Social media users are hopping on a new trend that lets them acknowledge their quirks, insecurities and even mental health troubles.
Meme creators are modifying characters from children's book series Little Miss and Mr. Men to suit their own unique personalities.
The first "Little Miss" meme came from Instagram meme creator juulpuppy. The account came up with gems like "Little Miss Borderline Personality Disorder" , "Little Miss Fearful Avoidant" and Little Miss Shein Haul.
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Others caught on quickly, making the meme viral on Instagram and Twitter. An Instagram user named starbucksslayqueen created a "Little Miss S*** Talker" and a "Little Miss Can't Spell Restaurant".
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Some referenced their favourite bands and musical genres.
little miss: BTS ARMY edition pic.twitter.com/SLGvJtiCWZ
— maria in the bo RM3 & BAD DECISIONS (@madocamii) July 22, 2022
Others admitted to spending on things they probably won't use
wait i have one for u pic.twitter.com/SZK8XoS9IQ
— little miss (@littlem1ssss) July 23, 2022
There were also countless memes on social media about about sleeping habits, attachment styles and finances.
Non-binary social media users are using the gender neutral title "Mx".
Which little miss/mister/mx are you? pic.twitter.com/gDsib2wRVy
— Curology (@CurologyUSA) July 20, 2022
On TikTok, users are making videos describing their ex-partners and friends as variations of the “Little Miss” or “Mr. Men” characters, Bustle magazine reported.
Instagram account juulpuppy, credited for making the "Little Miss” memes go viral, said they were glad people were having fun with the trend. She asked those using the format to acknowledge them.
"My initial 30 little Miss/Mr. memes went viral and birthed subsequent meme pages on TikTok and Instagram and thousands of followers for other creators using this template!" they said.
"Of course memes and internet culture generally aren’t really about credit but I think some of u guys could probably sympathize that I create original content almost every single day and have reaped very few of the benefits from this trend that I jump started," the meme creator added.