Joined Feb 09, 2012 at 07:06AM EST
Those flowers are supposed to smell like rotting corpses.
Yes I am!
Uploaded an image to Serbia Strong / Remove Kebab.
i keep staring at his face and i keep thinking he’s one of the dwarves from the hobbit lol
Racist or not I just think it’s funny.
Why didn’t he just roll the boulder?
Aw damn, this is tragic.
what the fuck is that dog doing sleeping in the sheets
Definitely a meme, doesn’t deserve to be D’d. Though needs heavy heavy work.
To Love-Ru is super interesting.
ITT: People who never heard of OFWGKTA
“Vidya” as a word should enter common usage and the formal vocabulary, not even kidding.
Laughed for hours.
Y’gotta wonder if the head is replacable.
He fought against one of the immortal ancient races, has got a nearly indestructible body and still died in WWII? Serious business.
Although not from the internet, this is indeed a very famous picture.
Uhh, guys, I think it’s satire.
Uploaded an image to Touhou Project (東方Project).
Also, from what I can remember, the first appearance of Shrek as an internet phenomenon dates to the deviantART user JadaGirl0987, who made a crossover fic of Shrek and Shadow the Hedgehog. It was adapted into a hillarious comic: http://cmara.deviantart.com/art/Shadow-begs-Shrek-150746720 which has gained notoriety over 4chan.
Then a few years later, someone(presumably from /int/ or /mu/) made Shrekchan because… fuck, I don’t even know why, and then advertised it on those boards. Cue all the Ogre puns and memes and all of this.
Seriously, why Shrekchan was created all of a sudden will be one of the greatest mysteries of life to me. But it was sure funny as hell.
Oh finally, I’ve been waiting for someone to submit this.
You know, it’s funny. I’ve always been wondering what’s with the Internet’s sudden fascination for the Shrek franchise. I mean, sure, everyone’s seen the movies, but they were always a fad of the week, something you’d watch in cinemas and then forget about the next day. They don’t have that lasting impact to make them important throughout history, really.
So I see this fascination, this stream of memes as an attempt to give Shrek a spotlight and try to make him relevant, not for just a week, but historically. So far it’s doing a pretty good job as Shrek seems to be applicable to just about anything, and is a sort of condiment you’d spread on other memes, and not really full meme material by itself.