Alien memes erupt on Twitter after sonic boom in Bengaluru on World UFO Day
Today afternoon, residents of Bengaluru were surprised by loud sounds. The noise, according to reports, was heard in ISRO Layout, HSR Layout, Benson Town, Sarjapur, Ulsoor, south Bengaluru, east Bengaluru and JP Nagar areas of the city. The incident soon prompted people to take to Twitter to share all kinds of reactions. Amid all the posts, some shared alien memes as the world is celebrating UFO Day today. This day is celebrated every year on the second day of July.
“July 2 (Today) - World UFO Day and we heard sonic boom in namma Bengaluru this noon,” shared a Twitter user along with this GIF:
How can an alien-related meme list be complete without the mention of Jadoo from the film Koi … Mil Gaya:
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Last year in May a similar "sonic boom" was heard in some areas of the city. Later the defence ministry tweeted that it was caused by a routine IAF test flight outside of city limits.
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Boom Goes The Dynamite | Know Your Meme Classics
Goes to Dynamite is a story of a young Ball State freshman who took a job filling in for the regular sportscaster on his campus news and earn himself a place in internet meme history. Nineteen-year-old Brian Collins was a communications major who volunteered to fill in with the usual sports anchor from Ball State's news link at nine cancelled. The Nets won the last Sunday's match up ninety-four to eighty-five which left the Pacers one game behind the Chicago in the seventh series spot. Let's check out the highlights. Brian the nice guy that he is volunteered to fill in having never actually done a sportscast before and while he started off good, eventually, things go tragically, humiliatingly wrong. It seems less weak player on, it seems every week that you have a player, he mumbles. Oh, no. Stumbles. The Indiana Pacers are looking for a measure of revenge tonight and seems about the words, I'm so sorry. And at one point, tries ever so hard to reclaim his confidence with a half-hearted delivery of the iconic catchphrase that would soon catapult this video into internet history. Later, he gets the rebound, passes it to the man, shoots it, and boom goes the dynamite. While undoubtedly mortifying at the time, Brian probably had no idea what was soon to come. Okay, great. Thanks a lot for that look in the sports, Brian. Yeah. The clip was posted to the controversial internet website, Ebomb's World and soon it was being passed around through email links and forms worldwide. But like all good stories, Brian Collin's mortifying experience caught the attention of the real-world media, cementing his certification as internet gold. Ladies and gentlemen, here's Brian Collins. Here he is, Brian Boom goes the Dynamite Collins. Hey, tell me where did the catchphrase come from? You know, college people like to have fun and things and one thing that we do is we have Mario Kart tournaments. Part of that is you create catchphrase. Later, he gets the rebound, passes it to the man, shoots it, and Boom goes to Dynamite. Meanwhile, the world caught on making Boom Goes the Dynamite a regular catchphrase. Boom goes a dynamite. Dynamite. Even Hollywood picked up on it with mentions on the television programs, Family Guy and Veronica Mars. Boom goes the Dynamite. Support came from everywhere including ESPN Sports Center anchor, Scott Van Pelt, who sent an email to Collins, reassuring him, if this is the worst thing that ever happens to you, life will be good. Van Pelt went on to adopt Boom Goes the Dynamite into his own repertoire. And Brian, well, he overcame his initial experience to become the Ball State News Link at nine weatherman. In the spring of 2,000 eight, Brian graduated from Ball State with his communications degree and moved to Waco, Texas where he now reports for ABC affiliate KXXV. In an interview about the experience, Brian once said, quote, the one thing I was proud of, I didn't just get up and walk out. I didn't die. I took it until the end. We should all be so strong cuz in the end, All Dynamite goes. Will be the game three at 3 PM Switching to Ball State Men's Tennis. It seems last week player on. It seems every week that you have a player, the Indiana Pacers are looking for a measure to revenge tonight and end up doing poorly. Oh no.
This seems like conversations I've been hearing on In Review. Can't wait to see how the rankings conclude (though I agree with Andy, Azka...
Meme boom done
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