Solve a problem
No! You can't just run 30 minutes a day to get fit! You have to follow my 15-step diet and weight loss plan.
ha ha legs go brrr
|Meme||A piece of media that spreads via the Internet|
|Go viral||To become popular on the Internet|
|OK Boomer||Whatever, old person|
|Boomer||A person born between 1946 and 1964|
|Wojak||A Microsoft Paint-created Internet character|
|Zoomer||A person born between 1997 and 2012|
Go brrr is a phrase applied to a machine or other item that can be used to "simply" solve a problem. The phrase originated within memes that depicted the A-10 Warthog military aircraft "solving" problems by firing its powerful machine guns at them. (When firing, the Warthog's machine guns produce a "brrrt" sound.) However, the phrase went viral as part of 2020's widely-shared Money Printer Go Brrr meme, which depicted the U.S. Federal Reserve printing money to combat a predicted, rona-induced economic downturn.
Since then, a variety of "go brrr" memes have popped up online, and forum posters and social media users have begun using the phrase to call attention to simple actions that could solve (or "solve") a problem. Sometimes, "go brr" is used straightforwardly, to point out how simply a problem can actually be solved. Other times, "go brrr" is used sarcastically, to point out that a seemingly-simple solution is inadequate or could cause unforeseen consequences.