Hardcore memes.

Posted: June 23, 2011 in Internet, Just for LULz, Music, Psychology

It’s been a while since the last time I posted here. Now, when this Uni semester is almost over, I can promise to be a little bit more active on the web.

In this post, I just want to show you a few “Hardcore memes” images (as I like to call them), which I created while procrastinating during my pre-exams study week.

I tried to make them really nerdy and geeky. These memes are based on science and some other topics, which wouldn’t be interesting for most people.

This is Anti-Joke Chicken. She always begins with a joke set-up, and ends up saying something totally obvious and unfunny, which, in such circumstances, turns out to be hilarious as hell. This one is pretty straightforward, just telling the facts as they are.

This meme is relatively new. It always features an image of Fry (Futurama character), in which he looks hard into something, trying to tell the difference between two things. It’s most commonly used with the captions “Can’t tell if trolling or just stupid” to comment on ridiculous questions on Yahoo! Answers. Here, he implies that the symptoms of vitamin D deficiency look similar to what you might expect seeing in people who suffer from a clinical depression (in older people, vitamin D deficiency can cause symptoms similar to Alzheimer’s disease, in worst case scenarios). So, I would advice that you get outside more often and eat fish. :)

This is Hipster Kitty. She always knows everything before it gets popular or becomes known to public. You can frequently see this meme on the web with the captions like “Lady Gaga? Do you mean Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta?” or “I was a fan of Justin Beiber back in the times when he was only on YouTube“. I was trying to make this “hardcore” by targeting artists/bands, who aren’t known by most of the people nowadays anyway. Only a few trance-nerds would know a project named “Gouryella”, which was a collaboration between Tijs Verwest (Tiesto) and Ferry Corsten back in 1999. And even a fewer number of people would know that, before “Gouryella”, they already worked on music production together under the alias “Vimana”. Some might have heard of Vimana (the track “We Came” was a dancefloor killer during the late 1990’s), but not many people realize that it’s actually a trace-duo consisting of young Tiesto and Ferry Corsten.

Bill O’Relly is a famous American TV-host and political commentator (you can read more on the origin of this meme on KnowYourMeme.com). Gram staining is a method by which biologists classify bacteria either as gram-positive or gram-negative (by soaking them in chemicals, which react with bacterial cell wall and cause it to change colour in a certain way). This methods provides lots of vital information about the bacteria (e. g. which drug would be efficient at destroying them, how they might adapt to their environment, etc). I think it would be hilarious if O’Relly said that in scientific context.

And here is Xzibit boasting about APA (American Psychological Association) in-text referencing style, which causes headache for the majority of first-year Psychology students. Xzibit is doing so in the same manner as he was doing his presentations in “Pimp Your Ride” TV show on MTV a few years ago. Try to google “yo dawg” to see more images of this sort.

And here is a bonus Rage Comics style image I made a few days ago. It’s not “hardcore”, but I like it anyway :)

Stay Tuned!

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