2. The picture of the sculpture subsequently spread across Russian social media, where it became a huge meme.
“Hey lady, why are you cutting in line without even asking?”
3. The sculpture was given the name “Zhdun,” which roughly means “the one who waits.”
“I clicked on something and everything disappeared.”
4. Soon, Zhdun was being photoshopped into other famous memes, like Graham — the disgusting car crash meme.
5. He’s found his way into famous art.
7. People then started memeing like crazy.
11. Russians have even been making visits to Leiden University to see Zhdun up close.
14. She said she loves the reaction, especially when Zhdun is photoshopped into paintings, and says that she might bring the sculpture to Russia in the future.
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