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About 10 Gigs Worth refers to an exploitable image macro and phrasal template using a Law & Order screencap and quote. In the meme, the character Elliot Stabler says the line "about 10 gigs worth of women's butts" in reference to a confiscated BlackBerry flip phone. The meme was first used on Tumblr in 2013, where meme creators altered the text and the phone screen for humorous effect.
The screencap used in the meme comes from an episode of Law & Order: SVU, when Christopher Meloni's character Elliot Stabler says, "About 10 gigs worth of women's butts," in reference to a Blackberry flip phone confiscated in an investigation. The clip was uploaded to YouTube on August 16th, 2014, by the channel Hey, where over the course of eight years, it received roughly 97,800 views (shown below).
The screencap was first used online on Tumblr, posted by the Tumblr blog shittyinternet on September 3rd, 2013. Their post (shown below) received roughly 182,600 notes over the course of nine years.
On October 9th, 2013, a different set of screencaps from the episode were posted to /r/funny where they received eight upvotes over eight years (shown below, left). The Tumblr blog ars-subillitor posted a note in response to shittyinternet's post that was uploaded to the Know Your Meme database by user Parcel on March 3rd, 2014. Over the course of seven years, the meme received 58 likes on the site (shown below, right).
In 2015, the screencap was exploited on Tumblr by the blog maniacal-artifice-module who replaced the female butt on the BlackBerry screen to be an image of Pepe the Frog. Even though the original link has been lost, it was posted to Twitter on April 14th, 2015, by an unknown user (shown below, left). It was also uploaded to the KYM database on June 8th, 2015, where it received five likes in six years (shown below, right).
The meme picked up again in usage in January 2022 after Twitter user ChrisCaesar posted a version of the screencap on January 27th that received roughly 47,900 likes in one week (shown below).
Twitter user SweatieAngle posted an exploited version of the screenshot on January 28th, 2022, earning over 280 likes in four days (shown below, left). The template was also used on Instagram in early 2022. For instance, Instagram page quirkedup_paulyshawty posted a meme on January 30th that received over 400 likes in three days (shown below, right).
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