Know your hashtag: #SaltBae

“Tumi, WTF is a salt bae?” I asked my go to millenial friend who usually explains these things to me. #SaltBae is actually the first meme of 2017 and here’s what it is all about.

It all started with a dude, some steak and salt. The salt is the important part.ย Meet @nurs_et, a dude who cooks and hangs out with famous people. My introduction doesn’t do him justice. Nurset Gokce is actually a famous chef from Turkey. ย After this video the term #SaltBae emerged.

Ottoman steak ๐Ÿ”ช

A video posted by nusr_et (@nusr_et) on

Urban Dictionary defines #SaltBae as: a Turkish chef that sensually salted a piece of meat he was cooking in an instagram video and quickly became a meme known as “salt bae”.

And not long after we got our very own African #SaltBae.

This video is ridiculously funny. Just watch what @Gerogesketch does to an avo.ย 

 

 

Then the memes started rolling

 

Haha ๐Ÿ˜ญ#microsoft #haha #saltbae #sugarcoated #resume #perfect #nusret #steakhouse #worldstar #vine

A photo posted by The Meme God (@leo_cbe) on

Still confused? Watchย adults react to #SaltBae

Now go forth and be more like #SaltBae.

Let’s hope he gets his own cooking show soon.ย 

4 Comments

  • Reply An ordinary gal January 16, 2017 at 10:51

    Oh my word…the African #SaltBae ….I can’t!! How hilarious. I had no idea where this meme started so thanks for the back story. Enjoyed this thoroughly!

    • Reply Sam Wright January 16, 2017 at 11:13

      hahahaha. I love Jade – she is so freaking on the ball with rad internet stuff.

  • Reply jade brennan January 16, 2017 at 14:22

    Check out Steers take on #SaltBae…. he is like a sprinkler https://www.facebook.com/OfficialSteers/videos/10154421424482636/

    • Reply Sam Wright January 17, 2017 at 07:18

      Where do you find this stuff? Hahaha

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