What does Whomst’d’ve’ly’yaint’nt’ed’ies’s’y’es mean?

The phrase “whomst’d’ve’ly’yaint’nt’ed’ies’s’y’es” is the most superior variant of the “who” word, and its superior to the whomst’d’ve variant which is superior to the whomst, with and endless list of variants.

The word “whomst”, which is not actually a correct word, was first popularized in 2017.

This started a train of images that featured the word next to people with their eyes photoshopped to be purple.

The whole picture looks like this for reference: who<whom<whomst<whomst’d’ve<whomst’d’ve’ly’yaint’nt’ed’ies’s’y’es.

They are made up words used to signal ironic superior intelligence as a joke similar as me, the intellectual snowclone.


What's the origin of Whomst’d’ve’ly’yaint’nt’ed’ies’s’y’es?

The phrase “whomst’d’ve’ly’yaint’nt’ed’ies’s’y’es” has first appeared in the year 2018. thanks to the whom image memes all around the internet to make fun of someone’s with the most possible irony there is.

“Who” images were originally created to mock stupid posts created by a user or to sarcastically joke about something that would look like a big brain move but in reality it is a stupid one.

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How did Whomst’d’ve’ly’yaint’nt’ed’ies’s’y’es spread?

The popularity of the phrase “whomst’d’ve’ly’yaint’nt’ed’ies’s’y’es” mostly come from trolls all over the internet and since “bandwagoning” is a thing, many more people jumped on to the trend.

It is widely used on message board websites like Reddit and image sharing platforms like 9gag, Tumblr and even on Instagram as a joke or to mock the stupidity of the image or video which was posted on given site by a user.

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