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  • 03/22/18--09:00: BTS
  • [WIP]




    From left to right: V, Suga, Jimin, Jungkook, RM, Jin, J-Hope

    About

    BTS, also known as Bangtan Boys, Bulletproof Boy Scouts, Bangtan Sonyeondan, and more recently as Beyond The Scene, is a South Korean seven-member K-pop group. Comprised of Kim “Jin” Seok-jin, Min “Suga” Yoon-gi, Jung “J-Hope” Ho-seok, Kim “RM” Nam-joon (formerly known as Rap Monster), Park “Jimin” Ji-min, Kim “V” Tae-hyung, and Jeon “Jungkook” Jung-kook, the band has seen immense success since their formation both domestically, with two positively received Korean language albums and a slew of Korean music awards, and worldwide, with songs such as “DNA” and “MIC Drop” charting on the Billboard Hot 100 in the west, alongside a massive fandom online.

    History

    Career

    The group was formed in 2013 by Korean entertainment company Big Hit Entertainment and released their first single album, 2 Cool 4 Skool on June 12th, with their first single “No More Dream” released the same day (music video shown below, left) and followed by “We Are Bulletproof Pt.2” (music video shown below, right). The single album was the first of their “school trilogy”, which was followed by the EP O!RUL8,2? released on September 11th, and the Skool Luv Affair EP, released on February 12, 2014. Since then, they would release 2 Korean language studio albums, Dark & Wild and WINGS, later rereleased as You’ll Never Be Alone, 2 Japanese studio albums, Wake Up and Youth, and their “The Most Beautiful Moment in Life” series, comprised of 2 EPs and a compilation album of the same name.



    In 2017, the band adopted a new brand identity, with BTS standing not just for Bulletproof Boy Scouts, but also for Beyond The Scene. Their first EP since adopting this brand identity, LOVEYOURSELF承 ‘Her’, was released on September 18, 2017, with the EP being supported by singles “DNA” and “MIC Drop”, which was released as a remix by producer Steve Aoki featuring rapper Desiigner in the west (music videos shown below). Both singles became moderate hits in the US, peaking at 67 and 28 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart respectively, and the EP as a whole peaked on the Billboard 200 at number 7, Billboard Independent Albums at number 2, and Billboard World Albums at number 1. The EP would become the group’s best selling work, and their most successful, with both singles reaching RIAA gold certification in February 2018, the first ever certifications given to a K-Pop group, and the second certifications given to a K-pop act after PSY with Gangnam Style.



    Members of the group have also released their own solo projects, with one of the more recent projects coming from member J-Hope, with his Hope World mixtape. In March of 2018, the group announced a Youtube Red documentary series titled BTS: Burn The Stage with the first episode scheduled to come out on March 28 with a total of 8 episodes to comprise the series.

    Reputation

    The group has gained recognition as of the few K-pop acts to not come from one of the three larger Korean entertainment companies, those being YG Entertainment, SM Entertainment, and JYP Entertainment, along with socially conscious lyrics and meshing of various musical styles. They have seen a number of accolades awarded to them both domestically and internationally over the years. They have also made numerous charity donations to organizations and places such as the 4/16 Sewol Families for Truth and A Safer Society, LISA, and more recently, a 2 year collaboration with UNICEF through their Love Myself anti-violence campaign.

    The group has received praise from numerous western celebrities, such as producer duo The Chainsmokers, wrestler John Cena, talk show hosts such as Ellen DeGeneres and Jimmy Kimmel, and pop stars such as Shawn Mendes, Khalid, Halsey, Camila Cabello, and Charli XCX.

    In 2017, they won Billboard’s Top Social Artist Award, breaking the streak held by Justin Bieber for 6 years straight since its introduction in 2011. Twitter also announced them as the most tweeted about celebrity of that year, with more likes and retweets about them than Bieber or US President Donald Trump combined. That same year, they performed live at the American Music Awards, their first live performance on American television. They also hold the Guinness World Record for “Most Twitter Engagements”

    Online Relevance

    On Twitter, their official account used by the group’s members has amassed over 13 million followers since its creation in July 2011. Their Big Hit staff-run twitter account has also seen large numbers, amassing almost 9 million followers since its creation back in May 2013. A third Japanese account has garnered over 2 million followers since its creation in September 2013. Their Facebook page has garnered almost 6 million likes. A dedicated subreddit was created on January 11, 2014 by /u/iHailz and has since garnered over 20,000 subscribers. Their official Youtube channel boasts over 6 million subscribers as of February 2018, and on Instagram, the group’s official account has amassed over 9 million followers. On Soundcloud, they have gained over 867,000 followers.

    In 2017, BTS announced their collaboration with Line Friends titled BT21. The official Youtube account for the project has amassed over 500,000 subscribers as of March 2018, and the official Twitter account has garnered over 1 million followers since its creation in August 2017. The project also has an Instagram page with over 600,000 followers and over 73,000 Facebook likes.

    Fandom

    ARMY

    The fandom of BTS is commonly known as ARMY, with ARMY being an acronym for “Adorable Representative M.C for Youth.” On Tumblr, the fandom has consistently held the number 1 spot on Tumblr’s weekly Fandometrics K-Pop chart since the initial creation of the chart back in May of 2017. On Deviantart, over 81,000 results can be found for fan art and other derivative works. Fanfiction for the group also exists, with over 49,000 results on ArchiveOfOurOwn and over 3,000 results on Fanfiction.net. On Deviantart, over 80,000 results for fan creations can be found with the search term “bts”, with others giving close to or over 10,000. There also exist other small communities such as an unofficial BTS Amino, with over 900,000 members that have joined since its creation in 2016.

    On Tumblr, numerous fanblogs exist for the band, with some such as bts-trans and theyarebangtan being some of the oldest, being created near the inception of the band in 2013. Posts can be found relating to the band under tags such as bts, bangtan boys, bangtan, beyond the scene, and bts army. There also exists numerous examples of fanart, stan culture, and shipping, with ships like Namjin, Yoonmin, and Jikook as some examples of this shipping culture.

    In 2018, the fandom won the Best Fan Army at the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards.

    Fan Art

    [pics n shit]

    Related Memes

    You Got No Jams

    Worldwide Handsome

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  • 03/22/18--10:11: My Organs Vs. Me
  • About

    My Organs Vs. Me refers to a snowclone popular on Twitter in which people personify their organs while joking about their unhealthy eating habits, typically in the format “My organs: ‘X.’ Me: ‘Y.’” The format began growing popular in March of 2018.

    Origin

    It is unclear where the exact format of the meme began. While the meme began growing popular in March of 2018 thanks to several viral posts employing the format, there are numerous examples of the meme which appeared in earlier months. For example, a tweet by @chamaletswift[1] on February 24th, 2018 used two pictures of television host Wendy Williams to personify their organs (shown below, left). On March 3rd, 2018, Twitter user @NCTsmtown_RH[2] posted a video of Timmy Thick to demonstrate how his organs react to water (shown below, right).



    Spread

    The format began growing more popular in mid-March of 2018 after several posts utilizing the format went viral. A tweet by @okaycornell on March 11th which included a Vine video signifying his organ’s reactions to taking a sip of water gained over 107,000 retweets and 240,000 likes (shown below).




    On March 18th, Twitter user @damn_lui also saw success using the format with a joke involving hot cheetos, gaining over 33,000 retweets and 99,000 likes (shown below, left). On March 13th, Twitter user @FeelingFisky tweeted the snowclone with an image of a cat, gaining over 35,000 retweets and 88,000 likes (shown below, right).



    The meme was covered by Mashable[3] and Time.[4]

    Various Examples



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  • 03/22/18--11:23: This Website Is Free
  • About

    This Website Is Free is a popular catchphrase used to caption screenshots of various interactions on the Twitter. The phrase highlights the types of things found on the website, which likely could not be found elsewhere on the internet.

    Origin

    The earliest known usage of the phrase was posted by Twitter[1] user @dmonz2000 on April 16th, 2002 (shown below). That day, they posted “This website is free.” However, the post was not coupled with a screenshot or appeared to be in reference to anything in particular.



    Spread

    Two years later, on January 20th, 2015, Twitter[2] user @fergoe retweeted (shwon below, left) an image of former United States Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz’s face superimposed over the Samuel Adams beer logo with the caption, “This website is free. Never forget.”

    Later that year, on July 31st, Twitter[3] user @AzeemTeam tweeted an interaction between CBS sports commentator Pete Prisco and another Twitter user. They captioned the screenshot, “Dog I am CRYING. I can’t believe this website is free.” The post (shown below, center) received more than 50 retweets and 50 likes in two and a half years.

    On January 9th, 2017, Twitter[4] @god_hates_jags tweeted two posted from Tomi Lahren, who contradicts herself in a series of tweets. The post (shown below, right) received more than 43,000 retweets and 99,000 likes in a little over one year.



    The following year, Twitter user @nrrrdcore tweeted an interaction of a man assuming that a sculpture was made by a western, white man, before being corrected with the fact that the sculpture was made by a Chinese woman. The post (shown below) received more than 20,000 retweets and 70,000 likes.

    About three weeks later, on March 22nd, The Daily Dot posted an article about the meme.



    Various Examples


    !

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    Overview

    Joe Biden and Donald Trump Feud refers to exchanged threats of physical violence between former Vice President Joe Biden and current United States President Donald Trump. The threats were joked about on Twitter as people imagined what a fight between the two would look like.

    Background

    On March 20th, 2018, Joe Biden spoke at the University of Miami, where he spoke to students about the President. Referring to Trump’s infamous leaked tapes where he bragged about sexually assaulting women, Biden stated "“A guy who ended up becoming our national leader said, ‘I can grab a woman anywhere and she likes it.’ … They asked me if I’d like to debate this gentleman, and I said no. I said, ‘If we were in high school, I’d take him behind the gym and beat the hell out of him.’”[1]



    Developments

    On March 22nd, 2018, Donald Trump tweeted in response to Biden’s quote, saying that if he were to fight Biden, Biden would “go down fast and hard, crying all the way.”[2]

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  • 03/22/18--14:15: OMG Wow
  • About

    OMG Wow” (or “Oh my God. Wow”) is a memorable quote from the 2012 Ghanaian film Azonto Ghost. In the film, a woman tells her husband that she is pregnant. He responds, “Oh my god! Wow!” Online, people use the clip to express feigned or sarcastic delight or surprise.

    Origin

    In 2012, the Ghanian, Twi-language film entitled Azonto Ghost was released (clip below, left). In the film, a woman tells her husband that she is three months pregnant.[1] The husband responds with enthusiasm and says, “Oh my god. Wow!”

    On October 22nd, 2016, Vine[2] user aswad isolated the moment and posted it to the website (shown below). Within a year and a half, the post received more than 1,100 likes, 470 revines and 121,000 loops.



    Spread

    About six weeks later, Twitter[3] user @_High_Ku tweeted the Vine video with the caption "When your dealer does Christmas offers. In a little over one year, the post (shown below) received more than 80 retweets and 110 likes.




    On March 9th, 2018, Twitter[4] user @johnticious tweeted the video with the caption “me in office hours reacting to my professor’s life stories tryna make my D into an A-:” The post (shown below, left) received more than 39,000 retweets and 110,000 likes in two weeks.

    On March 11th, Twitter[5] user @okaycornell tweeted the Vine with the caption, “Me: *eats a piece of fruit and takes a sip of water* My organs:” The post (shown below, center) received more than 107,000 retweets and 240,000 likes in two weeks.

    The following day, Twitter[6] user @NahNahBad tweeted the clip with the caption “When I become a parent and my children bring me their drawings of stick people.” The post (shown below, right) received more than 100,000 retweets and 250,000 likes in two weeks.

    Two weeks later, on March 21st, the website Bavity[1] published an article about the meme, its source and popularity.



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  • 03/22/18--16:52: Splatoon 2 Gay People
  • About

    Splatoon 2 Gay People refers to people making posts of stuff totally unrelated to Splatoon 2 about gender and sexuality.

    Origin

    Sometime around August of 2017 many posts in the Splatoon 2 plaza related to genders and sexuality were being made such as ‘non binary proud’ and ‘trans squids unite’ which eventually had people posting various memes such as ‘i left my gender at best buy’. A similar trend is now appearing around March of 2018 but more focused on people saying ‘Im gay and love my boyfriend’ and ‘im proud to be gay and theres nothing you can do about it’. This second wave of posts may be related to the ur mum gay meme which came into popularity around the same time as this.

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  • 03/23/18--08:57: March for Our Lives
  • Overview

    March For Our Lives is a demonstration held in protest of the gun laws in the United States to be held on March 24th, 2018. The march was organized by the survivors of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in collaboration with the Everytown for Gun Saftey organization, demanding action from congress to address gun violence and school safety in America. While the main demonstration took place in Washington, D.C., marches and demonstrations were held around the world as well.

    Background

    #NeverAgain

    On February 14th, 2018, a gunman entered Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida and opened fire using an AR=15 rifle, killing 17 students and injuring 15 others.

    The following day, Parkland Shooting activist Cameron Kasky wrote on his personal Facebook page, “Working on a central space that isn’t just my personal page for all of us to come together and change this. Stay alert. #NeverAgain.”[1]

    On February 16th,he tweeted[2] 3:00 PM eastern time. Everybody please tweet with the hashtag #NeverAgain. We’re gonna make sure people know we are demanding change and we are united." The post (shown below) receivedmore than 120 retweets and 180 likes in a litte over a month.

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  • 03/23/18--09:48: Violence Is Never the Answer
  • About

    Violence Is Never the Answer refers to a Things I Don’t Like Exploitable Webcomic in which a man attempts to break up a fight with the titular phrase. One of the combatants replies with something that causes the first man to punch him in the face.

    Origin

    The comic was originally posted by webcomic artist Pandyland.[1] While the active page for the comic does not list a date of publication, an old URL of the comic features the date “2015-03-15,” making March 15th, 2015 the likely publication date.[2]



    Spread

    Shortly after the comic was posted it was translated into Spanish and was popular on Twitter. A Spanish translation of the comic posted to Twitter on March 18th, 2015 by user @PapaBizarro[3] gained over 1,200 retweets and 980 likes (shown below).



    Many of the exploitable variations spread with Spanish text (examples shown below).



    The comic did not becoming an exploitable until roughly a year later. One of the earliest exploitable edits was posted on April 14th, 2016 by Facebook page God Emperor Trump, referencing Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, gaining 200 likes and reactions (shown below).



    The comic began seeing more popular use as an exploitable in March of 2018. In late March of 2018, two edits were posted to /r/MemeEconomy, gaining over 250[4] and 20[5] upvotes, respectively.

    Various Examples



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  • 03/23/18--10:28: Franklin the Turtle
  • About

    Franklin the Turtle is a series children’s book by Canadian author Paulette Bourgeois and illustrated by Brenda Clark. The books follow the eponymous young turtle as he learns lessons of early childhood at school, with family and around town. The books have been adapted into two animated television series: 1997’s Franklin and 2011’s CGI-animated Franklin and Friends.

    History

    Books

    The first Franklin the Turtle book, Franklin in the Dark was released on August 11th, 1987. Since his debut, there have been more than 50 Franklin books and collections released.[1]



    Franklin

    The first television series based on the books, Franklin, first aired on November 3rd, 1997. The show ran for six episodes, ending on August 9th 2004 after 78 episodes (opening credits below, left.

    Franklin & Friends

    Franklin and Friends, a second series based on the books, was a CGI animated series that premiered on March 4th, 2011 (opening credits below, right). The series lasted two seasons and 24 episodes.


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    The phrase “We don’t belong here, Merry” is a quote from lotr by Pippin when Treebeard tells the two hobbits to return home, Pippin agreeing. It can be used it instances such as something really offensive or something wrong with the world or even jokes regarding feminism. The first use of the joke was by a person named Prison Mike or Crowman online and is used this way.

    https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/349762610394038272/426751427986063370/image.jpg


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  • 03/23/18--11:00: Small but Knowing Clown
  • About

    Small but Knowing Clown refers to a clown doll that spread on Tumblr due to what people interpreted as a knowing expression on the clown’s face, inspiring art and jokes.

    Origin

    On November 7th, 2016, Tumblr user @lymphonodge[1] posted the picture of a clown and captioned the image “me when I’m a small but knowing clown.” The post gained over 19,000 notes.

    Spread

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    External References

    [1]Tumblr – lymphonodge


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  • 03/23/18--11:56: NiggaKhloe Copypasta
  • This meme came from @niqqakhloe’s Instagram meme page, which she created herself, her nationality is canadian although she is known have korean ancestry, this event occurred on her meme page.

    2018 is the year where this copypasta emerged, this person had a massive RHE in popular popularitu due to rather large meme pages giving her “shout outs” because she is a female admin.

    Copypasta;
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    About

    Steve Bannon’s Three Pillar Ideology is a series of parody tweets of a comment former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon made about the three pillars of his ideology: Nationalism, cryptocurrencies, and digital sovereignty. People mocked the three pillars by posting their own, absurd pillars of ideology.

    Origin

    On March 22nd, 2018, Daily Beast reporter Max Tani tweeted[1] from Steve Bannon’s speech at the Financial Times’ “Future of News” conference in New York. He wrote, “Bannon says the three pillars of his new ideology are nationalism, cryptocurrencies, and digital sovereignty.” The tweet (shown below) received more than 280 retweets and 530 likes in 24 hours.



    Spread

    Shortly after Tani tweeted, others began posting the three pillars of their ideology. Twitter[2] user @jbouie tweeted, “*extremely steve bannon voice* you see the future belongs to a great new movement defined by three things: phrenology blockchain waluigi.” The tweet (shown below, left) received more than 230 retweets and 1,300 likes in 24 hours. Twitter[3] user @darth tweeted, “the three pillars of my new ideaology are 1) hug all the dogs 2) eat all the french fries 3) did i mention dogs.” The post (shown below, center) received more than 280 retweets and 2,500 likes in 24 hours. Reporter Yashar Ali tweeted,[4]“The three pillars of my ideology are elephants, dogs, and Stevie Nicks.” The post (shown below, right) received more than 60 retweets and 800 likes in 24 hours.

    That day, The Daily Dot covered the popularity of the meme.[5]



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  • 03/23/18--13:12: Seth Everman
  • About

    Seth Everman is a Swedish musician and social media personality known for his YouTube videos in which he plays keyboard with different sound effects and humorous parodies while maintaining a deadpan expression. In addition to his popular videos, he is active on Twitter and Tumblr where he shares memes.

    History

    Everman was born on October 19th, 1993.[3] On November 7th, 2015, Everman uploaded his first YouTube video, titled “How to make a Zelda necklace,” gaining over 470,000 views (shown below).



    Everman first went viral with his video “When you’re a classical pianist but you listened to hip hop once,” posted February 13th, 2016 and gaining over 13 million views (shown below, left). Nearly all of his videos after that video have gained over 1 million views.[1] His follow-up video in the series, posted June 4th, 2016, gained over 6.2 million views (shown below, right). These videos were covered by WQXR.[2]



    Additional popular videos posted by Everman a video of him covering Drake, gaining over 5.1 million views (shown below, left), and a video of him improvising video game music, gaining over 3.9 million views (shown below, right).



    Online Presence

    In addition to having over 827,000 followers on YouTube,[1] Everman is also active on other social media channels. He has over 73,000 followers on Instagram, [4] 103,000 followers on Twitter, [5] and over 100,000 followers on Tumblr. [6] His Facebook fan page has over 200,000 likes.[7]

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  • 03/23/18--13:45: Dame Tu Cocita Challenge
  • About

    The Dame Tu Cocita Challenge is online social game in which users on the lip-syncing application Muical.ly attempt to reenact the dance from a web video of a green alien dancing to the song “Dame Tu Cocita” by El Chombo.

    Origin

    On October 16th, 2017, Daily Motion[1] user @ArtNoux uploaded a video of a green alien named Popoy dancing to the reggaeton song “Dame Tu Cocita” by El Chombo. The post (shown below) received more than 5,400 views in five months.



    Precursor

    ArtNoux’s version of the video is a remake of an earlier animation featuring an Alien dancing to “Dame Tu Cocita.” The video (shown below) was uploaded on May 6th, 2015 by YouTuber Kuki Graph.



    Spread

    Several months later, on Febraury 2nd, YouTuber[2] Kuki Graph uploaded the video to YouTube, where it received more than 13 million views in one months.

    Five days later, on February 7th, ArtNoux’s Facebook[3] account shared the video again with the caption “Qui danse comme un Popoy ?” (translation: Can you dance like Popoy?) The post (shown below) received more than 3,300 shares and 1,700 reactions in one months.



    The following day, on February 8th, YouTuber Jojo Le Comédien posted a video of a man dancing to the song with the "hashtag “:/memes/hashtag”JaiMougouTaSistaChallenge," which is how it was categorized on Musical.ly. The post (shown below, left) received more than 72,000 views in less than two months.

    Days after ArtNoux’s post, people began posting compilations of people dancing to the song from Snapchat and Musical.ly. On February 9th, YouTuber Dias Hardali Woi Baraka posted a compilation from Snapchat and Musical.ly. The post (shown below, right) received more than 10 million views in less than two months.



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    [1]Daily Motion – Popoy – Dame tu cosita

    [2]YouTube – Kuki Graph’s Post

    [3]Facebook – Artnoux’s Post


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  • 03/23/18--15:32: Ace Combat
  • About

    Ace Combat is bandai namco’s long running flight sim-esque arcade series revolving around military aircraft where the players sortie in numerous different attacker, multirole, fighter and even bomber jets and simulate an unrealistic but gameplay focused flight arcade game.

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  • 03/23/18--19:07: Fukouna shoujo 03
  • About

    Fukouna shoujo 03 (Japanese: 不幸な少女03, trans. “Unfortunate girl 03”) is a GIF by Japanese visual artist vvindowsme depicting a young girl in a bathing suit being restrained by a machine and skinned alive. The GIF became a meme in March of 2018.

    Origin

    The image was published by vvindowsme on the image hosting website ImageBam[1]; a pixiv post advertising the GIF was posted on October 26, 2012.[2]

    Spread

    On March 19, 2018, Twitter user @imOlallie posted a picture of the machine from the GIF without the girl, which gained 84 likes. A reply to the tweet with a You Know I Had to Do It to Em edit gained 180 likes.

    On the same day, Twitter user @PotatoIsNotMash posted a picture of the machine with the cahracter Danny Fenton from the cartoon Danny Phantom in place of the girl. This tweet gained over 1,800 retweets and 5,200 likes.

    On March 21, Twitter user @Jacob_Pinecone tweeted a Flex Tape-themed version of the image, which gained over 1,200 likes; a follow-up to this image featuring a response from the official Flex Tape Twitter account gained 1,800 retweets and over 4,700 likes.

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  • 03/24/18--12:51: Hi I'm Daisy!
  • Hi I’m Daisy
    Hi I’m Daisy is one of the Most infamous Mario Memes on the internet.

    Origin
    This line first appears in Mario Kart Double Dash, Where if you unlock Daisy, Then this line will appear often.

    Spread
    This line got all throughout DeviantArt. with people posting Pictures of Princess Daisy saying that line.


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  • 03/24/18--17:43: i hate being stiff
  • i made this, really blandly, you may edit this however you like to improve it.


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  • 03/24/18--19:35: Dont be Google this?
  • is a blek man and laptop wit funny text. lol tbh.


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