History YMMV / TheNewYorker

28th Apr '15 3:48:35 AM garrisonskunk
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** In an episode of ''Seinfeld'', Elaine gets a job with ''The New Yorker'' after complaining that one of their cartoons doesn't make sense. When she tells Jerry, they parrot ''The New Yorker's '' then slogan "The New Yorker? Yes, The New Yorker".
12th Apr '15 10:54:43 PM Mdumas43073
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** In 2006 a blogger facetiously suggested that any ''New Yorker'' cartoon could be captioned with the phrase "[[http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/christ-what-an-asshole Christ, what an asshole!]]" The expression has since become a standard quip in online comments sections.
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** In 2006 a blogger facetiously suggested that any ''New Yorker'' cartoon could be captioned with the phrase "[[http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/christ-what-an-asshole Christ, what an asshole!]]" The expression has since become a standard quip rejoinder in online comments sections.
12th Apr '15 10:54:13 PM Mdumas43073
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** In 2006 a blogger facetiously suggested that any ''New Yorker'' cartoon could be captioned with the phrase "[[http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/christ-what-an-asshole Christ, what an asshole]]." The expression has since become a standard quip in online comments sections.
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** In 2006 a blogger facetiously suggested that any ''New Yorker'' cartoon could be captioned with the phrase "[[http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/christ-what-an-asshole Christ, what an asshole]]." asshole!]]" The expression has since become a standard quip in online comments sections.
12th Apr '15 10:53:38 PM Mdumas43073
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* MemeticMutation: The phrase "back to the old drawing board" originates with a [[http://www.thisdayinquotes.com/2010/03/back-to-old-drawing-board.html 1941 Peter Arno cartoon]] from the magazine. ** "On the Intenet, nobody knows you're a dog" comes from a [[http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/on-the-internet-nobody-knows-youre-a-dog 1993 Peter Steiner cartoon]]. ** In 2006 a blogger facetiously suggested that any ''New Yorker'' cartoon could be captioned with the phrase "Christ, what an asshole." The expression has since become a standard quip in online comments sections.
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* MemeticMutation: The phrase "back to the old drawing board" originates with a [[http://www."[[http://www.thisdayinquotes.com/2010/03/back-to-old-drawing-board.html back to the old drawing board]]" originates with a 1941 Peter Arno cartoon]] cartoon from the magazine. ** "On the Intenet, nobody knows you're a dog" comes from a [[http://knowyourmeme."[[http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/on-the-internet-nobody-knows-youre-a-dog On the internet, nobody knows you're a dog]]" comes from a 1993 Peter Steiner cartoon]]. cartoon. ** In 2006 a blogger facetiously suggested that any ''New Yorker'' cartoon could be captioned with the phrase "Christ, "[[http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/christ-what-an-asshole Christ, what an asshole.asshole]]." The expression has since become a standard quip in online comments sections.
12th Apr '15 10:51:33 PM Mdumas43073
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** In 2006 a blogger facetiously suggested that any ''New Yorker'' cartoon could be captioned with the phrase "Christ, what an asshole." The expression has since become a standard quip in online comments sections.
12th Apr '15 10:47:36 PM Mdumas43073
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* MemeticMutation: The phrase "back to the old drawing board" originates with a [[http://www.thisdayinquotes.com/2010/03/back-to-old-drawing-board.html 1941 Peter Arno cartoon]] from the magazine. ** "On the Intenet, nobody knows you're a dog" comes from a [[http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/on-the-internet-nobody-knows-youre-a-dog 1993 Peter Steiner cartoon]]. -----
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