Discussion in 'The Locker Room' started by Deadpool1986, Oct 13, 2014.
Anyone with that kinda fitted from Boston would be a doucebag
I wanna know the real people behind some of the black twitter memes
In November 2011, Dave, Rhiannon and their son Mason took a trip to the Museum of Natural Sciences, where they had some family photos taken by photographer Jarod Knoten. They came out so well that Dave posted one to Reddit. Within hours, Dave’s son Mason was the star of his very own meme. Skeptical Baby just can’t believe the things people with object permanence have to say about anything. The joke usually follows the “You mean to tell me…” format, but there are a few variations.
Sheltered College Freshman
Kerin Portillo is a model who lives in Bogota, Colombia. She was featured in a series of iStockphoto images portraying students in a library. A crop of one of these original pictures is the template for Sheltered College Freshman, which is pretty much exactly what it sounds like.
Generally the captions are based on misunderstood slang and sexual innuendo, but occasionally they just reflect the surprise a sheltered college freshman might have at finding out how life actually works. A counter series called Sheltered No More features another shot of Portillo, this time seated at a bar in a red dress, which portray her as SCF’s polar opposite. From all we can tell, Portillo has been completely silent about her viral fame.
Nola Ochs graduated from Fort Hays State University at the age of 95, setting a Guinness World Record and earning herself some coverage on most major media outlets. She went on to earn a masters in Liberal Studies at the age of 98, graduating alongside her own granddaughter. A picture of Ochs in class (captioned “Raises hand / ‘As a mother…’”) appeared on Quickmeme in July 2011. Since then, the world’s oldest college graduate has been Senior Freshman, an elderly woman who’s eager to learn but also intimately familiar with the last couple hundred years of history. (Like College Freshman, she often dies while participating in class.) To date, Ochs has not commented on her Internet stardom and she is (probably) not on Twitter.
Her real name is Amber Stratton, and did you know she was actually voted College Humor's "Hottest College Girl" of 2007 before her meme went viral? She's still sexy, and probably still breaking hea
the stop girl is married
Trying to cash in on a little bit of celebrity.
A failed Kickstarter for a reality show: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/229304839/the-antoine-dodson-experience
Goal: $38,000. Raised: $766.
The one I wanted to see was that nerd in those, he bullied me so I burned down his whole town
The real name of the player who created Leeroy is Ben Schultz. After Leeroy became a celebrity in the World of Warcraft, poor guy couldn’t even play the game properly on his character because people kept sending him in-game messages 24/7. The internet meme since then had spread from gaming to online and mainstream media.
numa numa guy
numa numa guy and double rainbow guy
Sweet Brown @Raye82
Kimberly "Sweet Brown" Wilkins
Played a cameo role in the Tyler Perry movie A Madea Christmas saying a part of her line from her television interview during an interview at the end of the movie.
In April 2013, Sweet Brown sued Apple for selling a song called "I Got Bronchitis" on iTunes for profit, using catchphrases uttered by her in the video, such as "Ain't nobody got time for that," "Ran for my life," and "Oh, Lord Jesus it's a fire."
Look at my twin !!!!
Make sense that a egotistical insecure douchebag like this would be grow up to be a pig.
BTW To "successful black man"
I hated those successful black man memes
Michelle Jenneke is
Lmao @ Scumbag Steve. Hes the white version of a purple haze Camron
Kai, Hatchet Wielding Hitchhiker
don't tase me bro guy
it's so cold in the d rapper t-baby
Icy Hot Stuntaz
"Da Flame" is now producing his own music under his new name "B-Shoc", and is also head of the record label "Flip Flop Entertainment". He's on right, shirtless. The other two "Blade", on left, and "Freeze", center are no longer pursuing music, instead both enrolled at Toccoa Junior College finishing Business Degrees and are now grown with real jobs.
Da Flame of the Icy Hot Stuntaz has been born again as B-SHOC, the Christan rapper. He's got a CD out that you can buy from him with tracks like "My Trunk Go Boom" and "The Jesus In Me."
From his page:
At the age of 16, B-SHOC's heart started beating to the beat of rap music. Falling in love with the style, he pursued a career. With the success came the "rock-star" lifestyle which consisted of partying and women. Between performing and promoting, this fast life locked B-SHOC in the night clubs almost every night of the week.
The chase for fame and money, and never seeming to reach satisfaction began to fill his heart with emptiness. Reaching a state of depression, B-SHOC became tired of the race. Knowing that God had his hand on him the whole time, B-SHOC knew it was time to run back to Him. B-SHOC disappeared from the scene for quite some time. After time off and prayer, he came back with quite an announcement... "From here on out, I'm singing for Jesus!"
The photos were published in a coffee table book produced by McLaren Press in 1996 called “America’s Refuse: Homeless in the Heartland.”
Someone had scanned the picture of Todd from America’s Refuse and placed it online as a sort of punchline. The picture was forwarded to inboxes across town. Todd was, by then, a supervisor at the newspaper. At his next employee review, the picture surfaced. He didn’t know what to say. He was let go. William was jobless for six months after that.