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:
— Henky7 (@ArdMhachaBhoy7) August 18, 2016
#ThingsOwenDid Saved and Privatised Ryan
— no1whisky (@no1whisky) August 18, 2016
Some referenced his divine nature:
Allowed God to have Sunday off work #ThingsOwenDid
— stookie #PCPEU 🏴❣️#JC9 (@photoabc) August 18, 2016
Others referenced his supernatural multi-tasking and quick-thinking skills:
Many others drew attention to his supporting role in history’s greatest events:
#ThingsOwenDid so glad he dropped that Apple on Newtons head
— The Flying Socialist 🇵🇸🌹 (@aftkiloalpha) August 18, 2016
#ThingsOwenDid Took the three wise men to Bethlehem then built a manger out of empty paracetamol boxes
— Simon Tyler (@Pit_Yakker) August 18, 2016
A couple more made clear his intelligence and physical prowess:
Dug out the Chilean miners with just the cutlery in his lunch box #thingsowendid
— J Simpkin (@CultOfIntegrity) August 18, 2016
Established a world record for mentioning Nye Bevan the most times in one sentence #ThingsOwenDid
— Boldee #GTTO (@boldee101) August 18, 2016
And most made reference to his love of ice cream:
But what’s your favourite achievement of Owen Smith’s?
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