Memes’ influence on social media is increasing day by day. With the staggering growth of memes on web, many questions come up. Some questions are unanswerable and some can be answered, you just need to do some research. All of you must be aware of the famous meme picture “Bitch Please”, yes that frowny man with an expression that has thousands of meaning.
But how this picture got so famous on Internet?
On July 11th, 2010, a Reddit post was submitted by artist “downlow” which featured numerous drawings he had created for rage comics that were never used, including the Yao Ming drawing. In the same thread, downlow confirmed that the drawing was based on a screen capture of Ming from the press conference in May.
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Redditor alkalait replied to the thread remarking that it appeared as if Yao Ming was saying “bitch please.”
On September 13th, 2010, a rage comic featuring the Yao Ming face accompanied by the caption “dumb bitch” was submitted to the f7u12 subreddit by Redditor fifa10. The image was often referred to as “dumb bitch” until February 19th, 2011, when a rage comic titled “I let my 7 year old cousin use the rage editor and this is what she made” by Redditor nagem which reached to the front page of reddit, accumulating 3,990 up votes prior to being archived.
In April of 2011, a series of rage comics were submitted to the f7u12 subreddit, using the Yao Ming face as a response to discovering spiders. The comics typically end with the Yao Ming face setting fire to an entire house in order to destroy a single arachnid. While several spider burning rage comics did appear before hand the one first associated with the Yao Ming face was by Redditor punkhobo.
So the name of this face is “Yao Ming” and it means “Bitch Please” originally.There are many other meaning developed by people on web.
It is also used to express “Dumb Bitch”. The “dumb bitch” varieties are often used in misogynistic jokes in rage comics, while “fuck that” versions tend to express a more flippant attitude towards an unworthy remark made by someone else. The reaction image can be used with a tone similar to that of the Are You Serious? Face.
by Jay Thadeshwar, My Profile