You’ve probably seen this image of ‘Baby Yoda sipping soup’ all over your Instagram feed this weekend. The little guy/gal appeared on the Disney + series, The Mandalorian, on Friday.
Ever since then, the Internet has done what it does best and made the adorable little creature into some amazing memes.
Baby Yoda and his soup is the new sipping tea meme. I’ve said it. pic.twitter.com/pxPTd8kxEw— Mando the Bounty Hunter (@AdoptedBabyYoda) November 29, 2019
“kermit sipping tea” walked so “baby yoda sipping soup” could run pic.twitter.com/WwgIbn00eX— benji with the good hair (@sevenbenjisins) November 30, 2019
me watching my roommate getting ready to go out for the night pic.twitter.com/xZaA29pSpq— JOHNNY SIBILLY (@JohnnySibilly) November 30, 2019
Baby Yoda parties till dawn pic.twitter.com/jkWfobkSOI— The Q Files Pod 👻 Lana Del Gay 🏳️🌈 (@McClellandShane) December 1, 2019
But our personal favourite is the one about Baby Yoda being your mum at Christmas. You know what we’re talking about, right? Your mum is sat on the sofa drinking tea on Christmas morning, she’s wearing her boujee new dressing gown, and she’s watching coyly as you open your gift from her. As you rip off the festive paper, you discover it’s the one gift you asked for but she said she wasn’t going to get you. You look over to her and she’s got the exact same smug face as Baby Yoda, hasn’t she?
Every Mom on Christmas morning watching you open presents: pic.twitter.com/m7hI1qYoVz— Julie Benson (@TheJulieBenson) November 29, 2019
It also reminded us of this incredible meme:
Back to Baby Yoda for a second, we’re calling him/her that, but we’re not totally sure that’s the right way of putting it.
Luckily Entertainment Tonight asked writer, producer, and Star Wars collaborator David Filoni whether ‘Baby Yoda’ is an accurate name for this snuggly little creature, and he said yes and no basically. Great…
“That’s fine,” David said. “All part of the mystery.”
So to sum up... please don’t come for me on Twitter because I don’t know much about Star Wars.
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