The Golden LoLcat Awards®

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The Golden LoLcat Awards® are administered by three organizations who focus on various sectors of LoLcats: the Academy of Cat Literacy, the National Academy of wcuk Posts, and the International Academy of Memes and Email Fwds.

The Golden LoLcat Awards recognize excellence within various areas of LoLcats. The awards are a symbol of peer recognition from over 13,000 members of the Academy. Each member casts a ballot for the category of competition in their field of expertise.

The Golden LoLcat is awarded once a millennium to deserving entries which exhibit humor or artistic merit far above their peers. These are the LoLcats which challenge us to face the human condition and blur the boundaries of art and life. Without further introduction, I present this millennium’s winners.

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The best actor goes to this furry white cat for his performance in why I haz to hold target. His nonverbal cues speak louder than meows, and he performed all the stunts in why I haz to hold target himself.

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Hovercat… …is hovering challenges the status quo of special effects in LoLcats. She floats on air, just as she floated into the hearts of millions in the hit LoLcat Hovercat… …is hovering.

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Called the LoLcat heard round the world, “ZOMG! U GOTZ iPHONE!” quickly became a household phrase after this fluffy cat famously asked to holdz it, even if just for minit.

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The contrarian director of this LoLcat bucked comedic trends to produce this introspective piece. Is this LoLcat sarcastic? Is it really a sincere gift? We are left guessing until the very end.

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This childhood prodigy ducky was cast at the age of 3 weeks for his tour-de-force performance in The boss wunts 2 c u.

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NICE BWINKER JURKFACE

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“Does you have a money?” This seemingly simple question opened new fields of inquiry into the meaning of value and singlehandedly caused a widespread decline of the dollar to its lowest all-time levels.

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The now deceased Arthur McBarrington pioneered the silent LoLcat genre in the early 20th century.

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The eternal quest for cheezburgers is nowhere captured more starkly than the faces in dont crai…we’ll get cheezburger sumday.

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The original. The classic. A triumph of the internet and, arguably, mankind’s single greatest achievement. I CAN HAS CHEEZBURGER defies description as the iconic LoLcat of the modern age. The original is now kept in the National Gallery behind 32 inch glass.

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~ by wcuk on October 29, 2007.

5 Responses to “The Golden LoLcat Awards®”

  1. FIRST!!!!11!1!one!!!eleven!!romannumeraltwo!!

  2. BlogTool is BlogTooling

  3. damnit will. where is the lolrus? hoo stowl hiz buhket?

  4. I love the notion that there could BE an original of a lolcat. The whole collision of this most democratic of new media phenomena with the language of the stilted art world is sheer geenyuss.

  5. what about these ones??!?!?!?!?!?

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