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This Is Your Badness Level

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About

This Is Your Badness Level, continued It's Unusually High For Someone Your Size, is a quote from the 2002 Disney film Lilo & Stitch spoken by Lilo to Stitch as she shows him a graph measuring his "badness level." The scene was screenshotted and turned into a two-panel exploitable meme as early as 2011. The scene inspired redraws over the following years depicting characters from a variety of media franchises showing villainous characters their badness levels.

Origin

On June 21st, 2002, Lilo & Stitch premiered in theaters. In one scene, Lilo and Stitch attend dinner at a luau, where Lilo shows Stitch a graph that looks like an outline of his body filled most of the way up with red, measuring his "badness level." She says, "This is your badness level. It's unusually high for someone your size. We have to fix that" (shown below).



The scene was screenshotted and turned into memes over the following years. On October 20th, 2011, it was turned into a stacked two-panel meme and posted to Tumblr[1] page thedisneyprincess, gaining over 4,200 notes in 11 years (shown below, left). A similar version of the meme was posted to now-deleted Tumblr page esperandoviraratouca that year, reuploaded to weheartit[15] (shown below, right).


THE DISNEYPRINCESS.TUMBUL.COM This is you, and this is your badness level. It is unusually high för someone your size. BAD delightfuldiSney.tumblr.com OGOD BAD This is your badness level. It's unusually high for someone your size. We have to fix that.

Spread

The scene became the subject of redraws and memes over the course of the following decade. On December 29th, 2011, Deviant Art[2] user Street-Angel posted a drawing based on characters from the Mortal Instruments series referencing the scene, gaining over 24,000 views and 840 favorites in 11 years (shown below, left). She posted a sequel[3] to the image the next day, gaining over 600 favorites and 19,000 views in the same span of time (shown below, right).


BAD ASS SA

On June 4th, 2018, Redditor sovngardes posted a piece of Dungeons & Dragons inspired art referencing the scene to /r/DnD,[4] gaining over 6,200 upvotes in four years (shown below). The art was commissioned by Twitter[5] artist @jeinu, who posted it to the site on June 6th.


Good Bad This is your badness level. JEINU 2018 It's unusually high for someone your size. We have to fix that. JEINU 2018

On May 24th, 2020, YouTuber WildNEO posted a voice dubbed version of a comic referencing the scene with Steven Universe characters originally by Tumblr[14] artist darkiart, gaining over 369,000 views in two years (shown below).



On July 30th, 2020, Tumblr[6][7] users cutetanuki-chan and tothineownelfbetrue posted versions of the scene using characters from the novel "The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue" and the show Disenchantment respectively, gaining over 1,800 notes and 130 notes in two years (shown below, left and right).


«This is your dumbness level. It's unusually high for someone your size.» THIS IS YOUR BADNESS LEVEL IT'S UNUSUALLY HIGH FOR SOMEONE YOUR SIZE. WHAT PART OF DEMON DON'T YOU UNDERSTAND?

On December 14th, 2020, Instagram[9] user avatar_the.last_airbender posted a piece of art by Instagram[10] user traspais referencing the scene with Avatar: The Last Airbender characters, gaining over 31,600 likes in just over a year (shown below, left). On May 29th, 2021, Instagram[8] user ak_comics posted a redraw of the scene referencing the Venom: Let There Be Carnage, gaining over 15,000 likes in 10 months (shown below, right).


This is you, and this is your badness level. GooD BAD It's unusually high for someone your size.

On June 14th, artist briannacherrygarcia posted a redraw of the scene using characters from the Loki TV series to Instagram[11] and Deviant Art,[12] gaining over 134,000 likes on the former and 825,000 views and 2,000 favorites on the latter in nine months (shown below).


GOOD BAD "This is your badness level." BRIANNA CHERRYGARCIA "It's unusually high for a god of mischief."

On December 11th, Twitter[13] artist @redundantz posted a version of the scene referencing the League of Legends series Arcane, gaining over 7,000 likes and 1,600 retweets in three months (shown below).


ce GoOD BAD This is your badness level SID Redundante It's unusually high for someone of your size. We have to fix that.

Various Examples


THIS IS YOU. THIS IS YOUR BADNESS LEVEL, O=GOOD N BAD IT'S UNUSUALLY HIGH FOR SOMEONE YOUR SIZE. WE HAVE TO FIX THAT. MAGEZIANOTUMBLR.COM THEDBNEYPRNCE SSTLMBUiCOM This is you, and this is your badness level. It is unusually high for someone your size. BAD This is you, and this is your badness level [Good bad We need to change some things STAKS ING OGood DBAP This is you and this is your badness level. It's unusually high even for a Loki, we have to fix that.

Search Interest

External References

[1] Tumblr – thedisneyprincess

[2] Deviant Art- badness level 1

[3] Deviant Art – badness level 2

[4] Reddit – DnD

[5] Twitter – jeinu

[6] Tumblr – cutetanuki-chan

[7] Tumblr – tothineownelfbetrue

[8] Instagram – ak_comics

[9] Instagram – What level of badness do you think Zuko is

[10] Instagram – traspais

[11] Instagram – briannacherrygarcia

[12] Deviant Art – briannacherrygarcia

[13] Twitter – redendantz

[14] Tumblr – darkiart

[15] Weheartit – esperando virar a touca

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