A joke that originated from the song “Deeez Nuuuts” on Dr. Dre’s original album “The Chronic”, released in 1992. Since then, the phrase has mutated into “deez nutz” and catching people with “deez nutz” has become America’s 3,157th favorite pastime, just behind underwater basket-weaving and just ahead of collecting Spongebob Squarepants paraphernalia. The game works as following: you ask someone a question, and if the response is “What?”, “Who?”, “Huh?” or anything starting starting with one of the 5 “W’s”, you’re free to get that person with “DEEEEEZ NUUUUUTZ!!!”. Works best when done loudly in quiet public places such as a lecture hall, church, or a line at the bank.
The Kiki challenge, which involves drivers jumping out of the seats of their vehicles to do a peculiar dance to the song “In My Feelings” by Canadian singer Drake, has taken the world by storm. But this poor sod comes a bit unstuck in his take on the challenge. Guess Kiki don’t love you, boss!
It’s the water bottle flipping trend that’s taken the internet by storm. In case you’re wondering WTH, the aim is to toss up a water bottle, or any plastic drinks bottle, and hope that it lands upright. This little girl seems to be a seasoned practitioner of the bottle-flipping arts.
A GIF based on documentary footage of then 5-year-old kid Jessica Leonard, who weighed at one point 230lbs. Despite her health difficulties, she still tried to be happy, and was filmed dancing. The resulting video clips went viral on YouTube and as GIFs like this, although many people used the GIFs as a mockery of fat people.