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  • 09/24/09--23:51: Aaaaaaaa
  • Aaaa

    Aaaaaaaa are a series of image macros and photoshops in which the first letter of the English (or Latin) alphabet “A” is nonsensically repeated many times. These images are often used as either a shock reaction or else in a “shitposting” manner to derail threads. The string of text is also often spammed in chat streams or in text-to-speech engines.

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    Donald Trump’s Alleged Sexual Encounter with Stormy Daniels refers to the scandal surrounding the revelation that Donald Trump had sex with porn star Stormy Daniels in 2006, a year after he married Melania Trump, and his campaign during the 2016 United States Presidential Election paid Daniels $130,000 to not speak of it.

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    Channelawesometeamshot

    Channel Awesome Implosion refers to damaging stories spread about the business practices of Channel Awesome, a network of YouTube content creators whose most prominent member is The Nostalgia Critic. In March of 2018, previous contributors to the network began describing their experiences within the network, particularly with the management, namely Mike Michaud, Doug Walker (The Nostalgia Critic), and his brother, Rob Walker. Massive backlash to the channel ensued, as well as an apology from Channel Awesome that many dismissed as insufficient.

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    Crowder

    Steven Crowder’s “Change My Mind” Campus Sign is a photograph of conservative podcaster Steven Crowder seated behind a sign that reads “Male Privilege is a myth / Change My Mind” outside of Texas Christian University. Since its upload via Crowder’s Twitter account in February 2018, the photograph has been turned into an exploitable template for online parodies.

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  • 04/25/12--12:55: Anime / Manga
  • Astro_boy

    Anime is the Japanese abbreviated pronunciation of “animation”, and Manga is a Japanese term used to refer to any comic. In English-speaking countries, anime refers to a style of animation originating in Japan, characterized by colorful graphics and often featuring themes intended for an adult audience, and manga it has been mainly associated to the comics made in Japan, and the style they often use. The intended meaning of the word ‘anime’ sometimes varies, depending on the context.

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  • 10/17/14--22:49: Deadmau5
  • Maxresdefault

    Deadmau5 is a Canadian electronic music producer and known troll. His trademark mau5 is currently in a legal dispute with Disney. Learn more on KYM.

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  • 03/28/18--12:23: American Chopper Argument
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    American Chopper Argument refers to a scene from American reality-television show American Chopper in which Paul Teutul Sr. and Paul Teutul Jr. get in a shouting match about Jr.’s tardiness. Several years after the scene aired in 2009, it was turned into an exploitable comic where the subject of their argument is changed.

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  • 03/02/18--08:03: Savage Patrick
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    Savage Patrick (sometimes referred to as Evil Patrick or Angry Patrick) refers to a still image of Patrick Star from Spongebob Squarepants looking as though he’s in the midst of a maniacally evil chuckle.

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  • 04/25/18--09:30: Lord Farquaad / Markiplier E
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    Lord Farquaad / Markiplier E refers to a deep fried image of the face YouTube Let’s Player Markiplier photoshopped onto the head of Lord Farquaad from Shrek with the letter “E” in impact font overlaying the image. Later edits posted the face over an image of Mark Zuckerberg’s Congressional Hearings. The character was then edited in several templates referencing the absurdity of modern memes.

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    I Can't Believe You've Done This refers to a viral video of an English teen starting a video, getting punched in the face, and replying "Ah fuck, I can't believe you've done this!" The video was celebrated for the understated way with which the teen says the line, which people saw as a very "British" response to getting punched.

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    Where’s That Damn Fourth Chaos Emerald? is a line spoken by the character Shadow the Hedgehog in the 2005 video game of the same name. Due to the way the line was delivered, it has become a popular in-joke in the Sonic the Hedgehog fanbase.

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    Gainesville_shooting

    At approximately 2:00 p.m. EST on February 14th, 2018, a gunman opened fire at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Initial news reports indicated that 14 people had been hospitalized do to injuries from the attack.

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  • 05/30/18--14:58: Despacito 2
  • Bec_1_

    Despacito 2 refers to a series of images and videos that revolve around a sequel to the song Despacito. The meme generally takes the form of a "breaking news" parody, in which a cultural or historical figure of authority is either confirming the release or delay of the song.

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  • 12/04/17--12:42: Fortnite
  • Maxresdefault

    Fortnite is a survival co-op video game developed by Epic Games and People Can Fly for macOS, Windows, Xbox, and Playstation 4. It is described by Epic Games as a cross between Minecraft and Left 4 Dead.

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  • 06/28/18--11:27: Slaps Roof of Car
  • Car

    Slaps Roof of Car is a popular phrasal template featuring a mock conversation between a car salesman and potential buy in which the salesman emphasizes the phrase "this bad boy can fit so much X in it" by slapping the roof of the car. The phrase is frequently used as the caption to an illustration of a car salesman and the buyer.

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  • 09/04/14--05:04: GamerGate
  • Gamergate

    GamerGate refers to the online backlash against perceived breaches of journalistic integrity on video game news sites that came to light in the wake of the "Quinnspiracy," a precursory controversy surrounding indie game developer Zoe Quinn's alleged affairs with a number of men working in the video game industry, including Kotaku staff writer Nathan Grayson. Upon its eruption in 2014, the term has since been used to describe the group of internet users, based mainly on Twitter, who claim that there is a lack of transparency within the video game journalism industry.

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