12 Examples That Explain the "Don't Talk to Me or My Son Ever Again" Meme

A good meme is one that makes you laugh or even take part in it, like the Running Man Challenge. Some are bizarre and weird like caveman Spongebob taking over everywhere. The latest one that really hit its peak on Father's Day is the "Don't talk to me or my son ever again" meme. A mixture of bad photoshopping and then actual photos have made this meme one that you can look at over and over again.

The meme originally started in 2014, with a bad photoshop of Spike Spiegel, a character from Cowboy Bebop, an anime series. The photo included a mini Spike Spiegel and, according to Know Your Meme, included a "don't talk to me or my son ever again" text over it. That was the only iteration until 2015, when a Tumblr user did the same idea with a big Yoshi toy and a smaller amiibo one. A Twitter user then tweeted out a photo of a big animated Yoshi and a terrible photoshopped version and the meme took off. When you find the meme online, you'll see versions that continue this photoshopping tradition and others that try to find a real-life smaller replica of the big version.

Check out some of our favorites ahead which might make you laugh for days to come.

This is how the meme all started.

Yoshi then took a turn at the meme.

But this bad photoshop made the meme grow in popularity.

You can do it with real-life versions.

And, really, anything you see counts.

It's kinda like playing a game of "I Spy."

And it can be a challenge to find a smaller version of an item.

People do still enjoy the bad photoshopping to make the meme.

Of course, video games aren't left out of the meme. . .

. . . Even Pokémon get the meme treatment.

We hope this meme doesn't stop.