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  • 04/01/18--15:15: Camel Adaptation Song
  • In 2004, a Music artist called Animal Trax Launched their first album called Worldwide Animal Trax, to teach children about How Animals and their environment work. The First song on the Album was Titled ‘Adaptation’ Featuring a camel Rapping about how he adapts to the desert. In 2006, the youtuber “polkadotplace” created an animated music video for the song. It has later been shown in many classrooms for geography and science


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  • 04/01/18--21:43: EatDatPussy445
  • About

    EatDatPussy445, “EDP445” for short, is a vlogger on YouTube known for posting videos about the Philadelphia Eagles and rant-style content. Since launching his channel in 2010, he has gained a significant following among internet communities.

    Online History

    On Joined Jun 13, 2010, EatThatPussy445’s YouTube channel was launched with the first video performing a free-style rap. (below)



    On Mar 4, 2016, EDP445 uploaded a short video which later reached 1,200,000 views and 1,270 comments over the past year. On Mar 3, 2015, he uploaded a rant on the Philadelpia Eagles for LeSean McCoy’s drafting into the Buffalo Bills. It reached 1,100,000 views and 2,150 Comments over the years.


    Fandom

    In September 2015, a page for the YouTube channel was launched on the YouTube Wiki. In the year 2015, the /r/EatDatPussy445 subreddit was created.

    “My Left Leg has Went Totally Numb”

    My Left Leg has Went Totally Numb refers to a Twitter video in which EDP445 explains how his leg reached a numbing sensation after sexual stimulation. The video has been one if his most popular and been the feature to many copypastas and “dank meme” videos.



    Tosh.O Appearance

    On Nov 12, 2013, a video named “I was on Tosh.O” was uploaded showcasing a clip of him appearing on the TV show.



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  • 04/01/18--23:26: Bayfoxx Discord Meme
  • furry’s, we all know about furry memes, and a new meme called the Bayfoxx meme has been rising in the animation community in a site called Discord the meme mostly talks about Bayfoxx’s bad habait at not uploading for a month


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  • 04/02/18--08:30: Walmart Yodel Boy
  • About

    Walmart Yodel Boy refers to a video of 12-year old Mason Ramsey performing a country song in a Walmart. The video went viral as people applied various captions to it and remixed it.

    Origin

    On March 24th, 2018 in Harrisburg, Illinois, child performer Mason Ramsey, known for his Hank Williams impressions, was filmed singing “Lovesick Blues” in a Walmart. A video of the performance was uploaded two days later by YouTube account ViralHog.


    Spread

    On March 27th, the video began spreading on Twitter after a tweet by @dumbassvegan[1] paired the clip with the caption “Me: which aisle can i find light bulbs?
    Walmart employee:”, gaining over 49,000 retweets and 167,000 likes (shown below).




    Following that tweet, Twitter users began joking about the clip in various ways.

    Various Examples

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  • 04/02/18--10:05: 2018 April Fools' Day
  • Background

    On April 1st, 2018, various websites and online services released gag videos, products and features in honor of April Fools’ Day.

    Developments

    Google

    The official Google YouTube channel released a video titled “Introducing Bad Joke Detector,” highlighting a satirical feature for the application Files Go that would scan jokes saved to a smart phone and remove them to free up space (shown below).



    Google Maps

    Google Maps enabled a “Where’s Waldo” game allowed users to search for Walso while using the Google Maps desktop or mobile application.



    Google Israel

    Google Israel released a video promoting the satirical “Google Cloud Hummus API” (shown below).



    Google Japan

    The Google Japan YouTube channel released a fake promotional video for a “physical handwriting version of the GBoard virtual keyboard" (shown below).



    Reddit

    Tesla Bankruptcy

    Amazon

    Netflix

    Discord

    The Discord YouTube channel uploaded a promotional video for the fake messaging feature to message a random person with the tag “@someone” (shown below).



    Rick and Morty

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    Overview

    Sinclair Broadcasting Local News Script refers to the discovery that several local news stations owned by conservative-leaning Sinclair Broadcast Group are routinely forced to read scripts provided to them that push conservative talking points, particularly liberal media bias or fake news. The discovery spread after several videos were made showing dozens of news stations reading the same script.

    Background

    On March 30th, 2018, ThinkProgress[1] posted an article reporting that local news stations owned by Sinclair were being forced to read scripts prepared for them. They also created a video which spliced together different newscasters reading from the same script (shown below).



    They reported that Seattle-based ABC affiliate KOMO-TV[2] had first complained about the script. KOMO-TV also provided the script in their article about the controversy (shown below).

    Hi, I’m(A) ____________, and I’m (B) _________________…
    (B) Our greatest responsibility is to serve our Northwest communities. We are extremely proud of the quality, balanced journalism that KOMO News produces.
    (A) But we’re concerned about the troubling trend of irresponsible, one sided news stories plaguing our country. The sharing of biased and false news has become all too common on social media.
    (B) More alarming, some media outlets publish these same fake stories… stories that just aren’t true, without checking facts first.
    (A) Unfortunately, some members of the media use their platforms to push their own personal bias and agenda to control ‘exactly what people think’…This is extremely dangerous to a democracy.
    (B) At KOMO it’s our responsibility to pursue and report the truth. We understand Truth is neither politically ‘left nor right.’ Our commitment to factual reporting is the foundation of our credibility, now more than ever.
    (A) But we are human and sometimes our reporting might fall short. If you believe our coverage is unfair please reach out to us by going to KOMOnews.com and clicking on CONTENTCONCERNS. We value your comments. We will respond back to you.
    (B) We work very hard to seek the truth and strive to be fair, balanced and factual… We consider it our honor, our privilege to responsibly deliver the news every day.
    (A) Thank you for watching and we appreciate your feedback.

    Developments

    The following day, Deadspin[3] published a video that showed even more newscasters reading off a Sinclair script.




    As the video spread, several news organizations reported the story. CNN ran a segment about the video on April 1st, 2018 (shown below).



    Several publications including New York Magazine[4] and the New York Times[5] also covered the video, as well as criticism lobbed at Sinclair. For example, Democratic congressman David E. Price called the script “pro-Trump propaganda,” and Peter Chernin, the longtime president of Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation, called the script “insidious.” It is not the first time Sinclair stations have pushed “must-run” segments that have been accused of conservative bias, which have included criticizing 2004 Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry, praising President Trump, and speeches from company executives.

    President Trump responded to the controversy by praising Sinclair and belittling CNN and other stations he has routinely called “Fake News.” A thread on /r/OutOfTheLoop[6] about the video’s presence on Reddit gained over 8,500 upvotes.



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    About

    Destroying My Girlfriend’s Makeup refers to a series of YouTube videos in which a man ruins his girlfriend’s cosmetics collection via some means of destruction as a prank. Several of the videos in the trend have gained hundreds of thousands of views.

    Origin

    On December 28th, 2016, YouTube account Kaelin and Kyrah uploaded the first video to feature the prank, gaining over 985,000 views (shown below).



    Spread

    On January 1st, 2017, YouTube account Hey D&D published their version of the prank, gaining over 3.1 million views (shown below, left). Account Chris and Queen did their version of the prank the same day, gaining over 1 million views (shown below, right).



    The trend continued into 2017 with the added twist of tying the girlfriend in question up. The most popular videos showing the prank include a video by De’arra & Ken 4 Life that gained over 4.7 million views (shown below, left) and a video by Karlee and Connor that gained over 3.8 million views (shown below, right).



    Various Examples



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    Describe Yourself Like a Male Author Would refers to a social game among women on Twitter which emerged from a viral thread about the clichés male authors use to describe women which focus mostly on their figure. After a tweet suggested women describe themselves as a male author would, dozens of women replied with self-descriptions parodying male authors.

    Origin

    On March 30th, 2018, Twitter user @gwenckatz[1] tweeted about a thread regarding the #OwnVoices hashtag, a trending Twitter hashtag in the Twitter literary community supporting stories about marginalized communities written by members of those communities. According to her tweet, the thread she was reading featured voices complaining about the trend, comparing the authors to Social Justice Warriors. In one tweet, she pointed to a male author who claimed he was “living proof that it’s possible for a male author to write an authentic female protagonist,” then provided several passages from that author’s book. The passages she chose were meant to convey that the author was not accurately depicting the female experience (examples shown below).



    In the developing thread, Twitter user @kateleth[2] joked about how a male author would describe her (shown below, left). In the replies, Twitter user @whitneyarner[3] posted a tweet which read “new twitter challenge: describe yourself like a male author would” (shown below, right).



    Spread

    Following @whitneyarner’s tweet, other Twitter users began parodying the style of male authors describing women by describing themselves. Some popular examples include a tweet by @shannonpurser that gained over 890 retweets and 7,700 likes (shown below, left) and a tweet by @say_shannon that gained 266 retweets and 1,900 likes (shown below, right).



    The jokes were covered by Twitter Moments[4] and Daily Dot.[5] In the Twitter Moments coverage of the trend, responses from male authors who found the jokes equal parts humorous and sobering were covered (examples shown below).



    Various Examples



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    Overview

    Channel Awesome Implosion refers to damaging stories spread about the business practices of Channel Awesome, a network of YouTube content creators whose most prominent member is The Nostalgia Critic. In March of 2018, previous contributors to the network began describing their experiences within and leaving the network. Massive backlash to the channel ensued, as well as an apology from Channel Awesome that many dismissed as insufficient.

    Background

    On March 13th, 2018, content creator and former Channel Awesome member @Obscura_Lupa, real name Allison Pregler,[1] responded to a fan on Twitter asking about her reaction to a recent Nostalgia Critic review about IT. In her response, she listed some of her issues with Channel Awesome (shown below).

    Developments

    Search Interest

    Unavailable

    External References

    [1]Twitter – @Obscurus_Lupa


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    Overview

    What It’s Like to Go Through Life As a Really Beautiful Woman is the title of an article written in The Cut, a women’s-interest subsidiary of New York Magazine. After the article was written, it generated both mockery and commentary online.

    Background

    On April 2nd, 2018, The Cut[1] published “What It’s Like to Go Through Life As a Really Beautiful Woman” by author Alexa Tsoulis-Reay. In the piece, the author describes herself as being told she was a beautiful woman in her younger years. She describes her beauty as a contributing factor to her dating life and her ability to form female friendships. She describes other women as being jealous of her and attempting to sabotage her career, as well as not inviting her to parties and making her cry (sample paragraph shown below).

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    Send This To Your Crush With No Context is a frequently used caption to absurd and humorous videos and images. People use the phrase to parody online challenges that encourage people to tell their love interests about their true feelings.

    Origin

    On August 17th, 2013, Tumblr[1] user chespin posted a screenshot from the video game Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney. In the image, the character Grossberg says, “Ooohhh…You’ve really lit a fire in my heart… And my buttocks!” The post (shown below) received more than 40,000 notes in four-and-a-half years.

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    [Developing]

    Background

    On April 3rd, 2018, a shooting occurred at the YouTube headquarters in San Bruno, California.

    Developments

    On Twitter

    During the shooter, YouTube employees Vadim Lavrusik and Lil Chen tweeted that they were barricaded away from the shooter (shown below).[2][3]



    Meanwhile, the @Google_Comms[6] Twitter feed tweeted that the company was “coordinating with authorities and will provide official information here from Google and YouTube as it becomes available.”



    On Reddit

    That day, Redditor wrtChase submitted a post about the shooting to /r/news.[1]
    h4. Shooter’s Identity

    Meanwhile, ABC7[4] news reported that an unnamed police officer described the suspect as a “white, adult female wearing a dark top and head scarf.” Later that day, TMZ[5] reported that there were “several reports” that the “female suspect is dead at the scene.”

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  • 04/03/18--14:13: Miss Vanjie
  • About

    Miss Vanjie is a memorable quote uttered by drag performer Vanessa Vanjie Mateo from the reality competition television series RuPaul’s Drag Race. After being eliminated from the competition, Mateo said “Miss Vanjie” three times, which inspired numerous jokes and memes.

    Origin

    On March 29th, 2018, Vanessa Vanjie Mateo lost a lip sync competition to Kalorie Karbdashian-Williams.[3] As Mateo left the stage, she backed away saying, “Miss Vanjie. Miss Vanjie. Miss Vanjie.”



    Spread

    That evening, the @RuPaulsDragCon Twitter[1] posted a gif of the moment. They captioned the post (shown below, left), We ❤️❤️❤️ you, @VanessaVanjie! @rupaul @WorldofWonder @rupaulsdragrace #DragRace." The post (shown below, left) received more than 90 retweets and 700 likes.

    Over the next few days, RuPaul and fans of the show began posting jokes and memes using the moment and the character. On March 30th, Twitter[4] user @DarrenEmoji posted a remix of the chalkboard joke from The Simpsons. The post (shown below, center) received in more than 730 retweets and 2,900 likes in five days.

    On March 31st, RuPaul tweeted,[2]“Always be yourself. Unless you can be Miss Vanjie. Then always be Miss Vanjie. #DragRace.” The post (shown below, right) received more than 4,400 retweets and 22,000 likes in four days.



    On March 29th, Twitter[5] user @oscahhhh tweeted a video of the Miss Vanjie exit into an episode of Pokémon. The post (shown below) received more than 6,000 retweets and 16,000 likes in six days.

    Several media outlets published pieces about the memes, including Pajiba,[6] Gay Times,[7] Billboard[8] and more.




    Various Examples




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  • 04/03/18--15:56: Killing Bites
  • About

    Killing Bites (キリングバイツ Kiringu Baitsu) was written by Shinya Murata and illustrated by Kazasa Sumita[1].

    Premise

    In the anime, people have been created that are human-animal hybrids, and powerful businesses bet on the outcome of their duels. College student Nomoto Yuuya’s casual acquaintances ask him to drive them around to pick up girls one day, which he soon finds out means by force. The girl they kidnap is an animal-human hybrid named Hitomi, who slaughters all of them except Yuuya. Hitomi is a honey badger (ratel), which has been called the most fearless of all animals. Now Hitomi is assigned to stay with Yuuya, for his protection[2].

    History

    Killing Bites’ manga has been serialized since November 2013 in Shogakukan’s seinen manga magazine Monthly Hero’s. It has been collected in ten tankōbon volumes. A video game adaptation for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita was announced in 2015, developed by Nex Entertainment. The game was delayed in 2016 after the developer was dissolved, and the game’s development was later suspended. An anime television series adaptation by Liden Films aired from January 13 to March 31, 2018, on MBS TV’s “Animeism” programming block[1].

    Reception

    The show has achieved around 60,000 MyAnimeList members since its airing. The audience reaction to the anime has been mixed [2]. Opinions are rather polarized. Many see the show as simply dumb and/or furry trash[3]. Others see it as dumb furry trash that is also really fun to watch with great art, fights, and the right amount of cheese[4][5][6][7].

    Related Memes

    What is Killing Bites / Sharper Fangs

    Hitomi’s frequently-repeated claims “The one with the sharper fangs wins” and “That’s what Killing Bites is”[8] are frequently referenced by fans in Killing Bites or honey-badger related content online.

    [1]Wikipedia Killing Bites – Wikipedia

    [2]MyAnimeList.net Killing Bites – MyAnimeList.net

    [3]MyAnimeList.net Killing Bites – harshtruth's Review – MyAnimeList.net

    [4]reddit Daniel_Is_I comments on [Spoilers] Killing Bites – Episode 1 Discussion

    [5]reddit Narlaw comments on What is Killing Bites?

    [6]reddit notathrowaway75 comments on [Spoilers] Killing Bites – Episode 12 discussion – FINAL

    [7]MyAnimeList.net Killing Bites – SoraSenpai's Review – MyAnimeList.net

    [8]YouTube What is Killing Bites?

    []KillingBites Official Website TVアニメ「キリングバイツ」公式サイト

    []ANNKilling Bites (TV) – Anime News Network


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  • 04/03/18--19:04: Todd Rogers
  • Todd Rogers, aka The King of Video Games, ToddZilla, and Mr. Activision, an American professional gamer. He is infamous for having held over 1700 world records, with most if not all proven impossible and/or without proper evidence.

    Career and Life

    Todd Rogers was born in December 1, 1964, in Florida. He joined the US National Video Game Team in 1986 and was recognized as one of the first paid professional video game players. One of his more infamous records was for the 1980 Activision Game Dragster, with a time of 5.51 seconds in 1982.

    Cheating Scandals



    On June 16, 2017, attention was brought to Rogers by Youtuber EZScape, and he stated that his Dragster record was possible.
    He stated that the fastest possible time was 5.57. Others include a high score of 15 million for the NES port of Donkey Kong, which was completely lacking evidence, a score of 1698 for Wabbit, also proven impossible because the highest possible score is 1300 and the score only counts in 5-point intervals, and a time of 32.04 seconds for Atari game Barnstormer. On January 29, 2018, all of his records were removed from Twin Galaxies, and the following day, Guinness World Records removed all of his records.

    Parody Videos

    Following the removal of all his records from Twin Galaxies and Guinness World Records, multiple fake speedrun videos parodying Todd Rogers began to appear on youtube. Some of the first include a speedrun parody of Super Mario Bros by Youtuber sullyrox and a Mario 64 one by verygoodvideos123.





    Similarly, a 10-youtubers-vs.-1-speedrunner-style parody of Mario 64, featuring Rogers against popular Mario 64 Youtubers such as SimpleFlips and Markiplier, was uploaded by SwankyBox for April Fool’s Day.




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  • 04/04/18--05:42: Drunken Mario
  • About
    Mario is from the Nintendo franchise “Super Mario” and many other spin off games about the character, Drunken Mario is a poorly done drawing following the phrase “u wan death”, The meme started in April and there’s now different characters from the series turned “Drunken”

    Origin
    On April 2nd, A minecraft user posted a carpet design on their instagram, Someone then commented saying “It looks like a flat Mario” The user then went onto an art program and drew Mario, It looked very deformed and they then posted it tagging the person saying the carpet looks like Mario, someone then commented “It looks like Mario, if he was drunk” the user who posted these pictures then declared they will make other characters that are drunk, it started to get a bit popular to make Mario characters that looked really off,

    The sentence “U wan deth” (You want death) is what the drunken Mario’s catchphrase is.


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  • 04/04/18--06:08: Sine Over Cosine
  • About

    Sin Over Cos Meme is a Meme About Name of anything in the world That Contains The Word “tan”
    Then Remove the Tan in the Word and Replace it with “Sin over Cos”

    For Example: Tan k = Sin/Cos K

    Various Examples



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  • 04/04/18--09:16: Clear Backpacks Debate
  • Overview

    Clear Backpacks Debate refers to the mandatory requirement for students to use translucent bag that some schools instituted in the wake of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Shooting. While schools state the the backpacks was a safety precaution, others contested the requirement, stating it violated the students’ privacy.

    Background

    On February 14th, 2018, a gunman activated a fire alarm and opened fire using a .223 caliber AR-15 rifle at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. After initial fleeing the scene by blending in with escaping students, the suspect was subsequently apprehended by authorities in Coral Springs, Florida.

    A total of 17 people were killed and another 15 were wounded in the attack. The suspected gunman was identified as 19-year-old Nikolas Cruz, who was apprehended and taken into custody following the shooting.

    On March 21st, The New York Times[1] reported that after the brother of the shooting suspect was arrested for trespassing on school grounds and two students were arrested for bringing knives to school, students of Marjory Stoneman would be required to use clear backpacks at school. Broward County Public Schools superintendent Robert W. Runcie announced that any student that did not have a translucent bags would be provided one free of charge.

    Development

    Online Reaction

    Some people reacted negatively to the announcement and voiced their disapproval on Twitter. Marjory Stoneman student and shooting survivor Lauren Hogg tweeted,[2]“Great. Because clear backpacks are gonna fix everything. I appreciate the attempt, but I’d rather have common since gun laws than a clear backpack. #NeverAgain #EnoughIsEnough.” The tweet (shown below, left) received more than 1,200 retweets and 5,200 likes in 24 hours.

    Fellow Marjory Stoneman student Carly Novell tweeted,[3]“Clear backpacks don’t do anything except make us look stupid. We want to be safe, not uncomfortable. The only thing that can really have an impact on our safety is gun control.” Within 24 hours, the tweet (shown below, center) received more than 1,400 retweets and 7,600 likes.

    Twitter[4] user and activist @KenidraRWoods_ tweeted, “well we already have clear backpacks at our school – a boy still managed to bring a knife and bullets so yeah. If they want to commit a crime, THEYWILLFIND A WAY. This is not always effective just saying.” The post (shown below, right) received more than 580 retweets and 2,400 likes in 24 hours.



    Distribution of Backpacks

    On September 1st, Superintendent Robert Runcie responded to a letter from a student who disapproved of the requirement. He tweeted,[13]“Dear Holden, Thank you for your well written letter. We will continue to reevaluate & make changes based on experience & feedback from you & other students, school staff, and input from our community. We love our students & teachers. Our #1 priority is the safety of our schools.” The post (shown below) received more than 80 retweets and 600 likes in four days.



    On April 2nd, 2018, the backpacks were distributed to students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. That day, Marjory Stoneman Douglas student Kyra Parrow tweeted[5] a picture of the backpacks being handed out. She captioned the post, “Thousands of clear backpacks and lanyards were distributed today at douglas. They’re just an illusion of security.” Within 48 hours, the post (shown below) received more than 1,400 retweets and 7,200 likes.



    Student Response

    After receiving the bags, students tweeted their frustration with the new protocol. Lauren Hogg tweeted[6] a picture of the bag with the caption, “My new backpack is almost as transparent as the NRA’s agenda. I feel sooo safe now. As much as I appreciate the effort we as a country need to focus on the real issue instead of turning our schools into prisons. #clearbackpacks #MarchForOurLives” The post (shown below, left) received more than 10,000r retweets and 44,000 likes in 48 hours.

    Student Delaney Tarr tweeted,[7]“Starting off the last quarter of senior year right, with a good ol’ violation of privacy!” The post (shown below, center) received more than 4,400 retweets and 40,000 likes in two days.

    Another sudent, Carmen Lo, posted[8] a picture of herself wearing the backpack with a note that reads “This backpack is probably worth more than my life” inside it. The post (shown below, right) received more than 11,000 retweets and 48,000 likes in two days.



    Students also began filling the backpacks with different items that are for private use. The following day, student Cameron Kasky tweeted a picture of himself with a clear backpack filled with tampons. The post (shown below) received more than 8,700 retweets and 60,000 likes in 24 hours.



    Media Coverage

    Several media outlets covered the response to the the clear backpacks including BuzzFeed, [9]CNN,[10] GQ,[11]USA Today[12] and more.

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    About

    What International Students Eat refers to a photoshop meme popular on Twitter which parodies lavish lifestyles of some students who study internationally by saying they eat foods edited to feature the logo of a luxury fashion brand.

    Origin

    On March 31st, 2018, Twitter user @eliesaaab[1] tweeted images of Versace jewelry in a Chinese takeout box with the Versace logo. The following day, user @bengalitrash[2] quote-tweeted the tweet with the caption “What international students have for lunch,” gaining over 48,000 retweets and 185,000 likes (shown below).

    Spread

    Various Examples

    Search Interest

    Unavailable

    External References

    [1]Twitter – @eliesaaab


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