Here you can know a little bit more about people that you probably already seen in memes on internet.
The “Ermahgerd Girl” meme began when a 16-year-old kid from Canada was browsing a public Facebook photo gallery, and decided to post a weird photo that he saw on Reddit. Three years later, the Ermahgerd Girl was on a backpacking trip in India when one of her friends messaged her to let her know that she had become a meme. Now, Maggie Goldenberger, the Ermahgerd Girl, is a nurse in Phoenix, Arizona.
First World Problems Girl
The woman behind the first world problems meme, Silvia Bottini, is an Italian born model and actress who’s been in a ton of commercials, and she even offers a public speaking course. She’s basically the perfect person to represent the First World Problems meme.
Bad Luck Brian
When Kyle Craven’s friend posted a yearbook outtake photo of his to Reddit, things got very real, very quickly. The photo in question was actually taken as a joke. In an interview with the Washington Post, Kyle said that “Picture days were always fun days for me,” and that he rubbed his face to make it red, squinted his eyes, puffed out his jaw and took what he thought would be a funny photo. Little did he know that a goof like that would make him Internet famous a few years later.
Ridiculously Photogenic Guy
Ridiculous Photogenic Guy is the meme that haunts men’s dreams. Zeddie Little, the man behind the meme, had his photograph snapped by amateur photographer Will King during a marathon. King posted the photo to his Flickr account and captioned it, “Ridiculously Photogenic Guy.” Little responded on Facebook with: “What the? I’m officially famous.”
When a photo of Laney Griner’s son Sammy became one of the most popular web memes ever, she wasn’t happy. But a few years later, she used the unwanted popularity of the meme to help raise $100,000 for her husband’s dialysis, and to pay for his kidney transplant. See? The Internet isn’t all bad.
What might be the best meme on the Internet became even better when the “Skateboarding Professor” agreed to an interview with Mashable. Tom Winter, the Skateboarding Professor, says of his fame: “You can roll, but you can’t hide.”
Despite seeming like the portrait of a child arsonist, “Disaster Girl” actually has fairly normal origins. In 2004, the girl and her dad, Dave Roth, were watching their local fire department perform a training exercise, and Roth snapped a perfectly timed picture. Even though Disaster Girl has grown up into a Disaster Young Woman, she still gives us the creeps.
Annoying Facebook Girl
We’ve all seen the “Annoying Facebook Girl” meme, but you probably never realized that there was a real person behind that crazy face. Fortunately for Internet lurkers everywhere, there’s an ongoing debate about who this person is. Obviously the debate about “Jess,” the annoying Facebook girl, began on Reddit but it has since spilled over into other areas of the Internet.
Overly Attached Girlfriend
Because the Internet moves so fast, a lot of people don’t remember that the Overly Attached Girl meme was created to poke fun at the clingier aspects of Justin Bieber’s single “Boyfriend.” The original lyrics are a little creepy – “If I was your boyfriend, never let you go / Keep you on my arm girl, you’d never be alone.” Lana Morris, a YouTuber, decided to do a parody song called “Girlfriend” in which she made fun of how incredibly clingy J. Biebs sounded in his song. A still from the newly dubbed “Overly Attached Girlfriend’s” YouTube video went viral in 2012, and never slowed down. Fortunately, Laina Morris has been able to capitalize on the meme and build a career around it.Scumbag Steve ScumbagSteve, the meme everyone loves to hate, is actually named Blake Boston and really is kind of a scumbag. The original photo is from his mom’s 2006 Myspace page. According to Boston, he could have “stopped everything” going on with his photo being used by a meme, but didn’t want to seem “uncool.”
Good Guy Greg
Good Guy Greg, as he’s known, got his start on 4chan and quickly became quite famous. He’s supposedly a commercial fisherman, but even that’s under dispute. You can see for yourself by checking out the Reddit thread.
Sudden Clarity Clarence
The original photo was submitted to the Australia Associated Press who was covering the Schoolies festival in Australia. On November 23rd, 2011, Redditor NorthernSkeptic submitted a post titled “Introducing Sudden Clarity Clarence” that included an image macro with the caption “Oh my God / dubstep sucks.” The rest is history.
The photo you see was taken at the Museum of Natural Sciences in Raleigh, North Carolina, by Jarod Knoten. The original photo below shows the father Dave with his son Mason. The photo was then submitted to Reddit where it spread like wildfire.