#AskRachel and more: Social media loves Rachel Dolezal

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  • The Internet's been having fun with the Dolezal story
  • Tons of tweets and memes are finding life online

(CNN)We tried so hard not to have to do this, but social media, you have left us no choice.

You are acting the serious fool over the Rachel Dolezal story.
The memes, the tweets, the Instagrams. It's a lot. Ever since the news came out about Dolezal, the president of the Spokane, Washington, NAACP who has been accused of lying about her race, it's been nothing but creative mockery.
    #AskRachel continues to thrive days later, asking questions meant to trip up someone unfamiliar with black culture, like:
    Instagram has been having its share of fun, too:

    #askrachel #racheldolezal #halleberry #mariahcarey

    A photo posted by Doc Apollo (@doc_justin_slayer) on

    This takes the cake. #Racheltaughme #AskRachel

    A photo posted by Paddington Bear (@k_c_slater) on

    #AskRachel #RachelDolezal #RobertDowneyJr 😂😂😂😂😩 #Bruh

    A photo posted by BlackHammerJ (@blackhammerj) on

    #AskRachel even did it for the Vine:
    And don't even get us started on this "Are you blacker than a Rachel Dolezal" quiz.
    We have a new hashtag for you, Internet: #DoingTheMOST.