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As a video producer at Giant Bomb , a popular gaming website, he features in at least five hours of videos a week for the site, as well as on its podcast. All our journalism is independent and is in no way influenced by any advertiser or commercial initiative.
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Scanlon and his colleagues were watching their editor, Jeff Gerstmann, play a game called Starbound. Me acting surprised on judgment day when I get told I'm going to hell pic.
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He also got a weird insight into the Twitter accounts which rip off popular tweets as their own. Since then, pretty much it has been non-stop," Scanlon tells The Guardian.
It's been unofficially dubbed the "white guy blinking" meme for the exact reasons you would suspect: During an interview with The Guardian , Scanlon says fans have been creating GIFs from their videos for a while, but none have ever grown so popular. The gif itself is taken from an episode of a Giant Bomb show called Unprofessional Fridays, which was filmed back in 2013.
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They run a regular series called Unprofessional Fridays, where they stream games and talk about them. I know every meme. The moment comes just as Gerstmann says: Follow Brett Molina on Twitter: Notice people sharing a GIF of a guy blinking? Contact my agent for day rates.