Most likely to always
have words of encouragement

Keep Calm and Carry On

Origin date: 1939 Original copies: 2.5 million

Part of a series of British morale posters for the Second World War, the “Keep Calm and Carry On” phrase originated in 1939. Although 2.5 million copies were printed, none of them were actually hung. The poster was rediscovered in a used bookstore in 2000, and since then, variations of all kinds like “Keep Calm and Have a Cupcake” have emerged.