It’s not much, but honest work is a collection of images that show an overweight farmer and the words “it ain’t much, but it’s honest work.”
Since then, the image and captions have been redesigned to reflect any circumstance in which the work or action is not adequate to the circumstances, even if it’s correct. Imagine this as follows. If you had asked your mom to buy you an Apple smartphone for the holidays, she decided to give you an Android phone instead. The phone was given to you, and it was just that she didn’t provide you with the number you requested.
It was made with a photo taken of an article published on the United States Department of Agriculture on October 10 in 2014, with the title “Soil Health Campaign Turns Two: Seeks to Unlock Benefits on- and off-the-Farm.”
In 2018, Reddit user petter posted the picture under/r/MemeEconomy. Petter posted the caption, and the post was voted up more than 18,000 times before it eventually became viral. Users like yothisisyo made use of the meme and included an image caption, “When your teacher asks you why you have submitted only one of 20 paper homework.”
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The final version that the meme is in was posted on January 3 in 2019, on January 3, 2019, when Reddit user yothisisyo posted a different version with the text replaced at the bottom of the image like subtitles.
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