Who created Wojak?

Who created Wojak?

Wojak’s first appearance was in 2010, published by a Christian Grodecki, nicknamed “Wojak”, a Polish user of the now-defunct German imageboard Krautchan. It was in 2011 that the meme found international popularity, in the depiction of the so-called Feels Guy, whose recurring line was “I Know That Feel Bro”.

How old is Wojak?

It may have emerged in 2009 on a Polish imageboard named vichan, from where it was later reposted to the German imageboard krautchan in 2010 by a poster called “wojak.”

What is crying Wojak?

Crying Wojak is a version of the popular meme format Feels Guy, also known as Wojak. In this version, the character, drawn in MS Paint is depicted with a painful grin, and tears as well as snot pouring from his facial orifices; his eyes and his nose.

How do you pronounce Wojak?

Regardless of the meaning or context, Wojak is pronounced Voyack or Voyuck. English-speaking people may also pronounce it Woah-Jack, Woe-Jack, or Wohjack. The correct pronunciation (at least of meanings 1 and 4) in IPA format is /ˈvɔ.

What are the meme characters called?

NPC (/ɛnpisi/; each letter separately), derived from non-player character, is an internet meme that represents people who do not think for themselves or do not make their own decisions; it is also known as NPC Wojak.

Who made meme man?

He was popularized in the mid-2010s by the artist “Special meme fresh”, and became a common character in many surreal memes, a genre of internet humor inspired by surrealism. During the 2021 GameStop short squeeze, Meme Man was popularized by users of the subreddit r/wallstreetbets as the face of the “stonks” meme.

Who is GigaChad?

“GigaChad” (also known as “Average Enjoyer”) is Russian menswear model and bodybuilder Ernest Khalimov. Aside from the “GigaChad” memes, he isn’t very well-known. Even in the “Sleek’N’Tears” project, he was exclusively known as “1969,” so it’s fair that a lot of people are surprised to hear that he’s a real person.

Who is Muhammad Sarim?

Muhammad Sarim Akhtar first became a viral interest sensation in 2019 when his epic reaction from a Pakistan vs Australia World Cup game at Taunton went viral online. Sarim Akhtar’s ‘disappointed’ expression quite literally became the face of ‘Angry Pakistani fan’ memes.

Who is the disappointed fan?

Sarim Akhtar
One of the most famous memes of the 21st century is the ‘Disappointed fan’, which is now a part of the Hong Kong Meme Museum. Featuring Sarim Akhtar, who is a fan of the Pakistan cricket team, the rib-tickling meme has now joined the museum which was opened by online platform 9GAG.