The meaning of this meme is exactly the same as the essence of the song from "The Irony of Fate." / p>
You don't need to explain the meme if no one knows about it.
Let's just get it straight so as not to get confused: it's not called "a black guy points his finger at his temple", not "you don't need (x) to (y) ", but simply Roll Safe .
The essence is a series of pictures with humorous captions about a not very rational and clever solution to any urgent problem or just some illogical things. Pictured above is actor Kayode Ewumi as Rhys Simpson (aka Roll Safe ) from The Hood Documentary. Keyod plays there a clear-cut kid from a disadvantaged area of London, rapper MC R.S. In each episode, Roll Safe explains for different aspects of his difficult life, namely this one tells about the relationship with his (actually not quite his) girlfriend Rachel. Watch the famous shot from 1:20.
The operator asks Roll Safe if his girls mind, to which our smart boy replies: "I think Rachel is beautiful cuz she's got good brains" - "I think Rachel is beautiful because she knows how to work well with her head." Then, accordingly, we already know the gesture.
The meme itself, in the form in which we see it, appeared on Twitter of jokers about football @FootyHumour already on November 15, 2016.
“When you're deliberately trying to offend her so that she goes to bed at 6 pm, and you would play FIFA the rest of the time. "
Footy Humor on Twitter
But it became popular in January- February after two other tweets, which garnered 18k and 47k retweets.
"Have you noticed that tweets from 'all men are goats' have decreased by 70 percent as February approached?" (14th hint)
"You can't run out of money if you don't follow your bank account"
And, actually, it started, Twitter picked it up, Forchan took it, VK, as usual, inaccurately altered.
This meme is often used to joke about bad decisions and lack of critical thinking.
Finding out from the search:
This is a screenshot of Kayode Ewumi smiling (not sure how it is spelled in Russian) as Reece Simpson, also known as (“Roll Safe”) in Hood Documentary.