Know Your Meme’s Internet scientist Forest takes an in-depth look at this year’s meme tour de force “My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic” and its unlikely fan base known as Bronies.
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What you call “funny faces” we call an astute form of expression that encompasses every subtle nuance within the entire range of human emotion. So suck on that.
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According to Google Images data, Australia’s latest craze “planking” is the most popular photo meme that involves people lying on the floor, surpassing Lying Down Game (UK) and Playing Dead (S. Korea).
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Senate Minority Whip Jon Kyl put forth a that Planned Parenthood, a maternal and child health service organization, spent 90% of its budget towards abortion-related activities. Kyl’s spokespeople clarified that his claim was “not intended to be a factual statement.”
Anti-Zombie Fortress is the nickname given to an abandoned coal mine in Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan, mainly due to its unique structural design that can be seen as highly impervious to zombie raids. While the mine shaft has become a popular destination in Japan for haiyakos (廃虚) or “urban excursion of abandoned buildings” since the mid-2000s, photographs of the tower became a subject of “anti-zombie” parodies and online discussions via social news hubsite Reddit in early April 2011.
Poor girl who uploaded videos of her singing has become object of online derision.
She’s now a celebrity in the worst way.
Fat kid becomes internet hero.
Kind of verging on Gilbert Gottfried territory.
One of hundreds that have emerged in the wake of “Friday.”
On March 1st, Charlie Sheen (@CharlieSheen) joined Twitter. In just over 24 hours he gained 1 million followers (the fastest in Twitter’s history) and notable Charlie Sheen quotes like “Tiger blood” and “Winning” have been trending. According to For…
The origin of a Polish phrase that’s become synonymous with failure.
Are You A Wizard? An important question.
New meme based on an awkward Spanish language interview with Anthony Hopkins.
In the past week, we’ve been talking over e-mails with Blake Boston, also known as Scumbag Steve on the Internets.
“Bread Man” is an image of one of the protesters in Egypt, displaying his unique head gear.