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This is the blank meme template of Rule 34. You can customize this blank meme template of Rule 34 and make your funny memes. According To Wiki Rule 34 originated from a 2003 webcomic, captioned “Rule #34 There is porn of it. No exceptions.” The comic was drawn by TangoStari (Peter Morley-Souter) to depict his shock at seeing Calvin and Hobbes parody porn. Though the comic faded into obscurity, the caption instantly became popular on the Internet. Since then, this phrase has been adapted into different syntactic versions and even used as a verb. In May 2007, a Rule 34 database was launched on Paheal.net with a searchable archive of Rule 34 images, and similar sites began appearing soon after.[unreliable source?] On August 20 that year, the webcomic xkcd published a comic titled “Rule 34”, which involved hypothetical sexual scenarios including homoerotic spelling bees.
In 2008, users of the imageboard 4chan posted numerous sexually explicit parodies and cartoons illustrating Rule 34. In the special argot of 4chan request forums, “porn” is called rule 34, Pr0nz. One dictionary of neologisms claims that Rule 34 “began appearing on Internet postings in 2008.”As Rule 34 continued spreading on the Internet, traditional media began reporting on it. A 2009 Daily Telegraph article listed Rule 34 as a third of the “Top 10” Internet rules and laws. A 2013 CNN story said Rule 34 was “likely the most famous” Internet rule that has become part of mainstream culture. On November 14, 2018, a Twitch streamer celebrated turning eighteen by posting a video to Twitter in which he looked up Rule 34 pictures. The popular video and its responses were covered by The Daily Dot.
Fan fiction has eroticized numerous political figures from the 2016 United States presidential election and the 2021 Suez Canal obstruction by the container ship Ever Given. Short low-cost books called “Tinglers” have depicted anthropomorphized dinosaurs and airplanes in sexual acts. The likely pseudonymous author, Chuck Tingle, published dystopian erotica on Brexit, featuring sex with a giant one-pound coin from the future, hours after the referendum passed.