Its an evolution of a meme wherein a poster's ignorance is exploited.
Back in the day, some person posted a picture in /v/ asking "what game is this?" The picture had the name of the game it was from on it, so many Anons were utterly bewildered at the poster's stupidity. Then one replied "Battletoads," an answer so far out of left field that it stuck. Battletoads became the nonanswer to all questions that were seemingly obvious.
/a/ eventually acquired their own equivilent, that being Bible Black. A hentai anime with plenty of /d/ in it, Bible Black was the perfect candidate as an answer to all questions asking "what anime is this?" or "where is this from?" It is highly unlikely that anyone ever went and downloaded Bible Black after actually thinking it was a genuine answer to their question, but the possibility always remains, and it is that slim chance that allowed Bible Black to replace Battletoads.
Eventually someone took it up a notch, suggesting the blatantly homoerotic anime Boku no Piko as the answer to these questions, hoping that someone would end up downloading gay porn rather than their actual quarry.
Eventually we just started melding the three together, as the meme no longer worked on anyone, and thus by combining the three, we created a meme making fun of a meme's ineffectiveness.