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White Guy Blinking

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White Guy Blinking, also known as Drew Scanlon Reaction, is a GIF of Drew Scanlon, video editor and podcaster at video game website Giant Bomb. The GIF of Scanlon is used as a reaction image to express feeling slightly insulted, surprised, or confused.

Two pictures of a man blinking in disbelief

Origin

The GIF comes from Scanlon's video “Unprofessional Fridays" when he reacts to Jeff Gershman statement “Farming with my hoe” while playing a game.

Although the video was made in 2013, the earliest known use of the meme is on July 27th, 2015 by @Tokubetsu in response to a comic about Kanye West and Future posted to a NeoGAF thread.

Comic with blinking meme reaction

Examples

reaction when someone says you're ugly even though you know it already reaction when you get an F after not studying

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