WidePeepoHappy – Meaning, Origin and Usage

Have you ever seen an abnormally wide frog spammed in the chat while watching someone stream WidePeepoHappy? Or have you ever needed to express a sense of extreme happiness, joy, or childlike cheer? Maybe you are super excited and want to show others in a unqiwuley amusing way?

Look no further than the emote WidePeepoHappy to help you express these feelings in your next Twitch chat. WidePeepoHappy is a term you need to have in your arsenal, even if you are not on Twitch.

This post unpacks the meaning and origin of this expression.

Meaning

WidePeepoHappy is a variant of the popular Pepe the Frog meme. As the name suggests, WidePeepoHappy means happiness. When it is spammed in the chat, the members of the chat are expressing a childlike cheer, and pure joy. It is used to show that you are extremely happy and is used on countless Twitch channels to express immense happiness. 

However, it should not be mixed up with the countless other Pepe the Frog emotes, including PeepoHappy, which simply means that you are happy. WidePeepoHappy expresses a different level of happiness that PeepoHappy doesn’t achieve. The emote shows an edited picture of Internet phenomenon Pepe the Frog.

In the WidePeepoHappy emote, he shows a flattened smiley face and is very wide. This emphasizes exactly how happy he is. More information can be found in the video (here).

Example Usage

“I’m so happy right now I can’t stand it, WidePeepoHappy.”

“I can’t believe you did that just for me! WidePeepoHappy.”

“This is amazing! WidePeepoHappy.”

“I used to love painting things like that when I was a kid. WidePeepoHappy.”

“I just got tickets to see my favorite band in concert finally. WidePeepoHappy.”

“My donuts almost fell off the table, but I saved them in the knick of time. WidePeepoHappy.”

Origin

WidePeepoHappy dates back to the origin of Pepe the Frog. His presence has been huge in the Twitch community. Matt Furie created Pepe the Frog in a comic on his MySpace in 2005. By 2015, it was a global meme. The following year in 2016, the PeepoHappy emote was created and uploaded to FrankerFaceZ and BetterTTV. Because of Pepe the Frog’s popularity, this emote did not hesitate to take off, and many spinoffs were produced when the Twitch community picked it up.

A few months later, the WidePeepoHappy emote was uploaded to FrankerFaceZ on August 4th, 2018, by a user named Black__tic_tac, and the meme spread even further, becoming more popular than its original emote. The extra width of WidePeepoHappy adds death to just how happy you are. It also has a ring to it, so it has been adopted into Twitch slang. According to StreamElements, WidePeepoHappy has been used over 31 million times compared to PeepoHappy, which only has 8 million uses. So this is one of the emotes that happened to surpass their predecessor.

Phrases Similar to WidePeepoHappy

  • PeepoHappy
  • Ayaya
  • Filled with joy
  • Pepe Laugh
  • Over the moon
  • 4Head

Phrases Opposite to WidePeepoHappy

  • WidePeepoSad
  • MonkaS
  • Sadge
  • Press f to pay respects

What is the Correct Saying?

  • When something that makes you extremely happy happens, use WidePeepoHappy.

Ways People May Incorrectly Say WidePeepoHappy

There may seem like no wrong way to use this term, as it is so straightforward that the meaning is in the name but there could be some slipups. Some ways that WidePeepoHappy is used incorrectly are:

  • I’m just an average level happy right now, WidePeepoHappy.
  • That wasn’t funny at all, WidePeepoHappy.
  • My day is ruined, WidePeepoHappy.
  • They look like they’re having a great day, WidePeepoHappy.

 

Acceptable Ways to Phrase WidePeepoHappy

  • I’m so happy; I can’t even feel how happy I am, WidePeepoHappy.
  • Does anyone remember how great it was when we were a kid? WidePeepoHappy.
  • Your favorite streamer announces they’re having a special stream. *WidePeepoHappy*
  • Your favorite streamer responds to your question. *WidePeepoHappy*
  • Finally defeating a super boss that has been elusive for years. *WidePeepoHappy*

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