«You’ve been Obama-rolled»

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Som han som lagde den sier selv: Fordi noen bare måtte lage den…

Hvis du lurer på hva i all verden dette handler om, så har du akkurat blitt rickrolled.

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  1. Kan jo ta med litt om opphavet til «rickrolled» og «baRackrolled»

    her skrevet fra wikipedia
    4chan is an English-language imageboard website based on the Japanese-language Futaba Channel. Launched on October 1, 2003 by «moot» («Christopher Poole»), its boards are primarily used for the posting of pictures and discussion of Japanese comics and television shows. Users generally post anonymously, and the site has been linked to «Anonymous» culture and Project Chanology. The Guardian describes 4chan as «at once brilliant, ridiculous and alarming.»[2]

    4chan’s «/b/» board is both active and notorious. Its theme is «random»; there are minimal rules on posted content. claimed in jest that «reading /b/ will melt your brain».[3] The site has generated significant media attention, and its members have been responsible for the formation and popularization of Internet memes such as lolcats, rickrolling, and the popularity of the Tay Zonday song «Chocolate Rain». It has also received media attention for its attacks against other websites and Internet users, and for the threats of real world violence that have been posted on it.

    Main article: rickrolling
    In 2005 the «duckroll» was introduced. This meme began when moot used a word filter to change «egg» to «duck» across 4chan. Thus, words such as «eggroll» were changed to «duckroll». This led to a bait and switch in which external links disguised as being relevant to a discussion actually pointed to a picture of a duck on wheels.[28]

    In March 2007, the demo for video game Grand Theft Auto IV was released. Its immense popularity caused publisher Rockstar Games’ website to crash. A 4chan user employed the duckroll on a link to this site, but linked to the YouTube video for Rick Astley’s «Never Gonna Give You Up» instead of a duck picture. Thus, the «rickroll» was born.[28] In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Astley said he found the meme «bizarre and funny».

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