Y Tho, is simply an abbreviation of the question “Why though?”.
The y tho phrase was added to a painting of Pope Leon X by Fernando Botero in late 2014 and ran wild across the internet. The pope in the image is quite portly with a tiny face, making the painting a comical masterpiece.
The y tho meme is often used as a response to a question as a brief and precise way of trolling. Nothing shakes up a long, boring dialogue from someone with a quick y tho meme drop.
Alternatively, this meme is a great way to present a thoughtful question that you don’t really know the question to. Presented in a Jeopardy way, with y tho as the answer in the form of a question. Alex Trebek is likely smiling down upon us meme makers with memes like y tho.
Why Meme.com loves “y tho”
Simple and clean to understand. Not only is this a quick witted funny response to someone, this can be a thought provoking meme as well. Dropping questions we need answers to at the drop of a meme. With the launch of the Meme Markets underway shortly, forgotten gem memes such as y tho are surely to give the classic memes a run for their money.
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