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“The colleague who bites your girlfriend’s ribs at work”: this is the origin of the viral meme

(Photo: screenshot/ Twitter)

On the internet, literally any song, photograph, movie scene or meme can become viral. This type of content that is shared massively tends to be enriched with the participation of thousands of Internet users. In recent days, social networks like Twitter and Facebook have been filled with jokes and even debates about “The guy who bites your girlfriend’s ribs at work.”

(Photo: Twitter/screenshot)
(Photo: Twitter/screenshot)

The person who made the original publication was the Facebook user David Muñoz Hernández, in his profile he wrote “Just to remind you that at your girlfriend’s work a guy comes up from behind and bites her ribs and she says ‘noooo’ and laughs.”

This was the original publication that unleashed all the memes, ridicule and ironies (Photo: Facebook/david.m.hdz)
This was the original publication that unleashed all the memes, ridicule and ironies (Photo: Facebook/david.m.hdz)

This phrase from August 28 gave rise to hundreds of memes, as it referred to a particular situation: a man wants a co-worker or simply gets along very well with her, so they constantly play.

(Photo: Twitter/screenshot)
(Photo: Twitter/screenshot)

But the idea of ​​this meme is that the simple fact of imagine those actions arouses jealousy, insecurities and even fights on the part of the boyfriend of the hypothetical girl, since They do not share the work space.

(Photo: Twitter/screenshot)
(Photo: Twitter/screenshot)

The status about “chopping ribs at work” has more than 3 thousand likes and it has been shared more than 20 thousand times, but through screenshots it has been replicated in many more profiles and meme accounts.

(Photo: Twitter/screenshot)
(Photo: Twitter/screenshot)

In some of them, there were those who tried to open a conversation on topics such as emotional responsibility, establishing limits with a partner, infidelity, whether it is “acceptable” or not to reciprocate this type of attention and, of course, jealousy.

(Photo: Twitter/screenshot)
(Photo: Twitter/screenshot)

Immediately, many people identified with the situation and “revealed” all kinds of work flirting techniques, including come up from behind, cover the person’s eyes and ask “Who am I?”or the fact that women compare the size of their hand with that of the man they are attracted to, this with the main objective of have an excuse to touch the partner in questionbut some comments explained that it would also be to get an idea of ​​the size of his member.

(Photo: Twitter/screenshot)
(Photo: Twitter/screenshot)

The phrase made some Internet users remember the character Jim Halpert of the US version of officeas you may remember, in the series this paper sales agent is in love with Pam Beasleythe receptionist of Dunder Mifflin. This charismatic young man faces a great dilemma: his partner is engaged to Roy, a warehouseman, but even so she shows a clear interest in him, that is why some tweeters named him “The king of chopping his partner’s ribs.”

(Photo: Twitter/screenshot)
(Photo: Twitter/screenshot)

On the other hand, there were those who ridiculed the people who said they were alluded to by the situation, since a game or joke between work colleagues could be harmless for the relationship of the person in question, as long as the limits of the courtship are well established.

(Photo: Twitter/screenshot)
(Photo: Twitter/screenshot)

“Hey, seriously… are you genuinely jealous that someone bites your partner’s ribs? because if the answer is yes; I don’t even want to imagine when I tell you that your partner has the right to hug, laugh, chatter, talk, love and even love whoever he wants”, was one of the voices that jumped to point out a probable situation of possessive affection.

(Photo: Twitter/screenshot)
(Photo: Twitter/screenshot)

A few days ago, the tiktoker Paco de Miguel published a small video ironic about a similar situation, but from the point of view of the clientele.

@pacodemiguel

Hahahahaha they think that one does not realize that they are flirting #comedy #for you

♬ original sound – Paco De Miguel

“Employee ‘discreetly’ flirting with her partner,” the content creator wrote. In the recording he recreated the type of treatment that two workers have who apparently like each other.

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