PewDiePie explains bizarre way he plans to destroy Baby Yoda

Jacob Hale
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In another tantalizing episode of Meme Review, Felix ‘PewDiePie’ Kjellberg has explained his true feelings on Baby Yoda and the subsequent meme shenanigans that have followed – and how he would destroy it once and for all.

Meme Review is one of PewDiePie’s most popular video series — where he makes his opinion known on the most topical and popular memes, as one of the most knowledgeable names in meme culture.

Now, with ‘Baby Yoda’ appearing in the Disney+ exclusive Star Wars show, The Mandalorian, the little green alien has taken the internet by storm as fans have fallen in love with the creature.

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PewDiePie has not held back in this Meme Review.

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Not everyone is a fan, though, and Pewds made it very clear in his episode of Meme Review on December 3 that he does not approve of its existence.

Going into detail about how he would remove Baby Yoda from the internet once and for all, he says: “I would eat Baby Yoda, if that’s what it takes to get rid of him.

“If someone came and knocked on my door right now and said: ‘Hey, we have Baby Yoda, we’ve buttered him up in oil, we’ve fermented him for three days straight, he’s still going to taste like sh*t, but if you eat him, he will go away forever,’ I wouldn’t even hesitate… I would inhale Baby Yoda.”

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Obviously, PewDiePie is joking. Or, maybe he’s not – as he seems quite genuinely annoyed at the existence of Baby Yoda – so may be willing to go to extreme lengths to rid the internet of it entirely.

Elsewhere in the video, he refuses to even rate the “Oh, you like…?” memes, but is clearly not in favor of them, nor the examples showcased in the article he takes them from.

Pewds also jokes at the expense of Papa John’s founder John Schnatter, who claimed that he had eaten 40 pizzas in 30 days.

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Recently, Baby Yoda has been unavoidable if you’re anywhere near the internet. Even Call of Duty League team, New York Subliners, used the meme to roast rival CDL team, Dallas Empire.

Luckily for PewDiePie, memes don’t often last too long, so Baby Yoda will likely disappear in the next couple of weeks and be shunted to the back of the queue. Probably a much more sanitary solution than eating him.