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Oh No, It's Retarded
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“Oh No, It’s Retarded” is a four-panel black and white meme depicting a stick-figure character finding a small dog and calling it cute, only for the dog to utter something ridiculous, disturbing, or controversial. The character then says “Oh no... It’s retarded” in the next two frames. The meme originated as such, and is not taken from any source material. It is mostly used to ridicule or invalidate an opinion.
The meme was first posted in December 2014 as a standalone comic. In the original meme, the text in the first panel reads “hey look, a cute little dog”, and the dog mentions that the character grows several cancerous cells per year. Instead of the “Oh no, it’s retarded” text, the boy only appears to be saddened as the dog walks away. It wasn’t until July 2015 that the line would be first used, yet that was the line that cemented the comic’s meme status. The “Oh no, it’s retarded” meme is also (sometimes erroneously) referred to as: Aww look cute dog, retarded dog meme, cute retarded dog meme.
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