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Russian Butt Slapping Championship

Russian Butt Slapping Championship

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Origin: YouTube

Added about a year ago by Zach.

Updated 10 months ago by Y F.

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Russian Butt Slapping Championship, also known as Russian Spanking Contest, is an object labeling macro and exploitable depicting a woman with bright green hair preparing to slap a blonde-haired woman on the butt. The format comes from a viral video on the Russian Slap Championships, an event where men and women take turns slapping each other until someone quits, passes out or falls over. The image is typically used with an object label placed over each woman, and sometimes the man in-between, referencing something being hit, slapped or liked.

Origin

The clip used in the image appears in a Generation Iron Russia “Slap Championship,” where two opponents are pitted against each other in a slapping contest. In the video, published to YouTube[1] on May 25th, 2019, there are several contests between both men and women. While the men slap their opponent’s arm, the women take turns spanking one another. The particular part the meme is pulled from occurs right around the 4:25 mark when a green-haired woman goes up against a blonde woman, who’s an Instagram model named Anastasia Zolotaya (and the winner of this competition). As of April 7th, 2020, the video (featured below) currently has over 2.6 million views, 30,000 likes and 2,700 comments.



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After the video was uploaded to Generation Iron Russia’s YouTube channel, a screenshot of the scene was taken and turned into a meme format, where it appeared on several social media platforms and websites. One such example was uploaded to 9GAG[2] on June 13th, 2019, where it received nearly 1,700 points and 35 comments (seen below).



On Instagram,[3] another variant using the Will You Press the Button? meme was uploaded by the illegal._.memes account on December 11th, 2019. The upload (shown below) was liked 72 times.



On December 21st, 2019, Instagram[4] page g35_shitmemes also posted an example using the format as an object labeling meme. This post (seen below) received 329 likes.


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The format eventually made its way over to Reddit, where it was uploaded to a number of various subreddits. On March 19th, 2020, Redditor[5] 24hawkman posted a meme (shown below) to r/me_irl and received almost 20,000 upvotes and 112 comments.



On Twitter,[6] the format also appeared in 2020, seen in a post from the MGAG account on March 20th, 2020. The tweet (seen below) received 178 likes and 70 retweets.


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[1] YouTube – The best slap contest

[2] 9GAG – Slapping

[3] Instagram – illegal._.memes

[4] Instagram – g35_shitmemes

[5] Reddit – r/me_irl

[6] Twitter – MGAG

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