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In ur base, killin ur d00dz

One of the oldest caption forms is “I’m in your (noun), (verb)ing your (noun)”.  For example,

This caption form originated with the phrase “I’m in your base, killing your dudes” (or “im in ur base, killin ur d00dz”). The original phrase has been a popular internet meme since before the time of lolcats.  Used primarily in its original context (Real Time Strategy games), the phrase is commonly used as a way of taking a jab at another player who dares ask the question “where are you?”  By responding with “im in ur base”, the second player is essentially teasing the first player for their lack of experience or geographical knowledge of the particular game.

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