One of the indeed cool things on social media how one innocent post can get into several related transmissions, taking you down the information / inane banter that goes up important minutes of your day that would have been better spent resolving global conflicts or getting a panic cure.
Take, for example, the Following the tweet pointing to that Cartoon Network show Steven Universe
But why Dolphin? For those of you of some age / skiing, please hold your hands for a moment – let's let this little history lesson play itself out first.
As you can see in the answers, a too much For toned responders it was assumed that this was referring to the Dolphin emulator, which lets you play GameCube games on computers (thus you can say it's awesome software pirates).
More than one comment stated this with a certain degree of confidence until the video game author and occasional distributor of Nintendo Life Liam Robertson you have taught many people:
Dolphin, in fact, was Nintendo's author of GameCube early in its development and was a name that was circulated by gaming media before the official announcement of the console. We know this because we are old and sad and missed everything
It makes us feel better about not forgetting to put on barrels last week, though.