OKX to Close Up Shop, But We’ll Always Have the memes

It’s official: Oklahoma City-based hub for unforgettable memes and everything ‘OKX’ will shut its Canadian operations by March 24. It’s a real shame as Canadians once flocked to the unique destination to experience the wonderful and slightly ‘cringe-y’ culture OKX left behind. Here’s why it’s time to say goodbye:


OKX was home to some of the most outrageous meme experiences in the world. From the “Taco Cat” challenge to the “Bombolette” dance, you never knew what you were going to get when paying a visit to the OKX hub. While these memories will eventually fade over time, the hilarious moments and pictures will last a lifetime.

Where Is Everyone?

As much fun as OKX was, the sad truth is that attendance numbers have been in a steady decline ever since the hub’s early years of success. Sure, a few people still showed up from time to time, but they were far outnumbered by empty chairs and promotional paraphernalia. We may never know what caused the sharp reduction in visitors, but what we do know is that we’ll miss the good times we had with OKX.

Some Final Thoughts

It’s always sad when a place like OKX has to close its doors, but the good news is we can all take solace in the fact that we can still access the Internet to look up our favourite OKX moments. Plus, the good ol’ “Taco Cat” challenge will live on in our hearts and minds forever.

In Conclusion

At the end of the day, OKX will go down in history as one of the most unique and meme-tastic places Canada has ever seen. So here’s to the good times we all shared at OKX, and the valuable meme-ories we made along the way. We’ll always remember you, OKX!

Farewell, OKX!