Whenever it seems like we hear some relatively good news about the fight about the coronavirus, bad news pops up out of nowhere and brings us all back to reality again.
And for most of us, a part of that is dealing with this seemingly never-ending quarantine. And I think we can safely say that some people are dealing with the lockdown much better than others.
People took to Twitter to share their personal (and funny) opinions about the lockdown, the coronavirus, and everything that is associated with it. Let’s take a look at what they had to say.
1. Here’s the breakdown.
This is some REAL TALK!
“i can’t go because of coronavirus”
“i’ve sworn an oath of solitude til the blight is purged from these lands”
– heroic, valiant
– they will assume you have a sword
– impossible to check if you really have a sword because of coronavirus
— soul nate (@MNateShyamalan) March 17, 2020
2. That was very surprising…
A bold step, indeed.
The Vatican canceled Easter. You know how much stuff has to suck for the Pope to be like "you know what, this year Jesus stays dead".
— Jesse Case (@jessecase) March 17, 2020
3. This kid is taking charge of the situation.
For better or worse…
Our 5 year old seems to have deemed himself the local virus warden.
Over the fence to our neighbour:
‘JEAN YOU NEED TO GO INSIDE’
‘Okay I will in a minute’
‘YOU’RE OLD AND THERE’S A VIRUS’
‘I’m not that old thank you’
‘HOW OLD ARE YOU JEAN?’
‘THAT IS NEARLY 70 JEAN.’
— Adam Bedford (@adambedders) March 19, 2020
4. Don’t ACTUALLY try this at home.
It’s just kind of rude, ya know?
For the average American the best way to tell if you have covid-19 is to cough in a rich person’s face and wait for their test results
— Harry Moroz (@hrmoroz) March 20, 2020
5. That is seriously not cool.
Not cool at all…
Pollen still coming out during a global pandemic??? Bitch read the room
— MELBA STAN ACCOUNT (@notmelba) March 20, 2020
6. Getting in the way of official Cat Business.
And I don’t think they’re very happy about it.
Shout-out to the nation's cats, who are dealing with the horrifying realisation that their humans are going to be at home for the foreseeable, interrupting their naps, sitting on their sofas and generally disrupting their daily routines of snoozes and Important Cat Business. pic.twitter.com/JGWGmqPKy8
— Kate Bevan is still at home (@katebevan) March 18, 2020
7. The glue that holds it together.
What would they do without you?
the human has been working from home the last couple days. and every so often. they let me participate in the video calls. all the other humans cheer when they see me. i am the only thing holding their company together
— Thoughts of Dog® (@dog_feelings) March 10, 2020
8. Wait! Not like that!
Never mind, forget I said anything.
People: "I want 2020 to be like the roarin' twenties!"
Earth: "Alright, infectious disease is spreading."
People: "No, not like that."
Earth: "The US stock market is tanking."
Earth: "LMAO Bars can't be open anymore."
— M Night Charmeleon (@synthandlasers) March 17, 2020
9. I thought this might have been your fault.
And now we have confirmation!
my overprotective catholic mother just told me this lockdown is God’s way of telling me I go out too much.. sorry everybody this entire pandemic is my fault for not staying home MY BAD
— jamie (@bootangina) March 20, 2020
10. No rules!
I kind of like where this is heading, though…
A bar in my neighborhood is delivering entire liters of their premixed margaritas for $25 and you get a complimentary roll of toilet paper with your purchase and it’s really starting to feel like there are no rules anymore
— Ryan Brooks (@ryanbrooks) March 18, 2020
11. Here a pro-tip for you.
Are you listening?
Pro-tip for couples suddenly working from home together: Get yourselves an imaginary coworker to blame things on. In our apartment, Cheryl keeps leaving her dirty water cups all over the place and we really don't know what to do about her.
— Molly Tolsky (@mollytolsky) March 16, 2020
12. I think you’re right…
How much longer will this last?
I guess now we’re all living in those old paintings of people lying around on couches doing nothing with their boobs out
— Dana Berger – Actress (@DanaMerylBerger) April 4, 2020
13. This is very true.
Did you realize this yet?
quarantine has really showed me you don’t need fun to have alcohol
— gabs (@gabs_leu) April 4, 2020
14. Looking a little bleak out there.
Remember to brush up on your bartering skills!
2020 sounded like the most futuristic year and now we’re all like “I traded my neighbor a handkerchief for some carrots”
— Jess Dweck (@TheDweck) April 10, 2020
Now we want to hear from you!
How has life been for you since March when the whole world got turned upside down?
Talk to us in the comments and let us know how you’re doing. And remember to wear a mask when you venture outside. Stay safe and stay healthy!