In case you're an aficionado for soft lighting or black and white photos of lawn chairs at just the right time of day, you probably love Instagram. Which got us thinking, what if this fabulous technology had been available to our forefathers, how would they have used it? We're confident we got it right...and oh so wrong.
Albert Einstein: I drink because everyone is much, much, stupider than me.
Vegan Che Guevara: The kale really accompanies the quinoa well.
Abraham Lincoln: People often forgets Abe's obsession with fixies, and the hotties that ride them.
Hipster Marylin Monroe: The leaves are so pretty this time of year. Also I'm hiding out from the mob right now.
Martin Luther King Jr.: Nothing boosts your confidence like snapping a quick pic as you deliver the mountaintop speech.
Napoleon Bonaparte: Yeah, he's a bit moody.
Theodore Roosevelt: What's the point of making hipster cookies if there's no one to share them with?
George Washington: Put a bird on it.
Winston Churchill: After that whole WWII thing was over, Winston put out an EP with his indie band. You wouldn't have heard of them.
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