What can we expect from Shane Dawson’s second ‘Conspiracy Series’ video? - Dexerto
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What can we expect from Shane Dawson’s second ‘Conspiracy Series’ video?

Published: 2/Feb/2019 20:40 Updated: 2/Feb/2019 20:44

by Virginia Glaze

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Popular YouTuber Shane Dawson has finally scheduled the release of the second installment in his ‘Conspiracy’ documentary series – and he may have given fans a glimpse at what’s to come, as well.

Dawson revealed that Part Two of his series is set to drop on Wednesday, February 6, and will take a drastically different turn from its predecessor.

“It’s A LOT different than Part One,” Dawson said of the upcoming episode. “It’s more of a storyline with some conspiracy elements mixed in. I’m really excited for you guys to see it.”

Dawson’s first episode covered a plethora of conspiracies, from “brain-washing” cartoons to the California wildfires, and even recent technology like AI program ‘DeepFakes’ and iPhone glitches.

Dawson likewise hinted that his series will expose a fake YouTube relationship, as told by Drama Alert host Daniel ‘KEEMSTAR’ Keem – although he hasn’t spilled the beans as to the identities of the YouTubers in question.

This could hold up with Dawson’s mention of a “storyline” in his Tweet, although the other conspiracy elements are as yet unknown.

The series’ first episode was accidentally demonetized by YouTube just a few hours after its release on January 31, after the site’s automatic review system pulled ads from the video due to showing an iteration of the ‘Bird Box’ prank (not due to its new algorithm suppressing conspiracy content, as was previously speculated).

YouTube later reviewed the issue, claiming that the demonetization was a “mistake” – to which Dawson appeared to have a relatively blase response.

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The best memes mocking Kim Kardashian’s viral 40th birthday party

Published: 28/Oct/2020 14:11

by Alice Hearing

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It’s a beautiful thing when the internet comes together to bring about iconic memes. Lately, Kim Kardashian is the inspiration behind a hilarious trend after she tweeted about her lavish birthday party. 

On October 27, Kim revealed to the world how she was celebrating her 40th birthday in style through a thread on Twitter, filled with images from the gathering.

She wrote, “I don’t think any of us truly appreciated what a simple luxury it was to be able to travel and be together with family and friends in a safe environment.”

And she also acknowledged her own privilege, adding “I realize that for most people, this is something that is so far out of reach right now, so in moments like these, I am humbly reminded of how privileged my life is”

But one particular tweet in the thread found a whole new life of its own after parodies exploded on the platform. The tweet read, “After 2 weeks of multiple health screens and asking everyone to quarantine, I surprised my closest inner circle with a trip to a private island where we could pretend things were normal just for a brief moment in time.”

Twitter found it hilarious, providing their own versions of images alongside the text from the viral tweet – from different impressions of “private islands” to ominous depictions of the “inner circle”.  Scroll down to see some of the best parodies so far.

After 2 weeks of multiple health screens…

Drag Race’s Lemon inspired the ultimate nostalgia by pasting the tweet alongside an image from Club Penguin of the crowded iceberg from the game.

Journalist Sophie Thompson went so far as to use a screengrab from Midsommar, implying that a seemingly innocent getaway could turn into a horror movie – it is spooky season after all.

Attorney and author Rabia O’Chaudry continued the theme of implied violence with a screengrab from Game of Thrones, taking the narrative to a whole other level.

Comedian Katy Brand had the genius idea of using an image from the Wicker Man.

Internet personality Blessed Madonna compared Kim Kardashian’s get-together to Fyre Festival with this incredible image of one of the meals given to attendees at the infamous event.

Other tweets referred to popular games

Author Desus Nice shared the Contraband map from Call of Duty: Black Ops 4

ESPN Esports pasted the tweet alongside an image of the Hyrule Temple from Super Smash Bros.

We had to include a shameless plug: we added Kings Canyon, the original map in Apex legends.

Twitter is nowhere near finished with these amazing parodies, and will surely keep going until all the options are exhausted. Watch this space.