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All Three Are Going To Lie To You, also known as Never Ask A Woman Her Age, refers to an exploitable template based off the phrasal template "Never ask a woman her age, a man his salary, and X," where meme creators insert a new reference in place of the final phrase. The original three-panel meme was shared to Facebook in early 2013 and later became the subject of shitposting on Reddit in early 2019. In early 2022, the exploitable saw a resurgence in usage on both Twitter and Instagram. The template is often used as bait-and-switch media, prompting its viewer to "not" look up or ask the character in the third panel more about their presented fact.
The exploitable is based on a three-panel template that reads, "Never ask a woman her age, a man his salary, and a student his percentage." The earliest known iteration of the meme was illustrated using Rage Comics like Derpina and Bitch Please which are both featured in the template. The earliest-known, accessible posting of it was uploaded by Facebook user Jadoo ki Jhappi on February 20th, 2013, earning 25 likes and 164 shares over the course of nine years (shown below).
On March 4th, 2013, the meme shown above was reposted to the image forum Sinpot by a user named don. On April 10th, 2013, the meme was shared by Facebook page Bindass where it received viral attention, gaining roughly 185,000 likes and 25,000 shares over the course of nine years.
Most likely inspired by the aforementioned, viral repost, on June 5th, 2014, Facebook page Laughing Colours posted an edited version of the original meme, earning roughly 29,000 likes over the course of eight years (shown below, left). A year later, on June 9th, 2015, Facebook page Laughing Colours posted a different iteration of the long-form catchphrase, earning roughly 533,000 likes in seven years (shown below, center). Another year passed until a new iteration was posted on March 25th, 2016, by the Facebook page Be Like Bro, earning roughly 20,000 likes over five years (shown below, right).
On September 17th, 2017, Instagram page adultcharger reposted a version of the meme that would later become the standard template going forward. The post received roughly 5,800 likes over the course of five years (shown below, left). On January 27th, 2018, the Facebook page Chemistry lovers posted a version of the meme that made a joke about chemistry students, earning roughly 3,900 reactions over the course of four years (shown below, center). The Facebook page Gym Memes shared their own version on March 27th, 2018, gaining over 1,200 reactions in four years (shown below, right).
In April 2019, the template began seeing shitpost variations on Reddit. Examples include an April 16th post in /r/GamersRiseUp that gained over 650 points (shown below, left). A post in /r/HistoryMemes about the Armenian genocide gained over 6,300 points (shown below, right).
Going into 2021 and early 2022, the meme saw increased usage on both Twitter and Instagram. For instance, on March 2nd, 2021, Instagram page codmobile.game reposted a meme made by Redditor sanestreak, earning roughly 8,400 likes over the course of one year (shown below, left). On June 27th, 2021, Instagram page the_philosophers_meme_mk24 posted a version that received roughly 11,700 likes over the course of eight months (shown below, center). On February 19th, 2022, Twitter user jacksonbunz posted a version of the template that made a joke about indie musicians being the children of parents whose names are blue on Wikipedia, earning roughly 269,800 likes in four days and popularizing the template once again going into the rest of 2022 (shown below, right).
Don't Google, also known as Do Not Look Up and Don't Google Translate, refers to reverse-psychology posts on Reddit, Instagram, TikTok and other platforms which warn users against googling certain words or word combinations, seeking to arouse their curiosity and bait them into making the search. The format often baits users into googling shock sites and imagery such as 2 Girls 1 Cup, or into googling slurs, sex terms or semantically similar words, such as Dinosaur Which Had 500 Teeth. The meme is related to All Three Are Going to Lie to You in that it baits the reader into finding out more information about why they shouldn't ask the character in the third panel why they did or are doing the thing that is referenced.
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