The way this style works is by providing a case or argument via words while supporting it with images and recordings for evidence as well as entertainment. This is by no means a new concept, but the evolution of this method has undergone done drastic evolution right under our nose. For instance, in one moment of that episode, he calls Link "a weird guy" while having a cartoony version of Link covering his mouth while giggling peek up from the bottom corner. To those uncultured, this is Link as he appeared in a very bad Zelda game. This game was so bad that it is heralded as a triumph of humor and this small image brings actively manipulates the connotations generated by listening to their words. To me, that ability is incredible, my dear reader.
The internet is a weird place and the amount of memes, cat videos, and whateverthehellelseyouneed vastly exceeds the length of a human life. Yet, we find ourselves knowing about the internet much as we know about the trees in our back yards or the stores in our local communities. We find out about the new TV shows from our friends, we glance at vaster quantities of information every day thanks to Facebook and other social media, and we rely on subtle hints and cues more than ever to dictate how we feel about something we know little about. So to say that one image popping into the frame for a whopping 2 seconds can manipulate how we as listeners connote and connect their words to our lives, that is absolutely phenomenal. That image shows that he is being sarcastic in a loving way. Knowing PeanutButterGamer, I could tell from his voice, but even without knowing him, that image can dictate how we react to words.
Rumi said that words are a rock in a sling. We wind up and let them fly, but the rest is out of our control. As technology grows, I believe we will see the internet for what it truly is, a constantly evolving and debating repository for the experience of the creature known as mankind. It is the brain of a creature in which we are mere neurons, communicating with each other as we sense the world outside of us. Each of us neurons with our miniscule sight see as one and together we see clearer. This term that I am describing, this edited internet consciousness, is the technique of us as neurons sending out a pulse to another part of the brain to recall an experience that sways the meaning of our words by amplifying them with your own related experience. I don't have to hope you will be thinking the same thing I was thinking as Rumi did. I can share with you a communal experience we both shared on the internet and my words will be modified through the lense of that experience, granting me a clarity of sharing thoughts that is unheard of in all of history.