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April 26: Felicia Will Never Love You 3000 Like Tony


On this day in meme history, the cult classic movie “Friday” gave the internet its favorite dismissive goodbye with, “Bye Felicia.” The unfinished phrase “What Is This I Don’t Even” began its wildfire-like spread across social media, used to express confusion. Finally, Tony Stark’s heartwrenching show of love to his daughter with “I Love You 3000” made the entire internet weep, becoming a term of endearment for many.
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Bye Felicia: Never Let Her Borrow A Joint

In 1995, “Friday” was released in theaters on this day, becoming a cult classic over the years since. In one memorable scene, Ice Cube’s character Craig refuses to give a girl named Felicia a joint, dismissing her with a “Bye Felicia.” The quote became the standout moment from the film as it gained cult status online, adopted by users around social media as a way of dismissing someone’s opinion that’s still referenced today. Read more.
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What Is This I Don't Even: You Don’t Even What?

In 2007, a user of the Paheal Rule 34 imageboard posted a piece of NSFW “Family Guy” artwork with the filename “What Is This I Don’t Even.” The term was defined on Urban Dictionary that same day and spread over the next few years as people started using it in comments, reaction memes and image macros to express confusion towards anything and everything, often sparking further confusion from people wondering where the rest of the sentence went. Read more.
 
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I Love You 3000: I’m Not Crying, You’re Crying

In 2019, “Avengers: Endgame” was released in theaters, marking the conclusion of “The Avengers” trilogy of movies. In one scene, a hologram of the deceased Tony Stark, aka Iron Man, tells his daughter, “I love you 3000,” becoming one of the most heartwrenching moments in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and sparking tons of fan art and theories as to what it means. The line was apparently improvised by Robery Downie Jr. and is an actual thing he says to his children. Read more.
 
 
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