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- 02/25/14--15:20: _Rekt
- 02/25/14--18:34: _Eagle Selfie
- 02/26/14--03:23: _Thingken of X
- 02/26/14--09:43: _Which Character Are...
- 02/26/14--13:56: _The idea is to fill...
- 02/26/14--14:54: _360 No Scope
- 02/26/14--17:54: _Slates for Sarah
- 02/27/14--06:40: _Super Timor
- 02/27/14--09:24: _IRC traps
- 02/28/14--08:20: _Girls
- 02/28/14--08:36: _Duke University Fre...
- 02/28/14--12:40: _LinkedIn
- 02/28/14--15:33: _Normcore
- 03/01/14--05:12: _Disrespect Your Sur...
- 03/01/14--12:07: _Shrek is Love, Shre...
- 03/01/14--21:29: _Romantically Apocal...
- 03/02/14--02:38: _Frodo
- 03/02/14--05:48: _spongebob uses too ...
- 03/02/14--23:06: _Ellen DeGeneres Osc...
- 03/03/14--06:28: _Snoop Dogg Blingee
- 02/25/14--15:20: Rekt
- 02/25/14--18:34: Eagle Selfie
- 02/26/14--03:23: Thingken of X
- 02/26/14--09:43: Which Character Are You?
- 02/26/14--13:56: The idea is to fill Facebook with X
- 02/26/14--14:54: 360 No Scope
- 02/26/14--17:54: Slates for Sarah
- 02/27/14--06:40: Super Timor
- 02/27/14--09:24: IRC traps
- 02/28/14--08:20: Girls
- 02/28/14--08:36: Duke University Freshman Porn Star Scandal
- 02/28/14--12:40: LinkedIn
- Members can send invites to connect to current and former colleges
- Member pages allow users to build and host their resume, including endorsements from current and former employees
- Members with premium subscriptions may send messages to members they are not connected with
- Members may endorse other member’s in skill areas relevant to their profession
- Members can search for others by name or company
- 02/28/14--15:33: Normcore
- 03/01/14--05:12: Disrespect Your Surroundings
- 03/01/14--12:07: Shrek is Love, Shrek is Life
- 03/01/14--21:29: Romantically Apocalyptic
- 03/02/14--02:38: Frodo
- 03/02/14--05:48: spongebob uses too much sauce
- 03/02/14--23:06: Ellen DeGeneres Oscar Selfie
- 03/03/14--06:28: Snoop Dogg Blingee
“Rekt” is an Internet slang term which is shorthand for “wrecked,” which is often used to indicate that someone has been defeated or embarassed, in a similar vein to the term “pwned”.
On October 31st, 2013, Twitter user @SSoHPKC tweeted his idea for a Halloween prank accompanied by the phrase “Get reKt.” Within the following four months, the tweet gathered more than 490 favorites and 440 retweets.
This Halloween I'm going to open the door with a bowl full of candy, eat a piece in front of the kids, and then close the door. Get reKt— Seamus © (@SSoHPKC) October 31, 2013
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“Thingken of X” is a series of images featuring a crying person and two Facebook comments, where one person is asking the other why is he or she crying. The person in the picture then replies with a comment saying something like “thingken of X”.
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Which Character Are You? is a type of personality tests that are designed to match up the test-taker with a fictional character from a TV show, film or book by comparing their character traits through a series of multiple-choice questions. Originally found in teen and women’s magazines, the quizzes became popular online through the early social networking sites in the mid-2000s.
One of the earlest examples of a magazine based character quiz was a quiz titled ""Which Stooge Are You?"published in the February 1999 issue of Men’s Health magazine. The first “Which Character Are You?” quiz to appear online was a thirteen question quiz titled “Which Mummy Character are you?” posted on SelectSmart on July 15th, 2000, by user Slaygirl627.
Throughout the early to mid-2000s, a wide range of character personality quizzes were created by fans of TV shows and films on social blogging platforms like LiveJournal, MySpace and Xanga using custom questionnaire generators like AlltheTests and QuizRocket. Buzzfeed posted one of its earliest quizzes on June 12th, 2009, titled “What Summer Song of 2009 Are You?” The site created quizzes sporadically for the next few years, with its sudden boom in quiz content coming in late 2013. The quiz that started the push for more quizzes, according to Buzzfeed’s managing editorial director Summer Anne Burton, was "Which “Grease” Pink Lady Are You?" which was published on June 5th, 2013.
In February 2014, celebrities began taking quizzes for the shows they starred in and tweeting their results including Lena Dunham, Sarah Michelle, Jason Alexander.
Buzzfeed Quiz Backlash
The sudden boom in Buzzfeed quizzes resulted in many parodies and thought pieces on their proliferation. On January 28th, 2014, Slate published a post titled “Which Buzzfeed Quiz Are You?” The post copied Buzzfeed’s format and style, and each result links to a real Buzzfeed quiz. On February 25th, 2014, humor site Dorkly also published a post titled, “What Buzzfeed Quiz Are You?” which contained purposefully dark or trivial fake Buzzfeed quiz titles like “Which Girls Character Can You Remember the Name Of?” and "What Character From “Freinds” Who Was Also a Monkey Are You?"
Xange- “Which Jane Austen Character Are You?” Are You?":http://anna.xanga.com/2008/03/26/14588/
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“The idea is to fill facebook with X” is a copypasta, that originated from:
“The idea is to occupy Facebook with art, breaking the monotony of photos of lunch, sushi and sports.
Whoever likes this post will receive an artist and has to publish a piece by that artist with this text.”
This has sprung numerous similar posts and parodies, ranging from film to cats to Nicolas Cage.
360 No Scope is a trick shot used in first-person shooter games in which the player spins around 360 degrees and shoots an opponent with a zoomed-out sniper rifle.
The exact origin of the phrase “360 no scope” is unknown but the Call of Duty 4 player zzirGrizz is known for popularizing the move in his gameplay videos. On October 11th, 2008, YouTuber ILaBreezyl uploaded a montage of zzirGrizz no scope kills (shown below).
On November 11th, 2009, YouTuber nomercysoldier0 uploaded a video titled “MW2 Sick 360 No Scope Across Map,” featuring footage of a Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 match in which the player spins around and kills an opponent with an unzoomed sniper rifle (shown below). In the first four years, the video gained over 2.1 million views and 7,300 comments.
On September 22nd, 2010, YouTuber RocketJump uploaded a video by Freddie Wong titled “Gun Size Matters” in which a man performs a 360 no scope shot (shown below, left). In four years, the video received more than 7.6 million views and 18,000 comments. On October 26th, Urban Dictionary user dsaos submitted an entry for “360 no-scope.”. On December 5th, 2011, YouTuber TopCoDReplays 100K Subs posted a montage of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 trickshots, which included four 360 no scopes.
On May 31st, 2012, YouTuber xX420KyShxX uploaded a dubstep remix video titled “GALAGA 420 SMOKEWEED [MLG] 360 NO SCOPE,” featuring footage from the 1981 fixed shooter arcade game Galaga (shown below).
Slates For Sarah is a Facebook memorial campaign launched to remember Sarah Elizabeth Jones, a 27-year-old camera assistant who was fatally struck by a freight train while working on a film set in February 2014.
On February 19th, 2014, 27-year-old camera assistant Sarah Elizabeth Jones was struck by a freight train and killed while working on the set of musician Gregg Allman’s biopic “Midnight Rider” on a rail bridge in Doctortown, Georgia. According to Variety, the film crew were shooting on location with permission from the land owners and knowledge of the train schedule, but the incident took place when the set was unexpectedly disturbed by the approach of a third train, which fatally struck Jones and injured seven other members of the crew.
Slates for Sarah
On February 24th, 2014, a group of Jones’ friends and family members launched a Facebook page in tribute to her, encouraging others to share their memories of Jones and a photograph of a film slate with her name written on it. In the following 48 hours, the memorial campaign for Sarah Jones quickly caught on with film crews around the world, leading to an outpour of clapboard photographs dedicated to her on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. As of February 26th, the Facebook page has garnered more than 36,200 likes and the hashtag #slatesforsarah was mentioned more than 4,000 times on Twitter.
Academy’s In Memoriam
That same day, Anderson Villen set up a petition to add Sarah Jones to the memoriam tribute presented during the Academy Awards ceremony. Within 48 hours, the petition brought in more than 33,000 signatures.
The video features several men clapping in their chairs to try and kill mosquitoes. They frustratingly start slapping parts of their body until a strange man with a mustache enters, singing a song about bugspray named “Super Timor”.
The meme died down in the mid 2000s before being featured again (as a joke) in a Ten For The Win episode with the phrase “B@LLS DEEP IN THAT @SS!”. Here it is:
The original video can be seen here:
Here are the lyrics:
Ne tuez plus les moustiques avec des claques sur vos joues.
(Don’t kill mosquitos by slapping your cheeks anymore)
Des claques sur vos genous.
(Slaps on your knees)
Ouille ! Ouille ! Ouille
Des claques sur vos bras.
(Slaps on your arms.)
Super Timor est là.
(Super Timor is here.)
Super Timor est encore plus fort,
(Super Timor is more powerful than before,)
avec sa nouvelle formule.
(with its new formula.)
Super Timor !
Le temps de sentir l’odeur de super Timor,
(The time to smell super Timor’s smell,)
Les insectes sont déjà morts.
(Bugs are already dead.)
Super Timor !
Super Timor avec sa nouvelle formule,
(Super Timor with its new formula,)
vraiment, vraiment plus fort.
(really, really more powerful.)
Super Timor ! Super Timor !
(Super Timor! Super Timor!)
Le numéro un.
(The number one.)
Translation by: Tangi on Yahoo! Answers.
IRC is a classic protocol for online chatting. As such, there has been a lot of people using it over the years, some of which don’t agree with each other. As such some users have pranked others by fooling them into executing undesired commands.
Some examples of commands include tempting people to join the channel zero. This is an obscure feature of the IRC protocol and means to part from all the channels. This is often hidden by exploiting the fact that the join command can join several channels at the same time when they are separated by a comma and that servers frequently treat several zeros the same as just one. This leads to bogus channel names like
Another common prank is asking a question about two people on a boat:
Two people are on a boat, /part and /quit. /part fell overboard, who is left in the boat?
This suggests people to enter the command to quit their IRC client when trying to answer. The fact that it is commonly possible to bypass the command parsing and send the correct answer is sometimes used to show that it is safe to answer the question.
Girls is an American comedy television show that follows the lives of four women in their early twenties living in New York City. Upon its premiere on HBO in April 2012, the show quickly became a hot topic on entertainment and women’s issue websites, with bloggers often criticizing the lack of racial diversity on the show.
The series follows Hannah, a young women a few years out of college, as she tries to establish a writing career in the city while navigating her relationship with her booty call/ boyfriend. Her best friend Marnie, is an overachiever who isn’t sure how to handle being laid off from her nice job or her break-up with her college boyfriend. Their college friend Jessa is a wild child who avoids responsibility and bounces from job to job and relationship to relationship. Her cousin Shoshana is still in college and trying to figure out who she wants to be when she graduates.
Girls was created by Lena Dunham and produced by Judd Apatow. The show premiered on HBO on April 15th, 2012. Its third and most recent season premiered on January 12th, 2014. It’s fourth season, which will air sometime in 2015, was announced on January 9th.
Girls earned a rating of 7.5 on IMDB and a score of 87% on Metacritic. It has won two Golden Globes in 2013 for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series (Lena Dunham) and Best Television Series (Musical or Comedy). It has also been nominated for 10 Primetime Emmys, winning one for Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series (Jennifer Euston ) in 2012. The show has been accused of nepotism since many of the stars have famous parents (including Brian Williams and David Mamet) and has been criticized for portraying almost exclusively white characters in a very racially diverse city.
The Shoshi Games is an exploitable photoshop meme in which screen shots of Girl’s character Shoshanna (played by actress Zosia Mamet) are put on images of athletes competing in the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics. On February 11th, 2014, the Tumblr Shoshigames was created, which creates and posts the images along with comments written in Shoshanna’s voice such as “Curling? I’ve been doing that since my bat mitzvah.” and “Are we going to a Drybar? #helmethair.”
On July 27th, 2012, YouTuber PeterFrankMike uploaded a parody trailer for Boys, which swapped the gender and location (LA) of Girls and poked fun at the trivial conflicts and the stars’ famous parents (below, top left). As of February 2014, the video has over 350,000 views. On April 26th, 2012, comedian Stephanie Bencin uploaded a video to her YouTube channel titled “Shit Girls Say About the Show ‘Girls’” which combined Girls parody with the Shit People Say meme (bottom right). As of February 2014, the video has over 140,000 views. An episode of Saturday Night Live that aired on September 28th, 2013, featured a parody of Girls that introduced an older, tougher girl from Albania (played by Tina Fey) (top right). The sketch was uploaded to NBC’s YouTube channel on September 29th. As of February 2014, the video has over 1 million views. On January 20th, 2014, comedy group Above Average uploaded a video to their YouTube channel titled “HBO’s GIRLS Tour ft. Sasheer Zamata” which featured a fictional tour of the Brooklyn neighborhoods where Girls is shot (bottom left). As of February 2014, the video has over 87,000 views.
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Duke University Freshman Porn Star Scandal refers to the controversy and debate surrounding the public outing of Duke University freshman Miriam Weeks (a.k.a. Lauren A) as adult film actress Belle Knox by a fellow classmate in January 2014.
According to Weeks, her involvement in adult films was first recognized by fellow freshman Duke University student Thomas Bagley on January 10th, 2014. Upon bing confronted with the discovery, Weeks asked Bagley to keep the matter private. That evening, Bagley allegedly told several people about Weeks’ profession at a fraternity rush event. According to the Duke Chronicle, a thread titled “Freshman Pornstar” about Weeks was subsequently posted to the anonymous college student communication board CollegiateACB (shown below). The thread has since been removed.
On February 7th, 2014, the anonymous secret-sharing community Collegefession tweeted an anonymous tip from a male student at Duke University claiming to have discovered an adult film actress in his freshman class. In the first month, the tweet gained over 1,400 favorites and 220 retweets.
On February 7th, 2014, the Twitter feed Collegefession published an anonymous message from a male student claiming to have discovered an adult film actress in his freshman class. In the first month, the tweet gained over 1,400 favorites and 220 retweets.
"I found out a girl in our freshman class is a pornstar. I've now made it my goal to fuck her before I graduate." – Duke University— Collegefession™ (@collegefession) February 8, 2014
The Duke Chronicle Interview
On February 14th, the Duke Chronicle published an interview with Weeks, in which she gave an account of how she became involved in the adult film industry and was subsequently outed. The article also included a statement from Bagley, who was quoted as saying that he regretted his decision to out her. On February 18th, the women’s interest blog Jezebel published an article about the scandal and subsequent harassments that Weeks has been subject to. On the same day, The Daily Caller reported that Bagley claims that Weeks had divulged the information to him willingly and that he had never recognized her in adult films, as has been reported.
On February 21st, XoJane published an article written by Weeks, in which she called her experience in the adult film industry “empowering,” discussed the harassment she had received following the outing and argued that a patriarchal society is fearful of women’s sexuality. The following day, the article was submitted to the /r/sex and /r/TrueReddit subreddits, where it garnered upwards of 2,900 and 1,300 up votes in the first five days respectively. Also on February 22nd, CollegiateACB member terry.arnold submitted a thread containing links to several of Weeks’ adult videos. The following day, a article titled “Miriam Weeks” was submitted to the Internet culture wiki Encyclopedia Dramatica.
LinkedIn is a social media network site founded by Reid Hoffman created for professionals to connect with current and former colleagues. The site also allows users to host and maintain a resume.
The site was founded in 2002 and launched in 2003 by Hoffman about six months after he organized a group of workers. Many of the people who were behind the launch were people he had worked with at money-transferring service PayPal and SocialNet. After their first month of operation they had over 4,000 members. In 2005 the company began selling subscriptions that would allow members to send messages to other LinkedIn members they didn’t know. They also launched their job board that year.
2012 Account Hacking
On June 4th, 2012, Russian hackers were able to obtain over 6.4 millions passwords from LinkedIn members. Because of LinkedIn’s reputation as a very professional, and thus uninteresting social platform, many took to Twitter to make light of the hacking. On June 7th, several guides were published to check if your password was among the stolen on sites like Venture Beat and The Huffington Post.
As of February 2014, LinkedIn has more than 277 million registered members. Only 34% of its members are based in the United States. The fastest growing demographic on LinkedIn is recent college graduates.
Bang with Professionals
On February 1st, 2013, the site Bang With Professionals was launched. The site allowed users to connect through their LinkedIn network, then label co-workers they’d like to hook-up with “would bang.” When two people labeled each other as would bang the site would e-mail them the news. The founders explained their site saying:
""We obviously saw what others were doing," the site’s anonymous founders said in reference to communities like Grindr and Blendr, “but it was hard for us to think of really hooking up with someone using their services. In our opinion a network such as LinkedIn might be a good place to look when trying to hook up with someone. After all, you spend most of your time at work, so chances are finding someone to hook up with used on your LinkedIn profile might be a good place to start.”
The site was shut down less than two weeks later on February 11th, after LinkedIn’s API key was revoked.
Pope Job Listing
On March 12th, 2013, a job posting for the Pope appeared on LinkedIn, as a joking reaction to Pope Benedict stepping down from copywriter William Grave. The listing was removed soon after it was posted, but at least 30 applications for the position were sent.
Cleveland Woman’s Rude Reply Goes Viral
On February 19th, 2004, Diana Mekota, a twenty-six-year-old job searcher sent a LinkedIn request to Kelly Blazek, who is in charge of an online job board for marketers living in Cleveland, Ohio. Mekota received an angry e-mail in response, which expressed frustration that Mekota would try to connect with her without knowing her. She said,
""Your invite to connect is inappropriate, beneficial only to you, and tacky.Wow, I cannot wait to let every 26-year-old jobseeker mine my top-tier marketing connections to help them land a job. I love the sense of entitlement in your generation.You’re welcome for your humility lesson for the year. Don’t ever reach out to senior practitioners again and assume their carefully curated list of connections is available to you, just because you want to build your network."
Mekota posted the entire message on Imgur on February 19th with the caption:
“Moving to a new area so I attempted to join her job board and followed it up with a LinkedIn invite. This was the email response I received. Guess us twenty somethings should bow down to senior professionals because clearly we have nothing to offer.
Just like to point out that her LinkedIn page reads: “Frequent speaker on creating a gamechanger resume, professional presence, and how LinkedIn is a critical element of any job search.”
Mekota also posted her original message in which she asked to join Blazek’s job board to Imgur on February 25th. The message briefly outlined her education and previous positions.
The e-mail was posted on Buzzfeed on February 20th, which noted that Blazek had been named “2013 Communicator of the Year” by the Cleveland Chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators.
The hashtag #blazek topped Twitter’s trending topics list on February 25th, with many using the hashtag to condemn Blazek for her harsh words.
That same day Blazek sent a letter of apology to Mokota and The Plain Dealer, an Ohio newspaper. In the e-mail she explained she had become frustrated with how many job seekers sought her help every day, and that led her to be short with Mekota. She went on to say:
“The note I sent to Diana was rude, unwelcoming, unprofessional and wrong. I am reaching out to her to apologize. Diana and her generation are the future of this city. I wish her all the best in landing a job in this great town.”
- The Daily Dot- Bang With Professionals: How LinkedIn can get you laid
- The Daily Dot- LinkedIn hacked, 6.4 million user passwords at risk
- Venture Beat- Was YOUR LinkedIn password hacked? Here’s how to find out
- The Huffington Post- LinkedIn Password Hack: Check To See If Yours Was One Of The 6.5 Million Leaked
Normcore is a humorous fashion trend in which artists and others associated with the “hipster” subculture emulate Middle Americans by wearing ordinary clothing with dull or muted colors.
On October 19th, 2013, the trend forecasting group K-Hole published a trend report titled “Youth Mode: A Report on Freedom,” which proposed a new emergent aesthetic titled “#Normcore” encompassing a functional, comfortable fashion style and an attitude that embraces sameness rather than individuality.
On October 25th, 2013, the pop culture blog Bullett Media published an interview with several K-Hole collective members, who shared their thoughts on what it means to be “normcore.”
“Obviously self-image has always been a more distant, maneuverable extension of the self, but the Internet gives us total freedom to disengage the two. At the end of the day, we’re still ourselves. The blankness of Normcore deemphasizes self-image to promote a more fluid sense of self. It allows you to experience more things, both on and offline.”
On February 24th, 2014, NY Mag published an article about the emerging fashion trend, which referred to the style as “mall clothes,” “blank clothes” and a “dad-brand non-style you might have once associated with Jerry Seinfeld.” On February 26th, writer Tavi Gevinson posted a tweet joking that normcore should be a nudist movement.
"Normcore" is now a thing; everybody just go naked— Tavi Gevinson (@tavitulle) February 27, 2014
On February 26th, That same day, Gothamist published an article highlighting photographs of several tongue-in-cheek examples of normcore fashion (shown below).
On February 27th, GQ published a list of “10 #Normcore Essentials Every Man Should Have,” including Costco white T-shirts, stonewashed jeans, Patagonia fleece jackets and white tube socks, Teva sandals and New Balance sneakers.
The same day, several other news sites reported on the trend, including Flavorwire, Styleite, The Guardian, Jezebel, Gawker and The Daily Dot. Also on February 27th, the Twitter feed of the clothing retailer Gap posted a tweet that they had been stocking “#normcore” clothing for the past several decades. According to the Twitter analytics site Topsy, there were over 2,600 tweets containing the hashtag “#normcore” that month.
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NYMag</a> Normcore: <a href="http://t.co/zrTtwMgaTF">http://t.co/zrTtwMgaTF</a></p>— Gap (Gap) February 27, 2014
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The Daily Dot – Normcore your cguide to the years blandest fashion trend
“Disrespect Your Surroundings” is a caption adopted by a series of macro images and GIF’s. The phrase has various uses, but it’s most common context is to describe a person or groups of people behaving in a wild and disruptive manner, and often involves the destruction of property. Alternatively, it has been used to describe an individual rapidly spinning their arms.
The phrase ‘disrespect your surroundings’ was first used during the bridge of the song ‘Mr Highway’s Thinking about the End’ by rock/metal group A Day to Remember in 2008. The band would often shout out the phrase to provoke the crowd to begin moshing intensively.
The first instance of the phrase being used in an image was in this GIF created by Tumblr user Curse Of The Jaguar on the 24th of April, 2011. The image received more than 17 000 notes.
Following the popularity of the original GIF, numerous similar images were created and spread across Tumblr.
“Shrek is Love, Shrek is Life” Is a series of Green Text Stores that begun being posted on 4chan sometime in January, 2013 (as seen from Google Trends reports). It entails a usually homoerotic story of a man/woman praying to Shrek , while another person (typically the father) insults Shrek. Shrek then bursts through the window/wall, kills the father and rapes the man/woman who prayed to Shrek.
The coined title comes from the ending of the story, most usually ending in “Shrek is Love, Shrek is Life”
The original “Shrek is Love, Shrek is Life” thread was posted in January, 2013. Link available here. Multiple “Shrek is Love, Shrek is Life” threads began to pop up around 4chan, mostly on /b/, becoming extremely popular topics.
Several terms are used within the “Shrek is Love, Shrek is Life” entries. More notable ones are; “It’s all Ogre now”, “Get Shrekt”, “Shrek is Drek”, “Play time is Ogre”, and “Check yourself before you Shrek yourself”. These terms have gained, as well, significant popularity in most “Shrek is Love, Shrek is Life” stories.
Related Site: Shrekchan
Shrekchan is an image board, very similar to 4chan in nature and name. Shrekchan contains multiple “brogres”, or grown Shrek fans. Shrekchan holds multiple “Shrek is Love, Shrek is Life” stories.
Related Video: Original “Shrek is Love, Shrek is Life” story
The comic started on 9th June 2009 on a site which was simply named “Romantically Apocalyptic” the comic was made by a person known as “Vitaly S Alexius” along with other guess artists including stupidfox, Azim K and Cyanide and Happiness.
Warning this part of the entry contains some spoilers about the comics plot.
whilst the comic itself doesn’t have a clear story it is mostly about a group of thermo-nuclear survivors which consists of four people
The captain: The leader of the team that appears to have the lowest sanity of the group, his adventures consist of usually nonsensical shenanigans which at one point included him drinking a black hole. The captains past is not shown a lot and is possibly the one that has the little past of his shown. He is also well known to hold a mug with a red love heart on it which later is shown in the story is making a plot to kill him.
Snippy: Charles Snippy is one of the more saner characters of the four and is the only known character that wasn’t connected to ANNET (this universes internet provider). His adventures with the captain usually end him up either being killed or getting close to death. Before the apocalypse he was an average employee in a corporation but his past in his corporation is not shown much in the comic except for the fact that he got a side job and a tour-man in the nearby wasteland.
Pilot: The other insane character of the four who follows the captains every order as he sees the captain as a form of ‘miracle maker’ who which he also fears as shown in one of comics pages he says that if they disobey the captain they will be splashed with boiling hot water. The pilots past appears to be that of a Hitman/assassin he also appears to be another ANNET user (as ANNET was used by 99% of the population). He has a signature weapon of a katana (which is broken in a part of the comic)
Engie: The only other main character that is also sane character. Alexander Gromov was a head engineer of a ANNET and also appears to be the machines lover as well as it says to him (in page 65) “I love you”. His personality consists of not being a courageous man as when he leaves his bunker he sees a large mass (known as “cancer”) and quickly runs to hide from it. He also appears to be an intelligent man as he knows more about the termo-nuclear war than any other of the gang
Whilst the time of where the comic started to spread is a mystery it has spread in not only how long the comic is but also its user base as multiple users have criticised and praised the comic for its art style and humour .
While working in an arcade yesterday I was humming The lord of the rings theme and thought to myself isn’t Frodo a bit of a ball bag. So I just thought make a meme about Frodo and call him Frodo Ball-baggins. Simple really.
spongebob uses too much sauce is a meme that appeared on the episode The Algae’s Always Greener,when Plankton tells that Spongebob used too much sauce,spongebob makes a face and says"Uh Uh Uh".
The original video had been uploaded by youtube user maryisthebestever,the youtube channel got hacked and ban 90,000 views lost,after the channel got hacked,the video received 1.047.459 views
there are many versions of the video
the user who made this image on deviantART
some people think that the spongebob"too much sauce"face looks like an asian face
Ellen DeGeneres Oscar Selfie is a selfie that was taken at the 86th Academy Awards on Sunday, March 2nd, 2014. The selfie itself included Oscar host, Ellen DeGeneres with numerous celebrities such as Jennifer Lawrence, Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts, Brad Pitt, Kevin Spacey, and Bradley Cooper with the caption, “If only Bradley’s arm was longer. Best photo ever. #oscars” DeGeneres wanted to set a Twitter record with the most retweets in Twitter history.
During the Academy Awards,the selfie was able to gain over 1,000,000 retweets. The surge in retweets resulted in a crash on the Twitter website. An hour after the Academy Awards was over, the photo was able to gain over 2.2 million retweets on Twitter. During the Oscar After-Party Show on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Kevin Spacey took a selfie with Kimmel and challenged DeGeneres’ selfie. Right now, Spacey’s picture has over 10,000 retweets.
(Work In Progress)
The original GIF is taken from the video for Snoop Dogg’s video for his 2004 single “Drop It Like It’s Hot”. The video won the award for Best Hip-Hop Video at the 2006 MTV Video Music Awards. (The clip from which the GIF is taken from is seen at 0:27)
In 2006 Blingee, a site which allows you to add hip-hop culture themed pictures to images, was launched. It included the GIF of Snoop Dogg dancing taken from the video.
The GIF quickly became the most popular picture on the site. It is often placed in dark scenes for the contrast between the sene and his happy dance.
It is also associated with the phrase Smoke Weed Everyday, from the 2001 Dr Dre/Snoop Dogg single “The Next Episode”. It is often paired the GIF with videos of an original source in YTPMV Remixes of the phrase.