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Elon Musk's "My Bedside Table" Tweet refers to a viral Twitter post by Elon Musk showing a photograph of his bedside table with two guns, the painting Washington Crossing the Delaware, four cans of caffeine-free Diet Coke and a vajra sitting on it. The tweet was posted in late November 2022 and went viral in the hours after it was shared, inspiring memes parodying the post that include photos of a bedside table with absurd things on it alongside the same caption "my bedside table."
On November 28th, 2022, Elon Musk posted a photo of his bedside table to Twitter, writing, "My bedside table" (shown below). The photo shows four empty cans of Diet Coke on the table, a revolver, a flintlock pistol in a case and a Buddhist vajra. The revolver is purportedly a cosplay model of the Diamondback from TF2 or Otar's Revolver from Deus Ex.  The tweet gained over 402,000 likes and 26,000 retweets in roughly six hours, and just 10 minutes after posting, Musk commented under the tweet, "There is no excuse for my lack of coasters."
In the hours after Musk posted the tweet on November 28th, 2022, people began making memes referencing it. The majority of memes see users copy-paste the post text over an image of another bedside table, either their own or one with absurd things on it. For example, roughly two hours after Musk's tweet, Twitter user @andrewhunterm posted a photo of a toy gun under the quote, garnering over 200 likes in under a day (shown below).
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