Reddit and other social media sites like Twitter are increasing the popularity of bowling-related memes, including the bowling pin meme. It all began with a tweet that seemed completely harmless, showcasing thrilling bowling challenges in the upcoming Nintendo Swap Sports game from Nintendo Europe. On the other hand, as we are all well aware, there are no taboo topics on Twitter. On Tuesday, April 5, 2022, two inappropriate GIFs were posted in the comments or responses part of Nintendo Europe’s bowling Swap Sports video. Not only are they sexually suggestive, but they are also obscene GIFs that portray Bowling. These GIFs, updated versions of old cartoons developed by a Blender artist, Wyerframez, could seem familiar to you if you’ve ever bowled.
Meme of the Bowling Ball and Bowling Pin on Twitter
A bowler would get a breakup, strike, spare, or gutter ball, and the screen at the bowling alley would display an animation to celebrate the achievement. Wyerframez is a well-known artist in the pornographic community for his work. A short examination of his Twitter profile reveals that he has previously generated a few fairly explicit GIFs, some of which are also tied to Nintendo. Moreover, some of these GIFs are also humorous. The Blender animator published the first of numerous adult-oriented GIFs depicting Bowling in November of 2021.
These GIFs include Bowling. This second adult bowling GIF was sent by contributor Wyerframez around the time of our most recent April Fools’ Day celebration; it is more accurate than the previous one he provided. The image depicts a bowling ball that seems to be ejaculating over a row of pins to get a strike. A recent bowling cartoon has received over 81.5 thousand likes on Twitter, making it one of the platform’s most popular posts. The fact that Nintendo published a bowling video barely four days following Wyerframez’s remark on Twitter is unexpected. The effort by Nintendo to get revenge on its competitors by concealing one of them in Hidden Replies was a miserable failure.
Clarifications on the Twitter trending meme
To put that into perspective, looking for Hidden Replies on a Twitter post is a piece of cake. If an account was covering a reply, Nintendo made it such that the Hidden Replies image in the bottom right corner of the screen was concealed on purpose. The bowling GIFs created by Wyerframez have received a lot of attention recently. In addition, users of Twitter have blasted out cautions regarding the risks associated with the usage of Hidden Replies.
According to Wyerframez, the idea of being highlighted in a tweet sent by Nintendo was the farthest thing from his imagination, given the type of things he does daily. He was sure many people were surprised by his work, but it was not nearly as engaging or shareable as other people. Everyone can understand Bowling, just as looking blankly at a computer screen is something everyone can connect to.