The meme. [[labelnote:Explanation]]The explanation behind the meme, if necessary.[[/labelnote]] Explanation Like this.
Further mutations and successor memes, if any.
Several of the character depictions in The Last Days of Foxhound seem to be trying for meme status, in that characters are exaggerated to one-note, bewildering absurdity. One example is that of Psycho Mantis who in his original appearance showed something of a disdain for reproduction and possibly sex in general whereas in the comic he is shown to go as far as to run around screaming when he is told that a cup of coffee was made by a girl.
However, the comic toned-down gag characterizations once it started becoming more plotty.
Also, the Allosaurus, especially as an answer to the site's ever-changing poll questions. How far this meme has spread is impossible to track, though, since the Google results it generates are buried under a bunch of irrelevant paleontological hits.
Tycho and Gabe were not intended as Author Avatars, but so many fans assumed they were that Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik made them so, though they still don't resemble them. Most obviously, Holkins is bald and Tycho has a full head of hair; the meme comes from 4chanRemix Comics about the disparity. As for "pig-like", that's a general joke about Krahulik's face.
According to A Miracle of Science, Brazil has decided you're cuteExplanation Caprice, part of Mars' Hivemind, tells protagonist Benjamin Prester that "Mars likes you". The Brazil comment is Benjamin's Deadpan Snarker reply..
"Fap fap fap." Although Sexy Losers didn't invent this widespread onomatopoeia for masturbation (that would be the VIZ Media translation of the MangaHeartbroken Angels), this webcomic did introduce it to the Internet and popularize it through frequent use.
As well as the female version, "Schlick schlick schlick."
The fact that Kevyn spends most of his professional career with an antimatter bomb floating above his shoulder.
While editing the comic with other ones for humourous effect is a proud tradition in the AZ forums, the only one to spread to the rest of the internet are the ones featuring mash ups of Spare the Rod, with the last panel being a spectacular recent failure
If someone had combined this with the miscarriage CAD strip, the internet might have imploded.
Nothing Nice To Say had a brief story arc that involved the comic getting taken over by two straw men of the more backwards participants in the punk scene. The resulting Stylistic Suck strips had Fletcher and Blake calling every band they could think of "selloutz!" or "gay selloutz!" and asking "amirite?" after. It caught on, especially on the comments section of punknews.org where people still follow many jokes about bands with "amirite?" (It might actually have been picked up from 4chan.)
"...everything that isn't nailed down or on fire..."explanation What a handful of pirates managed to loot from a town. Thief took the stuff that was, and the phrase is now used comparably to "everything but the kitchen sink". Stealing something that's nailed down and on fire is the mark of an Impossible Thief.
The term Rule 34 came from a little known(and now defunct) webcomic Zoom-Out which is featured on the trope page. It was actually the first of the internet rules, the rest were made several weeks after Rule 34 caught on.
> Add pumpkin meme to TV Tropes Page. What pumpkin? You are certain there has never been and will never will be a pumpkin meme in this room. Explanation Originally from Jailbreak, where a pumpkin in the jail cell just vanishes as if it was never there. Hussie used this hundreds of times in his comics since.
> Grow arms to type on keyboard so memes can be added. You already have arms, stupid! Explanation Also originally from Jailbreak, where the main character appears armless, but the comic notes that said character obviously has arms. This sometimes-armless style has carried over to Hussie's other works.
A popular redub of the webcomic The Black Blood Alliance spawned a few mini-memes. "I will deflect the cat's fangs... WITH MY FACE!" "Stupidclaw? STUPIDCLAW NOOOO!"
Wine coolers. Explanation Lisa commented that Sara thought (and she herself wondered) Penny and Aggie were "a few wine coolers away" from having sex; from then on, the fans would make jokes about "wine coolers" when they suspected the two of them would get up to something.
YEAH, BITCHES! Explanation In-Universe as much as out, when Rich interrupted a performance of No Exit on live national TV as Satan; on a poll on the forum as to what the last line of the comic would be, one of the options was "Rich:[Do I even need to say it?]"
Respond moistly. With your hoo-hoo. Explanation Lisa's comment on Penny kissing Aggie.
Hee. Explanation Said by Cyndi in a tense moment right before being Put on a Bus to Hell, became so deeply associated with her that near the end, T changed the word "hee" to "heh" in one of Daphne's lines so that fans wouldn't think they were secretly involved.
Horndog: "God is 'dog' spelled backwards. I'm a dog, therefore I'm God".
World of Fizz: HAWT FURRY EROTICA Explanation From this strip, where Dawn kisses Kelli to confirm her crush to her. It's been jested as the hottest strip the series ever had.
Due to having quit via Time Travel, Dave gets this reaction from the gang when he mentions his former habit. Now that the comic is in reprints, fans have responded thus to older strips that showed him smoking.
More specifically, after someone mentioned in a comment on that strip that Autumn's ears change with her expressions, one person replied that "she has mood ears." Since then, the phrase has been in the comments of nearly every strip involving a very expressive Autumn.