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"So Done" is an Internet slang expression used to indicate a sense of exasperation, defeat or overwhelming emotion. Online, the phrase and its variations are typically paired with animated GIFs of frustrated looking subjects, in a similar vein to other reaction image series like "nope" and "I can't even".
The use of the phrase "so done" in the context of emotional of physical exhaustion may have originated with the idiom "stick a fork in me. I'm done," which references the cooking practice of sticking a fork into a piece of food to determine if it has been cooked long enough. On July 1st, 2009, Free Dictionary Forums user Kat submitted a thread asking if variations of the phrase "I am so done" were grammatically correct.
On November 30th, 2012, FunnyJunk user asdasdddede posted an animated GIF titled "No, Fuck This, I Am So Done," featuring a bot fly larva crawling back into a person's scalp. On May 5th, 2014, an image of a cat climbing out of a lake titled "I'm So Done With Humans" was submitted to 9gag (shown below, left). On October 9th, the Yourreactiongifs Tumblr blog posted a black-and-white GIF of a man holding his hands up with the caption "#So Done" (shown below, right).
Mary Poppins Image Macro
On December 18th, 2012, Tumblr user Fuckyeahreactions posted a two-panel image of the titular protagonist from the 1964 musical fantasy film Mary Poppins flying away with the caption "no fuck this i am done / i am so done" (shown below, left). Over the next three years, the post gained over 730 notes. On December 15th, Tumblr user officialpika submitted an illustrated version featuring the character Cynthia from the Pokemon franchise (shown below, right).
On August 18th, 2014, Tumblr user theelka submitted an illustration of the character Ryuuhou from the manga and anime series Dramatical Murder in the style of the Mary Poppins image macro (shown below, left). On September 24th, 2015, Twitter user @Tinygeeh posted a variation featuring the video games character Kirby (shown below, right).
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