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Twenty-One Rick Astley Memes For The Rule-Followers

We always love a good reference to Rick Astley, so you know we had to jump on the opportunity to gather up a gallery of these memes, featuring the ginger himself singing, "You know the rules and so do I." 

Check out Know Your Meme for more examples!

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We have to give a hand to whoever took the time to cut out each movie clip for this incredible video. Cheers to you.

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'I'm Straight, I'm Gay' Survey Is Inspiring Some Goofy Spin-Off Memes

The "I'm Straight, I'm Gay" survey refers to the "interested-in" option you can fill out on dating profiles like Tinder, except people are filling in their own options with hilarious song lyrics.

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Cleveland-based web developer Will Smidlein thought he would poke around with Vine's code seeing as it was just released on the Android platform.

To test his meddling, Smidlein posted the full-length version of "Never Gonna Give You Up" to Vine, which technically only allows user video posts to be 6 seconds or shorter. It wasn't long before Twitter, creators of Vine, had one of their engineers contact Smidlein directly and asked him to please remove his video, as it was causing some "technical difficulties." Smidlein promptly deleted the video and was rather apologetic about the whole situation:

Don't feel too bad, Will. The engineers probably shouldn't have pushed such easily breakable code in the first place.

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