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Joined Nov 02, 2009 at 07:58PM EST



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Then I discovered internet memes, and I’ve been entertained ever since!

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Commented on Billy Herrington / Gachimuchi

Aniki X Broken Moon

Aniki X Chrono Trigger

Aniki X Native Faith

Mar 08, 2010 at 03:30PM EST

Commented on People Die If They Are Killed

This is a meme. Although it is an unconventional one, it

-Stands on it’s own
-Has been parodied
-Is referenced beyond it’s point of origin

As far as I know, that’s all you need

Mar 07, 2010 at 05:14PM EST

Commented on Billy Herrington / Gachimuchi

Aniki X Seikan Hikou

Flight of the Bamboo Cutter X Aniki. Notice the use of Spanking Precussion

Mar 07, 2010 at 05:09PM EST

Commented on Billy Herrington / Gachimuchi

My, My, here’s a place to dump all my aniki videos

Bad Aniki

Aniki X Nursery Rhyme (Japanese Dating Sim) OP

New World Symphony X Aniki (New World Aniki)

Aniki X Little Busters

Mar 07, 2010 at 05:03PM EST

Commented on The Cake is a Lie

Look, a meme is any cultural object that inspires copies, parodies. The cake is a lie is a catchphrase, yes, but it is parodied, and therefore it is a meme. The way Dawkins intended.

Dec 28, 2009 at 11:11PM EST

Commented on Marisa Stole the Precious Thing

For example, this song is by the doujin group IOSYS.

It represents the nature of Touhou, as official canon depicts alice as cold hearted and cruel, but Fanon portrays her as more lovestruck. It shows the intresting dynamic between ZUN and the fanbase. In fact, Touhou’s popularity can be traced back to similar principles. It’s popular because people, fans, are involved. ZUN himself provides minimal infromation. While the characters, and the music, they all seem very appealing, theres just ‘not enough’ Touhou. So, people make up their own ‘Touhou’, and the two become one. In the case of Touhou, ‘Canon’ and ‘Fanon’ are near indistinguishable. Because what makes Touhou great is, ironically, it’s imperfections. It’s not just a work. It’s a Genre in itself

Nov 02, 2009 at 08:12PM EST

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