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  • 03/13/15--10:52: Can't Argue With That
  • About

    Can’t Argue With That is an exploitable picture 3-panel series featuring an unnamed person with an expression similar to Look of Disapproval emoticon. It can be alternatively used as a reaction image.

    Origin

    When the original comic has been deleted, the first assumed appearance which the uploader Joe Loong claims to be “Found on the Internet. Original source unknown.” was on Flickr, on January 12, 2009 tagged #walk and #away.[1]



    Spread

    On June 9, 2009, image was used on 14erskiers, a skiing activities blog created by Brittany and Frank Konsella under Silverton Mountain- Don’t Believe the Hype post.[2] On July 31, 2009, it was used on Kotaku and Stompfest respectively at 9:21 pm and 9:48 pm.[3][4] The commonly used edit of the sketch with disapproving face accompanied by an open mouth and removed last panel origins from FunnyJunk, Sudden Clarity Clarence macro titled Awesome., comment from June 24, 2012, with a total of 113+ upvotes.[5]



    It was reposted in indifferent form on October 21, 2012 under He has got a point picture.[6] The edited second performance of the draft with a photograph was used on Vadriven on You laugh, you lose thread on November 3, 2012.[7] It has been reused on Neoseeker Funny Pictures Thread, on November 6, 2012.[8]

    Notable Examples


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  • 03/13/15--11:33: Link
  • About

    Link is the main protagonist and player character from the Nintendo video game series, The Legend of Zelda. Due to his prominence within the series and in video game culture as a whole, he has been the subject of a number of fan creations, including fan art and other such parodies

    Origin

    Link first appeared within the 1986 Nintendo Entertainment System title, The Legend of Zelda, created by Shigeru Miyamoto. Despite the option for players to choose their own name for the character, the character became more well known by his default and promotional name, Link, and became famous for his signature Green tunic. Within the game, Link is tasked with saving a captured Princess Zelda from the evil Ganon, as well as saving all of the land of Hyrule in the process. Since then, an incarnation of Link has been the main playable character for all the main series Zelda games, as well as starring in a number of spin offs and other franchises, most notably the Super Smash Bros. Crossover series.

    Spread

    Due to the characters popularity, he has spawned numerous fan creations online. On DeviantArt, there are over 4 million results for the term “link”[1], as well as over 45,000 results on Japanese image site Pixiv.[2]

    Various Examples

    Fanart

    Cosplay

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]DeviantArt – Link

    [2]Pixiv – リンク


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  • 03/13/15--13:03: Dancing Kanye
  • About

    Dancing Kanye is a video remix series featuring dubbed footage of rapper Kanye West dancing to a variety of different audio tracks.

    Origin

    On March 9th, 2014, the WorldStarHipHop Twitter feed posted a video of West dancing on stage during a performing his track “Say You Will” at Paris Fashion Week (shown below). In the first year, the tweet gained over 1,100 favorites and 860 comments.



    That day, the “Dancing Kanye” Instagram feed was launched, featuring edited versions of the video with alternate music tracks dubbed over the original audio, the first of which included the 2001 R&B song “U Remind Me” by Usher (shown below).




    Spread

    On March 10th, 2015, the hot1079atl Instagram feed posted a Dancing Kanye video set to the theme from the television sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air (shown below).


    Kanye shows his respect to #WillSmith as he dances to "#FreshPrince" #KanyeWest #KanyeDances #dancingkanye #KanyeDancing

    A video posted by Hot 107.9 Atlanta (@hot1079atl) on Mar 10, 2015 at 9:14pm PDT



    The same day, YouTuber VineArchive uploaded a Dancing Kanye video with the theme song from the animated television show Rugrats playing in the background (shown below, left). On March 11th, YouTuber Debora Grano uploaded a compilation of Dancing Kanye Vine videos (shown below, right). In the coming days, several news sites published articles highlighting notable examples of the video remix series, including People,[2] The Huffington Post[3] and Time.[4]



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  • 03/13/15--13:11: Milhouse Daryll Van Houten
  • **This article is a WIP, any help would be greatly appreciated.**-- Windigo

    About

    Milhouse is a character featured in the animated television series The Simpsons. In the series he is Bart Simpson’s best friend. He has a crush on Lisa Simpson, although his advances are always rebuffed. He is often the butt of physical and slapstick humor.

    Milhouse is not a meme

    Milhouse is not a meme is a paradoxical statement and a well-known debate on the imageboard site 4chan about what makes an internet meme and what doesn’t, using The Simpsons character Milhouse Van Houten as an example. Since the birth of the debate on 4chan in 2005, the phrase has been typically used to initiate a chain post of recursive nature. Due to its recurrence over time, “Milhouse is not a meme” is often referred to as a forced meme.

    “Everything’s coming up Milhouse”

    “Everything’s coming up Milhouse” is a phrase uttered by Milhouse Season 10, Episode 19. It is described by the Urban Dictionary as being synonymous with “Everything’s going well for me”.

    There is a level of sardonicism involved with the phrase; assumably because it is associated with one of the unlucky characters in television. When used, the phrase is often used regarding something completely unremarkable (Eg. “Went from a 25% to a 28% in the class I’m failing, everything’s coming up Milhouse”) as evidenced by the Buzzfeed collection of tweets 29 Times Everything Was Coming Up Milhouse. The implication being that the subject is so unlucky the rest of the time even minor positive things are paraded as big accomplishments.


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  • 03/13/15--13:18: /mu/
  • About

    /mu/ is a board dedicated to discussing music on the imageboard 4chan. Since its creation, it has become one of the largest music discussion boards on the English-speaking Internet.

    History

    /mu/ was added to 4chan’s board listings in 2004.[1] A /mu/ wiki was created on on January 1, 2013.[2]

    Board Culture

    /mu/ is known for creating a culture based around particular artists, such as Radiohead, Death Grips, King Crimson, Animal Collective, Grimes, Neutral Milk Hotel, and Kanye West; these artists have, as a collective, been dubbed as “/mu/-core”. Recurring topics on the board include share threads, where users post links to albums they recommend, chart threads, which are used to show what albums a user has been listening to, and threads for showing off user’s pages on Bandcamp and Soundcloud, alongside other, more specific threads around themes such as classical music, Death Grips, music production, and Korean pop music.[3]

    Anthony Fantano

    Anthony Fantano is a music critic known mostly from his YouTube channel The Needle Drop. His videos have a popular following on the board; in return, Fantano has acknowledged his following there on several occasions.



    Death Grips

    Death Grips was an experimental hip-hop group from Sacramento, California. Several of the band’s albums, such as Exmilitary and The Money Store have become essential listening to users of the board, and, because of their popularity, have had several board in-jokes linked to them, such as Jenny Death When.



    In the Aeroplane Over the Sea

    In The Aeroplane Over the Sea is an album by the indie rock group Neutral Milk Hotel. The album is an earlier example of a “/mu/-core” album, and has heavily become associated with the board.



    Piero Scaruffi Beatles Copypasta

    The Piero Scaruffi Beatles Copypasta is a /mu/-specific copypasta taken from a paper written about the seminal rock group The Beatles written by Italian music critic Piero Scaruffi. The copypasta is infamous for its pretentious writing style and controversial opinion.



    Le Wrong Generation

    Le Wrong Generation is a sarcastic term applied to examples of people asserting that music of the past is objectively superior to music of the present, often mocking the perceived pretentiousness and narrow-mindedness of such beliefs. It is often heavily associated with appreciation for controversial popular artists such as Kanye West.



    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Encyclopedia Dramatica – /mu/

    [2]4chanmusic WIki – Main Page

    [3]4chan – /mu/


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  • 03/13/15--15:46: Freedom Planet
  • *


    About


    Freedom Planet [1] is a two-dimensional platform video game created by independent developer GalaxyTrail [2], a studio set up for the project by designer Stephen DiDuro. The player controls one of three anthropomorphic animal protagonists: the dragon Lilac, the wildcat Carol, or the basset hound Milla. Aided by the duck-like Torque, the player attempts to defeat the evil Lord Brevon, who plans to conquer the galaxy. While the game focuses on fast-paced platforming, its levels are interspersed with slower action scenes.

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    History


    Freedom Planet was made by American game designer and programmer Stephen DiDuro, who founded GalaxyTrail to create the project. The soundtrack was composed by DiDuro in collaboration with user Blue Warrior of VGMusic.com and user Woofle from Fur Affinity. Although it is an original intellectual property, Freedom Planet was first developed as a Sonic fangame. DiDuro then decided that the Sonic affiliation would hold back the game. He received permission from the Chinese artist Ziyo Ling--whom he had found on the art website DeviantArt--to use her characters Lilac, Carol, and Milla in his game.

    The gameplay shares similarities to Sonic, Ristar [3], Gunstar Heroes [4] and Rocket Knight [5]. Viewers of early footage from the developing product encouraged DiDuro to separate it further from Sonic, so he replaced rings with red leaves and altered the characters’ abilities. Ziyo had drawn Lilac as a hedgehog, but DiDuro redesigned the character to be a dragon.



    Reception


    Overall reception was positive [6]. Most critics compared it favorably to the original Sonic games of the Genesis era in terms of speed and gameplay, although they also pointed out the differences between them, with its metroidvania style levels and combat. The story gathered more of a mixed reception, some praising it for its cheesiness and outright dark moments in the story (for E10 game), while other condemned it for its pacing issues.



    Fandom


    Contrary to Shovel Knight [7], which is a spiritual successor of several NES games, Freedom Planet is a spiritual successor of Sega Genesis games; as such, it has gathered a following of oldschool gamers who grew up with the system. The most noticeable influence, besides Sonic, is anime.



    Related Memes

    The best modern Sonic game

    Due to its visuals, gameplay and original idea of the game, it is commonly known (either as a form of respect for the old games, or an insult to a few of the new ones [8][9]) as the best modern Sonic game, if not an actual sequel.



    Search interest





    External References


    [1]. Wikipedia Freedom Planet
    [2] Developer Page Galaxy trail
    [3] Wikipedia Ristar
    [4] Wikipedia Gunstar Heroes
    [5] Wikipedia Rocket Knight
    [6] Metacritic Reviews
    [7] Wikipedia Shovel Knight
    [8] Metacritic Sonic Boom Rise of Lyric
    [9] Metacritic Sonic Boom Shattered Crystal
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    About

    If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late Album Cover Parodies is a meme parodying the cover of Drake’s latest mixtape. The parodies are mainly spread around Tumblr .[1]

    Origin



    If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late is the fourth mixtape by Candian Rapper, Drake. Upon release, it received positive reviews from contemporary critics including Pitchfork[2], Rolling Stone[3], and The Telegraph[4]. It also did well commercially, debuting #1 on the Billboard 200.

    Notable Examples






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  • 03/14/15--03:25: /pol/
  • About

    Politically Incorrect, abbreviated as /pol/, is a board dedicated to current events and political discussion on the imageboard 4chan. It is one of the most popular boards on the internet dedicated to politics, and has gained a reputation as a hotbed for fringe beliefs.

    History

    The board was originally created in 2011 as a replacement for /new/, which was 4chan’s primary board for the distribution and discussion of news. The reasoning behind this decision was primarily based around moot’s belief that /new/ had strayed from its intended purpose and become a gathering place for racists.[1]

    Board Culture

    The reputation of the board across the internet in general is typically linked to endorsement of extremist politics, and the board is thus often cited as one of the defining aspects of 4chan’s reputation, alongside /b/.[2] Due to 4chan’s nature as an imageboard, /pol/ has spawned several image-based memes.

    Happy Merchant

    Happy Merchant refers to a cartoon caricature of a Jewish man that is popular as an exploitable and reaction image, particularly on /pol/, where it is frequently used to insulting imply the relevancy of Jews to a particular discussion, or to criticize or dismiss others as being scheming, untrustworthy, or greedy.



    Doom Paul

    Doom Paul refers to images of the American politician and physician Ron Paul photoshopped into alarming or even apocalyptic settings, usually with the accompanying phrase “It’s Happening”.



    Into The Trash It Goes

    Into The Trash It Goes, also known as Opinion Discarded, is a popular remark on /pol/ used to dismiss people who are perceived to have said or done something grievously damaging to their credibility. It is typically paired with images of Penn Jillette with a disdainful look on his face.



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  • 03/14/15--09:47: Pi Day
  • this entry is currently being researched; requests for editorship are always welcome!

    Overview

    Pi Day is an international holiday observed annually in celebration of the Pi (π), the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter and one of the most well-known mathematical constants typically approximated as 3.14159, which corresponds to the calendar date March 14th in its numeric format (3/14). Online, the Pi Day is widely celebrated through discussions, homophonic wordplays, such as throwing or eating baked pies, and other creative interpretations of the irrational number.

    Background

    The earliest known celebration of the Pi Day was organized on March 14th, 1988 by American physicist Larry Shaw, who was then working at the San Francisco Exploratorium, with staff scientists and visitors partaking in a symbolic march around one of its circular spaces and eating fruit pies afterwards. In addition, because the holiday coincides with the birthday of the famed theoretical physicist Albert Einstein, the day has grown into a general celebration of math and science.

    Notable Developments

    • On March 14th, 2010, Google celebrated the PI Day with a Google Doodle featuring the company’s name superimposed over images of circles and π symbols.
    • In 2012, the admissions office at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) began sending its response letters to the applicants on Pi Day at 6:28 p.m. (EST) in dual observance of the Pi (π) and Tau (τ), the latter of which represents the time constant (τ = 6.283185) in physics and engineering.

    Search Interest



    External References

    [1]Pi Day – PiDay.org


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  • 03/14/15--13:17: /r9k/
  • About

    Robot9000 also known as /r9k/, is a Board from the site 4chan that originally worked as a test board for a special script called Robot9000 created by the creator of the webcomic xkcd: Randall Munroe, that would prevent unoriginal content being repeated. Its users are normally referred to as “Robots”.

    The board centers heavily around greentext stories, mostly of social awkwardness and general failures and is infamously known for its radical hate of social standards and “fitting in”, desperation for women, as well as “autistic” behavior.

    History

    r9k was first created on 2008, it was introduced as a test board where to test the Robot9000 Script which would stop the creation of any new post or thread that would be similar to other posts made in the board, the purpose of the board was to see if a board could stay if memes and copypasta were heavily discouraged.

    In 17 January 2011, /r9k/ was then deleted as it no longed served its purpose[2], but it was later resurrected November 10th, 2011[3], along with the announce of the removal of the Robot9000 Script on July 30th, 2014.

    Board Culture

    The board is famous for its stories of social awkwardness and nostalgia over simpler times, as well as discussion of anormal social behaviour, it is heavily used by NEETs[4] (Not in Education, Employment, or Training) who regret their life decisions and hold anger and disdain over males with active social and sexual lifes. it also containts Constant discussions about relationships with females and family.

    Dispite all of this, the Board holds heavy pride in its own nature, with heavy hate over normies or “Normalfags” who do not understand their culture as well as constant calls for a “Beta Uprising”. this has spawned different memes.

    Spaghetti Stories

    Spaghetti Stories refers to a series of greentext copypastas that recall socially awkward moments, mostly with females, that always end up with the protagonists having spaghetti falling out of his pockets, r9k consists of a lot of these stories



    Normies

    Normies or Normalfags is a term used by Robots to refer to individuals who in their eyes are deemed as traditionalist or boring, normally the stereotype of a socially active and fitting person that easily blend with society, being the archetype of hipsters.



    Tendies Stories

    Tendies Stories are green text stories featuring a twenty-something man who lives at his mother’s home and constantly demands “tendies” (chicken tenders) in exchange for “good boy points” he has earned by doing chores and taking care of himself. The stories are often accompanied by images of Smug Pepe.


    Angry Pepe

    Angry Pepe is a reaction image commonly used on r9k that features a hostile-looking version of pepe the frog which is commonly accompanied by expressions of rage and frustation.

    its commonly used in r9k to express hate against Normies, and its accompanied by the expression “REEEEEEEE” to signify hostility.


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  • 03/14/15--17:52: Best Gore
  • About

    Best Gore[1] is a Edmonton, Alberta, Canada-based shock site that provides uncensored graphic photographs and videos related to news stories as well as opinion pieces.

    History

    On April 8, 2008 the domain BestGore.com was registered by Mark Marek. The first post came on April 30, 2008 and contained a video clip of American civil engineer Eugene Armstrong being beheaded by a group of Al-Qaida operatives led by Abu Musab al-Zarqawi. [3]

    1 Lunatic 1 Ice Pick

    On May 25, 2012, Luka Magnotta uploaded an 11-minute video to Best Gore entitled 1 Lunatic 1 Ice Pick that depicted Luka killing and dismembering Lin Jun, an international student form China.[4] Police initially reported that Marek refused to take down the video, but Marek later stated that he took it down himself of his own accord.[5] This incident led Best Gore to enter the public spotlight as well as Marek to stand trial.[6]

    Features

    Best Gore sections include “All the Gore” which contains an archive of it’s stories[7], an “About” section that includes a FAQ[8], and forums.[9]

    Traffic

    BestGore.com has an Alexa ranking of 10,260[10].

    Search Interest

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  • 03/14/15--18:40: /b/
  • About

    /b/ is an image board on 4chan. Being amongst the original boards created for the site, dedicated to be a random board for nearly any type of content, over time the board grew to become inarguably the most infamous 4chan board on both the site itself and outside of it. The board’s users are commonly referred to as /b/tards.

    History

    /b/[1] (Random) was the first board created for 4chan.[2] Being a board in which the focus lies with random content, the board quickly became a common source of spam, trolling, and shitposting. In combination with 4chan’s minimal board rules, pornography and gore threads could also be frequently found on the board.

    Board Culture & Reputation

    /b/ quickly managed to become the site’s most famous and infamous board. Due to its minimal rules, initally only placing bans on illegal content such as child pornography and requiring its users to be above 18, the board grew to become by far 4chan’s most popular board with over 30% of the site’s traffic in early 2009[3] out of the 44 image boards at the time. The content found on the board due to its minimal rules resulted often included gore and shock media, gaining the board a reputation of being a place to avoid for outsiders to whom the board is incomprehensible.



    Do Not Talk About /b/

    The Rules of the Internet is a list of protocols and conventions to serve as a summation of popular catchphrases and axioms commonly associated with 4chan. Since there are numerous drafts and editions in circulation, the rules fluctuate in number and the validity of each rule remains debatable. Despite this, several of the rules are agreed upon across internet communities. These include rule 1 & 2, which both read “Do not talk about /b/.”


    Rule 1. Do not talk about /b/.
    Rule 2. Do NOT talk about /b/.

    GET& Dubs

    GET refers to a randomly generated event on 4chan that is noted when a post’s unique ID number consists of rare integer sequences, most notably similar ending numbers. Attempting to get a GET became especially popular on /b/, to the point where users would make a post ending in two similar digits (dubs) or more decide forum game outcomes and even meme status. In early February 2010, the site’s admin, moot, made dubs temporary unavailable due to the spam they caused (shown below).[4] Over time the option has been reenabled and disabled multiple times.



    Milhouse Is Not A Meme

    “Milhouse Is Not A Meme” is a paradoxical statement and a well-known debate on the imageboard site 4chan about what makes an internet meme and what doesn’t, using The Simpsons character Milhouse Van Houten as an example. The origin of this phrase dates back to /b/, where user attempts to make Milhouse a meme ricocheted and turned the phrase denying Milhouse’s meme status into a meme.



    Queen of /b/

    Queen of /b/ is a nickname given by /b/ users to Catie Wayne, who is better known by her online pseudonym Boxxy. First appearing on video in 2009, Boxxy received mixed feedback on /b/, becoming a popular form of trolling and the center of multiple shitstorms on the board.



    Pool’s Closed

    Pool’s Closed is a catchphrase associated with a series of raids carried out by /b/ on the online social networking site Habbo Hotel in 2006, where members of the group formed human blockades to obstruct the entry points of popular hangouts with their dark-skinned avatars dressed in afros and business suits.



    Search Interest


    External References

    [1]4chan – /b/

    [2]Wikipedia – /b/ imageboard

    [3]Fimoculous – An Interview With The Founder of 4chan

    [4]Encyclopedia Dramatica – Doubles


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  • 03/14/15--19:15: Bonnie
  • Bonnie, also known as Bonnie the Bunny is an animatronic mascot[1] character that is one of the four main antagonists in the point-and-click horror game Five Nights At Freddy’s


    Origin


    Five Nights at Freddy’s was released on August 8th, 2014[2] featuring the enemy character Bonnie. During the game, Bonnie would usually be the first to begin moving around and to confront the player, gathering notoriety among fans.

    Spread


    Many prominent youtubers including Pewdewpie[3] , Markiplier[4] and others have released gameplay videos featuring Bonnie.

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  • 03/14/15--19:58: Chica
  • Entry is a work in progress so apply for editorship if you want to help.


    About

    Chica is an animatronic character from the point-and-click horror game Five Nights at Freddy’s that resembles an anthromorphic chicken.

    History

    The game Five Nights at Freddy’s was released on August 8th, 2014 on Steam. In the game, Chica is usually the second animatronic to try to go after the player.

    Spread

    Researching

    Search Interest

    References

    [1]Wikia – Chica


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  • 03/14/15--20:18: Sheeple
  • About

    Sheeple is a term commonly associated with conspiracy theorists referring to those “unenlightened” toward whatever conspiracy the theorist is discussing. The phrase has been widely mocked on the Internet.

    Origin

    The term “sheeple” was first reported to be used in the 1950s; popular use of the word, however, did not appear until the 1980s.[2][3]

    Spread

    The phrase was used in a strip of the webcomic xkcd in 2012, which sparked some popularity of the phrase.[1]

    Example Images


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  • 03/14/15--21:41: Last.fm
  • About

    Last.fm is a music website that is known for it’s features, including Groups, and The Audioscrobbler.

    Origin

    The original Last.fm was created by Felix Miller, Martin Stiksel, Michael Breidenbruecker and Thomas Willomitzer as an internet radio station and a music community. It received fair acclaim and was nominated for the Europrix Student Awards in 2002.[1] The group started to work with Richard Jones, creator of the Audioscrobbler, and had it fully implemented in the site by 2003. On August 9th 2005, the two officially merged.

    During April of 2007, it was rumored that negotiations with CBS were made to purchase the site for $449 million dollars.[2] On May 30th, 2007, it was announced that the site was purchased for $140 million, and that the management team would stay intact.[3]

    Features

    Groups



    A Group is a feature where users can join a group along with other fellow users. Currently, the largest group is “I Still Buy CDs” with over 76,000 members.[4]

    The Audioscrobbler

    The Audioscrobbler is a feature that records the music a user listens to and with that information, gives recommendations on artists, songs, and users with similar tastes. It was originally created by Richard Jones while attended the University of Southampton School of Electronics and Computer Science in the UK.[5]

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  • 03/15/15--02:46: /a/
  • WIP



    About

    /a/ is a 4chan board dedicated to anime and manga discussion, being one of the original boards on the site. Since it’s creation, it has grown to become one of the biggest anime and manga discussion boards on the internet, gaining also the reputation of basically being a moe discussion board. Users of the board are commonly referred to as /a/nons.

    History

    /a/[1] (Anime & Manga) was one of the first created boards on 4chan, along with /b/. Since its creation, the board grew to become one of the most frequently used and notable boards on the sites. Over time the board’s popularity grew significantly enough that it was split up into 3 more boards: /c/[2] (Anime/Cute), /e/[3] (Ecchi) and /u/[4] (Yuri) .

    Board Culture

    Waifu

    Waifuis an Engrish term primarily used by Asian men to refer to one’s own wife. While the colloquial use of the word in East Asan cultures predates its online popularity, the term has been since adopted by Otaku circles and anime fans to refer to one’s favorite female manga or anime character. On /a/ is a common topic.

    WataMote / It’s Not My Fault That I’m Not Popular

    It’s Not My Fault That I’m Not Popular (Japanese: 私がモテないのはどう考えてもお前らが悪い!, Watashi ga Mote Nai no wa Dou Kangaetemo Omaera ga Warui!) is a manga series by Niko Tanigawa and published online at Square Enix’s website. The series became popular on /a/ because of the “similarities” between the main character of the series and it’s users.



    /a/ Sings

    /a/ Sings is a series of singing threads where /a/ users sing opening and ending songs from animes. These are often seen as cringeworthy by other /a/ users or users from others boards.



    Search Interest

    External Links

    [1]4chan – /a

    [2]4chan – /c/

    [3]4chan – /e/

    [4]4chan – /u/


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    WORK IN PROGRESS. FEELFREE TO REQUESTEDITORSHIP

    About

    Photo of Smug Dog Wearing Balaclava Wielding Toy Water Pistol Every Day is an exploitable image of a dog with a smug smile wearing a balaclava while holding an orange water pistol


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    About

    University of Oklahoma Sigma Epsilon racism incident is a controversial event that happened at the Sigma Alpha Epsilon(SAE) at the University of Oklahoma on March 7th 2015 which a video was leaked of the members of the SAE saying offensive racial content including constantly saying the ‘n’ word.

    Background

    The video originally leaked on Oklahoma Daily from an anonymous email sent to them on March 8th, 2015, showing the SAE members singing the refrain “There would never be a n***** at SAE” to the tune of “If you are happy and you know it” with alludes on lynching.

    Notable Developements

    The video gain over 7,000 views and 1,000 comments gaining massive negative feedback from the behavior of the students.
    [Research still in process]


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  • 03/15/15--13:37: /fit/
  • About

    /fit/ is a 4chan board dedicated to discussions about exercise, nutrition and general health.

    History

    [Researching]

    Related Memes

    /fit/ Comics

    Pls Be in London

    Pick Up Lines

    Zyzz

    External References


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