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Max Design Pro is an American YouTube channel that makes videos about an anthropomorphic monkey named Max and his home and school life. The channel began posting videos in May 2020, with well-known meme characters and internet culture figures being incorporated into Max Design Pro videos in subsequent years. The channel's perceived brain rot YouTube Shorts content has garnered an ironic fan base, primarily on Twitter / X.


Max Design Pro first began posting videos to YouTube in May 2020, with the channel's earliest post[1] appearing on October 24th, 2022 (seen below, left), and the channel's main character first appeared in a November 15th post[2] that gathered over 60,000 views in two years (seen below, right).

The channel began incorporating popular memes into its videos in December 2022, with mascot horror character Huggy Wuggy appearing in a video[3] that gathered over 40,000 views in two years (seen below, left). The channel's most viral video[4] was posted on April 27th, 2023, gathering over 500,000 views in a year (seen below, right).

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A video posted to X / Twitter by Max Pro Design on May 17th, 2024, showed his characters dressed up as nurses to help the Roblox Chicken Nugget, aka Gegagedigedagedago.

X users then began sharing memes and jokes about how Max Pro Design had committed a war crime, stating he violated the Geneva Convention by using a Red Cross symbol they do not have permission to use.

X[7] user @StanleyMOV posted one such joke on May 18th, gathering over 28,000 likes in three weeks (seen below, left).

StanleyNPC @StanleyMOV You are the very first to witness a brain rot meme that has committed an actual war crime. What a time to be alive Max Design Pro @Max_DesignPro. May 17 Gegagedigedagedago! Nuggets and Max are saving Life! Part 8 #doctor #funny #Gegagedigedagedago 0:01 4:02 PM • May 18, 2024 840.1K Views @MaxDesignPro Community Notes Notes suggesting context to be shown with the post Θ Needs more ratings 13h · View details Not shown on X This video is a misuse of the Red Cross logo and a specific violation of the terms of The Hague and Geneva Conventions. The red cross emblem is not a first aid or medical sign... and it is not a general logo to be used in other ways by organisations or individuals. do/protecting-people-in-armed-conflict/the- emblem article/other/57jmb9.htm and-Creative/153701-07-OGC-Trademarks-Flyer.pdf cross-and-red-crescent-movement/emblems-and- logo Is this note helpful? Yes Somewhat No III ← Community Notes Notes explaining why added context isn't needed Needs more ratings 6h View details Not shown on X NNN. This is not a "specific violation of the terms of The Hague and Geneva Conventions." Unless the community note is suggesting that @Max_Design Pro is a State that is a party to the Hague & Geneva Conventions. Int. law applies to States, not chicken nugget X accounts. article/other/57jmb9.htm Is this a helpful explanation of why added context isn't needed? Yes Somewhat No Needs more ratings 8h · View details Not shown on X NNN. Community Notes is for calling out misleading content. The misuse of the Red Cross logo is worthy of a critical reply by not a note. Is this a helpful explanation of why added context isn't needed? Yes Somewhat No

On June 2nd, 2024, X[8] user @deathgobrr posted an "Analog Horror edit of a Max Pro Design video, gathering over 8,000 likes in a week (seen below).


On April 25th, 2024, YouTuber[5] TheTalentlessWriter posted a video criticizing Max Pro Design's content, calling it a "brain rot" content farm in a video that gathered over 100,000 views in a month (seen below, left). A May 19th video by YouTuber[6] AugustTheDuck gathered over 700,000 views in three years. The video is titled, "Brainrot Content Farms Are A Problem" (seen below, right).

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[1] YouTube – Max Design Pro

[2] YouTube – Max Design Pro

[3] YouTube – Max Design Pro

[4]  YouTube – Max Design Pro

[5] YouTube – The TalentlessWriter

[6] YouTube – AugustTheDuck

[7] X – StanleyMOV

[8] X – deathgobrr

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