Sonichu is Extra Thicc

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November 24: Sonichu, Extra Thicc, uvuvwevwevwe, You Son Of A Bitch I’m In

November 24th is an especially cursed day in Meme History. First and foremost, it’s the date “Sonichu” was born, then it gets accentuated with “Extra Thick,” a meme phrase ahead of its time. Continuing with the theme of confusing and hard, we have “uvuvwevwevwe,” the hardest name in Africa, which was also discovered on this day. Surprisingly, the most normal meme of the day is a “Rick and Morty” one with “You Son of a Bitch, I’m in.”

Sonichu: The Most Cursed Mascot Imaginable

Sonichu” is a webcomic created by vlogger Christine Weston Chandler, better known by her nickname Chris-Chan (someone you might’ve seen in headlines not long ago). The comic, which follows the adventures of the titular protagonist, a fusion of the "Pokemon" character Pikachu and Sonic the Hedgehog, has been widely mocked online for its amateur art style and writing. Read more.

Extra Thicc: The Only Way Things Should Come

Extra Thicc” refers to an exploitable scene from the 2001 animated series "Samurai Jack" in which the shape-shifting master of darkness Aku is seen ordering "extra thick" henchman for his plan. Online, the scene is humorously utilized in reference to the slang term thicc, later becoming a derivative of this precursor slang and now appearing almost everywhere online these days. Read more.

Uvuvwevwevwe: Try Saying That Five Times Fast

Uvuvwevwevwe?” is the first name of a man identifying himself as “Uvuvwevwevwe Onyetenyevwe Ugwemuhwem Osas” in a Kenyan sketch comedy video from 2016. Online, the video has often been referred to as "The Hardest Name In Africa." Though it’s declined in recent years since, Uvuvwevwevwe joins a long list of name-related meme trends. Read more.

You Son Of A Bitch, I’m In: Getting Help Has Never Been So Easy

You Son Of A Bitch, I’m In” is a catchphrase said by multiple characters in the "Rick and Morty" episode titled "One Crew over the Crewcoo's Morty" upon being convinced to participate in a heist. Online, several image macros, particularly one depicting Rick Sanchez putting a lollipop in his mouth and one depicting Morty Smith making a finger gun, gained popularity, often used in reference to convincing arguments. Read more.
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