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We have found it my brothas. He’s finally here. Modeled after the release of the first dead meme collectible, the one foot version of this big red boi has come to life. The craftsmanship of this collectible is detailed, smooth, and precise. It is durable and weighty. It can balance on its own and has a matte feel to the touch. Honestly, it's just plain cute. The collectible ships in a tough outer box with soft protective foam, which glides open to reveal the big red boi. The packaging features an illustrated detailed scene inspired by dead meme’s home planet, paying homage to the animated Youtooz banner created for the original dead meme release. The interior of the packaging contains protective foam for the collectible.
how it started how it’s going pic.twitter.com/QO5sRWHuxX— youtooz (@youtooz) October 9, 2020
About Dead Meme
His origin can be traced to a video uploaded by Youtuber Gregzilla on February 20th, 2017. Upon viewing the video, a young artist known only by alias tidiestflyer created a 3D model based off Gregzilla's original depiction. Thus began his meteoric rise to international notoriety, making this one of the fastest growing memes of its generation.
By December 2017, it had become a VR phenomenon. Swarms of players using the avatar took over random lobbies, terrorizing innocent users by congregating in groups to ask if anyone "knows the way" or where they could find their elusive "Queen". When angered or concerned for the safety of the Queen, they have been known to exhibit a defensive reflex of spitting in the direction of potential aggressors.
The meme's favorite film is Who Killed Captain Alex? by director Nabwana Isaac Geoffrey Godfrey. Shot entirely in Uganda, the film is rumored to have been produced using a record budget of only $200.00.
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