Code Geass is a show that manages to combine huge crowning moments of awesome with huge narm. This is the perfect combination for the development of Fabulous memes.
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Doubtless there will be more to come in the new Code Geass project(s).
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The meme. [[labelnote:Explanation]]The explanation behind the meme.[[labelnote]] Explanation Like this.
Source: the amount of Ho Yay and Fanservice in the series. Can also be used pejoratively.
Pizza Hut references
Source: While tie-ins aren't uncommon in anime, Code Geass's Product Placement deal with Pizza Hut is blatant enough to both Japanese and American audiences that it's even included in fan art, everything from lunches to use as Censor Steam. This has also given rise to calling the series "Code Grease", as well as the phrase "Pizza Hut supports the Rebellion".
Not to mention a nickname given to CC: "Pizza Butt", given how much she eats Pizza Hut throughout the series.
Given C.C. is also living either Fetish Fuel or a Fetish Fuel Station Attendant, given how often she wears skin tight clothing which shows OFF said butt, this may be complimentary.
Lulucoptor, or Sayokopter.
Source: Sayoko, dressed as Lelouch, did a number of helicopter-like spinning moves. Youtube grabbed this and a meme was born.
Coke Geass. 4chan noticed a trend and related a few characters to different Coca-Cola versions.
Source: The term popularized by the Code Trainwreck blog of fansubber Miasmacloud, referring to both Code Geass R2's general insanity and its propensity for using plot twists and other ridiculous elements.
Mutation: The emperor saying Lelouche for ten minutes. People will tell you that's one hell of a rape face, that his hair is growing, or that after a while it starts to sound like "Lulu Shoe", "Your New Shoe"...
"Code Geass: It's a show about terrorism"
Source: This image macro which juxtiposes some of the odder elements of the show with the basic premise.
Of course, fans chose not to stop there, using the first image as inspiration for several◊ more.