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  • 03/28/18--08:38: Tired Spongebob
  • About

    Tired Spongebob refers to a still image from Spongebob Squarepants of the title character naked and looking out of breath. The image is popular on Twitter where it is paired with captions in which one expresses moments where they’d be exhausted.

    Origin

    The still comes from the Season 1 episode of Spongebob Squarepants, “Nature Pants” (shown below at around 7:00), which aired September 11th, 1999.[1] Notably, the frame comes only a few seconds before the image that was used in the Savage Patrick meme.



    Spread

    On March 22nd, 2018, Twitter user @DJJVMZ[2] uploaded the still with the caption, “Me after I take my strap off 😂,” gaining over 530 retweets and 1,400 likes (shown below).



    The tweet spread as people added captions describing tasks which require minimal effort. Some popular examples include a tweet by @mckenziedenisee which gained over 32,000 retweets and 81,000 likes (shown below, left). User @fatimaiqbal13 posted a very popular example that gained over 108,000 retweets and 271,000 likes (shown below, right).



    A thread about the trending meme was posted to /r/MemeEconomy,[3] gaining 25 upvotes. A tweet by user @Trashvis commented on the influx of Spongebob memes in March 2018 (Savage Patrick and Krusty Krab vs. Chum Bucket also were popular during that month) with an example of Tired Spongebob, gaining over 220 retweets and 1,400 likes (shown below). The meme received media coverage from Daily Dot[4] and Insider.[5]



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    Unavailable

    External References


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    Overview

    Chance the Rapper Heineken “Lighter Is Better” Ad Removal refers to a critique that recording artist Chance the Rapper had of a commercial for Heinken Light beer. Chance the Rapper called a commercial for Heinken Light beer was racist, due to the imagery in the advertisement and the tagline “Lighter is Better.” Heinken pulled the advertisement following the controversy.

    Background

    On March 25th, 2018, Chance the Rapper posted a series of tweets[1] in which he accused a Heinken commercial of racism. In the first tweet, he said, “I think some companies are purposely putting out noticably racist ads so they can get more views. And that shit racist/bogus so I guess I shouldn’t help by posting about it. But 😂 I gotta just say tho. The ‘sometimes lighter is better’ Hienekin commercial is terribly racist omg.” In the followup tweet, he posted the video. Finally, he wrote, “Im not saying boucott them or go off im just noticing how often it happens and I think they baiting consumers and tweeters and freelancers and shit. Like I didnt wanna tweet about it so bad 😂😂 but its like how can u not.”

    In the advertisement (shown below, right), a bartender slides a Heinken Light beer across the bar, passing several women of color, to a lighter-skinned woman. The tagline for the advertisement reads, “Sometimes Lighter is Better.”



    Development

    Online Reaction

    Following Chance the Rapper’s post, people online began to join in criticizing the advertisement and making jokes about the situation. On March 26th, Twitter[2] user @LeftSentThis tweeted the commercial and the caption, “Watch this Heineken commercial where a fair-skinned bartender slides a beer past 3 dark-skinned Black folks (2 women 1 man) to a racially ambiguous fair-skinned woman, and when the drink reaches its desired destination, the words ‘sometimes ligher is better’ pops up on the screen.” The post (shown below, left) received more than 1,400 retweets and 1,600 likes in two days.

    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 03/28/18--09:35: Copying Dog
  • About

    Copying Dog refers to an image of a dog sitting on his hind legs, similar to a painting of a dog shown above him. After being posted online in the early 2010s, the image became an object labeling meme in March of 2018 where the painting would be labeled an original idea and the dog labeled something that copied the original idea.

    Origin

    The image of the dog began spreading online in September of 2012. On September 22nd, 2012, comedy writer Megan Ganz[1] tweeted the original image of the dog, named Delmar, gaining over 130 retweets and 140 likes (shown below).



    Spread

    The image spread on blogs in the following weeks. It appeared on That Cute Site[2] on October 9th, 2012, as well as WeKnowMemes.[3]

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    Unavailable

    External References


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  • 03/28/18--11:01: #DeleteFacebook
  • Overview

    #DeleteFacebook is an online campaign and hashtag regarding public outrage towards the social networking website Facebook, following the revelation that the data mining firm Cambridge Anayltica had accessed the information of more than 50 million Facebook users without consent.

    Background

    On March 17th, 2018, in a series of interviews with The New York Times, the Observer and the Guardian, former Cambridge Analytica employee Christopher Wylie said that using money from Republican and Trump donor Robert Mercer and former White House advisor Steve Bannon, the data mining firm Cambridge Analytica harvested private information from more than 50 million Facebook users without their permission.[1][2]



    On March 16th, 2018, Facebook announced that they would be suspending Startegic Communication Laboratoris (SCL), who owns Cambridge Analytica from the platform. They wrote in a statement:[3]

    Kogan requested and gained access to information from people after they chose to download his app. His app, “thisisyourdigitallife,” offered a personality prediction, and billed itself on Facebook as “a research app used by psychologists.” Approximately 270,000 people downloaded the app. In so doing, they gave their consent for Kogan to access information such as the city they set on their profile, or content they had liked, as well as more limited information about friends who had their privacy settings set to allow it.

    Although Kogan gained access to this information in a legitimate way and through the proper channels that governed all developers on Facebook at that time, he did not subsequently abide by our rules. By passing information on to a third party, including SCL/Cambridge Analytica and Christopher Wylie of Eunoia Technologies, he violated our platform policies. When we learned of this violation in 2015, we removed his app from Facebook and demanded certifications from Kogan and all parties he had given data to that the information had been destroyed.

    Facebook’s Response

    On March 16th, 2018, Facebook announced that they would be suspending Startegic Communication Laboratoris (SCL), who owns Cambridge Analytica from the platform. They wrote in a statement:[9]

    Kogan requested and gained access to information from people after they chose to download his app. His app, “thisisyourdigitallife,” offered a personality prediction, and billed itself on Facebook as “a research app used by psychologists.” Approximately 270,000 people downloaded the app. In so doing, they gave their consent for Kogan to access information such as the city they set on their profile, or content they had liked, as well as more limited information about friends who had their privacy settings set to allow it.

    Although Kogan gained access to this information in a legitimate way and through the proper channels that governed all developers on Facebook at that time, he did not subsequently abide by our rules. By passing information on to a third party, including SCL/Cambridge Analytica and Christopher Wylie of Eunoia Technologies, he violated our platform policies. When we learned of this violation in 2015, we removed his app from Facebook and demanded certifications from Kogan and all parties he had given data to that the information had been destroyed.

    Development

    On March 20th, another whistleblower, Sandy Parakilas, who was paid to investigate these types of data breaches said that Facebook had no control over the data given to outside developers. He said, “Once the data left Facebook servers there was not any control, and there was no insight into what was going on.”[4] He continues to say that it is likely that a majority of Facebook users have had their data harvested.

    That day, the hashtag “#DeleteFacebook” began trending on Twitter. Throughout the day, various media outlets, including Time,[5] the Verge,[6] TechCrunch,[7]CNN[8] and more, ran pieces on how and/or why to delete personal Facebook accounts. Users posted screenshots and articles of themselves deleting their accounts (shown below).



    Zuckerberg’s Response

    On March 21st, Facebook founder and CEOMark Zuckerberg posted an explanation of Facebook’s relationship with Aleksandr Kogan and Cambridge Analytica on the website.[10] In the post, Zuckerberg promised to “investigate all apps that had access to large amounts of investigate all apps that had access to large amounts of information before we changed our platform to dramatically reduce data access in 2014, and we will conduct a full audit of any app with suspicious activity.” Additionally, he said that Facebook would restrict developers’ access to data and help users understand which apps have access to user data. The post received more than 174,000 reactions, 26,000 comments and 54,000 shares in 24 hours.

    Following the release of the post, people online criticized Zuckerberg for not apologizing for the data breach (examples below).



    Later that day, Zuckerberg appeared on CNN and formally apologized for the data breach. In the interview, he laid out what happened to allow this type of breach and what Facebook would be doing in the future to prevent this type of problem. The post (shown below) received more than 177,000 views in less than 24 hours.



    Meanwhile, The Onion[11] published a satirical article titled “Mark Zuckerberg Promises That Misuse of Facebook User Data Will Happen Again and Again.”

    On March 25th, Zuckerberg took out full page advertisements in newspapers in the United States and the United Kingdom apologizing for the leak, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Observer, The Sunday Times and more.[12] He wrote:

    “We have a responsibility to protect your information. If We can’t, we don’t deserve it.

    “You may have heard about a quiz app built by a university researcher that leaked Facebook data of millions of people in 2014. This was a beach of trust, and I’m sorry we didn’t do more at the time. We’re now taking steps to make sure this doesn’t happen again.”



    Corporate Response

    On March 20th, Tesla founder Elon Musk responded to a #DeleteFacebook tweet. During the course of the conversation, Twitter[13] user @serdarsprofile tweeted," Delete SpaceX page on Facebook if you’re the man?" Musk responded, “I didn’t realize there was one. Will do.” The post (shown below) received more than 3,400 retweets and 18,000 likes.

    Later in the thread, another user asked him to delete the Tesla Facebook page as well.[14] He agreed and said, “Definitely. Looks lame anyway.” The post (shown below, right) received more than 1,500 retweets and 11,000 likes in three days.



    External References


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    About

    Hilarious Jokes to Tell Yourself refers to an exploitable computer-rendered image of a book with the snowclone title “X and Other Hilarious Jokes to Tell Yourself.” X is often a lie a person tells themselves, such as “I watch anime but I’m not a weeaboo.”

    Origin

    On March 27th, 2018, Redditor I_AM_DAN_THE_ROBOT posted the first example of the meme to /r/MemeEconomy,[1] where it gained over 24,000 upvotes.

    Spread

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    Unavailable

    External References


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  • 03/28/18--11:22: #KrebsisCancer
  • About

    #krebsiscancer or KrebsistScheiße is a campaign launched by users of the german imageboard pr0gramm as a protest against journalist Brian Krebs for his article in which the site-owners where doxxed for alleged connections to coinhive and for bad investigation and many lies about their site. After initial thoughts of taking revenge, the site users did decide to perform donations in masses towards german cancer foundations, Die Deutsche Krebshilfe[1] and DKMS[2] in particular.
    The Campaign derives from the fact that the Surname, Krebs, is the German word for Cancer.

    Origin

    The Donation Wave was launched by Siteuser Xari[3] and quickly gained traction, after Siteadmin Gamb[4] published a statement about the article recently published.

    Notable Developments

    The Servers of the Foundations were quickly fully occupied and had several breakdowns.
    After one day, the Deutsche Krebshilfe alone had already amassed around 103.000 € of donations by 4100 users.[5]

    Various Examples

    Search interest

    External References

    [1]Die Deutsche Krebsehilfe

    [2]DKMS

    [3]The First Donation

    [4]The Statement

    [5]First numbers by the TDK


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  • 03/28/18--12:23: American Choppers Argument
  • About

    American Chopper Argument refers to a scene from American reality-television show American Chopper in which Paul Teutul Sr. and Paul Teutul Jr. get in a shouting match about Jr.’s tardiness. Several years after the scene aired in 2009, it was turned into an exploitable comic where the subject of their argument is changed.

    Origin

    The scene aired in the first episode of Season 6 of American Chopper, “NHL Bike B2 Bomber Bike,” which aired April 9th, 2009[1] (shown below). In the scene the Teutuls get into a violent argument about Teutul Jr.’s tardiness. By the end of the episode, Teutul Jr. gets fired.



    Spread

    The scene started becoming an exploitable comic in 2012. One of the earliest exploitable variations was posted to /r/funny on December 3rd, 2012[2] and made the dialogue wholesome. The post gained over 1,400 upvotes (shown below).

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – Season 6

    [2]Reddit – /r/funny


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  • 03/28/18--13:43: Raini Rodriguez
  • About

    Raini Rodriguez is an actress who is best known for her recurring role in the Paul Blart: Mall Cop series and the Disney series Austin and Ally. Online, she developed an ironic fandom after a clip of her singing in Spanish spread online.

    History

    Related Memes

    Fiesta Salsa Quinceañera

    Online Presence

    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 03/28/18--19:41: Lyrical Nanoha

  • About

    Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha (魔法少女リリカルなのは Mahō Shōjo Ririkaru Nanoha) is a Japanese multimedia franchise that encompasses five anime television series, three theatrical adaptations, multiple manga and Drama CD adaptations, as well as figures and video games. It began in 2004 with the original Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha anime, itself originally being an alternate universe spin-off of the Triangle Heart series, and is on-going to date.[1]

    The franchise is praised for its more serious and combat-oriented take on the magical girl genre compared to other similar series. Along with Pretty Cure, another franchise that began around the same time, Lyrical Nanoha is considered a major stepping stone in the magical girl genre, bridging the gap between the cuter character-based storylines of Cardcaptor Sakura or Sailor Moon and the mature psychological drama of Madoka Magica.

    Premise

    The series is named after its protagonist Nanoha Takamachi, a 9-year old schoolgirl in modern-day Japan, who is swept into a conflict between extra-dimensional powers vying for control over magical artifacts they had discovered on Earth. Nanoha herself is revealed to have tremendous magical power in her own right, and in later installments of the series, leaves Earth altogether to pursue a magical career in the Time-Space Administration Bureau.[2]


    Beginning in the third season, Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha StrikerS, Nanoha has a career as a 19-year-old magical fighter and combat instructor in the TSAB, becoming a rare example of an “adult magical girl” in anime. As of the most recent installment in the franchise, the Magical Record Lyrical Nanoha Force manga, Nanoha is 25 years old and overseeing the development of future magical girls. This includes her adoptive daughter Vivio, who has also become a primary main character of the franchise since her debut in StrikerS.

    History

    The series began with the original Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha anime in 2004. Nanoha becomes a magical girl after meeting Yuuno, who came from another world to recover powerful artifacts called Jewel Seeds, and helps him recover the seeds. During her quest, she meets Fate Testarossa, a girl the same age as Nanoha who is also trying to recover the jewel seeds for her mother (the antagonist of the series). The two do battle, and eventually team up (with help from the Time-Space Administration Bureau) to defeat Fate’s mother and safely secure the jewel seeds. Fate would remain a main character throughout the rest of the franchise, becoming Nanoha’s long-time partner and (at least, as many fans speculate) love interest.


    In Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha A’s (2005), Nanoha and Fate encounter the “Wolkenritter”, four magic knights attempting to steal magical power to save Hayate Yagami, a young girl who had unwittingly become the “master” of a powerful and evil artifact called the Book of Darkness. The Book later awakens its full power and wreaks havoc until Nanoha, Fate, Hayate, and the Wolkenritter battle it together to destroy it once and for all.


    In Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha StrikerS (2007), which takes place about a decade after the events of the original series and A’s, the group has formed a military force known as “Riot Force 6” as part of the TSAB, responding to dimensional threats across many worlds and training the next generation of mages. When the supervillain Dr. Jail Scaglietti threatens a terrorist attack using an army of combat cyborgs that he helped develop, Riot Force 6 works to defeat Scaglietti and thwart his plans. This series introduces many new characters to the franchise, including Vivio, a young girl with incredible power that Scaglietti tries to use for his plans.


    In Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha ViVid (2015), Vivio becomes the main character of the story, with Nanoha and Fate (as Vivio’s adorable and loving mothers) taking care of her and many other characters from StrikerS returning in minor roles. Vivio meets a girl her age named Einhart Stratos, whom she battles with, eventually befriends, and begins training with for a magical martial arts tournament.


    A spin-off to this series, ViVid Strike! (2016), continues this story, with the roles of many of the original series characters (including Nanoha herself, as suggested by the removal of her name from the title) diminished. Nanoha’s story continues separately with the Magical Record Lyrical Nanoha Force manga, which is currently ongoing and has yet to be adapted into an anime. The franchise also has three feature-length animated films, with a fourth announced: The first two are alternate re-tellings of the original Nanoha series and A’s, respectively, while Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha Reflection (2017) is an all new story that takes place between the events of A’s and StrikerS. This movie and its planned sequel, Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha Detonation (2018), also feature some characters and elements introduced in the Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha A’s Portable video games that were released for the PSP.

    Reception

    The Lyrical Nanoha series has received widespread acclaim from fans and critics, being cited as a major breakthrough in the magical girl genre. The incredibly-animated battle scenes, unique (for the magical girl genre) story and weaponry, and more mature themes (compared to earlier magical girls shows) are considered strong points of the series. All seasons of the show except ViVid have a user rating above 7.25 on MyAnimeList, with A’s having the highest score (8.07) out of all of them.[3]


    The show is also popular with fans of the yuri genre, as the franchise features many female characters and various friendly relationships between them. In particular, Nanoha and Fate’s relationship is nearly considered canon, with even their voice actors (Yukari Tamura and Nana Mizuki, respectively) alluding to the two potentially being married despite the official anime and manga never confirming anything close to a serious romantic relationship.


    Online Presence

    Discussions regarding the series can be found on several sites such as MyAnimeList, Anime News Network, 4chan, Tumblr, and various subreddits dedicated to the franchise. Due to the franchise not being dubbed in English beyond the first two seasons, and the third season not even being licensed for streaming outside of Japan until 2016, it does not have as much popularity outside of Japan as other magical girl franchises such as Sailor Moon and Madoka Magica. However, it remains extremely popular in Japan, and the theatrical release of Nanoha Reflection in the United States and Canada may help bolster its reputation in the west. Currently (as of March 2018) the only legal method to watch the franchise online outside of Japan is on Amazon Video, which has the first three anime series as well as ViVid Strike, but lacks ViVid or any of the movies.[4]

    On Deviantart, searching the keyword “nanoha” yields more than 8,600 results as of the beginning of 2018,[5] while searching the keyword “リリカルなのは” (Lyrical Nanoha in Japanese) on Pixiv yields more than 37,700 results.[6] The series is also a very popular target of NSFW artwork and hentai doujins, having the 6th-most doujins of any anime/game franchise on one of the most popular hentai manga websites, which shall remain unnamed.

    Associated Memes

    Befriending

    Befriending is a popular term in the Lyrical Nanoha fanbase, referring to the use of (often very excessive) force as a means of showing your beliefs and turning enemies to your side. Fans noticed how the titular character, Nanoha Takamachi, seems to make almost all of her friends after engaging in some sort of fight or battle with them, and theorized that the magical beatings Nanoha delivers are how she “befriends” her opponents. Some fans joke that how much the girls come to like Nanoha is directly proportional to how much Nanoha beats the crap out of them.


    The popularity of this idea has led to TV Tropes using Lyrical Nanoha as the cover image for their “Defeat Means Friendship” trope page,[7] the series being mentioned in the Urban Dictionary definition for the term “befriend”,[8] and lots of fan-made artworks and memes.


    White Devil

    “White Devil” is a fan-given nickname for Nanoha Takamachi, the titular main character of the franchise, inspired by a scene in Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha A’s where Nanoha takes part in a brutal battle against Vita of the Wolkenritter knights. In the scene, Vita asks Nanoha if she’s a devil, and Nanoha responds, in heavy contrast to her normally calm and peaceful demeanor, by saying “Fine, I’ll be the devil… I’ll just use my hellish tools to make you listen!”


    Nanoha shows similar moments of using excessive force to “befriend” her opponents in StrikerS as well, leading some fans exaggerate this personality trait as a hidden bloodlust and penchant for violence rather than a necessary act to get the opponent to listen to reason. The fan-given title of “The TSAB’s White Devil” affectionately borrows from Amuro Ray and his RX-78-2 Gundam in the Gundam franchise, both of which are also referred to in-universe as “The Federation’s White Devil”. Nanoha’s magical girl outfit also bears a visual resemblance to the RX-78-2, and the general use of beam weaponry in the Lyrical Nanoha franchise also brings many comparisons to Gundam.


    Many fan-made artworks and memes have been made depicting Nanoha this way, often with her standing in a wave of flames, having a crazed look in her eyes, or her (and/or her weapon, Raising Heart) being stained with blood.

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]wikipedia Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha (series) – Wikipedia

    [2]Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha Wiki Nanoha Takamachi | Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha Wiki | FANDOM powered by Wikia

    [3]MyAnimeList.net Mahou Shoujo Lyrical Nanoha A's (Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha A's) – MyAnimeList.net

    [4]amazon Amazon.com: Magical Girl Lyrical NANOHA

    [5]DeviantArt Browse Newest | DeviantArt

    [6]pixiv リリカルなのはの画像投稿作品の検索 [pixiv]

    [7]TV Tropes Defeat Means Friendship – TV Tropes

    [8]Urban Dictionary Urban Dictionary: Befriend


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  • 03/29/18--01:41: I'M BOLTED TO THE WALL!!!!
  • Back in 1997, Disney had released a Christmas Sequel to the popular film ‘Beauty and the Beast’ titled ‘Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas’. It was a quirky film about the characters learning to celebrate Christmas {and apparently teach the Beast to be nice.} and so on. The villain of the film, Forté (Voiced by Tim Curry) recites this line when asked to come and see what’s going on. The full line is:

    “Well, I think I might! I’ll just pick myself up and ━ Oh! {Whilst trying to move only to rattle the short chain and slam back against the wall} What’s this?! Good heavens, look! I’M BOLTED TO THEWALL!!!”

    This line inspired bibleanddisneyfan to create a small series on Youtube entitled with the same name as the meme. In which, each video contains several characters from Disney demanding Forté to do something {Ex: Get out of the way!, “Get your sword!”, “Sound the alarm!”, etc.} only for him to defy them as he barks out about being literally bolted to the wall, usually getting a response from them. Usually it ends with the Archdeacon from ‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame’ asking him to: “Care for the child and raise it as your own.” and earn a reply of “I THINKNOT!” from Forté in return.

    Back in 2017, it gained a rather small ounce of popularity as people began to turn the famous scene into a meme, with Forté’s famous words becoming meme’d. Namely with the final word; “WALL!!!” being edited to become louder than the original scene deemed necessary.

    Examples of it can be seen here:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eEssy_p7Gzk
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XBtH4xHNQqE
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ZJtnZR7RSg
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V1rRtf38Zdk

    BibleandDisneyfan’s series can be seen here:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bnfelNNU3No&list=PL700111A21FE82B9D


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  • 03/29/18--08:33: Legally Allowed to Leave
  • About

    Legally Allowed to Leave is an image macro series featuring images captioned with jokes about how if certain conditions are not met in a variety of scenarios then those who are present are “legally allowed to leave.”

    Origin

    [Researching]

    Spread

    On January 19th, 2018, Redditor 2SmoothForYou submitted a post titled “we’re legally allowed to leave if the teacher is 15 minutes late” to /r/teenagers[3] (shown below).







    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]

    [2]

    [3]Reddit – /r/teenagers


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  • 03/29/18--09:32: WarriorMale
  • About

    WarriorMale is a Tumblr blog which roleplays the celebration of manliness through combat in the ancient Greek tradition. Their posts often feature wisdom for men presented in bolded text. While the sincerity of the blog is subject to debate, the blog’s hyper-masculine style, general positivity, inclusivity of gay, trans, and men with disabilities, and its respect for women has helped it generate a large following on Tumblr.

    History

    WarriorMale launched on October 3rd, 2014.[1] Its first post, which now serves as the “About” section of the blog, reads:

    This site celebrates the manly Warrior Male, in the ancient Greek tradition. We are men who train and fight daily. We can be found in all walks of life. Just like the ancient Greek palestra, we train in the fight schools, working on perfecting our technique depending on the fight tradition chosen, and there are many worldwide. Some of us, imitating the Greek tradition, also fight each other nude. We have a strict moral warrior code, with loyalty, humility, respect and selfless behavior in high regard. We put training and fighting first, always before hedonism and money. Where money is prized, manliness is despised.



    Fandom

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  • 03/29/18--11:26: Rental Mommy
  • About

    Rental Mommy is a fan art character with large breasts and a t-shirt that reads “Rental Mommy.” The character was created by user @minkyew and spread through Twitter and DeviantArt as other artists posted their interpretations of the character.

    Origin

    On December 28th, 2017, Twitter user @minkyew[1] posted a two-panel comic of a woman with large breasts and a t-shirt which reads “Rental Mommy.” The tweet gained over 380 retweets and 1,900 likes (shown below).



    Spread

    After the image was posted to Twitter, several other users posted their interpretations of the character. Some examples include a rendering by ThePolygonHeart[2] that gained 22 retweets (shown below, left) and a rendering by SuketchiB[[3] that gained 12 retweets (shown below, right). @Minkyew made the shirt available for sale.[4]



    Other examples have been posted to DeviantArt by users including CoffeeSlice (shown below, left) and Tiko Tron (shown below, right).



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Twitter – Minkyew

    [2]Twitter – @ThePolygonHeart

    [3]Twitter – SuketchiB

    [4]Teepublic – Rental Mommy


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    About

    March Madness Bracket Parodies refer to single-elimination tournament-style brackets made in the style of the NCAA College Basketball National Championship Tournament which takes place every March, hence the name “March Madness.” Parodies of the tournament will include entrants from other subcultures, such as Disney films or characters from The Wire.

    Origin

    The NCAA Tournament began in 1939.[1] The tournament started with eight teams and expanded over the years to its current 68-team format. The tournament takes place in a single-elimination style. One of the earliest known parodies of the format was posted in 2009 by The Onion (shown below).


    Spread

    In following years, parodies of the brackets began spreading online. In 2012, Mashable[2] ran a gallery of several different parodies which were not basketball-related.

    Disney-Pixar Bracket

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – "https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NCAA_Division_I_Men%27s_Basketball_Tournament#Evolution_of_the_Tournament

    [2]Mashable – 10 March Madness Brackets That Have Nothing to Do With Basketball


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  • 03/29/18--12:32: Richie Rich Is Casper
  • About

    Richie Rich Is Casper is a long-running fan theory that the cartoon and comic book character “Casper the Friendly Ghost” is the ghost of comic book character Richie Rich.


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  • 03/29/18--13:34: Use Incognito Mode
  • Use Incognito Mode Is a meme that within the anime community highlighting the lewd nature of many anime scenes in a funny way. the original footage recorded in “Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege” is a defender sitting down looking at a pad then FBI burst in from all sides and shoot everywhere. Edits of this meme show different lewd things on the pad before the FBI burst in.

    It originated on March 23rd of 2018 when “The Iron Armenian aka G.I. Haigs” uploaded the original video to YouTube.
    fnX. YouTube Use Incognito Mode (Original) – YouTube
    the uploader got many comments asking for a green screen version so others can make their own and he uploaded one the same day.
    fnX. YouTube Use Incognito Mode, Green Screen – YouTube

    Now anyone could paste whatever video they wanted over top of it in the video editor and then many other people made video showing lewd anime scenes. Starting with YouTuber Rezei’s adaptation with a scene from “Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid”.
    fnX. YouTube always use incognito mode – YouTube
    But the meme has spred beyond the anime community and anything that normal people may deem wrong, like Hawaiian pizza, can and has been edited over top of the green screen video.
    fnX. YouTube Use Incognito Mode – YouTube


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  • 03/29/18--13:59: Hypebeast
  • About

    A hypebeast is generally described as someone who wears expensive clothing or participates in high fashion with the express purpose of impressing others or showing off their wealth. They have often become associated with popular clothing brands such as Supreme and Gucci.

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    External References

    [1]Bustle What Is A Hypebeast? 5 Important Aspects of the Hypebeast Lifestyle

    [2]YouTube How to be a HYPEBEAST for CHEAP! – YouTube

    [3]Urban Dictionary Urban Dictionary: hype beast


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  • 03/29/18--15:01: Tyler 'Ninja' Blevens
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  • 03/29/18--22:58: Scott The Woz
  • Scott Wozniak (aka Scott The Woz) is a Youtube content creator and online personality. His Youtube channel began to rapidly grow as of October 19th of 2017. Every video he starts off with his catchphrase “Hey All, Scott Here!” He has been featured on the Youtube channel Relax Alax as an actor.


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