Honse: Understanding the Popular Horse Photoshopped Meme
The internet is a vast and ever-changing landscape, with new trends and memes popping up every day. One of the latest memes to take the internet by storm is the Honse – a nickname given to several images of horses that have been photoshopped to have grotesque proportions. The term has grown popular on Tumblr and Reddit, with many users sharing and creating their own Honse edits. In this article, we will delve into the origin and spread of the Honse meme, as well as explore its cultural significance.
The Honse meme originated on August 9th, 2019, on Tumblr. User static-testament responded to a post featuring a horse photoshopped to have a gigantic torso, with the word “H O N S E”. The post gained over 118,000 notes overall, and it can be considered as the first Honse.
On August 12th, 2019, the thread was reposted to /r/tumblr by user wessiekun, gaining over 2,600 points. The image inspired some fan art as well. Over the following months, the term “Honse” was applied to numerous photoshops of horses. For example, on January 21st, 2020, Redditor fuckprada labeled a photoshopped horse “Honse” in /r/funny, gaining over 200 points (shown below, left). On April 26th, user Mc-MeepMeep posted a Honse edit to /r/battleshops.
The Honse meme has taken the internet by storm, with many users sharing and creating their own Honse edits. The grotesque proportions of the photoshopped horses have a comedic appeal that has resonated with many people. The Honse meme also highlights the power of internet communities and how a single image can inspire a creative outpouring from users.
The Honse meme is a perfect example of how the internet can bring people together and inspire creativity. From its humble beginnings on Tumblr, the Honse meme has spread to Reddit and other platforms, becoming a popular and enduring meme. Whether you find it funny or grotesque, the Honse meme is a testament to the power of the internet and the communities it creates.