What does it mean to get your bread?


  1. What does it mean to get your bread?
  2. Who started Let’s get this bread?
  3. What is the get this bread meme?
  4. Where did the phrase Let’s get this bread come from?

What does it mean to get your bread?

US informal. (also let’s get the bread) used to encourage someone to try hard and be successful: Wake up everyone – let’s get this bread! Happy Monday – let’s get the bread.

Who started Let’s get this bread?

According to Know Your Meme, the “get this bread” phrase began in 2007 when Rich Boy released his song, “Let’s Get This Paper.” In the first verse, the rapper says, “hey, let’s get this bread, homie.” Fast forward about ten years, and the saying has gone viral on Twitter after users began making memes for the catch

What is the get this bread meme?

According to Know Your Meme, the “get this bread” saying is “a slang expression for earning money.” If you’ve scrolled through Twitter recently, you may have noticed that people are using the phrase to express how hard they’re working in order to make some cash.

Where did the phrase Let’s get this bread come from?

Hustle on da streets and earn that paper.” But the whole meme started because Tuesday (October 16) was actually “World Bread Day.” Once people realised, the phrase exploded on Twitter and turned into one of the best memes of the year.