By TIMOTHY SALVADORUSWASHINGTON, D.C. — A new meme, created by an Oklahoma woman, is making waves on social media.
The term “timid” was created by Tania L. Pritchard on Twitter on Thursday morning.
“Timid is the time zone you live in, the time you can be awake,” she wrote.
The tweet was retweeted more than 3,700 times.
Pritzchard is a native of Oklahoma, a state with a long history of Native American culture and culture that has historically played a role in the preservation of the American Indian culture.
A native of South Carolina, Pritchers family moved to Oklahoma as young girls.
When she was a teenager, her family moved from the Oklahoma state line to Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and she says the state is still her home.
“My family has lived in Oklahoma for 50 years,” Pritcher said.
“We’ve been here since 1884.
I grew up with the Indian culture.”
The Oklahoma native says she’s not a Native American and she’s never been called “timeless.”
She describes herself as a white person with African American heritage and has no ethnic background.
The hashtag #timid is trending on Twitter and is trending in the U.S. as well.
“I am a native Oklahomaian, and my family moved here to Oklahoma because it’s a place I grew to know and love,” Pritzcher said, adding that she’s been a fan of the Oklahoma State football team for the past few years.
Pritchard said she plans to create more memes as the country continues to grapple with the devastating effects of climate change.
She’s created one titled “Timid.”
“We are all in this together.
The only way to stop climate change is to stop us from becoming the poor, stupid, ignorant, stupid,” she said.
Pritzchard said her first meme, titled “Time in Denver,” inspired her to create the second.
“Time in Denver was very different,” she explained.
“I have to admit, it was a little bit more tense.”
She added that her first tweet on the meme was a meme she posted about a black woman who was attacked by a group of men.
“The first one, I was shocked and horrified,” she recalled.
“And then, I felt like, ‘Oh my god, what if it wasn’t about her?’
And then, it really did come true.
And then I thought, ‘This is what we need to do right now.'”
She said she posted her second meme Thursday afternoon and it was trending in less than a minute.
She said her daughter was excited to see the reaction and said it’s great that people are using her as an example.
“We have to be smart, we have to listen to each other, and we have a duty to not allow our communities to be destroyed because of something that happened on a Saturday night,” she added.
“Timids” is also trending on Instagram.