ナオト・インティライミ 川越シェフ、照英に続きネットの「画像ください」ファミリー入り?

熱血タレントとしておなじみの照英と、"ドヤ顔"でおなじみの川越シェフといえば、ネット住民の間では「○○が××してる画像ください」でおなじみの2人。ネット住民の間では定番のこのラインナップに、今度、新たに歌手のナオト・インティライミが加わる可能性が出てきた。

「ナオトインティラミス」(2ちゃんねる)

事情を知らぬ人にはまったく訳がわからないであろう「○○が××してる画像ください」とは、2ちゃんねるの雑談掲示板「ニュース速報VIP」板で定期的に登場する、一種の大喜利ネタ。例えば

「照英が泣きながらダンプカーに入れられて出荷されてる画像ください」
「照英がレディガガに囲まれて絶望してる画像ください」
「川越シェフがフライパンで谷亮子を叩いてる画像下さい」
「川越シェフと坊主の峯岸みなみが戦ってる画像ください!」

といったムチャぶり気味の"お題"が提示されると、ネット住民たちが、照英や川越シェフの画像を勝手に使ってコラージュ画像を作って投稿し、それを見て楽しむという"イベント"があるのだ。

まさかのコラボも

これまでは照英や川越シェフ、さらに「今でしょ!」の林先生などがコラージュの対象だったのが、8月に入って、ちょこちょことナオト・インティライミのバージョンが出始めてきた。ナオトの場合、「ナオトインティライミが仮面ライダーやってたころの画像ください」という"正統派バージョン"もあるのだが、

「ナオトパンティライミの画像ください」
「ナオト・インティラノサウルスの画像ありませんか!?」
「ナオトインティラミスの画像ください」

など、名前をもじったものが多いのが特徴だ。

川越シェフに関しては不明だが、照英は自分のコラ画像がネットで大量に出回っていることを承知しており、こうした動きについて感謝の辞を述べていたことがある。

今後ナオト・インティライミが定着するかどうかは、神のみぞ知るところだが、そろそろ有力新人の登場が期待されているのは事実。「照英」と「川越」の両巨頭の壁はあまりにも高いが、「インティライミ」という音感のインパクトから、ブレイクの可能性は十二分にありそうだ。

【参照リンク】
・ログ速 「ナオト 画像」の検索結果
http://www.logsoku.com/search?q=%E7%94%BB%E5%83%8F%E3%80%80%E3%83%8A%E3%82%AA%E3%83%88
・照英が「照英の○○な画像ください」に自らリクエスト!コラ職人たちには「ありがたい」と感謝!-シネマトゥデイ
http://www.cinematoday.jp/page/N0035945 

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