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This is what Google India ‘really really really’ wants to know

Google India is the latest company that has joined the ‘really really really’ meme bandwagon. The technology giant has taken to microblogging website Twitter and used the ‘really really really’ meme to ask its Indian users a question: Why you keep asking Google Assistant to marry you?

Yes, you read that right. If the tweet is based on facts and not completely random, then it seems like a lot of Indian users have been asking Google Assistant to marry them.

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If you are a regular Twitter user, you would have come across such ‘really really really’ memes on the social media platform. However, if you don’t use Twitter regularly, we’ll tell you what these ‘really really really’ memes are all about.

It is basically a social media trend that has garnered tremendous popularity on Twitter in the last few months. So, it’s common to see tweets by people with the word ‘really’ written in different lines one after the other till you reach the last word. The word ‘really’ is written a lot of times in the meme and it forms a sort of a curved pattern.

According to a report in Financial Express, among the first known posts on Twitter to use the meme was tweeted on December 24, 2018. It was shared by a user with handle @jjkdsc and he used the hashtag #WE_NEED_DSC with this tweet. He had posted about a member from K-pop group NCT127.

After that, the meme went viral on the microblogging website. A number of technology companies have posted on their respective profiles using the meme including Youtube, Netflix, Amazon Prime, Linkedin and OnePlus. However, Google India’s tweet can easily be called the best among the lot. The ‘really really really’ post by Google India made a number of Twitter users tweet back hilarious replies. While some replied with ‘really really really’ memes, some used GIFs, and others just blamed the perils of being single for too long. And some witty ones went ahead and asked Google questions that they ‘really really really’ wanted answers to.

Take a look at a few of them here:

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