‘Many people have expressed the opinion that the most attention-getting aspect of the video is Rick Astley’s unexpectedly deep voice in contrast to his youthful looks,’ explains
A physics student has recharged an old meme when he Rickrolled his teacher in a scholarly fashion by cleverly inserting every lyric to Rick Astley's Never Gonna Give You Up into the margin of an essay.
In 2010, using a never ending stream of Astley lyrics in a computer essay, a student pulled a similar stunt.
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This is the essay on Niels Bohr that 3rd period physics student Sairam Gudiseva turned into his teacher.
Going back to the '80s for inspiration, Sairam Gudiseva wrote an essay with a "rickroll" message best to be enjoyed by fans of good-natured shenanigans. It isn't easy to write about scientist Niels Bohr, while working in Rick Astley lyrics that you may miss on first pass.
Gudiseva posted a copy of his essay to Twitter, with the Astley lyrics marked up with a yellow highlighter.
Eighties pop crooner Rick Astley is the last person you’d expect to pop up in an essay on quantum physics.
But one inspired student took the art of ‘rickrolling’ to another level by inserting the chorus from the singer’s hit song, Never Gonna Give You Up, into an essay.