Sneed’s Feed and Seed


What does Sneed’s Feed and Seed mean?

Sneed’s Feed and Seed is a popular innuendo, originating from The Simpsons.

“Sneed’s Feed and Seed (Formerly Chuck’s)” is the name of a general store, Homer visits in an episode.

The joke can be deduced from the “formerly Chuck’s” part of the sign.

As the services provided by Sneed all rhyme to his name, many viewers concluded that the shop’s former name was Chuck’s F-ck and Suck.

Online, its subtlety as a joke is used to confuse the uninitiated and troll the unsuspecting.

It appears on photoshop edits and exploitables and is the most popular on 4chan.

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What's the origin of Sneed’s Feed and Seed?

The shop is seen in the Season 11 Episode 5 of The Simpsons, which aired on November 7th, 1999, under the title E I E I (Annoyed Grunt).

The first deconstruction of the joke originates from the Simpsons’ Archive website, published by Benjamin Robinson on March 27th, 2000.

Spread & Usage

How did Sneed’s Feed and Seed spread?

The joke was the topic of discussion on a few sites, however it didn’t take off as a copypasta or a meme until 2012.

It mostly appeared on 4chan’s boards, however in 2017, YouTube videos would also feature “Sneed’s Feed and Seed” eventually spreading the phenomenon to Reddit.

Referencing the joke online is often called sneedposting.

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