If you’re here, you’re probably fond of memes to some extent. And, as you may have already figured out, new memes are popping up left and right with each passing day.
One of the more recent memes that has taken the world by storm is the so-called Trade Offer meme where a long-haired dude in a business suit gestures for several seconds with the caption Trade Offer at the top and two more captions showing what he receives and what you get in exchange.
The internet has been going wild with this meme, so here’s a curated list of some of the best and funniest Trade Offer memes available on the internet. Vote and comment on the ones you enjoyed the most and why not share some of your trade offers in the comment section!
So, Trade Offer, or sometimes referred to as Trade Request, is a viral meme that graced the internet back in mid-March.
The original meme is actually a tad bit different from its current-day incarnation. It was first posted by TikTok user @natebellamy4 in the form of a trade proposal to God, jokingly offering Kamala Harris, Cardi B, and the state of California in exchange for Ronald Reagan, Kobe and Gigi, as well as a Covid vaccine.
But it wasn’t long until people started reusing this format and ever so slightly building upon and optimizing it.
The first versions were more or less the same deal, offering multiple things for other multiple things, and not necessarily to God, but just hilarious trade proposals in general.
Enter TikToker @bradeazy, who optimized the template to just include the captions Trade Offer as well as the I Receive/You Receive captions and the actual offer.
This is the version that many know and have grown to love over the past month.
Once the meme was out, it began picking up traction all over the internet. Reddit was one of the first places to go nuts about it, with many of the top trending posts being some variation of the meme.
Speaking of which, there’s tons of them. Everything from pets to fictional characters to companies to that one hilarious one about how your pockets get headphones and return them tangled, the meme receives and offers it all.
Bradeazy has posted several versions himself, mostly just reusing that same video, but has recently started to dress up in different clothes for different iterations.
One of the first videos in the vein managed to get nearly 4 million views, and most other Trade Offer videos gain anywhere between 300,000 and 800,000 views with thousands upon thousands of likes.
You can check out more of these videos as well as his other content on his channel, but before you go, let us know what trade offers you offer in the comment section below!