“Big Mood” is a Twitter phrase that took off in January. Its meaning is literal: People are using it to express a big, or intense, feeling.
A GIF of a smirking cheerleader with the caption “Big Mood” popularized its use, but in recent weeks, Big Mood has only gotten bigger. It’s no longer just a part of internet’s lexicon—Big Mood is now a big meme.
Take a look at some of these recent Big Mood jokes:
BIG MOOD pic.twitter.com/mfNxTPHtye
— Liz Keene (@rizgigg) March 21, 2018
Yes, even Ben Affleck and his back tattoo became a part of Big Mood.
This is the most Big Mood picture ever taken pic.twitter.com/dmapXNiTse
— ☕netw3rk (@netw3rk) March 22, 2018
nearly crashing my car as i lurch my whole body out the window screaming 'BIG MOOD' at a dead possum
— Deirdre (@figgled) March 20, 2018
Learning to relax, smiling through tears—it’s all a Big Mood.
big mood pic.twitter.com/zT4BTeTmEH
— mike (@boy_from_school) March 21, 2018
smiling through the tears is a big mood for… approximately… eternity
— emily ✨ (@uhhmmily) March 21, 2018
*on my death bed, surrounded by wailing loved ones*
“Big… *cough* … big mood”
— Guattari Teenage Riot (@SlayerRules_420) April 3, 2018
But how do you know if something is not just a mood, but a Big Mood?
Anything can be a Big Mood if you really believe in it.