Beep Beep Lettuce

Contents: Meaning | Origin | Spread

Meaning


What does Beep Beep Lettuce mean?

Beep beep lettuce is the catchphrase from a series of exploitable images, featuring Max and Ruby from the Nick Jr. series.

The original format of the meme involves Ruby, dressed up in a gown asking Ruby how she looks.

Max – who only ever says three words per episode – replies “beep beep lettuce”.

The three words phrase has become a favored catchphrase on several message boards.

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Origin


What's the origin of Beep Beep Lettuce?

The template of the meme – depicting Ruby in her precious gown and tiara – comes from the Max and Ruby Episode The Glass Slipper, which aired on January 10th, 2010.

The first image macro was uploaded to Tumblr by daddymoseby in 2016.

Spread and Usage


How did Beep Beep Lettuce spread?

Following 2016, the meme would be repeatedly remixed and edited, creating new variations, appearing on Tumblr and Reddit.

In 2017, YouTube videos with the title “beep beep lettuce” would also get uploaded to the platform.

“Beep beep lettuce” was first defined on Urban Dictionary in 2016.

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Published: 04/26/2021 by | Last updated: 04/26/2021 | 52 views | Report error



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