#ThingsOwenDid – What is Smith’s Greatest Achievement? [POLL]

John Shafthauer

In celebration of his recent fantasticness, the users of Twitter have come together to draw attention to the less appreciated achievements of Owen Smith’s career under the hashtag #ThingsOwenDid.

Some Tweets referenced Smith’s political heft:

https://twitter.com/LabourRoots/status/766237313768820736

Some referenced his divine nature:

https://twitter.com/JodisWelch/status/766254384724451328

https://twitter.com/hourlyterrier/status/766245607090614272

Others referenced his supernatural multi-tasking and quick-thinking skills:

https://twitter.com/GladToHaveLeft/status/766242645513474048

https://twitter.com/Radiogagal1803/status/766260203541110785

Many others drew attention to his supporting role in history’s greatest events:

A couple more made clear his intelligence and physical prowess:

And most made reference to his love of ice cream:

https://twitter.com/GladToHaveLeft/status/766234387067310080

But what’s your favourite achievement of Owen Smith’s?

Please vote in the poll below, and follow Off the Perch on Facebook and Twitter for more.

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Featured image via Flickr / Flickr / Wikimedia

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