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  • I accidentally became a meme and this is that story.

    接下來我要介紹我意外成為網路迷因的故事。

  • It's weird to be famous as a baby.

    當我還是嬰兒的時候就變有名真的很怪。

  • There wa... there wasn't really a "before".

    我根本沒有成名以前的生活。

  • Really, my whole life has been me being Success Kid.

    我打從小時候就是「成功小孩」 了。

  • This all started in 2007.

    這一切要從 2007 年開始說起。

  • We went to the beach 'cause I had just gotten a new camera and I wanted to take some pictures of my baby and my family.

    我那時候剛買了新的相機,我想要幫我的寶寶還有家人拍照,所以去了海邊。

  • Sam was 11 months old.

    Sam 那時候十一個月大。

  • He was about to eat a handful of sand, like babies do, and I just snapped the shot at just the right moment.

    他準備要把沙子抓起來吃的時候,我剛好捕捉到那一刻。

  • I thought it was a really cute picture.

    我那時候只覺得是很可愛的照片。

  • I had no idea how profoundly it would impact our lives.

    我不知道它在日後居然會對我們的生活造成這麼大的影響。

  • I posted the picture to my Flickr account the same day I took it.

    我拍下這張照片的同一天把它上傳到我的 Filckr 上。

  • It was immediately popular and got about 300 likes the first day.

    它瞬間就受到大家喜愛而且第一天就得到 300 多個讚。

  • But then after that I kinda forgot about it.

    但之後我就忘記這件事了。

  • Within a year, I started to see it online.

    不到一年,我開始在網路上發現這張照片。

  • There was a photoshopped child in the background with a destroyed sand castle and it had the caption "I hate sandcastles".

    有一張是有一個小孩被 P 進背景裡,旁邊是被毀掉的沙堡,標題寫著「我討厭沙堡」。

  • And there was another version with the caption "Ima (beep) you up".

    還有另一個版本是標題寫「我要揍爆你」。

  • We really had no idea what memes were because they were so new.

    那時候我們根本不知道什麼是迷因,因為才剛開始流行。

  • But the ones that did exist usually were either making fun of somebody or had negative connotations.

    但大部分的迷因通常都是在嘲笑某人或是有負面意涵。

  • We didn't want that to be associated with our baby.

    我們不希望這些跟我們的小孩有任何關係。

  • My picture was just out there for anyone to take and manipulate.

    我的照片就這樣流落在外任人擺佈。

  • I realized at that point: There was no getting this picture back.

    我那時候明白我沒辦法把照片收回來了。

  • The Internet had it.

    它已經屬於網路了。

  • And then about a year after that was the first time I saw it used with the green and blue little background and it had my baby there and was titled Success Kid.

    大概一年後,那時我第一次看到我的小孩被用在一張藍綠色的背景上,標題寫著「成功小孩」。

  • Then when I saw that, I thought, "Please let this version take off".

    然後我心想,拜託讓這個版本紅。

  • It was so positive and sweet.

    超級正向又可愛。

  • The great thing about the Success Kid meme is that not only is it about success, but it's about unlikely success.

    「成功小孩」這個迷因很棒的一點是,它不只是關於成功,而是幾乎不可能成功。

  • Achieving, you know, against the odds.

    達成不可能的任務。

  • And that was really special because Sam was born prematurely, then had to have brain surgery at six weeks old.

    對我們來說很有意義,因為 Sam 是早產兒,出生六週大就動了腦部手術。

  • So, seeing it called Success Kid just, like, warmed my heart, you know.

    看到這照片被稱作「成功小孩」 真的讓我很感動。

  • I was just... I felt like that was the most appropriate title for him and it was given to him by the Internet.

    我覺得這是網路給他最貼切的稱號。

  • Before long, we saw the picture everywhere.

    不久之後,我們就在各個地方看到這張照片。

  • Saw it all over the Internet, advertising, a Super Bowl commercial, Obama's White House, newspapers around the world.

    網路上、廣告、超級盃的宣傳、歐巴馬的白宮,還有世界各地的報章雜誌都看得到它。

  • It was something positive that was out there that people really responded to.

    它很正向而且人們的反應很好。

  • It's kinda hard to comprehend.

    這其實有點難理解。

  • It's weird being a famous baby because I had no idea what was happening, you know.

    當一個有名的小孩很怪,因為我根本不知道發生什麼事。

  • That said, I I do have a lot of mixed feelings with it.

    我確實對它有些複雜的情緒。

  • I would go back and forth with being like, "Oh, I wish I was a normal kid" to "Oh, this is like, you know, this is super awesome".

    我的感覺會一直變,有時候希望自己是普通小孩,有時候又覺得成名其實很酷。

  • And so, to have fans come up to me and be like, "Hey, do the pose!" or, you know, like, "What did sand taste like?" or whatever,

    有些粉絲會跑來要我擺那個姿勢,或是問說「沙子好吃嗎?」之類的。

  • I'm like, "I don't know", and I... I would say, "like candy" or something, you know, 'cause, like, in my mind, I'm just a normal, lazy teenager.

    我會回答說我不知道,我可能會說味道像糖果之類的,因為我認為自己就只是普通的懶惰少年。

  • Usually just doing art and listening to music.

    通常都在作畫或是聽音樂。

  • I've been doing art for, I mean, my whole life really.

    我的人生幾乎都在作畫。

  • My dad has been a big part of why I started.

    我爸是我開始接觸美術的很大因素。

  • Kinda got that interest from him.

    可以說是因為他而對美術有興趣。

  • And, you know, I would look at his art and, you know, constantly copy it and stuff, and then I would gain a certain style.

    我會看著他的畫作然後不斷模仿,久而久之就有了自己的風格。

  • You know, interests change and your mindset and your body, you know, changes a lot, and you don't just wanna be known as Success Kid.

    不管是興趣,思想還有身體都會改變,而我不想一直被「成功小孩」侷限。

  • But then I found out that my dad was sick.

    但後來我爸生病了。

  • I was diagnosed with chronic kidney disease.

    我被診斷出罹患慢性腎臟病。

  • I had about 20 percent kidney function when they caught it.

    他們發現時我的腎臟只剩兩成的功能。

  • I was on dialysis for six years.

    我那時已經洗腎六年了。

  • Really needed a kidney transplant, but I couldn't qualify because the cost of the anti-rejection drugs are so enormous, you know, for so many people, it's almost impossible.

    真的非常需要腎臟移植,但我不符合資格,因為打抗排斥藥物的費用太昂貴了,對很多人來說幾乎不可能。

  • We just had the idea to do a fundraiser.

    我們就想說要募資。

  • I didn't wanna mention Success Kid.

    我不想提到「成功小孩」。

  • I mean, I wasn't even thinking about that initially.

    其實我一開始也根本沒想到那去。

  • Then I posted it on my Twitter account.

    我發在 Twitter 的帳號上。

  • - Some publications retweeted it and... - Within the first week of the GoFundMe being posted, we surpassed our goal.

    - 有些版品轉發它,然後... - GoFundMe 張貼後的第一個禮拜就超過我們的募款金額了。

  • We got so many messages saying how much the meme has meant to them and how much it brightens their day to see his face, or how they were going through a dark time, and...

    很多人傳訊息跟我們說這個迷因對他們來說有多重要,看到他的臉就能讓他們一天心情愉悅,或是怎麼靠著這張照片度過難關。

  • That was the best part of the campaign, really, is just feeling like we're getting this, you know, giant hug from the world.

    這活動最讚的地方是,我們感覺就像得到世界各地給我們巨大的擁抱一樣。

  • I am very thankful for everybody who has, you know, helped us and everybody who uses the picture.

    我很感激所有幫助我們及利用這張照片的人。

  • A lot of nurses and doctors use it to get through the day.

    很多護士和醫生會看這張照片鼓舞他們自己。

  • I'm very happy that, you know, people who save others' lives is using my picture when I was doing nothing but eating sand.

    我很高興有些人會利用這張照片去幫助別人,雖然我什麼都沒做,只是在吃沙子。

  • You know, like, it... it's a good thought, you know.

    這是很棒的點子。

  • It's... it helps me.

    真的幫助了我。

  • I'm at an age right now to where I don't really know what I am fully.

    我現在還在摸索的年紀。

  • I do hope one day that I'll be able to create something that inspires people just as much as Success Kid does.

    我希望未來我能創造出鼓舞人心的作品,就像「成功小孩」一樣。

I accidentally became a meme and this is that story.

接下來我要介紹我意外成為網路迷因的故事。

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    Minjane 發佈於 2020 年 08 月 10 日
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