The latest hilarious video making the rounds of the Net involves a spacey -- some say stoned -- teenage girl explaining that Windows ate her homework.
The work is a TV spot in Apple's "Switch" series, but it can easily be enjoyed by Windows users as well (most of whom can probably relate).
As explained by Ellen Feiss, the young woman in the ad, "It was, like, beep beep beep beep beep beep beep, and then, like, half of my paper was gone." She adds it was "kind of a bummer."
A small cult has sprung up around the subject, with numerous fan sites worshipping the non-actress, complete with video clips of her at MacWorld and altered versions of the Apple original. Wired News, below, has the best links to the classic video and its many imitators.
"Windows ate my homework, you know, like, buy an Apple":
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