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You May Have Outsmarted Me, But I Outsmarted Your Outsmarting

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You May Have Outsmarted Me, But I Outsmarted Your Outsmarting

You May Have Outsmarted Me, But I Outsmarted Your Outsmarting is a memorable translation of a line of dialogue spoken by Joseph Joestar in the anime series JoJo's Bizarre Adventure. Since airing in Japan in 2013, the phrase and a screenshot featuring it have gained significant popularity online outside the JoJo fandom, frequently referenced in image macros and post text. In February 2013, JoJo's Bizarre Adventure Episode 17 aired on Japanese television. The image saw a rise to popularity in the years to follow, particularly in the anime community. By 2020 the phrase began taking off on its own, used in post titles and text memes completely unrelated to JoJo's Bizarre Adventure to describe someone being outsmarted. The meme is erroneously known as jostar outsmarted me meme, jojo outsmarted your outsmarting meme, jojo joseph outsmarted the outsmarting meme, jojo you may have outsmarted me meme
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