Where did the "Mr. Dudets" meme come from, and what is its meaning?

Where did the "Mr. Dudets" meme come from, and what is its meaning?

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Answer 1
July, 2021

The meaning of the meme "Mr. Dudets" is a kind of psychological provocation. People today can associate this character in different ways. Some see only an ordinary drawn character who is playing a musical instrument, others may notice that this character appears in the news feed at certain intervals and for a reason. In any case, many people think that this is just an ordinary cartoon person. My bones are strong enough, I don't seem to break anything. I'm not complaining about my teeth. I don’t need to write "thank you mister dude." For example, who wants ice cream, write "ice cream ice cream"

Answer 2
July, 2021

Why do we thank Mister Dudts?

Any schoolchild will answer you to this: "For Mister Dudts to bless us with calcium and strong bones." But in this answer, the causal link is clearly broken. At the time of thanksgiving, Mr. Dudets had not done anything yet: he had not blessed me, but he had not cursed me either. So why should I thank him when it would be more appropriate to ask him?

Thus, we do not answer the question "for what?", We just replace it with the question "why?" or "what is the benefit?" And this is a completely different - praxeological - level of response. And we are philosophers, epta. So we must look at the root and ripen like a fruit.

Now, with Heideggerian pathos, let us proclaim: the question of Mr. Dud was never properly posed, so it must be resumed. Why do we thank Mr. Dude?

The answer is there. We thank Mr. Dudt for what the famous speculative realist Quentin Meillassoux failed to cope with, namely, for solving the ghost dilemma. Mr. Duddy embodied the dissatisfaction with "an existential solution to the ghost dilemma through a speculative and non-metaphysical solution to Hume's problem." Let's thin out the discourse a bit.

What is a ghost from Quentin's perspective? It is not a properly mourned deceased who haunts and troubles us. Why can't we mourn him and finally establish a painless and safe bond like we do with the rest of the dead? Because his death was so terrible that we cannot mourn it, also because we cannot imagine what he went through. The ghost does not take revenge, he is on the other side of revenge. He casts a shadow that falls on us as a heavy burden. "Anyone who inadvertently listens to their cries runs the risk of spending the rest of his life listening to their cries." And in the 20th century, there were more than enough innocent victims, so what to do?

The religious position believes that the establishment of a painless connection with these ghosts is impossible if there is no reward, that is, the afterlife. The atheistic position disposes that the existence of God does not give us any grounds for such a hope, because only a sick bastard with specific tastes can allow so many terrible deaths, and even make us love himself for it. No God, no reward. Dead end. But here Quentin makes a trick: this aporia is solved through contingency. There is no God yet, but he will appear at any moment, with the one we need. Why? Why not? Prove that you don't! On this Quentin can object: why, in fact, yes? In general, the solution is not so-so.

Mister-sage solves this dilemma simply and in his own genius. He has what Quentin lacked. The immediate appearance of the ghost, that is, the very Mr. Peer into its empty eye sockets. What do you see there? Nothing, gaping emptiness. You gaze into nothing, but are you terrified? No, on the contrary, joy and good spirits. How merrily he plays the trumpet for us! Sing, dance and rampage misterdude! We cannot mourn the ghost, but we can dance with him. Let the dude die a terrible death, we have nowhere to know about it. But we see him singing his death, so let's join him. Let us leave the dead to bury their dead, and we ourselves will dance after the wise man ("mister" in this context is certainly from the word "mystery").

Thank you, Mr. Dudets! For life without expectation of reward. Thank you Mister Dudets! For life without a sick bastard! Thank you Mister Dudets! For calcium and strong bones, because they are necessary for me to dance!

Answer 3
July, 2021

https://www.youtube.com/embed/mQl62BKriuU?wmode=opaque

WHO IS MISTER FUCK - HISTORY OF A MEME

Everyone who likes, Mister Dude will bless calcium and strong bones, but only if you write in the comments "thank you mister dude"

Answer 4
July, 2021

In 2011, an English-speaking YouTube user posted a video in which a skull with a pipe appeared (although it appeared even earlier in the form of a GIF, as mentioned above). There was no semantic load in this, just someone made a model in 3D Movie Maker and decided to share it with others.

The video began to spread across various sites and forums (it was more often found on resources devoted to computer games, although it was most strongly forced on imageboards) and became a meme called Skull Trumpet or Mr Skeltal. You can now find many remixes on YouTube that use trumpet sound. The meme is sometimes associated with the song "Spooky Scary Skeleton", so under such videos you can often stumble upon comments like "2 spooky 4 me".

Most recently, Skull Trumpet was leaked to the public on VKontakte, where it was called Mister Dudets .

Answer 5
July, 2021

Your TheQuestion was visited by Mr. Dude himself!

! http: //arhivach.org/storage/7/9f/79f9761400832af691988543dca5ce8a.jpg

Everyone who puts a plus, Mr. Dude bless you with calcium and strong bones, but only if you write in the comments "thank you mister dude"

PS Dudets (mr skeltal) was originally a GIF, probably the work of some animator. Dudets moved to Russia, as is usually the case, from Western imageboards, at first he settled on two (a great way to get a zero), and then (after 6-7 years) he moved to our beloved Vkshechka. Traditionally, the picture with him is complemented by a call to respond to the post by thanking the character.

The meaning of the meme is an elementary provocation to write your comment, thereby increasing the activity of any discussion, thread, if you like. Well, the humor of the character himself comes exclusively from illogical and grotesque (these are the head and hands of a skeleton, operating with a wind instrument, and even under a funny name).

Good luck, Mr. Dude.

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