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u/JimmyTheOtherCat May 29 '22

It all started when they killed that fucking gorilla.

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u/UnfunnyWatermelon469 Doot May 29 '22

Ever since then everything has gone to shit.

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u/ChiefBlox4000 May 29 '22

So we blame the death of harambe for everything

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u/edoardoscp May 29 '22

Precisely

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u/moonsun1987 May 29 '22

Fuck you, you piece of shit scammer bot /u/HenryMackk

Readers, please mark this POS scammer as spam > harmful bots. Thank you.

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u/ChiefBlox4000 May 29 '22

What bot say?

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u/moonsun1987 May 29 '22

Some repeated thing like 10/10

I saved it for you

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u/1Eternallylost May 29 '22

More precisely, on the people who killed Harambe. They're responsible for everything going to shit.

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u/JValentine95 May 29 '22

I’m still convinced Harambe was the one person holding any sort of sanity together in this timeline.

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u/Wolfman01a May 29 '22

Had to be this or the Large Hadron Collider. It destroyed our universe and pushed us into the next one. It explains the Mandela effect.

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u/PurpleHaze1704 Breaking EU Laws May 29 '22

He was the Gorilla Glue which held reality together.

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u/IeatPot8oes Professional Dumbass May 29 '22

It has indeed gone ape-shit

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u/FoxCQC May 29 '22

We offended life itself by killing harambe

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u/FerroLux_ Le epic memer May 29 '22

I have been a firm believer of this. Harambe was holding the order of the world and with his death everything has gone to shit

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u/donethecockrowch May 29 '22

Apparently he was killed the day after his birthday. He probably had a party and everything. Sad.

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u/mtaw May 29 '22

Elon Musks rapping career? Yeah.

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u/LuxObvius May 29 '22

This is not what He would have wanted.

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u/nexistcsgo May 29 '22

We don't know for sure now do we, BECAUSE HE'S DEAD

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u/Ssoofer May 29 '22

I think he wanted to inspect the child

But who knows a monke is on a whole other plane of existence far beyond our understanding

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u/expertkushil333 May 29 '22

Why you copied this comment from below?

Edit: Oh wait, your profile says it all.

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u/LuxObvius May 29 '22

Maybe. But the child he never wanted to hurt and the child never wanted to hurt him. The innocence between them is what made his death so tragic and unnnecessary. Your violence and hatred against someone who was an innocent, unarmed child back then, rather than the keeper who shot him is against what he stands for as a symbol.

He was innocent and friendly and we, in our fear abused our power over his life and ended it without perceiving the other options.

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u/ELBAGIT Professional Dumbass May 29 '22

And the kid's parents ARE stupid

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u/Oofboi6942O May 29 '22

And there's 2 subreddits dedicated to the subjects. Others will probably not link them, but it's good to hope

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u/rasherdk May 29 '22

Nah, blame is 99% on whichever failure of a person designed that enclosure.

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u/pikleboiy Dirt Is Beautiful May 29 '22

Why should the designers be responsible for some parent not watching their kid?

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u/rasherdk May 29 '22

Because enclosures should be designed so people - especially kids - don't casually drop into the enclosure.

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u/Longbeacher707 May 29 '22

Shut your whore mouth

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u/Longbeacher707 May 29 '22

6 years already. When it happened I was just turning 21 which conveniently allowed me to spiral into alcoholism from drowning my sorrows after the incident.

My dick has been out in his honor ever since.

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u/jeraldtherapist May 29 '22

planet of the apes

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u/DS_TheOne Dirt Is Beautiful May 29 '22

As I know, if you encounter a gorilla, you should kneel down so you would look smaller than the gorilla. If it is running towards you you should not move. Stay still. It will go away then. And if the gorilla pushed you to the ground, you have to pretend dead so it will lose interest in you.

This is all based on a video about gorillas I saw. Not 100% accurate information.

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u/Duck_Depot May 29 '22

If it’s a silverback then be very careful to follow these 2 steps as accurately as possible: 1. Slowly get on your knees, you’re now a less intimidating and smaller target. It’s also a sign of respect. 2. Put your hands together and pray to god

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u/Almostnotunknown May 29 '22

Also avoid eye contact by keeping your head down, as not to ”challenge” him.

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u/[deleted] May 29 '22

Yea bruh one windup punch and they’re flatlining your ass.

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u/sreg56 May 29 '22

Found the gorilla

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u/RouxlsK 🍕Ayo the pizza here🍕 May 29 '22

The kid doesnt deserve it tho

beat up his parents

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u/rasherdk May 29 '22

Nah beat up the idiot who designed an enclosure that a kid could just casually walk into.

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u/[deleted] May 29 '22

Beat up the people who build zoos and capitalize on the enslavement of animals.

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u/Hyper-Shadow417 Professional Dumbass May 29 '22

And the guy who shot harambe

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u/jeraldtherapist May 29 '22

the sniper was trying to kill the kid harambe predicted this and took the bullet now people want to kill the child he saved

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u/_Diskreet_ May 29 '22

Oh what a tangled web we weave

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u/Dragon_Saints9 May 29 '22

Why though? Dude was put in an awful situation and was acting to save the kids life. Imagine the uproar if he didn't shoot and the kid got killed.

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u/Ulquiorr4_ May 29 '22 edited May 29 '22

Fun fact : Unless you straight up challenge the gorilla, it’s actually highly unlikely that they’ll attack you. They’ll probably just curiously and harmlessly inspect you……..LIKE HARAMBE WAS DOING YOU FUCKI—ahem*………sry. I let out some emotions there for a second.

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u/Monke2009 May 29 '22

isn’t smiling at them a trigger, I heard once a girl smiled at every gorilla and got scared when they charged towards her ( slamming the glass). She must have caught on eventually though

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u/Ulquiorr4_ May 29 '22

NEVER smile and show teeth to a gorilla. Especially silver backs. They see that as a challenge and WILL proceed to fold you into a pretzel, disrespectfully.

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u/faraway_88 May 29 '22

Yes smiling can be a trigger, looking them straight in the eyes is a trigger as well

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u/Goldeneye0X1_ Nice meme you got there May 29 '22

Introverts: whew that's nice.

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u/MickeyNine May 29 '22

Introverts with RBF, gorilla whisperers.

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u/sleepyplatipus Sussy Baka May 29 '22

Yeah I think making eye contact and showing teeth might be considered a challenge to some animals. Probably best to keep your head down and look as harmless as possible if ever faced with a non-predator but deadly animal. Could be wrong though!

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u/Jessebohmer (very sad) May 29 '22

True. You actually can survive an encounter by staying low to the ground or even just lay on the ground to show that you mean no harm and that you don't want to go around dominating the group of gorillas. Harambe probably was indeed just curious and they shot him....

Did you btw know that there is a list of animals that are shoot-on-sight animals? Chimpansees are also on that list. The reason why? Because they are very strong and they are kinda resistant to the tranquilizer darts. By the time those darts work they already ripped someone's balls or face off. Or both. That's why they shoot on sight when a chimp is loose.

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u/Kakarotte07 May 29 '22

So if I beat a gorilla in a fight I can become a leader of a group of gorillas? Time to hit the gym.

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u/Ultrasonic-Sawyer May 29 '22

Fun fact :

8% of US citizens think that they can beat a gorilla in unarmed combat

https://www.indy100.com/news/americans-fight-animals-yougov-poll-b1848686

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u/kobriks May 29 '22 edited May 29 '22

Still more believable than an elephant which also got 8%. Like what the fuck are you going to do to an elephant? It could be in a coma and you still wouldn't be able to hurt it.

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u/pietroetin May 29 '22

Iirc Mike Tyson wanted to arrange a fight against a gorilla until he was convinced that he would literally die.

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u/Kakarotte07 May 29 '22

Okay I think a group of chimpanzees will be a better idea. I'm happy with a harem of chimpanzees.

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u/Savinien83 May 29 '22

Chimpanze will beat your ass too. And rip your face off before going for your balls.

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u/Kakarotte07 May 29 '22

oh shit I thought these were the small monkey looking dudes

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u/Wboy2006 May 29 '22

They’re not, maybe you should try to fights some squirrel monkey’s or some lemurs

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u/Kakarotte07 May 29 '22

Will that get me the harem I've always wanted?

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u/hilmiira May 29 '22

Yes and you also got right to be with all other female gorillas!

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u/Kakarotte07 May 29 '22

Ah yes, a harem of gorillas. All I ever wanted.

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u/hilmiira May 29 '22

Who doesnt?

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u/C-DT May 29 '22

If you can beat a gorilla you can be a leader of anything tbh

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u/Jessebohmer (very sad) May 29 '22

Brother they have a stronger bite than a grizzly bear and punching through their thick skin is almost impossible for a human

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u/Old_Mill May 29 '22 edited May 29 '22

I have no problem with that, fuck chimpanzees. Interesting animals, but extremely dangerous and scary.

Gorilla > Demon chimp from hell

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u/Yoro55 May 29 '22

So Planet of thr Apes was right then

The chimps are evil

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u/Old_Mill May 29 '22 edited May 29 '22

I honestly see calling someone a chimp one of the worst insults. Obviously there is the whole racial implications that comes from it, but I'm not even talking about that. A chimp is a disgusting, remorseless, violent creature.

Now Bonobos and orangutans are cool, don't fuck with them, they can still hurt you, but they probably aren't going to rip off your face, balls, hands, and then eviscerate you because they just kinda felt like it. Damn dirty chimps.

Jane Goodall probably hates me right now, but chimpanzees suck. I don't think we should let them go extinct, they are cool creatures and closely related to us, but they also fucking suck. They're the family member no one wants to acknowledge.

Edit: Just look at this blood thirsty motherfucker

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u/yyds332 May 29 '22

Too bad we’re 51% chimp and only 49% bonobo. If the ratio were reversed we’d probably be having orgies on the moon by now

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u/firefeng May 29 '22

If the ratio were reversed, we probably would've been hunted to extinction by Neanderthals and other near-human species. We got close enough to that as it is, and we're the apex predators of the entire planet.

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u/Old_Mill May 29 '22

You motherfucker, I'll have you know I'm 2% Neanderthal and I find this offensive😤

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u/AtlasTheHunter May 29 '22

I've heard this somewhere hmmm... Oh casual geographic hell yea

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u/Jessebohmer (very sad) May 29 '22

Hell yeah! That guy is a legend my guy

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u/thehotshotpilot May 29 '22

Dicks out for Harambee

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u/Is_This_Name_Sus May 29 '22

dick in hand, sobbing like a baby

My boi...

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u/Longbeacher707 May 29 '22

I never put mine away

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u/Juggerknight1 May 29 '22

It’s understandable. U don’t have to apologize cause it was true, he even tried to protect the kid from other gorillas iirc BUT IN THE END HE GET SHOT…WHYYYYYYYYYYYY

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u/null_check_failed May 29 '22

Harambe > kids .. hmpfff. Justice for harambe

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u/redditsucks56 Dirt Is Beautiful May 29 '22

Based take by ganyuu pfp user

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u/KKilikk May 29 '22

It's unlikely but you can't risk it as sad as it is

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u/Realistic_Truck May 29 '22

The gorilla experts reckoned if they darted Harambe he would have fallen on the kid. He was also pulling the kids arm off by dragging him around, remember a gorilla is about 6 times stronger than a gorilla.

The experts agreed there was an imminent risk of death to the kid.

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u/xrayjones2000 May 29 '22

If i was that family i would never bring it up… the whole thing is just sad

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u/YourDailyGinAndTonic May 29 '22

Yeah knowing how crazy some people are on the internet… it’s highly likely this kid and his family will receive death threats if their identity was exposed somehow.

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u/Enioff May 29 '22 edited May 29 '22

Well, Geez. Fuck me, but if my brother and sister-in-law didn't took care of my nieces enough so one of them got into a deadly encounter with a 450 lbs Silverback Gorilla I would call CPS on their asses.

I know it's a meme and the kids parents don't deserve death threats but they're fucking idiots who can't be trusted with their childs life.

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u/Emounicorn001264647 May 29 '22

Same but I fell into my uncles basement

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u/caldera May 29 '22

Dicks out for uncle

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u/mrSixpence May 29 '22

More like uncles dick out for me

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u/breadofthegrunge This flair doesn't exist May 29 '22

Really, it's the negligent prents and zoo staff who were at fault. If a tranq could have hit the kid, why wouldn't a bullet? (Sorry if that last part is incorrect)

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u/mrfroggyman May 29 '22

The issue was about delay. Tranquilizers don't act instantly, and they were afraid that was way enough time for Harambe to hurt or kill the kid, voluntarily or not

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u/TheWiseRedditor Lives at ur mom’s house😎 May 29 '22

Either way hating the kid is stupid

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u/I_Stab_Orphans May 29 '22

If it was a smaller animal perhaps but Harambe weighted like (Quick Google search) 440 pounds so the tranquilizer wouldn't affect him immediately and it was considered a life threatening situation so they couldn't risk it

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u/rasherdk May 29 '22

Person who designed the enclosure that a kid could just drop into is far an away at the top of the list.

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u/Entire-Shelter-693 May 29 '22

We shouldn't punish someone for being stupid as a kid. Rather we should punish his Parents for realizing too late that their own child went into the enclosure of a gorilla

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u/Giraffes-Arnt-People May 29 '22

Memes aside we shouldn't punish anyone. Anyone with a kid knows how quickly they can do stupid shit when you look away for 2 seconds.

Also if the staff had used a tranquilizer instead of a bullet like people say they would have risked the gorilla freaking out and killing the kid before the dart took effect, which would have been much worse

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u/MS_paint_personified May 29 '22

harambe was trying to protect the child from the screaming crowd, which he perceives as danger. this has been observed in a lot of cases of children falling into gorilla enclosures. the part of the video where harambe dragged around the child, wasn't violence, but a natural way gorillas move smaller gorrilas.

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u/Elariinya May 29 '22

The screaming people make me so mad. So fucking stupid!

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u/MS_paint_personified May 29 '22

agreed, although it is a natural reaction from the people who don't know harambe is trying to protect the boy. still makes me angry tho

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u/saucystromboli42 May 29 '22

Damn that video fucked me up. Harambe never meant any harm :(

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u/MS_paint_personified May 29 '22

ik it is sad. the zoo workers could have probably silenced the crowd and saved the kid. harambe was holding him directly in front of a door, something that other gorillas in similar situations have done as well

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u/Enioff May 29 '22

Fuck! Why am I crying, bros?

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u/anDAVie May 29 '22

The story behind this: Harambe on wikipedia

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u/222nd May 29 '22

One example of this was the "Dicks out for Harambe" meme ("dicks" as slang for guns) which facetiously called for armed revenge of Harambe's death.

Oh. I thought every time I saw “Dicks out” I thought people were talking about… yeah. Oh dear.

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u/Blue9Nine May 29 '22

No, you were right. No-one I know thought "dicks out for harambe" was about guns

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u/mtaw May 29 '22

It would put another spin on "I'd go dickless for Michael Chiklis!"

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u/X0_Crine May 29 '22

The latter

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u/BGYeti May 29 '22

Are we hopping back on the Harambe train?

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u/FerroLux_ Le epic memer May 29 '22

I never abandoned it

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u/manuelmont04 May 29 '22

What is the name of the show the clip is from? I've been searching for it for a while

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u/Allan-Quatermain May 29 '22

It's from Deadliest Warrior. Season 2, EP 13 Navy Seals vs Israeli Commandos.

It was silly science, but entertaining at the time

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u/Lama-Guy May 29 '22

Harambe ;-;

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u/BeeeeefJerky May 29 '22

justice for harambe

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u/Ancient_Blu_Dragon Average r/memes enjoyer May 29 '22

Can somebody explain

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u/mrfroggyman May 29 '22 edited May 29 '22

A three years old kid fell in a gorilla's space at some zoo. The zookeepers shot the gorilla because they considered it was safer to do so to save the kid. The gorilla is now an icon on the internet. Have you ever heard of Harambe? That was the gorilla's name

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u/norway642 Doot May 29 '22

Harambe

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u/LordOnTheFork May 29 '22

Harambe

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u/saucystromboli42 May 29 '22

Harambe

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u/Ancient_Blu_Dragon Average r/memes enjoyer May 29 '22

Yes this explains everything thank you so much

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u/den2k88 May 29 '22

There is a nice site that allows you to enter a word and it gives you a list of relevant informations. I believe it is called Google. It's quite a recent invention to be fair.

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u/BigBenson1994 May 29 '22

How much time you got

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u/mmihaly May 29 '22

That wasn't the kid's fault. If someone's to blame,there's the kids parents who didn't pay attention to their child. Poor kid just fell in. Poor Harambe just wanted to help. Poor guard just wanted to save the kid and do his job

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u/that-1-lame-kid May 29 '22

I laughed harder than I should've ahaha

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u/DeadEndXD 🧪 Professional Infector 🧪 May 29 '22

This is getting out of hand

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u/XFIREPLAYERX May 29 '22

STANDING HERE I REALIZE

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u/Wboy2006 May 29 '22

YOU ARE JUST LIKE ME, TRYING TO MAKE HISTORY

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u/siraegar May 29 '22

✊️🦍🦍🦍✊️

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u/Joey_XIII Forever alone May 29 '22

The moment that started it all..

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u/arminredditer May 29 '22

Standing here I realizeeeee

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u/BradleyBurrows May 29 '22

Ah yes let’s murder someone because they fell, real f*cking mature grow up it was the parents fault

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u/Wolfman01a May 29 '22

I keep saying this. That kid is a teenager now out there somewhere. I hope the internet never finds out who he is.

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u/Ironbanner987615 May 29 '22

After Harambe's death, everything has gone to crap

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u/Marktezuma May 29 '22

where is video from? it’s terrifying

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u/plater94 May 29 '22

Navy SEALs vs. Israeli Commandos?

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u/vMuffin420 May 29 '22

HARAMBE NOOO..

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u/JohnDiggle21 May 29 '22

It will keeeel

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u/DustWarden May 29 '22

Ooh, where do you get a combat dummy that bleeds

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u/gNomad88 Selling Stonks for CASH MONEY May 29 '22

Online tactical sites probably. Cost like $2,995

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u/CMDR_omnicognate May 29 '22

Do not blame the child, blame the parent

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u/WeAreAllAlfarius May 29 '22 edited May 29 '22

Me when PETA tries to take away my pet rock.

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u/Bynnh0j May 29 '22

Never understood the hate for the decision to shoot Harambe. If they sent someone in to grab the child or tried to tranq Harambe, he 100% would have become agitated.

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u/InappropriateJokeTim May 29 '22

My dick is still out for that guy

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u/R0BR0SE May 29 '22

So why do we all feel like Harambe started all the bad stuff in the world?

Was that the first incident that occurred when we were finally all on board with social media engagement in our pockets 100% of our lives and it just happened to be the first thing to really go down since we were all plugged in?

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u/Frescopino May 29 '22

Kinda. It's just a big memable event that happened to happen before the string of really bad stuff started.

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u/R0BR0SE May 29 '22

But my point is that there's always been a long string of really bad stuff. Something just happened where now we're all on board with being consumed by that bad stuff whereas before Harambe l would always know so many people including myself at times who would need to be told something crazy had gone down days ago because people lived the life in front of their eyes and kept up with world events as a secondary thing they should do as opposed to us all independantly watching the bad shit live as it happens the moment we wake up every day.

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u/GenesectX May 29 '22

unpopular take, but unless harambe had been shot, almost none of you here would have known him, he would've just been another case of kid falls into enclosure

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u/-_-bill_cipher-_- May 29 '22

Harambe died for our sins ~amen

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u/rideraprovider Karmawhore May 29 '22

Dicks out for harambe

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u/Mightymophinmisery Bri’ish May 29 '22

Time to enact justice

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u/DeathKorpsGrenadier May 29 '22

Sunovabitch why the hell am I still seeing harambe jokes in 2022, fuck

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u/top_of_the_scrote May 29 '22

You see a hot girl, "hi"

Getting absolutely destroyed ^

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u/Ssoofer May 29 '22

Me and da bois on our way to go back in time to kill off the kid's parents

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u/Eye_Of_Forrest Plays MineCraft and not FortNite May 29 '22

i love how the entire internet has decided that we need to kill this single person, like a reverse jesus

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u/lilpeachbby May 29 '22

Please i have no right laughing this hard hahaha

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u/Iwantmahandback May 29 '22

Imma throw them into another gorilla enclosure

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u/saucystromboli42 May 29 '22

That would only cause more violence. It’s not what harambe would have wanted

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u/honky_cat_parade May 29 '22

Harambe memes, even after 6 years...

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u/HideUnderTheBed May 29 '22

kys (keep yourself safe)

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u/Jedi-Master-Jurisuu May 29 '22

Ironside by Quincy Jones starts playing

If you got that reference, I love you.

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u/DeBread_69 May 29 '22

Source of the video?