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  • 08/21/13--00:34: Candy Box!
  • WIP. Feel free to request editorship


    Candy Box! is role-play browser game which features ASCII art. The player recieves one candy per second, which can be used to buy items or do potions. Also, the player can buy lollipops and farm them.


    The game was developed by the indie game developer animey, a 19-year old student from Caen, France.[1] The game was released in April 2013 and, by the great success of the game, a sequel is planned.[2]


    External links

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  • 08/21/13--07:59: iFunny
  • About

    iFunny is a mobile app available for iOS and Android opporating systems which features user submitted pictures.


    The first version of the iFunny app cited on the Apple App Store was released on April 26, 2011.

    Featured Section

    The iFunny “Feature Team” chooses 40 pictures a day to display in the featured section. They post 20 in the morning and another 20 in the afternoon. The pictures chosen to be published in the featured section are selected from popular pictures in the collective section of the app.

    Collective Section

    The collective section contains every user submitted picture. The pictures in the collective section are rated on the like/dislike system, similar to the karma system on Reddit. The collective section is often looked down upon for its lack of quality content. The average picture seen in the collective section of iFunny is a picture asking for likes or asking for the viewers to “repost” the picture.


    Midway through 2012, the collective section of iFunny began to become littered with pictures of users asking for others to contact them on the free messaging app KIK.

    Frustration between the users posting “KIK Me’s” and the “OC” (Original Content) users grew throughout the following months.

    On Febuary 5th, 2013, iFunny added an option to report “KIK Posts”. The addition of this option cleared the app of many KIK related posts but the occasional “KIK Me” can still be found in the collective section of the app.

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  • 08/21/13--09:43: Bloing


    Blo is a phrase used to playfully insult comments or groups on a forum in poor grammar on purpose. The word is “blow” misspelled. An example would be “fuk u lolololol, ur group blos.”


    The game Age of Time was created by Eric “Badspot” Hartman who also created a fairly popular blocky sandbox game called Blockland. Abbreviated AoT, it is an action/rpg game created on the Torque Game Engine which is now not very popular and has not been updated since about 2007. It shares a portion of its forum with the popular Blockland forums where users now sometimes create joke topics. In the Clan Discussion section, a user named Acerblock created a humorous clan called TOSSMATAOTG that was imitating “overprotective urban soccer moms” who are against pornography and protect their children from NSFW content on the internet. At one point, user Ipquarx from another joke clan called SGFKSUWNSOA told his members to unite in a point in the topic.


    Many users after that start using the “Blo” comment in their posts on the thread. The joke continued on for 6 pages and is still going on. Acerblock even changed the title to “I blo, you blo, he, she, me blo.” So far, no one has been banned and the phrase can occasionally be heard ingame.

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  • 08/21/13--12:29: Hot Dog Legs

  • About

    Hot Dog Legs is a single topicTumblr dedicated to sharing selfies of bare legs taken in first-person perspective and photographs of two sausages ostensibly presented as selfies.


    The Hot Dog Legs Tumblr was created by French-Canadian food blogger Alexis Brault on July 12th, 2013, followed by the launch of a Facebook fan page[5] and subreddit[6] on July 28th.


    On August 13th, 2013, Brault shared the photos and linked to the Tumblr site on his personal blog Bob Le Chef.[3] On August 18th, an Imgur photo album of pictures taken from Tumblr was posted to the /r/pics subreddit,[7] where it received more than 5,600 upvotes and 240 comments within 72 hours. In the following days, Hot Dog Legs was featured on Buzzfeed,[8] Kotaku[9], The Daily Dot[10], Business Insider,[11] Mashable,[4] LA Times[13], MSN News[14], Yahoo! News[15] and the Huffington Post.[16] The Atlantic[12] also reported on the single topic blog in the light of body dysmorphia issues, describing the site as “a disturbing example of Tumblr’s body image issues.” The following day, Hot Dog Legs was also featured on the LA Times[13], MSN News[14], Yahoo! News[15] and the Huffington Post.[16]

    Notable Examples

    Search Interest

    External References

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  • 08/21/13--13:09: What is it, Eren?

  • Please help with this entry- I have little to no experience with KYM formatting. Thanks!


    What is it, Eren? is a phrase from a panel in the Attack On Titan / Shingeki No Kyojin manga, said by Jean Kirschtein. The panel in which the phrase is included is often isolated and used in many ways. Sometimes, the panels leading up to it are also included. Popularity is most likely due to the style of the drawing, including the perspective used and the strange expression on the character’s face.


    It is unclear where the meme surfaced. However, it quickly became popular on Tumblr, where entire blogs have been dedicated to it, such as this one.

    Notable Examples

    Search Interest

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  • 08/21/13--15:40: CVS Receipts
  • About

    CVS Receipts refers to point-of sale records printed by CVS Pharmacy, the largest pharmacy chain in the United States, which have gained online notoriety for their lengthy form since the introduction of ExtraCare rewards program in 2011.


    On July 15th, 2008, a Facebook[3] group titled “One Million Strong Against Unnecessarily Long CVS Receipts” was launched, which mocked the drugstore chain in the page’s description:

    “My last CVS receipt for $3.34 was 25.5 inches long. And that’s too fucking long. I don’t care that they use my CVS card to track me across the planet, I just want a receipt that isn’t 1/3rd my height.”


    On September 1st, 2009, The Wall Street Journal[1] published an article about the ever-increasing length of receipts at large chain retailers like the CVS pharmacy, which included an interactive infographic outlining the content of the printed sales acknowledgment (shown below).

    On November 1st, 2009, Flickr[6] user Scott Greenway uploaded a photo of woman holding a 33-inch long CVS receipt given for a single gallon of milk (shown below).

    On June 22nd, 2010, The Los Angeles Times[4] reported that CVS might switch over to a digitized rewards system to get rid of the long receipts. On July 22nd, 2011, the Los Angeles Times[5] published a follow-up article reporting thatCVS would not be removing the printed rewards on receipts, quoting CVS marketing spokesperson Helena Foulkes who defended the printed rewards:

    “When you give rewards, you want people to feel excited. You want them to know that they’ve earned the reward.”

    On May 7th, 2013, Twitter user @TheMichaelRock joked that a CVS receipt for a pack of gum could supply two months worth of toilet paper. In the next four months, the tweet garnered more than 35 retweets and 120 favorites.

    On July 8th, 2013, Twitter user Brandon Gutermuth tweeted a joke about a CVS cashier who had to chop down an entire tree to print out a receipt, receiving over 30 retweets and 140 favorites in the first two months.

    On August 21st, several news sites reported on the growing Twitter trend surrounding CVS receipts, including Fast Company[7] and The Huffington Post,[8] both of which featured several photographs of large CVS receipts posted on Twitter (shown below). On the same day, the @CVSReceipt[9]novelty Twitter account was launched.

    Search Interest

    External References

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  • 08/21/13--21:31: Nathan Barnatt
  • About

    Nathan Barnatt is an actor and comedian. He is best known for his skits on YouTube, and his stuff outside of YouTube, especially commercials.

    Keith Apicary

    Keith Apicary, one of his most popular characters, is the main character on a partnered show of ScrewAttack called Talking Classics. In the show, he will either talk in front of the camera in his house, or mess with people in public, especially in gaming expos like E3 and PAX.

    Other Shows

    He has other shows on YouTube, including:

    Back Pain Wayne

    Stupid Idiot

    Beat Tom

    Outside the Internet
    He is known for starring in commercials.

    Trale Lewous is one of his well known characters in commercials.

    He has also appeared on Comedy Central, Cartoon Network, and on the cover of LA Weekly magazine.

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    Ernie and Bert’s Drum Play Parodies, better known as “Susami Street” (Japanese: 荒みストリート) in Japan, refers to a series of parody videos on the Japanese video sharing service Nico Nico Douga (NND) which are inspired by a remix video of a drum play by Ernie and Bert from Sesame Street.[1]


    The source footage of Ernie and Bert sketch is taken from 801th episode in Sesame Street originally aired on December 8th, 1975 (shown below, left).[2] In 2007, a YouTuber HAYW1R3[3] made a remix of this video with the song “A Divine Proclamation of Finishing The Present Existence” by Dutch goregrind band Last Days Of Humanity[4] (shown below, right). As of August 2013, this video has earned over 5.4 million page views.


    HAYW1R3’s video was reprinted to NND with the title “Hardcore” (ハードコア) on January 29th, 2008[5] and got a much attention also in that community. Then, NND users began creating their own “Hardcore” parodies by mimicking his video. Those videos are tagged under “Susami Street”, a play on words linking “Sesame” and “Susami” (荒み) which is a Japanese adjective word meaning “Brutal” in this case.

    As of August 2013, the amount of videos in this series on NND is more than 180.[6]

    Notable Examples

    Untan【ニコニコ動画】【東方】 ハードこあ 【胡麻街道】
    Touhou Project【ニコニコ動画】「ハードコア ミッフィー」
    Nijntje Pluis a.k.a Miffy【ニコニコ動画】ハードコアゆめにっき
    Yume Nikki【ニコニコ動画】「ハードコア チャージマン研!」
    Chargeman Ken!【ニコニコ動画】【第10回MMD杯本選】ハードコア
    Miku Miku Dance Reenactment

    There are dozens of MMD videos of the drum play by various characters, which are made by borrowing the motion data from this MMD video above. A series of those videos have its own tag “MMD Hardcore Championship” (MMDハードコア選手権).[7]

    Search Interest

    [Not Available]

    External References

    Editor’s Note: Registration is needed to browse the original videos listed in this section.

    [1]Wikipedia – Sesame Street

    [2]Muppet Wiki – Episode 0801

    [3]YouTube – HAYW1R3’s Channel

    [4]Wikipedia – Last Days of Humanity

    [5]niconico Video – ハードコア / Posted on 01-29-2008

    [6]niconico Video – Search results for 荒みストリート

    [7]niconico Video – Search results for MMDハードコア選手権

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    In the video “WHATHAPPENS IN VEGASGOES ON YOUTUBE,” SkyDoesMinecraft, jeromeASF, MinecraftUniverse, SSundee, and thebajancanadian are shown in a hotel room in Las Vegas, doing an assortment of odd activities, such as famous youtuber SSundee pouring french fries onto thebajancanadian. The video is shown from SkyDoesMinecraft’s point of view, as he walks through the hotel room, witnessing the strange activites of the other youtubers. At the end of the video, a small message is shown on screen, the words “What happens in Vegas goes on Youtube.”

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  • 08/22/13--08:03: Reddit Marriage Proposal
  • About

    The Reddit proposal was a marriage proposal made over the popular social news site Reddit using artwork commissioned through 21 artists found via DeviantART.1,3 It was created by the user SirTechnocracy (Malcolm Collins), to his girlfriend of 18 months user LadyTechnocracy (Simone Collins [she changed her name soon after the proposal from Simone H Smith]).13

    The proposal included a panoply of nerd culture references including commissioned art themed around Adventure Time, various anime styles, Studio Ghibli, Disney, a Magic the Gathering card, My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, StarCraft, 8-bit gaming, Avatar the Last Airbender, pirates, and chibi style. The image macros included in the proposal include
    Actual Advice Mallard, Conspiracy Keanu, And it’s Gone, Good Guy Greg, One Does Not Simply Walk into Mordor, Confession Bear, Popular Opinion Bear, Most Interesting Man In the World,
    Imminent Ned, Zoidberg, and an Ancient Aliens meme featuring a Xenomorph.

    Advice Animal Proposal


    The proposal was first posted at 7:00am on 5/8/2013 to both the r/pics subreddit and the r/adviceanimals subedit simultaneously.
    In interviews, SirTechnocracy has stated that, while the commissioned art aspect of the proposal had been planned for months, the advice animals were created only a few hours before the proposal took place. This was done out of fear that mods on r/pics would take down the proposal, as it was targeted at a specific individual, which is against the rules of the subreddit. By referencing the “actual” proposal in /r/AdviceAnimals from /r/pics, Malcolm hoped he could prevent the /r/pics thread from being removed. “I should note that the memes were never intended to be a part of the post. I added them last second so I could place the post on r/AdviceAnimals, making it more likely that Simone [his fiancée] would see at least one post and less likely that the r/pics post would be deleted.” 3


    Within an hour of the initial post, the adviceanimals version of the proposal had made it to the front page of reddit (the r/pics version made the front page later that day: 8/5/2013). The story quickly spread across the internet and was featured in Yahoo! News, Mashable, CNET, Business Insider, BetaBeat, the Daily Dot, PC Magazine, Huffington Post Weddings, Huffington Post Tech, The SF Chronicle, The Herald Sun, HLN TV,, Neatorama, The Mary Sue, Laughing Squid, and Kotaku.

    Reaction from LadyTechnocracy

    Soon after the post reached the front page, LadyTechnocracy posted a socially awesome penguin image macro accepting the proposal.

    Her in person reaction was described in the thread and in follow up interviews by SirTechnocracy: “She just ran up and hugged me almost in tears for like a minute (which seemed like forever). Then I had to remind her that she was supposed to say yes or no.”4

    She later replied. "Understandably, a lot of people are giving SirTechnocracy grief about this. I understand that the concept of a Reddit proposal is … unconventional (hell, I’d never think of it), but this is honestly the most romantic thing someone has ever done for me. The advice animals crack me up, and the commissions are amazing.”

    While the method of the proposal was a surprise the answer was not, as LadyTechnocracy played a part in deciding the engagement ring’s design. “In truth this proposal was just to make her happy; she was with me when we commissioned the ring. She wanted my actual proposal to her to be a surprise, something we would remember forever and that showed real commitment and understanding.”

    The Commissions

    In total there are 21 art pieces by 18 different artists.2 The Mashable interview quoted SirTechnocracy as saying “I was hoping to create something of a tribute to that culture; something that would both epitomize and celebrate it.”
    Each of the original posts linked to a different imgur gallery with a slightly different set of images. This was done to stay within subreddit rules (the photomanipulated image is not included in the r/adviceanimals post and the Magic The Gathering card was not included in the r/pics post). A complete gallery with full size images and artist citations can be found here (this gallery contains a commissioned My Little Pony comic not included in either of the proposal posts, bringing the total number of artists involved up to 21.)


    After the proposal, Malcolm Collins published a piece in the Huffington Post elaborating on his decision to propose over Reddit.9
    Shortly after Simone Collins published a piece in which she announced she was changing her name from Simone H Smith to Simone Collins immediately after the proposal, also stating that no marriage date was set.13

    External Refrences

    1. Sole, Ellise (6/8/2013). “Reddit Marriage Proposal: She Said ‘Yes,’ Commenters Said ‘No’”. Yahoo News.

    2. Alfonso III, Gernando (5/8/2013). “Redditor uses memes to propose to his girlfriend”. The Daily Dot.

    3. Bergado, Gabe (6/8/2013). “A Meme Made in Heaven: Redditor Proposal Woos the Internet”. Mashable.

    4. Poeter, Damon (5/8/2013). “Man Proposes to Girlfriend on Reddit Advice Animals Thread”. PC Magazine.

    5. MacManus, Christopher (5/8/2013). “Man proposes to woman on Reddit, uses memes and art”. CNET.

    6. Taylor, Jordyn (5/8/2013).“Love Is Dead: Non-Neckbeard Stanford Student Proposes to Girlfriend Over Reddit, Via Memes”.

    7. Willett, Megan (5/8/2013). “Redditor Proposes To His Girlfriend Using Memes In The Ultimate Reddit Post”. Business Insider.

    8. “Reddit Proposal Uses Memes, Draws Controversial Response”. Huffington Post. 5/8/2013.

    9. Collins, Malcolm (6/8/2013) “How I proposed to my girlfriend on Reddit” Huffington Post

    10. “A meme engagement: Redditor SirTechnocracy’s romantic proposal”. Herald Sun. 6/8/2013.


    12. Willingham, AJ (6/8/2013). “Online proposal is sweet/geeky/crazy/amazing”. HlnTV.

    13. Collins, Simone (20/8/2013), Why Shed Your Maiden Name in the Digital Age? Huffington Post

    14. SirTechnocracies Imgur Album

    15. A complete gallery with full size images and artist citations

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  • 08/22/13--15:44: Carceral Feminist Cat
  • About

    Carceral Feminist Cat is an advice animal from the single topic blog of the same name. It was created as a criticism of carceral feminism, a form of feminism which proposes the application of criminal law to stop misogyny. Things that fall under this category include sex work such as stripping and prostitution, and is the source of most controversy. (You don’t often see people saying that rape/domestic violence should be legal.)




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  • 08/23/13--06:55: The Van Sessions
  • About:

    Nicki Bluhm and the Gramblers[1] is a San Francisco-based folk Americana band featuring husband-and-wife combo Nicki and Tim Bluhm. The band decided to record themselves jamming acoustically to different popular songs while driving from gig to gig in their van, iPhone taped to the dashboard, thereby creating their niche of Youtube they call The Van Sessions[2].


    After posting their cover of Hall and Oates’ “I Can’t Go For That” on March 23, 2012[3], Hall and Oates tweeted out a link to the video, which sent it viral, garnering over two million views since. Bluhm has even performed the song live with John Oates live on August 13, 2013[4]. The story about their “Van Sessions” has been covered by CBS[5], the Chicagoist[6], the Denver Post[7], and others.

    [1]Nicki Bluhm and the Gramblers

    [2]Nicki Bluhm on YouTube

    [3]I Can’t Go For That

    [4]Nicki Bluhm performs with John Oates

    [5]CBS News


    [7]Denver Post

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  • 08/23/13--07:00: Cosmo Sex Tips
  • About

    Cosmo Sex Tips is used to post sex tips over a picture of Cosmo from the kid’s show Fairly Odd Parents, as a parody of the Cosmopolitan magazine. This causes many people to read it in Cosmo’s voice.


    Following a tumblr post by user theyaimtomisbehave that was posted onto the image sharing site imgur, people began to band around the idea of using Cosmo as a meme.

    This prompted imgur user wowthisisalongusernameitbetterendsoonitisbeginningtostrainmyeyes to make a post featuring the first use of the “Cosmo Sex Tips” meme, and also providing the template for others to use the meme.

    The post went viral, with the original post and another album featuring Cosmo Sex Tips memes hitting the imgur front page.

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  • 08/23/13--08:05: Racist Dog
  • (work in progress, help needed STAT. Need references that aren’t google. Please contact me for editorship


    Racist Dog is a advice animal image macro series featuring a picture of a old golden retriever wearing glasses. The images often caption racist comments.


    According to custom Google search, the Racist Dog page has existed since January 21 2010


    According to Google images, on March 2nd, a user on posted a group of photos involving Racist Dog, each getting mixed reviews, these slowly reached to funnyjunk, where the meme got spread. As it got more popular, more people started using it on Currently it is the #49th most popular meme on memegenerator, with 17,154 images made.


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  • 08/23/13--08:07: #EverybodySpurts
  • About

    #EverybodySpurts, is a hashtag referring to a fad series of short Vine videos, which became a meme in 2013, that started early after the release of the mobile application Vine created by Twitter.


    On February 9, 2013, Marlo Meekins and her husband Nick Cross uploaded both each one Vine video featuring Marlo Meekins turning her head towards the camera and randomly drooling liquid from the mouth while listening to “Everybody Hurts” produced by the American rock band in 1992.


    On February 13, 2013, Lacey Micallef, also known as Fart Palace, has found Marlo’s Vine video since it’s one of the first videos ever uploaded on Vine. In her video, she played the lyrical part Everybody hurts, which can be heard after 2 minutes and 15 seconds of the song. Unfortunately, it has been deleted, but the link can be found in Lacey’s Twitter posts. As of August 2013, her post has been re-tweeted 22 times and favorited 35 times.

    On Febraury 14, 2013, Russell Alton, also known as Chop Logik, titled his Vine video “Everybody Spurts (cover of @fartpalace’s cover of @marlomeekins)”. He was inspired by Lacey’s cover to also play the lyrical part she played in the background. For the lulz, he came up to call his Vine “Everybody Spurts”, because the word hurts rhymes with spurts, since he thinks, that Marlo and Lacey were “spurting” out the liquid off their mouths. (right)

    Another Vine user named Shaady uploaded his Vine the same day Russell did and imitated Lacey and Russell as well. In addition, he coined the hashtag #everybodyspurts in his video. (left)

    After then, other Vine users followed the fad and hash-tagged their videos with #everybodyspurts. Over 100 videos can be found on under the hashtag. People find the fad funny and gross at the same time, since the participants wore a Pokerface, drooled the liquid out of the mouth and play the lyrical part of the song in the background in their video for the ridiculously, dramatic and humorous effect, which provokes the viewers a “What the fuck did I just watch?” effect.

    On YouTube

    The fad grew into a well known meme, when the Fine Brothers released their YouTubers React episode “YOUTUBERSREACT TO VINES (Will Sasso Lemons, EverybodySpurts, Ryan Gosling won’t eat His cereal)” on July 4, 2013 featuring YouTubers also reacting to another popular fad meme on Vine named Ryan Gosling Won’t Eat His Cereal Gosling. As of August 2013, the episode received over 5,3 million views.

    On YouTube, people also mimic the fad. As of August 2013, when searching “Everybody Spurts”, YouTube has reached 90 search results.

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  • 08/23/13--10:52: Kingdom Hearts

  • About

    Kingdom Hearts is a series of action role-playing games developed and published by Square Enix. It is a collaboration between Square Enix and Disney Interactive Studios, and is under the direction of Tetsuya Nomura, a longtime Square Enix character designer. The series itself is a a crossover of various Disney settings based in a universe made specifically for the series, with characters from Square-Enix’s Final Fantasy franchise making appearances as well.


    The initial idea for Kingdom Hearts began with a discussion between Shinji Hashimoto and Hironobu Sakaguchi about Super Mario 64. They were planning to make a game with freedom of movement in three dimensions like Super Mario 64 but lamented that only characters as popular as Disney’s could rival a Mario game. Tetsuya Nomura, overhearing their conversation, volunteered to lead the project and the two producers agreed to let him direct. A chance meeting between Hashimoto and a Disney executive in an elevator--Square and Disney had previously worked in the same building in Japan--allowed Hashimoto to pitch the idea directly to Disney. Development began in February 2000 with Nomura as director and Hashimoto as producer. While Nomura had done previous work in the Final Fantasy series as monster designer and graphic director, he did not gain widespread recognition until he was the lead character designer for Final Fantasy VII. Kingdom Hearts marked his transition into a directorial position, though he also served as the game’s character designer. Scenarios were provided by Kazushige Nojima who was a scenario writer for Square from Final Fantasy VII until he left in 2003. Originally the development focused on the gameplay with a simple story to appeal to Disney’s target age range. After Kingdom Hearts executive producer Hironobu Sakaguchi told Nomura the game would be a failure if it did not aim for the same level as the Final Fantasy series, he began to develop the story further. In June 2013, Nomura stated the name of the game came from him thinking about Disney Theme Parks, especially Animal Kingdom. However, Nomura could not get the IP with just “Kingdom”, so the development team began to think about “heart” as a core part of the story, so they decided to combine the two to form “Kingdom Hearts”.


    The first Kingdom Hearts was announced at E3 in May 2001. Initial details were that it would be a collaboration between Square and Disney Interactive, and would feature worlds developed by both companies and Disney characters. New characters were designed by Nomura and included Sora, Riku, Kairi, and the Heartless.

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  • 08/23/13--11:22: Pandas

  • About

    The Panda (also known as the Giant Panda) is a large mammal known for its distinctive black patches of fur over their eyes, ears and center body. Native to south central China, pandas are considered an endangered species with only approximately 1,600 pandas living in the wild as of 2004.


    Some of the earliest discussion of pandas online dates back to February 1996, when a member of the Usenet group alt.animals.bears[1] asked where he could learn about pandas online. That April, a discussion about academic research on the animals was started in the[2] group and in October, a Usenet group specifically dedicated to them, alt.animals.pandas[3], was approved.[4] In the late 1990s and early 2000s, a number of pages dedicated to panda appreciation were created on free web hosting services including Angelfire[5], HTML Planet[6] and Tripod[9] as well as on personal domains like Lighting Magic.[7]

    In April 2001, The Daily Beast[8] reported that tourism to China to see the animals in the wild had caused the deterioration of their home in the Wolong forest. In 2005, both the San Diego Zoo[10] and the National Zoo[11] in Washington D.C. launched live streaming web cams of their panda habitats, allowing internet users to tune in from around the globe to monitor the animals. That August, the National Zoo’s stream was featured on NPR.[12] The same year, the panda-centric blog[13] launched, sharing photos and videos of the animals. In 2007, the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding[14] established a website to provide educational information about giant pandas along with updates on their work.

    Online Presence

    Though often overshadowed by the popularity of cats, cute images and videos of the panda continued to thrive with the emergence of social networking sites and media-sharing platforms. In October 2008, the /r/Panda[17]subreddit launched, gaining nearly 500 readers as of August 2013. This was followed by the first Facebook fan page[15] in February 2009, which has accrued more than 415,000 likes within the same time period. That July, the first single topicTumblr dedicated to pandas, 熊猫 (Panda) Stuff[16], was created. In 2010, Eff Yeah Pandas[18] and Panda Loves to Party[19] both launched on Tumblr, followed by a panda GIF blog[20] in February 2013.

    Related Memes

    Sad Panda

    Sad Panda is a slang term used to refer to someone who is feeling particularly melancholy or dejected. The phrase originated in a 1999 episode of South Park in which a man dressed up in a panda suit comes to teach a class about what constitutes sexual harassment. As early as 2003, the phrase had been used online in both comments and image macros to describe someone who is sad.

    Sneezing Baby Panda

    Sneezing Baby Panda is a viral video uploaded to YouTube on November 6th, 2006 that depicts a mother panda at the Wolong Panda Breeding Centre munching on bamboo while her baby cub sleeps at her feet. Out of nowhere, the baby sneezes, startling the mother for a second before she returns to her food. As of August 2013, the video was been viewed more than 162.7 million times and was named #10 on Urlesque’s[21] 100 Most Iconic Internet Videos in April 2009.

    Never Say No to Panda

    Never Say No to Panda is the name of an ad campaign created by Advantage Marketing and Advertising for the Arab Dairy Company and aired on Egyptian TV channels in May 2010. The ads depict an angry panda destroying the belongings of someone who has said no to having Panda brand cheese and have been reuploaded to YouTube thousands of times, gaining hundreds of thousands of views. GIFs from these commercials continue to circulate on Tumblr.

    Passive Aggressive Panda

    Passive Aggressive Panda is an advice animal image macro series depicting a sad-looking panda set on a green color wheel background. The captions typically describe passive aggressive behavior, highlighting situations where one must pretend to be nice out of spite or frustration. The short-lived series began on Tumblr in September 2010.

    Pickup Line Panda

    Pickup Line Panda is an advice animal image macro series that utilizes a picture of a panda leaning over a tree stump with a beer bottle between its paws. The captions typically begin with a predictable pickup cliche followed by a sentence that is contrasted by lack of subtlety. The first instance was posted to REddit on February 14th, 2011.

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Google Groups Archive – Pandas

    [2]Google Groups Archive – Do you know anything about Pandas?

    [3]Google Groups Archive – alt.animals.pandas

    [4]Google Groups Archive – Control: newsgroup alt.animals.pandas

    [5]Angelfire – Save the Pandas

    [6]HTML Planet – My GIANTPANDA page

    [7]Lighting Magic – My Panda Page

    [8]The Daily Beast – Loving Pandas to Death

    [9]Tripod – Pandas

    [10]San Diego Zoo – Panda Cam

    [11]National Zoo – The Giant Panda Cam

    [12]NPRPanda Cam Panders to Panda Fans

    [13] – Home

    [14]Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding – Home

    [15]Facebook – Pandas

    [16]Tumblr – 熊猫 (Panda) Stuff

    [17]Reddit – /r/Panda

    [18]Tumblr – Eff Yeah Pandas

    [19]Tumblr – Panda loves to party.

    [20]Tumblr – pandasgifs

    [21]Urlesque – Sneezing Baby Panda – #10 – The 100 Most Iconic Internet Videos

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    Nothing is more X than Y, except Z is a spanish-language bait-and-switch joke based on image macros. The joke consists of usually romantic or philosophical phrases uttered by individuals like “there is nothing stronger than love”, followed by a satirical response of something that could be stronger than love.


    The first known image macro that appeared was one depicting a couple on a beach with a sunset on the background with the phrase “there is nothing stronger than love”, followed by the response of “except an Apache helicopter. An Apache helicopter has machineguns and rocket-launchers”.

    Shortly thereafter another one appeared with the phrase “there is nothing prettier than your smile” followed by “except Squidward. Squidward is beautiful”.

    The image macros are usually found in social networks like Twitter and Facebook.

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  • 08/24/13--02:06: Angry Joe / Joe Vargas
  • About

    Angry Joe (or Joe Vargas) [1] born in June 18, 1984. He is a famous Youtube celebrity as known as doing game rants and lets plays associated by “Awesome Series” similar to Jon Tron. His youtube channel has got nearly 1 million subscribers[3].

    Joe Vargas is also an actor, writer, producer, director, editor, comedian and film critic. In his review series he generally wears a superman t-shirt and white lined jacket onto it. But also he can wear different outfits or costumes then acts to the related game consept he rants. Also in his consept, he has a war between the character “The Corporate” which is descripted as “moneybag game companies”.

    His Career in Early Days

    After a few e-mail and forum conversations about “Top Reasons this Game will Kick Ass/Suck” videos with Doug Walker, his videos was started add to the review series on ThatGuyWithGlasses gaming.[4]

    In 2010 Channel Awesome launched a new web side called blistered thumbs and put Joe to the top of it.[5]

    Meetups And E3 Interwievs

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    Angry Joe and Asalieri Controversy

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    Noticeable Videos


    [1]Wikipedia : Angry Joe

    [2]Official Site :

    [3]Youtube Channel : AngryJoeShow

    [4]tgwtg wiki : AngryJoe

    [5]Blistered Thumbs : Angry Joe

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    Ryan Gosling Won’t Eat His Cereal is a series of Vine videos pairing on-screen projections of Ryan Gosling’s emotional acting scenes with a slowly approaching spoon full of cereal held by the videographer.


    On April 22nd, 2013, Vine user Ryan McHenry[1] began uploading a series of videos titled “Ryan Gosling Won’t Eat His Cereal.” The videos feature various screen projections of Canadian actor Ryan Gosling’s intense acting scenes meanwhile at the end the videographer is approaching his spoon full of cereal.


    On May 6th, McHenry’s parody clips were first picked up on the actor’s fan blog Gosloving[2], followed by BuzzFeed’s compilation coverage[3] on May 9th. On the following day, YouTuber bleubonbontv[4] uploaded a video compilation of McHenry’s Vines, receiving more than 3.6 million views within three months. On May 11th, McHenry[5] also uploaded his own compilation video with an additional Vine (shown below).

    Throughout the week, dozens of other entertainment news outlets including Gawker[6], Vulture[7], E! Online[8], Daily Mail[9] and The Sun[10] featured McHenry’s Vine clips, with many hailing it as one of the more notable memes yet to emerge from the platform. On July 4th, 2013, The Fine Bros uploaded a “YouTubers React” episode featuring notable video bloggers reacting to viral Vine videos, including Ryan McHenry’s “Ryan Gosling Won’t Eat His Cereal” videos. In two months, the video gathered upwards of 5.3 million views. (shown below)

    Notable Examples

    “Ryan Gosling Won’t Eat His Cereal” has spawned numerous derivative videos featuring other actors and actresses.

    External References

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