12 Hilarious Mormon Social Media Posts Members Totally Get


Are your friends off of social media this week? Did your FHE about the Holy Ghost not go quite as planned? You're not alone.

As Mormons, we have a few particular things surrounding our culture others might not understand. And sometimes, these things make for some pretty good memes and social media posts members totally get, like these ones. 

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#FHE Object Lesson: This is what happens when you don’t follow the promptings of the Holy Ghost. — Branden Allen (@brandengallen2) May 21, 2018
Retweet if you always thought this kid was holding a giant piece of white bread. — Textures of Mormonism (@Txtofmormonism) May 13, 2018

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Mormons be like... — Textures of Mormonism (@Txtofmormonism) April 2, 2018
Female teenage investigator: So you start as a Beehive, then move to Mia Maid, then move to Laurel? Missionary: Not Yanny..... Laurel Investigator: that’s what I said.@TheMormonLikes — Bergy (@Ice_Bergy) May 16, 2018
My friend’s ward is learning a controversial new hymn today in sacrament meeting — spinsterella (@itsabsaf) June 3, 2018
A Poor Wayfaring Man of Grief is the Bohemian Rhapsody of hymns — Things Mormons Like (@TheMormonLikes) June 4, 2018

Talking about some symbolism in Sunday school and the teacher asked “who is the rock?” And without skipping a beat my mom and I whispered in unison “Dwayne the Rock Johnson” 💛 — Eliza (@elizardd) May 13, 2018

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"We'd like to thank the Priesthood for administering the sacrament and dismiss them to sit with their families" — rad Mormon dad Mormon (@ARadicalMormon) April 30, 2018
Found the final Infinity Stone — BCC (@ByCommonConsent) April 30, 2018

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