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Copypasta

Page type: Meme
Era: Internet centralization
Categories: Mainstream memes ; Classic memes ; Copypasta
First appearance: April 2006

Copy and paste



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The word copypasta appeared in 2006[1], as a way to give a name to uninteresting messages which were getting spammed all over some websites.

It is a portmanteau made from the combination of "copy/paste" and "pasta"[2], used to qualify text snippets which get copied and pasted in conversations. It is unknown why the word "pasta" was chosen.

Most copypasta begin their lives as legitimate messages, which are so silly, so bad, or so good, that they get repeated by others out of context, and eventually turn into memes.

Copypasta tend to be inside jokes, making them quite confusing to newcomers unaware that they are reading out of context copied and pasted text.



On the various types of copypasta



copypasta_cockmongler.jpg
Cockmongler generously offering you some of his copypasta
Just like pasta, there are many varieties of copypasta.

The most common the ones used to mock certain types of people, such as the navy seal copypasta, the high IQ copypasta, or they targeted gamers.

Others such as Bel-air or shittymorph are used by trolls to subvert a reader's expectations by tricking them into thinking they were reading something actually interesting.

A more outlandish variation is emojipasta, copypasta with added emoji sauce in order to make it properly indegistible.

There are a few more types of copypasta, including absurdist pasta such as tendies stories or scary pasta such as creepypasta.

You can find a list of more or less interesting copypasta in the copypasta category of this compendium.



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[1] The origins of copypasta on Stackexchange discusses its origins and has a theory on the choice of the word "pasta".

[2] Copypasta on Merriam-Webster gives a more grammatical analysis of copypasta.



Copy and paste



copypasta.jpg
The word copypasta appeared in 2006, as a way to give a name to uninteresting messages which were getting spammed all over some websites.

It is a portmanteau made from the combination of "copy/paste" and "pasta", used to qualify text snippets which get copied and pasted in conversations. It is unknown why the word "pasta" was chosen.

Most copypasta begin their lives as legitimate messages, which are so silly, so bad, or so good, that they get repeated by others out of context, and eventually turn into memes.

Copypasta tend to be inside jokes, making them quite confusing to newcomers unaware that they are reading out of context copied and pasted text.



On the various types of copypasta



copypasta_cockmongler.jpg
Cockmongler generously offering you some of his copypasta
Just like pasta, there are many varieties of copypasta.

The most common the ones used to mock certain types of people, such as the navy seal copypasta, the high IQ copypasta, or they targeted gamers.

Others such as Bel-air or shittymorph are used by trolls to subvert a reader's expectations by tricking them into thinking they were reading something actually interesting.

A more outlandish variation is emojipasta, copypasta with added emoji sauce in order to make it properly indegistible.

There are a few more types of copypasta, including absurdist pasta such as tendies stories or scary pasta such as creepypasta.

You can find a list of more or less interesting copypasta in the copypasta category of this compendium.



Copy and paste



copypasta.jpg
The word copypasta appeared in 2006, as a way to give a name to uninteresting messages which were getting spammed all over some websites.

It is a portmanteau made from the combination of "copy/paste" and "pasta", used to qualify text snippets which get copied and pasted in conversations. It is unknown why the word "pasta" was chosen.

Most copypasta begin their lives as legitimate messages, which are so silly, so bad, or so good, that they get repeated by others out of context, and eventually turn into memes.

Copypasta tend to be inside jokes, making them quite confusing to newcomers unaware that they are reading out of context copied and pasted text.



On the various types of copypasta



copypasta_cockmongler.jpg
Cockmongler generously offering you some of his copypasta
Just like pasta, there are many varieties of copypasta.

The most common the ones used to mock certain types of people, such as the navy seal copypasta, the high IQ copypasta, or they targeted gamers.

Others such as Bel-air or shittymorph are used by trolls to subvert a reader's expectations by tricking them into thinking they were reading something actually interesting.

A more outlandish variation is emojipasta, copypasta with added emoji sauce in order to make it properly indegistible.

There are a few more types of copypasta, including absurdist pasta such as tendies stories or scary pasta such as creepypasta.

You can find a list of more or less interesting copypasta in the copypasta category of this compendium.



Copy and paste



copypasta.jpg
The word copypasta appeared in 2006, as a way to give a name to uninteresting messages which were getting spammed all over some websites.

It is a portmanteau made from the combination of "copy/paste" and "pasta", used to qualify text snippets which get copied and pasted in conversations. It is unknown why the word "pasta" was chosen.

Most copypasta begin their lives as legitimate messages, which are so silly, so bad, or so good, that they get repeated by others out of context, and eventually turn into memes.

Copypasta tend to be inside jokes, making them quite confusing to newcomers unaware that they are reading out of context copied and pasted text.

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