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The Girl Yelling at a Yak image (the yak being commonly confused as a horse or a cow) is used most commonly as a popular image macro with the superimposed text, “INTERNET ARGUMENT!” to mock purposeless or hopeless flame wars or the text ""我己经回过贴了" to sarcastically say “I already answered your post!” on Chinese websites. It is also seen as a “funny image” all across the internet.
The most popular version of the picture on English-speaking websites.
The most popular version of the picture on Chinese-speaking websites (English: “I already answered your post!”).
Ridiculing flame wars is common on the internet, as one popular, albeit insensitive, demotivational poster summarizes:
Arguing on the internet is like running in the Special Olympics.
Even if you win, you’re still retarded.
The origins of the photograph are currently unknown. However, the image macro has been around as early as May 21, 2007. (NSFW link)
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