How to the used slang word

Social Networking, has become a big buzz in the recent past. Some of us might even have come across the term "Dummy Thicc" in one or more of our regular searches.

That term originated from an article written on this very subject by Jon Anderson. If you are unfamiliar with the term or context, some may wonder what the term "Dummy Thicc" is all about.

Below is a look at the origin and usage of this term and an explanation as well.

Viral Comment Conversion about Dummy

"Dummy Thicc" is a term that originated from a humorous video posted on YouTube by "Webroot".

The video in question showed many website visitors commenting on a video of President George W. Bush speaking with British Prime Minister John Major.

At one point in the video, Mr. Bush could be heard speaking in what could be considered very poor English.

For the most part, the comments were positive, however; one gentleman stated: "I hope we don't lose this stupid war."

In response, another gentleman stated: "I suppose so, maybe after all these videos people will start thinking twice before they go to war."

The two men could not get on the topic and after a brief exchange of words, the gentleman in the red hat went on to say:

"You can't keep your head in the sand, dummy."

Slang on Internet

This phrase and its outcome have become a popular one, especially among the young crowd. To many, this was the perfect candidate for a search term: "How to Spam Web Sites With Slang."

The results many obtained were the same: many search engines returned many hits for the term "how to use Viral Slang in Social Media."

Some websites devoted to the topic explored different avenues in explaining the phenomenon of using slang in internet communication.

Dummy on Youtube

There is no debating the fact that the YouTube video received many millions of views. This is in large part due to the word "Dummy".

The word "Dummy" was used repeatedly in the video. Many assumed this word had originated somewhere in China or Japan and spread from there.

This theory could be true; however, no one can claim with certainty where the term came from or who first used it.
Some are quick to point out that the word originated in China, where it appears to have been first used in English.
The theory as to how the video was viewed holds some merit. It certainly does appear that a number of Chinese-Americans are among those who made the clip, however, there is no concrete evidence pointing to this.

Perhaps many of those who saw the YouTube clip was simply looking for information on how to use the term "Dummy" in their conversations on MySpace.

Regardless of who created or released this video, it's become a very popular term.

Today, it appears regularly in online conversations, articles, and news stories. One would be hard-pressed to find someone who has not come across the term or its variations.

Learning how to use "Dummy" in a way that makes it fly and leave you with a powerful impression can be the key to getting your business viral. When done correctly, it can lead to a large stream of targeted leads for your business.

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