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Topic # 228540 10-Jan-2018 20:00
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  Reply # 1935825 10-Jan-2018 20:11
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Ok im gonna say it, Rick and Morty one of top search words on er pronhub XD


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  Reply # 1935828 10-Jan-2018 20:14
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Never heard of it before

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  Reply # 1935832 10-Jan-2018 20:24
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ddwagnz:

 

Ok im gonna say it, Rick and Morty one of top search words on er pronhub XD

 

 

I love Rick and Morty but not in that way. The Internet Rule 34 is the only explanation I can think of


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  Reply # 1935833 10-Jan-2018 20:26
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The stat I find the most interesting is the almost equal split between Android and IOS.

 

Also the fact that Rick and Morty and Fidget Spinner made it onto the list is pretty funny.





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Jesus, those data usage stats put GeekZone's to shame!


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  Reply # 1935849 10-Jan-2018 21:25
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Looks like Ben Dover wasn't ranked this year.


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  Reply # 1935853 10-Jan-2018 21:36
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3.7 petabytes doesn't sound like a hell of a lot.... I guess they only have to have enough resolution for phone screens hahaha.

What an insane amount of stats though too!

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  Reply # 1935854 10-Jan-2018 21:39
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All i has to say is..

 

 

 





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  Reply # 1935856 10-Jan-2018 21:41
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chevrolux: 3.7 petabytes doesn't sound like a hell of a lot.... I guess they only have to have enough resolution for phone screens hahaha.

What an insane amount of stats though too!

 

It's 3.7 exabytes.





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  Reply # 1935887 10-Jan-2018 22:00
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chevrolux: 3.7 petabytes doesn't sound like a hell of a lot.... I guess they only have to have enough resolution for phone screens hahaha.

What an insane amount of stats though too!

 

Figure that pulls out at me is they are sizing up for almost likely to be needing more bandwidth ;)





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  Reply # 1935894 10-Jan-2018 22:19
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Djmixerdomo:

chevrolux: 3.7 petabytes doesn't sound like a hell of a lot.... I guess they only have to have enough resolution for phone screens hahaha.

What an insane amount of stats though too!


It's 3.7 exabytes.



Ohhhhhhhhhhh that's a comma. I stand correct. that's an insane amount of storage...

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  Reply # 1935925 11-Jan-2018 01:04
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Looks like Ben Dover wasn't ranked this year.



Neither was Mike Hunt.




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  Reply # 1939687 16-Jan-2018 12:44
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Fidget spinner...?


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ddwagnz:

 

Ok im gonna say it, Rick and Morty one of top search words on er pronhub XD

 

 

I love Rick and Morty but not in that way. The Internet Rule 34 is the only explanation I can think of

 

 

 

 

Maybe also because people sometimes seem to upload leaked or pirated content on pornhub? I think because it's not checked as much as youtube by rights holders? I seem to remember some game footage or something also being leaked on it? No idea about rick n morty though maybe that one is just rule 34 lol


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  Reply # 1942123 18-Jan-2018 18:42
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they had a hiccup the day of the accidental hawaiian missile alert

 

https://www.pornhub.com/insights/hawaii-alert

 

 


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