Rare pepe frog memes
Pepe the Frog is a cartoon character that has become a popular Internet meme often referred to as the "sad frog meme" by people unfamiliar with the name of the character. The character first appeared in in the on-line cartoon Boy's Club. In that appearance, the character also first used its catchphrase, "feels good, man. The Pepe the Frog character did not originally have racist or anti-Semitic connotations.
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Rare Pepes are unique illustrations and photoshops of the character Pepe the Frog which are ostensibly valued as if they are trading cards based on their relative saturation on the web. After a collection was posted for sale on eBay in March , Rare Pepes have been frequently listed by users on other online marketplaces. In the first week, the gallery received more than , views. On April 3rd, the Internet humor site Smosh  published an article about the rare Pepe images. On May 18th, YouTuber ayy caramba uploaded a clip from an Israeli television show with fake subtitles discussing a Rare Pepe economic crash shown below.
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They declared that certain images of Pepe were rare, and insisted that certain images could not be copied by poorly watermarking them. Then in April , as a sweeping act of meme seppuku, someone uploaded collection of 1, different pictures of Pepe to Imgur, and announced that the market of rare Pepes has been flooded and all Pepes are devalued. It was like Black Friday for the fake meme market. Of course, there were no rare Pepes. The very idea of collecting Pepes like comic books or other geeky collectibles something the average redditor would likely be more familiar with than the world of fine art dealing was all a big joke.
Some links in this story lead to offensive material. But even cartoon amphibians can go through a metamorphosis. Pepe soon took on a life of his own, and his mischief became much less impish.