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Quandale Dingle Meme, Copypasta, and Real Person

Recently, people are going crazy about a person named “Quandale Dingle“.

It was originally an Instagram story of a Windows login screen showing the name in 2021.

The person added this caption to the story, “who tf goofy ass name is this bruh”.

Since then, the meme has spread all around the internet including on YouTube, TikTok, and Twitter.

Many people are trying to find who the real Quandale Dingle is.

In this article, you’ll learn what the Quandale Dingle meme means, its copypasta/lyrics, and whether he’s a real person.

Quandale Dingle meme

The Quandale Dingle meme is about a person from a Windows login screen named “Quandale Dingle”.

A popular TikTok video of the meme includes a male with a big nose while a speech is playing in the background.

The male in the video is an edited photo of NBA Youngboy, an American rapper.

Apparently, that’s the most widespread photo of Quandale Dingle on the internet.

The speech that is playing in the background of the video is a copypasta.

The copypasta is about Quandale Dingle getting arrested for multiple crimes and his plan to escape prison.

Another popular sound on TikTok is the “Why did savesta79 get so viral” sound.

The meme is about showcasing something in the order of “least powerful” to “most powerful”.

The sound goes like this—Savesta, Kumalala, and Quandale Dingle.

Here’s an example of a showcase—Great White Shark, Whale Shark, and Megalodon.

In the last few seconds of the sound, “Quandale Dingle” is mentioned where the “most powerful” version of something is shown.

This meme template is very popular as #quandaledingle has over 1.4 billion views.

Quandale Dingle copypasta

  1. What’s up guys! It’s Quandale Dingle here! (RUUEHEHEHEHEHEEHE). I have been arrested for multiple crimes (AHHHHHHHHHHHHH) including battery on a police officer (WHAT), grand theft, declaring war on Italy, and public indecency (RUHEHEHEEHEHEHEHEHEHEHE X2 speed). I will be escaping prison on March 28th! After that, I will take over the world.
  2. What’s up guys, it’s Quandale Dingle here. I have been arrested for multiple crimes, including battery on a police officer, grand theft, declaring war on Italy, and public indecency. I will be escaping prison on March 28th. After that, I will take over the world.

Is Quandale Dingle a real person?

 Quandale Dingle real person

Yes, Quandale Dingle is a real person, and he plays for the Pennsauken Football team as #25.

That said, the most popular photo of Quandale Dingle on the internet is not the actual person.

Instead, it’s a photo of NBA (Never Broke Again) Youngboy sitting on a chair.

However, the photo is edited to make his nose look way bigger than it actually is.

Kentrell DeSean Gaulden, known as NBA YoungBoy, is an American rapper.

Apparently, a photo of him sitting on a chair went viral after someone edited his nose to make it bigger.

Since then, the photo has been used in various Quandle Dingle memes on TikTok and other social media platforms.

Quandale Dingle Football

The screenshot above shows “Quandale Dingle #25” as part of the Pennsauken Football team.

This was taken from the High School Sports website by NJ.com, a digital news content provider in New Jersey.

Quandle Dingle has a couple of game logs and he plays the RB (running back) and LB (linebacker) positions.

There is a photo of him on the internet wearing the #25 jersey.

On March 7, 2022, A TikTok user, @fitnesscf posted videos of him contacting Quandle Dingle.

However, it’s unconfirmed if the person in the video is actually him.

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