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  • 03/30/18--01:17: RealPolarBear
  • RealPolarBear is a Youtube channel with over 30 subscribers. His rapid growth has lead to him being stopped on the streets everywhere, sparking the popular term “RealPolarBear-ism.” This has spread worldwide and is enjoyed by many young and old.


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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 (shown below).



    Spread

    The same image was reposted to /r/dankmemes several hours later, where it gained over 1,100 upvotes.[2] It was also posted to /r/animemes[3] where it gained over 640 upvotes. The template spread primarily in those two subreddits. In /r/dankmemes, popular posts with the template include a post that gained over 250 upvotes mocking recent Facebook controversy (shown below, left) and a post mocking Middle Eastern people, which gained over 230 upvotes (shown below, right).



    In /r/animemes, popular posts with the template include a post mocking JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure character Kakyoin that gained over 630 upvotes (shown below, left) and a Traps Are Gay joke that gained over 60 upvotes (shown below, right).



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    Unavailable

    External References

    [1]Reddit – /r/MemeEconomy

    [2]Reddit – /r/dankmemes

    [3]Reddit – /r/animemes


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  • 03/30/18--07:09: Lamar Afton
  • Lamar afton is the main character of fnaf6, as theorized by blackfootferret.
    It has now the most infamous theory on both r/5nafcirclejerk and r/fivenightsatfreddys.
    Allthough Lamar isn’t proven to be an afton, he existed in Five Nights at Freddy’s: The Silver Eyes, to add to the list of characters.

    -WhitehandWeasel


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  • 03/30/18--08:36: Jeff Sessions Time Cover
  • About

    Jeff Sessions Time Cover refers to a series of joke, discussion and parodies of the March 2018 cover of Time Magazine that features a close-up photograph of United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s face. Due to the lighting of the photograph, some online, people made jokes about how “scary” the picture appeared.

    Origin

    On March 29th, 2018, Time Magazine[1]tweeted the cover for their upcoming issue titled “The Trials of Jeff Sessions.” The post (shown below) received more than 130 retweets and 200 likes in 24 hours.



    Spread

    Shortly after the cover was posted, people online began making jokes about the lighting in the photograph. Upworthy writer Parker Molloy tweeted[2] the cover juxtaposed with the DVD for the Leprechaun horror film series. She captioned the tweet, “They’ve got Sessions lit like he’s on the cover of the box set for the Leprechaun movies.” The post (shown below, left) received more than 1,700 retweets and 8,700 likes in 24 hours.

    Some remarked about why Time chose that particular photgraph. Writer Scott Tobias tweeted[3] the cover and a screenshot from The Simpsons of Mr. Burns saying, “We did 20 takes, and that was the best one.” The post (shown below, center) received more than 75 retweets and 650 likes in 24 hours.

    MSNBC producer tweeted,[4]“Jeff Sessions is on the cover of TIME. Remember, Trump was reportedly bothered and annoyed last year when Bannon was on the cover of TIME.” The tweet (shown below, right) received more than 1,000 retweets and 2,200 within 24 hours.

    Several media outlets covered the reactions to the Time photograph, including Fox News, [5] Uproxx,[6]The Daily Dot[7] and more.



    Various Examples




    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 03/30/18--09:03: Ralph On a Bus
  • About

    Ralph On a Bus refers to an image of Ralph Wiggum from The Simpsons sitting on a bus with the caption “(chuckles) I’m in danger.” The screenshot developed into a reaction image paired with captions where one might see themselves in danger.

    Origin

    The scene from which the screenshot comes is “The Simpsons Guy,” a Family Guy episode in which the cast visits Springfield and enters The Simpsons universe. The episode aired September 28th, 2014[1] (scene shown below).



    Spread

    The image began becoming a reaction image in March of 2018. On March 29th, Redditor FlimFlambadam[2] uploaded an image to /r/me_irl which gained over 4,800 upvotes (shown below).



    Several hours later, HeDuXe uploaded a post to /r/memes which slightly altered the text of the me_irl post, gaining over 290 upvotes (shown below, left). The same day, a template for the format was posted to /r/MemeEconomy (shown below, right).



    Over the following day, the template spread to /r/dankmemes, where several posts appeared. For example, a post referencing Normies gained over 3,300 upvotes (shown below, left). Another popular post about being high gained over 470 upvotes (shown below, right).



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    Unavailable

    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – The Simpsons Guy

    [2]Reddit – /r/me_irl


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  • 03/30/18--10:04: Posting Fortnite Wins
  • About

    Posting Fortnite Wins refers to the practice of talking about one’s victories in the battle royale video game Fortnite on social media. Due to the excess of these types of posts, posting about one’s Fortnite victories began being referenced in various meme templates, often expressing that the poster does not care about seeing Fortnite victories.

    Origin

    Fortnite was released on July 25th, 2017.[1] To win the game, one must be the last surviving player or team in a battle royale video game that includes roughly one-hundred players. After the game was released, memes and image macros appeared referencing winning in the game (examples shown below).



    Spread

    The most common references to Fortnite wins in meme culture, however, come from people mocking people who post about their wins in Fortnite. For example, one of the most popular posts was posted by Facebook page Zesty Supreme[2] and featured a dog delivering a message which stated “No one cares about your Fortnite wins,” which gained over 12,000 likes and reactions (shown below, left). The same day, Instagram account lolmynegga[3] uploaded a Double D’s Facts Book with the joke, gaining 19,000 likes (shown below, right).



    The jokes became a staple of meme-related subreddits, particularly /r/dankmemes. For example, on March 28th, 2018, a joke appeared on the subreddit with a Hilarious Jokes You Can Tell Yourself meme (shown below, left). On the 24th, a post about posting Fortnite wins gained over 2,800 likes (shown below, right).



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – Fortnite

    [2]Facebook – Zesty Supreme


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    About

    Yo Let Me Put On Some Music U Ain’t Never Heard Before is a series of image macros used to mock people with predictable or elitist taste in music. The meme features four images. The first image features an article of clothing associated with the type of person who would recommend the style of music being mocked. The next three images features songs or albums that the subject would consider “cool” or “obscure.” The four images have the caption "yo let me put on some music u ain’t never heard before.

    Origin

    On March 27th, 2018, Twitter[1] user @lexcereal posted a picture of a close-up photograph of a person wearing rapper Tyler the Creator’s singature shoe and a Spotify interface paying Clairo’s “Flaming Hot Cheetos,” BROCKHAMPTON’s “BLEACH” and Rex Orange County’s “Loving Is Easy.” The user captioned the photograph, “yo let me put on some music u ain’t never heard before.” Within two days, the post (shown below) received more than 13,000 retweets and 55,000 likes.



    Spread

    The following day, YouTuber[2]Anthony Fantano posted a variation mocking himself. The post (shown below, left) received more than 1,100 retweets and 7,400 likes in 24 hours.

    Over the next few days, users began posting more variations of the format (shown below, center and right).

    On March 30th, The Daily Dot[3] published an article about the meme.



    Various Examples




    Search Interest

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    About

    “Drake, where’s the door hole?” refers to the scene from the Nickelodeon television series Drake&Josh , featuring the two main protagonists, Drake and Josh, stuck in a tree with no doorways. The scene has become a subject of exploitables, from photoshopped images of the scene, to recreations of the scene in YouTube videos.

    Origin

    The original scene aired in Drake&Josh’s 2007 Episode 10 from Season 4 “Tree House” where Drake blows up the Tree House of a kid’s neighbor with a model rocket. As a way to mend it, Drake, Josh and Megan promise to rebuild the tree house for him and his parents. As they were almost finished with the house, they attach the last wall piece, while being inside the house at the same time.

    Josh then notices that there was no door hole to come in and out of the house, leaving them stuck inside. Josh then asks Drake where is the door hole, since Drake was the one responsible on cutting the hole in the wall. Drake tells Josh that he drew the door hole with Magic Marker, so that he’d cut it later with a power saw. Josh then tells him to go get the power saw, since it was outside. Drake, unaware that they were stuck, tries to walk through the wall where the painted door is, resulting in him hitting himself against the wall, realizing then that they were stuck.



    Spread

    On February of 2018, Redditor user StanIsHorizontal uploaded a photoshopped picture of the scene in which is merged into the Star Wars: The Phantom Menace scene, where Qui-Gon Jinn is slicing though the door with a Lightsaber, and Drake and Josh standing on the other side of the door. Receiving over 10k upvotes.



    On March 19th of 2018, Youtube user SuperWiiBors08 uploaded a minecraft version of the scene, showing Drake and Josh being stuck inside a house made of wood planks, as well as recreating the scene. Receiving over 300K views (Shown left). On March 26th of 2018, YouTube user chachacharly08 Uploaded a video edit of the scene taking place in the popular PC game “Fortnite”, showing Drake and Josh being stuck inside a small hut made out of wood from the game as they’re slowly dying from the purple storm mechanic within the game. Receiving over 50k views. (Shown Right)


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  • 03/30/18--19:23: Introducing Amazon Echo
  • About

    Introducing Amazon Echo refers to a commercial for the Amazon personal assistant device Amazon Echo. Online, the commercial was mocked for being awkward and cringeworthy. On YouTube multiple parodies were made replacing Alexa, the digital assistant, with different fictional characters or popular YouTubers.

    Origin

    On November 6th, 2014, the commercial was released alongside the Amazon Echo itself [1]. The same day the commercial was uploaded to YouTube by the official Amazon [2] channel and later removed for an unknown reason. The same commercial was reuploaded again by YouTuber [3] Smart Home on August 5th, 2016 (shown below).



    The earliest edit of the commercial was uploaded by YouTuber [4] Barry Mannifold on November 6th, 2014 (shown below). The video mainly consists of changing Alexa’s dialogue and actions to be more crude and self-aware. As of April 2018, the video has received more than 4,000,000 views.



    Spread

    Throughout November 2014 multiple edits of the commercial were uploaded to YouTube. On November 8th, 2014, YouTuber [5] 2PRO4U20 uploaded a montage parody edit of the commercial which garnered over 160,000 views as of April 2018 (shown below, left). Two days later on November 10th, YouTuber [6] Brock Baker uploaded a parody in which he voices over every character which has garnered 65,000 views (shown below, right).



    After December 2014 parodies of the commercial came to a decline until October 22, 2017 when YouTuber [7] Kaiser Rutger I. uploaded a communist parody of the commercial which garnered 20,000 views (shown below, left). It wasn’t until November 28th, 2017 when YouTuber [8]grandayy uploaded a Big Shaq parody of the commercial garnering almost 3,000,000 views (shown below, right) that more parodies started to emerge.



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]The Verge – Amazon Echo

    [2]YouTube – amazon

    [3]YouTube – Smart Home

    [4]YouTube – Barry Mannifold

    [5]YouTube – 2PRO4U20

    [6]YouTube – Brock Baker

    [7]YouTube – Kaiser Rutger I.

    [8]YouTube – grandayy


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  • 03/30/18--21:52: We The Unicorns


  • About

    We The Unicorns is a London-based entertainment news site dedicated to YouTube and Vine culture. It is part of the PopBuzz Network and focuses primarily on Internet news while PopBuzz covers a broader variety of pop culture news.

    History

    In June 2015 the We The Unicorns website [1] was launched. Two months later on August 13th, the We The Unicorns YouTube channel [2] was created. A month later, on September 30th, two articles were uploaded to the website both six hours apart and written by Hollie-Anne Brooks [3][4].



    On December 23rd, 2015, We The Unicorns uploaded it’s first video (shown below) serving as the site’s first year-in-review. As of April 2018 it has received almost 6,000 views.



    YouTuber News

    On March 2nd, 2017, We The Unicorns uploaded the first episode of a new series called YouTuber News, originally called Fake News which as of April 2018 has 700 views (shown below).



    Logan Paul’s Suicide Forest Video

    Main entry: Logan Paul’s Suicide Forest Video

    On December 31st, 2017, Logan Paul uploaded a video to YouTube where he visits Aokigahara [5], better known as the Suicide Forest, and discovers a dead body. Five days later, on January 5th, 2018, We The Unicorns uploaded a YouTuber News video about the situation (shown below, left) which received 1,000,000 views. On the same day, they uploaded a video showcasing Logan Paul’s other disrespectful behaviors while in Japan which received 1,200,000 views (shown below, right).



    Also on January 5th, We The Unicorns tweeted out the same video showcasing Logan Paul’s other disrespectful behaviors (shown below) which garnered 170,000 retweets and 390,000 likes [6].



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]We The Unicorns – Home

    [2]YouTube – We The Unicorns

    [3]We The Unicorns – First Article

    [4]We The Unicorns – Second Article

    [5]Wikipedia – Aokigahra

    [6]Twitter – Logan Paul Tweet


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  • 03/31/18--04:11: To Warm My Heart
  • About

    To Warm My Heart is an exploitable in which common articles of winter clothing are listed for warming parts of the body, followed by a subject labelled “to warm my heart” (sometimes “warms my heart”).

    Origin

    [admin magic goes here]

    Spread

    Various Examples

    External References


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  • 03/31/18--05:26: Polar Bear Cub
  • Animated 3D Polar Bear Cub

    The 3D Polar Bear Cub is an animated image which has recently started surfacing on websites such as Discord and YouTube with no given context aside from it’s adorable appearance and walking animation.

    Origins

    The gif has been tracked down to a site called Bear Tracker– an old 1997 website by bear tracker Kim A. Cabrera. The website serves as a source of information about North American animals and their tracks, with tips and links on tracking and hiking areas. The famous polar bear gif can be found at the bottom of the webpage.

    External Uses

    The polar bear, aside from being used in group chat rooms, has been used in several YouTube videos with the polar bear being in the center of attention. Notable videos of the polar bear cub were made by a user named AutisticYui. The videos were made in the similar style of another user MowTenDoo.

    The following videos feature the original animation of the polar bear cub, as well as several popular edits of the same animation.


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  • 03/31/18--06:45: PLEASE DELETE
  • Do behesh meme. Sori.


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  • 03/31/18--07:05: Arben Ahmetaj
  • Do bëhesh meme! Sori.


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  • 03/31/18--07:40: Chutzpah
  • About

    Chutzpah is a word that describes positive quality in jewish culture. It has no clear translation and has no analogues in other languages, but closest words to describe the meaning would be “insolence”, “greed” and “impudence”, total denial of personal responsibility and conscience. But unlike of those words it has positive meaning in hebrew.

    Among jews chutzpah means impudence beyond the line that less successful people think as acceptable, thus distinguishes a successful person from the unsuccessful and allow you to overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles, such as obvious wrongness.

    Examples

    Leo Rosten in The Joys of Yiddish gives such anecdotal example of chutzpah: “that quality enshrined in a man who, having killed his mother and father, throws himself on the mercy of the court because he is an orphan”.

    In 1989, Alan Dershowitz filed a defamation suit against Cardinal Józef Glemp, then Archbishop of Warsaw, on behalf of Rabbi Avi Weiss. Glemp had accused Weiss and six other New York Jews of attacking nuns at a much-disputed convent on the site of the Auschwitz concentration camp. Glemp’s statement about Weiss, made in July 1989, was coupled with suggestions that Jews control the world’s news media. Dershowitz’s account of the lawsuit appears in his book “Chutzpah” (1991), where he says that jews should be thankful to chutzpah for their control of the world and shouldn’t be ashamed.

    In 2011, teacher of the general history of Bar-Ilan University of Israel, dr. Hilda Nesimi presented lecture named “Harry Potter and Disappeared jew”, according to Israeli magazine Cursor. She says that with all multiculturalism and internationality of Harry Potter, books feature no jews as nation or historical phenomenon. Also dr. Hilda came to conclusion that Harry Potter proposes universalization of the Holocaust. (some trivia: Dumbledoor won battle with Gellert Grindelwald in 1945 and some think that Grindelwald solved jewish question in alternative reality) JK Rowling responded to this later in twitter and said that Hogwarts had number of jewish wizzard, for example Anthony Goldstein, Ravenclaw, Jewish wizard.

    Another example: citizen of israel was asked why in Palestinial-Israeli conflict Palestinian children die 22 times more than jewish ones? He replies “We hide our children, and Palestinians hide behind them”.

    So called “experts of the Holocaust”, jews Elie Wiesel, Simon Wiesenthal and others spreaded lie that during Second World War Germans made soap from jews. When this lie was exposed by holocayst revisionists, Israeli “expert of the Holocaust” Shmul Krakowski in 1990 admitted that soap from the jews is fiction and said that story about soap from jewish fat was composed by Nazis themselves to deliever mental suffering to the jews.

    When it was discovered in 2010 that one of “Holocaust victims” had gold Assyrian tablet with 3200-year history, stolen after the war from the Berlin’s Forderasiatshes Museum amd court decided to return it to the museum, daughter of the “Holocaust victim” declared: “This golden Assyrian tablet represents the survival of my father during the gloomy period in the life of my parents and in the life of jewish people. It was the only thing he took from that bitter time, and he wanted to pass this thing on to his children and future generations, so it would serve as reminder of the cruelty and death of his family from the hands of the nazis.” Her jewish lawyer gone outraged: “The Assyrian tablet is emotionally important to the family, it was one of the first things that Riven Flamenbaum [Holocaust victim] held in his hands, emigrating to the United States. He started a new life here, raised three children, and now they [the museum] are chasing his past.”

    Good or bad?

    As always, this it’s up to personal opinion.

    Search Interest


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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.

    Origin

    On May 9th, 1991, an episode of the animated sitcom The Simpsons entitled “Three Men and a Comic Book” aired in the United States. In the episode, the characters Bart and Lisa Simpson compare issues of the comic books Richie Rich and Casper the Friendly Ghost and comment on the visual similarities of the titular characters. They say:[1]

    Lisa: If we don’t get to the convention soon, all the good comics will be gone!
    Bart: Ah, what do you care about good comics? All you ever buy is Casper the Wimpy Ghost.
    Lisa: I think it’s sad that you equate friendliness with wimpiness, and I hope it’ll keep you from ever achieving true popularity.
    Bart: Well, you know what I think? I think Casper is the ghost of Richie Rich. (shows comics of Casper & Richie Rich)
    Lisa: Hey, they do look alike!
    Bart: Wonder how Richie died.
    Lisa: Perhaps he realized how hollow the pursuit of money really is and took his own life.



    Spread

    In May 2009, Totally Looks Like published a side-by-side photograph of the two of the two characters (shown below).[4]



    On June 23rd, 2013, Tumblr[2] user gosimpsonic posted screenshots from The Simpsons episode. Within five years, the post (shown below) received more than 750,000 notes.

    On December 11th, 2013, Redditor[3] pasteeater6669 posted about the Tumblr post in the /r/FanTheories subreddit. The post received more than 2,100 points (92% upvoted) and 60 comments.



    On January 8th, 2016, YouTuber published a video laying out the conspiracy theory about how Richie Rich became Casper. The post (shown below) received more than 329,000 views in two years.



    Two years later, on March 26th, 2018, Twitter[5] user @CharlesPulliam tweeted a photo of the two characters with the caption, “Casper the Ghost is a cautionary tale about how Richie Rich’s parents killed him for the insurance money.” The post (shown below) received more than 32,000 retweets and 81,000 likes in three days.

    The following day, Twitter[6] published a Moments page about the reaction to the tweet.



    External References


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  • 03/29/18--13:34: Use Incognito Mode
  • About

    Use Incognito Mode is a video meme within the anime community which highlights the lewd nature of many anime scenes. The meme remixes footage from Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege in which a defender is sitting down looking at an iPad when FBI agents burst in from all sides and shoot everywhere. Edits of this meme show different lewd things on the iPad before the FBI burst in.

    Origin

    On March 23rd, 2018, YouTuber The Iron Armenian aka G.I. Haigs[1] uploaded the original clip from Rainbow Six Siege, gaining over 657,000 views (shown below, left). In response to commenters’ request, the user uploaded a green screen version of the clip, gaining over 101,000 views (shown below, right).



    Spread

    In the following days, other users created edits of the clip. The first edit of the clip was posted by Rezei and used a clip from Miss Kobayashi’s Dragon Maid, gaining over 130,000 views (shown below, left). Another edit posted by LastActionHero from the same day using a clip from Overlord gained over 123,000 views (shown below, right).



    The meme later expanded to include things outside of anime. For example, on March 28th, Dolan Darker uploaded an edit that gained over 192,000 views (shown below, left). User TwinkieMan uploaded an edit that gained over 52,000 views (shown below, right).



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

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  • 03/31/18--21:01: MemeX
  • Project MemeX


    FORIMMEDIATERELEASE: April 1st, 2018

    The global average moisture content of dank memes is drying up. The short-term normification rate keeps rising, the average meme lifespan rapidly shrinking. In accord with our mission to preserve every meme that leaves a streak on the internets, over here at Know Your Meme, we are taking a bold step forward to preserving internet heritage. Introducing MemeX.

    The Mission

    Project MemeX is a digital preservation initiative designed to ensure against any permanent loss or damage of historically significant digital cultural artifacts by launching a seriously advance satellite into lunar orbit, from where it will indefinitely serve as our remote backup memory storage via uplink from our database. In case of a global-scale server outage or crisis on Earth, the satellite will commence its emergency safety protocol and go to “sleep” mode, or until satellite is “woken up” via transmission from mission control.

    The Process

    Project MemeX consists of three stages:

    1) 24-hour specimeme collection and appraisal campaign during which all members of Know Your Meme are encouraged to participate. It begins now and ends tonight at 10:59 pm (EST).

    2) 1028-bit data encryption of the final collection and data transfer into a memory storage and secure placement of the meme storage in a titanium alloy vault.

    3) An orbital spaceflight from an undisclosed location in the Eastern Coast U.S. at April 1st, 2018, 11:00 p.m. (EST). The launch and its orbital exit will be livestreamed on the site, beginning at 10:45 p.m. (EST).

    Submission Instructions

    • You must be logged into your account or create an account.
    • Choose an image and/or video that you deem worthy of orbital vault protection.
    • Review your choice one more time. Is it really worthy of orbital titanium vault protection?
    • Your submission will be peer appraised for final inclusion among the most upvoted specimemes in the MemeX spacecraft.

    Live Updates

    Coming soon.

    Launch Stream

    Coming soon.


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    Uh Eeh Uh Ah Ah Ting Tang Walla Walla Bing Bang is a compilation of parodies videos based on the clip of the song “Cartoons” by Witch Doctor. It is often used as a source for


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    4chan’s Easter ’18 Candy Contest was a holiday event that assigned users one of five team affiliations; Creme, Mini, Peanut Butter, Chocolate, or Peep. A leaderboard was stickied to the top of all boards on the site to show standings.


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