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Cheers I'll Drink To That Bro

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Cheers I'll Drink To That Bro

The “Cheers I’ll Drink To That Bro” meme comes from s2ep4 of The Eric Andre Show, titled “Jodie Sweetin; Vivia A. Fox,” which premiered on October 24th, 2013. The scene shows Eric Andre wearing a green crop top, a pink hat and plaid shorts and cheersing a bottle of ranch dressing while uttering the above phrase. It is used as a reaction image macro to show appreciation or support towards the above caption or caption. In 2016, the format was first published online but it was only after 2017 that it started being used in the traditional meme format. Over the years, it became famous on Reddit and Twitter, and was seen on sites like Buzzfeed too. The “Cheers I’ll Drink To That Bro” meme is also (sometimes erroneously) referred to as: I’ll drink to that meme, Eric cheers meme, Eric Andre I’ll drink to that meme.
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