[EXTREMELY LOUD INCORRECT BUZZER]
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[EXTREMELY LOUD INCORRECT BUZZER] is a catchphrase describing a loud sound effect that plays when a person provides an incorrect answer. Starting in October 2022, the catchphrase gained popularity online as a punchline for poorly-worded and suspect jokes, most often used in combination with the She X on My Y Till I Z phrasal template.
On October 12th, 2022, Twitter user @hunter_hhhh tweeted several attempts to create a She X on My Y Joke from the dish name "beef stroganoff." Each attempts was followed by the words [EXTREMELY LOUD INCORRECT BUZZER], as if @hunter_hhhh was struggling to provide a correct answer on a game show. The tweet (shown below) garnered over 19,200 retweets and 121,000 likes in seven months.
Later on October 12th, Twitter user @TrickstersHole posted a voiced version of the tweet and several replies. The post (shown below) earned over 15,000 retweets and 59,400 likes in seven months.
— Corridor Man (@TrickstersHole) October 12, 2022
The original tweet inspired more She X on My Y Till I Z jokes incorporating the catchphrase as a punchline. For example, on October 18th, 2022, Twitter user @PennMost posted a tweet that received over 3,400 retweets and 23,800 likes in seven months (shown below, left). On February 24th, 2023, Twitter user @mutantmustared used the phrase in a reply to a James Bond Burger meme. The tweet (shown below, right) received over 120 retweets and 3,500 likes in three months.
In 2023, the phrase gained popularity as a punchline and a reply for poorly-worded, suspect and misinformed tweets. For example, on March 15th, Twitter user @uxiedust used the phrase in a tweet that received over 100 retweets and 4,000 likes in two months (shown below, left). On May 4th, 2023, Twitter user @fem2a used the phrase in a quote tweet which received 90 retweets and over 1,300 likes in two weeks (shown below, right).
 Twitter – @hunter_hhhh
 Twitter – @TrickstersHole
 Twitter – @mutantmustard
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