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Size: 7 inches x 5 inches
Sound: "Never gonna give you up/ Never gonna let you down/ Never gonna run around and desert you/ Never gonna make you cry/ Never gonna say goodbye/ Never gonna tell a lie and hurt you"
Background: At a certain point in each of our lives, our age becomes a sacred number. A number not to spoken, not to be divulged, and even to be thought about. As friends, we must hold on to this secret and protect the sacred number with our lives. If you a real ride or die, you'll withstand terrorist grade torture to stay silent. Word is bond.
In 1987, pop artist Rick Astley released his debut single “Never Gonna Give You Up” on his first album Whenever You Need Somebody. The song became number one throughout the world. In the late 2000s, Rick Rolling became a bait-and-switch practice that involves providing a web link supposedly relevant to the topic at hand, but actually re-directs the viewer to the song.
According to 4chan founder m00t, the “Rickroll” phenomenon began on /v/ (videogame board) circa May 2007, when someone posted a link to Rick Astley’s music video disguised as a sneak preview for the then newly released videogame Grand Theft Auto IV.
True friends are hard to find and even harder to keep. If you wanna keep your reputation as a real friend, keep everyone's age guarded.