Size: 7 inches x 5 inches
Sound: "SPRINKLE IT, she tell me, SPRINKLE IT, oh what she tell me, SPRINKLE IT, SPRINKLE IT, she tell me, SPRINKLE IT, oh what she tell me, SPRINKLE IT"
Know someone that can't appreciate the sweet side of life? Someone that always complains about getting older, who they're going to invite to their party, or complains about how they didn't get a birthday text from the ex? Why so salty bruh? You ain't a sardine. Seriously, birthdays are their time to shine and relax, help remind them of their privilege by calling them out on their saltiness.
On January 7th, 2017, Turkish meat king, chef, and restauranteur Nusret Gökçe uploaded a video of himself carving a steak and sprinkling salt over his forearm on to the meat. He expertly handles his meat, wielding a sharp blade to get through the thick of it all. He then masterfully and flamboyantly sprinkles salt over his carved masterpiece. He received critical acclaim for his sprinkling talents and received the nickname "Salt Bae" due to his stylish look and cool cooking talent.
Later on January 7th, 2016, @elBeardedBandit tweeted a You vs. The Guy image featuring a screenshot of Gökçe sprinking salt.
Since the #saltbae fame, various parody baes have popped up mimicking Salt Bae's signature sprinkle using other foods such as bread, grits, and even weed. Even famous child dance duo Ranz and Niana remixed the first meme of 2017 with their own flavor titled "Salt Bae Dance"
The sound in the card comes from West Indian artist Square One off his appropriately titled 1999 song "Sprinkle It." Come on #saltbae, just sprinkle it.
Know someone who complains about a birthday coming up? Why so salty bruh? Remind them of how happy their birthday could be with the first meme of 2017 #saltbae