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    About

    Uncomfortable Steven face is a popular meme surrounding the Steven universe community, in which Steven is shown deformed. Which may be a possible animation mistake.

    Origin

    The face comes from the 4th episode of Steven Universe where Garnet comes in and Steven asks if she would like to have some of his together breakfast, but she declines because she has to go into the Temple to burn something. She shows him a dark and creepy poster with strange patterns and voices emanating from it. Steven thinks it is cool and takes a picture of it, but Garnet quickly snatches his phone and says she also has to burn that too and leaves.



    Spread

    The spread came from the Steven Universe fan Tumblr written on November 19th 2013 which was posted 2 weeks after the shows premiere.It was made by user named Flopiccolo which quotes “Can we take a second to appreciate Steven’s face in Together Breakfast” the post has received more than 50 likes as of April 2015 the post also features the following faces
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    The name Uncomfortable Steven comes from a Tumblr user called uncomfortable-steven-u who just so happens to feature the face as a profile picture. The users catchphrase is
    “Guaranteed to make you at least a little bit uncomfortable, or your money back.”the user calls his homepage Rose’s room after Rose Quartz which is Stevens mother, and he also does Photoshop.

    Various examples

    Search interest

    External Refrences

    [1]- Tumblr – Fyahstevenuniverse

    [2]- Tumblr – Uncomfortable-Steven-u

    [3]- Tumblr – Flopiccolo

    [4]- YouTube – A balanced snack

    [5]- YouTube – Steven Crewniverse

    [6]- Wikia – Steven Universe Wiki

    [7]- Wikia – Steven universe Wiki -Together breakfast


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  • 04/22/15--17:50: #Milifandom
  • The Milifandom is a recently created fandom following British politician and labour party leader Ed miliband. It’s grown in popularity especially among adolescent females who are photoshopping images of him onto sexy film characters. The trend was started by twitter user @twcuddleston
    The trend was picked up by british media on the 22nd april 2015, there is also a copycat movement of cameronettes who support PM david cameron


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  • 04/22/15--19:09: Goodnight 4chan Threads
  • About

    Goodnight 4chan Threads are threads on the imageboard 4chan where the original post simply says “goodnight”, followed by the name of whatever board the thread was posted on. These threads are often accompanied by several recurring kinds of images.

    Origin

    Goodnight threads have been posted to 4chan for a very long time, reaching back to at least 2008.[1] Over time, the images accompanying these threads have picked up two trends: one based on a drawing of a man made in MS Paint sleeping in a bed, and the other one based on an image of the character Mona sleeping on a futon. The Mona variant is the older variant, dating back to 2009 and originating on /a/ (Anime & Manga).[3] The MS Paint variant dates back to 2011.[4]



    Spread

    The MS Paint variant image has been posted over 900 times on 4chan. The Mona variant image has been posted nearly 500 times. A screencap of a thread featuring the MS Paint drawing was posted onto the subreddit /r/4chan in 2015, where it gained over 2000 upvotes.[2]



    Example Images



    Search Interest

    unavailable

    External References

    [1]Archive.moe – Search: goodnight /a/

    [2]Reddit – Anon wishes /b/ a good night

    [3]Archive.moe – More searching

    [4]Archie.moe – Even more searching


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  • 04/22/15--15:57: Riyadh Life
  • About

    Riyadh Life is a hashtag associated with various videos and photographs highlighting casual aspects of everyday life in the capital city of Saudi Arabia that are lesser known in the Western world.

    Origin

    On April 17th, 2015, a custom multimedia feed titled “Riyadh Life” emerged on Snapchat’s “Our Story” section, which curated a variety of short video clips and photographs highlighting rare glimpses of vibrant and modern life in Saudi Arabia. While the original image and video submissions featured on Snapchat subsequently faded into ephemera (as intended by the design of the app), many notable examples were soon reposted on other social media sharing sites, most notably on Twitter and YouTube. On April 19th, YouTuber English with Dan uploaded a compilation video titled “Snapchat Story | Riyadh life” (shown below).



    Spread

    That same day, a collection of notable examples from Snapchat’s “Riyadh Life” feed were reported on by social media strategist and blogger Jesse Wojdylo, along with several screenshots of videos that had been since rendered inaccessible, as well as on the English-language Saudi Arabian travel guide site Destination Riyadh. On April 20th, The Washington Post[2] became the first major English-language news publication to cover the trending hashtag on Twitter, which described the phenomenon as a social media initiative to counter various negative preconceptions about the oil-rich kingdom in the Western hemisphere. On the following day, #RiyadhLife was also picked up by Saudi Arabia’s English-language news site Arab News[3] and the UK news publication The Independent.[4] According to Topsy[9], #RiyadhLife has been mentioned over 130,000 times on Twitter[10] within the first week of its appearance on Snapchat.

    Notable Examples




    External References


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  • 04/23/15--02:16: Supermarioglitchy4
  • WIP. Feel free to request editorship


    About

    Supermarioglitchy4 is an user from YouTube that he created of Super Mario 64 Machinimist of super mario 64 bloopers, Retarded64 and SM64: ṩṩἔᾗмὄḋᾗᾄʀ series[1].

    History

    [researching]

    Spread

    [researching]

    Various Examples

    [researching]

    Fan art



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  • 04/23/15--11:12: Sneople
  • About

    Sneople, a portmanteau of the words “snake” and “people”, refers to a race of reptilian humanoids mentioned in an episode of the animated television series Steven Universe. In April 2015, the term was popularized on Tumblr along with other portmanteaus, including “snurch” (snake + church), sneeple (snail + people) and sneme (snail + meme).

    Origin

    On October 30th, 2014, Episode 31 Season 1 “Keep Beach City Weird” of Steven Universe was broadcast on the Cartoon Network, in which the character Ronaldo tells the protagonist Steven about his theories regarding snake people (“sneople”) who plan to take over the world (shown below).



    Spread

    On March 14th, 2015, Tumblr[3] user rhubabe submitted the post “take me to snurch (snail church)” in reference to the song 2013 indie rock song “Take Me to Church,” which gained over 60,300 notes in the following six weeks (shown below).



    On April 20th, Tumblr user uwufucker submitted the post “hi welcome to snili’s (snail chili’s)” in reference to the “welcome to Chili’s” remix videos. On April 22nd, Tumblr[2] user featherofficial submitted a post explaining the differences between the “snake/snail memes,” garnering upwards of 93,200 notes in the first 24 hours (shown below).



    That day, Tumblr user queensnufkin posted a webcomic of Ronaldo from Steven Universe held captive in a snake church (shown below). Also on April 22nd, the Meme Documentation Tumblr[5] published a post titled “Explained: sneme,” which described the origins of the “sneople” and “sneeple” portmanteaus.



    Search Interest

    Not available.

    External References

    [1]Steven Universe Wiki – Keep Beach City Weird

    [2]Tumblr – featherofficial

    [3]Tumblr – rhubabe

    [4]Tumblr – snurch

    [5]Tumblr – Explained – sneme


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  • 04/23/15--13:30: Asking Strangers for Sex
  • About

    Asking Strangers for Sex is series of prank videos in which people approach random pedestrians in public to proposition them for sex.

    Origin

    In the skater prank video CKY2K by Bam Margera and Brandon DiCamillo, originally released on May 22nd, 2000, a woman asks strangers on the street if they would like to “go behind a building a fuck” (shown below).



    Spread

    On July 16th, 2008, YouTuber HOYpinoyNINJA uploaded a video titled “What happens if you ask a random person to do you?”, in which he asks random men and women if they will sleep with him (shown below, left). On September 20th, 2010, YouTuber OGFurious uploaded a satirical pickup artist instructional video, in which a man tells a woman he is “I’m going to fuck your butt cheeks” (shown below, right).



    On June 3rd, 2013, the SuperWingmen YouTube channel uploaded a video titled “Asking Strangers to Have Sex,” featuring a man propositioning strangers in public (shown below). Over the next two years, the video gathered more than 10 million views and 3,500 comments.



    On July 29th, the Whatever YouTube channel uploaded a video titled “Asking Guys For Sex (Social Experiment),” in which YouTuber Andrea Wendel asks random men if they will have sex with her (shown below, left). Within two years, the video gained over 25 million views and 23,000 comments. That day, Redditor Superlative_ submitted the video to the /r/videos[1] subreddit, where it gathered upwards of 1,900 votes (77% upvoted) and 3,600 comments prior to being archived. Also on July 29th, the Whatever channel posted another prank video in which a man asks 100 women for sex (shown below, right). Over two years, the video reached upwards of 16 million views and 24,000 comments.



    On August 1st, 2014, the Whatever channel uploaded a follow-up video titled “Asking 200 Girls For Sex,” in which a man asks 200 random women if they will sleep with him (shown below, left). On December 1st, the SoFloComedy YouTube channel uploaded a prank video in which a man asks strangers on a beach if they want a “Sex on the Beach” cocktail (shown below, right).



    On March 4th, 2015, YouTuber YesCreedYes uploaded a prank video of a woman asking strangers in public if she can perform fellatio on them (shown below, left). On April 20th, the Whatever channel posted another follow-up video in which Wendel approaches 100 single men and propositions them for sex, gaining over 1.5 million views and 4,600 comments in the first 72 hours (shown below, right).



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    Overview

    The Steam Workshop Paid Modding is an event announced by Steam which suggests to implement a way to support the people who mods games by paying a price for it’s use.[1]

    Background

    On April 23, 2015, Steam announced[2] that their Steam Workshop modding service will allow modders to put a price (either a fixed price or a “pay-what-you-want”) on the mods that they have made, with The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim being the first game to feature paid mods in the Steam Workshop. The initial reaction of this announcement was negative due to the fact that many PC gamers do not want to pay for something that is usually for free, and that has been a staple of PC gaming since the 90s (as well as a part of Valve and Bethesda’s history). Due to the negative reaction of this, anti-paid mods steam groups such as MODGATE2015[3], Say NO! to paid mods[4], and Boycott Buying Workshop Mods[5] were formed in protest of this.

    Spread

    A wide portion of the Steam userbase has reacted already to the recent announcement in which it started to lead on creating groups against the idea, making petitions to remove the paid content option and spamming on the Announcement’s comments, and profiles of modders that already have entries for the game Skyrim. (Similar to the Diretide Incident in 2013)


    Aside of the whole idea, many are upset aswell from the fact that Valve is gonna take 75% of the profit the mods will make from users, leaving the users with only a 25%, knowing how they did all the job on coding the stuff they create while Steam gains more for simply hosting them.

    On the same day, TotalBiscuit uploaded a video about his thoughts on the new idea.

    Gopher’s video concerning paid mods:

    External References

    [1]Steam – Introducing New Ways to Support Workshop Creators

    [2]Steam – Official Announcement

    [3]Steam – MODGATE2015 steam group

    [4]Steam – Say NO! to paid mods steam group

    [5]Steam – Boycott Buying Workshop Mods steam group


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  • 04/23/15--19:24: PAYDAY: The Heist
  • This entry is a WIP, feel free to help out by requesting editorship

    About

    Payday: The Heist is a cooperative, first person shooter (FPS) released in 2011. The gameplay features numerous guns to be used to complete objectives such as robbing a bank or stealing an object. It has since spawned a sequel, Payday 2, released in 2013.

    History

    The original game was first released on October 18, 2011, for the PC. A Playstation 3 (PS3) version was released a month later, on November 2, 2011. The featured four robbers (Dallas, Hoxton, Chains, and Wolf) who perform numerous heist throughout the game. In August 13, the sequel Payday 2 was released, on both the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3



    Related Memes

    Look at This! I’m Rich!

    Look at This! I’m Rich! is a memorable quote said by the character Hoxton in the trailer for the “Hoxton Breakout” DLC of the second game (Shown below,\)


    It has since spawned numerous edits of the scene from which the quote originated from, such as below




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  • 04/23/15--20:18: My Pussy Pops Severely
  • About

    My Pussy Pops Severely is a memorable quote originating in a Vine video created by Vuser dUhGreatOne. The quote has since been remixed numerous times.

    Origin

    The original video from which the quote is taken from was posted to Vine on April 21, 2014.[1] The full line is as follows:

    “Bitch (laughs), why you mad? Cuz my pussy pops severely, and yours don’t, huh?”

    Within a year of its posting, the video gained over 15 million loops, over 293 thousand likes, and over 208 thousand revines.



    Spread

    On September 24, Soundcloud user Jay Morrg uploaded a remix of the quote to the website, which garnered over 77,000 views.[2] On November 12, Vine user MRose uploaded a sung version of the phrase, which gained over 100,000 loops and over 2,000 likes.[3] The phrase also became a common source material for humorous remixes lipdubs. The hashtag #mypussypopsseverely returns over 400 posts on Vine.[4]




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  • 04/24/15--08:04: Pocket Sand
  • About

    Pocket Sand is when sand or other granular objects are kept in the pockets for use in self-defense. If a person using pocket sand is in a confrontation, they can draw the sand from their pockets and use it to temporarily blind or distract their opponent. There is an online community of people interested in uses and deployments of Pocket Sand.

    Origin

    Pocket Sand was the invention of Dale Gribble, an amateur survivalist character on the popular television show King of the Hill. In the 2001 episode titled “Soldier of Misfortune,” (Season 6, Episode 106) Dale is fighting with a man and yells “Pocket Sand!” before taking sand from his pockets, throwing it in the man’s eyes, and running out of the room.[1]


    Spread

    In 2004, the term was defined on urbandictionary.com.[3]

    In 2005, the web site pocketsand.com[2] was registered as a place “for those who are dedicated to pocket sand.” The site featured only a GIF of the King of the Hill scene and a link to potential merchandise about pocket sand.

    On Dec 1, 2008, user jamminjelly117 uploaded a Youtube Poop video remixing Pocket Sand with myriad cultural references. As of April 2015, the video has over 7,000 views.



    In 2010, several more remixes were uploaded, including “I Ran Out of Pocket Sand For 10 Minutes” by user BestofNerf, which acquired 12,000 views as of April 2015, and “Pocket Sand – Insane Edition” by user ILiekT0ast, which garnered 36,000 views by April 2015.



    On August 2nd, 2012, redditor tofumac created the subreddit /r/pocketsand[4], devoted to all things Pocket Sand related. The community of over 22,000 subscribers find and investigate uses of pocket sand in the world at large, as well as creating new remixed content of the original clip and other user created content. “Glamour pocket sand materials” such as glitter, dust, and flour are discouraged.

    Notable Examples



    Search Interest



    External References

    [1]King of the Hill Wiki – Episode: Soldier of Misfortune

    [2]Pocketsand.com

    [3]Urban Dictionary – Pocket Sand

    [4]Reddit – /r/pocketsand


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  • 04/24/15--11:40: Amy Schumer
  • About

    Amy Schumer is an American stand-up comedian known for appearing in the reality television show Last Comic Standing and for starring in the Comedy Central sketch comedy television show Inside Amy Schumer.

    Career

    On April 10th, 1992, the American musical drama film Newsies was released, in which Schumer appears as an extra dressed as a boy. On June 1st, 2004, Schumer performed stand-up comedy for the first time at the Gotham Comedy Club in New York City. On June 29th, 2007, Schumer appeared in an episode of the Comedy Central stand-up comedy television show Live at Gotham. That same month, Schumer was a contestant on the NBC stand-up comedy reality television series Last Comic Standing. On April 25th, 2011, Schumer released her debut stand-up comedy album Cutting. On April 18th, 2012, Schumer’s comedy special Mostly Sex Stuff was aired on Comedy Central (shown below).



    On April 30th, 2013, Schumer’s sketch comedy show Inside Amy Schumer premiered on Comedy Central (shown below, left). In May 2014, Schumer began filming a comedy film with costar Bill Hader titled Trainwreck, set for release in July 2015 (shown below, right).



    Online History

    On September 19th, 2011, Schumer delivered a joke about deceased stunt performer Ryan Dunn during the Comedy Central Roast of actor Charlie Sheen, which received a significant backlash online from Dunn’s fans (shown below).[5]



    On July 1st, 2013, Schumer participated in an “ask me anything” (AMA) on the /r/IAmA[4] subreddit, which gained over 2,500 votes (79% upvoted) and 2,000 comments prior to being archived. On the following day, BuzzFeed[3] published a listicle featuring “10 Incredibly True Facts” about Amy Schumer. On May 5th, 2014, Thought Catalog[6] published an article titled “Wait A Second, Did Amy Schumer Rape a Guy?,” which discussed a monologue in which Schumer confessed to having sex with a drunk man at college who repeatedly fell asleep mid-coitus. On November 13th, Schumer appeared on comedian Jerry Seinfeld’s web series “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee” (shown below).[1]



    During Time Magazine’s Time 100 gala event on April 21st, 2015, Schumer was photographed falling in front of Kanye West and Kim Kardashian while walking down the red carpet (shown below). On April 24th, BuzzFeed[2] published another listicle titled “19 Times Amy Schumer Perfectly Summed Up Being A Woman,” featuring image macros and animated GIFs of the comedian.



    Social Media Presence

    As of April 2015, Schumer has more than 1.08 million Twitter[7] followers, 507,000 Facebook[8] likes and 333,000 Instagram[9] followers.

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  • 04/24/15--13:25: Stock Photos

  • [Work in Progress, feel free to request editorship]

    About

    Stock Photos are free license photos used to describe certain situations, and typically involve people whose models usually portray demographics or stereotypes. Stock Photos are known for their crude illustrations of otherwise normal situations involving odd gestures or facial expressions, cliches and sometimes unusual situations.

    History

    Stock photography dates back to the mid-1880s with the invention of the half-tone printing press used then by newspapers to reproduce photographs, however in 1920 a company called RobertStock was founded, which was the first major stock photography company. The popularity of stock photography grew in the 1980s when stock photographs were first made specially for publication in the stock photobooks such as “Sell & Resell Your Photos”, eventually leading to stock photographs being sold through the internet, starting with iStock in 2000. Notable Stock Photography websites include Getty Images, Shutterstock and iStock.

    Online Presence

    Stock photos are often mocked online for their surreal or unrealistic portrayals of everyday life. Stock Photos are commonly captioned, edited or used as reaction images on sites like 4chan, Reddit or Tumblr.
    On January 31st 2012, the r/stockphotos subreddit was created, but was replaced by r/wtfstockphotos a day later. Both subreddits were made to share stock photos that users found funny, awkward or bizarre. As of April 2015, the subreddit has over 19,000 readers. On October 31st 2013, the r/youdontsurf was created, where users took stock photos and captioned them. As of April 2015, the subreddit has over 165,000 readers.
    There are also some “single topic blogs”: on Tumblr about stock photos, such as Awkward Stock Photos, WTF Stock Photos or Overly Specific Stock Photos. To see more posts on Tumblr tagged with “#stockphotos”, click here.

    Related Memes

    (WIP)

    Captioned Stock Photos

    Captioned Stock Photos are a series of stock photos with captions depicting vulgar dialogue between the models in the photograph, often using the Comic Sans font. These types of images are often shared on the r/youdontsurf subreddit and Tumblr.

    Notable Examples




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  • 04/24/15--14:01: Giorgio Chiellini's Handball
  • About

    Giorgio Chiellini’s Handball is a photoshop meme based on a photograph of the Italian professional football player for Juventus F.C. committing a handball foul during the 2014-2015 UEFA Champions League quarterfinal match against A.S. Monaco in late April 2015.

    Origin

    On April 21st, 2015, the second-leg of the 2015 UEFA Champions League quarterfinal match between Italian football club Juventus and French-Monacan football club A.S. Monaco went underway at Stade Louis II in Monaco, with Juventus holding a 1-0 lead from the first-leg of the quarterfinal held in the previous week. Less than a minute into the game, Juventus defender was booked for a yellow card for committing an intentional handball after losing possession of the ball (shown below). Despite Monaco’s hard-pressing offensives, the match ended in a scoreless tie, resulting in Juventus’ advancement to the semifinals.



    Spread

    [researching now] According to Topsy, Chiellini was mentioned more than 21,000 times on Twitter.

    Notable Examples




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  • 04/24/15--17:29: Catalina Boy Band
  • Catalina Boy Band is a 2002 homoerotic porn film, know throughout the Internet for it’s exemplary storyline and acting, giving us such classic lines as "Oh shit, I’m sorry.


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    Editor’s Note: A Work in Progress.

    About

    Let The Hate Flow Through You is a memorable quote uttered by The Emperor from the 1983 science fiction movie Star Wars Episode VI: Return of The Jedi. The quote is often use in response or as a reaction image against negative or angry posts on online discussions or for other various activities.

    Origin

    In the movie, main antagonist Darth Sidious (also known as The Emperor) attempts to bring main protagonist Luke Skywalker into the dark side as he combats against Darth Vader. The Emperor attempts to persuade Luke by telling him to “let his hate flow through him.”


    Spread

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    Template

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  • 04/24/15--20:58: Gaben's Deuce
  • Gaben’s Deuce was one of the first mod parodies created to protest the Steam pay-for-mods cash grab (along with Extra Apple, Literally Nothing, Rubbish, Exploitation, Kill Jerlov, and Bane of Gaben). The protest was first ignited on April 23rd, 2015 when VALVe announced that it would begin allowing modders to charge for their mods on Steam on the premise that Steam and Bethesda were trying to help workshop creators. This prompted outrage from the modding community when it was revealed that VALVe and Bethesda would be taking a 75% cut on all revenue generated through the modders content (VALVe claimed 10% and Bethesda claimed 65%). Furthermore, modders were also displeased by VALVe’s lack of quality control. These issues provoked several members of the modding community to create parody mods showcasing their opinion that this was an absurd move by VALVe and Bethesda. One of these mods, Gaben’s Deuce, produced wide appeal as a representative of the modding communities disgust in Valve and Bethesda. It featured a renamed ore piece from the PC game Skyrim that closely resembled a piece of fecal matter whose weight was increased to 500, reflecting that fact that Gaben’s Deuce was, “one heavy load” on the community. It has since then become a meme icon reflecting the exploitation of the gaming community by large corporations.


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  • 04/25/15--06:35: Miguel's Guitar

  • About

    Miguel’s Guitar (alternatively known as ’Miguel’s Banjo’ or ’Miguel’s Ukelele’) refers to the popular gif of Miguel, one of the protagonists in the animated DreamWorks film The Road to El Dorado, playing his guitar (more accurately, his lute,) fervently in one of the first scenes of the movie. The gif has been parodied and deviated upon multiple times, often with other fictional characters furiously strumming their own stringed instruments with a hunched pose and/or a serious facial expression.

    Origin

    The specific scene in the 2000 movie The Road to El Dorado where Miguel performs his iconic strumming happens when the duo, Tulio and Miguel, attempt to gamble for the legendary map that leads to El Dorado, the city of gold. Miguel plays the lute to add dramatic, if not untimely, flair. The gambling eventually turns sour and chaos ensues.


    Spread

    Miguel’s strumming has seen massive spread online, appearing in multiple gif sites like WeKnowGifs.com[2] and GifSoup[3] uploaded by different users before appearing in much larger social websites such as Reddit[4] and Tumblr. Albeit less than 500 results are received when the phrase ’Miguel’s Guitar’ is searched on Deviantart, the results yield a considerable amount of deviations based on the gif, or simply Miguel with his guitar[1].

    Various Examples


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  • 04/25/15--09:32: It Says You're Gay
  • About

    “It Says You Are Gay” is a catchphrase associated with a painting of an old man pointing a book while talking to a kid. The picture, often used to describe dislike of someone’s opinion, has become an exploitable and inspired a series of image macros.

    Origin

    The original image was created by the surrealist painter Viktor Safonkin on 2004, on a painting called Dogma, despicting an old man talking to a kid while pointing a book.[1] On July 29th, 2010, a captioned version of the painting was uploaded to the Finnish website Naurunappula.[3] The image recieved over 31,000 views in less than five years.



    Spread

    On February 16th, 2012, user Kodaka uploaded to the meme sharing website MemeCenter the captioned picture, gaining over 250 likes in three years.[2] On November 14th, 2013, a comment on the media sharing page FunnyJunk featured an image despicting an edited version of the painting with the caption “It Says You’re Heretic”, as a reference to heresy from Warhammer 40,000.[4]



    Notable Examples

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    Search Interest

    Not available

    External References


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  • 04/25/15--15:29: Fairy Tail
  • About

    Fairy Tail is a manga series written and illustrated by Hiro Mashima, for the weekly shonen magazine. It takes place in the kingdom of Fiore, a magical world where magic flourishes,and mages are a common sight,.The plot revolves around Natsu Dragneel, a “Dragonslayer”, accompanied by his loyal companion “Happy”, a blue cat with the ability to fly. Natsu is on the search for his father Igneel(who ironically is a dragon himself). Natsu then bumps into an 18 year old girl named Lucy, whose dream is to be a mage of the famous mage clan “Fairy Tail”. Natsu being a member of the clan himself helps Lucy to fulfill her dreams, where afterwards we are introduced to more whacky characters with their own unique traits,and attributes.

    History

    Fairy Tail’s first volume was released on December 15th, 2006, and the anime adaptation for this series began broadcasting during 2009. Fairy Tail’s timeline is interlinked with another one of Hiro’s manga series known as Rave Master[1] but Fairy Tail had more appeal over Rave Master (probably because of it’s ecchi nature).

    Reception

    Fairy Tail had won over the hearts of many mangamaniacs, and it’s fifth volume had taken the seventh spot on a list of top ten manga, and by 2011, Fairy Tail had become the fourth best selling manga in Japan. It’s anime adaptation had also done extremely well, because the anime not only won “Best Anime Award” in 2010, but it also survived cancellation. The anime was originally intended to stop after the “Phantom Lord” arc, which is why Gildarts, the clan’s strongest mage was not mentioned until after the arc. Fans loved the anime so much that the animators decided to continue the show.

    Fandom

    [WIP]

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Wikipedia – Rave Master


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