- There’s a new meme making its way around Twitter
- Twitter users are using famous deaths as reasons not to participate in common activities
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A new phenomenon has hit the Twitter streets and it’s spreading faster than rumors about a Kardashian’s love life. This phenomenon is the latest meme that has spawned quite a bit of clever posting from users.
The trend has spawned Tweets that call back the causes of death from historical figures and fictional characters as reasons not to take part in common daily activities.
Here are some of the most entertaining posts the people of Twitter have managed to dream up.
You want me to enjoy theatre? The thing that killed Abraham Lincoln?
— Mariah Rose Faith™️ (@MariahRoseFaith) December 7, 2021
This house has an unfinished basement? The thing that killed Fortunato?
— Andrew Cunningham (@AndrewWrites) December 8, 2021
You want me to buy property? The thing that killed the wicked witch of the east?
— Max Levy (@maxwellkayton) December 8, 2021
there's a tsunami coming in and you want me to seek high ground?? the thing that killed anakin skywalker??
— Cassie @ BRAINROT (@curioscurio) December 8, 2021
u want me to apply for SNAP . the thing that killed iron man
— julia♡(ꈍᴗꈍ) (@shrimpjulia) December 8, 2021
you want me to get on a bus. the thing that killed the greendale community college glee club
— paola (@luckycharmstv) December 8, 2021
you want me to go to a meeting? the thing that killed Julius Caesar?
— xanax in a cinnabon (ali) (@xanabon) December 7, 2021
you want me to go to the toilet. The thing that killed Elvis
— dj fuck (@eggshellfriend) December 1, 2021
you want me to lick an envelope. the thing that killed susan ross
— Seinfeld Current Day (@Seinfeld2000) December 8, 2021
you want me to trust my friends? the thing that killed james and lily potter?
— ⋆ amy ⋆ (@tomlinsaint) December 8, 2021
This is a pretty enjoyable trend and I feel like it’s only right that I get in on the act here. You’re going to listen to your wife? The thing that killed Macbeth?