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Benjamin Aidoo Of Ghana's Dancing Pallbearers Shares His Experience With Inspiring The Coffin Dance Meme
After a viral video of his company's funeral service became 2020's first big meme, Aidoo sat down with us to discuss the impacts of the Coffin Dance on his life, where the tradition originated and how he plans to use his newfound fame to help the world.
Kiana McMillian, Owner Of Inkky From The “Screaming Cat" Meme, Lets The Proverbial Cat Out Of The Bag
It’s no secret that the internet is filled with pictures of cats. But every so often, one of these photos ascends into another realm. Kiana McMillian is the owner of one such feline legend, named Inkky, so we interviewed her to learn more about the story behind the meme.
Justin Whang Demystifies The Origins Of His “Tales From The Internet” YouTube Series As We Recap His History With The Web
Over the last few years, YouTuber Justin Whang has captivated viewers with his online series that looks into some of the internet's most fascinating stories. We sat down with him to learn more about his backstory, how his channel began and a little bit of everything else.
Andy Milonakis Discusses His Ascension Into Twitter Legend, The Origins Of His Career And Why He Wants SpongeBob Memes To Die Already
When most people hear the name Andy Milonakis, memories of his theme song begin swirling around almost automatically, but the comedian, actor and musician has had a lot more on his mind since 2005 other than peas. We caught up with him to learn more about his backstory, memes and what he's been up to lately.
Ice Poseidon Recaps The Rise And Fall Of His Career As A Streamer And How He Plans To Distance Himself From A Controversial Past
With a career mired in controversy and discord, Ice Poseidon has become an infamous figure among the streaming world since he joined in 2015. After being banned on platforms to getting swatted and raided by the FBI, Denino is attempting to put his controversial past behind him, so we spoke with him to learn more about his story and plans for the future.
Chatting With Noerdy, The Man Behind r/MemeEconomy And Meme Insider Magazine
Noerdy is the man behind two innovative endeavors in the meme world. As a co-founder of the r/MemeEconomy subreddit, a virtual meme stock exchange, and Meme Insider, the world's first magazine dedicated to memes, we spoke with him to learn about how they were created, and what we can expect to see from each in the near future.
Robert “GallowBoob” Allam Speaks Out On The Recent Reddit Drama, What’s Next After Stepping Back From The Platform And How To Improve The Future Of The Internet
Possibly the most famous Redditor of all-time, Robert Allam discusses his origins with Reddit and the internet as we dive into his backstory leading up to the recent controversy and what the future holds for GallowBoob.
The Gregory Brothers Recap How The Group Got Their Start, And Who Among Them Is The Master Of Memes
The Gregory Brothers are a musical quartet best known for their music videos that take clips of news, political debates and viral videos, turning them into hilarious songs. Since the group has been deeply immersed in meme and internet culture from the start, we invited them for an interview, recapping everything from their childhood to the present day, as well as figuring out which brother was truly the master of memes.
YouTuber And Satirist Greg "Jreg" Guevara Explains His Eccentric Brand Of Political Humor And Why Centricide Is Our Only Hope
In a world filled with political drama and division, Greg Guevara has managed to make people take a step back and laugh through his caricatures and satires of various ideologies on the Political Compass. We spoke with him to learn how he got his start, where he truly stands and everything in-between.
Webcomic Artist SrGrafo Talks About His Art, Game Development And Why So Many Of His Creations Wind Up As Memes
Andre Rojas is the Argentinian artist behind SrGrafo, a series of webcomics that have appeared around the web in recent years, later spawning numerous meme formats. We interviewed Rojas to learn about how he got his start in comics, his rapid rise to success, and to discern what it is that makes his creations so memeable.