Petition to Facebook
Adding a dabbing emoji to Facebook & WhatsApp!
The "Dab" is a dance move that started becoming viral over the internet in the last three years. We think that adding an emoji of a person dabbing would be very useful for all of us, internet culture people and people outsidebit alike, go express ourselves even more. Adding such an emoji would not only make expressing our feelings and knowledge easier and joke around, it would even give the WhatsApp Application and Facebook service a boost in usage, since when a company embraces something that has become a meme, or viral, they get kudos for it and spread. We would highly appreciate if Facebook could add a dab emoji to both whatsapp and facebook and give us all the emoji we both deserve and need. We hope facebook would cooperate and give their loyal customers for years now, what we ask for. P.s. Facebook should be allowed to design this emoji in any way they wish. As long as it is dabbing. #DabMoji
Petition to Jack Dorsey
Bring Back Vine
Vine promoted creativity and positivity, both of which we need now more than ever. The ability to create a whole world in the span of six seconds took patience and creativity, and was admired by Vines 100 million monthly users. To this day, 7 months after being shut down, Vine compilations archived on YouTube are some of the most popular videos they offer. With 200 million active users, 71% of which were millennials, it made no logical sense to kill the app. In our current tech based age, where advertisers are itching for more influence on social media, Vine was ready and fertilized to take on that challenge. With apps like Snapchat and Instagram embracing this tech capitalism, Vine decided to back out and die now. Theres still interest in Vine, with a large percentage of Twitters millennial users tweeting daily asking for the social media platform to be brought back. The community offered by the app was and still is unparalleled. While you may not have much in common with the kid sitting next to you in class, you are both familiar with Harambe and deez nuts. So much so, that these two memes entered in the 2016 election and gained enough votes to earn a spot in some polls across the country. What we want is not an elaborate social media platform, but a place to connect with others on a basic level over light hearted jokes that happened to be contained in six second long videos.
Petition to Jens Bergensten, Mojang
Add dabbing to Minecraft
As culture develops, society tends to create a media filled with common interest, or symbols with certain meanings. This leads me to believe that, the worldwide sensational game, Minecraft, should attempt to keep up to date on these extremely important trends. One trend that continues to spread throughout modern society is the commonly known dance move, the "dab". The Dab can be described as when one points both his/her arms in one direction, and looks in the other direction, downward (example in attached picture). The act of doing this move, or "dabbing", is a cultural phenomenon that is taking the world by storm. Adding the move to the game can be easily accomplished, by pressing a specified key, the player assumes the "dab" stance. This is why it is imperative that Minecraft, a game in which millions play, should implement "dabbing", a move that millions practice.
Petition to Hotdog man lovers around the world, Snap Inc.
Bring hotdog man back 2018 snapchat
The dancing hotdog man filter on Snapchat has always brought a smile upon ones face. Hotdog man gave laughs, smiles and hilarity to the users of Snapchat. Hotdog man became known for his groovy dance moves and funny scenarios resulting in thousands of memes. Hotdog man is missed and we want him back.
Petition to Mojang
Hold Herobrine Accountable For His Crimes
For too long Herobrine has gotten away with having terrorized innocent gamers. Although he is no longer in Minecraft, his past crimes are too heinous to go ignored any longer. His punishment will be a lifetime sentence of playing fortnite with no parole. Please sign to bring justice to this villain.
Petition to Instagram
Unban Instagram Meme Pages
On Friday, July 26th, 2019, Instagram Suddenly “permanently” banned hundreds of meme pages adding up to tens of millions of followers! We can’t let this happen! Sign the petition to put a stop to this and bring them back!
Petition to Instagram, Facebook, Adam Mosseri, Mark Zuckerberg
Have Instagram Stop Banning Meme Pages They Deem Offensive
Instagram is violating free speech online through their banning of meme pages they deem offensive or unsuitable for viewers. The same way flag burning is offensive but protected as free speech, so too should extreme meme pages and those who do ads/shoutouts be protected by Instagram. We acknowledge Instagram has the authority to use their platform's rules to suit their own opinions, but by the same token they have the authority to allow users of their app/website free access to all kinds of entertainment, even those they disagree with. Several meme pages have been shadowbanned and quarantined for violating guidelines too fast or too often, but with no review set in place, the authoritative hand of Instagram is banishing these accounts and their content creator(s) on a whim. Hiding behind an incentive to make money from being family friendly is not the direction the mass of the people would like to see instagram go in. In the age of free speech being condemned online, Instagram needs to be the hero app where sensitive content can be viewed, posted, and joked about. Gore, self-harm eating disorders, and the like are acknowledged to be worthy of censorship, but offensive jokes about feminism, stereotypes, and political ideologies, as well as shoutouts and ads should not be grounds for banning and the will of the people demands change. Instagram can seek to profit by allowing all kinds of content and in the long run, benefit from an open platform for human creativity, humor, and independence of censorship from an authority figure which does not appreciate the content equally as the users.
Petition to Netflix
Bring "Shrek" Back On Netflix
As many people know too well, DreamWorks' Shrek is a cult classic film. The loveable green ogre is worshipped by the internet community immensely. The streaming service Netflix once supported the film on it's lineup along hundreds of other media. However, recently it has been removed from the service completely. On behalf of the internet community we have to band together to bring our ogrelord back onto the service that streams his film onto several televisions and other devices worldwide.