Is Extremely Horny meme example showing Keanu Reeves in a demotivational poster with the caption, "Why do you cum?"

Is Extremely Horny / Why Do You Cum?

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Is Extremely Horny, also known as Why Do You Cum? and Horny Cuts, refers to a video meme format in which videos are cut mid-sentence so that it appears as if a character is saying something sexually suggestive. The cut is usually followed by a Demotivational Poster containing the resulting phrase, typically accompanied by the song "Falling" by Infraction & Aim To Head.

Origin

On December 4th, 2020, YouTuber[1] Memeify posted a humorous video titled "Keanu Reeves is Extremely Horny," which contained six clips of Keanu Reeves and his Cyberpunk 2077 character Johnny Silverhand cut in such a way that Keanu Reeves appeared to say sexually suggestive things. Each clip is followed by a freeze-frame Demotivational Poster captioned with a resulting phrase, accompanied by the song "Falling" by Infraction & Aim To Head. The video (shown below) accumulated over 4.2 million views in three months.



Spread

In the following days, the video received viral spread online through reposts on social media. For example, on December 9th, 2020, Twitter[2] user @notwitchtv reposted the meme, with the post gaining over 20,500 views.

On December 11th, Memeify[3] posted a verbose version of the meme that gained over 415,000 views on YouTube (shown below, left). On December 14th, YouTube[4] user Cotho. posted the earliest found derivative meme based on the format, a Ben Shapiro edit (shown below, right). The video gained over 73,000 views in three months.



In the following months, more viral versions of the meme were posted on YouTube. On December 22nd, 2020, YouTuber[5] sh3yw1pp posted a Team Fortress 2 Scout version of the meme that gained over 24,000 views in three months, with a January 21 15.ai remake by YouTube[6] user NessHub gaining over 148,000 views in two months. On January 3rd, 2021, YouTuber[7] potatorecipe posted a Mandalorian version of the meme that received over 212,000 views (shown below, right).



The format maintained notable presence on YouTube and Twitter in early 2021, gaining particular popularity within the Team Fortress 2 community. In many examples, music from respective franchises was used instead of "Falling."

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