Whatever they say, Inmufags are nothing more than cocksucker getting savage laugh by ridiculing gay people. And make the matters worse, many of them, mainly stupid teenagers, too often troll non-Inmu videos by their favourite dirty jokes. Of course, both Inmu videos and Inmufags never contribute to NND’s benefit. So, Inmu meme is a totally annoying presence for NND’s admins, they are willing to kick it away.
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Not all NND users are worried about it, but Inmufags are. As you may notice, UNEI is Inmu-style acronym which means NND’s “administrators” (運営, unei). That’s because they have strong frustration against NND’s administrators doing arbitrary deletions to Inmu videos. In particular, admin’s large deletion of Inmu videos in July 2012 is dubbed Homocaust and created strong animosity on Inmufags. Meanwhile, wrestling series videos keep alive on NND in spite of same gay porn videos. Recently, Airmoto videos are...
I see. It’s understandable that those kind of incidents has been already predictable topics in Chinese-speaking web. Even Japanese web is no exception. Nowadays, most of Japanese people who enjoy making/watching MADs for anime, entertainment or socio-political topics are childish teenagers. No other people pay any attention to it. > mainlanders letting kids take a poop on the train and still think it is alright THIS IS THE MAINLANDERS. Hahaha
Thanks. That makes sense. Those AcFun users seem minorities. So, it’s not so popular Chinese internet users reaction against hot social, political and entertainment topics to make sarcastic or parody video/musical remixes utilizing them? I remember “Bus Uncle” (巴士阿叔) and “A woman missed her flight at the boarding gate HKIA” (在香港赤臘角機場登機門錯失班機的女子) have several amount of those kind of remixes. But the types of most Chinese memes seem mere catchphrases or photoshoped pictures.
Indeed, pixiv has over 12,000 illustrations tagged under this video game. But those are pure fanwork, not internet memes, fads or something went viral. I basically think we don’t need subculture entries for documenting pure fanwork. If catchphrases, video parodies/MADs, or something notable pop out from its TV anime series that begins in this July, we’ll need to work for them. Until then, we don’t need to do nothing for this video game. This is my thought.
According to niconico Pedia, No Regets (巾幗梟雄之義海豪情) hasn’t been aired in Japan. But, a few of NND users know AcFun users had posted KUSO videos utilizing this scene below around 2010-2011 because some of them are reuploaded to NND. AcFun WIKI – 梁非凡 bilibili.tv – 梁非凡 As bilibili.tv (AcFun) is very influenced by NND’s MAD culture, we can find some common manners in both of them. His nickname “屎之妖精” (Fairy of Shit) reminds me of Billy “Fairy of Forest” Herrington. But I don’t know that the amount of...
That’s because of the rumor that he died around 2004-2006 by HIV. Similar to saints in Christian, people sometimes becomes god after his/her death in Japanese religious beliefs. So this is sarcasm to his death.
Please clean-up Tako Luka videos. Duplicated:http://knowyourmeme.com/videos/64592http://knowyourmeme.com/videos/14120http://knowyourmeme.com/videos/13962http://knowyourmeme.com/videos/13963http://knowyourmeme.com/videos/13965 These videos are already posted to Shiteyanyo’s video gallery. Deleted:http://knowyourmeme.com/videos/13961http://knowyourmeme.com/videos/14119
Edit it, please. (編集して、どうぞ)
These my opinion: I clearly say no to making vocaloid song entries in KYM. There are over 100 vocaloid songs which video has million page views in niconico and so many fanworks. But these are mere commercially succeeded songs, never internet memes. You think we need every single pop music songs popping-up on the hit charts for documenting boring lip-dub, reaction or singing cover fandom for it? This is a terribly bad idea. For vocaloid songs, it’s work of Vocaloid wiki or other web sites. We should...
Yeah, I don’t deny that KYM need to have an entry for this drama. What I want to say is we need to only transcribe descriptions from those other web sites because those articles are perfect and there is no space for the internet meme database to expand descriptions about it.
> Konoki Nannoki (What kind of tree is this?) That’s because this song is well-known TVCM song running for many decades by Japanese electronics company HITACHI. We Japanese have heard that song for many times in our life. And as you can watch on this video gallery below, This TVCM series always features big monkeypod trees. http://www.hitachinoki.net/tvcm/movie/chronology_cm.html?cmNum=9
The Gendo Pose As the parent entry was launched, I gave an recent format to this old confirmed entry. Unfortunately, there is nothing else I can do. Please someone give more better description to this entry.
Hmm, I want to leave Inmu entries to you guys. Of course, I can do some assists for you making entries whenever you want. But I’m not so enthusiastic to it. I’m not interested in Inmu world so much. On the other hand, as far as I’m concerned, Guts Pose Inmu-kun Series is suitable to being documented in KYM because it’s the same type fad to “Guile’s Theme Goes Everything” and it’s quite easy to understand.
Hello, Inmuchū. hahaha > Cyclops Senpai Cyclops Senpai became a fad among Inmufags as a resource for OTO MADs around the summer of 2012. This name comes from a package picture of a gay porn video, in which a man with silver body painting is wearing a goggle (correctly, that is a head mount display). (NSWF!!*) Package picture There was no description about this gay porn actor. But Inmufags found this video in 2011 and identified he was Yaju Senpai by his high-pitched breathy voice they had been...
Several years ago DPF sent me a PM asking me to make the Train Man article together. But I begged off. Train Man was a huge internet phenomena in 2004-2005 as shown by that Wikipedia article. There is no doubt about it. Not a few 2channel (not 2chan) users paid an attention to a series of Train Man threads in those days. However, all of them wasn’t supportive to that guy. Some of them, including me, were quite skeptic against the story. That’s because there were many contrarieties in the story told by...
Yeah, Audio dubbing videos utilizing sharp and groovy dances in Bollywood films are popular style of MAD video on NND. And those are under the influence of Tunak Tunak Tun Dance that also became popular on NND around 2007. Unfortunately, NND has no specific tags for those style of videos. We need some techniques to list up them in search results like this below. Search results for ナンにでも合う OR ナンとカレーな踊り -トゥルトゥルダダダ Popular Source videos are: Shankar Dada MBBS Shankar Dada MBBS – Wikipedia, the free...
1st OP theme Cagayake!GIRLS was especially popular among Train MADs creators. On the other hand, the 2nd season OP theme GO!GO!MANIAC has several hundreds parody videos. KYM will not be able to deadpool entries for both of them even though those are mere an inside fad in NND. Yatte Yaru Desu (ヤッテヤルデス), an illustration fad of a creepy creature delivered from Azusa, may be a minor fad, lacking of notability for documentation. And Fistful Of Yen may be a sub-meme. These are all I can think of.
5th Gen was announced in February, 2012. New Mods! | Site-Related Discussion | Know Your Meme Yeah, I’ve already got a moderatorship unofficially in November 2011 prior to 5th Gen mods. So, I’m 4.5th Gen.
LEVEL UP! However, once you become a moderator, you can’t help disliking DUBAI.