You Win This Time!

You Win This Time!

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Updated Sep 18, 2012 at 01:50PM EDT by Triple Zed.

Added May 21, 2012 at 03:30PM EDT by Enderson.

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About

The You Win This Time! face is a rage comic ccharacter used to reluctantly or angrily admit defeat. Primarily used by Spanish-speaking users, it is somewhat similar in design to the Sweet Jesus Face featured in English-language rage comics.

Origin

The face first appeared in a rage comic shared on the Spanish-language humor site Cuánto Cabrón[1] on February 11th, 2011. In the comic, a student is shown thinking “Math exam…I haven’t even studied…but they’re just numbers” followed by a panel of equations with letters. A trollface teacher appears in third panel saying “As you can see, the test is very simple for those who have studied.” The final panel shows the frustrated student admitting that the teacher has won this time and that he should have studied. The comic received a positive score of 3020 out of 5112 votes.



Spread

In April 2011, a Facebook fan page[4] was created for the face, which has gained nearly 131,000 likes as of June 2012. On October 26th, 2011, an exploitable rage comic template (shown below, left) was posted to deviantArt[6], with the uploader’s note that it was not his original work. The face was added to the rage comic-related blogs All The Rage Faces![3] on November 5th, 2011 and to The Rage Faces[5] on December 5th. On January 8th, 2012, one of the earliest English-language iterations featuring the face appeared in a Harry Potter-themed comic (shown below, right) posted on FunnyJunk.[2] Comics continue to be posted on Cuánto Cabrón with the tag You Win This Time.[7]



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Search Interest

Though “You win this time” is a common phrase, search interest began to pick up in the months following the creation of the first comic, hitting an all-time high in March 2012.



External References

[1]Cuánto Cabrón – You Win / 2-11-2011

[2]FunnyJunk – Troll voldemort

[3]All The Rage Faces! – You Win This Time!

[4]Facebook – YOU WIN THIS TIME

[5]The Rage Faces – You Win This Time!

[6]deviantArt – You Win This Time

[7]Cuánto Cabrón – Posts tagged “you win this time”

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