Mark Zuckerberg Sweet Baby Rays

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Also, who could forget this summer bop, which is the coolest thing the Zuck has ever been involved in, even if it wasn’t intentional.

At least there is no water involved in this one. But on its face, it seems even more absurd than a rich dude trying to avoid too many UV rays.

What the f*ck is up with the Zuck? Aside from everything going on with Facebook right now, anytime we see Zuckerberg in the news he’s doing something weird that leaves people scratching their heads in confusion. Last spring, he donned a full face slathered in sunscreen while surfing in Hawaii then made the entire internet cringe when he celebrated July 4th by flying an American Flag while riding an electric surfboard. Now he’s inexplicably snuck a bottle of Sweet Baby Ray’s BBQ sauce into his presentation for the Facebook name-change pivot, Meta.

Seriously, just what the hell is going on here? Why the bottle of Sweet Baby Ray’s Barbecue Sauce? Why is it on a bookshelf and what does he think it says to us about him? How did it get there and better yet, who put it there? This would be coffee-cup-in-the-final-season-of-Game of Thrones-levels of carelessness, so I refuse to believe it’s an oversight. I’d like to think someone pointed it out to him and he simply replied, “I’m going to answer you the same way I’ve answered my wife for the last nine years of our marriage: ‘The Baby Ray’s stays.”

That means that the Baby Ray’s bottle is actually an example of him being meta in a presentation about Meta, which itself is an anagram for meat. Our minds would be blown if this didn’t seem like a shallow attempt at making the internet forget Facebook’s role in public polarization. Here is how the rest of the internet took the ploy:

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Eu Bem Que Te Avisei – Tu Empinou Ele Pei refers to a Brazilian dance trend that started on TikTok in March 2022 with a resurgence in August 2022 after a modified dance trend went viral. Meme

On October 28th, 2021, Mark Zuckerberg took part in a video conference to talk about the change in direction of Facebooks parent comapany to Meta, with a focus on the Metaverse. During this press conference, it was shown in the background that up on a shelf, used as a bookend, was a bottle of Sweet Baby Rays barbecue sauce (shown below). This was quickly caught by viewers, who took to social media to express their confusion and disbelief, increasing the association and number of memes referencing Zuckerbergs love for Sweet Baby Rays.

On October 29th, 2021, Twitter user @bergoesbrr uploaded a meme about Zuckerberg using the After All, Why Not? Why Shouldnt I meme template to show Zuckerbergs thought process behind putting the BBQ sauce on his bookshelf (shown below).

In May 2018, Mark Zuckerberg held a livestream from his backyard where he was smoking a brisket and some ribs in a smoker behind him. The livestream video went briefly viral and was covered in the media, such as a viral video that was made out of the dialogue he said during it. This video was uploaded to YouTube by the channel TheUncannyValley, which has edited together the samples of Zuckerberg talking about Sweet Baby Rays, earning 1.2 million views in three years (shown below).

Mark Zuckerberg and Sweet Baby Rays BBQ Sauce refers to an ongoing meme and inside joke about Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerbergs love for Sweet Baby Rays BBQ sauce. Memes about Zuckerbergs adoration for Sweet Baby Rays originated in May 2018 when he mentioned the BBQ sauce during his smoking meats livestream video, later becoming a self-referential meme when he included it in the background of the 2021 Facebook keynote livestream when the company announced its Meta name change.


Who owns Sweet Baby Ray’s barbeque sauce?

Zuckerberg. It was Sweet Baby Ray’s, the tangy grocery store staple that’s been elevated to meme status ever since the Facebook founder mentioned it in a now infamous 2016 video at least 11 times while “smoking meats” in his backyard.

How do you use Sweet Baby Rays?

Dave Raymond – Founder, Sweet Baby Ray’s BBQ Sauce – Sweet Baby Ray’s Barbeque Catering & True Cuisine Event Catering | LinkedIn.

Where is Sweet Baby Ray’s BBQ sauce made?

You may use Sweet Baby Ray’s Barbecue Sauce with most of your favorite foods, including chicken, steak, ribs, hamburgers, pork, hot dogs, French fries or sausages. You can also use Sweet Baby Ray’s Barbecue Sauce as an ingredient in recipes.

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