No exceptions. This refers specifically to the immense ubiquity of porn materials across the internet, which cover a wide range of subjects that are considered socially unacceptable or just plain bizarre. Strange sexual cartoons would be included, or non-sexual images that appear to depict genitalia such a carrot that resembles a penis , are often cited as examples of Rule
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Rules of the internet refers to a humorous list of unofficial rules guiding online conduct or listing axioms about what the internet is and how users should behave on it. Contrary to what the name may imply, the so-called rules of the internet are not laws enforceable by any official authority. Rather, they are a series of in-jokes, guidelines, and references related to internet culture as it was in the early s. Many of the catchphrases within the rules of the internet , as it exists today, are specific allusions to memes on 4chan or popular references to Fight Club, South Park , and so on. Emerging as a kind of Netiquette for the Internet group Anonymous, the rules of the internet were published on the satirical wiki, Encyclopedia Dramatica, in , before an attempt at a more official list emerged on 4chan in The original list claimed, for instance, to have 50 rules, but actually only had Some later versions have only 48 entries, whereas others have While the rules vary quite a bit across online subcultures, a few have become well established, including a number of holdovers from the original Encyclopedia Dramatica:.
Rule 34 is an Internet meme and slang that states that, as a rule, Internet pornography exists concerning every conceivable topic. The concept is commonly depicted as fan art of normally non-erotic subjects engaging in sexual behavior. The exact origin of Rule 34 is unknown, though it may have originated from a webcomic , captioned "Rule 34 There is porn of it. No exceptions. Internet users have made Rule 34 into a prevalent meme , owing to the ubiquity of Internet pornography , especially among genres such as fan fiction , slash fiction and hentai. In May , a Rule 34 database was launched on Paheal. In , users of the imageboard 4chan posted numerous sexually explicit parodies and cartoons illustrating Rule In the special argot of 4chan request forums, "porn" is called rule 34 , Pr0nz. As Rule 34 continued spreading on the Internet, traditional media began reporting on it. The popular video and its responses were covered by The Daily Dot.