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Anyone have a clue about the spread or origin of "Carl is not in the House?

Last posted Dec 19, 2012 at 11:57PM EST. Added Dec 16, 2012 at 04:10AM EST
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So, I’m working on Carl is not in the house, with all it’s funny photos, but I still don’t really have a clue about it’s development itself. Does anybody know anything about it? It would be greatly appreciated.

It seems it comes from The Walking Dead, and criticizes the behavior of Carl, a character.

And about the spread… Probably the popularity of the show have helped in the spread of the catchphrase.

Oh wait Maybe here’s the origin!
Also I do know who is in The Walking Dead (No offense or anything)


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