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OMG! These Annoying Internet Trends Are Older Than You Think!
'OMG', selfies and LOLCats are just a few of the internet phenomena becoming viral sensations online, but did you know that these "modern" trends aren't really modern at all? Some of them have been around as early as the 1800s! Don't believe us? See it for yourself.
When you think of the word 'Twerking', you're mind probably casts back to August 2013 and the jaw-dropping moment Miley Cyrus gyrated against singer Robin Thicke during his rendition of 'Blurred Lines' (all whilst wearing a latex bikini!) at the MTV Video Music Awards.
The clip instantly went viral and made way for a string of 'How to Twerk' tutorials on Youtube.
Whilst we all know that Miley wasn't the first star to shake her booty, you'll probably be surprised to know that the term 'twerk' dates as far back as 1820!
According to Oxford English Dictionaries the word was first spelt 'twirk' and used to describe a twisting or jerking movement. It later emerged again in 1848 and was used in 1908.
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