Today we present kind acts between neighbors, dissing your dishwasher while being in self isolation and why shopping in quarantine is basically a horror movie. Have fun with our Daily!
it feels like january, february and march were all 3 different years
— Shafeeq (@Y2SHAF) March 31, 2020
I scored my neighbor a bag of flour and she just left a small cake on my doorstep. We live in uncertain times, but we also live in the age of doorstep cake.
— Elizabeth Hackett (@LizHackett) March 31, 2020
Day 18 of quarantine: had a rap battle with the dish washer pic.twitter.com/hdgP2o9Lyp
— rone’s gamblin corner (@_rone) March 31, 2020
everyone in April: pic.twitter.com/et7Nrit01n
— chris (@versacewolfe) March 31, 2020
queer people love dungeons and dragons because we have a highly developed understanding of why you might band together with a chosen family against a world of monsters that would kill you given half a chance
— Oliver Clegg 🌈 (@deathbybadger) March 31, 2020
Turning corners at the supermarket like I’m at a haunted house
— Jeff Kasanoff (@JeffKasanoff) March 30, 2020
Hot take: if public schools are shifting to online classes, then internet is a basic service and everyone should have access.
— Sophie Lagacé (@MechanteAnemone) March 30, 2020
Television. Reality. pic.twitter.com/UHqiQN6w4M
— Dan Ziffer (@danziffer) March 30, 2020
The government is asking y’all to do nothing & ya can’t even do that right lol
— VILLAIN 3 OUT NOW (@CEAZEDAVILLAIN) March 31, 2020
No one gives a shit. https://t.co/QtaNWlMD4Y
— Benjamin Dixon (@BenjaminPDixon) March 30, 2020