#MemeHistory Is Twitter’s Way Of Teaching Us All About History

Anyone who knows a educator knows that it’s not an easy task. The divide between generations in regards to technology and the Internet is vast.

So perhaps #MemeHistory is the answer. There’s a hashtag sweeping the Twittersphere right now, and it might change the way we teach history.

OK, maybe not, but it is hilarious.

When Nixon was asked about Watergate.

@RukaTrue_

Noah when it started raining and everyone tried to apologize and get on the ark.

@GChase_

When George W. Bush was told about Hurricane Katrina.

@TheDiLLon1

When Peter was asked if he’s one of Jesus’ disciples.

@masaku_

When Moses parted the Red Sea.

@NonProphet_

When Switzerland found out there was a World War.

@beyoneeche

When David killed Goliath.

@lecrae

When Paul Revere considered the British coming.

@MichellCClark

When people told FDR he couldn’t run for a third term.

@KofieSpeaks

When Bill Clinton denied having sexual relations with Monica Lewinsky.

@MikeJayTheHost

When you were at a party where Jesus turned water into wine.

@MichellCClark

When the Romans insured Jesus walking around days after they crucified him.

@fvckzedd

When the bus driver told Rosa Parks she had to move to the back.

@The_Ravulture

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