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Hey Birdy It’s Ok Birdy Meme

Hey Birdy, it’s ok Birdy is a trending meme on TikTok.

The meme is also known as “Hey Birdie, it’s okay Birdie” or “It’s okay Birdie”.

The meme is usually paired with a caption that describes someone’s vulnerability.

It’s commonly used in these niches—relationships, siblings, students, and friends.

This article contains the origin of the “Hey Birdy it’s ok Birdy” meme (It’s okay Birdie), the Nanalan episode, the video template, and more.

Hey Birdy It’s Ok Birdy Meme

The Hey Birdy It’s Ok Birdy comes from a Children’s television series called Nanalan.

Jamie Shannon and Jason Hopley created Nanalan in 1999.

The series was aired on Nickelodeon in the US and YTV/CBC in Canada on February 9, 2000.

The “Hey Birdy It’s Ok Birdy” clip is taken from the episode, “Under My Wing” (aired on Sep 3, 2004).

In the episode, Mona, Nana, and Russell nurture a bird back to health.

The most popular meme on TikTok using the clip was posted by @mylittle_mnelli on TikTok.

The video was captioned “Trying to stop your sibling from crying after you beat them up before your mom comes”.

It got over 12 million views, 2 million likes, and 18,000 comments.

Hey Birdie It’s Okay Birdie meme template

You can replace the green screen with a bedroom or a living room.

Place the characters on a bed, couch, or chair to create a realistic scenario.

You must also add a relatable caption to complete the meme.

The niches you can use are relationships, siblings, students, and friends.

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