What is uganda knuckles?
Uganda knuckles is one of the most popular memes on social media these days and refers to a fad prank in which someone places one hand into another person’s fist while extending their pinkie finger, making a “U” shape.
You can make this meme yourself! just start with your hands balled up like you’re doing a baby cheesey pose. Then criss cross your fingers so you have 1 hand inside the other and the pinky out on top. Perfect! Now, extend that pinkrous little finger up high for all to see and take notice – because it could be YOU that becomes an internet sensation overnight! Got it? Good, now let’s talk safeties for when you go out sliding for holiday fun.
In order to avoid contact with any harmful disease or sicknesses, it’s best you put a pair of gloves on your hands but if you insist on keeping it real and going natural, also make sure you’ve covered your mouth up as well to avoid catching anything.
Uganda Knuckles is a slang term meaning “large or visible knuckles”.
The Ugandan national dish, which is made from goat, fish, beef tripe and vegetables like onions and chili peppers. Kibe ibe ekisane.
A form of traditional handicraft from Uganda to produce handicrafts using the fiber of Entada rheedii plant to produce baskets for storage purposes or as decorative items. It was developed in the 1980s during President Idi Amin’s regime when foreign trade with countries that used container shipping turned very challenging and canoes were no longer a major mode of transportation on local waterways because they became overgrown with floating grasses. The production of kibeba has become a cottage industry on Lake Victoria. The skills are being lost as fewer young people are learning to weave baskets due to the availability of plastics on the market.
A deck of cards.
Hey bud, you’ve gotta cut through the noise to hear the beats! Nobody wants to see your shoddy moves… Don’t just take this guy’s word for it – get UGANDAN KNUCKLES and tell us what you think. You’ll be glad you did! And even if you don’t like it we’ll give you a full refund within 14 days of purchase so there’s nothing to lose but your ugly swagger.”
There are many people in life who have tried many times without success to try and “beat” King from Uganda. It is rumored as i was told by an older man with incredible stories of his adventurous journeys that when King from Uganda plays card games he’ll offer you a full refund within 14 days of purchase so there’s nothing to lose but your ugly swagger.
It used to be a meme in the form of an image showing multiple thumbs from a faction, one with a nail painted black and is referred to as “dubs”.
The history and origin is unclear, but legend has it that its when someone on Snapchat sends you three snaps at once without breathing. The third snap is always the caption or drawing above the other two. When this happens people refer to it as getting “dubb’d” which was then shortened to “uganda knuckles.”
Ugandan Knuckles is a meme that originated from an episode of the popular TV show Rick and Morty, created by Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland. It depicts an alcoholic beverage originating from Uganda.
It turns out that “Kni’kle-em” was either a typo or slang for “Uncle Bob’s Kneedleberry.” In any case, it took off like wildfire, much to the amusement of my fellow Adult Swim colleagues. I still can’t believe this became such a huge internet thing! And then there are the people who now think it’s spelled “Knucks”, which just means they don’t know how to type. To them I say, please educate yourselves!
The drink itself is made with a mixture of alcohols and a few additives. After being heated in a microwave, the drink will go from a dullish red color to a easily recognizable bright red, orange color. At this stage, the vodka has stopped simmering and becomes drinkable.
Ugandan Dragons are meant to be a strong version of the drink, but there’s no real recipe for it… yet. But we’ll get to that.
Ugandan Knuckles is a local recipe from the West African country of Uganda, and it’s one of the most popular dishes there. The dish consists of fried eggs, tomatoes, peppers, onions and ground beef mixed together with a traditional local spice mix.
- 8 eggs – scrambled or beaten (optional)
- 2 firm tomatoes – chopped
- 1 onion
- Pinch Cayenne pepper
- Few leaves fresh basil – torn into pieces
- 3 Tablespoons olive oil or butter for frying (or some oil will do)
- 1 kg Ground beef with fat around edges – well browned in pan
- Onions finely chopped
- 2 green peppers finely chopped Basil for garnish
- Salt & black pepper to taste
- Toasted bread to serve (optional)
- Beat eggs (optional), add salt, pepper and other spices to taste.
- Heat up frying pan and add oil.
- Pour in egg and fry until cooked
- Heat up the frying pan and add 1 tablespoon of olive oil or butter.
- Fry the onions and green peppers until soft.
- Add in Ground beef, chopped tomatoes and basil to pan. Sautee for 5 minutes.
- Add salt and pepper to taste (careful, ground beef might already contain plenty of it).
- Toast the bread and serve uganda knuckles with the bread on top.
Now it’s time to enjoy!