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Show Me What You Got

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Show Me What You Got

Show Me What You Got is a catchphrase originating from a 2015 episode of Rick and Morty where a floating alien head or cromulon demands to be shown what earth has. The scenes in which the cromulons utter the phrase became a common photoshop format where the alien heads were replaced with another head. It also became a reaction image to signify someone demanding something. In August 2015, Season 2 Episode 5 of Rick and Morty titled "Get Schwifty" premiered. In the episode, giant floating alien heads called cromulons enter earth's atmosphere and loudly say, "Show me what you got." The image quickly spread on Reddit and became a common photoshop image. The meme is erroneously known as cromulon show me what you got meme, rick and morty cromulon show me meme, show what you got cromulon meme, rick cromulon show what you got meme, show me rick and morty cromulon meme
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After your meme is created, press the "Save Meme"button.

This will either prompt you to save the image or automatically save the image to your downloads folder.

Then you can post your new meme to the internet!

Text can be selected by pressing on the text on the image or on the list of canvas objects. A textbox will appear where you can enter the text. Press enter/return to make a new line.

The text can also be customized by pressing the settings icon next to the textbox. You can change the font, font color, outline size, outline color, alignment, weight, background color, and the padding.

Images can be selected by pressing on the text on the image or on the list of canvas objects. A choose image button will appear where you can select an image from your device.

The images can also be customed by pressing the settings icon next to the choose image button. You can change the background color, the type (inline or background), and the padding.