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Page type: Meme
Era: Internet centralization
Categories: Classic memes ; Gallery
First appearance: 2003
Peak popularity: May 2004

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The original picture.
When a debate turns into a flamewar, it might be tempting to stop trying to have a conversation in good faith, and engage in trolling instead. In the early 2000s, it became a common tactic in such situations to share an image of a man screaming, pointing in front of him, with the text "NO U" written in bright red letters on the image.

It seems impossible to figure out when or where this meme originated, or who the person on the image is. All that remains is traces of its existence in 2003, along with a spike of searches for "angry asian" in 2004.



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