‘The Waffle House has a new host’: What does this meme on social medias actually mean?
Comment sections on TikTok, Twitter, Instagram, and other platforms have been dominated by users venting their displeasure over the recent rise of the “Waffle House Has a New Host meme. It doesn’t take long for a trend to spread throughout the various social media platforms, and the Waffle House is the most recent example. Some people have figured out where it came from, but others still need clarification. What does this new meme really mean? You can find about it from the article.
What does the “The Waffle House has a new host” social media meme refer to?
To say “a new host has been recruited for the Waffle House” is meaningless. YouTuber Jonny RaZeR takes credit for starting this trend. He urged readers to post the sentence in the site’s comments section. TikTok, Twitter, Instagram, and other platforms picked it up from there. One might, of course, claim that this is not a meme. Memes, even the most absurd ones, often have symbolic connotations representing a more significant idea or reality.
Spreading no message at all by spamming discussion threads with “the Waffle House has a new host” remarks. Lucky for us, this is a passing fad that will die away in time. The motivation to spread the meme will be absent if there is no ideological foundation for it. The meaning of “the Waffle House has found a new host” is “absolutely nothing.”
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— Alexandra Botez (@alexandrabotez) January 15, 2023