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    Oct 10, 1979 (Age: 37)
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    Rage comics are what are considered to be an internet "meme" (pronounced "meem") and are also considered to be one of the most popular on the internet. While they have already been around since mid 2007, originating on the online image board "4chan", they started to become amazingly popular all around the internet in 2009 and in 2011 became certainly one of the top 20 most searched internet memes in the entire world.

    What exactly is a rage comic? A rage comic is just a short, four part (2x2 grid) comic that features the "rage face" or "rage guy" which is really a Microsoft paint created image of a face that is apparently crying and surging with fury. Yet another important part of the rage face is the text behind the "rage face" that typically says something along the lines of "FFFFFFFFFFFFFUUU-", which is really a way of expressing anger or frustration that was coined by 4chan users amongst the creation of the rage comic. The purpose of the rage comic is normally to express a common "real life" scenario that can be very frustrating to anyone experiencing it. The very first three parts of a rage comic often describe said situation and also have illustrations that go along with it, leading up to the "rage face" or "rage guy". For example, the first section of the rage comic book could possibly be "Me waking up in the morning for work" then a picture of a person filling a coffee pot with water" and then an illustration of a very excited in concerned person with them saying "I can not wait for my coffee I will be so tired" and then a picture of the person finding out that they have been out of coffee followed closely by the ever renowned "rage face". This is only a good example, but shows how rage comics are used to unite people on a common ground when they find out that they are out of coffee as it can be frustrating to anyone. Besides humor, using them to express what one is feeling of a frustrating situation has become the principal objective of the rage comic; people can see if the things that frustrate them also frustrate other fellow net users and I can personally see that this is a positive experience when I see a rage comic that shows something that also frustrates me. There are many things that some individuals feel are exclusive in their mind, which is often embarrassing. But with the utilization of other memes and the rage funny, it shows that there are many other people out there who feel the same way you do about certain situations.

    There are potentially an incredible number of different variations of rage comics that can be seen on many different websites such as rageslide.com. Web sites like these allow visitors to scroll through different groups of rage comics depending on their disposition, these sites are excellent for midday entertainment if the visitor finds themselves bored or simply looking for a laugh. These sites have active databases which are updated hourly with new and hilarious rage comics from all over the web. You can find also web sites that have meme templates and allow users to generate their own variations of the popular comic. That is ideal for a lot of people as it allows them to simply insert text, as well as pictures and other popular "meme faces" from the internet. In addition, it gives those who lack Microsoft paint and artistic skills to generate rage comics based simply on their ideas. As stated, rage comics have grown to be one of the most popular memes on the net, and with sites like rageslide.com, could be enjoyed by everyone else.

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