Thursday's question of the day

Our last question asked: To promote their new flick Unfinished Business, Vince Vaughn and his costars just posed for what stunt that's going viral?  They teamed up with Getty Images and posed for/were photoshopped into some positively ridiculous stock photos, which you can get for free and use (albeit for editorial use, only). Pure genius!

Congratulations to Jason Hensel of Facility Manager Magazine for being the very first to answer that correctly! Honorable mentions go out to David Daniel (who comments "frightening how generic movie stars can look"), Ken Walker who notes that AdWeek called them "idiotic"), Brianne O'DonnellJill Cacic (who thinks that Vaughn is "[p]utting 'woman smiling while eating salad alone' to shame"), Mark Poepsel (who adds the hashtags #MuchPhotoshop and #ManyLaugh), Marilyn ParelClaudine Laforce (who feels the photos are perfect for use in her own newsletter), Dagmar EbaughRachel RohDan Smith (who also plans to use them) and Francis Hinchey for all getting that exactly right!

As for today's question, here it is: Forget the Twitterverse's dress or llama drama; in China, a very different meme recently went viral. What does the word mean? What popular action star is credited with its origin? 

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