Honey You’ve Got A Big Storm Coming


What does Honey You’ve Got A Big Storm Coming mean?

Honey, you’ve got a big storm coming is a reaction meme based on the VHS footage of a middle-aged woman filmed in a studio.

The bad acting of the lady on the video and the absurd take after her line made the skit the target of various jokes, eventually becoming the theme of reaction images and GIFs.

These reaction images are usually utilized to express superiority or infinite wisdom over somebody else.


What's the origin of Honey You’ve Got A Big Storm Coming?

The original video was created by Sarantos Studios, an acting class which was supervised and maintained by Ted Sartantos.

The studio was mostly working with improv skit footage, with many of the takes becoming meme templates over the years, after they got uploaded on the internet.

Honey, you’ve got a big storm coming was part of a series that featured various amateur actors uttering the scripted line “you could stop at five or six stores”.

Spread & Usage

How did Honey You’ve Got A Big Storm Coming spread?

Similarly to other memes inspired by Sarantos Studios, like John I want a divorce, the original video initially started to spread on Reddit, precisely within the r/Cringe subreddit.

Following that, many other subreddits started to feature the lady saying honey, you’ve got a big storm coming in various memes. Eventually the reaction memes landed on other sites like Tumblr or Twitter.

In 2016, YouTuber BogiwandiRamen uploaded a video-edit of you’ve got a big storm coming, featuring a blast footage at the end of the video, generating over 108.000. plays over the years.

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