Crocs is one of the most-talked-about shoe brands out there. So it’s no surprise that the brand has also generated plenty of memes over the years.
The rubber clog company has a cultlike fan base, which has anointed October “Croctober.” As Croctober continues, Crocs is kicking things up a notch today, Oct. 23, which the brand has dubbed Croc Day. Fans are encouraged to take to social media to celebrate all things Crocs using the hashtag “CrocDay.”
The strap on the classic Crocs clog can be worn either up (over the instep) or down (in back of the heel), a choice one Twitter user called “sports mode” versus “relaxed mode.”
“What Are Those?”
Back in the days when Vine was still a thing, top Viner Joey Gatto got 50 million views with a clip of his grandma saying, “They are my Crocs” in response to the question, “What are those?”
A tweet featuring a happy dog with a Croc on its head went mega-viral on Twitter in January.
In May, a TikTok craze that went viral centered around people putting shaving cream into their Crocs, then jamming their foot into a frothy Croc to produce an awesome splat.
An image of a man wearing black Crocs with spikes went viral on social media, spawning loads of spin-off memes.
An image of a little Croc man with shoes to match his body took Twitter by storm in July.
There are countless internet articles dedicated to explaining what a VSCO girl is. Essentially, it’s a playful term to mock popular suburban high school girls’ fashion trends. Now there are almost as many VSCO girl “starter pack” memes featuring Crocs.
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