Couple Watching a Movie From Bed

Couple Watching a Movie From Bed

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Updated May 04, 2020 at 09:54AM EDT by Y F.

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About

Couple Watching A Movie From Bed, also known as Is This Too Much to Ask For, refers to a viral artwork by South Korean artist 0g_maru in which a couple is lying on a bed and watching a movie from a computer screen. In April 2020, the image gained popularity as an exploitable on Twitter and Facebook, with footage on screen replaced with humorous images, similar to I'll Take This Over an Expensive Night Out Any Day format.

Origin

On March 9th, 2020, South Korean artist 0g_maru posted[1] a three-panel comic of a couple cuddling in bed while watching a movie from a computer screen (shown below). The post received over 11,600 likes in two months.


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Spread

In the following weeks, the images were actively circulated online on Facebook and Twitter; for example, a March 17th repost by Melosos Facebook[2] page received over 6,200 reactions and 3,500 shares. An April 13th, 2020, post by Twitter[3] user @BizcayaGiovanny received over 610 retweets and 1,100 likes.

On April 22nd, 2020, Twitter[4] user @xogeoff posted a "Yeah Boi" meme based on the first panel of the comic, captioning it "is it 2 much to ask for." The post received over 13,700 retweets and 46,300 likes in one week (shown below), with an April 23rd repost[5] by @sandavidcito gaining additional 9,200 retweets and 41,700 likes in the same period.


i geo t @ходеoff is this 2 much to ask for My longent yeah boy ever 28M viwe4 yeare ogo Downiund Rave 1:56 PM · Apr 22, 2020 · Twitter for iPhone

Starting on April 23rd, the first panel of the comic gained popularity as an exploitable, particularly on Twitter and Facebook. For example, on April 23rd Twitter[6] user @brndvx posted a meme that received over 960 retweets and 5,000 likes (shown below, left). On April 24th, Facebook[7] user posted a The Elder Scrolls meme that gained over 1,400 reactions and 140 shares in Nirnposting group (shown below, right).


brandon @brndvx is this too much to ask for JACKBOYS, Pop Smoke, Travis Scott - GATTI (Official Music Video) 31M views-3 months ago Share Download Save $17K 3:05 PM · Apr 23, 2020 · Twitter for iPhone is this 2 much to ask for nposting The Merethic Era EXPLAINED! Aldmeris, Atmora, Nedes, Elves & More - Elder Scrolls. 8SK views 3.5K 32 Share Download Save FudgeMuppet SUBSCRIBED A 878K subscribers

In the following week, the format maintained popularity on Twitter and Facebook, with both video and image edits being posted.

Various Examples


beep boop bop @zoopti is this too much to ask for 12:44 AM Apr 24, 2020 · Twitter for iPhone STATE OF THE SCENE @SOTSPodcast Is this too much to ask for? Epitaph Escape The Fate - Situations 6:11 PM · Apr 25, 2020 · Twitter for Android TODAY'S RECORD: 10-8 *FART* xạC Fart Compilation 33K vies 1 year ago

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영지의 그림일기 @0g-maru

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External References

[1] Instagram – 0g_maru

[2] Facebook – Melosos

[3] Twitter – @VizcayaGiovanny

[4] Twitter – @xogeoff

[5] Twitter – @sandavidcito

[6] Twitter – @brndvx

[7] Facebook – Nirnposting

Recent Videos 3 total

Recent Images 18 total


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