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    • 1950s America Martin Luther king be like “Bruh”
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    • Notice the little spike during the 1940’s. ‘Sir we lost a large portion of our troop at D-Day’ ‘Bruh’
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    • I just want to know what happened in the 1630s
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    • Bruh, we missed everyshot
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    • "Over 150 men of the Light Brigade were slaughtered by Russian guns." Bruh
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    • Bruh was used similar to the word “nigge*”
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    • "THE WINGED HUSSARS HAVE AREIVED!!" ". . . BRUH"
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    • Irish potato famine: occurs Irish niggas: bruh
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    • 420q 1 aug
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    • Bruh moment
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    • Bruh. I mean if you dont say bruh, then what do you say?
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    • Bruh moment
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    • So it started out as written phonetics to describe the accents of some slaves. Bro was already used at that point, and the majority of slaves lives pretty much with other slaves so they'd say bro and it comes out like bruh. As a result, writers who wanted to portray What their accents were like
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    • Cavemen: Oonga boonga bruh
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    • Bruh
      Muggee 1 aug
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    • “The Irish are starving due to a potato famine” “Bruh moment”
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    • Pretty sure thats an acronym
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    • Bruh
      NotLizzz 1 aug
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    • bruh
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    • The dude saying bruh, looks like Sir Patrick Stewart with hair
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    • The charge of the light bruh-gade
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    • BRRRRRR
      toystar 1 aug
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    • This was just featured a couple weeks ago, i remember cuz i saved it 😬 you posted this a day ago, congrats on going viral with used goods
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    • Bruh
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    • Yes, because they had complete online databases for the usage of words in the 1800s.
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    • Looks like jojo
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    • 1848 revolutions
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    • The dude on the horse is obviously the higher-ranking. He’s not going to be calling some grunt walking along “sir.”
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    • “Bruh” is the sound they make when being impaled by lead and/or steel. Just like now, it sounds similar to someone gagging and trying not to throw up
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    • Anyone know why my name is green and its trying to make me pay for white?
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    • hurB
      shahar4 4 aug
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    • Wouldn't the one on the horse be the officer?
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    • Bruh
      DLUE 4 aug
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    • It may be from the Russians they say bruhtan which means bro
      idk534 4 aug
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    • That made me chuckle, thank you
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    • God save the Czar
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    • Not true
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    • BRUV
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    • Sir! They have cannons! “Bruh storm that shit”
      Handman 4 aug
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    • I wonder if it meant the same thing back then
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    • how do they know this shit tho
      MoeLest 3 aug
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    • Damn should have bought in the 80’s. What a boom. Imagine what 1,000 shares would be worth
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    • What could they have possibly used the word bruh for?
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    • German jews in 1930s:
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    • Old as fuck
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    • How tf do you know how much it was used back in the 1850s?
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    • Soldier: Sir the light brigade was wiped out in the attack. General: Bruh
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    • Why does it drop off so suddenly? It’s like they just got massacred.
      AURAXXUR 2 aug
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    • How do we know this
      yrtesd 2 aug
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    • North korea pours over the 48th parallel. South Korea be like "bruh"
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    • Bruh
      Starkogi 2 aug
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    • Meanings also change over time and are different for different languages so I’d like to know what it meant back then.
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    • The slaves are revolting again bruh
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    • Yeet spiked in the 1700’s. The sons of liberty could very well have shouted yeet as they were throwing tea into the harbor
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    • "You've been shot in the leg! To make sure infection doesn't spread, I'm gonna have to amputate it." Bruh
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    • How'd they know they were saying bruh in 1800s
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    • Wouldn’t the man on horseback be the commander
      roop1 2 aug
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    • World wario 2 raised a lotta bruhs outt the community
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    • What the hell was happening in 1950?
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    • Bruh
      Fritzor 2 aug
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    • How do you even get the data for this shit
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    • Well shit
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    • Bruh is short for Bruhtholomew
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    • Probably brits with their OI BRUV bullshiy
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    • It was another word for whore
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    • “Hey your slave escaped” “bruh”
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    • But how do they know this?
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    • What’s up with all these graphs theyre obviously untrue unless theyre made as memes
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    • I did one for yeet
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    • 1847. Battle of Chapultapec. Marines: Already captured Mexico city before the Army got there. Army: Bruh...
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    • I lost my leg sir... bruh
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    • Looking like Tom cuiz and Harrison Ford
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    • Finally. After eons. A good fucking meme
      nooblea 1 aug
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    • Bruh
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    • When the slaves start rebelling : bruh
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    • I thought it had to do with the potato famine
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    • Bruhhhhhhhh
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    • I’m pretty sure it should be the other way around
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    • “We have to free the slaves” “bruh moment”
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    • Bruh
      sskyy 1 aug
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    • What uniforms are these?
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    • The pilots that dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima when they realized what they've done: "Bruh"
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    • I love the memes about using words with present day meanings in the context of stuff in the 19-20th centuries
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    • Boys what’s it like being hit on? I’ve never had that experience...
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    • Bruh
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    • That Napoleon was a real trickster
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    • World war 2 was when we were on a bruh shortage
      Paprik 1 aug
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    • Esta bruh momento
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    • Use over time this fucking meme
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    • Probably had a different slang meaning back then
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