Pikachu Boner refers to an image of Pikachu from the Pokémonanime under a blanket photoshopped to make it appear as though he has an erection. The picture is generally paired with edgy captions.
The episode the still comes from is season one, episode four of the Pokémon anime, "Challenge of the Samurai Boy," which first aired on September 11th, 1998. In the scene, Ash tries to get Pikachu to go with him, but Pikachu is asleep and rolls over, ignoring Ash.
The screenshot of the scene began spreading online in 2015. On Tumblr, an April 2nd, 2016 post by uglyrad captioned "pikachu knew what was up" gained over 286,000 notes. The image of Pikachu lying in bed with its eyes open saw some use as a reaction image that year as well. A Spanish-language reaction image spread on Tumblr in 2015, gaining over 2,500 notes (shown below, left). A tweet by AkatsukiClouds was uploaded to Imgur on March 20th, 2016 (shown below, right).
Examples which were photoshopped to give Pikachu an erection began appearing around the same time. One of the earliest erection edits was posted to Twitter by user @ohtrevdawg on April 30th, 2016 (shown below, left). On March 9th, 2017, the erection picture appeared on /r/MemeEconomy with an edgy caption, gaining over 390 points (shown below, right). Edgy captions would become a common trait of Pikachu boner memes in the following years.
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As you quite likely already know, Pikachu is a Pokemon, a family of creatures that fill the role that animals do on planet Earth, and part of the world-famous anime series Pokemon.
This meme originally featured Pikachu laying down on a makeshift cot in the great, animated outdoors - nothing more, nothing less.
After someone with at least a little bit of experience using Photoshop got their hands on the picture, they gave Pikachu what looks to be an erection. Although it could be thought of as his tail protruding through the middle of his legs, it's certainly supposed to be an erection.
Although the “Pikachu Boner” meme is a recent hit on the Internet, the still from which the original, pre-photoshopped frame came from was the fourth episode of the first season of the Pokemon anime. The name of this episode is "Challenge of the Samurai Boy."
In the anime, Pikachu's trainer and best friend, Ash, the main protagonist in the Pokemon cartoon series, asked Pikachu to come along with him. Pikachu effectively declined by not waking up from his slumber, rolling over after Ash popped the question.
The image of Pikachu laying down with a not-so-innocent erection poking through his green blanket is almost always paired with objectively edgy statements. The photoshopped macro is meant to make people laugh - at least if they're okay with edgy humor.
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