He is a video game character affiliated with the Sonic the Hedgehog series. Sonic is the speedy type, while Knuckles is slower but stronger. Versions of Knuckles have since appeared in various videos, most notably singing. Through an app called VRChat, a virtual reality social game. With a 3D model in place, users were able to populate VRChat with countless Ugandan Knuckles, all saying the same phrase and sometimes making clucking sounds, an apparent imitation of the sounds that are part of southern African languages. In one YouTube video, a version of Knuckles is shown wearing what appears to be blackface with the image of a watermelon across its chest.
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The Ugandan Knuckles, 'do you know de wey' meme explained
Urban Dictionary: Do you know da wae
Top definition. The best way to kick off is by creating a meme based off sonic!! In this game you go around making friends with the many other players. You can also change your character into practically anything from anime girls to Scooby Dooby Doo himself. This meme is of a sonic character named Knuckles. Basically you are from Uganda and warship the devil.
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DO yOu KnOw Da WaE
Top definition. Do you know da wae. Possibly the January Meme of the Month, "Do you know da wae" has taken the world by storm. Many brave, Ugandan Warriors formed by a group of Knuckles, which is a Sonic character, follow around people on VRChat , asking if they know the way. They find queens to follow, and if they find a false queen, they make spit sounds.
Ugandan Knuckles is the nickname given to a depiction of the character Knuckles from the Sonic franchise created by YouTuber Gregzilla, which is often used as an avatar by players in the multiplayer game VRChat who repeat phrases like "do you know the way" and memes associated with the country Uganda, most notably the film Who Killed Captain Alex? The character is associated with the expression "do you know the way", which is typically spoken in a mock African accent and phonetically spelled as "do you know de wey. Unsuspecting VRchat users fall victim to Ugandan Knuckles "promise" of showing "de wey".