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Jeremiah Johnson Nod Of Approval

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Jeremiah Johnson Nod Of Approval

The Jeremiah Johnson Nod Of Approval meme is taken from the American Western film Jeremiah Johnson, released on December 21st, 1972. A particular scene from the movie shows the character Robert Redford smiling and nodding as the camera zooms towards his face. It is mostly used as a GIF or reaction image to express some sort of an approval for something. The clip was uploaded to Youtube on March 4th, 2013 although the GIFs were circulating online as early as 2012. The GIFs could be spotted on popular sites like FunnyJunk, Twitter, and Reddit, alongside the still template. The Jeremiah Johnson Nod Of Approval meme is also (sometimes erroneously) referred to as: jeremiah johnson meme, jeremiah nodding meme, robert redford nodding meme, robert redford’s nod of approval meme.
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