We might as well throw out the history books because it seems like people on Twitter have their own stories to tell their future kids.
How does this work? People are picking up iconic figures and celebrities and making hilarious comparisons all to mislead their kids about our past.
Here are some of the memes that had us laughing out loud:
Can’t unsee these
gonna tell my kids this is dora pic.twitter.com/7oTeOJp8Lx
— Falak Abbasakoor (@FalakAbbasakoor) November 19, 2019
Gonna tell my kids that this is Shahrukh khan pic.twitter.com/axprxQMwrj
— Areeb Ansari (@areebansari7801) November 20, 2019
I am going to tell my kids this was Lahore. pic.twitter.com/jbHKQYC0Ql
— Usman Ahmad (@UsmanAhmad_iam) November 21, 2019
Excuse me, you cannot come for Keanu Reeves like that!
Gonna tell my kids this was Keanu Reeves pic.twitter.com/rCteBVATIk
— :/ (@whyqadirwhy) November 19, 2019
Pooja, what is this behavior?
gonna tell my kids this was keeping up with the kardashians pic.twitter.com/giiXk2a1JR
— mar (@mxrvey) November 20, 2019
I am gonna tell my kids this is pitbull. pic.twitter.com/GPz4GiPWNG
— Ayesha Imran (@chaichaiye) November 20, 2019
Why you gotta do your kids dirty like that?
Gonna tell my kids this was Lionel Messi. pic.twitter.com/1B1VZsAgjT
— Taha Shaikh (@AdmiralRashidun) November 20, 2019
So what are you going to tell your kids?