Disaster Girl Meme

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Original Photo Of 'Disaster Girl' Meme Sold For Whopping $473,000

After storming the internet with hilarious memes, the original photo of the "disaster girl" has been sold for $473,000. The picture in which a girl is seen smiling, ignoring the houses burning in the background, belongs to Zoe Roth. Clicked in 2005, the picture is bought by Dubai-based 3FMusic. The money will be used by now 21-year-old Zoe to pay the student debt and the remaining money will be donated.

Sun, 02 May 2021 - 02:17 PM / by Nikita Thakur

Tags: Memes, Disaster Girl Meme, Zoe Roth, Viral meme

Courtesy: WION

badluck brian

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Popular 'Bad Luck Brian' Meme Sold For Whopping Rs 26 Lakh

The original image of the decade-old 'Bad Luck Brian' meme was sold as a Nonfubngible token (NFT) for a whopping Rs 26 lakh. The image, which shows Kyle Craven smiling, was sold to a user called '@a' through a digital art platform 'Foundation'. Besides, the buyer will enjoy possession through a blockchain inscribed ownership proof. Recently, a rare gif of the Nyan Cat meme was sold for $ 5,60,000 in a crypto auction.

Sun, 14 Mar 2021 - 08:42 PM / by Ronit John

Tags: Crypto auction, Cryptocurrency, Memes, Bad Luck Brian

Courtesy: Times Now

Voot Takes jibe at #Shweta meme

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Top Brands Zomato, Oyo Follow #Shweta Meme Trend; Go Crazy Over It

After the new meme trend 'Shweta' took over the internet, brands like Zomato and Netflix went crazy over it. The food delivery app Zomato posted, "Reminder: Always mute your audio while having food. Gossiping about your possessive friends.” Goibibo also joined the trend posting, "Travel Goal: To be as daring as Shweta." Moreover, OYO Rooms, Pizza Hut, Voot, Magic Bricks and Paytm also got along the meme trail of Shweta’s recording with her… read-more

Fri, 19 Feb 2021 - 07:37 PM / by Nikita Thakur

Tags: Memes, Shweta, ZOMATO, trending, Trending memes, Meme Story, Viral meme

Courtesy: India Today

"Monoliths" Give Desi Folks A New Topic To "LOL" About


Monoliths Metal Trolled All Over Social Media In India; Couple's Nameplate

The discovery of alien-like metal objects called 'monoliths' have escalated the meme obsession among Indian netizens. The metal was first found in US and Romania, now witnessed at multiple places. The monoliths memes are surfaced all over the social media, trolling the revelation as ‘If monolith were found in India.’ Several tweets have been forecasted to show how these metallic pillars will become the couples' nameplates or new home for… read-more

Wed, 09 Dec 2020 - 03:45 PM / by Archita chakraborty

Tags: Viral meme, metal monolith, Twitter, Trolls, Memes

Courtesy: The Indian Express