Has your cat ever gone full derp? What it means is some cats have a wide range of facial expressions and sometimes they pull silly faces, All it takes is someone with a fast camera and “snap” you have a photo of your cat in full derp mode…
Ten of the Derpiest Cats That Have Gone Full Derp
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Info Source: Your common DeRp wants government spending and lots of it. DeRps don’t care if they have to borrow it’s only important that all of their choice interest groups (hobbies) are fed at the end of the day. The only difference between the DNC and the GOP is what the spending goes toward. They’re consumers just like generation x women and no one takes their men seriously. The generation x women wear the pants in the DeRp house and they represent the marginal power of the DeRp vote.
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Info Source: Derp is an expression associated with stupidity, much like the earlier forms of interjections like “duh” and “dur.” In image macros, the subject is typically portrayed with eyes that are pointed to each side and a caption that reads “DERP.” The words “herp” and “derp” are often used in rage comics to replace nondescript names or parts of a conversation.
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Info Source: The first known instance of the word “derp” comes from the 1998 comedy film Baseketball by South Park creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone. During a scene where they are caught smelling underwear taken from a woman’s private drawer, Matt runs out of the room and says “Derp.”
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Info Source: The South Park episode “The Succubus” originally aired on April 21st, 1999 introduced a character named Mr. Derp, who briefly served as the chef’s replacement. In this episode, the character performs various slapstick clichés like striking himself on the head with a hammer while exclaiming “Derp!” The expression has been used in a number of other South Park episodes, most notably in Season 6, Episode 15 “The Biggest Douche in the Universe” (2002) and Season 8th, Episode 6 “They Took Our Jobs (2004).”
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Info Source: The use of the term in the early 2000s was dominated by the influence of South Park episodes, as evident through a number of tribute YTMND sites that were uploaded as early as in May 2004. The image macros captioned “Derp” were first seen on 4chan’s /b/ (random) board circa July 2006, according to Encyclopedia Dramatica’s entry on the series. Prior to the emergence of “derp,” other indecipherable phrases have been used for reverse-captioning threads such as fgsfds and hurr durr.
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Info Source: The influence of “derp” continued to grow on 4chan through captioned image macros and the term became increasingly used as a non-descriptive placeholder in its text form. Inititally, the practice was limited to the basic pairing of an appropriate image and the caption “derp,” but it soon evolved into wordplays on the names of celebrity subjects depicted in the macros.
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Info Source: “Herp” and “derp” are often used in rage comics as place holders for names or topics in conversation that are not crucial in whatever story or joke is being told. A rage character named Herp Derp is meant to represent stupidity or ignorance.
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Info Source: Derpina Herpington is a female rage comic character derived from the “DERP” rage comics, commonly used as the female counterparts of male rage comic characters in relationship or dating-related instances.
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Info Source: On October 25th, 2010, a background character from the cartoon television series My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic was named “Derpy Hooves” due to an animation error that gave her a wall-eyed appearance in a scene during the show.
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Info Source: On August 18th, The Guardian reported that Reddit, Imgur, Twitch, Fark and Stack Exchange had joined an alliance titled “The Digital Ecologies Research Partnership” (DERP) to provide academic researchers with access to data of their social networks. According to the DERP website, all research supported by the partnership would be released to the public.