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Wojak's face[spelled voyack, pronounced “woah jack”], also known as Feels Guy or erroneously Wojak, is a rage face drawing that portrays a man with a sad or blank expression, also on which the original Soyjak face was based on. The original Wojak lacks facial hair unlike Soyjak.
There is a theory that wojak is a redraw of troll face, yes that one. If the evidence is true, it would mean soyjaks, which are based on wojak, are directly related to the rage comics (>ooo!!scary 4cuck ragies are le bad we cant be related to them! ooo!) that some express wojaks and soyjaks have replaced. Wojak is troll face theory points out that wojak's nose and wrinkles on the forehead are incredibly similar to the troll face. Additionally, wojak's earliest known file name ciepła twarz.png, (Polish “warm face”) riffs of "cool face" a common name for the troll face at the time.
Wojak was originally used as a stand-in for the author of a post to express emotions and feelings in a candid manner, but with the years have gone by it is mostly used for depicting strawmen or societal stereotypes.
History[edit | edit source]
The exact origin of Wojak is unknown (albeit it might've come from vichan, an old Polish IB), but it became popular around 2010 in Krautchan. In 2011, it started to spread to other imageboards. The name "Wojak" itself comes from the name of an eccentric Polish poster on Krautchan's /int/ board, who'd originally posted the image there.
Popular Wojak Variants[edit | edit source]
Feels Guy[edit | edit source]
The original Wojak, used to convey feelings.
Smug Wojak[edit | edit source]
s4s autists made this why do you care?
Crying Wojak[edit | edit source]
A variant of wojak in which he is crying and has bloodshot eyes. Usually used to depict people who are coping and seething, sometimes dilating
Brainlets[edit | edit source]
NPC[edit | edit source]
Main article: NPC
Soyjak[edit | edit source]
Main article: Soyjak
Soyjak is widely considered to be the best wojak variant  and even as the true successor to the original wojak meme. The original soyjak was a classic wojak with added glasses, a scruffy beard, raised eyebrows, and a gaping mouth. Since the original soy wojak, many other 'jak templates have been created, most of them traced from images of real-life Soy Boys. Soyjak posting and soy quoting have exploded in popularity all over the internet and, along with Gigachad, have become a ubiquitous way to comically depict one's own opinions and mock those of others.
Doomer[edit | edit source]
The doomer is an extremely depressed wojak. He is portrayed to weared a black cap and hoodie, having bagged eyes and smoking a cigarette. The doomer is often featured in depressing posts and videos. Doomer is a self-insert and very rarely in ironic use. Coal.
Coomer[edit | edit source]
The coomer is a wojak with a masturbation addiction. His right arm and hand is portrayed to be significantly larger than his left. He spends most of his day masturbating to extremely fucked up porn.
Twinkjak[edit | edit source]
Yes Chad[edit | edit source]
This one is not even a Wojak, however it is typically portrayed next to one, specifically a seething soyjak asking a question, and the Yes Chad answering with "Yes." This "wojak variant" is also frequently used by mainstream redditors, so it's a very common coal, as it's frequently used by people to portray themselves in a positive light. It originates from the "Nordic vs Mediterranean" meme which had absolutely nothing to do with Wojak.
Shrigma[edit | edit source]
A forced reddit meme
Started from right wing accounts on social media like Telegram, iFunny, etc and grew from there, meant to represent schizo shit and other strangeness.
he will always be a gem
Daddy’s girl[edit | edit source]
Tradwife[edit | edit source]
Coal. Probably created by a /pol/ poster, but was soon found by Twitter users who started drawing porn of this wojak.
Doomer girl[edit | edit source]
Mommy E-thot[edit | edit source]
>omgsisa, it’s Reddit coal!
Whether this is a Wojak variant or not is up for debate[it just is, ok?].