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I'm OK With This

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I'm OK With This

The I’m OK With This meme is based on a comic strip titled “Dad Wasps Oh No”, released online around 2010 by illustrator K.C. Green, well known for his Staredad comic. The two paneled template features the first panel showing a character named Andy with a poker face, followed by the next one showing a smile on his face as he utters the above phrase. It is used as a reaction image to convey one’s approval or appreciation about something. The image macro was first spotted on 4chan’s /v/ board sometime during late February 2010 from where the template spread to other 4chan boards. Soon, the format went viral in the community, especially the ones about controversial Twitter posts. The I’m OK With This meme is also (sometimes erroneously) referred to as: dad wasps oh no meme, kc green andy meme, andy i'm okay with this meme, kc green andy meme.
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