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Rainbolt *Click* Nice. I'll Take It refers to a phrasal template used to caption images of professional GeoGuessr player Trevor Rainbolt guessing non-geographical concepts with intense accuracy. The most common image macro shows Rainbolt wearing a blue sweater and focusing on his computer. The phrase is supposed to mimic the sounds of his fast gameplay. The meme format especially trended on Twitter, starting in October 2022. Going into 2023, the snowclone became increasingly exploited as did the image of Rainbolt which was photoshopped in accordance with what he was imagined to be guessing.
On August 10th, 2022, Rainbolt posted a Reel to Instagram  that was a compilation of his "best guesses on Google Maps in one second but the image is black and white, inverted and scrambled," earning roughly 32,900 likes in five months. In the video, he's seen wearing a blue sweater. A screenshot of the video was used by Vice  in an article about Rainbolt published on September 9th, 2022.
On October 13th, 2022, Twitter user funeralpig tweeted the screenshot of Rainbolt, captioning it as if he was guessing online pornography films with great accuracy. Over the course of three months, the tweet received roughly 7,600 likes (shown below).
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On October 14th, 2022, Twitter StevieBlunder__ tweeted the first variant of the format, instead referencing the body parts of female characters in Yu-Gi-Oh! such as "Magi Magi Magician Gal’s collarbone" and "Tearlament Havnis’ thighs." The tweet received over 140 likes in four months (shown below, left). More iterations surfaced in November 2022. For instance, Twitter user pissboymcgee tweeted an iteration on November 4th, 2022, that showed the guessing of Family Guy characters, gaining roughly 30,800 likes in three months (shown below, right). Twitter's pissboymcgee's tweet was then screenshotted and reposted to Instagram, additionally earning viral engagement.
In the months that followed, more iterations surfaced on Twitter which became increasingly meta as time went on. For instance, on December 6th, 2022, Twitter user chowderjulius tweeted a version in which Rainbolt was humorously stumped, gaining roughly 56,500 likes in one month (shown below, left). On January 4th, 2022, Twitter user jakebrodes tweeted a version that made Rainbolt appear fat using a FaceApp filter. The tweet then imagined that Rainbolt was guessing objectively unhealthy foods with great accuracy, gaining roughly 9,700 likes in one day (shown below, right).
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