Mr Rees-Mogg was seen reclining in the chamber as MPs discussed plans to take control of the Commons agenda and pass legislation which would prevent a no-deal Brexit on October 31.
His repose prompted criticism from several politicians, with Labour MP Anna Turley posting a photo on Twitter describing it as “the physical embodiment of arrogance, entitlement, disrespect and contempt for our parliament”.
After the post, there was no stopping creative Twitter users from adding their own amendments.
Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson shared the picture with a downward line graph tracking the Somerset MP’s form.
“Jacob was just showing us what Brexit will do to our economy. #StopBrexit” she tweeted.
ITV News Political Correspondent Paul Brand questions Jacob Rees-Mogg on his body language during the Brexit debate.
Others used the same tactic to highlight the Government’s disappearing majority.
Others wondered whether the Tory would be “for the high jump”.
Several gags referenced the Simpsons, with one effort placing the MP on the famous cartoon couch.
And another Twitter user saw comparisons between Sir John Everett Millais’ Ophelia painting and Mr Rees-Mogg.
ITV Peston's Twitter account also got in on the joke.
The picture came full circle in the end, with Ms Turley sharing her “favourite” reworking of the image, referencing the Conservatives’ own slogan from the 1979 general election.
“Thoroughly enjoying all the memes of my photo – you are a creative lot Twitter!” she wrote.