17 Latter-day Saint Memes and Tweets Too Hilarious Not to Share


Do you wonder why Latter-day Saints are called a peculiar people? A quick look at Twitter or Facebook and the answer seems obvious. Here are a few hilarious tweets and memes to make you laugh and help you embrace our unique culture as Latter-day Saints.

lol @ whomever stole my amazon package containing my new Book of Mormon study guides off of my front porch. You’re in for a treat!! enjoy!! β€” mary arndt (@MaryPerson) January 4, 2019
Me: Hey mom, who was our first Mormon ancestor? Mom: β€” jake 😊 (@jakedayton26) January 15, 2019
Him: β€œHave you ever collected anything? Like stamps or buttons?” Me: β€œI collect photos of people trying to cover up basketball hoops for their reception in the church gym.” β€” Janessa James (@JanessaJam) December 13, 2018
#ldsmemes #ldsprobs #mormonsgonnamorm β€” Joseph Smith Dank Meme Stash (@joesmithmemes) June 4, 2018
View this post on Instagram Shia LeBeouf is perfect for this πŸ˜‚ #mormonmemes #mormon #mormonfunny #lds #shialebeouf #primaryprogram A post shared by Latterdaysaintsmemes (@latterdaysaintsmemes) on Nov 5, 2016 at 5:32pm PDT

When you're looking in your family tree for potential baby names but all you got is...#LDS #Mormon #FamilyHistory β€” Kyle Treasure (@KyleTreasure) February 7, 2016

"daddy, what is this movie with a temple on it" πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ β€” Trevor Walker (@twalker201) August 24, 2018

If someone random in your ward suddenly adds you on Facebook it’s either because they were just assigned to minister to you or they want to sell you essential oils. β€” Textures of Mormonism (@Txtofmormonism) November 19, 2018
View this post on Instagram Listening to music and the spoken word right now be like.. #LDSconf #mormonmemes #mormons #lds #thechurchistrue A post shared by Latterdaysaintsmemes (@latterdaysaintsmemes) on Apr 2, 2017 at 8:55am PDT
Psalms 23:4 β€” Latter-day Saint Quotes (@LDSquotable) July 11, 2017
I'm surprised nobody in Utah has named their bicycle shop Pride Cycle β€” KJ (@pokemaughan) January 1, 2019


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