Dating spoof video
In the clip, seven-year-old viral sensation Ava Ryan pokes fun at fashionistas as she discusses her favorite fall trends, while snapping at her adult assistants and demanding food.It begins with Ava, a self-described 'boss lady,' firing someone over the phone after she was 'disrespected' by the fact there was no 'pizza and sush' on her desk. Her second fall trend is 'Silver Streak,' and she promises that 'silver is the new gold,' and if you wear it, 'you'll never be invisible at a party,' which she proves by having her adult assistants try on a silver coat and purse as she judges how 'invisible' they are without them.The hilarious clip has been viewed more than 700,000 times on Facebook, with viewers confessing they see a little bit of their friends—or themselves—in Charlene.Dozens of people have even tagged one or several pals in the comments section, making it clear who's the real Charlene in their lives.For tropes actually about beaming characters up, see Teleporters and Transporters.A little girl has perfectly spoofed that annoying friend we all have in our lives—the one who shows up atrociously late, fails to produce a valid apology, and goes on to wreak further havoc in the world.Nonetheless, she then applies lipstick haphazardly and says she's 'lookin' flawless like my dreams!
Later on, Charlene, who says she's feeling very good about herself, decides to celebrate with a glass of water—but as she goes to take a sip, she misses her mouth.If the line is correct but lack of context changes the meaning, or if the line is chopped up to change its meaning, it is a Quote Mine.If the quote and the misquote both occur in the same medium, there is an Unreliable Narrator or possibly a Flip-Flop of God.This is all well and good, but we here at TV Tropes think people should at least know what the line they're paraphrasing is bumper sticker - "Beam me up, Scotty, there's no intelligent life on this planet." It finally made an appearance in the franchise when William Shatner himself said it in the audiobook version of his 1995 novel version of the command was said to him with any regularity. See also Dead Unicorn Trope, Cowboy Be Bop at His Computer, Mondegreen, God Never Said That.If the misassociated line is eventually co-opted into the source as a sort of Shout-Out to the confusion, it becomes an Ascended Meme.