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This article should be merged with Film-related fads

A lot of this is duplicated at the other article. Merge them together, and everyone will be happy.

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"MINE! MINE! MINE!" is a fad based on the seagull call from the film Finding Nemo. It is usually used when someone wants complete ownership of something. Commonly used to poke fun at websites that did not update their copyright year from 2005 to 2006 immediately after the new year began, especially high-power franchises like Google. Also used in reference to someone playing mine sweeper and finding mines.

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