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Delta's 'Internetest safety video' packed with memes

The Delta video includes cameos from the double rainbow guy, nyan cat, the "Charlie bit my finger" brothers, the overly attached girlfriend, the dramatic chipmunk and the infamous dancing baby.

By Ben Hooper

ATLANTA, May 21 (UPI) -- Delta Air Lines released a new in-flight safety video "starring the Internet," including keyboard cat, the overly attached girlfriend and the screaming goat.

The Atlanta-based Delta, which has previously drawn attention for its entertaining inflight safety videos, posted "The Internetest safety video on the Internet," which features more than 22 nods to famous and infamous Internet memes, including cameos from the double rainbow guy, nyan cat, the "Charlie bit my finger" brothers, the overly attached girlfriend, the "peanut butter jelly time" banana, the dramatic chipmunk and the classic animated dancing baby.

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"We see you're on the Internet. That's great, because we made a safety video starring the Internet," Delta said in the YouTube video's description.

Delta provided a list of the memes featured in the video along with the time codes for where to find them:

0:03 Keyboard Cat 0:18 Double Rainbow Guy 0:26 Annoying Orange 0:30 Roomba Cat 0:45 Rahat's Prank 1:05 Evolution of Dance 1:25 Slow Mo Guy 1:43 Harlem Shake 1:51 Deltalina 1:52 Screaming Goat 2:02 Internet Browser 2:23 Peanut Butter Jelly Time 2:31 Dramatic Chipmunk 2:48 Charlie Bit My Finger 3:23 Clicking Finger 3:51 Overly Attached Girlfriend 4:02 Ice Bucket Challenge 4:09 Dancing Baby (Dancing Baby Animation provided courtesy of Autodesk, Inc. © 1999) 4:15 Hamsters Eating Burritos 4:25 Nyan Cat 4:32 Doge 4:48 Mentos & Coke

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The video ends with the Blendtec founder Tom Dickson, star of the "Will it blend?" series of videos, offering links to "blended" versions of the safety video featuring further online stars including the "I like turtles" kid and the stars of "Epic Meal Time."

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