YTMND

YTMND, an initialism for "You're the Man Now, Dog", is an online community centered on the creation of hosted web pages (known within the community as YTMNDs or sites) featuring a juxtaposition of an image (still or short animation) centered or tiled along with optional large zooming text and a looping sound file. Images and sound files used in YTMNDs are usually either created or edited by users. YTMND is generally a humor website, owing its tone and culture to the original YTMND and its early imitators. Many YTMNDs, however, range the entire spectrum of what may interest the viewer, from high art to simple entertainment to the political.

Read more about YTMNDHistory, Fads and Memes, Media Exposure

Other articles related to "ytmnds, ytmnd":

Mullet Man - Media Exposure
... Due to the nature and format of YTMNDs, the site has garnered attention from outside media sources ... Reuters wrote an article on Tom Cruise which made a reference to the Tom Cruise Kills Oprah YTMND ... when The Wall Street Journal published an article about YTMND, and mentioned several popular website creations, linking to many of them through their website ...
Mullet Man
... YTMND, an initialism for "You're the Man Now, Dog", is an online community centered on the creation of hosted web pages (known within the community as ... Images and sound files used in YTMNDs are usually either created or edited by users ... YTMND is generally a humor website, owing its tone and culture to the original YTMND and its early imitators ...
The Similou - Internet Meme
... "All This Love" is the base of an internet meme, particularly on the website YTMND ... On July 16, 2006, YTMND user Salta created a site called "Rainbow Stalin" which comes from a misinterpretation of the words "rainbow stylin'" in The Similou's song to be about ... However, Rainbow Stalin did not become a fad until 2009 when YTMND user dinosaur10 brought it back with his site "Reviewing a YTMND Memory." While the meme comes from YTMND ...
YTMND - Media Exposure
... Due to the nature and format of YTMNDs, the site has garnered attention from outside media sources ... on Tom Cruise which made a reference to the Tom Cruise Kills Oprah YTMND ... further publicity when The Wall Street Journal published an article about YTMND, and mentioned several popular website creations, linking to many of them through their website ...
The Heroes' Code - Trivia
... On the popular website, YTMND, a portion of the song "Answers" was used in a YTMND, "Tenacious D, Demon Exterminator", and sparked the fad "Mystery Song" ... the "Mystery Song" was uncovered by YTMND user Pocoloco, and supposedly won twenty dollars from orion44, a user who created a site offering twenty dollars to anyone who could discover who made the Mystery Song ... on the Mystery Song can be found on the YTMND wiki site for the Mystery Song here ...