"I need you to wear this bolo tie. It's office policy."Explanation In the second animation, the Pointy-Haired Boss forces Dilbert to wear a bolo tie as part of a new policy.
"Hut hut hut hut hut hut hut hut hut"Explanation One part of the short has Dilbert and Wally discussing football around the water cooler. This soon degrades into Wally simply listing various football teams while Dilbert says "hut hut hut hut hut..." for quite some time.
"I think you should kill yourself, Dilbert."Explanation Dogbert's advice to Dilbert in the third short.
"I'll let you go if you can tell me which came first: Ranch or Cool Ranch."Explanation Dilbert holds his coworker Alice at gunpoint and asks her which Doritos flavor came first.
"You stupid bitch. You stupid fucking bitch. I can't believe how dumb you are."Explanation Part of Dilbert's lengthy screed after Alice gets the above question wrong and dies.
SUB HUMANExplanation Alice's blood spells this message, tying in with the above.
DEHUMANIZE YOURSELF AND FACE TO BLOODSHED.Explanation The third short ends with Dilbert killing himself and the screen being filled with this line repeated several times. (The text is taken from the game The Screamer.)
"[Name]! How dare you [action]! That's it! You are grounded grounded grounded grounded grounded for [absurdly large number] years! Go to your room now!"Explanation "Grounded" videos (videos where a character is grounded for something they did) usually end with an authority figure saying something to this effect.
"Why don't you go to the shop across the road and buy a diamond ring, so that you can ENGAGE ME. ENGAGE ME. ENGAGE ME ENGAGE ME ENGAGE ME ENGAGE ME ENGAGE ME ENGAGE ME ENGAGE ME."Explanation Another type of video — "[Name] Misbehaves at [Store Chain]" — often feature a replication of Cartman's "fuck me" rant that is inexplicably censored to "engage me".
TROGDOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOR!Explanation Trogdor in general, made in the sbemail "dragon", quickly became one of the most popular characters (particularly said email's song, of which the Metal Scream is quoted here).
"Knock, knock! It's me, the Ratboy Genius!"Explanation The titular character's Catchphrase.
"Nark, nark!"Explanation The Synthetic Voice Acting makes the above phrase sound like this (also spelled "narc, narc").
"Yiff, yiff!"Explanation A variant of the above phrase, originating from a piece of Tumblr fanart.
"There are many things that need to be erased."Explanation A quote from Little King John, which was referenced by the popular game Cookie Clicker.
Potato knishes.Explanation One of the channel's most (in)famous videos is Little King John's song "Potato Knishes", where he sings about the titular foodstuff (among other things) while contorting in various strange ways.
Camping: it's a legitimate strategy.Explanation The Red and Blue Zealots, AKA Halo fanboys, are playing Team Slayer as usual when one of them camps, which means to hide in a corner in order to unexpectedly gun down any enemy player who comes close. While it is a legitimate strategy, it isn't very fun for everyone who isn't the camper.
Bow chika bow wow!Explanation Tucker's catchphrase, which he says right after making or hearing a Double Entendre.
That... was the worst throw, ever. Of all time.Explanation Caboose throws a grenade right into the wall he and Washington are hiding behind, leading Wash to say this line in exasperation.
Since generalized to "the best/worst/funniest/other comparative term X ever. Of all time."
What am the sky? How does eat food?Explanation Questions that might as well be asked by someone who doesn't know what fire is.
MY NAME IS MICHAEL J CABOOSE. AND I. HATE. BABIES!Explanation Caboose, channeling Omega in order to be mean, spouts many random, yet awesome phrases. Listed below.
I WILL EAT YOUR UNHAPPINESS.
YOUR FACE IS A MOUNTAIN OF HATRED.
YOUR TOAST IS BURNT. AND NO AMOUNT OF SCRAPING WILL REMOVE THE BLACK PART.
I also have my own achieveables! BLEEP BLOOP!Explanation The achievements PSA has Caboose make his own achievements, all of them some variation of Bleep Bloop.
You ever wonder why we're here?Explanation The third line in the entire series, functioning as Arc Words whenever possible.
The first episode in particular has been the subject of many parodies and fan-remakes.
Warthog? Looks more like a puma...Explanation Calling the classic Halo jeep a Warthog doesn't sit well with Grif and Simmons, because they think it looks like a puma.
"MAINE IS BACK!" "No." Explanation The response of several people to Sharkface's appearance in the first episode of Season 13 without his armor was to claim that was Agent Maine. Many people assumed that Maine survived, despite the fact that the tattoos didn't match up. This was followed by those knowing that it was Sharkface telling them the truth.
Any time Sharkface's name is mentioned, expect fans to reply; "SHARKFACE OOH HAHA." Revealed by Miles to have been a running joke among the animators from early in production, and they were delighted to see the fandom join in.
Yeah, but he's a ghost.Explanation This phrase, and varients, are often uttered by people who either don't want Church to die, or by people who don't think the writers will go through with it.
Church, in his usual mini-holo mode, sitting glumly on Carolina's chest after she was knocked out by Sharkface in their previous fight lamenting how pissed she [Carolina] is going to be once she wakes up is beginning to spread around the community.
"Wait. That's illegal." Explanation Said by Church in the "Real Life vs the Internet" special when Grif tries to download a CD for free (to which Grif states that it isn't illegal because he doesn't want it to be). It has since become a general reaction to anything illegal, nonsensical, or impossible.
"Now that's a katana!" Explanation A suggestive line said by Ruby when a centerfold comes out of Blake's "Ninjas of Love" book. It's also resurfaced several times in the series itself.
"This is filth! FILTH!" Explanation Ruby's comment to Blake after Blake walks into Team RWBY's room and finds Ruby with the "Ninjas of Love" book.
"You don't understand my vision!" Explanation Zwei's butt (primarily his X-shaped anus) has become popular, resulting in an episode using it as its main joke: Episode 10 ("Zwei Painting") has Ruby change its appearance, resulting in her screaming the meme phrase when the judge, Weiss, reacts with disgust.
"Nothing Bad. Ever. Happened. EEEVEEEEEEEERRRRRR." Explanation When Team JNPR first enter the Chibi show, Team RWBY react to Pyrrha with shock as an allusion to events of the main show. Nora confronts the screen and tells the audience this. As a result, any time anything potentially bad happens in the fandom relating to the shows, or within the shows, this over-exaggerated phrase becomes the memetic response.
Pairing Confirmed! Explanation The Chibi show will tease the fandom's more popular ships, as well as making jokes out of crack ships. As a result, the fandom now exclaims "Pairing Confirmed!" whenever even minor interaction occurs between characters to the point where the fan-made subtitles for the show on You Tube also uses the phrase for any such interaction.
Screaming Pyrrha. Explanation In Episode 8, Nora accidentally startled Pyrrha into throwing an entire kitchen of pots, pans, and appliances at her. Pyrrha's extremely shocked expression was instantly made into a meme.
Screaming Nora. Explanation In season 2's debut, Nora started crying when Pyrrha accidentally squashed a pair of cow toys with her shield. The fandom quickly seized on this and gave Nora the same treatment as Pyrrha last season.
Respect the moostache! Explanation The premiere of Season 3 of Chibi included a skit where Velvet uses her copying semblance to mimic Ports weapon and moustache, then proceeded to mock his MANLY attitude. One of the crowning moments from the above example is when Port dejectedly walks off and Velvet keeps teasing, ending in a super hammy delivery of this line.
Love Daddy. Explanation This is the name that Taiyang used on a dating site, quickly grabbing the fans' attention. People have started referring to him as such ever since.
Take the shot, Ruby! Explanation Yang's urgent request to Ruby in "One Shot, One Pill" to snipe a pill into Tai's mouth was tacked onto edited shots of Ruby sniping characters to ensure that ships go her way - including shooting Pyrrha.
Teenage Faunus Ninja Catgirl! Explanation This episode of Chibi had spawned numerous parodies of the themesong from the nineties cartoon, one of the most popular being Teenage Faunus Ninja Catgirl/ Teenage Faunus Ninja Catgirl/ Teenage Faunus Ninja Catgirl/ Emo with a black bow/ KITTY POWER!
"I'm Yang. Let's fight." Explanation Yang's line from "Kids vs Adults vs Pups" quickly became memetic among the fandom
THE GLORIOUS PC GAMING MASTER RACE! Explanation A Console Vs PC joke that has since been appropriated by PC users as an in-joke, even those who have never seen the show.
Dirty console peasant Explanation The counterpart for the above meme.
TELL ME MORE ABOUT X Explanation A phrase used to mock the somewhat unnatural dialect of dialogue trees that tend to pop up frequently
SPUNKGARGLEWEEWEE Explanation A derogative moniker for modern shooters that ashew the fast-paced challenging fun disposition of their predecessors (like Doom) in favor of visually stunning, but formulaic experience, drap pallette, pseudo-realism, railroading and penchance for wanton warmongering.
LET'S ALL LAUGH AT AN INDUSTREE THAT NEVER LEARNS ANYTHING, TEE-HEE-HEE Explanation The section (and the catchy tune) decoted to the systemic failure of the gaming industries or its most spectacular and indicative srew-ups
Potty Monkey: "Who names their kid Potty Monkey?" Explanation On the comments section of this cartoon, the siblings of the toddlers who watched the video will comment about how weird it is that the monkey doesn't have a normal name.