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  • The meme. [[labelnote:Explanation]]The explanation behind the meme.[[/labelnote]] Explanation 

  • "Motteke! Sailor Fuku" is known as the second "Hare Hare Yukai" due to its catchyness and crazy addictive dancing, which is one of the many reasons why Lucky Star/Haruhi mashups are so common. The actor joke at least was canonically acknowledged Explanation .
    • I buy sausage.Explanation 
  • Konata, for her time, was the Queen of Memes:
  • The show was already memetic before it even premiered thanks to two original Japanese commercials for the show in which an Off-Model Konata makes strange humming noises throughout. It has even been (half-jokingly) called the most accurate trailer ever.
    • Rrrr-r-r-r-r-r-r-r-r-r-r-r-...
  • The series itself has become memetic, due to its super cute characters and their cute-sounding voices becoming mixed into songs, usually put together with a Kirby song.
  • One of the big draws of South Park is hearing elementary school students use the Cluster F-Bomb. Now, why can't this same concept apply to chibi / Moe anime high school girls? Yes, even if a lot of the ones on YouTube are done by the same guy, Lucky Star / South Park match-ups were incredibly common.
  • "BITCHIN'!"Explanation 
  • Paffendorf was used for videos featuring footage from this series, with many imitations:
  • I can't believe they're talking about food for almost ten minutes! Man, I'm hungry. Explanation 
  • Oh~Tamura-saaan! What does yaoi mean?Explanation 
    • *GASP!* Th-that depends on which one you mean!
  • Various people on YouTube have created AMVs edited to Mario Brothers music. It's probably the most popular Lucky Star AMVs out there!
  • Lucky Spin!!!
  • They don't call it the Anime version of Seinfeld for nothing.
  • "Oh!" "Ooh!" "Uah!" "No!" "Yes." Explanation 
  • Also, Tsukasa. Just... Tsukasa.
  • Akira's "NEEEEE???!!" in the 8th Lucky Channel segment.
  • Since Emiri "Kagami" Katou played the notorious Kyubey, crossover Fan Art was inevitable. (Caution: NSFW ads.)
  • For whatever reason, the show attracted a lot of spooky art in the Japanese fandom. Of note are "Sadakonata" and "Spookasa", the former a one-eyed demon made up of Konata's hair and the latter any drawing of Tsukasa that can, well, spook you.
  • "Out of Touch Thursdays"Explanation 
  • Card Crusher. Explanation 
  • Anything involving Anime Tenchou and his antics.Explanation