“Facts” about Rome: An InfoGraphic

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Happy Foundation of Rome Day!

Oh, you actually got to a Holiday before I could? I’m quite surprised.

Well, it had to happen some time, didn’t it?

Anyways, in light of this momentous anniversary, I have created an Infographic.

Another infographic?

Yup! And I’ve illustrated it and everything!

…I’m a bit worried. So, an infographic. What’s it about?

“Facts” about Rome.

… That you may have created on the spot?

Of course!

But without further ado, here it is:

An infographic about Rome that discusses how old Rome is relative to Star Wars, how the Romans were inspired by The Hunger Games, Roman Food, and how Romulus's twin was teleported into Harry Potter World

Happy Something-Thousand-and-something Birthday, Rome!

Yup, further reading definitely required.

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: how do you even come up with this stuff?!

What? I didn’t even touch on some of the weird stuff.

That wasn’t- oh, nevermind. Happy Sunday, readers!

Yup, Happy Sunday everyone! I hope you have a great day!

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7 thoughts on ““Facts” about Rome: An InfoGraphic

  1. Skydiver

    You’ve got it all wrong. Romans invented the tomato. Romulus didn’t kill Remus, he exiled him to the Yucatan Peninsula where he founded the Mayans and invented the tomato.

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    1. Webmaster Post author

      Huh! Although I never implied Romulus killed Remus, I suppose it’s possible Remus did all that stuff.
      Ah! And then the MAYANS must have transported him into the world of Harry Potter!

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  2. Mysterious Guest #750

    I didn’t realize that togas were translucent…

    And people sure like watching other people kill each other. It’s great sport. Because of inflation, people are more valuable than they used to be, so instead of having real people kill each other for real, we now use special effects to create movies where real people just look like they are killing each other. So it’s more efficient, because we can re-use the people after they have been killed in another movie. Awesome!

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  3. profmike

    It reminds me of a song…

    “Oh, give me a tome, wear the Buffalo’s Rome, and the dear candied cant’loupe display…”

    See? It’s about Rome! And togas showing the fluffy buffaloes that live there and their sugary food delicacies! Fluffy might want to learn the rest of it…

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