Ok Now Type "Kill Yourself Loser" / "KYS Loser"
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Ok Now Type "Kill Yourself Loser" or Ok Now Type "KYS Loser" refers to a series of memes, including redraws, depicting two characters at a computer, one typing and the other urging the typist to write, "KYS loser" to someone online. The original meme, which shows two kittens at a computer, was posted to Twitter in August 2022 and became the subject of redraws in the following months, often photoshopping the kittens or replacing them with characters from various fandoms. The catchphrase is also used as a general caption in similar, one-off memes besides redraws.
On August 8th, 2022, Twitter user @literallymecats posted an image macro showing two cats at a computer, one typing and one standing behind the typist. The meme is captioned, "ok ok now type 'kill yourself loser.'" The post gained over 8,100 likes in eight months.
The meme gained viral spread over the following months as people began redrawing it and making new variants. On August 17th, 2022, Twitter user @saltiecattos posted an image from The Owl House writing, "'oo! oo! now write ‘kys’!!!'" garnering over 5,300 likes in eight months. On September 10th, Twitter user @notnaruse posted a piece of Deltarune fan art redrawing the meme, garnering over 3,400 likes in seven months (shown below).
On October 14th, Tumblr user slaughterfreak posted a similar version of the meme referencing Deltarune, garnering over 2,500 notes in six months. On December 15th, Redditor Idesignrealducks posted a similar meme to /r/OMORI referencing the game Omori, garnering over 4,000 upvotes in four months (shown below, left). On December 28th, Twitter user @goobysart posted a redraw that gained over 11,000 likes in the same rough span of time (shown below, right).
On January 4th, 2023, Twitter user @annadeathbed posted a similar meme that garnered over 5,100 likes in three months (shown below).
 Twitter – literallymecats
 Twitter – saltiecattos
 Tumblr – slaughterfreak
 Reddit – Idesignrealducks
 Twitter – annadeathbed
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