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Pepe the Frog Facts
Pepe the Frog was created by American artist and cartoonist Matt Furie in 2005. Its usage as a meme came from his comic Boy’s Club #1. The progenitor of Boy’s Club was a zine Furie made on Microsoft Paint called Playtime, which included Pepe as a character.He posted his comic in a series of blog posts on Myspace in 2005.
In the comic, Pepe is seen urinating with his pants pulled down to his ankles and the catchphrase “feels good man” was his rationale.Furie took those posts down when the printed edition was published in 2006.
Pepe was used in blog posts on Myspace and became an in-joke on Internet forums. In 2008, the page containing Pepe and the catchphrase was scanned and uploaded to 4chan’s board, which has been described as the meme’s “permanent home”.The meme took off among 4chan users, who adapted Pepe’s face and catchphrase to fit different scenarios and emotions, such as melancholy, anger, and surprise.Color was also added; originally a black-and-white line drawing, Pepe became green with brown lips, sometimes in a blue shirt. “Feels Guy”, or “Wojak”, originally an unrelated character typically used to express melancholy, was eventually often paired with Pepe in user-made comics or images.
In 2014, images of Pepe were shared on social media by celebrities such as Katy Perry and Nicki Minaj.As Pepe became more widespread, 4chan users began referring to particularly creative and unique variants of the meme as “rare Pepes”. These images, sometimes as physical paintings,were sold on eBay and posted on Craigslist.4chan users referred to those who used the meme outside the website as “normies” (or “normalfags”).In 2015, Pepe was #6 on Daily News and Analysis’s list of the most important memes and the most retweeted meme on Twitter.
Social media service Gab uses a Pepe-like illustration of a frog (named “Gabby”) as its logo. The site is popular with the alt-right.