No Soup for You

Contents: Meaning | Origin | Spread


What does No Soup for You mean?

No soup for you refers to a memorable catchphrase from an episode from the situational comedy series Seinfeld.

Online, it is used as a reaction image macro for denying something someone is demanding or asking for, like the detailed location, that is referred to as I’m at Soup.

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What's the origin of No Soup for You?

“No soup for you” originates from the Season 7 Episode 6 of Seinfeld, which first aired on November 2nd, 1995.

The episode depicts a soup kitchen, which has very strict rules, the ignorance of which results in customers being denied their soups with the line “No soup for you”.

The episode was inspired by a Manhattan soup kitchen’s chef Ali Yeganeh.

Spread and Usage

How did No Soup for You spread?

“No soup for you” became an iconic catchphrase among fans of the series already in the 90’s and it spread further with the rising prominence of the internet in the 2000’s.

The catchphrase was first defined on Urban Dictionary on June 30th, 2004.

Since then, references to the meme became frequent on the web, appearing on countless sites, including 4chan, YTMND, Facebook, Twitter as well as Cheezburger, Tumblr, 9GAG and FunnyJunk.

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