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From police brutality to Trump’s racist antics to domestic violence against Black women, even we can admit that the news has been really heavy as of late. But if you need a break and a good laugh, hop over to Twitter and follow the hashtag #MemeHistory–we promise, it will change your entire life.

It all started on Thursday night when @TylerIAm came across a meme used in a teacher’s presentation about Nazi leader Adolf Hitler. Wondering what would happened if everyone all “meme-splained” a wide range of historic moments, a trending hashtag was born,Vibe wroteHere are 10 reasons why #MemeHistory has us believing in humanity again.

The Bible ones will have you falling out.

As will this one.

“Nah”–Rosa Parks

I cannot.

This is just wrong.

A mess.

Now see?

Y’all play too much.

This one was a little too real.


We truly are a funny and witty people.


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