And the meme of November 2023 goes to …
The viral feud between Minecraft YouTuber Dream and voice actor Nicolas Cantu, best known for voicing the titular character in the The Amazing World of Gumball, started out of the blue after the latter beefed with a parody account, which turned out to be quite a plot that kept adding new twists every day. First, Dream accused Cantu of calling him and an Uber driver slurs, which Cantu dismissed – roasting Dream to boot – but then Dream leaked a video supporting his accusations. Following this someone leaked an explicit audio of someone, allegedly Dream, moaning, rekindling the fire of last year's grooming allegations against the YouTuber. All in all, the feud had drama, memes and even fan art. First place with 16 percent of total votes.
Josh Hutcherson "Whistle" Fancam
Ever dream this man? We've probably seen Josh Hutcherson 'Whistle' edit on every single digital surface this month, from PFPs and profile banners to bait-and-switch videos and Discord stickers, and some people went even further and played the fancam on phones, tablets, TVs and even smart fridges. The most ubiquitous video of the month is our poll's runner-up with 13 percent of your votes.
All My Fellas
This light-hearted format based on a remixed version of "Moonlight" had all my fellas gathering together, hanging out, dancing and generally having a good time. Sharing its uplifting vibe with all-time classics such as Me and the Boys and Saturdays Are for the Boys, All My Fellas is all about celebrating and appreciating your own fellas, and every other fella group, real or fictional. All My Fellas gets third place with 11 percent of the total votes.
Nah I'd Win
In the fourth place with 10 percent of total votes, we have Nah, I'd Win from the Jujutsu Kaisen manga series, looking overconfident as ever. Both a reaction image and source material for edits, posting this panel of Satoru Gojo expressing the exaggerated swagger of a special-grade jujutsu sorcerer has been the thing to do this month regardless of whether you ever read the manga or not.
Fourth place? Nah, I'd win.
Throwing a Microwaved Honey Bun
Ranked fifth, we have American Psycho-core fantasies of throwing microwaved honey bun charged with the power of a thousand suns at homeless people. The sociopathic mental experiment entertained the minds of imaginative youth for the better part of the month, and the meme getting 10 percent of your votes does not come as a surprise, unlike a lava-hot bun leaving a trail of steam as it flies through the crisp midnight air.
Closing out our list are the memes that didn't get enough love to make it to the top five, but, fine, we'll give them a shoutout anyway: the teary-eyed Vince McMahon (9%), Lightning McGroomer not beating the allegations (6%), Christmas arriving a little bit early with Christmas version of every GIF (6%), Walmart's strongest soldier Gail Lewis (5%),Scott Pilgrim making an anime comeback (4%), Is He Acoustic (is he dyslexic?) (3%), men seeking salvage in White Girl Save Me (2%), men demanding more of AI (2%), men smoking too tough, their swag being too different (1%) and mulch gang! It's for life (1%).
Thank you for voting and see you next month!