The new Disney Plus series, ‘The Mandalorian’, has already given us a character for the ages.
Despite the fact that Baby Yoda gifs were taken down from the internet for about a day due today’s wild media landscape, there has been no way of controlling the internet’s affection for the small green creature.
Baby Yoda first began to swirl around the internet on November 12, when “The Mandalorian” first aired on Disney Plus. After the much awaited release of the new series, the little guy went viral. Although we all call it Baby Yoda, the character is really called The Child, and it’s not the Yoda of the original films; it’s just a baby that’s the same species as Yoda.
Still, no one cares about technicalities and Baby Yoda is a much more catchier name than The Child.
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Here are some of the best Baby Yoda memes we found online. You’re welcome for all the sweetness:
He protec. He atac. He also take nap.#BabyYoda pic.twitter.com/RN9N3pT6Mo
— Graeme Moore (@MooreGrams) November 16, 2019
Moves I have. pic.twitter.com/t6OTgRAUYI
— Baby Yoda (@BabyYodaBaby) November 22, 2019
Me high looking at myself in the security camera at CVS pic.twitter.com/xfDALq7dmX
— Gravy Man (@eliyudin) November 18, 2019
Same energy pic.twitter.com/7xfR4Kqs7E
— Ryan Martinez ? (@RyanLacksTact) November 17, 2019
Us: Porgs are the cutest thing in Star Wars EVER. #BabyYoda: My beer you hold. pic.twitter.com/w4aiwG9iOI
— Captain America’s shieldmaiden (@jeditigger) November 16, 2019
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I truly hope that #BabyYoda memes never go anywhere. They are the most wholesome thing in the world and I love them. pic.twitter.com/6yhsJKSGys
— Alicia Reese (@Roxymoxi) November 21, 2019
Profile pic vs real life pic.twitter.com/j1rlG6yaoM
— Darth Vader (@DepressedDarth) November 22, 2019
“You keep smiling at your phone, what are you looking at?”
— punkin ? (@reinecitrouille) November 16, 2019
— Parker Molloy (@ParkerMolloy) November 20, 2019