Hello Yoshi from Super Mario
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Hello Yoshi from Super Mario, is a four-panel comic format that shows two characters greeting each other before humorously turning into deformed versions of themselves in the third and fourth panel.
On July 6th, 2019, Twitter user and professional Smash player Mew2King posted a four-panel image showing a Chocobo meeting Yoshi, with Yoshi turning into Fat Yoshi in the final panel (shown below). The tweet gained over 8,300 retweets and 29,000 likes (shown below).
The meme is a takeoff from a popular variation of Hey Beter edits in which character B addresses character A by their full name. For example, one of the more popular edits has Peter saying "Hello Elmo from Sesame Street" (shown below).
Over the following months, the format spread to include various characters from other franchises. For example, on July 10th, Twitter user @GBASPGamer made the meme using King DeDeDe from Kirby and Riku from Kingdom Hearts, gaining over 380 retweets and 900 likes (shown below, left). On September 29th, Redditor Stefffe28 posted the meme using Zote from Hollow Knight in /r/videogamedunkey (shown below, right).
Other examples strayed from using the "fat" versions of characters for the punchline. Twitter user @triplekyun posted the meme showing Maki from Live Love Live and Ryuko from Kill La Kill turning into Shadow and Knuckles from Sonic the Hedgehog, gaining over 2,000 retweets and 7,000 likes (shown below, left). User @ZebritasMartinex made the meme using characters from Frozen and Jojo's Bizarre Adventure (shown below, right).
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