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Epic Handshake history (read more...)
The Epic Handshake meme comes from the 1987 sci-fi action thriller Predator, with Carl Weathers and Arnold Schwarzenegger joining hands to create what is regarded as one of - if not the most - iconic handshake in cinematic history. The handshake is accompanied by the greeting “Dillon! You son of a bitch!” from Schwarzenegger, which only served to increase the cheesiness of the scene. Although many YouTube videos depict the actual handshake with matching distinctly 80s music in the background, the more popular still version of the meme features a drawing of the scene with two seemingly unrelated or opposing parties uniting over something common - even if only common through a double entendre.
The iconic scene was first turned into a meme on YouTube in September 2008, with various versions popping up in the years after. However, the drawing associated with the image format of the meme was published on DeviantArt in September 2012. The drawing is sometimes modified with one or two more muscular arms joining hands for the handshake, thus uniting in purpose or similarity. The Epic Handshake meme is also (sometimes erroneously) referred to as: Black and White Handshake, two muscular men, two muscular arms handshake, black and white hand grip meme, and Predator Handshake.
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