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Photo: klempa (Shutterstock) With the holiday season in full swing, the young people are shifting to different dimensions, denying the existence of Ancient Rome, and learning more about snowflakes than you’d even think was possible. TikTok historian disputes existence of the Roman Empire I never get tired of the crazy crap TikTok people come up with, like this one: @momllennial_ thinks ancient Rome didn’t exist. Like, at all. According to her, ancient Rome is a “figment of the Spanish Inquisition’s imagination .” “It’s not real, dude,” she insists. “It’s bread and circuses. It’s a circus, man.” According to @momllennial, the Hadrian’s Wall in the UK is actually a road built by Greek merchants, despite it being, clearly, a wall built by Romans. (I mean, it’s right there . You can visit it .) Actual historians and classics professors strangely are not lamenting the end of their careers. They are pointing out that “ancient Rome, actually, was real” and “ Oh my god, this is so, so stupid, ” (paraphrasing). TikTok’s dimension shifters and quantum jumpers Since I’m doing weird TikTok conspiracies, how about this one: You can “switch” from this universe/dimension to alternative ones. @kadyroxz moved to an alternative universe in 2017 while on a school trip . This dude thinks we all switched dimensions in 2021 . “The vibe was really weird,” he explains. (But don’t worry, we’re back in the regular dimension now.) Check out the awesome Quantumjumping hash for endlessly entertaining videos. I believe this one […]