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What does Yare Yare Daze mean? The Famous Japanese Meme From A Legendary Anime

We could tell you only the origin and the notion taken from fandom… But this is far from over. We have collected the best pieces of the stories about this meme and anime. Read the following article to know more!

Origin Of Yare Yare Daze, And Jojo’s Influence On The Meme Culture

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Yare Yare Daze is the main phrase of the third Jojo, Jotaro Kujo, from the very popular anime Jojos Bizzare Adventure. Jojos are well known for his very unusual and exciting bizarre adventures.

What Does Yare Yare Mean?

Yare Yare Daze translation is literally "Well, Well". It got a few different translations most famous are "Give me Focking Break", What a pain ( official eng dub from 1993 and 2001 Stardust Crusaders). "Good Grief" Jotaro catchphrase was the second most popular translation (2014 official subtitle from anime adaptation). Good grief in Japanise やれやれだぜ.

The actual translation is "What is this thing?" or "Good Gracious". Jotaro Kujo Good Grief conveys feelings of fatigue, neglect, frustration, irritation. On July 7th,2003, the catchphrase appeared in a parody flash animation mudah.swf, published by user qwerqwer1234 on a Japanese imageboard 2ch. Both before and after the release of the third anime arc in 2014, the replica and associated images from the manga and TV series were used as phrases and reaction pictures expressing disdain and disappointment.

To be mentioned this is one of the hundreds of memes coming from Jojos Bizzare Adventure. It has a huge influence on modern meme culture overall.

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JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: What This Anime All About

This is a Japanese manga series made solely by Hirohiko Araki. It was basically serialized in Shueisha's Weekly Shōnen Jump magazine (1987-2004) and was remade to the monthly seinen publication Ultra Jump in 2005.

This anime is Shueisha's biggest continuous manga series by volume number, with its chapters, gathered in 129 tankōbon tomes as of December 2020.

The Story Of Spreading Of Yare Yare Daze As A Meme

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It started from 4chan, site Desusstorage typing Yare Yare Daze yields over 800 results. On August 28th, 2009, a user with the nickname Jotaro Kujo submitted the note regarding the catchcry, it was exposed to YYD.

On February 27th, 2016, another user with the nickname Jose Fino uploaded a complication of Jotaro declaring Yare Yare Daze on Youtube, it got 194.000 views before coming of June 2nd, 2016. This video was deleted, but later on, the second complication was uploaded by the same user on January 4th,2017, and it got over 5.5 million views.

The Jojo’s Yare Yare Daze replica (Yare Yare Daze, sometimes just Yare Yare) is used as a reaction phrase and a reaction picture when using images of Jotaro Kujo. Depending on the context and intonation, the phrase can express feelings of fatigue, indifference, disappointment, or annoyance, and is usually translated as "well and well."

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What More You Can Know About Yare Yare Daze Meme?

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In addition, the phrase can often be found in memes and fan art accounted with JoJo's Bizarre Adventure - especially those involving Jotaro, who owns the quote. And also in those where his typical gesture of adjusting the visor is copied.

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