Memes v.2

This week's Trivia: Memes v.2

This week, Oracle has taken over the role as Quizmistress to test the mettle of even the most proficient of meme-o-philes. "I enjoy weirdness, and memes are a constant source of bizarre non-sequiturs. They're the inside jokes of the internet, and I devour them like cheetos (minus the orange dust). Is there anyone out there who knows more about memes than me? I sure hope so!"
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Q1

Which of the following is NOT a Hollywood celebrity-based meme?

Q2

Kanye West is famous for (among other things) rushing the stage during Taylor Swift's VMA acceptance speech. Footage of the incident went immediately viral, and spawned many-a-meme featuring which phrase?

Q3

Which 18th-century French portrait painter, famous for his depictions of Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI, became an instant meme when this image hit the 'netz?

Q4

When one person trolls another, they often include the Trollface image, along with which word/phrase to indicate their intellectual domination?

Q5

Once known as the benign "Safety Bear," the cartoon depiction of a brown bear with a preference for underage "prey" is known as what?

Q6

Who is the Banana King?

Q7

4chan is responsible for a large percentage of memes. One of these is the "Advice Dog" series of image macros. Which of the following is NOT a variation in this series?

Q8

When a photo or screencap is taken of a subject, occasionally that subject is caught with an unfortunate facial expression, which gives the impression that said subject is mentally challenged. What is the correct term for this serendipitous event?

Q9

In the Insane Clown Posse's recent single Miracles, they claim nature's wonders are divine gifts and magic, rather than perfectly reasonable scientific events. The song is full of quotable gold, but it's most famous for coining which of the following phrases?

Q10

What did the LOLrus lose?