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  • 12/23/13--07:23: Jesus Christ, How Horrifying
  • About

    “Jesus Christ How Horrifying” is a quote used in reaction images to describe shock, horror, or disgust in something.

    Origin

    The original image comes from now defunct webcomic “Horribleville”. The comic[1], from which the original reaction image was created, had been posted in March 29th 2009.

    Spread

    In April 6th 2009, a Youtube user Shesellssheshells had posted a video[2] based on the comic, from which the quote had originated. Later, in March 30th 2012, another Youtube user ImmaThatGuy had made a video[3] of the quote from the original video.

    In December 12th, 2011, Team Four Star, most notably known for making “Dragon Ball Z Abridged”, put in a derivative of the reaction face at the end of the Episode 26, with a voice-over of one of their voice-actors.

    The image and its derivatives had been posted on sites such as 4chan[4], Funnyjunk[5], Katawa Shoujo Forums[6], Reddit[7], and Minecraft Forums[8].

    Notable Examples


    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Horribleville – 2009-03-29

    [2]Youtube – Horribleville 03/29/09

    [3]Youtube – Jesus Christ, how horrifying

    [4]thisisnotatrueending – Usage on 4chan

    [5]Funnyjunk – Usage on Funnyjunk

    [6]Katawa Shoujo Forums – Usage on the site

    [7]Reddit – Usage on Reddit

    [8]Minecraft Forums – Usage on the site


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  • 12/23/13--07:34: Dat dash/ ay gurl
  • Dat dash/ay gurl comes from user Bilge Rat on cheezburger. It comes from a scene from my little pony friend ship is magic season 4 episode daring don’t and has only 1 post so far but we are sure it will be popular


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  • 12/23/13--09:20: Pussy Riot
  • About

    Pussy Riot is a Russian feminist punk rock band who are best known for staging and filming unauthorized guerrilla performances in public locations in protest against the policies of Russian President Vladimir Putin. The band gained international fame in February 2012, after two of its band members were convicted on charges of hooliganism and sentenced to two years in prison.

    Online History

    [researching]

    Search Interest



    External References

    Free Pussy Riot – About The Organization


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    Goat Who Has Amnesia and Also Hate Uruguayan People is a new meme from 9gag and the [s4s] board on 4chan. It is about a goat who has amnesia and hates Uruguay. He forgets lots of things, and blames everything on Uruguay.


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  • 12/23/13--10:10: Bury Pink Grill
  • this is nice meme


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  • 12/23/13--11:03: Russian DOTA2
  • Spread

    • Russian Dota is a term used by most of non-Russian Dota players. Since it’s possible to select any region as a server in Dota, our Russian friends joined us to play at US or English servers. Bad news. There was a huge explosion of new players during this update, causing feeders/trolls/leavers flow into stable Dota community. After a few years, Russians became a phenomenon. If your team has a Russian, game is way harder than regular.

    Examples

    Here’s some examples,









    Some video examples,


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  • 12/23/13--11:47: So Freedom Doge
  • Wow. Se security. Very scare. Much hidings.

    http://www.cesound.com/freedomz.jpg


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    About

    “So I Got That Goin’ For Me, Which is Nice” is an advice animal image macro series featuring a screen capture of the character Carl Spackler (played by Bill Murray) from the 1980 comedy film Caddyshack. The captions usually begin with a sentence revealing a personal problem or ordeal, followed by a notion of a silver lining and the original quote from Caddyshack in verbatim.

    Origin

    In the film Caddyshack, assistant greenskeeper Carl Spackler tells a story about receiving a blessing in lieu of a tip while caddying for the Dalai Lama, ending the anecdote with “So I got that goin’ for me, which is nice” (shown below).



    On June 23rd, 2013, Redditor Thereminz submitted an image macro of Carl Spackler to the /r/AdviceAnimals[1] subreddit, which included a caption about losing his job and having dental work done with the saving grace of receiving a gift of Reddit gold (shown below). Within the first five months, the post gained over 7,300 up votes and 75 comments.



    Spread

    On July 19th, 2013, Redditor yellow6r submitted a Carl Spackler captioned image to /r/AdviceAnimals[2] celebrating the creation of a moderately successful image macro (shown below, left), which received more than 3,000 up votes and 30 comments in the next five months. On July 23rd, Redditor Boozbooznbooz submitted a post to /r/AdviceAnimals[3] lamenting being stuck at an office job all day, which including a Carl Spackler image macro celebrating his Reddit profile anniversary (shown below, right). Within four months, the post garnered upwards of 2,400 up votes and 15 comments.



    On November 27th, Redditor indaochan posted an image macro to /r/AdviceAnimals[4] (shown below, left) mocking Time Magazine’s “Person of the Year” cover from 2006, which declared everyone reading the magazine the year’s winner. In the following three weeks, the post gained over 18,000 up votes and 500 comments. On December 17th, Redditor acidulous submitted a Carl Spackler image macro to /r/AdviceAnimals[5] about losing control of several bodily functions (shown below, right), accumulating more than 12,200 up votes and 260 comments in the first 24 hours.



    Notable Examples



    Search Interest

    External References


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  • 12/18/13--16:46: C Plus Equality C+=
  • Overview

    C Plus Equality is a satirical programming language created by 4chan users in response to a proposal of a feminist programming language published on the humanities and technology site Hastac in December 2013.

    Background

    On December 11th, 2013, feminist Arielle Schlesinger wrote a blog post for Hastac[1]about a project aimed at creating a a feminist programming language. On December 13, the article was posted in the /g/ (technology) board on 4chan, along with links to a feminist programming language titled “C Plus Equality” on GitHub[2] and BitBucket, credited to the parody feminist organization Feminist Software Foundation.



    Notable Developments

    On December 13th, 2013, the Feminist Software Foundation[9] website was launched, which contains links to the C Plus Equality source code.



    On December 14th, blogger Molly White[4] published a post about the GitHub page, criticizing the satirical coding language for being misogynistic. On December 14th, the repositories were banned from both GitHub and BitBucket. On December 18th, YouTuber Juliette De Fonteville uploaded a mock promotional video for the satirical “Feminist Software Foundation” (shown below).



    On December 19th, C Plus Equality was moved to the Google Code[5] database. On the same day, Redditor FemSF submitted the new hosting location to the /r/TumblrInAction[6] subreddit, where it received upwards of 340 up votes and 175 comments in the first eight hours. On the same day, a C Plus Equality interpreter titled “InHERpreter” was uploaded to the Google Code[7] website. Also on December 19th, C Plus Equality was mirrored on the open source hosting database Gitorious.[8]

    Search Interest

    [Not available]

    External References


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  • 12/18/13--22:12: Hexafusion / Triple Fusion
  • About

    Hexafusion, also known as Triple Fusion and /co/ Fusion, refers to the fan art practice of creating a composite character by combining the physical features of three fictional characters from different universes, which is typically visualized in a hexagonal schematic detailing each component of the fusion process.




    Origin

    On November 20th, 2013, a fusion of the character Wendy from the animated TV series “Gravity Falls” and Frankie from the animated TV series “Foster’s Home For Imaginary Friends” called “Wanky”[1] was posted on 4chan’s /co/ (Comics & Cartoons) board (shown below, left). Shortly after, a chart was created featuring both characters with the addition of the character Vicky from the animated TV series “Fairly Oddparents” (shown below, right).



    Precursor

    The concept of creating a hybrid character has been illustrated through Pokemon fan art (Pokefusion) since as early as November 2008 with a contest hosted by the Kongregate[3] message board to see who could create the best fused sprite out of several Pokemon creatures in canon. The winning submission (shown below) incorporated various features from Infernape, Giratina, Metang, Articuno and Alakazam.



    Spread

    On November 22nd, 2013, the same chart was posted by Tumblr[2] user plagueofgripes, gaining over 280 notes within the first month. Over time, numerous amount of such fusions have appeared. An image booru titled “co-fusions” was created as an archive for examples from the series.[3] On December 20th, DeviantArtist[4] ValorNomad submitted co-fusion of Tifa Lockheart from the 1997 role-playing game Final Fantasy VII, the Pokemon Gardevoir and Twilight Sparkle from the animated television series My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic (shown below).



    Notable Examples


    External References


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  • 12/19/13--09:02: The Worst Room


  • About

    The Worst Room is a single topic blog highlighting photographs and descriptions of expensive, small and unsanitary rooms placed for rent on the classified advertisement site Craigslist.

    Origin

    On May 2nd, 2013, freelance cinematographer Ryan Nethery launched a Tumblr blog titled “The Worst Room” as a place to catalog the terrible rooms for rent he had discovered on Craigslist while trying to find housing in New York City. The first post featured a photograph of a windowless room for rent in Williamsburg, Brooklyn for $850 (shown below).



    Spread

    On May 8th, Redditor rotzooi posted a link to the blog to the /r/nyc[4] subreddit, where it received over 640 up votes and 240 comments prior to being archived. In the coming days, several news sites published articles about the Tumblr blog, including The Huffington Post,[1] BuzzFeed,[2] Laughing Squid[5] and The Daily Dot.[6] On June 25th, the New York Daily News published an interview with Nethery, revealing that the site had reached over 25,000 followers on Tumblr. On June 26th, the /r/theworstroom[3] subreddit was launched to showcase ads for rental apartments in exceptionally poor condition. On December 3rd, The Worst Room was featured on Tumblr’s year-in-review list of top ten most viral blogs of 2013.

    Notable Examples




    Search Interest

    External References


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    About

    Jean-Claude Van Damme’s Epic Split is a video advertisement for the automobile manufacturer Volvo, in which actor and martial artist Jean-Claude Van Damme performs a straddle split while balancing between two large trucks in reverse drive. Upon its release in November 2013, the commercial instantly went viral on YouTube and inspired a series of parody videos featuring both live action and digitally manipulated variations of the stunt.

    Origin

    On November 13th, 2013, the Volvo Trucks YouTube channel uploaded a video titled “The Epic Split,” in which two Volvo Globetrotter trucks are shown driving parallel in reverse while slowly separating for Van Damme to perform a split between them (shown below). In the first two months, the video gained over 61.4 million views and 37,600 comments.



    Spread

    On November 14th, 2013, the commercial was submitted to the /r/movies[1] subreddit, where it received more than 4,700 up votes and 580 comments. On November 16th, YouTuber Artjail VFX uploaded a parody video with Toronto mayor Rob Ford digitally edited into the original commercial (shown below, left), accumulating upwards of 2.4 million views and 640 comments in the following five weeks. On November 19th, model and actor Channing Tatum uploaded an epic split parody video as a promotion for his upcoming comedy film 22 Jumpstreet (shown below, right). In the next month, the video garnered more than 13.8 million views and 490 comments.



    On the same day, the digital artist Mikey Borup uploaded an edited version of the commercial in which Van Damme’s legs stretch as if he were the character Dhalsim from the Street Fighter video game series. On December 18th, the Hungarian animation firm Delov Digital released a parody video featuring a digitally rendered Chuck Norris balancing between two jets with 11 soldiers on his shoulders (shown below, right), which garnered more than 5.9 million views and 14,400 comments in the first 48 hours.



    Notable Examples



    Search Interest

    External References


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    About

    The Most Annoying Sound in the World is a viral video posted around 2007-08.

    Origin

    In the 1994 movie Dumb and Dumber, the main protagonists were driving in a fleece covered automobile. One of the protagonists, the one to the left, asks if they want to hear the most annoying sound in the world. Then, he makes a loud screeching noise. The whole scene was unscripted.

    Spread

    On January 21, 2007, loki69er of Youtube labeled The Most Annoying Sound In The World.

    In 2010, fourest of YTMND posted Most Annoying Pop Star In The World.


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  • 12/25/13--10:53: : REET )
  • : REET ) is the latest EPIC meme from the cretorz of nortron antivrs and lemonkeyfeesh XD

    more epic maymays incomming, search us on ninegag :^)


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  • 12/25/13--18:03: Oi amostra o pinto
  • Oi amostra o pinto (‘’Hi show the dick’’ in english) is a brazilian meme that was originated in the end of 2013.

    A kid girl was talking from webcam with a young male on Omegle,and the kid sayed: ‘’Oi amostra o pinto’’.

    A unknown person took a print screen,posted on Facebook,and then becomed a meme.

    There are no relates of who was the first page to post this meme.The Facebook’s page ‘’Oi amostra o pinto’’ is not the first page to post the meme,it is just a page dedicated for the meme.


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  • 12/26/13--12:25: Little Dolls
  • will come back to elaborate on this hoopblah ‘meme’ if it hasn’t been deadpooled by tomorrow.

    About

    ‘Little Dolls’ is a series of ‘unsettling’ portraits from Alain Delorme, a notable 4chan user who occasionally browses the /b/ and /p/ boards. Recently they’ve gotten popular on /b/ for having a strong Uncanny-Valley factor heavy applied, through photo-manipulative programs, to the ‘Dolls’ in the images.

    Origin

    Around October in 2013, an anonymous poster took to 4chan’s /b/ board to post a series of Alain Delorme’s ‘Little Dolls’ collection. Roughly an hour after posting the full set, the poster revealed himself to be none other than Alain himself. Gaining a reputation on 4chan for his weird works, the photographer started posting in /p/ boards to get himself recognized by the photography community. To his dismay, the internet hacking group Anonymous didn’t take kindly to his works involving children; going as far to label him a pedophile for attempting to make the girls in the ‘Little Dolls’ set appear attractive by applying adult eyes and mouth for an alluring & seductive effect. In spite of Alain Delorme, Anonymous edited the Little Dolls to look like famous 4chan figures. These vary from exchanging the girl’s faces with Chris Hansen, Christopher Poole, and many others. Nowadays, it isn’t just Anonymous anymore looking to making ‘lulzy’ edits but random 4chan users in general.

    Spread

    From time to time, at least once a day, one may get a glance of a ‘Little Dolls’ thread on the /b/ board. These threads are created by their respective OPs usually in hope to terrify other anons with the original work. Rarely, the threads are created in hopes that people can give their criticisms about the meaning behind the pictures. So far, this ‘meme’ has yet to breach onto other social sites apart from 4chan.


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  • 12/27/13--12:35: Das It Mane
  • About

    “Das It Mane” is slang variant of the phrase “that’s it man” which is often used to caption photographs in which the subject is smiling or appears to be intoxicated.

    Origin

    [Researching]

    Spread

    On December 2nd, 2012, a Facebook[1] page titled “Das It Mane” was launched.

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]Facebook – Das It Mane

    [2]Tumblr – Das It Mane

    [3]


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  • 12/27/13--16:05: Upworthy Title Parodies
  • [Work in progress]

    About

    Upworthy Title Parodies are titles mocking those used on content highlighted on the viral media site Upworthy.[1]

    Origin

    On October 4th, 2013, the Internet humor site CollegeHumor published several mock Upworthy titles for various historical events, including Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech, the crucifixion of Jesus and the extinction of the dinosaurs (shown below).



    Spread

    On November 17th, Funny or Die. The same day, the Upworthy Generator was launched, featuring (shown below).

    Notable Examples

    Search Interest

    External References

    [1]UpWorthy – UpWorthy

    [2]Funny or Die – "":

    [3]College Humor – If Upworthy Existed Throughout History


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  • 12/29/13--07:19: Studio Ghibli


  • About

    Studio Ghibli is a Japanese anime film studio first founded in 1985, and is responsible for a number of famous animated films, such as Spirited Away, Princess Mononoke and My Neighbor Totoro. Since it’s creation, the studio has garnered a large online following, especially among the anime fandom.

    History

    Studio Ghibli was first founded on June 15, 1985 by Hayao Miyazaki, Isao Takahata, Toshio Suzuki and Yasuyoshi Tokuma, after the success of the 1984 film Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind. After the release of a number of successful films, most notably Grave of The Fireflies, Kiki’s Delivery Service and My Neighbor Totoro, Ghibli went on to give the Disney Corporation the rights to publish Ghibli’s animated movies internationally in August 1996, with the condition that no cuts are made to the films, a move made in response to the heavy edits made to Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind, which was released in America as Warriors of the Wind. The studio has since continued to release animated films, which have gone on to recieve critical acclaim.

    Reception

    Studio Ghibli and it’s films have gone on to receive worldwide critical acclaim from critics, and have received a number of awards. Ghibli’s animated films Kiki’s Delivery Service, Only Yesterday, Porco Rosso, Pom Poko and Whisper of the Heart were the highest-grossing films in Japan in the years 1989, 1991, 1992, 1994 and 1995 respectively, and all 5 won numerous awards in Japan. Spirited Away, released in North America on September 20, 2002, went on to be one of the most successful Japanese films of all time, grossing over $274 million worldwide, as well as celebrating popularity in the U.S. despite little marketing. The film is also the only anime winner of the Academy Award for best Animated Feature.

    Online Relevance

    Studio Ghibli has garnered a significant online following since it’s founding, especially within the anime fandom, with it’s films spawning large fandoms.. The company has a significant presence on anime related sites, as well as on sites such as Tumblr[1], Reddit[2], 4chan’s /a/ (Anime and Manga) board[3], Fanpop[4], My Anime List[5], DeviantART[6][7]. There are numerous sites holding information of the company, such as the Ghibli wiki[8], TV Tropes[9] and Anime News Network[10]. The Studio Ghibli fan Facebook page also has over 295,000 likes[11].

    Highlights

    Hayao Miyazaki



    Hayao Miyazaki[12] is a critically acclaimed film director, and co-founder of Studio Ghibli, who is known for directing a number of the studio’s more popular films. Due to his role in the studio, he has garnered a large online fanbase, who has a large presence on a number of sites.
    On September 6, 2013 Miyazaki officially confirmed his retirement from directing, stating that he wanted to make room for new animators, instead moving on to working on the Ghibli museum in Tokyo, and illustrating manga. The story was soon picked up by news sites such as The Guardian[13], Kotaku[14], BBC News[15] and Anime News Network[16].

    Balse



    Balse is an incantation featured within the 1986 Miyazaki film Castle In The Sky, used to destroy the flying castle Laputa. The phrase is often invoked on sites such as 2channel and Twitter during the film’s annual broadcast on Japanese Television.

    Totoro Bus Stop Parodies



    Totoro Bus Stop Parodies Is a meme parodying the famous scene out of the 1988 Miyazaki film My Neighbor Totoro, in which characters Satsuki and Mei are shown standing at a bus stop in the rain, waiting for their Father’s bus to arrive, when Forest Spirit Totoro arrives using a leaf as protection against the rain. The scene has spawned a number of fan illustration, featuring characters from other fandoms.

    Search Interest

    References


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    About:

    Hungaromém (also spelled as Hungaro-mém or Hungaromeme), or Hungarizált Mémek (literally “Hungarianized Memes”) is a regional meme in Hungary which appeared around early January 2013. It generally consists of photoshopping a black, curvy mustache onto various characters and adding a Hungarian caption or modifying the existing one, but in a faux language style which could be considered rural, gentlemanlish, gipsy-like or somewhat archaic to modern-day urbanized audiences.

    The meme was initially applied to rage/reaction faces and other meme characters, but soon arbitrary character/entity depictions followed, using for example screen captures, posters, photos or even logos. Some instances of the meme are not simple image macros, but highly photoshopped or redrawn images with a “Hungarian” theme added.

    It has to be noted that a lot of common memes were “Hungarianized” before the appearance of Hungaromém (most famously by the visitors of Hungary’s equivalent of 4chan, lohere.net), but they didn’t involve the exaggerated/parodic style of grammar that the meme utilizes.

    Origin:

    The first instance of Hungaromém, using ’60s Spider-Man, was uploaded to a Tumblr blog named TERMINÁL[1] by the user helloanevemb (literally “hellomynameisb”) sometime in January 2013. The blog has since been deleted.



    This first image was made using Meme Generator‘s “Spider-Man Approves” template, having the caption “A csudálatos/Pauk-embör”, which translates to “The Amazing Spider-Man” (referring to the official Hungarian title for the 2012 movie), written in a faux-rural grammar style. A stylistically similar English rendering would be something like "The Bewilderin’ Cob-Lad".

    Spread:

    The original image from Terminál was reposted by multiple pages and people on and off Facebook presumably starting from around the 14th of January. The initial repost was most probably made on the 14th, on humorous/parody Facebook pages SzuperBlog[2] and 1 millióan a Csillámfaszlámákért[3], the latter sharing from the former, and combined, the two reposts received several hundred shares and likes as of December 2013.

    Outside of Facebook, humorous image collection site NyúltamPontCom[4] also reposted the same image on the same day. In the following days and weeks, similar low-profile humor sites/blogs also reposted it, Bigyócsárda.com[5] on the 15th, Szilvásbukta.com[6] on the 16th, Mindentaszemnek.com[7] on the 17th, the newly-created Hungarizált Mémek[8] around the 4th of February, Mi folyik itt?[9] on the 9th, and Erős Pista[10] sometime in March. The original image was also posted on the personal blog FZ blog[11] as early as the 14th of January.

    A Facebook user account[12] with the name A Csudálatos Pauk-embör was created on the 16th of January. Two Facebook pages with the name Hungarizált Mémek were created in January, the first one (facebook.com/HungarizaltMemek) on the 27th[13], and the second one (facebook.com/hungaromemhu) on the 28th[14]. As of December 2013, the former had more than 4200 likes, and the latter had over 74000 likes. The latter page was extended into an image collection website named Hungarizált Mémek[15] (hungaromem.hu) at an unknown date, its initial post being the original Spider-Man Hungaromém. A third Facebook page was created with the name Hungaro-Mém Hungarizált Mémek (facebook.com/HungarizaltMem) on the 3rd of February[16], and it was extended into a blog named Hungaro Mém (hungaromem.blog.hu) on the 4th[17]. Another image collection site named HungaroMém (hungaromem.net) was started on the same day[18].

    Before the second half of February, the aforementioned Facebook pages and image collection sites already posted a large number of (partially user-submitted) Hungaromém images, some following the image macro format, some entirely differing from it, but all using the same theme of humorous grammar change. As the idea spread, the meme was applied to screen captures or posters of movies and TV series, whereas an overlay text caption relevant to the movie/series was added. The caption would either refer to the title of the work, or in rarer cases, to a quote, the plot or a character. Also there were some images that didn’t follow the strict rules of the original “image macro with mustache” format, for example modified logos which were made to bear a curvy mustache, an alternatively spelled trademark and occasionally a “Hungarianized” slogan. Some of the Hungaromém images were made by entirely reimagining a certain concept, for example a title card of a show.

    Early coverage of the meme included a post on science-fiction blog SF.blog as early as the 15th of January[19], a personal blog post and it’s associated thread on IT portal LOGOUT.hu‘s BLOGOUT section on the 17th[20], and a thread on IT/tech portal SG.hu’s forum SG Fórum on the 23th[21]. A Facebook page named Hungaro-mém (facebook.com/pages/Hungaro-mém) was launched on the 4th of February[22], which claimed being related to both the Logout.hu and the SG.hu forum thread.

    The meme began to be generally considered overused in February, whereas it started to receive mainstream coverage, which included an article on the Tech column of Hungary’s biggest news portal Index[23] on the 31th of January, and another follow-up Tech article[24] (admitting the rapid evolution of the meme’s original format) on the 8th of February. Art and design blog Usual Visual[25], being under the domain of Transindex, Index’s Transsylvanian sister portal, covered the meme on the 4th of February, including a mustache template. According to this blog, there was another Hungaromém Facebook page[26] (facebook.com/HungaroMem) which was created on the 19th of January, and which already had more than 32000 likes on the 4th of February, but this page can’t be found now. Regional news site Pannon Krónika[27] also covered the meme in its Culture column on the 25th of February. The article stated that the “creators’ Facebook page” received more than 70000 likes in two weeks, but it didn’t stated which page was it.

    The 5th installment of Magyar AMV Rettenet[28] (literally “Hungarian AMV Terribleness”, a Hungarian project similar to AMV Hell) debuted on the 6th of April at Spring MondoCon 2013, and in addition to using Hungaromém images between individual clips, it featured a segment which was edited to have a Hungaromém-appropriate theme both in visuals and music.

    Notable Examples

    Search Interest


    External References

    [1]Tumblr – TERMINÁL – A csudálatos pauk-embör (no longer available)

    [2]Facebook – Post of SzuperBlog page

    [3]Facebook – Post of 1 millióan a Csillámfaszlámákért page

    [4]NyúltamPontCom – Post of NyúltamPontCom

    [5]Bigyócsárda.com – A csudálatos Pauk-embör

    [6]Szilvásbukta.com – A csudálatos

    [7]Mindentaszemnek.com – Post of Mindentaszemnek.com

    [8]Hungarizált Mémek (hungaromem.hu) – A csudálatos Pauk-embör

    [9]Mi folyik itt? – A csudálatos Pauk-embör

    [10]Erős Pista – A csudálatos Pauk-embör

    [11]FZ blog – A csudálatos Pauk-embör

    [12]Facebook – A Csudálatos Pauk-embör profile

    [13]Facebook – Hungarizált Mémek (facebook.com/HungarizaltMemek) page

    [14]Facebook – Hungarizált Mémek (facebook.com/hungaromemhu) page

    [15]Hungarizált Mémek (hungaromem.hu) – Site

    [16]Facebook – Hungaro-Mém Hungarizált Mémek (facebook.com/HungarizaltMem) page

    [17]Hungaro Mém (hungaromem.blog.hu) – Site

    [18]HungaroMém (hungaromem.net) – Site

    [19]SF.blog – A csudálatos Pauk-embör

    [20]LOGOUT.hu – Hungarizált mémek post and thread (post no longer available, thread is available at a different URL)

    [21]SG Fórum – Hungaro-mém thread

    [22]Facebook – Hungaro-mém (facebook.com/pages/Hungaro-mém) page

    [23]Index – Magyar netre magyar mémet!

    [24]Index – Ellepték a filmeket a bajuszok

    [25]Usual Visual – Tarol a hungaro-mém

    [26]Facebook – facebook.com/HungaroMem page

    [27]Pannon Krónika – Mémáradat: bajuszok lepték el a netet

    [28]YouTube – Magyar AMV Rettenet 5 (CONpatibilis verzió)


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