I Don’t Care That You Broke You’re Elbow

Contents: Meaning | Origin | Spread

Meaning


What does I Don’t Care That You Broke You’re Elbow mean?

I don’t care that you broke your elbow, also referred to as You know what? I’m gonna say it is a popular video and image macro meme, spread around on sites like Twitter, YouTube, Vine and TikTok.

The video depicts a classic Weeb Beta Male saying Something Controversial Yet So Brave.

Online, the You know what? I’m gonna say it image macro is used in a similar fashion to the I’m About to End This Man’s Whole Career meme.

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Origin


What's the origin of I Don’t Care That You Broke You’re Elbow?

The original video was uploaded to Vine by Andrew Proctor on June 28th, 2015, depicting a high school student saying You know what? I’m about to say it. “I don’t care that you broke your elbow”.

It was uploaded to YouTube by fourfoxten two days later, on June 30th, 2015, under the title I don’t care that you broke your elbow (Widescreen).

Spread and Usage


How did I Don’t Care That You Broke You’re Elbow spread?

The video’s popularity surged in July 2015; however, it was quickly forgotten for a while.

The “I don’t care that you broke your elbow” guy was brought back to the state of virality in March 2017, when image macros, sharing opinions started to appear on Twitter.

An early example of the meme was uploaded to the social media site by @pfharcyde on March 20th.

In the following month numerous other image macro iterations of the meme were shared on Twitter, 9GAG, me.me and YouTube.

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