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If you thought memes were a recent development, you're wrong. Twitter thinks they found the first ever meme, and it's from the 1920s.
One Twitter user shared a seriously relatable photo, and now the internet thinks it might just be the first-ever meme, taken from an issue of Judge Magazine from 1921.
this comic strip from 1921 is really relatable to this day pic.twitter.com/DXCpl923Iy
— wida (@YoRHaw) April 15, 2018
We think we can all agree that this meme from the '20s is still seriously relatable. And the reactions are all of us, honestly.
IS THIS THE FIRST MEME? https://t.co/2j5IUChhn2
— HONY (@AnthonyGobeille) April 15, 2018
We’ve been making memes for over a hundred years. We just didn’t have the internet.
— Scott Pell (@svederik) April 15, 2018
if you can't handle/you don't deserve https://t.co/zpQI1T5M58
— Rebecca Christopher (@christrebecca) April 15, 2018
Or: Driver's license photos, in a nutshell. https://t.co/bQXLGxKIo6
— Arlo the Pangolin (@ArloPangolin) April 15, 2018
This has been a mood ever since the camera was invented https://t.co/eHZvIpql64
— Hammer Jorts (@LachlanTemplar) April 15, 2018
Do you think this meme compares to today's memes? (Hint: We think so.) Sound off below!