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The Perfect Meme and Gif Maker App

Memes and short funny photos and videos are the social language of the 2020s. Platforms like Instagram, TikTok, Byte (the second coming of Vine) have exploded, and there’s no better app to make fire content with than PicPlayPost. Create picture and video collages, slideshows, live wallpapers, and more. Trim, speed up, and slow down 1080p video. Add multiple soundtracks to your creations.

It doesn't take long before the newest memes are inspiring meme lovers to create their own hilarious versions and flooding social media feeds everywhere with them. To bring you up to speed, here are just 5 of the absolute best and funniest meme trends we've seen so far in 2020.

1. Shakira's Zaghrouta

Shakira’s "tongue thing" became an instant meme during Superbowl LIV. The noise, a Zaghrouta, actually has cultural significance: in a nod to her Lebanese roots, the singer used the Arabic celebratory gesture during her performance. Of course, the internet was quick to provide an onslaught of funny memes referencing Shakira’s gesture. 

2. The Renegade

The Renegade is one of the most popular dances on social media right now. The Atlanta's rapper K Camp's song "Lottery" is taking over the world, and it's largely due to the Renegade dance challenge flooding TikTok. And it isn't just for teens. Celebrities, including Lizzo and Alex Rodriguez, have posted videos of themselves with their own adaptations of the dance.

3. Chicky nuggies

We're pleased to announce that this very 2011 abbreviation of "chicken nuggets" has made a return in 2020 by way of Baby Yoda, one of our favorite memes of 2019. Usually, these are about the crushing loss of not being allowed to have "chicky nuggies" for dinner.

4. Bernie is once again…

The 2020 election has sparked a lot of memes and none have hit the internet harder that Bernie's "I'm once again" photo which was taken from one of his campaign videos.

5. Dolly Parton Challenge

The basis of the meme is simple. The collage contains four images—one for LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, and Tinder—and each showcases the different ways people present themselves online. Parton, for example, sported a button-up blazer in her LinkedIn image—as the site is business-based—but a bunny suit for Tinder.

Download PicPlayPost and try it today; maybe you’ll create the next big thing that blows up the Internet!

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