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“Y’all Got Anymore of…” is an expression typically used on discussion forums to request for additional information on a particular topic of interest, or more generally, to indicate one’s intense craving for something. Originally quoted by the drug fiending character Tyrone Biggums in Chappelle’s Show, the phrase is often iterated as a reaction image based on a still shot of Dave Chappelle’s character and the phrasal template "Y’all any more of them / X?”
The meme had its first break-out in December 2013, when Redditor abdullah10 submitted an image macro joking about asking for WiFi passwords to the /r/AdviceAnimals subreddit, where it gained over 1,400 up votes in three months (shown below, left). On January 4th, 2014, Redditor Baddabink posted a Tyrone Biggums image macro to /r/AdviceAnimals mocking the practice of constantly refreshing Reddit while it is down (shown below, right). In two months, the post accumulated more than 13,000 up votes and 90 comments.
On February 28th, Redditor jlmawp submitted a Dave Chappelle Crackhead image macro complaining about cold weather in Chicago, Illinois to /r/AdviceAnimals (shown below, left). On March 4th, Redditor mathemagician117 posted a low-resolution image macro with the caption “Y’all got any more of them / pixels” to /r/AdviceAnimals (shown below, right). In the first month, the posts garnered upwards of 33,600 and 11,900 up votes respectively. On March 7th, Redditor mathemagician117’s image macro was reposted on 9gag.
On March 18th, Redditor Masshole224 submitted an image macro criticizing conspiracy theories regarding the missing Malaysian Airlines flight to /r/AdviceAnimals, gathering over 11,200 up votes and 190 comments in two weeks (shown below, left). On April 1st, Redditor aakme posted an image macro joking about asking his female roommates to set him up with their friends to /r/AdviceAnimals (shown below, right). In less than 24 hours, the post accumulated upwards of 16,200 up votes and 400 comments.
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