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Dank Memes: He Protec but He Also Attac Is BAC

The "He Protec but He Also Attac" meme format (which is intentionally misspelled) first came on the meme scene in November of 2016. This first meme depicts a naked man holding a light saber in a calm, yet defensive pose (protec) and then the same man wielding the saber in a threatening manner (attac.)

While the format could easily be applied to a myriad of characters, it took three months for the template to start springing up on Reddit. The meme is making a huge comeback on the r/dankmemes subreddit. Instead of just using the protec/attac panels, meme makers are starting to introduce a third panel with a quality that rhymes with "attac." 

List of Protec/Attac memes featuring Pikachu, cat in the hat, barack obama, donald duck, stefan karl stefansson, george w. bush.
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Reddit Declares Meme War Against CNN After #CNNBlackmail Controversy

Redditors are waging war against CNN following their threat to dox a user over a GIF featuring the President and the news network. The GIF is an edited clip from Donald Trump's 2007 Wrestlemania appearance in which he gives WWE Vince McMahon a pretty serious beat down. In the GIF, the CNN logo has been superimposed over McMahon's face - and features the title "Trump takes down fake news (Colorized, 2017)." The animation, a jab at the cable news network, was later tweeted in video form by President Trump. 

On July 4th, user HanAssholeSolo issued an apology to the r/The_Donald subreddit, in which he apologized for the controversy and any bigoted posts he made in the past. This is where the fun begins. The very same day, CNN senior editor Andrew Kaczynski claimed to have tracked down the user in question, and threatened to reveal his identity (dox, if you will) if he continued to "repeat this ugly behavior on social media again."

Reddit does not take kindly to blackmail. While the HanAssholeSolo was rumored to be a 15 year old boy, Kaczynski claims he is an adult. Either way, the response from subreddits r/dankmemes, r/cnnmemes, and r/memeeconomy has been swift. The users have taken to calling #CNN the Great Meme War - and have been creating a wealth of anti-CNN memes in response.

Collection of funny dank memes and responses to #CNNBlackmail, a controversy surrounding CNN and Reddit. CNN threatened to reveal a Redditor's information. Controversy involves Donald Trump and Wrestlemania gif.
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Best Of: Arthur's Headphones Memes

Get it together, Arthur. This image of the oft-memed aardvark, in which he is wearing headphones that are not covering his ears has been used in memes to describe situations in which people are pretending to listen to music, as well as to describe situations in which people do not care about your needs or desires. Here are some of our favorite examples. 

Collection of funny memes featuring PBS's Arthur wearing his headphones wrong to make fun of people regarding Soundcloud and also video game companies.
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Reddit Takes On Tennis Trump In Epic Photoshop Battle

A photo of Donald Trump playing tennis in Palm Beach surfaced recently on Twitter - and has since gone viral. The unintentionally amusing shot of the President, which was taken in 2000, has proved to be great Reddit Photoshop Battle fodder. Here are some highlights from the thread's submissions. 

Funny pictures from photoshop battle using and editing Donald Trump tennis photos.
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Best Of: Sniper Elite Headshot Memes

Sniper Elite Headshot is an exploitable image macro that's been making the rounds in meme trading communities over the last week. The image is a screen shot of a skeletal soldier - and a bullet heading straight towards his head. The soldier and the bullet generally represent opposing forces - so it's sort of like a remixed "Who Would Win?" meme. Here are some of the best examples we've found. 

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Highlights From Reddit's /r/place Experiment

On April Fools Day, Reddit launched a social experiment forum where users could draw on a blank canvas by placing a pixel square tile, available in 16 different colors and dispensed every 10 minutes, much like the long-running crowddrawing site Drawball. In the next 72 hours, what ensued on /r/place were a series of impressive collage artworks created by both collaborative and competitive efforts involving tens of thousands users, and of course, quite a few moments of hilarity and a whole lot of data analysis. Check out the timelapse video of the event below and scroll down for more highlights!




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