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10 January 2017, 16:51
Please welcome to the stage: the first contender for Best Meme of 2017.
You know that GIF of Rihanna winking and sprinkling magic? Well, that's been cancelled. We've got a new wink and sprinkle in town and his name is Salt Bae.
Over the weekend, an Insta vid did the rounds of a chef from Turkey sprinkling salt onto a rather mouthwatering piece of meat. It's not ideal viewing for the veggies out there but here it is - and it's truly a sight to be seen. It's had over 3 million views in three days and it's mesmerising.
The sultry chef in question, Nusret Gökçe, has now affectionately been renamed as 'Salt Bae' and has been turned into one of the first internet breaking memes of 2017. Salt Bae is now on hand to help illustrate your thoughts and feelings, especially when you're purposefully trying to "do the most" or need to embellish a story to make it sound a little juicier.
When someone is making plans you have no intention of going to, so you add "what time?" For decoration— M E L A T O (@tuche616) January 7, 2017
When you use "thus" in an essay pic.twitter.com/LgC27qdzXe— (@SheikhMyBody) January 8, 2017
when your makeup is almost complete but you still gotta add that touch of highlight pic.twitter.com/RzNbTbymor— ya like jazz? (@hanxine) January 7, 2017
When your sibling is already getting shouted at and you remind your mum of other bad things they have done pic.twitter.com/X8Z4zXeRyX— #TwoKGiveaway (@90sTalha) January 8, 2017
me putting "lol" at the end of a one word text so i don't sound rude or bored https://t.co/Y6fHTm5RSi— Treywop. (@TRYVNS) January 8, 2017
Marvel adding those post credit scenes. pic.twitter.com/xqCSjCFcEY— Geeks Of Color (@GeeksOfColor) January 8, 2017
You vs the man she tells you not to worry about pic.twitter.com/QeXqj8upj2— ™ (@elBeardedBandit) January 7, 2017