10 Vines that shaped pop culture
The famous looping app, Vine, established slang and catchphrases and was the breaking point for meme and pop culture during the 2010s.
The famous looping app, Vine, established slang and catchphrases and was the breaking point for meme and pop culture during the 2010s. Here’s a list of ten vines that still hold their impact today.
1. Look at all those chickens
This vine’s catchphrase has been used throughout meme culture and still is a popular joke today. Holding its spot at number 10, this vine is one of my personal favorites and one I quote almost daily.
2. Eyebrows on fleek
A standard word in everyone’s vocabulary now.
3. Hurricane Tortilla
Is it really a trip down the tortilla aisle if you don’t quote this vine?
Kermit singing Usher has become a running joke across the years, and even was recreated on a viral TikTok, keeping its relevance in internet culture.
5. Oovoo Javer
Oovoo Javer should be used in Uber advertisements considering its become a staple catchphrase for the taxi service.
6. Hi, welcome to Chili’s
The last time I ate at Chili’s, the hostess said, “Hi, welcome to Chili’s,” and it brought unexplainable nostalgia and joy because it reminded me of this hilarious vine of my teenage years.
7. Can I please get a waffle
Anytime I pass or eat at Waffle House, my friends and I have to quote this Vine. It’s just instilled in us now.
8. Road work ahead
If you don’t quote this vine when passing a ‘Road Work Ahead’ sign, I can’t trust you.
9. I can’t believe you’ve done this
What started as a YouTube video, quickly became a popular meme and joke across the Internet thanks to the six-second loop on Vine.
10. Broom Broom
This Vine gained popularity in 2014 after its randomness and unexpectancy received millions of loops, giving it a deserving spot on this list.