Child Abduction

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The Child Abduction meme was started on the 4th of May 2007, and it is generally a picture of Bender from the show Futurama with the words "Child Abduction" written on it, making it appear as though he is a pedophile.

Not even God can help you now.


Child Abduction meme was originally started when a 4chon weeaboo started a cancerous thread on /b/ asking people to help him fix his real life television. His television would show the caption "CHILD ABDUCTION" on the top right of his screen, so he turned to /b/ for wisdom and guidance.

Pedobear does not approve of this new feature.

Amber Alerts

The caption on his television was actually an Amber alert. Amber Alerts are distributed via commercial radio stations, satellite radio, television stations, and cable TV by the Emergency Alert System, as well as via e-mail, electronic traffic-condition signs, and wireless device SMS text messages.

So it Begins

Shortly after discovering that it was an Amber Alert, /b/tards started postings suggestions such as "change the channel" or "turn the television on and off." After many unsuccessful attempts, more images were posted from the Original Poster regarding the caption. The photos were taken in a dark room with a low resolution web camera.

The caption itself reading "Child Abduction" was considered as a great humorous news caption to have on a television set, so it was quickly picked up by other members and posted on several images.


One image in particular which was taken from the original poster's camera had a picture of Bender with the Child Abduction caption placed perfectly on top of his antenna. This quickly led other /b/tards to place the caption on as many Bender pictures they could find.


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