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  • 06/27/15--21:20: Nazi Furries
  • About

    Nazi Furries (also known as “Nazi Furs”) refers to both members of the furry fandom whom either idolize the Nazi party, as well as art which depicts anthropomorphic animals as members of the Nazi state.


    On March 22, 2005 the LiveJournal group nazi_furs (officially: “Specilized German WW2 Uniform Fetish” Furs) was created.[1] The group’s given history states:

    The legacy of the Nazi Furs can be traced back to Allied-occupied, post WW2 Germany. With the fall of the Nazis and the end of the Lollercaust, Adolf Hitler initiated one last tactic to preserve The Third Reich before quitting IRL forever!!! The SS-Werewolves, a loose band of furries and otherkin, dressed as normal, Wienerwurst-sucking Krauts in the daytime yet at night donned their fursuits and ravaged the villages in Guerrilla style yiffing. The insurgency campaign struck the Allied troops hard but was unsuccessful in the end when the demoralized SS-Werewolves disbanded after a US bombing of a furry porn server. Even so, Hitler went to the grave knowing The SS-Werewolves would rise again to further his vision.Sixty years later, the SS-Werewolves began regrouping under the title “Nazi Furs,” a minor niche amongst the larger furry fandom. Despite the fandom’s taboo on social acceptance no matter how strange or tactless the fetish, the Nazi Furs have endured conflicts with rainbow-shitting, transvestite wannabes who perceive the group as a threat to their furry faggotry.
    It should be noted that this description is the same that is given on the “Nazi Furs” Encyclopedia Dramatica page.[2]

    Online Relevance

    On the Furry wikia, Wikifur, a page for the Nazi Furs group was created on January 22, 2008.[3][4] On Reddit there are several posts about Nazi Furries on the WTF and CringeAnarchy subreddits.[5][6] On June 25, 2010 YouTuber RNCoyote uploaded a clip of a woman arguing with a group of Nazi Furries (shown below, left). On June 6, 2012 YouTuber TheTehruler3 uploaded a compilation of various Nazi Furry artwork (shown below, right).


    Furzi[7] was a Nazi Furry group with in the online virtual world Second Life. The group came to mainstream attention when the group came into a confrontation with Jewish Second Life players which resulted in the deletion of the group, all members’ inventories, the perma-ban of the group’s leader, and the arrest of another member.[8][9]

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]LiveJournal – nazi_furs

    [2]Encyclopedia Dramatica – Nazi Furs

    [3]Wikifur – Nazi Furs

    [4]Wikifur – Nazi Furs

    [5]Reddit – [NSFW] Nazi Furry

    [6]Reddit – Nazi/Furry Convention

    [7]Wikifur – Furzi

    [8]Jewish Defense League of Secondlife – Victory over the Nazi Furs

    [9]VnnForum – Goofy story – Nazis and Jews clash in Second Life virtual world

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  • 06/28/15--07:01: Johnny Johnny Yes Papa

  • About

    “Johnny Johnny Yes Papa” is a nursery rhyme about a young boy named Johnny who eats sugar without his father’s permission. Lacking in lyrics, story, and message, the song found itself the subject of online mockery and parody.


    Though its exact origins are unknown, “Johnny Johnny Yes Papa” was first uploaded to youtube on July 9th, 2009 by Shemrock, a Playschool Chain located in India.[1] Notable for its poor quality, the video garnered over 2.9 million views in the following six years.

    Sung to the tune of “Twinkle Twinkle, Little Star”, the lyrics are as follows:

    Johnny! Johnny!
    Yes, Papa?
    Eating sugar?
    No Papa,
    Telling a lie?
    No Papa,
    Open your mouth,
    Ha! Ha! Ha!


    Four years later on August 2nd, 2013, the song experienced new found popularity when ChuChuTV, a children’s entertainment group, uploaded their own version of “Johnny Johnny Yes Papa” (shown below).[2] On November 14th, 2014, ChuChuTV released an updated version of their first “Johnny Johnny Yes Papa” together with other popular nursery rhymes. [7] As of June 27th, 2015, the videos have gathered respectively over 70 million and 280 million views.

    The videos were subsequently mocked due to the lackluster lyrics and the bizarre nature of the animations. However, this did not deter other children’s entertainment groups from creating their own interpretations in an attempt to appeal to new viewers .[3] Threads discussing the song eventually made their way onto sites like 4chan[4] and Reddit,[5] where they were readily ridiculed. On June 3rd, 2014, the r/johnnyjohnnyyespapa sub-reddit was established.[6] In the following year, the sub-reddit gained over 800 subscribers.

    Notable Examples

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  • 06/29/15--11:41: Kocoum Reaction GIFs
  • About

    Kocoum Reaction GIFs refers to a series of reaction images based on a scene featuring the titular supporting character from the 1995 Disney animated film Pocahontas wherein Kocoum is shown running and screaming in dismay upon seeing his bride-to-be Pocahontas and John Smith kissing in a forest. Similar to other well-known reaction GIF memes, these images are often featured in My Reaction When posts, especially on the image-sharing community Imgur.


    Disney‘s 33rd animated feature film Pocahontas was released June 23rd, 1995. In one of the climactic scenes, Pocahontas, the main character and the princess of the Powhatan tribe, kisses John Smith, the 16th-century English explorer captured by her people, in a forest. Upon seeing the two kiss, Kocoum, the tribe’s second-in-command warrior that Pocahontas was supposed to be marrying, hurls himself into John Smith while letting out a battle scream in a jealous rage.[1] Reddit user ajaxknight remade the scene in a high quality GIF on February 1st, 2014.[2]


    The GIF has been in use for My Reaction When posts since at least June 8th, 2015, when it was posted in the /r/reactiongifs subreddit by user BigJ76, where it received 4,580 points (95% upvoted).[4] Then, according to the Imgur blog, the evolution of the popularity of the image began to rise even further on June 25th, 2015, when user ruinedeye posted the above high quality GIF to Imgur with the caption, “MRW I remember that I hate the smell of leaves”. The post received 1,129,665 views, over 9,000 points and 195 comments in four days. That day, user ShagPurple reversed the GIF, and posted it with the caption “MRW I remember I love the smell of leaves”, which received over 933,00 views, over 10,000 points, and 112 comments in four days.[5] The reaction GIFs have also spread into wide use on Tumblr.[6]

    On June 28th 2015, College Humor’s sister site Dorkly published an article highlighting several instances of the meme[7]. This was also done on Buzzfeed the following day[8].

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  • 06/29/15--13:36: BET Awards
  • Overview

    The BET Awards is an annual award show by the Black Entertainment Television (BET) network, which recognizes notable African Americans and other minorities for contributions in a variety of fields, including music, acting and sports. In 2006, the BET Hip Hop Awards show was created as a separate ceremony celebrating hip hop performers, producers and music video directors.


    On June 19th, 2001, the first BET Awards show was held in Las Vegas, Nevada. That year, the “Video of the Year” award was given to “Ms. Jackson” by the hip hop group OutKast.

    Notable Developments


    From 2002 to 2005, the BET Awards were held in June at the Kodak Theater in Los Angeles, California. In 2006, the ceremony was moved to the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.

    BET Hip Hop Awards

    On November 12th, 2006, the first BET Hip Hop Awards ceremony was hosted by comedian Katt Williams and held at the Fox Theater in Atlanta, Georgia. The show was created as a separate ceremony to celebrate notable hip hop artists, performers and video creators

    2012 BET Awards

    On July 1st, 2012, the BET Awards were held at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California. During the ceremony, rap artists Jay-Z and Kanye West were called to the stage to receive the “Video of the Year” award for “Otis” off their 2011 collaborative album Watch the Throne. During the acceptance speech, Jay-Z handed over the microphone to Kanye West and then interrupted him speech by saying “Kanye, Imma let you continue, but…”

    2013 BET Hip Hop Awards

    Miley Cyrus Pregnancy Rumor

    In September 2013, a rumor began circulating online that Miley Cyrus had announced she was pregnant at that year’s BET Awards. Cyrus dismissed the rumor on Twitter, while many noted that the award ceremony would not be held until the following month.

    Rick Ross’ 2013 BET Awards Outfit

    On October 15th, 2013, rapper Rick Ross performed with rapper Future and DJ Khaled at the BET Hip Hop Awards show wearing a blue velor suit without a shirt underneath. Following the performance, many Twitter users posted jokes about the outfit along with images of various blue-colored characters and objects.

    2015 BET Hip Hop Awards

    On June 28th, 2015, the BET Awards were held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, California. At the ceremony Rihanna was filmed throwing a handful of dollar bills in the face of a BET executive (shown below). Following the event, many speculated the incident was a promotional stunt.

    During the performance of singer Tamar Braxton, Twitter[1] user Goldie Taylor posted a screen captured image of Braxton appearing nonplussed, along with the caption “When you boss says you gotta take that 4th of July shift” (shown below). In the first 24 hours, the tweet received over 500 retweets and 250 favorites. Other Twitter users subsequently began using the photo as a reaction image accompanied by various humorous captions.[2]

    When Nicki Minaj received her “Best Female Hip-Hop Artist” award, she revealed that she did not know what the award was for since she had been “in the back.”

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Twitter – @goldietaylor

    [2]BuzzFeed – Tamars BET Awards Face

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  • 06/29/15--14:42: Thot Walk
  • About

    Thot Walk is a vine fad based on a song of the same name, the dance consists of a bouncy type walk “when you see a thot”[1] (slang for hoe), the song is often interpolated with videos of odd walks.


    The original video consists of a male dancing on the streets while his friends clap singing “thot walk”, the video was uploaded on April 6, 2014.

    On June 10, 2014 a remix of the video was made by rapper Kayleb, John Boy & Yung Cyph which became a viral hit.

    On August 5, 2014 a music video of the song was uploaded, which consists of the 3 rappers performing the thot walk on a basketball court while showcasing vines that used the song in the past.


    On Jun 12, 2014 a tutorial on how to do the “Thot Walk” was uploaded by MarQuis Trill, the video features a more extensive dance than the one in the original music video.

    On July 15, 2014 vine user Anwar Jibawi uploaded a vine dressed as a “thot” while walking on a threadmill using the song which got 19 million loops and 3,231.000 revines

    On July 2, 2014 a vine compilation video featuring multiple girls dancing to the song (shown below left) and in July 13, 2014 a compilation of vines featuring people doing odd walks interpolated with the song was uploaded (shown below right)

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Urban Dictionary – Thot

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  • 06/29/15--18:30: NSB Kart Flagman
  • In 2014, I started at NSB Kart Club as flagman for go karts at the track built by Glenn and Chuck Carter, track was built in 2013, first race ran in December 2013, track length is 3/16 miles. In July, I asked Glenn Carter and told him about my dream as a NASCAR flagman in the future. On August 1, 2014, I was a flagman for the go karts for the first time. From 2014-Present, I’m the main flagman at the track, the website for NSB Kart Club was created by Shawn Lane, father of two, started a organization for homeless high school kids, New Smyrna Beach Community Kart Club is a non-profit 501©(3) created with the purpose of providing families a venue to teach mechanics and sportsmanship. It’s a great alternative to electronics!, Mission statement:New Smyrna Beach Kart Club was created to give racers a place to enjoy a fun time with maximum seat time and provide a way for parents to show their kids the enjoyment of turning a wrench. The Club invites karters, parents, grandparents, kids and sponsors to join in this community event."

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  • 06/30/15--11:02: Norm Macdonald
  • About

    Norm Macdonald is a Canadian comedian and actor well-known for writing, producing and starring in a number of TV shows and comedic films, most prominently as a recurring cast member of Saturday Night Live and the host of its Weekend Update segment during the 1990s, as well as his often provocative style of stand-up comedy acts and observational humor in general.


    Early Career

    In the 1980s, Macdonald began his career in stand-up comedy at clubs in Ottawa, Canada.

    Saturday Night Live

    In 1993, Macdonald became a cast member on the sketch comedy television show Saturday Night Live, where he regularly impersonated various celebrities, including Burt Reynolds, David Letterman and Bob Dole. Additionally, he became the host of the show’s satirical news segment Weekend Update (shown below). In 1997, Macdonald was fired from the Weekend Update segment after NBC West Coast Executive Don Ohlmeyey insisted upon his removal saying he was “not funny.”

    White House Correspondent Dinner

    On April 10th, 1997, shortly after his departure from SNL, Macdonald roasted United States President Bill Clinton during the White House Correspondence Dinner (shown below).

    Post SNL Works

    In 1998, Macdonald co-wrote and starred as the protagonist Mitch Weaver in the comedy film Dirty Work (shown below, left). In 1999, Macdonald starred in the sitcom the Norm Show, which ran for three seasons until 2001. In 2006, Macdonald released the sketch comedy album Ridiculous. While promoting the album on The Daily Show, Macdonald told several jokes about the recent death of Animal Planet television host Steve Irwin (shown below, right).

    Comedy Central Roast of Bob Saget

    On August 16th, 2008, Macdonald performed stand-up at the Comedy Central Roast of comedian Bob Saget (shown below). During the performance, he performed intentionally cheesy material in contrast to the show’s typically raunchy humor.

    Online Presence

    On October 1st, 2008, In April 2009, Macdonald joined Twitter,[7] receiving over 539,000 followers in the next six years. On March 19th, 2013, Macdonald launched the Norm Macdonald Live podcast and YouTube[1] channel, featuring interviews with various comedians. Within three years, 37 episodes were uploaded to the YouTube channel, receiving over 74,600 subscribers.


    On Reddit

    On May 12th, 2014, Macdonald participated in an “ask me anything” post on the /r/IAmA[2] subreddit, which gained over 3,900 votes (89% upvoted) and 2,200 comments prior to being archived. On June 29th, 2015, several videos featuring Macdonald reached the front page of the /r/videos[3][4][5][6] subreddit, including a highlight reel in which he awkwardly interacts with co-hosts at the 2013 YouTube Big Live Comedy Show (shown below). Within 24 hours, the post gathered upwards of 5,300 votes (90% upvoted) and 1,700 comments.

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  • 06/30/15--11:10: World's Ugliest Dog Contest
  • About

    The World’s Ugliest Dog Contest is an annual contest at the Sonoma-Marin County Fair where dogs compete for the titular crown. The contest, which has been running since the 1970s, has caused several unconventional-looking dogs to become famous. Each winner receives a $1000 prize and a trophy.[2]


    The World’s Ugliest Dog Contest has been running annually in the fourth week of June since the 1970s, and as part of the Sonoma-Marin County Fair in California since 1988.[2] The contest attracts entrants from around the world, and for several years the contest was sponsored by and aired on the television channel Animal Planet.[6] The contest is also used to promote shelter adoption for dogs, as many of the winners have been adopted from shelters or puppy mills.

    The contest has been featured in a book, called World’s Ugliest Dogs: The Official World’s Ugliest Dog Contest Book and in an hour-long documentary called Worst in Show.[3][4]

    Online Presence

    The contest began to have a noted online presence when online voting began in the early 2000s, via the Sonoma-Marin County Fair web site.[1] However, the online voting has no bearing on who wins the contest, which is decided by a rotating cast of judges.

    In 2005, the contest reached widespread audiences after the third win of a hairless Chinese Crested named Sam. Sam’s ugliness was so profound that he became an international star, including a role on television as a cat on Criss Angel’s Halloween special Mindfreak.[5] Sam is often considered to be the mascot of the /co/ board on 4chan. Sam died in 2005 at the age of 15.

    After Sam’s fame, the contest retained an annual notoriety, with the winner being announced and publicized every year in late June.

    Notable Developments


    2000 and 2001

    Nana, a dog of unknown breed.


    Rascal, a Chinese Crested


    Sam, a Chinese Crested


    Archie, a Chinese Crested


    Elwood, a Chihuahua-Chinese Crested mix


    Gus, a Chinese Crested


    Pabst, a Boxer mix


    Princess Abby, a Chihuahua


    Yoda, a Chihuahua-Chinese Crested mix


    Mugly, a Chinese Crested


    Walle, a Beagle-Basset-Boxer mix


    Peanut, a Chihuahua-Shih Tzu mix


    Quasi Modo, a hunchbacked pit bull-Dutch shepherd mix

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    External References

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  • 06/30/15--14:14: City Folk Just Don't Get It
  • In 2007, the company Farmers Only released an advertisement that had the jingle “City Folk Just Don’t Get it.”

    This jingle was popularised on Imperial Entertainment forums but soon died out there due to its memespeak rules, but is still used occasionally on other sites such as 4chan.

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  • 06/30/15--15:05: Pun
  • This entry is still under construction


    Puns are a play on words often used for humorous effect.



    Related Memes


    Carlos is a fictional character from the animated children’s show The Magic School Bus. On the internet, he is commonly associated with wordplay due to the pun jokes he makes throughout the show.

    Name Puns

    “Name Puns”: are a series of image macros revolving around puns of the names of celebrities, objects, places, and fictional characters.

    Thor Puns

    Thor Puns refers to name puns (explained above) about the Marvel character Thor. This meme commonly comes in the form of photoshopped pictures or fanart


    Pokepuns is an image macro series featuring puns based on the names of various characters from the Nintendo video game franchise Pokémon

    Lame Pun Coon

    Lame Pun Coon is an advice animal depicting a cheerful racoon telling puns. These type of puns are often viewed as “cheesy”, thus the name “Lame Pun Coon”.

    Bad Joke Eel

    Bad Joke Eel is another advice animal centered on a image of a Moray eel with captions delivering unfunny puns and jokes, similarly to Lame Pun Coon and Pun Dog.

    Pun Dog

    Pun Dog is a three-panel image macro series depicting photographs of an Alaskan Klee Kai dog telling animal-related puns. The punchline is often written to be anticlimactic, in a similar vein to Bad Joke Eel and Lame Pun Coon.

    Priority Peter

    Priotity Peter is another advice animal, depicting a teenage boy surrounded by young woman in beach clothing. Captions commonly include math or school-related puns and wordplay.

    Facebook Names

    Facebook Names is a Twitter page mocking the peculiar-sounding names of certain Facebook users with name puns and homophones.

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  • 06/30/15--15:54: Shabani the Gorilla

  • About

    Shabani is the name of a silverback gorilla who currently resides at Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens in Nagoya, Japan. In May 2015, the 18-year-old ape became a subject of an international idol and celebrity animal on the web, especially among young women in Japan, mainly for his apparent photogenicity and attractive facial features.


    Shabani was born at Apenheul Primate Park in the Netherlands in October 1996. Two months later, in December that year, the newborn ape moved with his family to Taronga Zoo in Sydney, Australia, where he spent most of his formative years, before relocating again to Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens in Nagoya, Japan in 2007. In the following years, Shabani established himself as the protector of his pack and started his own family with two wives and fathered two children, according to the zoo officials.

    However, the western lowland gorilla, who is in his late 30s or early 40s in human years, didn’t rise to the status of a national sensation in Japan until March 2015, when a photograph of Shabani and one of his mates, Ai, taken by a visitor from a panel at the zoo went viral on the Internet. While the image was originally intended to highlight a fist-pumping gesture made by Ai, the focal point of online conversations quickly shifted to the male gorilla, as many Japanese Internet users on Twitter began obsessing over his strikingly photogenic appearance.


    Between March and May 2015, Shabani’s photogenic fame continued to gain traction in the Japanese social media under the hashtag-nickname #Ikemen (シャバーニ), or “good looking man,” followed by several local news reports about the rising star and being cast as the official campaign model for the zoo’s spring festival, which culminated with a notable appearance on the front page of a major web portal site. On May 23rd, YouTuber Masayuki Nishimura uploaded a video recording of Shabani resting in his enclave, which garnered more than 300,000 views in just over a month (shown below).

    In June, Shabani’s Internet stardom began to approach its peak as major Japanese news outlets like NHK and NTV jumped in on the media coverage, while the volume of complimentary tweets about the ape continued to grow manifolds, mostly from young female zoo-goers swooning over the ape’s good looks.

    click through the thumbnail to see the translated caption in English


    As a result of the viral fandom surrounding the animal, Higashiyama Zoo has reportedly seen a sharp increase in number of daily visits, almost double the usual count by the officials’ estimate, particularly among the young female demographic.

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Twitter – Search Results for #シャバーニ

    [2]Chunichi Shimbun – 東山のイケメンゴリラ、もてすぎ ネットで話題「シャバーニ」

    [3]RocketNews24 – Zoo reports increase in visitors as Japan’s women fall for this “handsome” gorilla【Photos】

    [4]Vine – Meet Shabani

    [5]Instagram – @Costona22’s Photo

    [6]BBCShabani: The making of a metrosexual gorilla

    [7]BuzzFeed – This Gorilla Is So Handsome, Women Are Flocking To The Zoo To See Him

    [8]The Daily Mail – The ‘handsome gorilla’ driving Japanese girls mad

    [9]MTVWomen In Japan Are Freaking Out Over This ‘Sexy’ Gorilla Named Shabani

    [10]Mashable – People are losing their cool over this hot, meme-worthy gorilla

    [11]CNNJapanese women go ape over surprisingly handsome gorilla

    [12]Metro UK – This gorilla is so hot women are flocking to the zoo to see him

    [13]The Smithsonian – Move Over, Clooney: This Japanese Gorilla is the Internet’s Newest Heartthrob

    [14]Discovery – Hunky Gorilla Makes Women at Japan Zoo Go Ape

    [15]The Japan Times – Good-looking gorilla has crowds going gaga at Higashiyama Zoo

    [16]Gawker – Can You Tell the Sexy Gorilla From a Normal Garbage Gorilla?

    [17]The Huffington Post – Hunky Gorilla Has Female Fans Flocking To Japanese Zoo

    [18]Uproxx – Why Are Women Freaking Out About This Very Hot and Flirty Gorilla?

    [19]Death and Taxes – Women flock to Japanese zoo to see handsome gorilla

    [20]The Telegraph – Japanese women go ape over ‘handsome’ gorilla named Shabani

    [21]MSNBCMeet the hunky gorilla taking over your timeline

    [22]AFPWomen flock to Japan zoo to see ‘hunky’ gorilla

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  • 06/30/15--17:14: Hey Kid, Wanna 'X'?
  • About

    Hey kid, wanna ‘X’? is a snowclone used to indicate an interest in a certain type of pornography, typically either furry art, or a specific form of hentai known as “straight shota”.


    The original phrase, “Hey kid, wanna yiff?”, was coined on the FurAffinty forums on May 4, 2008 in a thread called, “Furry Pickup Lines”. Later that same day user Dyluck posted, “HEYKID, WANNAYIFF?” as his pick-up line. [1] Later that year on June 18, 2008 a user on Leftover Lounge posted an article entitled “Hey kid, wanna yiff?” in which they describe their thoughts on the growing furry fandom. [2]


    On September 9, 2012 a thread on the IGN forums was created with the OP posting an image of what appears two furry members of “Peta” holding up signs which state, “HEYKIDWANNAYIFF?” (shown below). [3] It is probable that the image had been commented on over 2 years prior on the FurAffinity forums, however both hyperlinks that led to two photos have since expired. [4]

    On January 2, 2012 YouTuber LAPFOXTRAX uploaded a video entitled “The Quick Brown Fox – YEAR OF THEBADDRAGON” in which the lyrics state:

    Hey kids, wanna yiff me with Bad Dragon dicks?

    Hey Kid, Wanna /ss/?

    Hey kid, wanna /ss/? (sometimes simply known as “/ss/?”) is a phrase used by users of the /ss/ board of 7chan, those who shown an interest in the specific type of hentai known as “straight shota”, as well as others who understand the context of the phrase, but are not necessarily interested in the subject manner. The phrase began sometime in either 2008 or early 2009 on the image board 7chan by users of the /ss/, or straight shota, board. On June 1, 2009 an Urban Dictionary entry was made for “/ss/” simply describing it as “straight shota”. [5] The phrase has been used numerous times on various boards across 4chan some of which have been archived on [6] On December 27, 2012 YouTuber OOOzw uploaded a clip from the 1983 anime series Ginga Hyōryū Vifam in which a younger male character shares a kiss with an older female character (shown below).

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    Not available

    External Links

    [1]FurAffinity – Furry Pickup Lines

    [2]Leftover Lounge – Hey kid, wanna yiff?

    [3]IGNwtf is this furries?…

    [4]FurAffinity – Peta hates furries now….

    [5]Urban Dictionary – /ss/

    [6] – Search results for hey kid wanna ss?

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  • 06/30/15--23:13: Tiny Box Tim
  • Editor’s Note: This entry is under W.I.P.. Please be patient, unless you’re a Markiplier fan and wish to edit this entry.


    Tiny Box Tim is the name of a fictional companion discovered by YouTube Let’s Player celebrity Markiplier from his playthrough of a custom Amnesia story A Late Night Drink. Similar to PewDiePie and his companion Stephano who is a small statue from Amnesia, Tiny Box Tim is a cute tiny wooden crate.


    In January 19, 2014, Markiplier posted a video of the first part of his playthrough A Late Night Drink, a custom story from Amnesia: The Dark Descent. While Markiplier is looking for a key (4:16), he found a tiny wooden crate near him and finds it adorable. Markiplier names it Tiny Box Tim, and so the fandom of Tiny Box Tim is born.

    Search Interest

    External Reference

    [1]Markiplier Wikia – Tiny Box Tim

    [2]YouTube – Markiplier – Amnesia: A Late Night Drink #1 | BESTCUSTOMSTORYEVER

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  • 07/01/15--02:59: Aryanne
  • Work in progress


    Aryanne is the name of an original character created in the style of ponies from the Hasbro animated series My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. as having a snow-white coat, a blonde mane, blue eyes, and a cutie mark consisting of a pink heart with the swastika symbol inside of it, she is generally seen as the ponification of Nazism.


    The /mlp/ pony artist Ass Stalker has claimed to be the creator of Aryanne. In a March 2014 interview[3] with Horse News, he described the origin of the character:

    When did you/the threads start picking up?
    I used to draw on Flockmod before. I was still a noob. I drew Rainbow Dash and Applejack often that time. Because of my poor style, people and I cannot recognize what pony I drew. So it combine both of them and then my friend made a joke and added a “nazi” symbol on it

    The first image of Aryanne[4] to be uploaded to MLP image hosting site Derpibooru was submitted on February 14th, 2014, created by the artist randy.


    Work in progress

    Searching for “Aryanne” on the MLP image hosting site Derpibooru returns over 1,200 images as of July 2015,[1] while searching on DeviantArt returns over 260 results.[2]

    Notable Examples

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Derpibooru – Aryanne

    [2]DeviantArt – Aryanne

    [3]Horse News – Interview with Aryanne artist Ass Stalker

    [4]Derpibooru – (Warning: Explicit)First Derpibooru Submission

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  • 07/01/15--09:41: Thot

  • About

    Thot is a denigrative slang term, originally defined as an acronym of “That hoe over there” but now generally used as a synonym for hoe or slut, especially in the context of trap music or modern rap.


    The exact origin of thot is unknown, however word was first defined on Urban Dictionary on December 5th, 2012 and has since been independently defined 127 times.

    Complex magazine claims that it originated in the Chicago Drill music community, and was first popularized by the local rapper Katie Got Bandz in her song “Ridin’ Round and We Drillin,”(below left) released on March 12th, 2012.[2] On April 30th, 2012, another Chicago rapper named TKO released a single called “I Need a Thot” (below right).

    Also according to Complex, a man named Duan Gaines claims to have first heard the term on set for a video shoot with Chief Keef. He then began using it on social media, popularizing the term.


    In 2013, the word was used in many other song lyrics and titles, including KB’s “No Love for a Thot”, Chief Keef’s “Shine” and “Love No Thotties,” which received over 19 million plays on YouTube. It has also been used in songs by The Game, Juicy J, and Wash.

    The term maintains a steady usage on all social media platforms, averaging between 10,000-15,000 uses per day on Twitter.[3] Parody accounts like @Thotverses, created in April of 2012, have become popular, with more than 25,000 followers. In different Twitter and Instagram arguments, celebrities like Rihanna, T.I., Chris Brown, Azealia Banks, and 2Chainz have used the term against each other and overzealous fans.[4]

    More than 20 top search results for the term on Reddit have received more than 1000 points, including 10 which originated in /r/blackpeopletwitter.[5]

    The term is popularly integrated into several hashtags, including #thotsbelike, which is more popular on Instagram, and #youknowyouathot, which is more popular on Twitter.[7] On Instagram, the tag #thotsbelike has over 91,000 posts as of June 2015.[6] The term “thot” returns over 91,000 results on Vine in the same period.


    The criticisms for thot are similar to that of its synonyms. Writers have called the term misogynistic[4], but some have identified it as also being a classist slur, similar to basic bitch and ratchet, identifying a woman who is not only sexually open but also interested in using her sexuality to receive inexpensive goods.[9]

    Thot Walk

    Thot Walk is a style of dance marked by bouncy stepping in slow, rhythmic motion popularized by a 2014 hip hop song with the same name by Atlanta-based rappers Kayleb, Yung Cyph and John Boy. Since its debut in June 2014, both the song and the dance has spawned a series of audio-dubbed parodies and tribute performances on the video-sharing platform Vine.

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  • 07/01/15--10:51: #WhoIsBurningBlackChurches
  • OVerview

    #WhoIsBurningBlackChurches is a Twitter hashtag launched to bring awareness to a series of fires and arsons that took place at predominantly black churches across the Southern United States in June 2015, prompting many Americans to speculate that the incidents may have been racially motivated in connection to the renewed Confederate Flag debate in the aftermath of the Charleston Church shooting earlier that month. However, the officials leading the investigation so far have found no evidence of hate crimes that can be linked to the fires.


    Church Fires

    On June 21st, 2015, a fire was reported at the College Hill Seventh Day Adventist Church in Knoxville, Tennessee. Firefighters discovered stacks of hay and soil placed around the church’s doors that had been deliberately set aflame. On June 23rd, a fire was reported at the God’s Power Church of Christ in Macon, Georgia. Investigators subsequently ruled that the fire was intentionally caused by an arsonist. On June 24th, the Briar Creek Road Baptist Church in Charlotte, North Carolina was destroyed in a fire In a statement on their Facebook[1] page, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) federal agency released a statement noting that their was no evidence that the crime was racially motivated or related to the other fires. The same day, the Fruitland Presbyterian Church in Gibson County, Tennessee burned down, which investigators ruled may have been caused by a lightning strike. On June 26th, the Glover Grove Baptist Church in Warrenville, South Carolina was set ablaze. Investigators subsequently ruled the cause as “undetermined.” The same day, the Greater Miracle Temple Apostolic Holiness Church in Tallahassee, Florida set fire due to a downed electrical wire.

    Notable Developments


    On June 28th, Twitter users Andie the Obamanista[2] tweeted the hashtag “#WhoIsBurningBlackChurches.”[3] That day, other Twitter users began posting the hashtag in tweets speculating that the church fires were set by racially motivated arsonists.

    The following day, Twitter user Deray Mckesson posted a tweet arguing that the “spirit of the KKK” was responsible for the fires (shown below, left). Also on June 29th, CNN anchor Don Lemon posted a tweet noting that only two of the six churches were ruled as arson (shown below, right).

    According to the Twitter analytics site Topsy,[4] there were over 178,000 mentions of the hashtag over the next 72hours.

    News Media Coverage

    In the coming days, several news sites published articles about the Twitter hashtag, including Twitchy,[5] DailyKos,[6]USA Today,[7] Metro,[8]PBS,[9] and Vibe.[10]

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    External References

    [1]Facebook – ATF

    [2]Twitter – @andie_walsh

    [3]Twitter – #WhoIsBurningBlackChurches

    [4]Topsy – #WhoIsBurningBlackChurches

    [5]Twitchy – #WhoIsBurningBlackChurches?

    [6]DailyKos – #WhoIsBurningBlackChurches?#

    [7]USA Today – Twitter users ask #whoisburningblackchurches?

    [8]Metro – #WhoIsBurningBlackChurches

    [9]PBSBlack churches in the South reportedly targeted by arsonists

    [10]Vibe – "#WhoIsBurningBlackChurches ":

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  • 07/01/15--13:51: Dart Face
  • Origin

    There are many origins of Dart Face, such as Johnny vs. Sonic Hacking Contest 2014 (Day 2) at 25:40 or The Vinesauce streamer Joel’s Windows 7 Destruction stream where joel is looking for a Skrillex Scary Monsters And Nice Sprites midi, he stumbles on this account on (Comments) but the first non meme origin is Dart From thomas The Tank Engine:

    That’s as far as I know about Dart Face, If you know anymore about Dart Face, then please add to this submission

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  • 07/01/15--16:36: Let's McFreaking Lose It
  • About

    The phrase “Let’s McFreaking Lose It!” originally came from a series of public-outburst, prankcam-esque Vines, the first of which was posted on February 1st 2015, by Matt Krath. Although the locations vary, the setup is usually the same, with a costumed Krath shouting wildly and usually being asked to leave the establishment.


    The infamous origin vine features Krath, standing in a Ronald McDonald costume screaming “LET’S MCFREAKINGLOSE IT! GETOUT OF YO MIND!” at McDonalds patrons in Keller, TX. (All of the locations are in the central Texas area) Day 1 of the Vine series, shown here, has him in a much smaller McDonalds, pouring what appears to be an ICEE or soda over himself, and thrusting his pelvis.


    Later on, Day 4 of the prank series was posted, yet another Ronald vine. Day 4 was an exception to the previous formula. (Posted on Feb 4, 2015) It is no longer set in a McDonalds, rather a Taco Bueno in North Richland Hills. It also does not feature the iconic phrase, however. Krath yells to the employees that “THISPLACE IS UNDERNEWMANAGEMENT! BADA DA DA DA! YOU’RE ALLFIRED!” as can be seen here.

    The last “true” McFreaking Vine was posted on Feb 7, 2015 as the 7th and final prank vine. and features Kirth again in the Ronald suit standing on a table in an atrium area of Northeast Mall in Hurst, TX. In the center of a sizable crowd, he again shouts the iconic phrase, sans ICEE and thrusting.

    The meme later made it’s way to Tumblr sometime around April 2015, where it began to circulate as a series of photo captions and text posts. The entire tag can be viewed here:
    Although it is currently hard to locate any of the more popular posts from the high point of the phrase’s popularity.
    Very little of it has been posted on Facebook and Twitter other than the original vines, suggesting Tumblr may have popularized it. (It can’t be confirmed for sure) Although, as of late interest in the meme has seemingly died out.

    Recently, Ronald has been a less-occuring character in Krath’s Vines, although he recently appeared in a short vine in late April where he bursts through a set of doors and screams “I’M TAKINGOVERTHEMCFREAKINGWORLD! BADA BA BA BA!” and proceeds to slam his face into a fast food bag, miming ravenous eating noises. No further Vines containing the Ronald parody or the iconic meme have been posted.


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  • 07/01/15--21:16: Jo Baka (જો બકા)
  • About

    Jo Baka (જો બકા) is an Indian phrase which roughly translates to “So, my friend”. The phrase, typically associated with the Indian state Gujarat, reached nationwide popularity in 2014 due to a series of image macros.


    “Jo baka” is a colloquialism associated with Gujarat. It is unknown where the emoticon commonly associated with the phrase originates.


    The phrase became popular in 2014, mainly though Facebook and the Indian social media site WhatsApp. At its peak, over 350,000 Jo Baka macros were created using various apps for doing so.[1] A Facebook page for sharing Jo Baka macros created in 2014 has over 34,000 likes as of July 2015.[2] In November of the same year, a rap song about the meme was uploaded to YouTube, where it has been viewed over 100,000 times. Several Indian government agencies also used the meme to spread public awareness of various issues.

    Example Images

    I can’t read the language most of these are in and I would rather have someone who can read it do it.

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  • 07/02/15--00:33: Minions
  • About

    Minions are yellow dwarf like characters from the movie franchise Despicable me,[1] being presented as the goofy lunatic henchman of the main protagonist. The minions have gathered a hate fandom on the internet due to their intrusiveness on multiple products organized by comcast as well as unrelated motivational posts and images.


    The minions first appeared as the henchman of “gru”, they would speak in a jumbled barely understandable language and would be the cause of many maistakes in the background. due to their weird adorable apearances they quickly became popular.


    Despicable me was met with positive reviews, which also noted the adorability of the curious and mischievous minions, which caused an uprise of their popularity in media, mostly due to publicity by brands[5]

    On August 18, 2013 a compilation of best minions moments from despicable me 1 and 2 was posted, as of today it has gathered 33,392,177 views

    Buzzfeed popular media site made multiple quizes related to the minions.[6][7]

    Hate Fandom

    Due to the mass publicity and merchandising minions got from comcast and other brands, multiple people became annoyed and enraged by their intrussion, mostly on facebook in unrelated motivational quotes

    On June 5, 2015 the subreddit /r/MinionHate was created in which users post minions intruding in brands as well as social media while having a negative reaction to them.[2] On June 29, 2015, the popular media site Buzzfeed wrote an article in which it posts multiple instances of people “struggling” with minion posts.[3] On july. 1, 2015 buzzfeed made another article titled “33 Things that prove minions are officially over”.[4]

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