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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]



    The escalating feud became the subject of articles on CNN,[3] Deadline,[4] and BBC.[5]

    Social Media Reactions

    Online, social media users joked about the proposed fight by imagining what it would look like. For example, Twitter user @JayCaruso posted a picture of ponies from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic fighting (shown below, left). Film critic Kyle Smith posted a screenshot from Grumpy Old Men imagining the fight, gaining over 40 retweets and 120 likes (shown below, right). These responses were covered by The Huffington Post.[6]



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  • 03/25/18--12:43: Psycho Dad Axes Laptop
  • About

    “Psycho Dad Axes Laptop” is a “deep-fried” photoshop meme that has a father smashing a laptop to pieces with an axe.

    Origin

    The image used in the format is a screencap from a Youtube video entitled “Psycho Dad Axes Laptop” which originally released on May 26th, 2014. The video is a staged episode in the “Psycho Series” by youtuber mcjuggernuggets. In the video, Jesse’s father (nicknamed “psycho dad”) smashes Jesse’s brothers laptop with an ax.

    Spread

    On March 25th, 2018, reddit user 4k60fpsHDR submitted a meme with this screencap about Swearing on a Christian Server.

    This was the first documented post of this meme.

    Later, Discord user Yook64#6513 posted his own variation of the meme

    Later that day, reddit user ctsman8 posted his own variation of the meme on r/funny.

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  • 03/25/18--13:04: Geiger Counter
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    ⚠ Warning: This entry contains discussion of a lolicon work featuring intense sexual violence on a minor and explicitly showcases rape and its effects on victims. Readers discretion is highly advised. ⚠



    About

    Geiger Counter is a hentaimanga by artist Quzilax, which gained much notoriety online for its explicit nature.

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  • 03/25/18--15:52: Vovkin Vlog
  • About

    In the series of “Vovkin VLOG” Vovka (Vladimir Tsaturov) talks about the problems and shortcomings of society, or sometimes about politics and the continuous discussion of various people and their activities. In fact, Vovka leads a very rich lifestyle, so the series is shot in a positive style! :) The image of Vovka himself sometimes changes in frames and series, which is very noticeable.

    This and already forgotten topic of the ‘Moscow Khrushchev’ and became the reason for creating a whole film about the character of Vova. Some argue that the network can find the fourth season of the series – but whatever one may say, all the attempts at searching were simply hopeless, as one of the creators let out a camera, that the show closes and there will be no more releases… (actual at time 2017)

    From this follows the obvious conclusion that this is the beginning of the end, that is no end of the series and was not foreseen? Many people are arguing about this. And that’s what the mind really worries about: In one of the TV program releases, the cadet (secondary) participant Nikita went into the image in the Gangster style and added his casual, inadvertently wrote the phrase: “I’ll leave it for later. On a black day…” What would that mean, you ask? – And here is the answer: Do you remember the final release of the third season and new locations? – So this is a kind of clue! Ie the narrative narrative narrative finishes on this video… And maybe you need to look in it? Unfortunately, the participants of the episodes do not give any answers to these and other questions. It was only said that Vovkin Vlog will be transferred to the next generation for 5-10 years ahead, and the fact that in the new series we will meet with a new show host. The main features of the input – intro and the main theme will soon disappear completely. Absolutely new heroes and faces – And who will replace all the familiar Vladimir Tsaturov? Riddle… (actual at time 2018)

    The last issues turned out to be very colorful and well remembered by the audience. The film crew was even offered to give an interview for a local newspaper, to which only Vladimir agreed, and later it became clear that he did not want to shine in front of the cameras. In general, the situation with reporters and fans is not very… In January 2017, one fan club managed to follow Vova and his operator. It became known to the Yellow Press that 100% in 2018 were filmed those ‘hidden’ (unpublished) issues of the program. (this data is confirmed)

    Then the question arises – why is cast still an enemy of the people for today?

    Origin

    By the way, the operator is Nikita Tretyak (a well-known person), as he is the producer of the whole series. If you were vigilant and attentive, you would probably notice that all the issues of Vovkin VLOG have been taken off the wall! You will ask why?

    “We will not disclose this little secret until now, try to guess yourself…”
    P.S. Who discovers another little Easter egg in the series, he will understand the essence…

    Sound

    Of course, the music for the series was selected for a very long time and should be suitable for the final Intro. Soon the official soundtrack to the episodes was the composition of «Bring the Heat».

    Also this music was used in another similar sitcom, which called VOVKALIVE.

    According to information from various sources, the videos in which the sound track was supposedly presented were not banned by YouTube. The author paid for each series separately, and the right holder received received monetary compensation. According to preliminary data – exactly for a year the statistics of views and likes has increased precisely thanks to correctly used music in the trailer.

    By the way, you can listen to the demo track by clicking on the link below!
    Vovkin Vlog Original Music | Explicit Sound

    Spread

    In March 2014 the project was just being prepared and was painted by roles. In March 2016, the project successfully started on the video hosting Youtube. According to some reports, the series started on the platform Rutube. At the dawn of the show’s popularity, the show was supposed to have its own Website, but the advised team decided to delete the site, writing off everything for visiting and emptiness. Fair creators organized a fund raising fund for the continuation and extension of the series. The fans who donated kopecks and Schoolchildren were confused, having learned that all their money was simply wasted by the participants of the creative association.


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    but this is irfandy parents!
    but irfandy’s family kill to little brother (irfandy)
    the home from rejotangan,tulingagung
    mom,dad,mbak intan and mas rokhim yells no pray,drink the vitamin (but the family kill to the little brother)


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  • 03/26/18--09:31: Cake Slice
  • About

    Cake Slice refers to a four-panel image from a cartoon of a hand cutting a slice out of a chocolate cake and then taking the rest of the cake for themselves. After being paired online with relatable captions for several years, the image developed into an object labeling meme where the cake, hand, and slice are labeled differently.

    Origin

    The cartoon from which the still comes from is “Donald’s Cousin Gus,” a Disney short from 1939 in which Donald Duck’s cousin enters his home and engages in gluttonous behavior (scene shown below).



    The image began spreading online in mid-2015. A GIF of the clip was posted to /r/me_irl on March 19th, 2015[2] (shown below, left). One of the earliest known posts to use the image was posted to Memedroid[1] on May 17th, 2015 by user Decio_K.Sete under the caption “A hungry child was trying to feed herself while her mum was working..” (shown below, right).



    Spread

    In the following months, the scene was commonly shared as a relatable post. For example, on July 11th, 2015, the GIF was shared on /r/funny[3] with the caption “Every time I bring a cake home for my husband…”, gaining over 900 upvotes. On June 17th, 2015, Instagram user h3llo.gorg3ous posted the stills with the caption “Me,” gaining 90 likes (shown below, left). On June 6th, 2015, Instagram user sexualising uploaded a pic with a caption reading “And that’s how I eat cake, wbu?”, gaining over 75,000 likes.



    Several years after the image spread as a relatable post, it began being used in object labeling memes. For example, Radiohead meme page Weird Memes/Arpeggi posted an example on March 21st, 2018 about the album In Rainbows that gained over 590 likes and reactions (shown below, left). A post on /r/dankmemes posted March 26th, 2018 gained over 6,300 upvotes (shown below, right).



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  • 03/26/18--10:58: Now It's Getting Interesting
  • About

    Now It’s Getting Interesting refers to image macros created with a scene from Detective Pikachu in which the title character says the line.

    Origin

    On February 22nd, 2018, Nintendo released a trailer for Detective Pikachu in which the title character is shown saying “This looks like a case. Now it’s getting interesting (shown below)”



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    About

    Welcome to the Center of the universe is a four-panel photoshopexploitable based on webcomic of an astonaut asking questions of the universe. Online, people photoshop the answer to the question with something absurd, satirical or referential.


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  • 03/26/18--12:09: Disney-Pixar Bracket
  • About

    Disney-Pixar Bracket refers to a social game spread through Twitter in which people fill out a tournament bracket, modeled after the NCAA college basketball championship tournament bracket, of Disney and Pixar films, declaring which one they like best.

    Origin

    On March 22nd, 2018, Twitter user @Yeeitsanthonyy[1] posted a bracket on Twitter pitting various Disney and Pixar films against each other, inviting others to fill out the brackets. The tweet gained over 43,000 retweets (shown below).

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    [1]Twitter – yeeitsanthonyy


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  • 03/26/18--13:18: People Who Sort By New
  • About

    People Who Sort By New refers to characters joked about in Reddit memes as judges for popular content in meme-based subreddits. As subreddits default to showing popularly upvoted content first, the “People Who Sort By New” are credited as the reason a subreddit’s front page shows content.

    Origin

    While it’s unclear as to when jokes about “People who sort by new” began, it appears to have started on Reddit in March of 2018. One of the earliest posts referencing people who sort by new appeared on March 7th, 2018 on me_irl,[1] gaining over 27,000 upvotes (shown below).

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    [1]Reddit – me_irl


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  • 03/26/18--13:34: A Serbian Film
  • THISENTRY IS A [W.I.P.]


    About

    A Serbian Film is a Serbian art house/horror film about a porn star who agrees to take a role in an “art film” only to find that the film is actually a snuff film with heavy themes of pedophilia and necrophilia. The film has become infamous for its graphic, often disturbing scenes of sex and violence and has become the subject of shock reaction videos and memes as a result.

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    Overview

    Killer Mike’s NRATV Interview refers to a controversial discussion between rapper Killer Mike and NRATV correspondent Colion Noir that aired on the National Rifle Associate (NRA) television station.

    Background

    On March 24th, 2018, rapper Killer Mike appeared on the NRATV television series Noir to discuss gun control, the Marjory Douglas Stoneman school shooting and the March for Our Lives. That day, NRATV tweeted[1] a clip of the video (shown below) with the caption “‘I told my kids on the school walkout, I love you, if you walkout that school, walkout my house…we are not a family that jumps on every single thing an ally of ours does because some stuff we just don’t agree with.’ -@KillerMike #MarchForOurLives” Within two days, the post received more than 4,900 retweets and 10,000 likes.




    Development

    Online Reaction

    Many online reacted with surprise and disappointment. That day, Twitter[2] @BritiniDWrites posted a gif of Oh No, Baby, What Is You Doing? with the caption “Killer Mike was on NRAtv?” The post (shown below, left) received more than 1,100 retweets and 5,000 likes in two days.

    Others were surprised that Killer Mike would appear on NRA TV, which has been accused of having racial bias in the past. Twitter[3] user @tariqnasheed tweeted, “I love Killer Mike.Thats my brother. He made some excellent points about Black gun ownership. The problem is, he is talking about it on the NRA platform & the NRA could give LESSTHAN A DAMN about protecting Black people’s 2nd Amendment rights. Ask the family of Philando Castille.” The post (shown below, center) received more than 7,400 retweets and 32,000 likes in two days.

    Others, however, did agree with Killer Mike’s views. That day, Twitter[4] user @diviroxx tweeted, “While I’m no fan of the NRA I get where @KillerMike is coming from. Who do you think will be affected the most by gun control, black folx will be denied the right more frequently and until they stop killing us in the street, I’m keeping my gun.” The post (shown below, right) received more than 140 retweets and 670 likes.

    That day, Twitter[6] published a Moments page about the interview.



    On March 25th, Redditor posted about the interview in the /r/The_Donald[5] subreddit. The post received more than 4,500 points (93% upvoted) and 100 comments.

    Killer Mike’s Apology

    The following day, Killer Mike released an apology for the interview, stating that he did not mean to disparage or demean the March for Our Lives and was not meant to be used in contrast of the March. He said, “I sat with people I might not always agree with […] I did an interview about black gun ownership in this era. That interview was used a week later by NRATV to disparage a very noble campaign that I actually support […] I want to say first I’m sorry guys. I do support the March -- and I support black people owning guns. It’s possible to do both.”

    The apology (shown in two parts below) received more than 5,000 retweets and 15,000 likes collectively.[7]

    That day, Killer Mike’s bandmate El-P tweeted[8] his thoughts on the controversy. In the statement (shown below) he addressed the difference the two share, but “can not and will not ever turn my back on this man.” The post (shown below) received more than 2,900 retweets and 15,000 likes in 24 hours.

    Additionally, that day, Twitter[9] published a Moments page regarding the apology.



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  • 03/26/18--14:19: Etika Discord Community
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    The Etika Discord Community Discord server started because there was so many Etika servers out there such as EtikaYouTubeStream, F R E S H D I S C O R D, and many more. When this server got announced in many Discord servers related to Etika, it blew up. It was hella active. The main reason on The Etika Discord Community Discord server is active to this day is because of Etika’s stream moderators such as Flarpes and EJ Lennon inviting new members (J O Y C O N B O Y Z) to the server. The server is still a growing community.

    FlyingWithFeathers:

    One of Etika’s stream moderators is called FlyingWithFeathers. His server (EtikaYouTubeStream) was the biggest Etika server because of his spamming in the hella active chat.He didn’t bring any context behind on what the Discord server was, he just simply spammed the url in the chat. People hate him for this reason, though. Here’s a quote from the official EtikaWorldNetwork Sub-Reddit (/r/EtikaRedditNetwork). His server COMPLETELY died when a moderator from the server invited his friends to his server (they were the active members in EtikaYouTubeStream). Since The Etika Discord Community Discord server got announced, it killed the server even more, only leading around 5 members talking in the server at random points.

    He has recently joked about someone who said that joking about assault is unfunny and disgusting, which it is, whether you think it’s funny or not. This is disgusting and should not be let slide by. Not to mention that person was a victim of sexual assault, too. bq.

    Memes in The Etika Discord Community Discord server:

    This is the main point on why you’re reading this. You want to know all about the memes. Lets get started!

    The owner of Etika Discord Community (Pouch) made several videos with the title The Etika Discord community in a nutshell for entertainment, and to give the Etika Discord Community server a good look. It’s a meme video of course, but it’s also letting others on what you’re entering, not as a bad thing of course. It also shows how active and creative the community is.

    Now, when you’re in the server, expect yourself to be part of the meme.

    J O Y C O N B O Y Z


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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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    About

    I’m Literally the Guy in the Pic, also known as Why Can’t I Find a Guy Like This?, is a series of photoshopped tweets based off

    Origin

    On December 21st, 2014, Twitter user @reganslatic tweeted “Why can’t I find a guy like this ugh” followed by a photo of a young man with hearts photoshopped by his head. On September 6th, 2016, Twitter user @McCartyConnor[3] replied to the tweet with “hey,” @reganslatic replied with “no” and @McCartyConnor responded “I’m literally the guy in the pic” (shown below).



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    [1]

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    [3]Twitter – @McCartyConnor


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  • 03/27/18--08:54: We Need a Disney Princess
  • About

    We Need a Disney Princess refers to a snowclone popular on Twitter in which people sarcastically advocate for a Disney princess with a certain characteristic. The snowclone is a parody of calls for certain types of representation in Disney films.

    Origin

    On September 2nd, 2017, Twitter user @SofieHagen[1] tweeted “We need a fat Disney princess” repeatedly over the course of several tweets (shown below).



    Spread

    Parodies of the tweet did not start to spread until March of 2018. One of the earlier parodies was posted by @pupinia_stewart[2] on March 11th, 2018, and gained over 70 retweets and 360 likes (shown below, left). In another example, @gsheffer[3] made the joke with the plot of Legally Blonde (shown below, right), gaining over 2,800 retweets and 25,000 likes.



    Another popular variation on the joke found users inserting song lyrics into the snowclone. One popular tweet by @72goetia[4] made the joke with lyrics to The Killers’ Mr. Brightside, gaining over 45,000 retweets and 147,000 likes (shown below, left). Twitter user @70ceeks[5] made the joke with the lyrics to “Tubthumping” by Chumbawumba, gaining over 80 retweets and 480 likes (shown below, right). The jokes were covered by Daily Dot.[6]



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    [1]Twitter – @SophieHagen

    [2]Twitter – @Pupinia_stewart

    [3]Twitter – @gsheffr

    [4]Twitter – @72goetia

    [5]Twitter – @70ceeks

    [6]Daily Dot – We need a Disney princess who gets this meme


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  • 03/27/18--11:14: Digital Blackface
  • About

    Digital Blackface refers to the use of emojis, animated GIFs or other digital media featuring Black people by non-Black internet posters.

    Origin

    [Researching]

    Spread

    On August 2nd, 2017, Teen Vogue[1] published an article titled “We Need to Talk About Digital Blackface in Reaction GIFs.”

    On , The New York Times released an episode of the web series Intertting With Amanda Hess titled “The White Internet’s Love Affair With Digital Blackface.”



    On August 15th, BBC News released a video titled “Is it OK to use black emojis and gifs?”, which defined digital blackface as “white people using GIFs to perform some kind of exaggerated blackness” (shown below).



    On September 4th, h3h3productions uploaded a video titled “BBC Introduces ‘Digital Blackface’,” which mocked the premise of the BBC broadcast (shown below). Within six months, the video accumulated more than 5.4 million views and 34,800 comments.



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  • 03/27/18--11:38: #WhoBitBeyonce
  • About

    #WhoBitBeyonce is a hashtag categorizing the online discussion surrounding an interview with actor and comedian Tiffany Haddish who alleged an unnamed celebrity bit recording artist Beyoncé in the face.

    Origin

    On March 26th, 2018, GQ published an interview with actor Tiffany Haddish. During the coversation, Haddish alleged that an unnamed celebrity bit Beyoncé in the face. Desribing a story of the time she met the singer at a part, GQ writes:

    “There was this actress there,” continues Haddish, keeping her voice low, “that’s just, like, doing the mostest.” One of the most things she did? “She bit Beyoncé in the face.”

    […]

    Haddish says she told Beyoncé, “I’m going to beat somebody ass at your party. I just want to let you know that.” Beyoncé asked her not to--told her to “have fun” instead. (Haddish leveraged this moment into a selfie with Beyoncé.)

    “Near the end of the party,” says Haddish, describing her final run-in with Mrs. Carter sometime later, “Beyoncé’s at the bar, so I said to Beyoncé, ‘Did she really bite you?’ She was like, ‘Yeah.’ I was like, ‘She gonna get her ass beat tonight.’ She was like, ‘Tiffany, no. Don’t do that. That bitch is on drugs. She not even drunk. The bitch is on drugs. She not like that all the time. Just chill.’"

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  • 03/27/18--11:48: Is This Your King?
  • About

    Is This Your King? is a line from Black Panther which the villainous character Killmonger cries while fighting the main character, T’Challa. A screenshot of the scene is popularly shared on Twitter with different captions turning “Is This Your King?” into a snowclone.

    Origin

    The line appeared in the trailer for Black Panther (shown below).



    On March 20th, 2018, Twitter[1] user @TheyWant_Nolan tweeted a screenshot of the scene with the caption, “Is this your spring?!?!?” The post (shown below) received more than 20,000 retweets and 41,400 likes in two days.



    Spread

    Following the post, people on Twitter began using the image and the phrasal template“Is This Your X?” Twitter[2] user @VizyLarence tweeted “Bills: Is this your paycheck?” The post (shown below, left) received more than 24,000 retweets and 36,000 likes in 24 hours. Over the next several hours, more users shared variations of the meme (examples below, center and right).



    On March 27th, 2018, Daily Dot[3] covered the spread of the meme. In the article, they included a tweet by @Phil_Lewis_ which showed a cat dressed as Killmonger (shown below).



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    About

    You Can Only Save One From Fire is an exploitablewebcomic featuring a person rescuing one of two anthropomorphized ideas from a burning home.

    Origin

    On March 14th, 2018, the webcomic Roxy[1] published an installment entitled “You Can Only Save One.” In this three-panel comic, a person enters a burning house to find to humans with the words “sleep” and “video games” written on their blank faces, respectively. In the final panel, the person can be seen running from the house with the person representing video games.

    That day, the comic was published on Facebook. The post (shown below) received more than 630 reactions, 1,100 shares and 65 comments.



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