This booth is best consumed with the image above.
Who was he online? Really Cool Bird. I dunno why. But he was. Hoodie and all. I think that would have been a fun Halloween costume.
Gen Z Humor
It’s interesting. Jokes are no longer ephemeral like they used to be. Media lives forever and the sense of, “newness” for this generation is over saturated (refer to video). What’s prized now is inside humor or the type of humor that is intentionally ephemeral. It requires context. You have to be in the know. Honestly, it’s absolutely my kind of humor. It’s the reason I like oblique references to things on my t-shirts. If someone recognizes it, it means your t-shirt is recommending a friend. My CritRole or Wit t-shirts for example. If you know, you know. If you don’t, hang on tight, there might be another reference in a second you could grab on too.
What I love about Kat Racoon Comics is the artist takes a meme that has a distinctly different reference, removes that reality and then replaces it with new context as generated by the artist. Even if you don’t know the original reference, the thing is now newly funny and all can celebrate together. Trés inclusive.
Stuff from Childhood
After working through some of the files on Asher’s computer, we found some hidden away files he kept and rewatched offline. They were meaningful to little Asher and are preserved here.
More than Just Memes
It’s play throughs as well! HA! Everything’s content!