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Spider-Man's Presentation, also known as Teaching Spider-Man, refers to an exploitable image of a person in a Spider-Man costume standing in front of a large white screen. Starting January 2019, edits of the image in which various jokes, statements and opinions were photoshopped onto the screen have been circulated online.
On January 30th, 2019, Chingford Foundation School's Twitter account posted a photograph of a person in Spider-Man costume holding a sheet of paper in front of an audience, with a large white screen behind them. The tweet gained over 3,300 retweets and 15,400 likes in one month.
In the reply section, multiple users posted edited versions of the picture with various jokes and statements photoshopped onto the screen.
On January 31st, 2019, Redditor U_R_A_Bold1 posted a photoshopped version of the image to /r/dankmemes and /r/MemeEconomy subreddits, suggesting using it instead of the Lisa Simpson's Presentation format. The /r/dankmemes post gained over 46,000 upvotes in one month.
In the following month, the format saw consistent use on Reddit, with posts utilizing the exploitable appearing in /r/dankmemes, /r/wholesomememes, /r/pics and other communities.
 Twitter – @ChingfordSF's Tweet
 Twitter – @DrakerBraker26's Tweet
 Twitter – @bamvskc's Tweet
 Reddit – Teaching Spider Man meme is here
 Reddit – New "in conclusion" meme template, this time with Spider Man! Invest now!
 Reddit – Truth be told
 Reddit – Make it happen
 Reddit – Thank you for coming to my Ted Talk
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