What does This Isn’t Even My Final Form mean?
This isn’t even my final form refers to a popular catchphrase of the image macro format, which depicts deformed or strangely shaped characters.
What's the origin of This Isn’t Even My Final Form?
While the phrase is claimed by many to be originating from the Japanes anime, Dragon Ball Z, the line never actually occurred in the series.
People connect the phrase “this isn’t even my final form” to the character Frieza, who supposedly said it in his third form, after his foes had thought they had defeated him.
This scene, however doesn’t exist, it is a Mandela Effect occurring in the meme sphere.
One of the earliest cases of the “this isn’t even my final form” can be traced back to a post uploaded to FunnyJunk on September 24th, 2011.
The post contained a photo of a sculpture, made from the head of Woody from Toy Story and several towers of breasts, captioned with the catchphrase.
Spread & Usage
How did This Isn’t Even My Final Form spread?
Starting in 2011, the line became a popular caption for photos or drawings of characters with a strange and intimidating look.
These memes would occur on a large number of social media sites, including Tumblr, 4chan, Reddit, Instagram, as well as meme sites like 9GAG, FunnyJunk or iFunny.
- Fandom – Otaku Encyclopedia Wiki
- Howtojapanese.com – Final Form
- CBR – Dragon Ball: The 10 Best “This Isn’t Even My Final Form” Memes