This is Sewious!

This is Sewious!

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Updated Mar 05, 2014 at 04:01PM EST by Brad.

Added Jul 18, 2010 at 08:03PM EDT by Linage.

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Where did this meme come from?:

This is Sewious! is from a kid show on nickelodeon called “Wonder Pets” and there 3 animals that go around helping other animals in the show.

At age 3, Ming-Ming is an overconfident young duckling. As a superhero, she wears a leather pilot’s helmet, goggles, and a green cape. Unlike the other Wonder Pets, she has the ability to fly. She can also speak “bird”, allowing her to talk to other birds that the Wonder Pets encounter. Ming-Ming also believes that her great-grandfather was an eagle. Ming-Ming sometimes tries to take on big problems by herself and in one episode (“Save the Duckling”) she even becomes the animal that needed rescuing. Ming-Ming often provides comic relief in the show. Ming-Ming is voiced by Danica Lee in the United States version (Kaya Alexander in the UK Version). When Lee auditioned for the role, she pronounced “R” sounds as “W” sounds (as in “This is Se-wious!”). The producers said that Lee’s speech impediment had an endearing quality and that young children commonly mispronounce certain sounds. Some parents have criticized Ming-Ming’s speech pattern, but consultants for the show point out that many characters in children’s programs have childlike speech patterns.

What variations exist?:
-This is sewious!
– This is serious!
– This is sewius!

How is it used?:

This meme is great for people who think what they have to say is important or serious. But really everyone just thinks he’s a whiner or rager so they reply back with. “This is Sewious!” basically like “Cool Story Bro!”.

It’s meant as sarcasm as you don’t really think its serious.

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