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On May 22nd, 2021, Japanese Instagram user @hideaki_utsumi posted a video of her red parrot with its head raised, laughing, then suddenly staring into the camera intensely (shown below). The video gained over 1,800 views in just under three weeks.
On May 28th, 2021, YouTuber Vault Boy posted an edited video of the bird to YouTube, adding the song “Great Grey Wolf Sif” from the video game Dark Souls over the section where the bird stares, garnering over 3,200 likes in just under two weeks (shown below).
Over the course of the next two weeks, a number of new edits using the clip were uploaded to YouTube. For example, on May 29th, YouTuber Brλden posted an edit putting Seth Rogen’s laugh over the clip, garnering over 4,400 views in just under two weeks (shown below, left). On May 30th, YouTuber ÇÅPTÑÇØØÇH posted a version adding the Vine Boom sound over the video titled “SUSSY RED BIRD,” garnering over 3,000 views in a comparable span of time (shown below, right).
On June 2nd, Twitter user @vminpartae posted, “me sending the video of my voice cracks to bighit as a joke and then hearing myself during the performance,” referencing Big Hit studios, who signs K-Pop group BTS, garnering over 18,000 likes and 2,800 retweets in six days (shown below).
me sending the video of my voice cracks to bighit as a joke and then hearing myself during the performance pic.twitter.com/vK9vhQq9xr
— juls 🍓 (@vminpartae) June 2, 2021
On June 7th, Redditor u/0JustaMemer0 posted a meme using the video clip in an image macro, garnering over 15,600 upvotes in a day (shown below).