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Some internet memes are so big, that even the President of the United States knows about them.
When the U.S. gymnastics team visited the White House on Thursday, President Barack Obama was sure to ask McKayla Maroney about her famous “not impressed” face.
“He was the one who brought it up,” Maroney told The Associated Press. “We were about to leave and he said, ‘I want to talk to you one second about the face.’ He said, ‘I pretty much do that face at least once a day.’”
The two posed together doing the face that Maroney made famous after finishing with a silver medal in the vault. Maroney must be sick of everyone asking her to do her famous face, but when the President asks, it’s a different story.
“I, like, freaked out,” Maroney said. “He said, ‘Let’s do it together.’”
Take a look at the picture below of Maroney and Obama each equally “not impressed.”
Photo via Twitter/@whitehouse
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The meme really took off.
And President Barack Obama got in on the act too. As you can see below.
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