What would you tell your child if and when you actually have them? That's one deep question asking for introspection. And if you consider that they would believe whatever you tell them without a doubt makes the proposition even more tasteful.
Picture this. If one tells his/her child about Kane Williamson's Team New Zealand won the 2019 Cricket World Cup, there is no chance they would not believe so.
In line with this, a meme has taken over the internet, and literally so -- in which people are listing how they are going to trick their children into believing things that are completely untrue.
The viral meme is hillarious AF -- because the two things -- the actual and the told -- have little in common.
We said it already. It's quite sentimental you see.
gonna tell my kids that he was the winning captain of cricket worldcup 2019 pic.twitter.com/Cnqovxrr0f— Godman Chikna (@Madan_Chikna) November 20, 2019
gonna tell my kids this was obama pic.twitter.com/OT7EEjIJ6M— Odd Future (@itsOddFuture) November 15, 2019
Gonna tell my kids, I refused this offer. pic.twitter.com/EoYlr4KknQ— Satya (@absolutesatya) November 20, 2019
Because Salman Khan can do anything.
Gonna tell my kids he Discovered Gravity pic.twitter.com/SKZlQsMwoH— सौम् Yeah (@soumyastic) November 20, 2019
Because they "know nothing"?
— d J (@djaywalebabu) November 20, 2019
Can we unsee this?
gonna tell my kids this is dora pic.twitter.com/7oTeOJp8Lx— Falak Abbasakoor (@FalakAbbasakoor) November 19, 2019
No no no!
Gonna tell my kids I hate them— adam ellis (@moby_dickhead) November 21, 2019
Wish they never listen to her songs.
Gonna tell my kid's— Cartoon (@akbarcartoon) November 21, 2019
She was the best singer in this world pic.twitter.com/7nXjtbwikM
I’m gonna tell my kids this was Christopher Columbus pic.twitter.com/4DBlDMB1M2— Johnny Mayo (@WanderlustJMayo) November 20, 2019
We rest the case now!
p.s. Gonna tell my kids **Sonal Gera** survived!