SPRITE CRANBERRY NET MEME EXPLAINED: WHERE DID THE BIZARRE TREND COME FROM?
This could be one of the most bizarre memes we’ve ever seen.
The web is a bizarre and fascinating place, that is constantly full of fascinating and bizarre trending topics, memes, and god knows what else.
A meme that’s almost become an annual thing on the internet, especially in the US It’s the ‘Wanna Spirit “cranberry” meme that has been circulating time prior to Christmas the year 2019.
However, where exactly did this meme originate and why did it appear during the Christmas season?
WHERE DID THE SPRITE CRANBERRY MEME COME FROM?
The Sprite Cranberry meme is a popular meme that pops up at Christmas time was first seen in 2017 when Sprite introduced a brand-new ad campaign for its seasonal drink Sprite Christmas Spiced Cranberry.
The advertisement included an animated rendition of Basketball legend LeBron James, who offered viewers a Sprite Cranberry as it’s the thirstiest time during the season, as per the ad.
Since it was first introduced, the ad has been the subject of a variety of memes. It was also revived by Sprite themselves who brought back the ad on their YouTube channel earlier this year.
WHAT IS THE SPRITE CRANBERRY MEME?
The Sprite Cranberry meme shows the animated LeBron appearing in random spots and providing people with a festive beverage.
It’s evident in the below collection of memes animatronic LeBron tried to sell himself as Sprite Cranberry in the role of Arthur Morgan from Red Dead Redemption 2 and with a purple-skinned Thanos in the Marvel MCU in addition to Indiana Jones, weighing up an entire can of the South American temple from Raiders of the Lost Ark.
SOME EXAMPLES IN VIDEO FORM
In addition to appearing in popular films and game characters animated LeBron has been a hit in video format the clip from the commercial professionally transformed into a variety of recognizable clips.
WHAT ABOUT THE SPRITE CRANBERRY.NET MEME?
A spinoff from the well-loved Sprite Cranberry meme is the Sprite Cranberry.net meme which is completely different.
Although memes about the LeBron James-inspired commercial aren’t too bad, the ad has led to a prank meme that unwitting Googlers may get caught in.
Based on the Know Your Meme the variation from the Sprite Cranberry meme has nothing to do with the holiday beverage and instead directs innocent victims to a YouTube video entitled How to communicate with your dog’s anal Glands in the Home Veterinarian Recommendation Method (GRAPHIC)which has over 7.4 million views. But, we won’t show it on our site.