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10 of the best memes on the internet

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'The blinking white guy' is a meme used to express incredulity when responding to social media posts, usually published on Twitter. The gif has become the go-to response for internet users to show they simply cannot believe something and is instantly recognisable to millions.

News of the story behind the iconic moving image has resurfaced with the details of how it originated. The clip features a guy named Drew Scanlon and was captured in 2013 during an episode of Unprofessional Fridays, a show he produced at the time for video game website Giant Bomb.

In the spirit of Scanlon's blinky eyed reaction, we've compiled a list of 10 of the best memes to appear online in addition to Scanlon's that continues to be used to communicate expressions.

Think we've missed some? Flag them in the comments below.

happy excuse me GIF

the office eye roll GIF

blink 182 wtf GIF

Proud Of You Yes GIF

Animated GIF

Image result for guy with open mouth clapping gif

Side Eye Wtf GIF

Think About It Reaction GIF by Identity

supa hot youtube GIF

embarrassed hide away GIF

leonardo dicaprio GIF

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