Know Your Meme Episodes
Guile's Theme Goes With Everything
Guile’s Theme Goes With Everything is a series of YouTube Poop remix videos that pair up any choice of footage with the theme song for Guile, a video game character from the Capcom fighting arcade series Street Fighter.
Shit People Say
Shit Girls Say is a single topic blog and a YouTube video series showcasing various cliches and verbal mannerisms commonly associated with teenage girls and young women.
Friendzone Johnny is an advice animal image macro series featuring a photo of teenage boy holding a bouquet of roses accompanied by captions related to unrequited love and romantic rejection (see also Friend Zoned Phil).
PIPA and SOPA Protests
The United States Senate Protect IP Act and its House counterpart Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) are bills that could create what many have called an "internet blacklist."
Supercuts are video montages made of overused movie or TV platitudes. The compilation videos are used to highlight how certain lines have lost all meaning due to overuse.
First World Problems
First World Problems are frustrations and complaints that are only experienced by privileged individuals in wealthy countries. It is typically used as a tongue-in-cheek comedic device to make light of trivial inconveniences.
"I Took an Arrow in the Knee" is a catchphrase from the role-playing video game The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim which inspired the snowclone phrasal template “I used to X, then I took an arrow to the knee.”
Pepper Spray Cop
Pepper Spray Cop, also known as "Casually Pepper Spray Everything Cop", is a photoshop meme based on a photograph of a police officer pepper spraying a group of Occupy protesters at the University of California Davis.
Pedobear is a cartoon mascot that gained an iconic status through its usage on the imageboard site 4chan, where images of the character can be used to signal that illegal pornographic content has been posted by another user. Due to the nature of its usage, Pedobear has been also equated to a pedophiliac bear
60’s Spider-Man refers to image macros from stills taken from an old Spider-Man cartoon series, which is infamous due to it’s poor quality animation, writing, and voice acting. The overlaid text typically represents Spider-Man’s absurd internal monologue relating to what action can be seen in the image.