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Here's Everything You Need To Know About The Very NSFW "In Front Of My Salad" Meme

"Are you guys really defending capitalism? Are you serious? Right in front of my salad??"

Posted on August 2, 2017, at 12:53 p.m. ET

A gay porn scene in which two men wearing aprons have sex in a kitchen while a woman sits at the counter eating salad has gone viral after people became quite entertained by the woman's reaction to the whole scenario: "Are you guys fucking? Are you serious?! Right in front of my salad?!"

The scene is great, but it's also a porn scene. So, uh, it's most definitely NSFW. You have been warned:

RIGHT IN FRONT OF MY SALAD is trending now I have hope there's still good in this world

The clip comes from a film called Private Lesson Part 3 and features adult performers Jake Porter and Jaxton Wheeler.

The whole thing was picked up by people on social media over the weekend, with Tumblr and Twitter users reacting to the "right in front of my salad" woman's flustered reaction to two men having sex directly in front of her.

First, it was a reaction pretty much focused on that one iconic line:

And then there were the reactions from people finding out what "right in front of my salad" was from:

I just figured out why "RIGHT IN FRONT OF MY SALAD" is trending and lemme tell you I can't stOP LAUGHING

me: lol why is "Right in front of my salad" trending Curious me: *looks it up* Me when the screen loads:

I was so confused on what RIGHT IN FRONT OF MY SALAD was than I checked....

im just living my life...drinking a san pellegrino...doing a facemask. then "right in front of my salad?"

Then, there was the fan art:

Ana has always been put thru so much

And finally — as with all great memes — "right in front of my salad" was repurposed, synonymous with a half serious, half joking "seriously??"

are you guys really defending capitalism? are you serious?? right in front of my salad

Are you guys really eating dead animals?? Are you serious? Right in front of my salad

Y'all gone be transphobic right in front of my salad?

Porter, one of the stars of the film, told BuzzFeed News everyone is asking for the name of the "in front of my salad" girl.

"I think she's definitely become the breakout and largely unexpected star of the scene," Porter said. "Unfortunately, I don't remember her name. She was an extra, local to the West Hollywood area where we filmed the scene."

Porter has just started with the production company,, and this is only his second piece of work for the company. He said it was "really cool" to be a part of something that has gone so viral.

The best part? The now-famous "in front of my salad" line seems to have been improvised.

"I wouldn't call [the scene] scripted," said Porter. "We had bulletpoints set up for how we kind of wanted her to react."

"We kind of gave her the bones of what we were looking for, but she definitely built the structure of the scene," he said. "We did it multiple takes to get it perfect, but also because we were all laughing."

Perfect indeed...

UPDATE: The woman who utters the famous "right in front of my salad" line has been identified as Hollywood actress Nikki V.

A BuzzFeed News investigation, in partnership with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, based on thousands of documents the government didn't want you to see.