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Woman Accidentally Becomes Meme Speaking To Guy On Night Out

Claire Reid

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Woman Accidentally Becomes Meme Speaking To Guy On Night Out

Featured Image Credit: Twitter

A woman accidentally became a meme after a bloke started to chat to her on a night out. Watch her explain it all in the clip below:

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Claudia Bellofatto ended up going viral after a video of her incredibly unimpressed face was shared online.

In the clip, Claudia is standing in a bar while a man talks into her ear - and it's fair to say she looks less than thrilled.

Poor Claudia can be seen swinging her beer, rolling her eyes and generally looking bored out of her mind as the man talks to her.

Posting on TikTok Claudia, or @claudiabellofatto as she's known on the platform, shared the original clip alongside numerous tweets it was then used in, alongside the caption: "When you become a meme by accident."

Naturally, Claudia's followers were dying to know what the fella had been saying to her, with one person asking: "Please tell us what he said."

Another wrote: "Can we finally know what he said?"

Credit: Twitter
Credit: Twitter

While a third said: "We must know what this man said. We've been waiting years."

Others had a go at guessing themselves, with one responding: "Was he concerned about your car's extended warranty?"

Another person joked: "He was telling her about his crypto investments."

Unfortunately for those inquisitive minds, Claudia has remained tight-lipped about what was actually said that night in the bar, and says she had 'no idea' she was even being filmed.

Posting on Twitter, she said: "Here we go.

"1. Yes, it's me. In college.

"2. I had no idea that video was being taken. I'm not mean, just dramatic.

"3. It's fun to see people meme this, so the real conversation will remain a secret.

"4. Sorry again, Jake."

Meanwhile, fellow viral sensation Connor Sinclair, better known as the dude from the '10 Guy' meme recently revealed what it was like to become a meme.

He told LADbible: "It was crazy at first. I was getting recognised, mostly on nights out but I do vividly recall someone getting my attention while I was working out in my University gym."

Credit: YouTube/10 Guy Official
Credit: YouTube/10 Guy Official

He added: "It's been 10 years so my mates are all pretty used to it, although in the past they used to delight in telling people - a lot of whom don't believe it at first.

"I did distance myself for a while when I was younger, just because I thought it would disappear eventually and I didn't want it to have an impact on my future career. Clearly it hasn't gone anywhere and I'm keen at this point to make the most of it."

Topics: Viral, TikTok

Claire Reid
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