But lately, it’s become an Internet trend that whenever somebody mentions the number 69, the response of “nice” is immediate. It might be a South Park gag or something from Deep Space 69, but wherever the meme was born, it’s certainly arrived.
nice RT @thatsonpoint: Please note: America's favorite stand up comedian, Gallagher, turns 69 today.
— 69 nice (@69lolnice) July 24, 2015
Nice RT @RandBallsStu: Trevor Plouffe's 69th RBI ties the game.
— 69 nice (@69lolnice) August 23, 2015
From a Death and Taxes story in January.
And take a look at this Salon story from earlier this month.
The meme is rather juvenile, yet still kind of funny. But it looks like Barack Obama unwittingly got into the action Friday by mentioning a stat about the percentage of Americans who want Congress to vote on the Supreme Court judge nomination of Merrick Garland.
Obama’s tweet had a certain number attached to it, and predictably, the Internet went bananas.
The tweet itself.
— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) May 13, 2016
You probably won’t guess the first Twitter user to troll the president. That’s right. It’s MSNBC host Chris Hayes!
— Chris Hayes (@chrislhayes) May 13, 2016
From then on, it was just a party of nice, nice, nice.
But let’s give the last word to the most clever, the one who can take a meme, give it a new twist, and make terrible grammar and spelling decisions in the process. Because, even more than caring about what Congress does with a judicial nomination, that’s really what America is all about.
Actually Amerca's clearly telling you this should be a give and take relatonship
— PFTCommenter(DC DEFENDERS 1st place in XFL BEast) (@PFTCommenter) May 13, 2016