Welcome to RickRolled.com
Be sure to download the official Rick Roll iPhone app "RickRoll". As of Nov-28-2014 we have Rick Rolled 1,804,857 people and counting!
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The iPhone app allows you to see just how many people are using the telephone to Rick Roll their friends and shows which chat lounges have the most people in them. Send prank emails, post to your FaceBook wall and more all for Free! Android, Blackberry and Windows Phone 7 apps coming soon!
If this is your first time visiting our website take a look around, we have a lot of features including Rick Roll videos, news, forums, and pranks. We will also provide you with several ways to Rick Roll your friends including our RickRollCall free number, 1-985-655-2500. If you haven't called that number yet give it a try and then pass it along to your friends! All of our services are 100% Free including access to our Member's Area. We also have plenty of Gag/joke/prank items in our auction section!
History of Rick Rolling
Rickrolling is a prank and Internet meme involving the music video for the 1987 Rick Astley song "Never Gonna Give You Up". In a rickroll, a person provides a link they claim is relevant to the topic at hand which actually takes the user to the Astley video. The URL can be masked or obfuscated in some manner so that the user cannot determine the true source of the link without clicking (and thus satisfying their curiosity). It can also mean playing the song loudly in public in order to be disruptive. A person who falls for the prank is said to be "rickrolled". In some cases, this term is also used to describe a person who merely hears the song.
The practice began as a variant of an earlier prank originating from the imageboard 4chan called duckrolling, in which a link to a popular celebrity or news item would instead lead to a photoshopped picture of a duck with wheels.
By May 2007, the practice had become widespread, and it eventually began to garner some coverage in the mainstream media. An April 2008 poll by SurveyUSA estimated that 18 million Americans have been rickrolled. We have taken Rick Rolling to a whole new level by providing you with several different ways to Rick Roll your friends. You can't just send out a YouTube link any more, everyone is becoming very suspecious of clicking on youtube links. So we provided the following tools for you to use to Rick Roll people.
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