Merida From 'Wreck It Ralph 2' Got Turned Into A Scottish Twitter Meme And It's GENIUS

16 August 2018, 12:42

Merida Scottish Twitter Meme
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Katie Louise-Smith

By Katie Louise-Smith

The Merida/Scottish Twitter crossover is the most ambitious crossover event in history.

A few days ago, a brand new picture of all the Disney princesses in their new casual outfits from the upcoming Ralph Breaks The Internet: Wreck It Ralph 2 movie made its way around the internet and was promptly turned into a meme. From the sudden thirst for Mulan's new look, to Snow White's savage shade at the Evil Queen with her shirt, everyone was losing it over their make-unders.

But now, ladies and gentlemen, the meme has evolved - and it's truly the greatest gift of all time. A new trailer for Ralph Breaks The Internet has just dropped and it gives us a longer glimpse at all of the princesses chilling out at the sleepover with Vanellope - including a scene in which Merida ends up going off on a rant while the other princesses sit and stare at her as if she's talking in a different language.

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Thanks to the gag in the trailer about the other princesses not being able to understand what Merida is saying because "she's from the other studio", Scottish Twitter has now come to Merida's defence and has turned her into her own glorious meme.

If you've never heard of Scottish Twitter, you're in for a treat. It's basically a lot of ranting but all the tweets spelt out phonetically in the Scottish accent, using Scottish slang words.

Basically, the Merida/Scottish Twitter crossover is the best thing that has ever happened to the internet and it's everything we never knew we needed.

Here are all the best tweets:

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Someone get Kelly Macdonald to record Shangela's Sugar Daddy rant from Drag Race immediately.

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Remember the Scottish mum from that vine about someone not flushing the toilet? This is her now.

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What does this even mean?

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I am CRYING.

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Scottish Twitter is literally the best thing on this godforsaken earth.

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"Am no a fucking octopus!"

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I felt this one.

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Oh and if you're wondering what the F*CK she's actually saying in that scene, here's your answer:

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Long Live Merida, Queen of Scottish Twitter.