Contrary to popular belief, "WRYYYYYY!" did not begin as a flash video. Only noobs believe this.
The cry of "WRYYYYYY!" is a shriek given off by the vampires throughout JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. While all vampires in the series are prone to doing so, this noise is most commonly associated with Dio Brando.
The most common occurrence of "WRYYYYYY!" is when Dio rapidly punches his opponent, yelling "MUDAMUDAMUDAMUDAMUDA!" then stops time. He proceeds to throw knives, resume time, and then drop a steamroller on his opponent, then leaning back and crying "WRYYYYYY!"
Example 1: "WRYYYYYY!"
Example 2: "RODADA ROLLA DA! WRYYYYYY!"
Pronounced "Wrii/Wree," This is the battlecry one makes when they slam someone over the head with a steamroller.
ZA WARUDO!!! *Freezes time*
TOKI WO TOMARE!!!*throws knives*
.....Soshite, toki ga ugoki desu...*continues time*
MUDA DA! *CRASH*
The default expression for when one declares glorious victory via stopping time, throwing knives into one's opponent, and then crushing him with a steamroller which one apparently pulled out of one's ass or other bodily orifice. While it is not technically pronouncable unless you have two sets of vocal cords, this expression still conveys a specific and complex message in one distinct cry, namely, "I win, f*ck y'all."more...
The origin of this iconic cry is strange and twisted. While some would have you believe that the expression came from Jojo's Bizzare Adventure, many scholars contend that this statement is a fat, stinking bowl of severed buffalo wang. The shriek actually seems to be as old as the human race, if not older, as is evidenced by severely primitive and artistically challenged cave drawings of a stick figure, dressed in animal skins, dropping a prehistoric steamroller on a herd of deer, and then standing atop the stone steamroller and performing an early version of the cry, written WRAAAAAAH. Over the years, the cry advanced and grew alongside steamroller technology, eventually becoming the shrill and nigh-impossible screech we hear so often today. Speaking to the difficulty of the cry, there are those who dedicate their lives to the attempt to perfect the WRYYYYYY. To this day it has only been properly pronounced through complex computer simulation. Those who are dedicated spend all their time trying to achieve the scream, to be able to send the perfect message, a...