Who ISN'T Nic Cage? Hellmo.

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November 1: Nic Cage Rage


Well, Spooktober is over and Turkey Day is just around the corner … but we’re all still trying to process how 2021 is almost over. For today’s “This Day in Meme History” on November 1, we’ve got a couple of classics with the Photoshop trend “Nic Cage as Everyone” (because nobody is as versatile as the legend himself) and the immortal “Elmo Rise” reaction, as well as the more recent internet trend of “Forbidden Snacks.” So, put down that Tide Pod and read through this newsletter before you do anything rash.
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Nic Cage as Everyone: The Most Versatile Actor

Originally a single-topic blog dedicated to photoshopping the actor's face over anyone that has ever been photographed from 2009, Nic Cage as Everyone is a meme trend founded on the belief that "everything in life would be better with a little more Nic Cage, the most unique and versatile actor of his generation." Read more.
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Elmo Rise: Dread It, Run From It, Hellmo Arrives All The Same

While just about everyone has seen the reaction image or GIF of Elmo Rise, also known as Hellmo, this long-lived meme’s origin may come as a surprise to many. Depicting a crudely designed Elmo from the children's television series “Sesame Street,” the image used in the meme format actually dates back to 2012 when it first appeared on a terrifying birthday cake for a 1-year-old. Read more.
 
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Forbidden Snacks: Delicious Tide Pods and More

Arising from the Tide Pod Challenge back in 2017, the slang term “Forbidden Snacks” is given to various objects that appear as though they may be edible treats, but are actually hazardous or simply impossible to eat. The term has grown over the years to include other objects that look like snacks, as well as becoming a notable subreddit with tens of thousands of members. Read more.
 
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