By now, the hashtag #gravitojacking has already become a trending topic on Twitter.
It started trending around the same time the movie Gravity was released, but it didn’t catch on as quickly as the original Gravity.
That is, until now.
The film has already had an incredible year, including its best weekend of all time.
But it wasn’t until Gravity 3 that the hashtag hit the headlines.
It’s been used more than 300 times since its release in April, according to the data from Twitter.
So far this year, the #gravityjacking has become a meme.
But, like many memes, the whole joke is based on the same idea.
When people hear #glevitojack, they think of it being an insult to gravity, and it’s not.
In fact, it’s a way to say that the gravity of the joke is wrong.
The original #gascityjacking was born when a Reddit user created a gif that showed a black-and-white image of a gravity machine.
He used a word-mark in the image to highlight the word “jacking,” and that’s how #gacityjacked became popular.
This time around, the meme has its origins in the film’s trailer.
In it, a man named Jim Gaffigan shows a clip of himself with a machine that he says “jacks” on.
It then shows the man’s reaction when he gets a ride home: He jumps out of the car and says, “Get me a lift, I need to make sure I’m safe.”
It’s the first time in the movie that Gaffigans name is mentioned.
In the movie, the “jacker” is a giant vacuum cleaner that can lift and “jack” objects.
That’s what Jim Gattigan does in the trailer, and his name has become the meme’s unofficial catchphrase.
So, while #gaccityjacks might seem like a joke, it was really intended to be a way of using the word in a way that wasn’t as literal as #gaffigans.
This meme is also not as literal that #gagacity or #gahacity, though both have their uses.
In both cases, a word is used that’s more of a description than a literal description.
And, the first of these has to do with gravity.
It refers to the gravitational pull of an object on another object, which is what the word jacking means.
So the joke basically says that gravity is a little bit of a joke.
But when you get that same idea, and that same image, and put that in a vacuum cleaner, you get #galtjacking.
The meme has been used by fans on Reddit and other websites to show off their appreciation for the movie.
“If you’ve never seen the movie and you just watch it for the first half hour or so, you’ll see how much fun it is,” one Redditor wrote.
“It has such a great story and character and the ending is just so amazing.
I know I’m not the only one who enjoyed it.”
This is all happening in a time where the world is being bombarded with memes, and they’re all meant to be funny.
“We’re seeing a resurgence in the word-of-mouth generation of memes,” said Mark Koller, CEO of BuzzFeed, a social media marketing company.
“A lot of them are a way for people to show their appreciation to a movie they’re watching, or something they’ve seen a few times, or to show that they really enjoyed it.
It has a great feeling about it, and the fact that it’s based on a real moment is also important to us.”
BuzzFeed and others have even started to incorporate the meme into their advertising campaigns.
They’ve started posting images of their most popular memes in the sidebar of their ads, and some of those have been more subtle than others.
For example, one ad from BuzzFeed says, “#GascityJacking” in a cartoonish font, while another says, “@michaelmccann, your life has changed forever.
We need #Gascitojacks.
BuzzFeed is now trying to incorporate this meme into other ads and content.
They recently launched a video series about #GASCITYJACKING.
That video includes clips of celebrities like Kanye West, John Legend, and others saying “gascit jacking.”
The hashtag has also been used to advertise the #HandsUpInTheWorld movement, which seeks to raise awareness of the epidemic of unarmed black people being killed by police officers.
BuzzFeed says the hashtag is being used in more than 25 million tweets this year.
“That’s a lot of people sharing the same sentiment, even if it’s just in the most benign way,” Koller said.
“This is about bringing people together and trying to create something meaningful.”