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Binod was trending on social media.

Binod stands for Binod Thakur who, via his YouTube account, comments 'Binod' on videos. Someone noticed his comment and the name went viral.

Binod stands for Binod Thakur who, via his YouTube account, comments 'Binod' on videos. Someone noticed his comment and the name went viral. A YouTube channel, called ‘Slayy Point,’ made a video roasting YouTube comments and how meaningless they can be at times. One of the comments Abhyudaya Mohan and Gautami Kawale, the faces of the YouTube channel, highlighted, was a comment that had the name ‘Binod’ written on it.

The video went viral, and people started picking up on the trend and flooded social media posts and comments with the name ‘Binod.’ The trend went viral in no time, so much so that leading brands like Swiggy, Tinder, Netflix, and PayTm started picking up on it.

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