Twitter can turn anything into a meme.

If you grew up in the 2000s, you might have watched Cartoon Network's Ed, Edd n Eddy. The show featured a character named Rolf, who was an immigrant from “the old country” who ran with the Eds and wasn’t afraid to call out white foolishness.

A picture of the character as a young black man gazing out of a window hit the internet, and everyone has been acting a fool, creating endless memes riffing on the image, Complex reports.

According to BuzzFeed, artist Elijah Rutland is responsible for the first black Rolf meme:

Rutland has a history of race-bending cartoon characters from a variety of shows, including Adventure Time and Dragon Ball Z, but Rolf is his first viral sensation. 

“The next thing I knew, people were sharing it and editing it with new skin tones, hairstyles and captions, so all of this is new to me because I’ve never had anything that has gone viral before," Rutland said. 

We’ve been in shambles over the creative ways people have ‘shopped the picture.

Here are a few of our faves:

He went to the hood instead of Great Clips:

Y'all even got him reppin' team MAGA:

— Hordor (@andrealtrez) September 12, 2018

He also got him a few frontals and some bundles. Thankfully, he wears a bonnet to keep his hair laid:

Somehow, he got caught by the feds: 

He got a job, too!

Lemme get a Snicker, bruh!

Call an uber, sis!

Meme mixing was inevitable:

Why are we like this? 

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