Love Trash Dove Meme Greeting Card (PLAYS SOUND)


$ 15.00
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Size: 7 inches x 5 inches

Sound: BUILD UP AND DROP OF FIRE TRAP BEAT


 

 

Future Delivery Date:

Think this card is perfect for someone in the coming future? Right card, wrong time?

 

By picking "Choose a Future Delivery Date" you can specify the date you need it by and we'll get it to that person on the week of the date selected.

 

Domestic (USA) orders are shipped a week before the chosen date. International (outside USA) orders are shipped a month before the chosen date.

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With a Handwritten Message:

Have really bad handwriting? Dog ate all your pens and pencils? We got you.

 

We'll use our blood as ink to create an authentic experience. Jk we'll break out the feather and ink just for you.

 

Handmade in NYC

 

We Ship Worldwide!

Domestic Delivery

1 - 5 days

 

International Delivery

2 - 3 weeks

 


 

Background: It's really hard to love people in this day in age, which is why our generation is so infatuated with memes. It's easier to cheat on internet sensations than people, which is why the world is blessed with a new dank meme every week. One that's hard to love but also impossible not to love is the purple bird known as Trash Dove. It serves no purpose, it just exists. We must love all of God's creations. Even the gorgeous weird shit that lives online. 

January 31st, 2017 was the date on which Florida artist Syd Weller’s “Trash Doves” sticker set premiered on Facebook. The main star of the stick set is a large-eyed purple pigeon in various poses. The most distinct of these is the "headbanging pose" in which the pigeon is animated to bop it's head up and down. 

On February 7th, the trash dove went viral after a Facebook page สัตว์โลกอมตีน (Animals With Paws) posted a video in which the purple bird fuses with pelvic thrusting cat to a killer house music. 

The meme was quickly picked up the Thai media and then spilled over into the English speaking Facebook world which led to flood of spam comments featuring the headbanging sticker all over Facebook.

The song used in the original Thai video is actually "Uvuvwevwevwe Onyetenyevwe Ugwemubwem Ossas (MACHINA EDM Remix)." And yes, that's actually the name and it's the song that plays when the card is opened.