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"I came with the force of a thousand suns" is a funny catchphrase stemming from the fan translation of a pornographic manga that became popular as the "X with the force of a thousand suns" snowclone illustrating hyperbolic statements and marking an emphasis on a token action, in a way similar to how Over 9000 became a replacement for "bucketload of".
The line comes from the pornographic manga Taking Shelter from the Rain by hentai and lolicon mangaka Boku, first released in 2008. An English translation of the manga was further made and spread across the western web, revealing a funny way of expressing male orgasm:
This unusual line caused its sensation as early as February 2009 on the 4chan's /a/ board. Through out the rest of 2009 and onward, the catchphrase became a recurring theme on 4chan, especially when someone's got the I came reaction towards a picture.
As it grew in popularity, the catchphrase would be turned into a snowclone as an hyperbole and, the same way Oh god how did this get here I am not good with computer did, it found its way into forum threads' titles and comments, brewing a wide variety of situations in which one either wants to rage, smash something or do pretty much anything.
It can even reach for the most unusual of places by being reused in a Dead Spin article:
Craig James for Senate has taken off with the force of a thousand suns. Texans, and people from all over the world, have donated literally tens of dollars to the James Train. Can anything stop this force of nature, besides unfounded but stubborn allegations from his past about dead prostitutes found in Dallas ditches 20 years ago?
Is it physically possible?
It was made by an anonymous user in order to demonstrate a precise speed of spurt coming from a source of energy as powerful as "1000 suns".
An update was then provided on January 28th 2012 by Hugh Bongershaw from thecolorless.net website, taking into account the laws of physics concerning relativity and fixing the calculations.
Dwight's line in The Office
In episode 13th, titled Jury Duty, of the 8th season from tv series The Office that was first aired on February 2nd 2012, Dwight can be seen uttering a peculiar line:
I kissed you with the force of a thousand waterfalls
It's not clear if the directors were partly inspired by the meme concerning that line of dialogue.
 Wicked Fire.com – Get Ready To Rage With The Force Of A Thousand Suns
 Thecolorless.net (via Wayback Machine) – The physics behind coming with the force of a thousand suns / 1-28-2012
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