Memes: Twitter tries to figure out how to remove Gorilla Glue from hair
Today’s hottest viral Tik Tok features someone who accidentally got themself in, well, let’s just say a sticky situation. Hopefully, someone can show them how to remove gorilla glue!
In hopes of pivoting from their empty bottle of hairspray, this TikToker chose to opt for a spray can of gorilla glue . . . you know, that real strong glue used in hardware & repair projects? We’ve seen some odd things done before, but this one has to take the cake, as they’re still probably researching how to remove gorilla glue.
Here are some gorilla glue memes that will provide some levity in these difficult times. Who knows? Maybe some of these memes will help solve the question of how to remove gorilla glue from your hair . . . even though we seriously doubt it.
Just hit up @ArianaGrande to get the anti glue solution #gorillaglue https://t.co/hXhrPmB5JM pic.twitter.com/Vxj75SXwfd
— ⠠⠁⠇⠕⠝⠎⠕ (@alonzoelopez) February 4, 2021
So you say “washing it out” didn’t work? Hit up Ariana Grande for a new solution. She’s notorious for her hair nightmares during the Victorious days. Maybe she has some ideas on how to remove gorilla glue?
Damn. I wish I could laugh at the Gorilla glue situation but I genuinely feel bad for this girl. pic.twitter.com/aXUruDCk3M
— Stardust𓂀 (@LucipurrVonMars) February 4, 2021
Genuinely, we feel awful. He gets the idea of sticking to the plan, but not literally!
The fact that gorilla glue will now have to add "DO NOT APPLY TO HAIR/EDGES" to their warning label pic.twitter.com/i49xt7cJei
— A reader that reads to read and reads to work (@indiuhhhhh) February 4, 2021
New warning label
Trump may be off the hook for suggesting to swallow bleach.
Sup I found your remedy for your weight loss routine behold the mighty gorilla glue 🤣#Memes #FunniestTweets pic.twitter.com/uUJEFgWC31
— SikthyGames (@sikthygames) August 13, 2020
New usage rate
Well . . . let’s just throw gorilla glue against the wall and see what ideas stick. Technically everything should, right?
Shorty really used Gorilla Glue to slick her hair back and is surprised she has a helmet for hair now. Shorty they use that spray to build FURNITURE! pic.twitter.com/B7IZ7DZc7b
— Noxeema Jackson (@IndiaDominique) February 4, 2021
It’s never a good thing when Spongebob is laughing at you . . .
Did she confuse Gorilla glue for Gorilla snot? I'm guessing that's what happened but wouldn't you read the label first??? pic.twitter.com/pm3gCP4WWj
— Simply TC (@BienSur_JeTaime) February 4, 2021
Oops, she did it again
Even Britney thinks you’re insane for doing that. Yikes.
Did the Twitter algorithm just make a funnier joke than me?#gorillaglue pic.twitter.com/fT339qzkRU
— Adam D. Jones (@Adam_D_Jones) February 4, 2021
Twitter for the win
Perfect meta description.
“why is gorilla glue trending?”
*sees why gorilla glue is trending* pic.twitter.com/taeZwYH4hs
— merr🍓 (@chiffonades) February 4, 2021
The video is worth the watch. Best PSA of 2021 thus far.
Now I could see why she thought what she thought, but I doubt the gorilla glue spray was in the haircare section 💀 pic.twitter.com/Vm7ouEyNl6
— 🧘🏾♀️Chocolate Pomegranate ™🧘🏾♀️ (@KdashDior) February 4, 2021
Looks like play-doh
Holy H$!!, this is an actual brand?
Now what made u think gorilla glue would be good for hair- 😭 pic.twitter.com/44MAObX8Yj
— orgasm🏳️🌈 (@angieseyy) February 4, 2021
Handing off of the torch
This even got Bernie out of his chair. We’re impressed.