” One does not simply walk into Mordor,” Boromir says . “Its black gates are guarded by more than just orcs. There is evil there that does not sleep. The great eye is ever watchful.
Alluding to a quote from a Lord of the Rings movie, One does not simply is the catchphrase of popular memes that comment on humorous, complex, challenging, or aggravating experiences or situations.
The meme was originally taken from the first of the trilogy: The Fellowship of the Ring, where in a scene Sean Bean proclaimed, “ One does not simply walk into Mordor.” This screen shot was then used and reused in numerous adaptations, and it was at this moment that meme history was made.
Go to their directions page, enter “The Shire” as the start point and ” Mordor ” as the destination and choose ” Walking ” as your transportation method and Google will warn you “Use caution – One does not simply walk into Mordor .”
One cannot simply walk into Mordor simply because it is extremely well guarded. The only reason Sauron did not see Frodo and Sam when they entered Mordor , is because Aragorn and Gandalf were doing EVERYTHING POSSIBLE to get all of his attention to Gondor, in order to allow Frodo and Sam to complete the mission.
Sean Bean acknowledges that ‘one does not simply’ meme is his legacy.
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The “Is this a pigeon?” meme is used to describe people who have no idea what they’re doing but power through it. The image originates from a 1991 episode of the anime show “The Brave Fighter of Sun Fighbird.” It’s been circulating the internet for awhile, but now it’s being used to call people out.
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It’s 1779 miles (2863 km) from the Shire to Mordor following Frodo and Sam’s journey. If you walk three miles every other day, it will take you 20 weeks ( about 4.5 months ) to reach Weathertop and complete your challenge.
Simply head over to Google Maps and click on directions. In field “A” type “The Shire” and in field “B” type “ Mordor .” On the bar above, click the little man to indicate that you desire walking directions. Or you can just click here.