Posted September 07, 2018 06:02:53The tree nut allergy meme was born out of a series of images posted on Facebook by someone named Taryn Riddle.

According to her Facebook page, she was a nurse in New York City who got a rash and had to put her fingers in her mouth to make a seal.

After she did this, she went to see a dermatologist, who prescribed a steroid for the rash.

After getting a prescription for a steroid, she noticed that it made her itch like crazy.

“It’s not just the itch,” she wrote.

“It’s the itch, the burning, the redness, the stinging, the pain, the itching, the dryness, and it can make me feel like I’m going to pass out.

So I decided to make an animal-safe, nut-friendly meme that makes me feel better.”

The meme, which is based on the classic “Tree Nut” scene from the classic Disney movie, “The Nutcracker,” has garnered over 7 million likes and more than 3 million shares.

According to the National Nut Alliance, the nut allergy is “the leading cause of death in the United States.”

It can lead to “skin, joint, eye, and respiratory problems, chronic fatigue, and depression.”

The CDC states that nut allergies cause about 7 percent of the deaths from all causes.

According in the National Center for Nutritional Services (NANES), nut allergies can cause allergic reactions to nuts, tree nuts, and other nut products.

“These reactions can cause a number of health problems, including skin irritation, itching, redness or swelling of the skin, increased sensitivity to cold, or swelling and bleeding in the lungs,” the center says.