I know there are tweets that go viral and wind up getting quoted in the mainstream media.
Likes and tweets are the new gold stars, but unlike gold stars, they can go viral for the world to see.
My scanned homunculus, dick and all, surely will appear online then go viral.
“In every new marketing campaign that you run as a brand, you should be considering how to make it go viral,” Klaus said.
Twitter did not light up with commentary, and the video clip of that portion of the speech did not go viral.
This video did not go viral: A cameraman is filming a little girl on a streetcorner in Aleppo.
It seems one becomes a member simply by stripping down and photographing herself; the images often go viral on Facebook.
And a lawyer friend of mine congratulated me on what he said was the first legal brief in history to go viral.
Just about everything Driscoll says seems calculated to go viral.
Plus, you never know when your stuff might go viral and bring Hollywood calling.
viral vi·ral (vī'rəl)
Of, relating to, or caused by a virus.