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Premature Peter is an advice animal image macro series featuring a photo of a teenage boy with captions describing scenarios which may lead to premature ejaculation. After being posted on several sites, the images were taken down due to the subject’s age and complaints from his parents.
Redditor xJDRAGx submitted a post titled “Unfortunate” to the /r/funny subreddit on December 4th, 2012, which featured a school photograph of a teenage boy with only part of his shirt visible displaying the words “I Came” (shown below). Within 48 hours, the post received over 20,200 views and 240 comments. The same day, Redditor mtldrummr112 submitted a post titled “Premature Peter” to the /r/AdviceAnimals subreddit, which featured an image macro of the school photo with the caption “She licked my earlobe aaand…” Within 48 hours, the post received over 13,500 up votes and 250 comments.
On December 4th, Redditor Stephen_foster submitted a post titled “Pre-Premature Peter” to the /r/AdviceAnimals subreddit, featuring the Premature Peter photo with Andy Samberg’s head superimposed from the “Jizz in my Pants” music video (shown below). Within 48 hours, the post received over 2,400 up votes. On the following day, the Internet humor site 9gag reposted Redditor Stephen_foster’s image, receiving over 13,000 up votes and 3,500 Facebook shares within 24 hours.
Also on December 5th, the original school photograph was published on the Cheezburger site Memebase, receving over 130 reblogs and 150 Facebook shares in 22 hours. On December 6th, The Daily Dot removed a story titled “Premature Peter Explodes on Reddit,” replacing the article with an update informing readers that it had been pulled after receiving a request made by the subject’s parents. The same day, Quickmeme removed the gallery view for Premature Peter but left the individual image pages intact. As of December 6th, 2012, there have been 110 posts submitted to Reddit including the phrase “premature Peter.”
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