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franco alencastro's Forum Posts
but then again, a repetitive formula is sometimes lame. oh forget it, let’s go play eksbawks.
you see. it’s like milhouse is not a meme. milhouse might not be a meme, but “milhouse is not a meme” is a meme. therefore: “repetitive formula” is repetitive (but it) isn’t lame. “repetitive formula is repetitive” is lame.
no cap’n, repetitive formula is repetitive, but it isn’t lame. repetitive formula is repetitive is lame.
…have you taken it? I stopped at one tenth. Then i spent the next two hours re-thinking my life, crying, puking and considering suicide. I’m not kidding.
awful entry WAS awful. chris saved it.
made the entry. still need some research though.
maybe we should make an entry then.
is that a meme? i think the first one was “successful troll is successful” which was a spoof of “Longcat is looong”.
david hasselhof costume: -take off your shirt - greasy burger -cut some of your hair and glue it in your chest( maybe take some hair from grandpa’s whig) -lie on the floor, looking ridiculous and letting parts of your burger fall on the ground and then eating them.
hey. tea time is different. it’s awesome.
I noticed an increase in the number of deadpools. maybe we should put on the site’s frontpage an advice stating that this site is not one where you can create a random entry about your ugly dog or some fatty with googley eyes. to tell them that this is a serious(sort of) site that serves the purpose of researching and expplaining the origines of memes. and most important of all, to tell them that posting an entry does not make it a meme. (inplicit: kill them wth fire)
/b/ recently started to suck. now it’s just a bunch of nerds who show their dicks and praise flapjack.
i made the entry.
essa eu não conhecia :)
now it is at 94%
this meme is the equivalent to “it’s a trap” in brazil. it is tremendously popular in desciclopédia(the brazilian uncyclopedia, or, in terms of popularity, encyclopedia dramatica). nearly each article quotes the meme in the case of a trap. however i am not sure if i should make an entry for it, because there are no variations, it is hard to trace it’s origins and it is a textual meme(although it made out of the internet and reached the oral language in brazil).
this is a smaller meme, but a meme nonetheless. it has originated in the brazilian tv series “Carga pesada”, in which a character named pedro warns a friend about a trap while they are driving. I’ll post some info later.
my mistake. bump!