Weird Flex But Ok , also known as Odd Flex But Ok , is a catchphrase used to refute an explanation or boast that some would describe as more negative than positive. The earliest known usage of the phrase was posted by Twitter  user finnfeighery on December 31st, They responded to a tweet by human rights activist Malala with the phrase shown below. Over the next year, more people began responding to various social media posts with the expression. On September 27th, The Daily Dot  published a listicle about the phrase. View All Images.
Tired of Typos? Get Help Now! Weird or odd flex but OK is a snarky , mocking internet slang response to when someone brags about something deemed unusual, bizarre, baffling, or questionable. The phrase weird flex but OK was apparently born where a lot of things are born nowadays: Twitter. According to the meme-sleuths at Know Your Meme , on December 31, user finnfeighery responded to a tweet posted by the activist Malala Yousafzai with weird flex but OK.
To flex means to move or contract the muscles; flexing the biceps in your arm, for example, makes them appear more prominent, and so often we flex as a pose to indicate strength, as in front of a camera or mirror. The former actress has already flexed her muscles while fulfilling her royal duties since announcing her engagement to Prince Harry last November. The internet and social media has consequently picked up the word to refer to figurative acts of flexing, when we show off for our audience. Hezonja was feeling himself after the dunk and made a point to step over Giannis, who had fallen to the ground after the block attempt.
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