When someone sends you a link to a video of Rebecca Black's "Friday" when you think it's something else. It's just like a rickroll, but a million times more annoying due to hearing a voice even autotune can't save.
Tim: "Dude, check out this trailer of the new Dark Knight sequel....Anne Hathaway as Catwoman is HOT!!!: youtube.com/watch?v=CD2LRROpph0"
Josh: *Clicks link.* *Proceeds to get a blackroll.*
Josh: "I can deal with rickrolls, because that song has always been class. But this shit just made my ears grow arms, get a pair of scissors, cut themselves off, and jump off a bridge. Thanks, asshole."
To rickroll, or post a misleading link, to Rebecca Black's song Friday for (hopefully) humorous results.
For April Fool's, Blizzard blackrolled visitors to WorldofWarcraft.com
To be To post a misleading link with a subject that promises to be exciting or interesting, e.g. "World of Starcraft in-game footage!" or "Paris Hilton blows Busta Rhymes' dick" but actually turns out to be the video for Rebecca Black's single, "Friday".
I just totally got blackrolled
A term used when directing friends, family members or enemies to click on a link which instead of leading to an interesting article, funny picture, or other amusing item instead points the viewer to Rebecca Black's "Friday" video on YouTube.
Person A: "Hey, check out this press release for the upcoming Half-Life 3! I can't believe they're finally making it!"
Person B: "Sweet! *clicks link, instead taken to Rebecca Black's "Friday" video*
Person B: "YOU SUCK!"
Person A: "Ha ha, you just got BlackRolled!
Like a rickroll, but with Rebecca Black's song "Friday" in place of the notorious Rick Astley song.
Guy 1: hey! Check out this awesome song!
Guy 2: alright. Play it.
Guy 1: (plays Friday)
Guy 2: you suck!
Guy 1: you just got Blackrolled!