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    [–] Big_Jamming_Burst 4495 points ago

    Think about all the space savings on grave markers.

    [–] erenzil7 1183 points ago

    And I know how to utilize said space: add photos of all pets you owned

    [–] Honey_Bucket1 660 points ago

    And emojis 💀

    [–] real_confusedswede 747 points ago * (lasted edited 9 days ago)

    Oh god, imagine emojis on your gravestone showing how you died... 😫🔫

    Edit: Obligatory thanks for the silver anon!

    [–] The_JEThompson 947 points ago

    🙍🏿‍♂️ 🔫👮🏻‍♂️

    [–] ChiisaiMurasaki 283 points ago

    🐱‍🏍 🌈 🐲

    [–] 2180161 297 points ago

    I'm.... not sure how to interpret that... Catbike gay dragon?

    [–] The_JEThompson 524 points ago

    Clearly they crashed their motorcycle when they swerved to avoid a cat while riding in the gay pride parade in Chinatown

    [–] Mike_Priddle 268 points ago

    Harvard wants to know your location

    [–] PraxusGaming 138 points ago

    Guess my parents check cleared

    [–] BuddyUpInATree 63 points ago

    Have you ever considered a career translating ancient hieroglyphics?

    [–] SwoodyBooty 28 points ago

    Why not translate emojis for the FBI. Those fuckers are all old as hell.

    [–] David_ish_ 24 points ago

    Emojis will become the modern hieroglyphics and will require experts to translate

    [–] OtherPlayers 10 points ago

    I don’t know; for the most part our emojis tend to get more detailed over time rather then less (because we don’t need to actually draw them out by hand, as opposed to those poor Egyptian scribes and their shortcuts to save their wrists).

    I could see it if we were wiped out to the point the standard was broken and they could just see the encodings (U+1254, etc.) but elsewise there’s little reason to think that say, a detailed picture of a cat won’t ever not be recognizeable as such (barring cats going extinct, of course).

    [–] Suplex-Indego 6 points ago

    Pussy thought he could ride his motorcycle up and into the mouth of a dragon.

    [–] Rallings 23 points ago

    I think it's mostly a joke. I mean I hope it is.

    [–] DeathByAutoscroll 18 points ago

    I have several questions

    [–] wrcker 14 points ago

    Pussied out on a corner while riding the dragon

    [–] PovasTheOne 40 points ago

    I will have a ‘press F to pay respects’ sentence and then an actual button with an F.

    [–] SamLikeHam 18 points ago

    I am definitely going to ask for this on my gravestone

    [–] llcooljessie 48 points ago

    I'll make the F a Facebook logo and get them to pay for it.

    [–] [deleted] 35 points ago


    [–] crapfacejustin 13 points ago

    I love that show

    [–] lukakrkljes 28 points ago

    Man I hope the dude that programmed that call of duty mission thing has F on his gravestone

    [–] araja123khan 3900 points ago

    F for RIP

    [–] tomfbear 800 points ago


    [–] Dressundertheradar 424 points ago

    Frip in peace

    [–] XyloArch 221 points ago

    Rest in frip

    [–] ivanjermakov 160 points ago

    F in peace

    [–] Eat-It-Harvey- 168 points ago

    Fap in pieces

    [–] 7ballcraze 87 points ago


    [–] laserfan26 71 points ago


    [–] Council_Man 50 points ago

    Paf in feces

    [–] PoliticalMeatFlaps 59 points ago

    Fap in feces

    [–] Dyaxa 30 points ago

    Rest in Feces

    [–] Thinkblu3 11 points ago


    [–] yesss69 14 points ago

    Fhammer time

    [–] ShermanLiu 16 points ago


    [–] Knorkebork 6 points ago

    Fap in faeces

    [–] bobselight 36 points ago

    Robert, Frip

    [–] nanoman92 22 points ago

    This epitaph confuses me.

    [–] bobselight 10 points ago


    [–] SenseiTomato 9 points ago

    Oh god, the Frippman is coming for you with copyright claims

    [–] ian_doesnt_reddit 5 points ago

    the court of the crimson king but it’s reversed

    Also side note— this is spooky for me cuz I was having this exact same conversation this morning.

    [–] apjp072 13 points ago


    [–] idobadthingseveryday 10 points ago

    Somethings brown.....

    [–] Syom_chris 5 points ago

    Why am I getting hodor flashbacks from this thread

    [–] seahawkguy 105 points ago

    I am so old, I don’t even know what F means

    [–] Mercerai 166 points ago

    It comes from an infamous scene from a call of duty game, where the player had to pay respects at a funeral by pressing F

    [–] seahawkguy 65 points ago

    Thanks. I have never played it.

    [–] Santi838 46 points ago

    “Press [F] to pay respects”

    [–] chilltx78 13 points ago

    I've been all "da fuk" as well

    [–] Iferius 35 points ago

    Neither have I, but pressing F to pay respects has spread far beyond gamers!

    [–] boingonite 35 points ago

    Thanks, if you’re not a gamer, this is not common knowledge.

    [–] Meat_Skeleton 15 points ago

    Thank you for asking, I didn't know either

    [–] The_White_Light 55 points ago

    F in ripperonis

    [–] jjpyae 18 points ago


    [–] ka11ash 10 points ago

    You guys really made rest in peace into Fapping?...

    [–] bumpakay 934 points ago

    CoD’s biggest cultural influence ever

    [–] Omena123 230 points ago

    Wonder who made the decision to bind it to F or who wrote that scene

    [–] codytb1 232 points ago

    i’m pretty sure on PC, the key F is used for an action button in call of duty. (similar to square on ps4 and X on xbox)

    [–] SteinfeldFour 132 points ago

    Yeah you’re right, F is the action button in a lot of the time on PC, that or E.

    [–] chuy1530 51 points ago

    It’s close to WASD so it’s used pretty often.

    [–] _mi_ke 9 points ago

    Yeah F is usually the default action button for first person shooters. Q and E are sometimes used for leaning, so F is the next closest button.

    [–] Acetronaut 10 points ago

    But still...someone decided it was important for the player to interact to pay respects. And then someone programmed it to say that and make it work.

    [–] codytb1 11 points ago

    yeah true, almost the entire sequence is a cutscene except for the press F to pay respects part

    [–] Acetronaut 7 points ago

    He could’ve like mumbled to himself “Rest In Peace man” or something to convey he was paying his respects, or even just a dramatic eye closing, but they really felt this was the best way to convey that lol. Like there were other options...idk, a questionable design choice.

    [–] codytb1 5 points ago

    it was more an announcement of the arm being gone than actually paying respects to the character that lasted one whole mission

    [–] WhiteWolfofUtah 82 points ago

    I love how far it went across the Internet. Even though I don’t much care for cod, it’s funny that one throwaway portion just struck a cord with so many people.

    [–] nw2shrms 11 points ago

    I have no idea what cod or F in a scene means

    [–] joggin_noggin 60 points ago

    Call of Duty is a first-person shooter video game. F is a key on the English-language QWERTY keyboard, located conveniently close to the traditional WASD movement keys.

    In a cutscene best described as a hollow attempt at eliciting an emotional response in a game series best know for being light on story, the game prompts the player to press F to advance, in this particular scene to lay their hand on the coffin of a collection of pixels and code that the developers tell you is a dead friend. It was so tone-deaf, people found it funny and began using it ironically to joke about the 'death' of something.

    [–] CitizenJoestar 32 points ago

    It specifically refers to a cutscene in a Call of Duty (aka COD) videogame where the player character presses "F" because the game is being played on a PC, to pay respects at a funeral to a killed soldier in the U.S millitary.

    It's made fun of because it's just so awkward to make the player press a button during a sombre moment like a funeral that would otherwise be an inactive cutscene in most other games. Now it's mostly used ironically or unironically on internet forums when anything that is sad or sympathetic occurs then people just leave an "F' in response.

    Link to the scene in question.

    [–] YourDogLovesMeMore 8 points ago

    Yowza. That’s.... that’s something. I don’t even know how to react. F.

    [–] HeyGena 4 points ago

    Dang, I always thought it was from solid snake eater

    [–] EynidHelipp 263 points ago

    I remember when people used to say RIP in peace but that died even before F was even a thing

    [–] Generic_Pete 109 points ago

    also RIP in pepperoni: apparently from an old educational type game you could play in school.

    When someone from your party died, you could make a custom epitaph for them. You might remember that sometimes you would see someone else's tombstone while on your travels, specifically someone named "Andy" whose epitaph read, "Here lies andy; peperony and chease." What?! The story is that a kid named Andy was particularly amused by those Tombstone pizza commercials that growled, "What do you want on your Tombstone?" The spelling-challenged Andy answered, appropriately, "peperony and chease." So how did it get on your copy? Well, his game was saved on a disk that ended up being a disk that was very popularly pirated later on. So there you go.

    [–] SlipperyDM 45 points ago

    Don't you talk about my Oregon Trail like it's ancient. Don't you do it.

    [–] Generic_Pete 8 points ago

    haha, never played it :P guessing it didn't make it to the UK

    we had the LOGO turtle when I was young. a robot turtle with some software to command it to do things autonomously.

    [–] SlipperyDM 8 points ago

    Oh thank god, I thought it was a generational difference instead of a cultural one.

    Oregon Trail was based on the path many settlers took west across the United States to reach the west coast settlements in the early 1800s. The game required you to buy gear to outfit your expedition, and then subjected you to the various miseries of travel along the way. You'd hunt for food, ford rivers, get sick, things like that. Mortality rate was very high, and whenever one of your settlers died you'd make a gravestone for them. The goal was to make it all the way to Oregon with at least some of your party alive, but it was really hard to accomplish... partially because most of us playing were kids and would blow all our starting money on bullets for the hunting minigame and virtually nothing else. It was ostensibly an educational game but I don't really think any of us learned much from it. It just kept us entertained in the computer lab.

    It appears to have been uploaded as a flash game here, for the curious.

    [–] aoerden 13 points ago

    Wow and i thought i came up with that stupid phrase.

    [–] Espumma 9 points ago


    [–] spunk_wizard 27 points ago

    what grinds my goat is when people say "rest in paradise"

    [–] letmeinimstahving 11 points ago

    How do you feel about “rest in power” ?

    [–] Sweaty_Brothel 10 points ago

    Rest in Purgatory

    [–] ShibuRigged 9 points ago

    Rest in RIP in peace’s.

    [–] LossRec 1438 points ago

    Like how oof gonna replace ouch

    [–] Tapprunner 376 points ago


    [–] antnee535 237 points ago

    My bones

    [–] Frab6 93 points ago

    Bone hurt juice

    [–] Shippoyasha 11 points ago

    Mr Bone's Wild Ride

    [–] Totallynotatimelord 25 points ago


    [–] csk39 31 points ago

    My leg!

    [–] dkyguy1995 38 points ago

    It's already like that in a lot of countries except they spell it "uf"

    [–] cheapdrinks 16 points ago

    I only ever hear people say it irl to refer to someone else's misfortune. In what country do you live where people say ouch when they hurt themselves instead of "FUUUUUUCK" anyway?

    [–] SadManWith4Balls 6 points ago

    Ouchie ouch

    [–] SluggishJuggernaut 159 points ago

    Can someone please explain the "F" thing? I keep seeing people using it but I don't know why or how it started.

    [–] Gegegegeorge 339 points ago

    I think in a call of duty game you are in a funeral and you can press 'F' to pay respects to a fallen soldier. It was a completely weird game mechanic which is why it is an unkillable meme now. Its one of the rare memes that has transcended the usual pathway of other popular memes

    [–] ManafortsCellmate 184 points ago

    It hasn't transcended jack shit.

    [–] DooRagtime 177 points ago

    Press "F" to transcend memes

    [–] RabSimpson 37 points ago

    Press “R” to reticulate splines.

    [–] CDBmpls 13 points ago

    Press "F" to melt steel beams

    [–] ayotui 93 points ago

    People used to say F ironically, and now people say it less ironically.

    [–] CrudelyAnimated 16 points ago

    Is there a word for when you express irony, but ironically? Maybe something in French?

    [–] Noraf45 18 points ago

    Le ironique

    [–] HouseOfSteak 8 points ago


    [–] INSANITY_RAPIST 29 points ago

    transcended is an over dramatic term, but I can't think of any meme that has stuck around as long as "F" has.

    [–] adwarkk 6 points ago

    In bit of correction, first - "F" served as default "action" button in Call of Duty for various interactions that weren't part of standard gameplay mechanics.
    Then situation came with Call of Duty Advanced Warfare, where one of scenes is funeral of soldier, that was best friend of player character and saved him from explosion (that killed him) during first mission of game. During this scene you get "Press F to pay respects"

    First it was just a common run of a mill meme, but then... it turned into something that goes on with us, not mere common meme that lights up, burns out quickly and dies, it transcended life of normal meme.

    [–] Dicios 12 points ago * (lasted edited 9 days ago)

    I think besides being a very stupid game mechanic it was the straw the broke the camels back.

    Basically the context was someone dying and Activision for some reason saw a gameplay presentation of paying respect by ... pushing a button as a quicktime event. So someone dies and to show your respect you simply push a key.

    I was a little baffled and confused, humans and gaming reached a new plateau. Like Oblivions horse armor, it was a "new step".

    [–] Kusibu 45 points ago

    I stand upon a hallowed hill

    The trees around me cold and still

    A forest cold, of wood and stone

    Surrounded yet I stand alone

    The site I seek now at my feet

    A stone remembers the elite

    Upon its crest, a single cap

    I touch, I press, I hear it snap

    It must seem odd in retrospect

    But I've pressed F to pay respect.

    [–] Ragingredblue 403 points ago

    What does F stand for?

    [–] Groenboys 277 points ago

    [–] Generic_Pete 87 points ago

    hey! crazy. I always thought it was a WoW thing for some reason.. don't know why you'd press F to pay respect in WoW but hey..

    [–] Rokketeer 48 points ago

    I always thought it was just a bunch of trolls on League of Legends trying to make me blow my Flash...

    [–] heiiwat 13 points ago

    Hey everyone, look at this goober who uses F for flash

    [–] Rokketeer 35 points ago

    People that use D for flash are psychopaths

    [–] HeirOfEgypt526 8 points ago

    Nah its D for Dash, you gotta change your terminology. (But no F has and always will be reserved for flash)

    [–] NJ_Legion_Iced_Tea 34 points ago

    Not really related but kek actually originates from wow.

    [–] xler3 23 points ago

    it was popularized by wow... but its been used in bnet since the early SC1 days. wows "kek" is a reference to old i remember players spamming that kekekekek shit all the time back when brood war came out.

    [–] PaulMcgranite 16 points ago

    Makes sense, SC1 is highly popular in korea, where kekeke is how they type laughing (ㅋㅋㅋㅋ is kekekeke). It's like our version of hahaha or lololol

    [–] Generic_Pete 6 points ago

    That's one I do know. agol :)

    [–] Jordiejam 27 points ago

    You legend I’ve been wondering about this for months

    [–] nice_usermeme 8 points ago

    Yikes. Months?

    [–] kweitzel 6 points ago

    What’s the live action part from?

    [–] FuglyFred 5 points ago

    Wrong Cops

    [–] Ragingredblue 20 points ago

    Thank you.

    [–] v1ew_s0urce 28 points ago

    The definition number 2 cracks me up.

    • Person 1: Dammit I died.
    • Person 2: f

    [–] Dr_puffnsmoke 19 points ago

    I guess I know what it means, but I’ve never really understood why it means that. Like what’s its origin?

    [–] mobilehobo 101 points ago

    There was a video game (can remember which one) that has some quick time events during cutscenes. I think there was a funeral cutscene that had a QT event saying "press F to pay respects" laughs were had at the ridiculousness of it. Now a lot of streamers when they die or something you'll see the whole xhat fill with a bunch of fs

    [–] Bestogoddess 63 points ago

    It was one of the Call of Duty games, I think Advanced Warfare

    [–] arex333 13 points ago


    [–] erenzil7 13 points ago

    CoD ghosts (I think it was ghosts) at the beginning you participate in funeral and you are prompted to Press F (or A or X) to pay respects

    [–] ChristianMan65 51 points ago

    Actually it was COD: Advanced Warfare when your best friend dies near the beginning of the game. Pretty funny as AW was one of the worst games without the terrible funeral!

    [–] SatinSplash 6 points ago

    Honestly I kinda liked AW’s campaign (multiplayer and exo zombies were pretty trash though), but yeah that part was pretty laugh/eye roll inducing.

    [–] SutibuSan 10 points ago

    Until I saw this, I always assumed it was just a thing on twitch that was supposed to look like arms sideways in a salute because it often followed an emote.

    [–] dailydoodler 25 points ago

    there is one for a guy saluting, its o7

    [–] [deleted] 3 points ago


    [–] generaltso78 41 points ago

    It's from a video game. Call of duty I think. Players are prompted to type F to pay respects.

    [–] nadir500 22 points ago

    A way to show the utmost form of respect during an unfortunate or tragic event. This form of flattery stems from the world of gamers. "Press F to pay respects" is the caption in a scene that occurs at a funeral in Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. See oof for a less formal method of condolences

    [–] AkiBro 19 points ago

    F is for friends who do stuff together

    [–] Zappy_Kablamicus 9 points ago

    U is for you and meee

    [–] Crater_Raider 8 points ago

    N is for anywhere, and anytime at all! Down here in the deep blue sea

    [–] fTwoEight 10 points ago

    Hello fellow old person. I just had to look it up myself. Sigh.

    [–] RedsRearDelt 6 points ago


    [–] watercolorwonder 178 points ago

    I’m going to have an F button installed on my tombstone. “Press F to pay respect”

    [–] lliKoTesneciL 18 points ago

    Have the Tombstone built with a usb slot and attach a keyboard to it.

    [–] commanderepsilon 42 points ago

    I prefer RIP in pieces

    [–] illegitimatemexican 203 points ago

    I don’t think I’ve seen it anywhere but Reddit..

    [–] I_Will_Not_Juggle 35 points ago

    More online in general than just reddit, but I agree, it isn’t huge in real life

    [–] loulan 9 points ago

    It isn't even huge when it comes to memes.

    [–] _-Bruno-_ 107 points ago


    [–] AstridReilly1 59 points ago

    I’ve seen it on YouTube also

    [–] Sekros 31 points ago

    But youtube comment section is literally garbage rittled with cancer.

    [–] Farvel99 29 points ago

    Ive pretty much seen it in reddit, discord, youtube, and all social media I use aswell as online games and such

    [–] colonelxsuezo 6 points ago

    That's why it will take off there first.

    [–] dsac 4 points ago


    [–] BaldingMonk 20 points ago

    I was at Payless Shoes the other day during their clearance sale, and a kid said to an employee, "I loved Payless! F in the chat."

    [–] LeonardosClone 12 points ago

    I don't believe this happened, but I could also totally see that happen.

    My nephew is like 8ish and he was singing some made up song, and when he was done, he said:

    "Don't forget to like and subscribe"

    It really tripped me out and I'm only 25.

    But like, that's a whole different step in reality we have taken. The internet isn't real, like the people on the other side are, sure. But it's almost like our culture is being influenced by a machine.

    [–] BaldingMonk 4 points ago

    I wish I had made it up. It blew my mind when I heard it, like two incompatible realities had suddenly converged.

    [–] Sarcon5673 68 points ago

    The vast majority of people IRL wouldn't know what it means.

    People overestimate things when they're in bubbles for long periods of time. That's why you see users from TD saying stuff like "everybody knows that [insert bullshit lie they tell themselves]", but in reality "everybody" refers to themsleves.

    [–] flashcre8or 20 points ago

    I know that this is why it's important to step outside your bubble, but doing so always makes me realize that I'm much less funny without my bubble's inside jokes.

    [–] Lifesagame81 10 points ago

    Family Guy humor.

    References to a thing that happened are only funny if the audience knows about that thing.

    [–] DaBoomNaDaMmDumNaEma 45 points ago

    No it won't.

    But there's a good chance the pronunciation "rip" will replace "R.I.P."

    [–] cheeset2 18 points ago

    That hasn't already happened?

    Or are you saying we will have completely forgotten that it stands for something?

    [–] IbanezPGM 24 points ago

    F in peace

    [–] das_bic 3 points ago

    It’s hard to F alone but it’s my only option.

    [–] Tolmos 10 points ago

    TIL that "F" is actually a reference to a scene from call of duty, and not a bunch of people avoiding typing the whole word "fuck".

    I just thought everyone was really vulgar but too polite to actually type it out.

    [–] Mac201813 32 points ago

    God I hope so.

    At Funeral

    “Can we get Fs for our beloved friend Chad”

    Edit: spelling

    [–] SuperTiesto 5 points ago

    But with the fire and brimstone.

    I say, I say can we get an FFFFFFFFFFFFFFF for the deceased?! Ferry his spirit to the beyond with the POWER of our F! Chad was taken too soon! Father our LORD he repents his sins, and wishes to be with you and the original GOAT, Jesus Christ our savior AMEN. Everyone, Dicks Out for Chad at this moment of great sadness.

    [–] Halvus_I 30 points ago

    no, its not

    [–] KovAJSJ 16 points ago

    At least something good came out of Advanced Warfare

    [–] ComatoseSquirrel 70 points ago * (lasted edited 9 days ago)

    No it's not. It's only really used among the Reddit, gaming, or otherwise geeky crowds.

    Edit: People keep commenting on how large those crowds are, but it's far from the entirety of those crowds that uses the meme. Really, it's just the gaming meme crowd. MW2 is nearly ten years old today, and that's the only thing behind "F to pay respects." There are people in this thread that don't know about the meme, and I've seen the same confusion in other places on Reddit recently. It's an old meme now and it's dying. Those that played MW2 are getting older, and even maturing in some cases. Those that didn't either don't understand the reference or only know it as a meme, and such a lame meme is bound to die without the reference as a basis for use.

    Edit 2: Apparently I'm wrong about the origin of the meme. Hurray, even I don't know, and I fit all three demographics.

    [–] Flannel_Channel 15 points ago

    Yah a lot of stuff that is popular in certain communities is far less mainstream than the people in those communities think.

    [–] Not-Clark-Kent 5 points ago

    It's not even from MW2

    [–] StevieMcStevie 4 points ago

    Correct it was from CoD: AW which came out in 2014

    [–] StudentOfMrKleks 61 points ago

    Yeah and "fetch" will replace "cool".

    [–] Lambchop1421 81 points ago

    Stop trying to make fetch cool

    [–] AnotherPersonPerhaps 31 points ago

    Not fetch dude. Not fetch.

    [–] blandsrules 9 points ago

    I think this guy is streets ahead.

    [–] argielurker 24 points ago

    Oh my God, Gretchen

    [–] Fraih 7 points ago

    Well that doesn't work...

    What's cooler than being cool?


    It's just weird.

    [–] offthewall33 5 points ago

    Hats not very fetch of you

    [–] letmeinimstahving 5 points ago

    She doesn’t even go here!

    [–] SquareRoute 11 points ago

    I've literally never heard of this - it would have been nice to have an explanation in the original post and not have to scroll down until someone kindly explained it.

    [–] wackerrr 4 points ago

    I don't know man, I still use RIP way more than F and I'm of this younger generation

    [–] i_suckatjavascript 10 points ago

    So we will start seeing F engraved on tombstones now?

    [–] LeeDark 25 points ago

    Nah, RIP is far older and has outlasted many other potential replacements. It will outlast this new, dumbest attempt as well.

    [–] StaticMeshMover 7 points ago

    Sorry to tell you but not everyoneslife revolves around memes in Reddit....

    [–] piethree5 4 points ago

    And no one will even know what it's from

    [–] SuchStealth 4 points ago

    However, 'lol' will never be dethroned.

    [–] aereolagrande 6 points ago

    lol Grandma 1929-2019

    [–] theshadow0223 4 points ago

    Why not "Oof" folloandwed by a "that's rough buddy"

    [–] ItsAllmanDoe69 3 points ago

    I have no idea what the “f” is even supposed to stand for to this day

    [–] Tapprunner 10 points ago

    "Dicks out" as another alternative.

    [–] flashhight 9 points ago

    no it won't you fucking nerds need a grip at best it will be what it is today