If you鈥檝e been on social media anytime in the last 24 hours, there鈥檚 a good chance you鈥檝e seen 鈥淥m Telolet Om鈥 about a bajillion times. Tweeted from folks all over the world and left in comments on pretty much every celeb鈥檚 Instagram posts, it鈥檚 swept across the internet as fast as, well, as something that鈥檚 gone totally viral. But what the heck is it?! Here鈥檚 your answer!

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If you鈥檝e been confused by 鈥淥m Telolet Om,鈥 don鈥檛 fret. You鈥檙e not the only one.

It鈥檚 sort of two things really. Its original meaning comes from the Indonesian for 鈥淪ir, honk your horn, sir鈥 (sort of). Young folks, apparently entertained by the unique sounding horns of the buses from the area (they are pretty darn awesome), have been trying to get the drivers to honk as they pass. Taking vids of their efforts (natch!), it鈥檚 become a sort of a #MannequinChallenge sitch.

But that鈥檚 not where this ends. For some wild reason, people started spamming performers in the EDM scene with the phrase. DJs were totally confused鈥

But like most viral things online, it was quickly picked up by the DJs themselves鈥

And from there鈥

Although some are already proclaiming it dead and over with鈥

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