On Jan. Warnings were circulated in the media, mostly in British tabloids but also in more reputable outlets like CBS and BBC , launching an international hysteria which, of course, soon became prime fodder for parody and memes. In an interview with Vanity Fair during which she was hooked up to a lie detector, Palmer was asked who was a better vice president: True Jackson, VP a character she played on a Nickelodeon show of the same name , or Dick Cheney. Sorry to this man. The unintentional diss cracked people up and quickly became a meme. Palmer herself even posted one on Instagram. Among the biggest changes in internet culture was the prevalence of memes that originated on TikTok and then found their way to Twitter or Instagram.
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As memes go, the side eye girl might just take the top spot for being the most useful, hilarious GIF to use at every available opportunity. Side eye girl. And while it's still part of our everyday internet lives, the original video of Chloe's side eye, which was her reaction to a surprise trip to Disneyland from her parents, came out nearly four years ago. Since then, Lily and her sister Chloe have racked up over k subscribers to their YouTube channel, and recently took a trip to Brazil - where her iconic facial expression was pasted all over the Google offices.
Good luck trying to figure out where your favorite GIFs originated. Whoever created the original video usually isn't the same person who GIF-ed it. And people rarely include proper attribution, so they're difficult to accurately source. Never fear — we've demystified a few of the classics. Now that you know where your favorite animated loops came from, you can save yourself the mental anguish, sleep well tonight and impress your friends tomorrow. If you've ever wondered what actually made this kid so freaking happy, we have the answer: Torii Hunter. Though the Major League Baseball player currently plays for the Detroit Tigers, this television spot aired during his time as a right fielder for the Minnesota Twins. To be fair, Torii Hunter looks just as happy to see the birthday boy as the birthday boy is to see Torii Hunter.