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Lana Del Rey Album Titles refers to a series of parody memes where YouTube video titles and thumbnails, often from Trisha Paytas videos, are posted alongside the caption "Lana Del Rey album titles," suggesting the titles could be names of Lana Del Rey albums. Del Rey's albums are known to have long titles like "Chemtrails over the Country Club" and "Did You Know That There's a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd." The trend began on Twitter in early December 2022 and increased in popularity over the course of the month.
On December 6th, 2022, Twitter user @LanaGallery posted a screenshot of the title and thumbnail for a Trisha Paytas YouTube video titled "buttered noodles on the veranda," writing, "lana del rey album titles:" as the caption. The post garnered over 109,000 likes and 11,000 retweets in 10 days (shown below).
On December 7th, 2022, Twitter user @bklynb4by posted a screenshot of the title and thumbnail for Trisha Paytas' YouTube video titled, "watering the grapes in my vineyard" under the same caption, garnering over 152,000 likes and 13,000 retweets in nine days (shown below). That day, it was reposted to Instagram page joan.of.arca, garnering over 30,000 likes in the same span of time and to the Facebook page The Fab Teacher, where it received over 9,300 reactions and 3,500 shares.
The trend continued over the following days as Twitter users applied more Trisha Paytas videos to the format, along with videos by other creators. On December 7th, Twitter user @3hollor posted a screenshot of a TikTok video captioned, "black amish girl tries pizza in gay neighborhood" under the caption, garnering over 84,000 likes in nine days (shown below, left). On December 10th, Twitter user @bklynb4by posted another version of the meme using the Trisha Paytas YouTube video "eating a greasy kfc bucket by myself in my rolls royce in the parking lot," garnering over 108,000 likes in six days (shown below, right).
On December 16th, Trisha Paytas posted several of the memes to the account @trishapaytasbackup on Instagram, writing, "Ok but ‘buttered noodles on the veranda’ would be such a slay 🎶," garnering over 34,000 likes in under a day.
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