This is why you keep seeing Kermit the Frog everywhere
Another day, another frog meme.
This time around, social media users have been sharing a photo of a cloaked Kermit the Frog (dressed as the Sith Lord from "Star Wars") looking at the normal version of himself.
The first instance of this photo being used as a meme (that we know of) happened on Nov. 6:
From there, people began sharing the photo like crazy. Twitter users altered the captions so the Sith Kermit encouraged Normal Kermit to indulge himself in lazy or inappropriate behavior:
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This isn't the first time a photo of Kermit the Frog has been turned into a meme.
A photo of Kermit the Frog sipping Lipton Tea has been dubbed the "that's none of my business" meme, to be used sarcastically after making an insulting remark in the caption.
According to KnowYourMeme.com, the exact origin is not clear, but it seems to have started on Instagram in early 2014.
Eventually, the meme evolved to simply using a frog emoji and a coffee emoji after the statement.
Here are some examples of that meme:
It surged in popularity once again when the Good Morning America account mistakenly called the meme "Tea Lizard."
From there, Kermit has been declared the unofficial frog king of memes -- blocking out the insanely popular Pepe meme, which took a turn during the 2016 election after being repurposed as a hate symbol.