Source Okay, I understand that the 'memes' may be copyrighted, but at what point does something that is altered and remixed by hundreds, maybe thousands, of people make it grounds for a lawsuit? These two memes being here was not a selling point of Scribblenauts (btw, which Scribblenauts is it?), but instead an easter egg. A little secret meant to tickle the fancy of people who would think to put something so abstract in as an item in the game, certainly not something I've ever seen on any of the Scribblenauts game boxes while I sell them at work. Are these guys butthurt over some fair use, or is this a serious legal battle that is about to ensue? Also, I had never in my life heard of Keyboard Cat before this. Sue me.