Kombucha Girl's Noodle Weenie Dogs

Kombucha Girl's Noodle Weenie Dogs

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Kombucha Girl's Noodle Weenie Dogs refers to TikTok user @brittany_broski's October 2019 video upload in which she invites "the boys" Giovanni, Romeo, Mario and Tony over to "Ma's" because she's making "noodle weenie dogs" all while sitting in front of an image of hotdog pieces pierced by spaghetti. The video quickly gained popularity due to the user's established TikTok following after her kombucha reaction August 2019 video went viral.


On October 23rd, 2019, TikTok user @brittany_broski uploaded the Noodle Weenie Dog video and gained over 1.1 million likes and 65,700 shares in eight days.



On October 24th, 2019, TikTok user @trvgiic contributed to a chain duet video in which people were pretending to be one of "the boys" (shown below, left). The video garnered over 493,900 likes and 20,200 shares in a week. The next day, TikToker @weelitwasoneayas uploaded a video in which they cook "noodle weenie dogs" while using the sound clip of @brittany_broski's video and accumulated over 412,100 likes and 5,900 shares in six days (shown below, center). Many other TikTok users also made the dish while using the sound in their videos. On October 28th, @quirkygal123 uploaded a video of a Google Forms version of @brittany_broski's words (shown below, right). Various other users created slideshows using the sound clip.


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you know, when I see the video, and I see the recreations there is this loud as hell idea screaming in the back of my head saying

"Where's the joke?"

"What is funny about this?"

"Is it funny because its fake?"

"Do people like it because its a copypasta?"

Then I realize its a meme from TikToc and TikToc has the kind of feel of people who know nothing about memes, humor, or anything appealing and trying to act like cavemen trying to figure out whats considered funny. As if a caveman holds spagethi hotdogs and goes "Me…think…it…me…me…meme. It meme! Me think meme!"


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