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For every modern event, there's a historical art meme that's applicable. No matter how strange either may seem.
To be fair, these historical art memes are the best way to cope with that, so it was kind of a catch-22.
Historical art memes also offer some valuable perspective. Remember this the next time you think of how rough 2020 was.
Another historical art meme, another lesson in perspective and how history tends to repeat itself, even though the outfits (thankfully) change.
The craziest thing about this historical art meme is imagining someone trying to wow Shakespeare with a story. The audacity.
We know this historical art meme is probably doctored, but we choose to believe it isn't, and that Tupac isn't dead, just time travelling.
Did you know that historical art memes could be educational? While the language is slightly different, this is basically how the first Fourth of July went down.
Thank goodness for that program. If it wasn't for Excel, we'd have to use some other program or even use math. This historical art meme shows the magnitude of Excel's tasks.
Yeah, eight hours of sleep is nice. But have you ever been like the guy in this historical art meme and read a novel's worth of an argument from two complete strangers?
The sad part of this historical art meme is knowing you would have been super hot, but everyone you could hook up with wouldn't be.
The guy in this historical art meme is gonna be what flashes through our heads whenever some fools step outside their lane.
Right down to the ridiculous outfits and overly dramatic hand gestures. Did the person who made this historical art meme actually trip through history?
If only the church rejected the second statue in this historical art meme and found their third brother. We wanna know how hot Lucifer could get.
Churches everywhere should adopt this historical art meme, as it would make us look forward to attending mass every Sunday.