If North West wasn't already known by millions, this meme of her is about to take the Internet by storm. 

Thanks to Auntie Khloe Kardashian, the 2-year-old toddler reached a new level of sass when a photo of her wearing an oversized pair of black-framed sunglasses was transformed into a moving meme. Thanks to the wonders of technology, little North's mouth was also programmed to move along to this funny phrase.  

"My name is North West and I'm about to run this sh-t for the rest of my life! Ok? Ok? Ok?"

Aunt Koko, don't you know that's a bad word?!

All jokes aside, the tot's style is a force to be reckoned with. Whether she's going to ballet class or celebrating St. Patrick's Day, North is already fierce beyond her years.

Still, she doesn't always love all the attention she gets as the daughter of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West. At the end of fashion week in February, the toddler famously cried out "No pictures please!" as the moment was memorialized on social media. 

While sightings of North are becoming more frequent as she grows up, mom Kim is still weary of her daughter being able to balance the attention she will likely get throughout her life.

"When North was born, I used to pray, 'Can she handle this life?' Because it's a lot to come into, a family that has the spotlight on them, and it's very public. But I really believe people come into our lives, and they choose us, and she knows what her life is going to be," she said in Editorialist's Spring/Summer 2016 issue. "I value my relationship with her so much. I want to become best friends with her to the [point that] she can ask me anything," she added. "My hope for her is that she is just really kind to people and grows up as normal as possible within all of the chaos." 

Tune in for the new season of Keeping Up With the Kardashians premiering May 1 at 9/8c only on E!

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