The "Meme History" Hashtag Is Basically How Teachers Should Teach History
Why weren't we taught history like this in school?
The hilarious Meme History hashtag, created by @Tylerlma, took over Twitter on Thursday. Here are the funniest and most creative interpretations of how historic events ~may~ have happened.
When Mary had to somehow explain immaculate conception to Joseph...
...and when Peter wasn't tryna claim Jesus at all.
When Cain pretended he knew nothing of Abel's highly suspicious disappearance.
During the infamous Salem Witch Hunt, you know there were some folks who willingly gave up information.
Rosa Parks was so unbothered when she was told to give up her seat.
When Judas avoided making small talk with Jesus because he knew he was gonna do something foul.
And how the disciples probably reacted when Jesus showed them his cool new trick that involved water.
And how animals most likely reacted when Noah didn't choose them for the extremely competitive ride on his ark.
It may be a myth, but just imagine how funny it'd been if George Washington were actually suspected of chopping down a poor fruit-bearing tree.
That moment when Madame CJ Walker got her edges in ~formation~.
Adam probably slept alone voluntarily when Eve disclosed her terrible news.
Let's be honest, it's not like Abraham needed to be convinced too much to bed another person.
OK, she probably didn't have cake, but everything else stands.
When the Pledge of Allegiance didn't quite live up to its meaning.
Coretta would save face while in public, but she probably gave Martin a very stern talking-to when his infidelities came to light.
The true story of how Jesus convinced so many disciples to follow him. Hint: There was probably lots of alcohol.
And more recently, when there may or may not have been some funny business during the 2000 election.
How some people felt President Bush reacted during Hurricane Katrina.
When Harriet Tubman was fed up with the BS.
When Columbus came through and started changing up a whole group of people's lives.
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