The last melon meme

The last melon meme

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The stereotype’s accuracy has been called into question; a study conducted between 1994 and 1996 found that African Americans, who made up 12.5 percent of the country’s population at the time, consumed just 11.1 percent of the country’s watermelon. [three] [requires citation]
The stereotype that African Americans love watermelon overly arose for a specific historical cause and served a specific political intent. This racist trope then erupted in popular culture in the United States, becoming so prevalent that its historical origins were lost. …… Whites used the stereotype to denigrate black people, turning what they used to further their own rights into a laughingstock.
In 1869, Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper is thought to have written the first published caricature of blacks enjoying watermelon.
[4] The fruit was used by proponents of slavery to portray African Americans as simple-minded people who were content with watermelon and a little rest.
[5] The whites in the South saw the slaves’ enjoyment of watermelon as a symbol of their own supposed benevolence.
[4] Minstrel shows often depicted African Americans as ignorant and lazy, prone to song and dance, and excessively fond of watermelon, perpetuating the myth.
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Exploding a watermelon with rubber bands

Finally, Synthetic Watermelon, also known as Finally, Watermelonium and Finally, X, are snowclone memes based on a stock picture of a male scientist carrying a test tube full of green liquid. The meme first gained popularity in the early 2010s as a response to the racist stereotype that African-Americans had a peculiar taste for watermelon. The format gained popularity as a snowclone in 2019, particularly in relation to Obamium memes.
Stock photography company Stockbyte released a CD set of Research and Development images before November 30th, 2006.
[1] One of the images showed an African-American scientist carrying a test tube full of green liquid (reupload shown below).
[3] Before February 16th, 2012, an anonymous user captioned the photo “Finally, plastic watermelon,” a reference to the watermelon stereotype.
[number four] The picture was first shared on Reddit on February 16th,[5]. We Know Memes,, [6] We Know Memes, [7] [8] as well as other websites (reupload shown below).

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Kjellberg criticizes Cocomelon’s material and makes fun of kids who watch the videos in the video. Kjellberg also says things like “your audience is just a bunch of motherfucking virgins,” which could be against YouTube’s rules against using offensive or obscene language in videos with children. Kjellberg also hands what seem to be plastic arms to a few kids near the end of the video, who use them to strike a melon.
According to official tweets from YouTube, the video was removed because it featured language that was inappropriate for children despite “looking like it was made for kids” and for producing material that “harms the YouTube community by persistently inciting animosity amongst creators for financial benefit.” The second rule is in line with YouTube’s policy on abuse of creators by other creators.
Although criticism and diss tracks are acceptable in some circumstances, “this video crossed the line,” according to the company’s statement. The removal did not result in a channel strike for Kjellberg’s channel, but the company warned that further violations of YouTube’s policies could result in a channel strike.

The last melon

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