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Internet Explorer Looks At Pornhub Commenters And Ironic 9/11 Truther Memes

Jet fuel can't melt dank memes.

Posted on May 6, 2015, at 9:18 a.m. ET

Here's this week's episode! It's about 9/11 jokes and porn. Fun for the whole family, really.

There's a new meme where kids are mocking 9/11 truthers by making fun of their claim "jet fuel can't melt steel beams".

When ur getting head but u remember jet fuel can't melt steel beams

The joke is to juxtapose some silly situation with someone thinking about 9/11 truther thoughts.

It's kind of complicated what this actually means to the kids who are repeating it, so Ryan and Katie try to unpack its meaning.


Here's a weird remix someone made with Obama's voice saying "bush did dank memes":

View this video on YouTube

Julia learned that GPOY doesn't actually mean anything disgusting.

And Katie and Ryan delve into the bizarre community of PornHub commenters who believe that emailing might make them famous.

Our music is by Tanlines, who have an album out on May 19th called Highlights. You can stream it through their conference call (!!!) the same day this episode comes out:

Also, if you missed it. We released a super small bonus segment last week, too!

Subscribe to BuzzFeed’s Internet Explorer podcast on iTunes (or whatever podcast app you use) and get a new episode each Wednesday!

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