🔥 | Latest

Aliens Guy: I remade the aliens guy meme using a picture of myself.
Aliens Guy: I remade the aliens guy meme using a picture of myself.

I remade the aliens guy meme using a picture of myself.

Aliens Guy: thoodleoo what it's like watching a show on the history channel NARRATOR: and so julius caesar marched with his army on rome, therefore changing the course of roman history for good. but how could he have accomplished such a feat, when so many people were against him? GUY WITH WILD HAIR WHO LOVES ALIENS: well clearly caesar needed some outside help from some people with better resources. and who else could have helped him but- WORLD WAR II HISTORIAN WHO HAS BEEN ELECTED REPRESENTATIVE OF 75% OF HISTORY CHANNEL HISTORIANS: the nazi leader adolph hitler, traveling back in time to help his italian allies (cut to poorly animated reproduction of romans fighting in inaccurate military formation with armor from 3 centuries later, complete with copious cgi blood) ALIENS GUY: it was amazing how fast caesar was capable of marching with his army in one day. sometimes the distances he claims to travel in his gallic war commentaries seem nigh-on impossible. such a fast rate of travel was clearly important to his success in marching on rome, but do you ever think about how he managed that? he must have been transported by alien technology- some type of ufo, or something.. WWII HISTORIAN: or it could have been the german tanks lent to him by the nazis (the aliens guy and the wwll historian look at each other with barely-concealed contempt) NARRATOR: truly caesar overcame some fantastic odds to defeat the senators who opposed him. we have a specialist here to talk about the odds caesar went up against GUY WHO RUNS BATTLE SIMULATIONS ABOUT WHO WOULD WIN FIGHTS THROUGHOUT HISTORY so you see, i put in the stats into my system, and the chances of caesar winning a fistfight against all 300 senators at once were pretty slim. i would never have guessed that he would win this battle from the odds (in the background, the aliens guy and the wwll historian have begun to throw punches at each other) SIMULATIONS GUY: oh man, i should put that into my system. who wants to bet on the winner? NARRATOR: thus julius caesar defeated pompey and became dictator of rome. but he still had many trials ahead of him in his attempt to lead rome found out what happens next in the next installation of our series on caesar's saga, Julius Caesar and Hitler in Space What It’s Like Watching a Show on the History Channel
Aliens Guy: thoodleoo
 what it's like watching a show on
 the history channel
 NARRATOR: and so julius caesar marched with his army on rome, therefore
 changing the course of roman history for good. but how could he have
 accomplished such a feat, when so many people were against him?
 GUY WITH WILD HAIR WHO LOVES ALIENS: well clearly caesar needed
 some outside help from some people with better resources. and who else
 could have helped him but-
 WORLD WAR II HISTORIAN WHO HAS BEEN ELECTED REPRESENTATIVE
 OF 75% OF HISTORY CHANNEL HISTORIANS: the nazi leader adolph hitler,
 traveling back in time to help his italian allies
 (cut to poorly animated reproduction of romans fighting in inaccurate military
 formation with armor from 3 centuries later, complete with copious cgi blood)
 ALIENS GUY: it was amazing how fast caesar was capable of marching with
 his army in one day. sometimes the distances he claims to travel in his gallic
 war commentaries seem nigh-on impossible. such a fast rate of travel was
 clearly important to his success in marching on rome, but do you ever think
 about how he managed that? he must have been transported by alien
 technology- some type of ufo, or something..
 WWII HISTORIAN: or it could have been the german tanks lent to him by the
 nazis
 (the aliens guy and the wwll historian look at each other with barely-concealed
 contempt)
 NARRATOR: truly caesar overcame some fantastic odds to defeat the senators
 who opposed him. we have a specialist here to talk about the odds caesar
 went up against
 GUY WHO RUNS BATTLE SIMULATIONS ABOUT WHO WOULD WIN FIGHTS
 THROUGHOUT HISTORY so you see, i put in the stats into my system, and
 the chances of caesar winning a fistfight against all 300 senators at once were
 pretty slim. i would never have guessed that he would win this battle from the
 odds
 (in the background, the aliens guy and the wwll historian have begun to throw
 punches at each other)
 SIMULATIONS GUY: oh man, i should put that into my system. who wants to
 bet on the winner?
 NARRATOR: thus julius caesar defeated pompey and became dictator of
 rome. but he still had many trials ahead of him in his attempt to lead rome
 found out what happens next in the next installation of our series on caesar's
 saga, Julius Caesar and Hitler in Space
What It’s Like Watching a Show on the History Channel

What It’s Like Watching a Show on the History Channel

Aliens Guy: thoodleoo what it's like watching a show on the history channel NARRATOR: and so julius caesar marched with his army on rome, therefore changing the course of roman history for good. but how could he have accomplished such a feat, when so many people were against him? GUY WITH WILD HAIR WHO LOVES ALIENS: well clearly caesar needed some outside help from some people with better resources. and who else could have helped him but WORLD WAR II HISTORIAN WHO HAS BEEN ELECTED REPRESENTATIVE OF 75% OF HISTORY CHANNEL HISTORIANS: the nazi leader adolph hitler traveling back in time to help his italian allies (cut to poorly animated reproduction of romans fighting in inaccurate military formation with armor from 3 centuries later, complete with copious cgi blood) ALIENS GUY: it was amazing how fast caesar was capable of marching with his army in one day. sometimes the distances he claims to travel in his gallic war commentaries seem nigh-on impossible. such a fast rate of travel was clearly important to his success in marching on rome, but do you ever think about how he managed that? he must have been transported by alien technology- some type of ufo, or something... WWII HISTORIAN: or it could have been the german tanks lent to him by the nazis (the aliens guy and the wwlI historian look at each other with barely-concealed contempt) NARRATOR: truly caesar overcame some fantastic odds to defeat the senators who opposed him. we have a specialist here to talk about the odds caesar went up against GUY WHO RUNS BATTLE SIMULATIONS ABOUT WHO WOULD WIN FIGHTS THROUGHOUT HISTORY. so you see, i put in the stats into my system, and the chances of caesar winning a fistfight against all 300 senators at once were pretty slim. i would never have guessed that he would win this battle from the odds (in the background, the aliens guy and the wwll historian have begun to thrOw punches at each other) SIMULATIONS GUY: oh man, i should put that into my system. who wants to bet on the winner? NARRATOR: thus julius caesar defeated pompey and became dictator of rome. but he still had many trials ahead of him in his attempt to lead rome found out what happens next in the next installation of our series on caesar's saga, Julius Caesar and Hitler in Space What Its Like Watching a Show on the History Channel
Aliens Guy: thoodleoo
 what it's like watching a show on
 the history channel
 NARRATOR: and so julius caesar marched with his army on rome, therefore
 changing the course of roman history for good. but how could he have
 accomplished such a feat, when so many people were against him?
 GUY WITH WILD HAIR WHO LOVES ALIENS: well clearly caesar needed
 some outside help from some people with better resources. and who else
 could have helped him but
 WORLD WAR II HISTORIAN WHO HAS BEEN ELECTED REPRESENTATIVE
 OF 75% OF HISTORY CHANNEL HISTORIANS: the nazi leader adolph hitler
 traveling back in time to help his italian allies
 (cut to poorly animated reproduction of romans fighting in inaccurate military
 formation with armor from 3 centuries later, complete with copious cgi blood)
 ALIENS GUY: it was amazing how fast caesar was capable of marching with
 his army in one day. sometimes the distances he claims to travel in his gallic
 war commentaries seem nigh-on impossible. such a fast rate of travel was
 clearly important to his success in marching on rome, but do you ever think
 about how he managed that? he must have been transported by alien
 technology- some type of ufo, or something...
 WWII HISTORIAN: or it could have been the german tanks lent to him by the
 nazis
 (the aliens guy and the wwlI historian look at each other with barely-concealed
 contempt)
 NARRATOR: truly caesar overcame some fantastic odds to defeat the senators
 who opposed him. we have a specialist here to talk about the odds caesar
 went up against
 GUY WHO RUNS BATTLE SIMULATIONS ABOUT WHO WOULD WIN FIGHTS
 THROUGHOUT HISTORY. so you see, i put in the stats into my system, and
 the chances of caesar winning a fistfight against all 300 senators at once were
 pretty slim. i would never have guessed that he would win this battle from the
 odds
 (in the background, the aliens guy and the wwll historian have begun to thrOw
 punches at each other)
 SIMULATIONS GUY: oh man, i should put that into my system. who wants to
 bet on the winner?
 NARRATOR: thus julius caesar defeated pompey and became dictator of
 rome. but he still had many trials ahead of him in his attempt to lead rome
 found out what happens next in the next installation of our series on caesar's
 saga, Julius Caesar and Hitler in Space
What Its Like Watching a Show on the History Channel

What Its Like Watching a Show on the History Channel

Aliens Guy: thoodleoo what it's like watching a show on the history channel NARRATOR: and so julius Caesar marched with his army on rome, therefore changing the course of roman history for good. but how could he have accomplished such a feat, when so many people were against him? GUY WITH WILD HAIR WHO LOVES ALIENS: Well clearly caesar needed Some outside help from Some people with better resources. and Who else could have helped him but WORLD WAR II HISTORIAN WHO HAS BEEN ELECTED REPRESENTATIVE OF 75% OF HISTORY CHANNEL HISTORIANS: the nazi leader adolph hitler traveling back in time to help his italian allies (cut to poorly animated reproduction of romans fighting in inaccurate military formation with armor from 3 centuries later, complete with copious Cgi blood) ALIENS GUY. it Was amazing how fast caesar was capable of marching with his army in one day sometimes the distances he claims to travel in his gallic war commentaries seem nigh-on impossible. Such a fast rate of travel was clearly important to his success in marching on rome, but do you ever think about how he managed that? he must have been transported by alien technology- some type of ufo, or something WWll HISTORIAN: or it could have been the german tanks lent to him by the nazis (the aliens guy and the WWII historian look at each other with barely-concealed contempt) NARRATOR: truly caesar overcame some fantastic odds to defeat the Senators who opposed him. We have a specialist here to talk about the odds caesar went up against GUY WHO RUNS BATTLE SIMULATIONS ABOUT WHO WOULD WIN FIGHTS THROUGHOUT HISTORY. So you see, i put in the stats into my system, and the chances of Caesar winning a fistfight against all 300 senators at once were pretty slim. i Would never have guessed that he would win this battle from the odds (in the background, the aliens guy and the WWII historian have begun to throw punches at each other) SIMULATIONS GUY: oh man, i should put that into my system. Who wants to bet on the winner? NARRATOR: thus julius Caesar defeated pompey and became dictator of rome. but he still had many trials ahead of him in his attempt to lead rome found out what happens next in the next installation of our series on caesar's saga, Julius Caesar and Hitler in Space What It's Like Watching a Show on the History Channel
Aliens Guy: thoodleoo
 what it's like watching a show on
 the history channel
 NARRATOR: and so julius Caesar marched with his army on rome, therefore
 changing the course of roman history for good. but how could he have
 accomplished such a feat, when so many people were against him?
 GUY WITH WILD HAIR WHO LOVES ALIENS: Well clearly caesar needed
 Some outside help from Some people with better resources. and Who else
 could have helped him but
 WORLD WAR II HISTORIAN WHO HAS BEEN ELECTED REPRESENTATIVE
 OF 75% OF HISTORY CHANNEL HISTORIANS: the nazi leader adolph hitler
 traveling back in time to help his italian allies
 (cut to poorly animated reproduction of romans fighting in inaccurate military
 formation with armor from 3 centuries later, complete with copious Cgi blood)
 ALIENS GUY. it Was amazing how fast caesar was capable of marching with
 his army in one day sometimes the distances he claims to travel in his gallic
 war commentaries seem nigh-on impossible. Such a fast rate of travel was
 clearly important to his success in marching on rome, but do you ever think
 about how he managed that? he must have been transported by alien
 technology- some type of ufo, or something
 WWll HISTORIAN: or it could have been the german tanks lent to him by the
 nazis
 (the aliens guy and the WWII historian look at each other with barely-concealed
 contempt)
 NARRATOR: truly caesar overcame some fantastic odds to defeat the Senators
 who opposed him. We have a specialist here to talk about the odds caesar
 went up against
 GUY WHO RUNS BATTLE SIMULATIONS ABOUT WHO WOULD WIN FIGHTS
 THROUGHOUT HISTORY. So you see, i put in the stats into my system, and
 the chances of Caesar winning a fistfight against all 300 senators at once were
 pretty slim. i Would never have guessed that he would win this battle from the
 odds
 (in the background, the aliens guy and the WWII historian have begun to throw
 punches at each other)
 SIMULATIONS GUY: oh man, i should put that into my system. Who wants to
 bet on the winner?
 NARRATOR: thus julius Caesar defeated pompey and became dictator of
 rome. but he still had many trials ahead of him in his attempt to lead rome
 found out what happens next in the next installation of our series on caesar's
 saga, Julius Caesar and Hitler in Space
What It's Like Watching a Show on the History Channel

What It's Like Watching a Show on the History Channel

Aliens Guy: The Evolutionary History of Memes by The Institute of Meme Research www.instituteofmemeresearch.weeblv.com The Stone Age The first half of the internet's existence was spent with relatively simple memes such as dancing baby 4chan The founding of 4chan in 2003 initiated the creation of memes similar to those we know todav Image Based Memes Websites like 9gag and iFunny began to steal image based memes, such as the aliens guy, from 4chan, so 4chan abolish avoided becoming mortal because their community mostly consists of 10-year olds, so they are relatively undesireable ed them. These memes have Tumbir When Tumblr gained popularity, its users also began to steal memes from 4chan and overdo them, creating a kind of mortality for memes. They also began to create memes similar to the ones they stole Montage Parodies Montage parodies were created on Youtube, which were fast paced comedy videos using memes They got stale, and the community underwent a reformation Normie Memes Commentaries Where are memes heading? It's hard to tell what the next big meme will be, but we carn tell by looking at recent patterns that Tumblr will eventually stop stealing 4chan memes, and the Tumblr-born memes will become less similar to 4chan memes by becoming more politically correct. Commentaries have stagnated like montage parodies did before their fall, so it is likely that that community will reform again. It is hard to see a future for image based memes any different than what they are now Normies began to steal stolen memes from Tumbr, creating a definite mortality for memes They too began creating their own memes, such as "Damn Daniel", but these memes are pretty shitty and annoying The MP community began to make commentaries, videos centered around saying that you want to kill yourself every 5 seconds and making short lived memes (some only lasting a few days) out of "cringey" videos. However, scientists expect that these too will become stale soon, and the community will undergo another reformation <p>The Evolutionary History of Memes</p>
Aliens Guy: The Evolutionary History of Memes
 by The Institute of Meme Research
 www.instituteofmemeresearch.weeblv.com
 The Stone Age
 The first half of the internet's existence
 was spent with relatively simple memes
 such as dancing baby
 4chan
 The founding of 4chan in 2003 initiated
 the creation of memes similar to those
 we know todav
 Image Based Memes
 Websites like 9gag and iFunny began
 to steal image based memes, such as
 the aliens guy, from 4chan, so 4chan
 abolish
 avoided becoming mortal because
 their community mostly consists of
 10-year olds, so they are relatively
 undesireable
 ed them. These memes have
 Tumbir
 When Tumblr gained popularity, its
 users also began to steal memes
 from 4chan and overdo them, creating
 a kind of mortality for memes. They
 also began to create memes similar
 to the ones they stole
 Montage Parodies
 Montage parodies
 were created on
 Youtube, which
 were fast paced
 comedy videos
 using memes
 They got stale,
 and the community
 underwent a
 reformation
 Normie Memes
 Commentaries
 Where are memes heading?
 It's hard to tell what the next big meme will be, but we carn
 tell by looking at recent patterns that Tumblr will eventually
 stop stealing 4chan memes, and the Tumblr-born memes
 will become less similar to 4chan memes by becoming
 more politically correct. Commentaries have stagnated
 like montage parodies did before their fall, so it is likely that
 that community will reform again. It is hard to see a future
 for image based memes any different than what they are now
 Normies began to steal stolen
 memes from Tumbr, creating
 a definite mortality for memes
 They too began creating their
 own memes, such as "Damn
 Daniel", but these memes
 are pretty shitty and annoying
 The MP community began to make
 commentaries, videos centered
 around saying that you want to
 kill yourself every 5 seconds and
 making short lived memes (some
 only lasting a few days) out of
 "cringey" videos. However, scientists
 expect that these too will become
 stale soon, and the community will
 undergo another reformation
<p>The Evolutionary History of Memes</p>

<p>The Evolutionary History of Memes</p>

Aliens Guy: The Evolutionary History of Memes by The Institute of Meme Research bly. The Stone Age The first half of the internet's existence such as dancing baby 4chan The founding of 4chan in 2003 initiated the creation of memes similar to those we know today Image Based Memes Websites like 9gag and iFunny began to steal image based memes, such as the aliens guy, from 4chan, so 4chan abolished them. These memes have avoided becoming mortal because their community mostly consists of Tumb 10-year olds, so they are relatively When Tumblr gained popularity, its beg Montage Parodies from 4chan and overdo them, creating kind f mortality for memes. They also began to create memes similar Montage parodies to the ones they stole were created on Youtube, which were fast paced dy vid They g underwent a reformation Normie Memes Commentaries Where are memes heading? he MP ty begi beg commentaries, videos centered memes from Tumblr, creating xt big be, b around saying that you want to definite mortality for memes by that T kill yourself every 5 seconds and They too began creating their stop stealing 4chan memes, and the Tumblr-born memes making short lived memes (some own memes, such as "Damn to 4chi only lasting a few days) out of Daniel", but these memes more politically correct. Commentaries have stagnated, "cringey" videos. However, scientists are pretty shitty and annoying like montage parodies did before their fall, so it is likely that expect that these too will become d th ge b y diff undergo another reformation. The Evolutionary History of Memes
Aliens Guy: The Evolutionary History of Memes
 by The Institute of Meme Research
 bly.
 The Stone Age
 The first half of the internet's existence
 such as dancing baby
 4chan
 The founding of 4chan in 2003 initiated
 the creation of memes similar to those
 we know today
 Image Based Memes
 Websites like 9gag and iFunny began
 to steal image based memes, such as
 the aliens guy, from 4chan, so 4chan
 abolished them. These memes have
 avoided becoming mortal because
 their community mostly consists of
 Tumb
 10-year olds, so they are relatively
 When Tumblr gained popularity, its
 beg
 Montage Parodies
 from 4chan and overdo them, creating
 kind
 f mortality for memes.
 They
 also began to create memes similar
 Montage parodies
 to the ones they stole
 were created on
 Youtube, which
 were fast paced
 dy vid
 They g
 underwent a
 reformation
 Normie Memes
 Commentaries
 Where are memes heading?
 he MP
 ty begi
 beg
 commentaries, videos centered
 memes from Tumblr, creating
 xt big
 be, b
 around saying that you want to
 definite mortality for memes
 by
 that T
 kill yourself every 5 seconds and
 They too began creating their
 stop stealing 4chan memes, and the Tumblr-born memes
 making short lived memes (some
 own memes, such as "Damn
 to 4chi
 only lasting a few days) out of
 Daniel", but these memes
 more politically correct. Commentaries have stagnated,
 "cringey" videos. However, scientists
 are pretty shitty and annoying
 like montage parodies did before their fall, so it is likely that
 expect that these too will become
 d th
 ge b
 y diff
 undergo another reformation.
The Evolutionary History of Memes

The Evolutionary History of Memes