Tank Sinatra Takes On 'The Hot Dog' Meme


For the most part, memes make sense. They're typically a reflection of current events or societal norms that need a good satirizing now and again. But every once in a while, a meme pops up and spreads so fast and so arbitrarily that even the best of us aren't able to make sense of it. 

This past weekend Snapchat introduced a new filter that featured a dancing hot dog. Business as usual for the app, seems harmless right? Wrong. 

This mischievous dancing hot dog has been up to no good since the very first moment his little body popped up on that Snapchat screen, and it's all the internet's fault. 

This was my first attempt at making sense of what was going on. 


 


It got so dark, so fast. 


 


I repeat.


 


He began appearing in Netflix original series. 


 


Literally nobody knew what was going on. 


 


It got freaky. 


 


An ancient meme got a face lift featuring the hottest frank in the world.


 


That which cannot be understood, must be accepted, and this is one of those things. 


About Tank Sinatra: 

George Resch AKA 'Tank Sinatra' is a comedian, author, Instagram celeb and long-time Z100 listener. Tank has been featured on ABC's Nightline, Elle, MTV and much more while also being listen by Harper's Bazaar as one of the "Top 10 Instagram accounts to follow in 2016." His content has been reposted by top celebrities including, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and Mario Lopez and has A-list followers including John Mayer, Chrissy Teigen, Trevor Noah, and Jack Black

His first original meme was shared nearly one million times! His work can be seen on famous meme accounts such as @thefatjewish and with their help he has become the most popular meme creator in the world! 

We have the pleasure of getting Tank Sinatra to blog on Z100 to help spread the meme love to our listeners! 

Also be sure to check out his first book, "Happy is the New Rich," which is a collection of humor and insights over the course of 10 years from experience in recovery. You can buy a copy of his new book here


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