Good old home office. Some people are bursting with creativity and blossoming into new ideas. Others ( let’s be honest, most of us) sit in front of their computers unmotivated and try to concentrate while the children scream in the background. But one of the above-mentioned creative minds, based in the state of California, came up with a grandiose idea: for a donation of $65, you can bring a llama or another farm animal from the Sweet Farm to your video conference. Bye-bye, boring zoom calls!
We also took an example of this and brought a few sheep to the Daily!
whether it's real or not, I do not care if ur kid said something inspiring. I DO care about the stuff they say that's straight up batshit. when my brother was 3 he thought blood was made of tiny crabs and they controlled hugs and he couldn't hug a lot bc the crabs would get tired
— sloane (sipihkopiyesis) (@cottoncandaddy) April 21, 2020
If you can’t tell me who said it, don’t tell me what you heard.
— 🦋 (@itgirljadiah) April 21, 2020
Another day another stupid Excel chart pic.twitter.com/NaNLHTZGSW
— Planet Dave (@_daviant) April 22, 2020
Ok Brits what is the deal, does half ten mean 9:30 or does it mean 10:30 and if it does then why don’t you just say nine thirty or ten thirty WHAT IS THIS MADNESS I’M SO CONFUSED
— Girl on the Hill (@Mom_Overboard) April 22, 2020
How I used to begin work emails: Hi!
How I begin work emails now: pic.twitter.com/XaDAyNWHQ1
— Hannah Long (@HannahGraceLong) April 22, 2020
I wish i could write a perfect tweet that says i wish every1 love & health, i feel privileged to goof around w ya, i am honoring the essential workers and medical staff in my heart but also trying to fight for their basic rights, but it's hard to say it all, so i'll just do a ♥️
— Megan Amram (@meganamram) April 23, 2020
so, my psychologist found my twitter and lemme tell you he is therapissssed
— semi-good (dad)jokes (@perlhack) April 20, 2020
I would do ANYTHING to get a boyfriend. Anything except exercise, wear makeup, or be nice to men.
— Ana Moss (@anashedidnt) April 22, 2020
— Clare Pooley (@cpooleywriter) April 23, 2020
Old McDonald’s: now a farm https://t.co/2hCIGAaEhE
— Ben Bong (@Mrs_Foo_Cough) April 21, 2020