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The Funniest Sarcastic R.I.P. Posts We Found On Twitter

Lucky for us Twitter has brought us a new meme format, and it is both dark and hilarious. Just what we all need right now. Hard to know where it started but the general concept is pretty easy to catch on to. It seems like there are very few boundaries too, it's really just a beautiful way to remember someone. Personally, I wouldn't mind if this meme format sticks around for a bit since it is kind of informative too. The more random the historical figure, the funnier.

If you're a history buff or just someone who appreciates sarcastic humor in general, you will probably thoroughly enjoy these tweets.

The Funniest Sarcastic R.I.P. Posts We Found On Twitter| thumbnail text - Harrison @harriweinreb - Mar 23 •.. rip to the wright brothers they would have loved airplane mode 5 7 191 ♡ 2.9K
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25 Cool Guides And History Memes To Sharpen Your Brain

Do you ever find yourself wishing for a picture-based reference guide or wanting some cool history memes? Yeah, us too. That's why we created this new list, where you can pass the time in an educational way. Don't forget to have a look at these spicy memes for more entertainment.

cool history memes, infographic guides, cool guides, random info, historical | Person - COMMON HAND SIGNALS AND TEACH THEM Y rour dog doesn't need be fluent sign language learn respond common hand signals. Most dogs can learn basic signals matter minutes. Teach Dog Stay While dog's sitting or lying down, show him flat palm, with 2 Repeat, but move two steps back this time. Slowly increase distance away dog, and length time he must stay. Slowly increase distractions his environment fingertips poi
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Cats Leaving Their Paw Marks Throughout History Thread Goes Viral

You know how cats always go to places they shouldn't go to, always sit where they shouldn't, always act like absolute hooligans? Yeah, they've always done that. Apparently, all throughout history, cats have been walking around in important places, on important documents, leaving their kitty paw marks, and now, we have proof.

A twitter thread by the user @DannyDutch who collected all the pieces of evidence of how cats have been walking over our things for over 4,000 years has gone vial. People added their own pictures to the thread as well, and we found another few. Some other users also gave their own purrfect additions, showing that cats are still leaving their marks to this day. 

twitter thread plus tweets of cats leaving their paw prints in important places throughout history thumbnail includes two pictures of two different open books with cat paw prints on them
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