“Hadouken” Meme Takes Flight on the Web


Have you heard about Hadouken? It’s a hot, new trend that involves snapping a photo to create the illusion that someone is using magical powers to make another person fly up in the air. Named for an attack move from the Street Fighter video game, the craze was launched as an Internet meme in Japan and has since soared across the Web to become a viral sensation. HuffingtonPost.com explained the high-flying trend and Today.com asked readers to post their own pics to show how Hadouken has really taken off.


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