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$600 Stimmy is a slang expression for the proposed $600 stimulus check for United States citizens as a means of relief from the economic downturn as a result of the coronavirus. People mocked the proposed stimulus, believing it to be well below the needed funds to make up for months of financial hardship.
Rumors of the agreement began appearing on social media in early December. On December 8th, 2020, Twitter  user @CrossingJasmine tweeted the earliest known usage of the phrase "$600 Stimmy," They wrote, "They talking about a $600 stimmy and that low ass number is making me mad" (shown below).
On December 16th, 2020, CNN reported that congress was working on a $900 billion coronavirus relief package that included a proposed stimulus package that would grant individuals $600.
That day, U.S. representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted a poll about whether or not a $600 check was enough. Based on 889,813 votes, 62% of voters said "Hell no." The post received more than 32,000 likes and 10,000 retweets in less than one week (shown below).
On December 16th, 2020, Twitter user @Keywito tweeted, "$600 stimmy? yea these niggas better hope I don't get powers the 21st cuz this my origin story." The tweet received more than 220,000 likes and 29,000 retweets in less than two days (shown below).
On December 15th, 2020, Twitter user @brandonjamar_ tweeted a You've Heard of Elf on a Shelf meme, featuring Timmy on a Stimmy." The tweet received more than 79,000 likes and 15,000 retweets in less than one week (shown below, left).
On December 17th, Twitter user @EasyMoneyShad tweeted several Amazon listings of machines for creating phony credit cards. They captioned the post, "A $600 stimmy can take yo far fr." The tweet received more than 74,000 likes and 13,000 retweets in less than 24 hours (shown below, right).