Meme. "Hide the Pain Harold": Wie ein Elektroingenieur aus Ungarn zum Meme-Star wurde. Nutzer der Bilderplattform Imgur haben das Meme des Jahrzehnts. Er habe in seiner Schulzeit auch schon Memes gebastelt, bevor die so hießen. "Wir haben in Schulbüchern den Dichter János Arany umgestaltet - und einen. Das Meme kam laut Imgur auf und wurde in den darauffolgenden Jahren immer populärer. Oft werden Personen zu Memes, die von ihrem ".
"Hide the Pain Harold": Wie ein Elektroingenieur aus Ungarn zum Meme-Star wurdeBehind the Meme: wie Harold zur Kultfigur wurde. Hilfe, ich bin ein Internet-Meme! 1 Kommentar. Meme. "Hide the Pain Harold": Wie ein Elektroingenieur aus Ungarn zum Meme-Star wurde. Nutzer der Bilderplattform Imgur haben das Meme des Jahrzehnts. Er habe in seiner Schulzeit auch schon Memes gebastelt, bevor die so hießen. "Wir haben in Schulbüchern den Dichter János Arany umgestaltet - und einen.
Harold Meme Most Popular VideoI Accidentally Became A Meme: Hide The Pain Harold
After a little while I uploaded some of the pics to Google images to see what they are used for. It's believed the first memes of his stock photos began appearing on Facepunch in and it took off from there.
Later that year a Facebook page called Hide Your Pain Harold was created, with another popping up a short time later calling him Maurice.
Unsurprisingly, the stock photos appeared on 4Chan, where users made a backstory for him, describing him as an old man with such a diverse life but that he was unable to satisfy his hunger for happiness.
He even took part in what seems to be like a public service announcement for people to be wary about putting their photos online - as they can be at the mercy of anyone.
Once he accepted the reality that there was no way to get rid of them, he found solace in his new-found fame.
His status as a meme has reached the upper echelons where only a few permeate to this day. His meme status has even transcended beyond the computer to be a part of everyday things like coffee cups and skirts.
Credit: Redbubble. He now enjoys his retirement, however, before that, he was an electrical engineer for many years and was once the President of the Hungarian Lighting Society.
He regularly gets stopped in the street by people in Hungary, most of whom politely ask him for photos or just say, 'Hello'. Then on September 7th, Imgur user someshitbag  compiled notable quotes from the 4chan thread into a gallery post titled "Hide-the-pain-harold,"  which garnered more than , views in just over three weeks.
On September 10th, a Youtuber ChinnyxD uploaded the story, narrated through text-to-speech. On sites like MemeCenter  , stock photos featuring Harold have been edited to image macros , mostly used for sex or similar kinds of jokes.
Don't let your memes be dreams" shown below. Within 48 hours, the post gained over 16, likes. In the coming days, articles about the video were published by BoingBoing  and Manchester Evening News.
In the talk, Arato discusses the story of his life as a "meme-hero," as well as his career as an electrical engineer in Ukraine. His story begins with a vacation in Turkey, where a photograph of him was taken.
After uploading the photograph to Facebook, a professional photographer contacted Arato regarding modeling, inviting him to a trial shooting.
Both were happy with the results and continue to work together, resulting in a "couple hundred" stock photographs.
Several months later, Arato began finding the photographs used in a variety of other contexts, outside of the stock photographs he agreed to.
While he considered taking action, he says, Arato decided there was not much he could do. There was "no solution--only a temporary solution.
In the remainder of the speech, Arato discusses how he began to accept his meme celebrity and his embracing of the notoriety, establishing a homepage for the photographs.
On June 25th, , the presentation was uploaded to YouTube. The post received more than , views in three days shown below. In the interview, he shared his backstory alongside detailed information about how the stock photos became memes and how he ultimately learned to embrace the persona of "Hide the Pain Harold.
View All Videos. View All Images. This face seems quite familiar, I think i've seen it somewhere else, now where have I seen that before?
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