Three Wolf Moon, QWOP, Corn Cobbed and Everyone Disliked That

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November 10: Behold The Power Of The Three Wolf Moon


We don’t typically offer life advice in this newsletter, but on “This Day in Meme History,” we can safely say that the easiest way to improve all aspects of your life is to get your hands on the mythical “Three Wolf Moon” T-shirt. Alongside this internet legend, we’ll discuss the immensely frustrating game “QWOP,” the slang term “Corn Cobbed” and the “Fallout 4” meme “Everyone Disliked That.”
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Three Wolf Moon: Has Wolves, Attracts Women

Designed by Bulgarian artist Antonia Neschev, perhaps the greatest artist of our time, the “Three Wolf Moon” is a T-shirt that was ironically made into one of the top-selling apparel items on Amazon back in 2009 after being inundated with tongue-in-cheek customer reviews. Serving as one of the earliest and most well-known customer review comedy examples, this storied shirt is still seen out in the wild to this day. Read more.
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QWOP: How Difficult Could It Be?

While some will tell you that “Dark Souls is the most challenging game,” the beloved RPG has nothing on “QWOP.” A Flash-based game created by Bennett Foddy in 2008, “QWOP” tasks the player with the impossible challenge of running down a track to cross a finish line as the boss (its intentionally frustrating control system) continually makes you look like a horrible failure. Read more.
 
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Corn Cobbed: Get Owned

A slang term that translates to losing a social exchange but insisting that one has not lost the exchange, similar to “owned,” “Corn Cobbed” gained prominence in 2017 when centrist political pundits decried the term, misunderstanding it as homophobic. In the years since, it has also become a pejorative for political centrists for this reason and remains relevant all these years later. Read more.
 
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Everyone Disliked That: *Quicksaves Game*

Especially prevalent on Reddit, this reaction image known as “Everyone Disliked That” or “Everyone Liked That” refers to an in-game message from the RPG “Fallout 4” that notifies the player that two or more companions “disliked” or “liked” their recent action. In memes, the image is typically paired with screenshots to imply disapproval or approval, especially in response to news articles, first appearing in 2017. Read more.
 
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