Mesothelioma Ad Copypasta:
Mesothelioma ad Copypasta refers to a mesothelioma commercial transcript from a personal injury lawyer’s advertisement. Which is often used as a non-inferential marker in various online macros for people with asbestos-related cancer.
On August 29, 2008, the YouTuber Injury Association uploaded a commercial to Danziger & Dellano. A lawyer in Houston, Texas, to remind viewers that they were qualified for financial compensation. If they were diagnosed with mesothelioma.
“If you or someone you love is diagnosed with mesothelioma, you may be eligible for financial compensation. Mesothelioma is rare cancer associated with asbestos exposure. In navy, shipyards, factories, heating, construction Contact with asbestos in the automotive industry can put you at risk.
On May 16, 2012, Redditor caraeeezy submitted a post. Asking if anyone else saw the word “mesothelioma” after watching a mesothelioma cummercial ad on TV.
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Mesothelioma litigation” if they intercept our TV signals on /r/showthts. On June 25, 2016, Twitter user @cool_as_heck sent a distorted photo of a person calling a mesothelioma copypasta title.
July 24th, /r/mesotheliomalawyers subreddit was created. On August 26th, 2016, Redditor soulnatsu submitted the business transcript to /r/copypasta subreddit. On October 25th, Redditor LiceCurryToss submitted an image macro of a smiling baby.
Which was held by a woman and changed the mesothelioma copypasta title to /r/dark_meme. On November 1st, Redditor xLeperMessiahx re-released the image macro to /r/me_irl. Which received more than 32,800 votes (87% of votes) and 270 comments.
On November 2nd, Redditor M4_doop released a cartoon. In which a student handed over a note with a mesothelioma copypasta to /r/me_irl.
4th November, the emoji variant of copypasta was released on /r/emojipasta. On December 29th, the original copypasta was re-released on /r/copypasta. On January 4th, Tumblr user idiotdad submitted a Hollywood label with a mesothelioma advertisement copypasta. In 48 hours, the post received more than 8,600 notes.
On January 5, 2017, Redditor Lucretios submitted a post asking about the source of the /r/OutOfTheLoop memetic. Redditor POGtastic responded that mesothelioma ads are almost “no” on American TV due to the profitability of asbestos litigation.