photograph of a house showing tits now written on the windows

@Heisenherr

Classic ‘let it snow’ meme is back to bring us all a little festive cheer

An old but good meme.

 

Siobhan Ball

Internet Culture

Published Dec 8, 2020

Last Saturday, Twitter user @Heisenherr posted a picture of what they claimed was their house, with the words “tits now” spelled out on the front windows. According to @Heisenherr, the children wanted to write “let it snow” on the windows, and a second picture showing the letters l and e on a pair of side windows completed the picture of an innocent yet funny mistake.

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However, this is not @Heisenherr’s photograph. In fact, it’s not even new. The “Le Tits Now” meme is an old one by internet standards, going all the way back to 2010 when someone on 9Gag rearranged some Christmas-themed letter blocks and posted the results online.

Since then, the joke has spread slowly across the internet, breaking out into meatspace in 2015 when SNL used it in one of their Jeopardy sketches—featuring Sean Connery reading obscene mispronunciations of all the categories.

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The photographs from the tweet date to a Reddit post, also from 2015, but just because it’s an old joke doesn’t mean it’s not still a relevant one and a good bit of juvenile humour may be exactly what we need to get through the final weeks of 2020.

"I can’t." A man wearing a red let is snow jumper arranged in the alternative order and the woman yelling act cat meme underneath it. The woman is saying let it now and the cat is wearing a Santa hat and saying le tits now
"Yes, I'm an adult homeowner. Yes, I do this every year." photograph of a window with "le tits now" in the centre in blue decals
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And while OP is getting (lovingly) ripped for, perhaps jokingly, claiming it was their own house, most people are just taking it for the gift it is.

TeamQuimbyNH: It's amazing how many different families live in this exact same house and write this exact same thing in their windows. Bec Major: And they do it every year as well, despite having noticed last year and the year before and the year before that. Weird 🤷🏼‍♀️
@poLILYtik
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Every year someone moves into this house and their kids put this exact same ominous message on the windows and everyone titters away. This house is fucking haunted, people! Every year!
@karaokeballs
"Literally  @emilygabrielle8  ‘s decor" a framed piece of art featuring snowflakes and the words le tits now in blue
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*First Published: Dec 8, 2020, 2:58 pm CST