Is Kevjumba A Heterosexual Bear Wrestler

January 21, 2011 by Post Team 

Is Kevjumba A Heterosexual Bear Wrestler, When your YouTube channel has more than one million subscribers and have about 300,000 fans on Facebook, you can sort of own the Internet for a while.

The above explains why the phrase “Is Kevjumba heterosexual”bears a wrestler” was the most searched on Google about it for a few hours on Thursday evening (January 20). In response to the YouTube video star the most recent former “Amazing Race” contestant, you can see below.

In the video – after he apologizes for a relative lack of new posts and did a bit with his father – Kev (real name: Kevin Wu) says he has noticed if you type “Is Kevjumba” in the Google search bar, auto-complete suggests “Is Kevjumba gay (even if it was only the second suggestion when we tried it:” Is Kevjumba shock “came first).

He wants more projects an image of tough guy, he suggested that the type of fans “Is Kevjumba heterosexual”bears a wrestler” instead. Thus was born a meme.

Even if we were more convinced if there had actually been some fighting in the video bears.
Kevjumba is a wrestler bear heterosexual? This must be one of the combinations of keywords oddest tendency to always go volcanic trends from Google.

Try to find the answer. It may be more difficult than you think. So how did it start? Well, it was a video that started it started. Discover exactly how to watch the video below. It will eventually become apparent once you reach the end of the video.

A bit strange that so many people just like kevjumba request. After all, doing so does not really accomplish something. Or is it? Well, the movie has only a few hundred points of view and to be honest, is not sufficient to generate enough people to search with the term “is a bear wrestler kevjumba heterosexual” to make the search appear in the first instead of Google Trends. And who knows?

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