In the autumn of , the image was used as a reaction image paired with captions where a set-up leads to a predictable outcome that nevertheless leaves one surprised. The first post to use the image as a reaction appeared on Tumblr  on September 26th, User popokko posted a scenario with the image and gained over , notes shown below. The post began spreading to other websites in the following days. As October progressed, the image was paired with more captions. On October 14th, a post with the format gained over 3, points shown below, left. On the 24th, a post edited to be blurry in order to make a point about the effects of prolonged computer use on eyesight gained over 6, points shown below, right. The format also appeared on other subreddits and sites. On March 16th, , Twitter user 0xKruzr reported that tweeting a Surprised Pikachu image caused an on-site suspension for posting gratuitous gore. On March 18th, StephenAymond reported that the posting the image no longer leads to a suspension.
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But, the king of them all? The Surprised Pikachu meme. The squirrel-like monster made his debut in the first episode of the series when he electrocuted trainer Ash Ketchum. OK, Boomer. Me: five more minutes Me: hits snooze Me: wakes up 50 minutes later Me: pic.
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As every '90s kid will confirm, Pikachu is an icon in itself. The electric type Pokemon - who first appeared in Japan in as part of the original Pokemon game, and then achieved worldwide fame through the popular Pokemon anime series - has now entered the age of Internet memes. The latest meme to take over Twitter is known as 'Surprised Pikachu', and it is as funny as it sounds. The meme uses a screenshot of - you guessed it - a surprised-looking Pikachu from season one of the original anime series, according to Know Your Meme. The premise of the meme is quite simple - a person does something that is sure to have an obvious outcome, and then expresses astonishment at the outcome.
When unaccompanied by text, it can be used as a mocking reaction image. Paired with text, it becomes an even bigger mockery of an obvious outcome that should have been but wasn't predicted. So far, it's the most-used meme of , and one of the biggest ones of the past few years.