Everyday We Stray Further From God"s Light is a faux-biblical often used in combination with various images and videos that are deemed cringeworthy. The phrase initially entered widespread usage in association with the Minion Anti-Fandom that emerged in mid-2015, but it has since become a more versatile expression that conveys a sense of utter disappointment or astonishment, in a similar vein to other phrases like "Where Is Your God Now?" and "I Don"t Want to Live on This Planet Anymore".
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It is unknown when the first instance of this meme was posted online, but it was likely coined in reference to the massive-scale marketing campaign for the 2015 American 3D animated family comedy film Minions that took place during the summer of 2015. The earliest known mention of the phrase can be found in an image post submitted by Imgur user Valdros on July 1st, 2015. In the post<1>, the phrase accompanies an image of a Minion discussing different breast sizes.View post on imgur.com
In July 2015, the phrase was used several more times with Minion images in the /r/minionhate subreddit. The most popular post was an image of a pregnant Minion, posted by MarieCaymus, which received 146 points before it was archived. <2>
The phrase also went into wider use on reddit, often applied to items that were just generally cringeworthy.<4> On July 28th, a user posted the phrase along with a popular image from 4chan of a man turning into a diaper by the light of the full moon (a werediaper) to the subreddit /r/CringeAnarchy, earning over 768 points (96% upvoted).<3>
In December 2015, an image of a bootleg Perry the Platypus from Phineas and Ferb, paired with the catchphrase, was posted to Memecenter several times with the addition of an image about Undertale and Gender Swapping. The image of Perry paired with the catchphrase was posted many more times to Memecenter, and became a popular shorthand for the catchphrase.<5><6>
The phrase is also in wide use on Twitter, often posted as a caption to a cringeworthy photo or link. One of the first tweets to use the phrase was posted September 7th, by the user champagne_pupi; it received 14 retweets and 18 likes.<9>
There are thousands of instances of the phrase in use on Twitter<7> and Tumblr,<8> often used in an analogous fashion to I can"t even..
<1> Imgur – Everyday we stray further from god"s light
<2> /r/minionhate – search: god"s light
<3> /r/cringeanarchy – Every day we stray further from god"s light
<4> reddit – search: stray further god"s light
<5> memepin – Apparently Everyone In Undertale Was Born With The Wrong Gender…. Must Be One F***ed Up World
<6> Google – image search: perry platypus
<7> Twitter – everyday we stray further from god"s light
<8> Tumblr – everyday we stray further from god"s light
<9> Twitter – champagne_pupi"s tweet
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