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  • "This is insane," the now Internet-famous Chris Spurlock told me Friday evening, hours after his resume went viral on Twitter and Facebook, after it appeared in a blog post on HuffPost College.

    Craig Kanalley: How to Make Your Resume Stand Out: 5 Tips From Chris Spurlock

  • I was really looking forward to the Summoner, since I put a lot of work into playing a good summoner in 3. 5e, the Internet-famous Valgrim the Malconvoker!

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  • Royalty's first full-length disc, "Mirrors," comes out Tuesday, but the Washington, D.C.-based group is already Internet-famous.

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  • Not being actually famous, or even particularly Internet-famous, I briefly considered buying friends.

    Me And My 39,000 Friends

  • Her first signee is 12-year-old Greyson Chance, the recent YouTube phenom who became Internet-famous for his cover of Lady Gaga's "Paparazzi."

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  • Half the people I knew were doing it, and a few of them were becoming Internet-famous. News

  • "This is insane," the now Internet-famous Chris Spurlock told me Friday evening.

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  • Peralta, in case you've missed Eamonn Brennan's epic ESPN thread on the subject, became Internet-famous this week after writing a letter to the editor about the "Idol Worship" of Fredette -- a letter that included the line, "I'm not blaming Jimmer for all this; was it Nephi's fault in the Book of Mormon when his brothers worshiped him?"

  • "Crystal Castles" contains both musical personalities and alternates between them, reminding us why the band became Internet-famous in the first place.

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  • But Candy Crowley is a distinguished political commentator, not an actress or Internet-famous mom or lady lifestyle guru!



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  • Internet-famous, adj.

    Neil Freeman, 14 September 2015:

    The crowd around the entrance to the new 34th-Hudson Yards includes an Internet-famous dog cutting a ribbon with novelty scissors.

    October 2, 2015