The internet just turned two porn stars into a meme and forgive me Jesus

21 November 2018, 14:36 | Updated: 21 November 2018, 14:41

By Sam Prance

Rebecca More and Sophie Anderson have gone viral with their 'cock destroyers' speech...

It's no secret that the internet will turn everything and anything into a meme. Nothing is sacred. Over the past few weeks and months alone, people have made memes out of Netflix's new Christmas drama The Princess Switch, Ezra Miller's red carpet outfits and Cardi B saying 'How convenient is that?'. From children's movies to niche TV moments, the most unlikely things can inspire a meme these days.

In fact, memes are so wild that many of them are pretty explicit these days. The No Nut November challenge spawned some weird as hell memes just recently and who could forget the classic 'Right in front of my salad' meme that originated in a viral porn clip in which two men had sex right in front of a girl's salad. And now more porn has been immortalised in meme form: the cock destroyers.

Rebecca More is responsible for the viral 'cock destroyers' meme
Rebecca More is responsible for the viral 'cock destroyers' meme. Picture: Twitter: @more_milf // Warner Bros. Pictures

Yes. You heard us correctly. If you've been seeing the phrase 'cock destroyers' all over your feeds recently it's in reference to a NSFW clip starring award-winning British porn stars Rebecca More and Sophie Anderson. In it the two women state: "You know what we are? We’re fucking cock destroyers". And now people are applying that phrase to all sorts of laugh out loud situations.

Confused? We've gathered just a few of the funniest ones all in one place for you.

For reference here is the original clip in memoji form.

Now let's begin.

Some are giving it the Harry Potter spin.

We can't.

Others are applying it to Pokemon.

Our poor childhood.

Washing machines are being brought into it too.

Facts are facts.

Not to mention politicians.

We see no lies.

One or two people are giving it an art history spin.

We live.

Then there are those who are adding the voiceover to iconic videos.

No comment.

Well videos in general.

Again no comment.

The meme has even been recreated with punctuation.

This is too much.

And people are already using other Rebecca and Sophie videos to create memes.

Ffsssss.

Lots of them.

This is too relatable.

The internet never stops.

We're crying.

It's getting to the point where some people are tired of all the porn that keeps popping up on their timelines.

It's relentless.

And last but not least people are getting philosophical.

We need to log off.