Kyle, Put Down The Monster

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November 3: Kyle, Put Down The Monster


We’re back with another “This Day in Meme History” for November 3, and this time, we’ve got internet slang, a catchphrase and one of the internet’s most notorious games in meme culture. Smashing through the drywall to get us started, we’ve got “Kyle,” the caricature of Monster-loving dudes everywhere, the infamous scrolling manic shooter series “Touhou Project” and, finally, “This Edible Ain't Shit” … rookie mistake, friend.
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Kyle: Monster, Axe and Everything Not Nice

While Karens are the best-known meme caricature today, Kyle is among the most-memed name on the internet as well. This online caricature of a white boy is referenced as an antagonistic character in memes, parodying a certain kind of person associated with the name. In the case of Kyle, these are characteristics of an angry teenager that’s a fan of Monster Energy, Axe body spray and punching drywall. Read more.
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Touhou Project: More Memes Than You Can Count

A series of scrolling manic shooter games created by Team Shanghai Alice's sole member, ZUN, “Touhou Project” has gained a significant fanbase online since its debut in the late ‘90s, as well as a rich presence in meme culture. From “U.N. Owen Was Her?” to “Bad Apple!!” and more, “Touhou’s” community has spawned more memes than most games could ever hope to. Read more.
 
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This Edible Ain't Shit: You Can Always Eat More, But Never Less

Used as both a catchphrase and copypasta in memes, “This Edible Ain't Shit” is a phrase that dates back to at least 2016 in internet jokes, though the concept has existed much longer. In late 2020, the meme saw widespread use in image macro memes and video edits as people depicted intoxication or hallucinations when an edible begins to take effect, as only memes can do. Read more.
 
 
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