Former Disney star's tweet about 'remember the Alamo' leaves internet puzzled

CaptionClose@colesprouse: "I refuse, I won't be with a woman who has forgotten the Alamo."@colesprouse: "I refuse, I won't be with a woman who has forgotten the Alamo."After Cole Sprouse, a former Disney channel star, tweeted on March 1, 2017 that he...

Former Disney star's tweet about 'remember the Alamo' leaves internet puzzled

CaptionClose@colesprouse: "I refuse, I won't be with a woman who has forgotten the Alamo."@colesprouse: "I refuse, I won't be with a woman who has forgotten the Alamo."After Cole Sprouse, a former Disney channel star, tweeted on March 1, 2017 that he...

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Former Disney star's tweet about 'remember the Alamo' leaves internet puzzled

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@colesprouse: "I refuse, I won't be with a woman who has forgotten the Alamo."

@colesprouse: "I refuse, I won't be with a woman who has forgotten the Alamo."

After Cole Sprouse, a former Disney channel star, tweeted on March 1, 2017 that he would only date a woman who remembered the Alamo, the internet reacted with some serious confusion.

After Cole Sprouse, a former Disney channel star, tweeted on March 1, 2017 that he would only date a woman who remembered the Alamo, the internet reacted with some serious confusion.

After Cole Sprouse, a former Disney channel star, tweeted on March 1, 2017 that he would only date a woman who remembered the Alamo, the internet reacted with some serious confusion.

After Cole Sprouse, a former Disney channel star, tweeted on March 1, 2017 that he would only date a woman who remembered the Alamo, the internet reacted with some serious confusion.

After Cole Sprouse, a former Disney channel star, tweeted on March 1, 2017 that he would only date a woman who remembered the Alamo, the internet reacted with some serious confusion.

After Cole Sprouse, a former Disney channel star, tweeted on March 1, 2017 that he would only date a woman who remembered the Alamo, the internet reacted with some serious confusion.

After Cole Sprouse, a former Disney channel star, tweeted on March 1, 2017 that he would only date a woman who remembered the Alamo, the internet reacted with some serious confusion.

After Cole Sprouse, a former Disney channel star, tweeted on March 1, 2017 that he would only date a woman who remembered the Alamo, the internet reacted with some serious confusion.

After Cole Sprouse, a former Disney channel star, tweeted on March 1, 2017 that he would only date a woman who remembered the Alamo, the internet reacted with some serious confusion.

After Cole Sprouse, a former Disney channel star, tweeted on March 1, 2017 that he would only date a woman who remembered the Alamo, the internet reacted with some serious confusion.

After Cole Sprouse, a former Disney channel star, tweeted on March 1, 2017 that he would only date a woman who remembered the Alamo, the internet reacted with some serious confusion.

After Cole Sprouse, a former Disney channel star, tweeted on March 1, 2017 that he would only date a woman who remembered the Alamo, the internet reacted with some serious confusion.

After Cole Sprouse, a former Disney channel star, tweeted on March 1, 2017 that he would only date a woman who remembered the Alamo, the internet reacted with some serious confusion.

After Cole Sprouse, a former Disney channel star, tweeted on March 1, 2017 that he would only date a woman who remembered the Alamo, the internet reacted with some serious confusion.

After Cole Sprouse, a former Disney channel star, tweeted on March 1, 2017 that he would only date a woman who remembered the Alamo, the internet reacted with some serious confusion.

After Cole Sprouse, a former Disney channel star, tweeted on March 1, 2017 that he would only date a woman who remembered the Alamo, the internet reacted with some serious confusion.

After Cole Sprouse, a former Disney channel star, tweeted on March 1, 2017 that he would only date a woman who remembered the Alamo, the internet reacted with some serious confusion.

After Cole Sprouse, a former Disney channel star, tweeted on March 1, 2017 that he would only date a woman who remembered the Alamo, the internet reacted with some serious confusion.

Depending on what, or who, you're into, there may be a new reason to "remember the Alamo."

Cole Sprouse, former star of "The Suite Life of Zack and Cody," which aired from 2005 to 2008 on the Disney channel, tweeted Wednesday he would only date a woman who remembered the Alamo.

"I refuse, I won't be with a woman who has forgotten the Alamo," he said.

Click through the slideshow to see how the internet responded to Sprouse.

Sprouse, who was not born in Texas -- he was born in 1992 to American parents in Italy -- incited a thread of confused responses from what we can only assume are people not from the Lone Star State. Tweet after tweet reading "huh?" in some way or another flooded in. 

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Whether it was a joke or not, it's clear, the rest of the country may need a lesson in Texas history, if only to date a former child star.

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