29 Idiotic Things I Can't Believe People Actually Had The Confidence To Post Online This Month

1.This person, who thought Romeo and Juliet was real history:

Brigitte Gabriel shares a tweet by RadioGenoa asking for thoughts on the 2024 casting of Romeo and Juliet. The image includes actors Tom Holland and Zaria
u/Visqo, Matt Winkelmeyer / WireImage via Getty Images, Ian West/PA Images via Getty Images / Via reddit.com

2.This person, who forgot that not only is May Military Appreciation Month, but that there are four military-related appreciation months and numerous holidays:

Text in the image: "I will no longer be referring to June as 'Pride Month'. If our Veterans don't have an entire month to honor their service & sacrifices, then nobody should get one. It’s just June."
u/Jjokes11 / Via reddit.com

3.This person, who claimed there is no American accent:

Screenshot of a social media discussion about accents. First post argues that American accent is neutral. Second post counters, saying UK accent is the original. Third post humorously suggests everyone thinks their own accent is neutral
u/jewelsandbones / Via reddit.com

4.This person, who claimed "all of Europe is the size of Texas":

A comment discussing the UK and the US, noting the size differences between Europe and Texas and expressing opinions on demographic and crime-related issues
u/LazyNam- / Via reddit.com

5.This person, who stupidly made the racist claim that white people don't steal...forgetting about the MASSIVE amount of stealing white people have historically done:

Tweet summarizing historical facts: The British Empire looted an estimated $45 trillion from India (1765-1938) and introduced the Hindustani word for plunder, "loot," into English
u/clumsy__jedi / Via reddit.com

6.This person, who tried to claim no Christian ever killed someone because of their Christian beliefs (forgetting the Reconquista, the Spanish Inquisition, the Conquistadors, etc.):

Twitter exchange: Evelyn Waughluigi says, "Funniest thing someone with a Spanish flag emoji could possibly say." Ada Lluch replies, "I never saw anyone murdering people screaming 'Christ is King'. Just saying."
u/winterneuro / Via reddit.com

7.This person, who claimed France is younger than the US:

Comment highlighting that France's current republic was founded in 1958, making it younger than the United States. Mentions 1792 for the original French republic
u/KahnKoyote / Via reddit.com

8.This person, who claimed South Africa is a continent:

Series of social media comments debating whether South Africa is a country or continent, with users using emojis and laughing at the confusion
u/DropDoc / Via reddit.com

9.This person, who thought a trinity meant a "solid group of people," regardless of the number:

Tweet thread discussing the meaning of "trinity." Comments range from "solid group of people" to "means three" with various interpretations and a debate on prefixes
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10.This person, who corrected someone's (correct) use of "to":

A Reddit post conversation. First user reminds that a game is in early access and updates will come. Second user critiques the first user's grammar
u/FearTheBeast / Via reddit.com

11.This person, who didn't understand the difference between weather and climate:

Summary of a Reddit conversation: A user mocks climate change forecasting, another explains weather and climate differences, and a third user sarcastically disagrees
u/Koobrick / Via reddit.com

12.This person, who just learned a quarter of an hour means 15 minutes:

Screenshot of social media comments discussing confusion over the time "quarter past 3," with various users debating and joking about it
u/the_nacho_stealer / Via reddit.com

13.These two people, who tried to out-idiot each other:

Exhibit showing a large Titanoboa model with visitors observing it. Facebook comments underneath debate whether Titanoboa is a snake or reptile and the existence of dinosaurs
u/I_Like_Sneks197 / Via reddit.com

14.This person, who made an absolutely unhinged claim:

Summary of a comment under a video about a kid getting stuck under ice: it theorizes that the human ability to survive in cold water is due to amniotic fluid in the womb
u/just_a_person_maybe / Via reddit.com

15.This ridiculously uninformed person:

Person holding a cup of coffee. Text reads, "ADHD only affects men. Don't diagnose yourself from TikTok."
u/MelanieWalmartinez / Via reddit.com

16.Along with this one:

Text explains: "Turn off the main power breaker in your home and sit there for 10 minutes. Feel the difference? ADHD has been linked to dirty electricity."
u/FalconLynx13 / Via reddit.com

17.And this one:

Twitter conversation: User states immune systems don't exist. Second user asks for elaboration. Original user claims immune systems are fictional to profit from vaccines
u/FalconLynx13 / Via reddit.com

18.This Trump supporter:

The image contains text that reads: "Jesus was convicted in a sham trial...and crucified. I still follow him."
u/tojeep / Via reddit.com

19.This conspiracy theorist:

An AED (Automated External Defibrillator) mounted on a wall, described in a social media post suggesting its placement in stores indicates an expected rise in medical emergencies
u/stormbutton / Via reddit.com

20.This person, who did not recognize their own state's flag:

A social media post expresses confusion about a Mexican flag at a concert; a reply clarifies it's the state flag
u/Darth_Vrandon / Via reddit.com

21.This person, who claimed the Ancient Greeks didn't have same-sex relationships...and that they were Christian:

Screenshot of a Twitter conversation where users debate historical inaccuracies in a video game tweet about LGBTQ+ representation in ancient Greece, mentioning Christianity
u/romeovf / Via reddit.com

22.This person, who made a wildly unsafe claim:

Social media post claiming lead paint protects from radiation poisoning and urges repainting homes with lead paint
u/Prestigious_Rice706 / Via reddit.com

23.This person, who claimed that Brazilian and Mexican people speak the same language and have similar cultures:

A series of YouTube comments discussing the differences between Brazilian and Mexican cultures and languages, with users providing clarifications and corrections
u/CanadianW / Via reddit.com

24.This person, who claimed men's hobbies are only to attract women:

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25.This person, who asked a head-scratching question:

Social media post asks why atheists explain most cities are near large water sources, essential for human life
u/AzuSteve / Via reddit.com

26.This person, who argued dating Taylor Swift makes Travis Kelce gay(??):

The image contains text questioning why a rich, famous man would marry a 34-year-old woman, suggesting she is low quality, implying the man may be gay
u/Visqo / Via reddit.com

27.This awful parent, who gave their kid raw chicken and encourages others to do the same:

A Facebook post with an image of a baby holding a raw chicken bone. The post discusses giving raw chicken bones to babies as teething toys and their supposed benefits
u/ladymoonshyne / Via reddit.com

28.This poor soul who didn't seem to know the difference between ​"anesthetize" and "euthanize":

A person asks why tattoo places don't offer euthanasia like some dentists do, as they have a low pain tolerance and prefer being euthanized over enduring pain
u/Non-specificExcuse / Via reddit.com

29.And finally, this George R. R. Martin fan, who didn't seem to be a fan at all:

A person comments, wrongly calling the series a book titled "The Song of Ice and Fire". Another corrects them, stating the series title and clarifying the first book is "A Game of Thrones."
u/FieryRedhead_Kvothe / Via reddit.com

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