Moon's Haunted, Buffsuki, and It's High Noon

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October 29: Haunted Moons and High Noons 


On “This Day in Meme History,” we’re not sure whether the moon being haunted or an extremely buff anime girl is spookier, but we’ll just let you decide for yourself on that. Today is October 29th and we’ve got another lineup of noteworthy memes. Kicking things off is the previously mentioned “Moon’s Haunted” reference from “Destiny 2,” the cursed fan art of “Buffsuki” from “Doki Doki Literature Club” and another video game reference with “It’s High Noon” from McCree of “Overwatch.”
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Moon's Haunted: *Loads Gun*

Video games are a rich source of meme content, and in 2018, the “Destiny 2” catchphrase “Moon's Haunted” was seemingly everywhere online after a viral tweet spurred on a wave of references. While it’s fallen out of fashion over the last few years, comments of “moon’s haunted” are still frequently seen when a mention of Earth’s only natural satellite appears online. Read more.
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Buffsuki: Square Up Thot

One of the more notable fan art depictions to make its mark in the halls of internet legend, “Buffsuki” is the name of a fan edit of the character Natsuki from the visual novel “Doki Doki Literature Club” … only with an extremely muscular body. In late 2017, Buffsuki and her fan went viral and became a prominent exploitable for memers. Read more.
 
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It's High Noon: I Wonder What Time It Is?

Good heavens, just look at the time, “It's High Noon!” Back in 2015, this memorable quote uttered by the character McCree when executing his ultimate ability “Deadeye” in the video game “Overwatch” became a widespread reference in the meme world, from image macros to fan art and even remix videos. While one of many memes to come from the “Overwatch” series, It’s High Noon goes down as one of the biggest from Blizzard’s arena shooter. Read more.
 
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When Viner Nicholas Fraser recorded his hit parody, 'Why You Always Lyin’ on a whim back in 2015, it had all the right ingredients to go viral — and it did, reaching over 30 million views since and even sparked its own meme format. We took a stroll down memory lane with Fraser to learn more about how he came up with the parody song, as well as what he’s been up to ever since. [...]
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