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  • 03/11/15--12:35: #RIPRichardDawkins
  • About

    #RIPRichardDawkins is a hashtag used to circulate a hoax regarding the death of author Richard Dawkins, which was orchestrated by Weird Twitter users in March 2015.

    Origin

    On March 10th, 2015, Twitter user @famoushorse[2] posted the tweet “What a tragic day. You will be missed :,( #RIPricharddawkins” (shown below).



    Spread

    Minutes later, Twitter user Jeb Lund[3] posted a #RIPRichardDawkins tweet along with the message “Goodnight, sweet prince” (shown below).



    That day, other Twitter users began posting the hashtag with jokes about the author’s demise (shown below).[9][10] Also on March 10th, 2015, Slymepit Forums[4] member Ape+lust posted a comment claiming that “justice warriors” were “giddy” over the death hoax, suggesting that a “#RIPAnitaSarkeesian” hashtag be launched as a counter-joke.



    On March 11th, Salon[1] published an interview with @famoushorse, who claimed he launched the meme with Twitter user Jeb Lund out of “pure boredom with the hope of eliciting a public freak out from Dawkins.” According to the Twitter analytics site Topsy,[8] the hashtag received over 2,700 mentions in the first 24 hours (shown below). In the coming days, several news sites published articles about the Twitter death hoax, including Epoch Times,[5] Mediaite[6] and International Business Times.[7]



    Various Examples



    Search Interest

    Not available.

    External References


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  • 03/11/15--12:39: Listen And Believe
  • About

    “Listen And Believe” is a phrase coined by internet personality Anita Sarkeesian during her Feminist Frequency panel at 2014 XOXO Festival in order to argue against the concept of victim blaming towards women and their experience with gender discrimination by inviting people to believe in what they have to say about it instead of flat out rejecting everything. The phrase has been taken over by GamerGate advocates mocking its seemingly preaching nature while criticizing the claim that every woman’s testimony has to be trusted on the issue no matter what.

    Origin

    Between September 11th and 14th, 2014, the annual art and technology conference XOXO Festival was held in Portland, Oregon. Among the various attendees was Anita Sarkeesian presenting a panel about her Feminist Frequency projet and her own experience dealing with online harassment. Sarkeesian ended her panel with the captions “Listen and Believe”, inviting her audience to take a first step and simply believe women’s accounts and experience of online harassment and sexism. A video of the whole conference was uploaded to the official XOXOYoutube channel on October 7th (shown below).

    Spread

    On September 13th, A Reddit thread was started on the KotaluInAction sub-reddit about the panel, discussing the arguments made by Sarkeesian. The same day, redditor hockeyday13 commented on the “Listen and Believe” segment, comparing the phrase to Georges Orwell’s novel 1984[1]. On September 14th, Kotaku writer and model Liana Kerzner made a video about the panel and its relationship with the GamerGate movement, asking Sarkeesian to “practice what [she] preach[es]” (shown below, left). Another video was made by Blistered Thumbs editor Micah Curtis discussing the quote and GamerGate that same day (shown below, right).

    On september 15th, Buzzfeed writer Cate Sevilla posted an article about the panel, supporting the phrase[2]. In the following months, several Sarkeesian detractors wrote opinion pieces about the panel mocking the phrase, such as Men’s Rights website A Voice For Men[3] and Lazy Gamer[4]. On November 20th 2014, Youtuber Sargon of Aakad uploaded a video criticizing it (shown below).

    On February 9th, 2015, Liana Kerzner wrote a followup article on Metal Eater[5] in which she states:

    For a long time I was afraid to publicly say what I really believed. Then Anita Sarkeesian encouraged the audience in an XOXO talk to “Listen and believe women” who claim harassment and abuse. Only women. That hit a nerve. I know three different men who have been falsely accused of abuse, and they had their lives dragged through the mud because too many people just took the woman’s word regarding what happened.

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  • 03/11/15--13:55: RebelTaxi/Pan-Pizza
  • (Page is a work in progress, editorships are welcomed)



    About


    Pan-Pizza is an online cartoon and occasional video game reviewer and driver of the RebelTaxi. The first video he uploaded in 2008 is unrelated to anything he does as it is a speed run of Superman 64. His first review was uploaded in 2010, however it should be noted that many of his older videos are no longer on Youtube, they were once hosted on Blip, until it was removed. His videos are known for him giving his honest opinions while usually not resorting to him getting angry, as well as having many jokes that are dark in nature.


    Types of Videos


    Rebeltaxi Loves/Hates/Reviews


    These are his standard reviews, in these videos, he usually talks about cartoons he loves/hates or just wants to talk about in general.


    Top 10s


    In these videos, he makes a list of his favorite things depending on the subject, and it’s not always limited to 10.


    Side Missions


    In these videos, he gives his quick opinions on the most recent cartoons


    Midnight Society


    In these videos, he takes on creepy fan theories, rumors of lost videos, and stuff of that nature. One of his most well known videos was about Dexter’s Rude Removal, which is often seen as the catalyst for it being shown to the public


    Comic Con Videos


    These are a series of videos he makes after attending San Diego Comic Con, he uses these videos to recap upcoming stuff to people who weren’t able to attend Comic Con, while also giving his opinion on some of the stuff as well.


    Did You Know Animation


    A recent series he began, it’s similar to DYKGaming, but with Pan-Pizza talking about miscellaneous animation facts.


    Pizza Party Podcast


    A podcast he hosts alongside two internet friends, Ken and Nolan



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  • 03/11/15--17:29: Zach King
  • About

    Zach King (born February 4th, 1991) is an internet celebrity well-known for his Vine videos in which he uses clever video editing to display magic tricks, calling them “digital sleight of hand”[1]. He won several movie contests and made an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

    Final Cut King

    Zach King started his career by registered the Final Cut King[2] website in December 2008 in order to offer tutorials on how to use the Final Cut Pro video editing tool. He then made a Youtube channel on January 15th 2009 to show examples of his work. His first video was a tutorial about how to obtain a visual effect called the “Pleasantville Effect” (shown below). The whole channel, as of march 2015, has gained more than 700 000 followers.



    Rise to fame

    Youtube

    On August 25th 2011, Zach uploaded a 15-seconds video titled “Jedi Kittens” and featuring two kittens having a Lightsaber Duel (shown below). As of March 2015, the video has gained more than 7 500 000 views.



    Following his popularity as a movie creator, Zach made two sequels. “Jedi Kittens Strike Back” on September 11th 2011 (shown below, left) and “Jedi Kittens – The Force Awakens” on January 29th 2013 (shown below, right). As of March 2015, they have gathered over 13 000 000 views and more than 8 000 000 views respectively.

    Vine

    In September 2013, Zach went on to register a Vine account where he started posting six-seconds edited videos resembling magic tricks. As of March 2015, the channel is hosting over 180 videos and attracted more than 2.7 million followers.



    Gaining a status of being among the Top Viners, he was invited to the Ellen DeGeneres show in January 2014 (shown below)



    Search

    External References

    [1]CBS local – Zach King’s Magic Vine Compilation: Surfer Stephen’s Viral Video Of The Day

    [2]Final Cut King


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  • 03/11/15--20:40: Jenny Death When
  • About

    Jenny Death When is a phrase used by fans of the band Death Grips when talking about the delayed release date of the second part of their final double album, The Powers That B.

    Origin

    The first post with the phrase was made on June 24th, 2014 [2] soon after the announce of the album. It had been used extensively since then, including being used by people outside of 4chan such as Anthony Fantano[1], as well as major news sites such as Stereogum[3] and ConsequenceOfSound.[4]

    Fashion Week



    Fashion Week is an instrumental album that was released by Death Grips in January. In the album, all the song titles were titled “Fashion Week” followed with a letter. When looked vertically, these letters spelled out “JENNYDEATHWHEN”.



    Search Trends



    External References


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  • 03/11/15--22:16: Freddy Fazbear
  • About

    Freddy Fazbear is the main animatronic of Five Nights at Freddy’s. He is the mascot of the fictional restaurant “Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza.”

    Origin

    On August 8, 2014, Five Nights at Freddy’s was released on Steam. The main character, Freddy Fazbear appeared to most “Let’s Play”-ers at the end of the night when you ran out of power.

    Spread

    researching

    Related Memes

    researching

    Notable Examples

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  • 03/12/15--08:14: L'Oréal
  • About

    L’Oréal is a cosmetics company that has spawned an image macro meme. The image macros typically show a subject flaunting some of their more ‘attractive’ features like their hair or flawless face with the caption ’L’oreal’ (often followed by the company’s slogan, ‘because you’re worth it,‘) placed on the image. The meme goes beyond simple image macros; instances of it can be seen in several fandoms significant online. When this happens, often the word ’Paris’ located beneath the company name is replaced by a more relevant location.

    Origin

    L’Oréal was founded in 1909 by Eugène Schueller[1], while the slogan L’Oréal uses today was written by Ilon Specht on 1973[2]. This points out that the meme itself most likely spawned before the internet became accessible to the majority of the population since L’Oréal had power and influence decades ago.The act of swaying the person’s hair comes from L’Oréal’s billboards and TV ads.

    Spread

    Meme sites such as Meme Center and Quick Meme are just some of the multiple meme sites that have received a large amount of entries of the meme[3][4]. Deviantart has also been receiving instances of the meme tagged L’Oreal with 1,939 results[5]. While the tag #l’oreal is reserved for cosmetic photography and images of the models of l’oreal, the meme can be easily spotted in tumblr with the tag #because-you’re-worth-it[6].

    Notable Examples


    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – L’Oréal

    [2]http://www.lorealparisusa.com – Because You’re Worth It

    [3]Meme Center – L’Oreal

    [4]Quick Meme – L’Oreal

    [5]Deviantart – L’Oreal

    [6]Tumblr – #because-your-worth-it


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  • 03/12/15--11:41: Hora Hora
  • WORK IN PROGRESS. FEELFREE TO REQUESTEDITORSHIP



    About

    Hora Hora is a catchphrase from the Monster Girl Quest heroine Alipheese Fateburn XVI, mostly known as Alice.

    Origin

    Monster Girl Quest is a trilogy eroge RPG series, which it’s first chapter was released the December 17th, 2011. The series feature Luka’s journey to become a hero while defeating various female monsters in his world. One of the game heroines, Alice, is known for having the verbal tick “Hora, Hora, Hora”, specially during sex scenes with Luka. “Hora” seems to be a word in the Japanese slang Jisho which is a cutesy way of saying “look” or “hey”.



    Spread

    [Researching]

    Various Examples




    Search Interest

    External Links

    [1]Wikipedia – Echidna


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  • 03/12/15--12:45: Jason Bateman
  • About

    Jason Bateman is an American actor, director, and producer who is best known for his roles on the sitcoms Silver Spoons[1], The Hogan Family[2], and Arrested Devlopment.

    History

    Bateman began hist acting career on the American drama series Little House on the Prairie[3] portraying the character James Cooper. He later went on to be a supporting role in the sitcom Silver Spoons and The Hogan Family of which he would direct three episodes, becoming the youngest ever director for the Directors Guild of America[4][5]. Later in life he would star as Michael Bluth[6] in the American comedy series Arrested Development which would receive critical acclaim. In 2013 Bateman made his Hollywood directorial debut with the American black comedy[7] film Bad Words[8].

    Notable Memes

    I Don’t Know What I Expected



    I don’t know what I expected is a memorable quote from Arrested Development character, Michael Bluth. The quote is often used as a reaction image usually in a gif format.

    Bold Move Cotton



    Bold move Cotton is an advice animalimage macro series based on a still of two announcers from the 2004 comedy film Dodgeball[9]. The caption usually describe a controversial or risky situation that a group or individual shall undertake, or already has, followed by the satirical phrase “It’s a bold move Cotton, let’s see if it pays off.”

    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – Silver Spoons

    [2]Wikipedia – The Hogan Family

    [3]Wikipedia – Little House on the Prairie (TV series)

    [4]Wikipedia – Jason Bateman Television Career

    [5]Wikipedia – Directors Guild of America

    [6]Wikipedia – Michael Bluth

    [7]Wikipedia – Black Comedy

    [8]Wikipedia – Bad Words

    [9]Wikipedia – Dodgeball


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  • 03/12/15--12:53: Kim Jong Un Bent Over
  • About

    Kim Jong Un Bent Over is a photoshop meme based on a photograph of the North Korean dictator bent over a bed during an inspection of a new residential complex constructed for scientists and university professors. While the original photograph surfaced online in August 2013, it didn’t take off as a photoshop meme until a cutout image of the slumped Kim Jong Un was submitted to Reddit in early March 2015.

    Origin

    On August 7th, 2013, Twitter user Kety Shapazian[3] tweeted a Reuters photograph of Kim firmly pressing the surface of a mattress with both of his fists (shown below) during an inspection of an apartment complex for scientists and university professors under construction in downtown Pyongyang. Later that day, Politico editorial director Blake Hounshell retweeted the photo.[1]



    The image went relatively unnoticed until March 4th, 2015, when Redditor lightmanmac submitted the picture to the /r/photoshopbattles[9] subreddit, inviting viewers to submit digitally edited versions of the photo in the comments section. Within two weeks, the post gained over 4,300 votes (94% upvoted) and 630 comments, with the highest-voted submission featuring Kim standing over the iconic adult film “casting couch” (shown below).



    Spread

    On March 5th, 2015, a compilation of notable examples was submitted to the Internet humor site 9gag,[2] where it gathered more than 21,300 points and 460 comments over the next week. That day, the Buzz60 YouTube channel uploaded a news report about the photoshops (shown below). In the coming days, several news sites published articles about the photoshop meme, including The Daily Dot,[4] BuzzFeed,[5] Mashable,[6] Yahoo News[7] and Neatorama.[8]



    Notable Examples




    Search Interest

    Not available.

    External References


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    About

    “It Was Me, Barry!” is a line associated with Professor Zoom, also known as Reverse-Flash, an archnemesis of a DC Comics superhero Flash. It is usually used as a parody of the character and how petty he appears to be. The jokes and images often consist of phrases such as “IT WAS ME, BARRY, ME!” or “I WASTHAT ___, BARRY!”.

    Origin

    The line’s origins are connected to a monthly six-issue American comic book Flash: Rebirth, although the line itself does not appear there. The line’s context comes from one of the issues where Eobard Thawne a.k.a. Zoom reveals to Barry Allen a.k.a. Flash that he made it so that he was responsible for numerous terrible things that happened in Barry’s life[1].

    On the 4chan board /co/, the oldest archived posts parodying that scene can be dated back to February 8th, 2010. Soon after replies came in that parodied the Reverse-Flash with images and some jokes.


    Spread

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    Notable Examples

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  • 03/12/15--15:51: Hoe Don't Do It
  • About

    Hoe Don’t Do It, also known as Oh Don’t Do It, is a series of Vines parodying a video in which a man dances rhythmically in sync with a hip-hop song while being encouraged by his camera man friend. Remix videos often contain the audio from the original Vine dubbed over FAIL videos or footage of people dancing.

    Origin

    On August 26th, 2014, Viner ttylctrn uploaded a video titled “Mane Tried to Punk Out!” featuring a clip of a young man dancing to the hip hop song “Ad-lib Freestyle”[1] by Krew-libs while his friend encourages him (shown below). Within seven months, the video gained over four million loops, 86,000 likes and 56,000 revines.



    bq.“Hoe don’t do it. Oh my god.”

    Spread

    On January 24th, 2015, YouTuber King Vine uploaded a compilation of notable “Oh Don’t Do It” Vines (shown below).



    On January 24th, 2015, YouTuber Crey Crey uploaded an extended version of the original Vine video, gaining upwards of 1.7 million views and 620 comments in two months (shown below).



    Search Interest

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  • 03/12/15--17:05: Death Battle
  • Still a WIP, Help welcomed


    About

    Death Battle, often stylized as DEATHBATTLE, is an internet show animated by Ben ’’Wizard’’ Singer and Chad ’’Boomstick’’ James hosted by ScrewAttack, who pit two fiction characters agaisnt each other in a fight to the death. The show have gained a large following on the internet, but it as gained as few haters too.

    Online History

    The series first episode, Boba Fett VS Samus Aran was released on 6th december of 2010 on ScrewAttack’s Youtube account. The video being a complete success and the viewer requesting more similar video, the show went on becoming the channel’s most viewed series. One of the most awaited battle, Goku vs Superman was posted the 19th january of 2013. The battle also However, since the episodes needed time to do the research, a spin-off show named One-Minute Melee was created, with the premiere, Jin Saotome vs Gambit being released the 3rd october of 2014. A second spin-off, Desk of Death Battle first aired the 4th january 2015.

    Video Example


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  • 03/12/15--17:33: Skeletor
  • About

    Skeletor is the primary antagonist in the Masters of the Universe franchise. He is known for his complete disdain towards is subordinates, as well as his repeated failures at the hands of He-Man[1].

    Fictional Biography

    Skeletor was originally known as Keldor[2], brother of King Randor[3], and uncle of Prince Adam[4] aka He-Man. After feeling cheated from the throne by Randor, he would flee his home and raise an army to one day come back and conquer Eternos[5]. When the time came for Keldor’s conquest, he found Randor and his forces awaiting him. During the battle Keldor’s face was severely burned by acid, and he was left on the verge of death. His partner, Evil-Lyn[6] would plead with the extra dimensional being, Hordak[7], to help save Keldor’s life. Hordak agreed but only under the condition that Keldor would later help him escape from his ethereal prison. Hordak then fused Keldor with the demonic Demo-Man[8]. This drove Keldor insane, and he renamed himself Skeletor. Skeletor would then try many times to conquer Eternia[9], but would fail everytime. Skeletor was responsible for kidnapping Prince Adam’s sister Princess Adora[10] from the Eternos Palace and would offer her to Hordak. Princess Adora would later become She-Ra[11]. Skeletor has had many clashes with He-Man, with nearly all of them ending in Skeletor’s defeat.

    Fandom

    [wip]

    Online Presence.

    Myaah



    Myaah is a quote from the 2005 Masters of the Universe parody video entitled “Fabulous Secret Powers”[12] better known as He-Man Sings. The quote has taken of on a popularity of its own aside from the original video, and has spawned many fan images and remix videos.

    Inspirational Skeletor



    Inspirational Skeletor refers to an image macro series in which Skeletor is shown giving helpful advice to the viewer, in a similar vein to Courage Wolf.

    Skeletor Honda Takeover




    Skeletor Honda Takeover refers to the event in December 2014 when Honda updated their Twitter account to feature images and quotes from an action figure version on Skeletor, whom was decreeing that nobody was safe from him.

    External References

    [1]Wiki Grayskull – He-Man

    [2]Wiki Grayskull – Keldor

    [3]Wiki Grayskull – King Randor

    [4]Wiki Grayskull – Prince Adam

    [5]Wiki Grayskull – Eternos

    [6]Wiki Grayskull – Evil-Lyn

    [7]Wiki Grayskull – Hordak

    [8]Wiki Grayskull – Demo-Man

    [9]Wiki Grayskull – Eternia

    [10]Wiki Grayskull – Princess Adora

    [11]Wiki Grayskull – She-Ra

    [12]YouTube – Fabulous Secret Powers


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  • 03/12/15--20:58: #FerrellTakesTheField
  • Note: Work In Progress.



    About

    #FerrellTakesTheField is a charitable event in which actor, Will Ferrell[1] raised awareness to a cancer charity known as Cancer For College[2] as well as film footage for a documentary for HBO[3] in conjunction with the website Funny Or Die.

    Background

    On March 10, 2015 Will Ferrell announced that he would be playing all 9 positions in 10 different Major League Baseball[4] games as a part of a new baseball centered special for the internet webs show Funny or Die, set to appear on HBO. The following day Ferrell announced that the special would be dedicated to battling cancer via the Cancer for College charity organization. On March 12, 2015, Ferrell traveled to Arizona and played in five Spring Training games in which he played in all 9 fielding positions and umpired for ten different teams during the span of the day. In each game, he wore the jersey number, 19. During the event, MLB created a player account for Will Ferrell to detail his stats.

    Twitter Hashtag

    During the games the hashtag #FerrellTakesTheField was created to garner interest in the event. Also several teams began to share mock trade-ups invloving Ferrell. The Arizona Diamondbacks[5] official Twitter account[6] claimed that Ferrell was traded to the Cincinnati Reds[7] for a Churro Dog and a D-Bat Dog while the Los Angeles Angels[8] official Twitter account[9] announced that Ferrell was traded to the Cubs[10] for a washing machine.

    References

    [1]Wikipedia – Will Ferrell

    [2]Cancer for College – Homepage

    [3]Wikipedia – HBO

    [4]Wikipedia – MLB

    [5]Wikipedia – Arizona Diamondbacks

    [6]Twitter – Diamondbacks Official Twitter

    [7]Wikipedia – Cincinnati Reds

    fn8 Wikipedia – Los Angeles Angel’s

    [9]Twitter – Angel’s Official Twitter

    [10]Wikipedia – Chicago Cubs


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  • 03/12/15--22:09: Tell Me Your Secrets, X
  • About

    Tell Me Your Secrets, Grass is a photograph of a crouched man intensely staring at a piece of grass coupled with the caption Tell Me Your Secrets, Grass. Gaining popularity among image-sharing hubs, several parodies were made featuring people staring or with their heads resting on things, using the snowcloneTell Me Your Secrets, X formula.

    Origin

    The initial photograph was taken from a scene in season 4 episode 3 of famous TV drama Lost, titled “The Economist” and first broadcasted on February 14th, 2008. It depicts character Dr. Daniel Faraday (portrayed by Jeremy Davis) fervently checking a piece of grass (shown below, left) in order to set up scientific equipments for an experiment. As early as March 31st, 2009, a picture parody with the caption Tell Me Your Secrets, Grass[1] was uploaded to Flickr by user rubbaducky42 (shown below, right). As of March 2015, the image has gained more than 14 000 views.



    Spread

    [WIP]

    Various Examples



    External References

    [1]Flickr – tell me your secrets grass


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  • 03/13/15--01:30: Balloon Boy / BB
  • About

    Balloon Boy or BB is an animatronic from the 2014 point-and-click horror video game Five Nights at Freddy’s 2. The players were gave an highly negative reaction that when Balloon Boy is enter the office and disabled the flashlights to stop Foxy and Balloon Boy Laughs at the player after the jump-scare which the players called him “Fuck-Boy”.

    Origin

    researching

    Spread

    On December 17th, 2014‎, a page of Balloon Boy was created on the Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza Wiki.[1] On November 19, YouTuber Crazy Boris Productions uploaded an animation video titled “Fortnight at Freddy’s” when the guy is use his flashlight but the Balloon Boy stole his battery and laugh at him which it make the guy made and throw the flashlight at BB’s head (shown below, left). On January 31th, 2015, YouTuber YoloJoe uploaded a Source Filmmaker video titled “Revenge on the Balloon Boy” of the three night guards push out Balloon Boy of his bed which the audio was from an Nickelodeon film Barnyard (shown below, right).

    Various Examples





    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Freddy Fazbear’s Pizza Wiki – BB


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  • 03/13/15--07:21: /s4s/
  • [Work in progress >:(]

    About

    Shit 4chan Says, alternatively known as s4s, is a board on 4chan dedicated to shitposting and “making memes”.

    History

    Shit 4chan Says was created on April 1st, 2013, as a parody of the Shit Reddit Says sub-reddit, with fake upvote/downvote arrows added on the board, before being changed back to the original 4chan board layout.

    Notable Sub Memes

    [w.i.p]

    Kek

    [write some descriptive text here about Kek and World of Warcraft]

    This is Nice Board / Bury Pink Gril

    [write some descriptive text here about Pink Gril and recoloured Madoka Kaname]

    Dubs Guy / “Check ’Em”

    [write some text about repeating digits and s4s]

    Gippo Dudee

    link to the guy

    Gippo Dudee, a popular user on s4s, proclaimed by users of the board to be the “owner” of the board. He is commonly associated with the phrase “Today I will remind them”.

    Search Interest

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  • 03/13/15--09:03: The Loneliest People

  • About

    The Loneliest People is the most well known phrase associated with a short quote by an unknown person which can be seen above. The quote has inspired multiple deviations about various characters from different fandoms often in the form of photosets or gifsets.

    Origin

    The quote is said to have come from an anonymous person/unknown source.

    Spread

    Instances of the meme can be seen in a large number of fandoms.

    Various Examples


    Search Interest

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  • 03/13/15--09:07: The Office Fan
  • About

    The Office Fan or OF or Desk Fan or DF is a Prominant character in the Horror game series named: Five Nights At Freddey’s.
    The Office Fan made a sagnificant apearance in every game of the franchise.
    OF’s Tendensies to take away power in the first FNaF game, with no way to disable or defeat, made him a hated while, his constant presnce and earie silence also made him a feared character.

    Origin

    [researching]

    Spread

    No page was made about this character yet in the FNaF wiki because of his mystrious and fear aspiring nature.

    on february 5th 2015 a video collecting some of the known facts about the desk/office fan

    soon to follow more facts about the mystrious fan have been brought up to the public

    on faburary 15 2015, DeviantArt user Fan McFanzy. made tumbler, style art page to ask the Office fan questions: http://ask-the-fan-fnaf.deviantart.com/

    Notable Examples


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