She also has a signature catchphrase: What in tarnation?
That's about all anyone would ever need to know for the longest time until, one day last month, a Tumblr user slapped the same hat on a Shiba Inu and asked the same question.
It's bemused doge channeling My Little Pony.
The meme picked up steam on Twitter, but it was only in recent days that it morphed into something truly wonderful. It's a perfect meme template: So many things rhyme with the suffix "-ation," and almost everything looks stupid when you slap an unnecessary cowboy hat on it. via Daily Dot.
what in carbonation pic.twitter.com/nLzPYIh2TP— what in tarnation (@ViraIMemes) February 25, 2017
WOT IN STEALING THE DECLARATION pic.twitter.com/6dTNwsI3ib— bigassblueshark (@bigassblueshark) February 27, 2017
wot in formation pic.twitter.com/M73rjWmhDC— lil glocki (@edjiggy) February 25, 2017
wot in taxation without representation pic.twitter.com/qPYmztJMey— Satan. (@saraabeann) February 24, 2017
wot in emancipation proclamation! pic.twitter.com/medz7JwO7E— Satan. (@saraabeann) February 24, 2017
wot in MLA Citation pic.twitter.com/4bIFJW07T5— Lucas Sheriff (@LucasSheriff) February 25, 2017
Wot in constellation pic.twitter.com/1eBJZyr1AT— Cole (@imcolenewton) February 22, 2017
wot in standard deviation pic.twitter.com/LySsyx2Ju1— Wot In Tarnation (@WotlnTarnation) February 27, 2017
wot in californication pic.twitter.com/XE0frLrRZa— Wot In Tarnation (@WotlnTarnation) February 26, 2017
wot in carnation pic.twitter.com/L9B0YmfCoa— Wot In Tarnation (@WotlnTarnation) February 27, 2017
WHAT IN FRUSTRATION pic.twitter.com/DdRbx4oXJu— what in tarnation (@WHATINTARNATlON) February 26, 2017