Image Macros: Oddballs and Advanced Forms
Throughout the week, I've looked at Image Macros: Intro to LOL Cats, "Invisible" LOL Cats, "I Can Has Cheezburger?" LOL Cats, and I'm in Your X, Y'ing Your Z. Today the series wraps up with some unusual Image Macros that have caught my eye.
"Bucket" Image Macros are based on this deeply evocative two-panel image:
It loses a bit when scaled down like this -- check out a larger image at ihasabucket.com. (You know you've got a successful Image Macro when your entire site is just the image.) Also note that "Bucket" Image Macros are sometimes called "LOLrus" after the walrus (sea lion?) in this image.
More unusual (and awesome) Image Macros after the jump.
Pictured at left is a true Image Macro, from the Wikipedia page on Image Macros -- this is the ROFL Waffle. This image can be used in place of a typical text-based "ROFL" (Rolling On [the] Floor Laughing) text reply, to liven things up. Also recommended for waffle fans. (See also: Waffle House Fun Facts.)
Do Not Want is a genre of Image Macros based on incorrect subtitles in a pirated DVD version of Star Wars: Episode III (read the whole, long story) -- in a scene where Darth Vader yells "Nooooo!" the DVD subtitles read: "Do not want." Animals seem not to want lots of things, most notably fruits and vegetables. Here are some examples:
Relevant to My Interests has something to do with animals posting on web forums. (I'd like to see which forums are truly relevant to their interests, actually.) See:
And, finally, here's a treat. Fine Art Image Macros add text to famous paintings for a bizarre cross-century artistic mashup. For example:
Okay, one more, which seems to somehow tie all this together. Historical Image Macros:
Well, I hope you've enjoyed this week of Image Macros -- I sure have! Special thanks to all those who created these images...whoever you are.
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