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But That's None of My Business Meme


"But That's None of My Business" is a sarcastic expression used as a postscript to an insult or disrespectful remark said towards a specific individual or group. The phrase was popularized through an image macro series featuring Kermit the Frog from The Muppets and punchlines poking fun at a wide range of faux-pas and questionable behaviors in everyday social situations.


As early as January 2014, Instagram users began posting captioned images of Kermit the Frog with the hashtag “#kermitmemes” (shown below, left). On June 17th, the earliest known Kermit image macro including the phrase “that’s none of my business” was highlighted by the @kermitbelike Instagram feed in a post mocking delusional women described as being "ratchet" (shown below, right).

Kermit the Frog meme staring out of a car with a somber expression after driving next to the person who wouldn't let him pass lanesKermit the Frog sipping milkshake with a straw after seeing weave tracks in someone's hair


On June 20th, the @thatsnoneofmybusinesstho Instagram feed was created, which highlights pictures of Kermit the Frog with "none of my business" captions. In the first four days, the feed gained over 130,000 followers.

GUESS Y'ALL NOT FUCKING WITH THIS DUDE NOMORE, BUTYOU KNOW, THAT'S NONE OF MY BUSINESS..!" Kermit the Frog Miss Piggy text photo caption technology organism

On the same day, Twitter users began tweeting jokes using the hashtags #NoneOfMyBusiness and #Kermit, reaching over 19,000 and 11,000 mentions in the first four days respectively according to the Twitter analytics site Topsy.

Tweets per day: #NoneOfMyBusiness and #Kermit May 25th-June 24th 10K 8K 6K 4K 2K 5/28 5/30 6/2 6/5 6/8 6/14 6/20 6/23 ANALYTICS BYTOPSY #NoneOfMyBusiness 19,025 Kermit 11,689 Kermit the Frog text line font

On June 22nd, 2014, the single topic blog "Kemit the Snitch" was launched on Tumblr, which highlights notable examples from the image macro series. The first post featured a photograph of Kermit the Frog drinking a glass of iced tea with a caption mocking men who wear fake Jordan sneakers (shown below).


On the following day, YouTuber Bugatti Beez uploaded a video of Kermit the Frog reading notable "But Thats None Of My Business" examples (shown below). In the first 24 hours the video gained over 100,000 views and 480 comments.


On June 20th, 2016, the meme saw a resurgence when Cleveland Cavaliers' LeBron James who led the team to earning its first NBA championship title in the franchise history, returned home wearing an “Ultimate Warrior” t-shirt and a cap embroidered with an image of Kermit the Frog sipping tea. That same day, James posted an Instagram of his meme-themed hat alongside the Larry O’Brien Trophy with the caption taunting his critics and skeptics:

kingjames 856k likes 18h kingjames They said u lost a step, wasn't explosive as once was, the best days was in the real view, questioned your drive, your leadership, your commitment, you don't have killer instinct, going back home is the worst mistake in your career, he got the coach fired, players traded, won't work between him and Kyrie, Him and Kev won't work, love your teammates to much, there's no way he can deliver a championship in his hometown, etc etc etc.... But guess what THATS NONE OF MY BUSINESS #StriveForGreatness #ThisOnelsForTheLand #PutSomeRespeckOnMyName Hahahaha!! Yes sir view all 42,322 comments michaelonak @medicinalmusick ifazeee Bro you lost 4 titles... Dwade, Ray allen, kyrie gave you the 3 you won... Kobe> Add a comment... The NBA Finals Cleveland Cavaliers

On June 21st, LeBron James' fashion statement was picked up by several news sites and sports blogs, including USA Today, Washington Post, GQ, New York Daily News and BarStoolSports, many of which underscored the celebrity athlete's sense of humor. Meanwhile, ABC's Good Morning America (GMA) chimed in on the emerging Crying Lebronphotoshop meme with a tweet asking the followers whether it should be counted among the ranks of other well-known memes in the sports world, in which Kermit the Frog's tea-sipping image was mislabeled with the hashtag #tealizard.

GMA Good Morning America @GMA Does #CryingLeBron join other meme greats like #tealizard, #CryingJordan and #smockin/ the mask? Tweet us! RETWEETS LIKES 7:52 AM-21 Jun 2016 Kermit the Frog Tea

In the following hours, GMA's tweet was met with a slew of snide remarks from those who noticed the misnomer #tealizard, as well as media coverage from The Verge, AOL, A.V. Club and Mashable.

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The Origins Of The Kermit Sipping Tea Meme

In the olden days, passive-aggression was a craft that had to be practiced and honed through years of precisely arched eyebrows, significant glances, and the occasional, lethal “Bless your heart.” But over time, as etiquette classes and generational vendettas fell out of fashion, and the internet and conflict-based reality TV came to occupy most of our time, we, as a society, needed a new way to brutally undercut someone while still maintaining an air of detached superiority. Enter the Kermit Sipping Tea meme.

Perhaps you’ve seen this Kermit meme peppering your Twitter and Facebook. He is pictured sipping a piping hot cup of Lipton tea while pointing out the hypocrisy or stupidity of a person or group — everything from people’s social media use, to Honey Boo Boo, to Russian meddling in the Presidential election has come under Kermit’s salty fire — before adding “But that’s none of my business.” Because Kermit mixes things up, but ultimately he’s above the fray.

So where did this salty muppet meme come from? Well, buckle in kids, while we journey through the complicated life of a meme.

According to the website, Kermit began popping up as a meme on Instagram in January 2014 with the tag #kermitmemes, but it wasn’t until June of that year that Kermit realized his true, judgmental calling. On June 20th, 2014, the @thatsnoneofmybusinesstho Instagram page was created, which featured various pictures of Kermit with the caption “But that’s none of my business.” In the first four days, the page gained over 130,000 followers. During those same four days on Twitter, #Kermit and #NoneOfMyBusiness reached 11,000 and 19,000 mentions respectively, and thus a viral meme was born.

All good memes must come to an end though, and by early 2015 it seemed tea-sipping Kermit would join the ranks of laughing Xzibit and sarcastic Willy Wonka. But then, in June 2016, the meme was reborn when the Cleveland Cavaliers beat the Golden State Warriors in the NBA playoffs. To celebrate and throw shade at the legions of skeptics who questioned whether the Cavaliers could beat the heavily favored Warriors, LeBron James donned a baseball cap embroidered with a picture of Kermit sipping tea. As Chris Plante at The Verge wrote: “The hat made James' message clear: 'We just beat the best team in basketball. But that’s none of my business.'"

Being worn by one of the greatest athletes of all time thrust Kermit back into the limelight, only to be immediately misused by the team at Good Morning America. In a tweet that sent the internet into a meme-fueled rage (at this point, is there any other kind?) the ABC morning show asked whether a picture of LeBron crying would join the pantheon of great memes, including Kermit. Unfortunately, GMA didn't seem to be familiar with Kermit sipping tea, and referred to him instead as #tealizard.

In no time, #tealizard, the bastardized child of Kermit sipping tea, morphed into an internet sensation of its own right, further muddying the already murky meme waters.

That, my friends, is the tale of Kermit sipping tea. It is a tale of intrigue, rebirth, and triumph. So the next time you want to throw shade at someone for leaving their dirty dishes on the counter even though the sink is LITERALLY RIGHT THERE, you have the perfect, mean, tea-sipping amphibian meme to deploy. I mean, sure, would confronting the situation like an adult instead of turning to passive aggressive memes be a more mature way to handle the situation? Maybe. #ButThatsNoneOfMyBusiness.

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Latest Texting Slang Every Parent Needs to Know


teen texting slang, TBH, HDM

At least once a year we update our texting chat acronyms (slang) list. This year the app Ask.Fm made that job a little easier and published the top acronyms teens use every day on their chat site. There are some we’ve never seen that are pretty clever. Thanks, for publishing this fresh list (1-20).

We’ve also included a huge list of terms (some new some previously published) your teen may also be using via text (Or hey, even the adults you know!). Keep your eye out for some of the riskier terms.

Thanks to all the readers (including teens) who continue to comment on our posts and send us notes on the acronyms we include on our lists. Your input keeps us on our toes and keeps our list fun and up-to-date. Happy texting to all and remember to be kind and keep it clean!

  1. PAP: Post a picture
  2. Bad: You’re hot.
  3. Ship: Short for relationship
  4. :3: A symbol meant to represent the cat face made by anime characters when they say something clever, sarcastic, or comment on something cute.
  5. IDEK: I don’t even know
  6. IKR: I know, right?
  7. OOTD: Outfit of the day
  8. SMH: Shaking my head
  9. Dime: The highest rating on a scale of 1-10; used to share approval or express how good something is
  10. THOT: That ho over there
  11. Netflix and chill: Code for hooking up
  12. Savage: Used to describe something that is hardcore or extreme, in a good way
  13. AF: As f***
  14. TBR: To be rude
  15. Peep: Can refer either to friends (your people), or to look at/listen to (e.g. peep this)
  16. Slept: Can refer to hitting someone hard enough to knock them out, missing out on something awesome, or to be extremely high
  17. GOAT: Greatest of all time
  18. No chill: Used to describe someone who is being irrational
  19. Likers get rate: A phrase that implies the original poster will rank anyone that likes/comments/answers a post, typically around how cool they are perceived to be or how they look; also used to incent followers to like posts to get something (usually indicated in the post) in return. (For more on the “like for rate” or “like for HDM” trend, see our blog post, #HDM: Decoding the Latest Wave of Teen Cyber Slang.)
  20. Frog emoji + coffee cup emoji: Based off a popular meme of Kermit the Frog drinking a cup of tea, teens use this emoji combo to sarcastically imply ‘but that’s none of my business’ or ‘I’m just saying’.

More Terms that You Need to Know:

TBH: To Be Honest
HDM: Honest Direct Message
SorryNotSorry (SNS): I meant what I said
F/U: Follow Up
2d4: To die for
511: Too Much Information
9: Parent is watching
99: Parent is no longer watching
CD9: Code 9; parents around
PLUR: Peace, Love, Unity, Respect
SNL: Same Night Lay or Slang for a one night stand
Youie: a selfie of another person
Belfie: A butt selfie.
4Q: F*** You
AF: As F***
DAFUQ: What the F***
AFU: All F***ed Up
Welfie: A workout selfie.
gotta dip: I’ve got to leave
werubn: where have you been?
DFTBA: Don’t Forget To Be Awesome
Nsfw: not safe for work (post will include nudity, etc.)
Pron: porn
thinspro, #secretsociety123 & #ana: anorexia
lmirl: let’s meet in real life
420: marijuana
CU46: see you soon for sex
YRIK: Yeah, Right, I Know; “I’m in agreement with you.”
YOLO: You Only Live Once. Often a term used for an unwise decision such as cutting class.
Dougie: To have a cool or hip style.
TBH: To Be Honest
YW: You’re Welcome
IGS: I Guess So
Born Stunna: Someone born with a lot of material things and flaunts it.
Fo’ Shizzle: For sure!
Inked Up:To have tattoos.
Screepy: A blend of “Scary” and “Creepy.”
BRB: Be Right Back
SMH: Shaking My Head
POD: Passed out Drunk
4YEO: For Your Eyes Only (a sexting term).shutterstock_201022229
MOS: Mom Over Shoulder
F2F: Face to Face
PRW: Parents Are Watching
PIR: Parents In Room
TDTM: Talk Dirty To Me
HATER: Person who expresses anger or jealously towards another person or group.
JBH: Just Being Honest
LBH: Let’s Be Honest or Loser Back Home
TBBH: To Be Brutally Honest
SMEXI: Smart and Sexy
IMO: In My Opinion
GOMB: Get Off My Back
KOTL: Kiss On The Lips
KOS: Kill On Sight. This is a term that originated with online war games such as World of Warcraft. It means marked for death just by showing your face. However, it can also be used as a threat by a cyber bully.
S&D: Search and Destroy (also could be a threat)
Ug: Ugly
CID: Acid (as in, the drug)
WAW: What a Waste
CNBU: Can Not Be Unseen
Gomer: Geek, weirdo, nerd
Ratchet: Ugly, nasty, awful
Broken: Hungover from alcohol
Beep face: A general insult
Butter face: Person with a pretty body but ugly face
420: =This means marijuana (also look for words like 420 4life, boo, blunt, and Buddha)
ASLP: Age, Sex, Location, Picture (if someone is asking this of your child, pay attention)
FYEO: For Your Eyes Only
POS: Parents Over Shoulder
FUBAR: F***ed Up Beyond All Recognition (inebriated or stoned)
Sugarpic: Suggestive or erotic photo
53x: Sex

Need to find a word that’s not on this list? No problem, just type it into this awesome data base, NetSlang.

Have any additions to our list? Please comment, we’d love to add your acronym to our list . . . Fo’ Shizzle! 


Toni Birdsong is a Family Safety Evangelist to McAfee. You can find her on Twitter @McAfee_Family. 


Geico, Denny's, and others respond after GMA calls Kermit the Frog 'Tea Lizard'

Brands are getting in on Tea Lizard Mania, which hit social media on Tuesday morning after Good Morning America coined the term while referencing the popular meme of Kermit the Frog drinking Lipton tea.

The morning show asked if a picture of LeBron James crying after his Cleveland Cavaliers won the NBA Finals on Sunday night has the potential to reach the heights of other legendary memes, such as the one featuring Kermit, also known as the "but that’s none of my business" meme.

The internet, of course, went bonkers over the suggestion that Kermit is just another tea-drinking reptile.

When PRWeek contacted ABC to find out the story behind the tweet, a representative deferred to a Mediaite report that said Good Morning America mistakenly called Kermit a lizard. Meanwhile, some social media users are convinced it is a well-executed publicity stunt. After all, Disney, the parent company of the Muppets, also owns ABC.

Kermit – he has a verified Twitter account – waited until after 3 p.m. EST to respond with the following:

Various brands also decided to get in on the fun.



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This story was updated on June 21 with comment from Kermit the Frog.


Drinking meme frog coffee

She watched me on the head. And often does it happen to you. - a little rest, I asked. Of course, you are. We have a small town.

Drinking Out of Cups (Original)

Well, yes, there will be little joy in this.- agreed Alina. - Although we have something left to study here, - Alina added. Well, yes, - his brother thoughtfully stretched out, looking at the girl attentively. They walked the rest of the way in silence, each thinking about something different.

Now discussing:

Okay, everything you need to know about me you can find in my library card at any time. I just flow, another moment - and I will finish before reaching his room. To hell with all of it!" He raised his head, listening. No voices, no door knocking. The floor seemed extinct.

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