Gabe the Dog was an American Eskimo / Pomeranian blend that had a funny way of barking and howling that made its owners decide to post some videos on YouTube to share with friends and family.
Gabe Inja was immediately popular, for obvious reasons. It was a small, old dog with crazy bark (called “borks” online) that was cute and cute and cute, just lovely.
Needless to say, the internet quickly caught up with the two videos and fled with them. Internet lovers are special people because they have unlimited art and have a lot of time in their hands.
Most Popular Way:
The most popular way to use meme was to select clips from the source video and then emulate the sound to match certain melodies in an effort to “remix” the most popular songs in pop culture. So if you’ve ever seen this video of former President Obama “singing” “Let It Go” or something stupid like that, actually that’s it, but with a little dog instead.
The music was really good, but the videos were the best part. One video features Gabe the Dog playing all the part in the old “Jurassic Park” theme while Gabe the big dog chases Gabe the Little Dog in a Jeep. Another includes Gabe Dog wearing a Mario hat and jumping over Goombas and running through the pipes to the Super Mario World team.
Gabe the dog cries alone on the cover of “Careless Whisper” while Gabe the little dogs are wearing sunglasses and playing the saxophone, looking at his picture on the cover “Take Me” and even repeating it at 12 to make the whole stage a song everyone loves ” Sandstorm. ”
(Outside: My favorite will always be Gabe the Dog who does all the parts of the “1812 Overture,” in which his face is raised on Napoleon’s body on a white horse.)
When news started circulating that Gabe Inja was dead, the official page was filled with taxpayers, photos, new videos, and they found ways to unleash their magic. Reading the comment section, people talked about how Gabe the Dog helped them through depression, helped them to form relationships with friends in college and encouraged them to find an old shelter dog, which was Gabe.
As human beings we have an unusual knowledge of pets or pets. There is a certain bond there with dogs, in particular, because of their strong fidelity and general tendencies.
Gabe Dog felt like an online dog. We adopted her and treated her as if we could make her our “puppy” even though we had never met her in real life. Together we mourned Gabe’s death as if it had died right in front of us.
There is something to be said about the impact of such a foolish thing that in times of stress, need, anxiety and separation, we can come together around this warm little doggo. He has brought to me and millions of countless other fond memories and thankfully, his legacy will last forever on YouTube, after his journey across the Rainbow Bridge.