Peepo is one of the most recognizable series of emotes in the world of online chat and gaming. Originating from the infamous Pepe the Frog meme, Peepo has evolved into a series of emotes used to express a wide range of emotions separating itself from Pepe. It could be argued that peepo is the more childlike version of Pepe.
From happy to sad, Peepo has become a staple in the communities of Discord and Twitch, where it is used to add personality and flavor to conversations. Peepoclap is one of hundreds of emotes based on the peepo template.
Whether you’re a seasoned gamer or just a casual chat participant, it’s likely that you’ve encountered Peepoclap in one form or another. But what exactly is Peepoclap, and how did it become such a popular part of internet culture? In this article, we’ll take a closer look at the origins and evolution of this iconic emote, and discover why it continues to be a favorite among users.
How did peepoclap originate?
Peepoclap is drawn in the style of other peepo emotes (like widepeepohappy), with clapping hands moving in a gif. Peepo is a descendant of Pepe the Frog and based on “Apu Apustaja”.
Peepoclap was uploaded by Sharkie_ on Jul 24, 2019, this doesn’t mean he or she drew it originally but as he or she is the first to upload, credit is given. Sharkie has upload a few emotes over the years, many of which based on sharks and a lot animated.
Interestingly, there haven’t been that many pepe or peepo emotes uploaded by Sharkie.
What does peepoclap mean?
There’s no big mystery when it comes to peepoclap, it’s just an emote to applaud someone. However, it can be used both sincerely and sarcastically and the context is used to determine which. The urban dictionary are ones who suggest it is sarcastic. Emoji.gg suggest peepoclap is clapping like a “retard”.