Kratos Mispronouncing In Spanish Sad Kratos Speech Bubble Meme.

Kratos Mispronouncing In Spanish

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Kratos Mispronouncing In Spanish, also known as Sad Kratos Speech Bubble, refers to a two-panel exploitable meme template showing God of War character Kratos looking over his shoulder, seeing an image macro and then mispronouncing it in a speech bubble with the mispronunciation sounding Spanish. The original meme was created by Instagram user absolutenutcase162 in late 2022. The format trended en masse on Brazilian iFunny in 2023, as the mispronunciations originally sounded Portuguese. The format resurfaced on Twitter / X in 2024.

Origin

On November 29th, 2022, Instagram[1] user @absolutenutcase162 posted a four-panel comic using a scene from God of War: Chains of Olympus known in memes as the "Press O to abandon your daughter" scene.[2][3] In the meme, Kratos turns over his shoulder to see SpongeBob and turns back to say, "sponge bop." Over two years, the meme earned roughly 40,000 likes (shown below).


of course, i will never leave you again sponge bop kratos, my long lost father, has finally returned @absolutenutcase162

Spread

On April 27th, 2023, Brazilian iFunnier[4] @_WhatsApp_2 posted a two-panel version of the template that was translated, reading, "bope esponcha," gaining over 4,600 smiles in a year (shown below, left). "Bope Esponcha" then trended as a meme, evident in a variant meme shared by Brazilian iFunnier[5] @Leiriaxz on April 28th, 2024, receiving over 6,900 smiles over the same timeframe (shown below, right).


bope esponcha Bope Esponcha!

On June 10th, 2023, Brazilian iFunnier[6] @canibalismo posted a new iteration that showed Kratos mispronouncing the app CapCut as "quepicãti," gaining over 4,800 smiles in 11 months (shown below, left). On June 12th, X[7] user @shitpostverdade reposted the meme, gaining over 3,400 likes in 11 months.

Viral iterations persisted on Brazilian iFunny[8] going into 2023 (example shown below, right).


R CapCut quepicãti B of Kwai cauai seu épi de vidius curtos

On April 27th, 2024, Instagram[9] user @thebruisser posted an iteration with Skrillex, reading, "escriles," receiving over 2,400 likes in a month (shown below, left). On May 26th, 2024, X[10] user @CigarroWassap2 reposted the meme, gaining over 40,000 likes in five days.

Going into late May 2024, the format received numerous iterations on X, such as one shared by X[11] user @tortadefrango67 on May 29th, 2024, showing Kratos mispronouncing "Snoopy" as "ESNUPI," receiving over 98,000 likes in two days (shown below, right).


escriles ESNUPD

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S misterbis Oyinyelposting ISQUILETI flain

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