an image of the woman wither her boyfriend followed by images of the two @max_biggaveL tweets. The post (shown below, right) received more than 29,000 retweets and 48,000 likes in two days.



    On March 15th, Redditor[5]VONTETHESAV posted a tweet about the incident on the /r/BlackPeopleTwitter. The post received more than 4,100 points (97% upvoted) and 370 comments in 24 hours.

    That day, Twitter[6] user @OnlyChristoff posted a Jazz Music Stops variation with the caption “Girlfriend: ‘I’m going to South Beach in Miami with my friends this spring break, okay?’ Every Nigga in the World Now:” The post (shown below) received more than 60 retweets and 120 likes in 24 hours.



    Additionally, Twitter[7] user @nuffsaidNY posted an image of a man fully dressed on a beach with the caption "When you leave NY to go look for your girl in Miami, cause you seen a video of n*ggas smacking and licking her ass on Twitter. " The post (shown below) received more than 9,800 retweets and 17,000 likes in 24 hours.



    Search Interest

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    About

    The 2018 United Airlines Dog Death refers to an incident where a United Airlines flight attendant demanded a dog be put in an overhead compartment, leading to the dog’s death. The incident occurred nearly a year since the passenger removal controversy.

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]npr – Dog Dies In Overhead Bin On United Flight; Airline Apologizes

    [2]NY Daily News – Dog owner says United disregarded her pet’s barks for help before it died in overhead bin

    [3]abc News – Dog dies on United flight after being placed in overhead bin, airline confirms

    [4]Los Angeles Times – Dog death on United Airlines prompts legislative proposal and policy change


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  • 03/16/18--13:10: ReLIFE
  • About

    ReLIFE is a Japanese webtoon series written and illustrated by Yayoiso. The series revolved around a 27-year old unemployed man who takes a pill to rejuvenate him by ten years, forcing him to reenroll as a high school student. Since starting in 2013, the series has been adapted as an anime and feature film.

    History

    ReLIFE was written and illustrated by Yayoiso.[1] The first issue was uploaded on October 12th, 2013.

    Online Presence

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – ReLIFE


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  • 03/16/18--13:17: Internet Bloodsports
  • About

    Internet Bloodsports is a series of videos on YouTube featuring acrimonious debates regarding a variety of controversial topics, including immigration, feminism, misogyny and racism. The videos are largely associated with alt-right YouTube streamers and the internet gossip discussion forum Kiwi Farms.

    Origin

    Spread

    On January 31st, 2018, the blog Right Wing Watch[2] published an article titled “Welcome to YouTube ‘Bloodsports,’ The Alt-Right’s Newest Recruiting Tool.”

    On February 15th, a thread titled “Internet Bloodsports Blood for the Blood God, Skulls for the Skull Throne” was submitted to Kiwi Farms.[3]

    Two days later, YouTuber Mister Metokur uploaded a video titled “Internet Bloodsports,” explaining the history of the YouTube series.



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]

    [2]Right Wing Watch – Welcome To YouTube Bloodsports

    [3]Kiwi Farms – Internet Bloodsports


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  • 03/16/18--14:55: Glo Up
  • About

    Glo Up (also known as “Glow Up”) is an internet slang term for gaining confidence, appearance and style from one time period to another. Glo Up photos are frequently posted in a type of “before and after” template with an old photograph juxtaposing a newer, more stylish one. The term is synonomous with “ugly duckling syndrome,” meaning to come into one’s own.

    Origin

    The term “Glo Up” was coined by rapper Chief Kee in the song “Gotta Glo Up One Day,” which was officially released on August 15th, 2013.[1] In the song, Chief Keef raps about woman who needs mature as well as his own rise to wealth. The following day, YouTuber[2] Body uploaded the song, where it received more than 160,000 views in four and half years.



    Spread

    On September 24th, 2014, Urban Dictionary user BEEZUSChrist defined “GLO” as "When one is to “GLO” or “GLO’d Up” his confidence, swagg and demeanor are so hiehtened they cannot be changed by negativity. GLO can only be defined as your swag." The post (shown below) received more than 850 upvotes in three and a half years.



    On February 15th, 2015, Redditor[4] bennysfromheaven posted "What does the term ‘Glo up’ mean? in the /r/OutOfTheLoop subreddit.

    Two years later, on May 23rd, 2017, rapper Meek Mill uploaded the video for his song “Glow Up.”[6] The post (shown below) received more than 7.1 million views in less than one year.

    On October 22nd, 2017, Twitter yser @caitlincrowley_ tweeted, “Freshman to senior year, does this count as a glo up???” Below the caption, they posted a picture on a date as a freshman and kissing a woman in front a fountain their senior year. The post (shown below) received more than 35,000 retweets and 137,000 likes.



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  • 03/15/18--08:35: Are Pop Tarts Ravioli?
  • About

    Are Pop Tarts Ravioli? is an online debate akin to Is a Hot Dog a Sandwich? in which people argue over whether or not the pastry product “Pop-Tarts” qualifies as a type of ravioli, generally thought of as a type of pasta. The argument that Pop-Tarts qualifies states that like ravioli, Pop-Tarts are a carb with other food baked inside, only instead of cheese as one might find in a typical ravioli, Pop-Tarts feature jam.

    Origin

    On May 30th, 2017, a Discord user named FeckingShite posted a speech in a chat in which he argued that Pop-Tarts qualified as a type of ravioli (shown below).[1]



    Spread

    At some point in the following days, the speech was reposted by a user named elfroggo in the discord. After being reposted by various users, a version with a person named “Trent” was posted to Reddit’s /r/copypasta[2] on June 22nd, 2017, gaining over 260 upvotes (shown below).

    Now, the first thing you may be thinking is “what the heck is Trent thinking? Is he off his rocker?” Yes, this may seem bizarre, but hear me out! Ingredients do not define a type of food such as ravioli. Nobody is arguing that an ice cream sandwich isn’t a sandwich, are they? Or that spaghetti with anything other than marinara sauce isn’t spaghetti, right? Right! So let’s take a look at a ravioli.
    A ravioli has a rather plain casing filled with delicious filling as well as usually a yummy sauce of some kind on top. Now, let’s look at a pop tart. A pop tart consists of a rather plain casing containing some delicious filling, with a yummy topping on the top of it! The only difference is in the ingredients, and, as I’ve said before, ingredients don’t define a ravioli. You can have all sorts of ravioli, just as you can have all sorts of sandwiches. The composition isn’t what makes these foods, it’s the structure. And besides a slight variation in shape, the structure of pop tart is not that different to ravioli, is it?
    You may say that the size is what differentiates them, if not the ingredients. To that, is a slider not a type of burger? Sub sandwiches are still sub sandwiches, whether they’re 3 feet long, or 6 inches long. You’d have to be a big hypocrite to call an ice cream sandwich a sandwich and not call a pop tart a ravioli, because whatever differentiates an ice cream sandwich from a “normal” sandwich-- that is, size and ingredients-- are the exact same things that differentiate ravioli from a good ol’ pop tart.****

    The debate began to generate more attention following a tweet by Twitter user @kadybat[3] from July 7th, 2017 that gained over 11,000 retweets and 39,000 likes (shown below).



    The tweet prompted a series of responses from other Twitter users who argued for different classifications of food based on certain definitions. KnowYourMeme covered some of these reactions on July 10th[1] (examples shown below).



    The theory saw an online resurgence after a Steven Crowder “Change My Mind” Sign featuring the theory circulated in February 2018. User @carlhagelin62 tweeted the sign on February 21st,[3] gaining over 220 retweets and 1,100 likes (shown below). It was tweeted again by user @knapplc on the 23rd, gaining over 13,000 retweets and 46,000 likes.[4]



    On March 6th, the Pop-Tarts Twitter account tweeted that Pop-Tarts did not count as ravioli or a sandwich (shown below). The resurgence was covered by The Daily Dot.[5]



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    Highschool students have always been historically awkward. However, this awkwardness commonly transcends reality and leads to their friends photoshopping them into even more awkward photos to even further emphasize their awkwardness. This meme usually consists of an awkward photo of a highschool student being photoshopped into other images to dramatize said awkwardness.


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  • 03/16/18--16:41: Badbunny
  • Badbunny is a partner on Twitch.tv who started streaming on 2016-02-29. She’s best known for bullying her viewers and never playing any games

    under construction


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  • 03/16/18--17:06: Best By 07 SEP 18 043 / 40
  • NOTICE: THISENTRY IS A [W.I.P.], IF YOUWANT TO HELPPLEASEREQUEST AN EDITORSHIP

    About

    Best By 07 SEP 18 043 / 40 is a non-sequitor catchphrase that came from a printing error on a Life-Savers candy bag.

    Origin

    On March 15, 2018 Twitter user @knitcapchan posted a tweet in which he showcased a packet of sour LifeSavers with ajoke printed on the end, but with the punchline printed over by the packet’s expiration date(shown below)

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Twitter origin


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  • 03/17/18--04:40: joseph joestar keyhole
  • this entry is all about making funny picture of joseph joestar peeking in a keyhole let your imagination go wild see what you can make joseph see through that keyhole


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  • 03/15/18--12:02: Luigi's Bulge
  • About

    Luigi’s Bulge refers to the discussion about a screenshot of Luigi as he appears in Mario Tennis Aces in which he appears to have the protrusion of a penis visible in his shorts. The discussion was similar to that which followed the reveal of Mario’s Nipples.

    Origin

    On March 8th, 2018, Nintendo uploaded a screenshot of Luigi from the upcoming Nintendo Switch game Mario Tennis Aces (shown below).[1]



    Spread

    On March 10th, 2018, Twitter user @cubeyrose posted a zoomed-in screenshot of Luigi’s crotch, suggesting his shorts had a slight bulge from a penis, gaining over 2,100 retweets (shown below, left). On March 12th, Twitter user @fastjellyfish uploaded the shot saying “satoru iwata died so we could an HD photo of Luigi’s bulge,” gaining 19 retweets and 65 likes (shown below, right).



    Meanwhile, a Tumblr post about the bulge by user @fortooate[2] gained over 15,000 notes, as he later responded to the post by mathematically calculating the size of Luigi’s penis based on the screenshot (shown below).



    The popularity of that post was referenced on Twitter afterwards. A popular tweet by @comics212 stated that the difference between Twitter and Tumblr is that Twitter discussed the bulge with disgust whereas Tumblr users responded with fascination (shown below). The reactions were covered by Daily Dot[3] and Comicbook.[4]



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

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    Overview

    Tomi Lahren Dog-Kicking Controversy refers to a series of comments Fox News correspondent Tomi Lahren made in an Instagram Story about kicking her dog “five times” during an interview. The comments were met with outrage online.

    Background

    On March 14th, 2018, in an Instagram Story,[1] Tomi Lahren said to her dog Kota, “Why don’t you tell the world what you were doing during my entire ‘Fox & Friends’ hit? Oh I know, chewing on her damn bone as loud as she possibly could. So I had to kick her about five times during the show.”



    Development

    Online Reaction

    Many online reacted negatively to the video. Journalist Jordan Uhl tweeted, [2]“Tomi Lahren posted a video admitting she just kicked her dog *5* times because it was chewing its bone ‘too loud.’ Animal cruelty typically foreshadows other disturbing behavior. But in Tomi’s case, we already knew she’s evil.” The post (shown below, left) received more than 3,000 retweets and 12,000 likes in 24 hours.

    The animal rights organization PETA tweeted,[3]“Only a heartless person would kick a dog just for doing what dogs normally do--and a reasonable person would simply have moved out of the way or moved the animal. Tomi Lahren needs lessons in basic empathy and logic.” The post (shown below, center) received more than 50 retweets and 250 likes in 24 hours.

    Some commented that people reacted more swiftly to Lahren’s allegations of animal cruelty than her incendiary language. Twitter[4] user @nerdjpg tweeted a gif of Brita from the television sitcom Community saying “I can excuse racism, but I draw the line at animal cruelty.” The included the caption “White people after hearing Tomi Lahren kicks her dog.” The post (shown below, right) received more than 130 retweets and 320 likes in 24 hours.



    On March 15th, Redditor[5] posted about the incident on the /r/Fuckthealtright. The post received more than 260 points (92% upvoted) and 25 comments in 24 hours.

    Lahren’s Response

    On March 14th, TMZ[6] uploaded a video of Tomi Lahren saying that she was “joking.” The post (shown below) received 26,000 views in 24 hours.



    Media Coverage

    Several media outlets covered the controversy, including Raw Story,[7] The Wrap,[8] The Hill[9] and more.

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]AOLTomi Lahren admits: I kicked my dog 5 times during live ‘Fox & Friends’ appearance

    [2]Twitter – @JordanUhl’s Tweet

    [3]Twitter – @peta’s Tweet

    [4]Twitter – @nerdjpg’s Tweet

    [5]Reddit – "Tomi Lahren kicks dog multiple times on live television to “Shut it up”":https://www.reddit.com/r/Fuckthealtright/comments/84i9qn/tomi_lahren_kicks_dog_multiple_times_on_live/

    [6]TMZTOMILAHREN ME, KICK MY DOG? BITCH, PLEASE!!!

    [7]Raw Story – WATCH: Tomi Lahren posts video saying she kicked her dog five times

    [8]The Wrap – Tomi Lahren Admits: I Kicked My Dog 5 Times During Live ‘Fox & Friends’ Appearance

    [9]The Hill – PETA rips Tomi Lahren for saying she kicks her dog


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  • 03/17/18--09:55: jojo keyhole
  • make joseph joestar watch something through a keyhole


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  • 03/17/18--10:55: Oil
  • Overview

    “Oil” is a meme mainly found on Reddit that involves American troops searching for oil.

    Various Examples



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  • 03/15/18--12:02: Luigi's Bulge
  • About

    Luigi’s Bulge refers to the discussion about a screenshot of Luigi as he appears in Mario Tennis Aces in which he appears to have the protrusion of a penis visible in his shorts. The discussion was similar to that which followed the reveal of Mario’s Nipples.

    Origin

    On March 8th, 2018, Nintendo uploaded a screenshot of Luigi from the upcoming Nintendo Switch game Mario Tennis Aces (shown below).[1]



    Spread

    On March 10th, 2018, Twitter user @cubeyrose posted a zoomed-in screenshot of Luigi’s crotch, suggesting his shorts had a slight bulge from a penis, gaining over 2,100 retweets (shown below, left). On March 12th, Twitter user @fastjellyfish uploaded the shot saying “satoru iwata died so we could an HD photo of Luigi’s bulge,” gaining 19 retweets and 65 likes (shown below, right).



    Meanwhile, a Tumblr post about the bulge by user @fortooate[2] gained over 15,000 notes, as he later responded to the post by mathematically calculating the size of Luigi’s penis based on the screenshot (shown below).



    The popularity of that post was referenced on Twitter afterwards. A popular tweet by @comics212 stated that the difference between Twitter and Tumblr is that Twitter discussed the bulge with disgust whereas Tumblr users responded with fascination (shown below). The reactions were covered by Daily Dot[3] and Comicbook.[4]



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    Unavailable

    External References


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