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E-Girl Factory

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E-Girl Factory is a is a series of TikTok parody videos in which users typically become captured in a makeshift factory and become transformed into an stereotypical e-girl (an internet flirt)[4] performed in sync with a clip from a bass boosted remix of the song "ME!ME!ME!" by Japanese DJ and producer Teddyloid.


On April 24th, 2015, YouTuber WolverryMusic[1] uploaded a remix of the song "ME!ME!ME!" (shown below). The video gained 6,474,000 views and 67,000 likes in four years.

TikTok user antinightcore uploaded a clip of the remix which has been used in 40,200 e-girl factory videos on TikTok. The earliest TikTok parody video is unknown.


On January 27th, 2019, Daring Compilation[2] uploaded the first "E-Girl Factory Tik Tok Meme Compilation" to YouTube (shown below). The video gained 8,860 views and 166 likes in two days.

On the same day, YouTuber Willanator[3] uploaded "E-Girl Factory – Tik Tok Ironic Meme Compilation (2019)" (shown below). The video accumulated 888 views and 18 likes in two days.

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