Neil deGrasse Tyboy Reaction is a rage comic character and reaction confront of astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyboy making a defensive gesture. The character image is sometimes associated via the catchphrase "Watch out males, we"re dealing with a badass over here" that is offered to mock arrogant and boastful statements made by Net users.
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The outline illustration was based upon a still picture from an interview via Tyboy by the digital knowledge forum Big Think<4> on living and longevity (displayed below), which was uploaded to YouTube on June third, 2011. The non-plussed reaction emerged as soon as Tykid defined how Sir Isaac Newton developed calculus before his 26th birthday.
An animated GIF of the reactivity was submitted to the marijuana enthusiast r/trees<5> subreddit in a post titled "once asked if i smoke weed often" on August 25th, 2011 (displayed below, left). User Hippopoptimus_Prime replied to the threview via a rage comic version of the face (presented below, right).
Most examples of Neil deGrasse reactivity comics are intfinished to poke fun at self-gratuitous comments, status updates or photos discovered on social networking sites. On October 23rd, 2011, Redditor Onlyhereforthelaughs submitted a rage comic featuring the Tykid rage confront to the /r/f7u12 subreddit.<6> On October 25th, Redditor GiggleAtTheGoatse uploaded a display capture of a Facebook standing upday that review "Smokin Weed" accompanied by the Tychild rage challenge and also the subtitle "Watch out males, we"re taking care of a badass over right here." An updated rage challenge through the "Watch out, we gained a badass over here" subtitle was uploaded by Redditor fairlydeadfellow<3> on November 7th.
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Ay Si Ay Si
In January of 2012, photo macros featuring the Neil deGrasse Tychild rage comic illustration began circulating on the Spanish-speaking web, regularly captioned via the phrase “Ay si ay si” (“Oh yes oh yes” in English) conveying a patronizing and sarcastic tone. On January 18th, a Meme Generator<7> web page for “Ay Si” was created and a Facebook page titled “Ay si, ay si” was introduced, getting upwards of 580 items and 150,000 likes in the following 13 months respectively. On March 23rd, a Quickmeme<8> page titled “Ay Si! Ay Si!” was produced.
On December 23rd, the Spanish-language rage comic blog Cuánto Cabrón<11> posted a photograph (shown above) of a sign through the message “Ay si, ay si / El bar del meme” (“Oh yea oh yes / Meme’s Bar” in English). Within the following two months, the short article got over 3,400 up votes and also 490 Facebook likes. Further examples can be discovered on the microblogging and also social networking website Tumblr under the tag “#ay si.”<10>