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2023 Roundup: Top 5 Hilarious Memes That Went Viral This Year

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From viral dances to satirical political memes, 2023 saw some laugh-out-loud moments that had everyone talking.
As 2023 draws to a close, here's a look back at the top 5 memes that made us all laugh out loud.
Sputnik India takes you on a meme-tastic journey that will leave you in fits of laughter.

'Just Looking Like A Wow'

Designer and businesswoman Jasmeen Kaur became an internet sensation after her popular phrase "So beautiful, so elegant, just looking like a wow" took the internet by storm.
Her style of selling salwar suits live on social media caught the attention of YouTube musician Yashraj Mukhate, who turned her video into aa viral song.
Several Bollywood celebrities such as Deepika Padukone, Ranveer Singh, Nick Jonas, Priyanka Chopra Jonas and others have lip-synced and made fun reels.
Aakash Chopra also used the phrase while commentating on cricket.

'Bhupendra Jogi'

A five-year-old video has once again gone viral, turning a garment shop owner, Bhupendra Jogi, into a viral meme.
The video shows a hilarious conversation in Hindi between Jogi from Madhya Pradesh, who tells a reporter that the roads in the city of Bhopal are better than in the US.
Jogi tells him that he has been to many places in the USA.
When the reporter asks him to give his name, he dodges the question.
When the reporter again asks where he has been in America, Jogi tells him that he has seen America on the news, causing everyone around him to burst out laughing.

'Moye Moye'

Serbian singer-songwriter Teya Dora's song 'Džanum' took a funny turn after a popular phrase from the lyrics, 'Moye More' (meaning my nightmares), went viral among Indians, who recreated the 'Moye Moye' sound in their roles. It became a popular response to various situations.
Singer-actor Ayushmann Khurrana also joined the 'Moye Moye' meme trend by using the phrase in his lyrics during his concert in Delhi.
The meme became such a hit that even the Delhi Police used it for a road safety campaign on X (formerly known as Twitter).


One particular phrase, 'aayein', went viral as a popular expression of confusion and bewilderment.
It became a popular meme after a video went viral of a schoolboy from Bihar, Aditya Kumar, whose answer to a brief interview had everyone in stitches.
When an interviewer asked him what his favourite subject was, the boy replied "aayein" (colloquial for "what?").
The interviewer repeated his question, but Kumar misunderstood and replied "baigan" (aubergine in Hindi).

'Jaldi Wahan Se Hato'

During a local cricket match, video maker Rohit Singh's commentary was so captivating that his megaphone voice is now being used as a scooter horn.
In the video, Singh can be seen saying 'Jaldi Waha Se Hato' (meaning 'Move away from there quickly'), which ended up becoming a hilarious meme.
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