You know what’s really interesting to watch? How everyday things, especially those to which we paid little attention before the pandemic, have become a real luxury good. Have you noticed, for example, how expensive disinfectant gel has become? Or toilet paper? It’s actually almost laughable. What’s really funny are our 10 best finds of the Day! Have fun!
Humans are the only species stupid enough to have jobs and pay to live on earth.
— Shower Thoughts (@TheWeirdWorld) April 3, 2021
The Universe is under no obligation to make sense to you.
— Neil deGrasse Tyson (@neiltyson) April 3, 2021
my mom barged into my room moments after i had finished masturbating and i was panting like a dog but didn’t want to tell her it was because i just CAME so i told her i was feelinf out of breath and now she thinks i have covid
— yamini (@showmetheyamz) April 3, 2021
My wife died almost 7 years ago and I’ve done pretty well over the years. Tonight I made a really fantastic shrimp 🍤 with linguine and wine sauce. I burst into tears half way through the meal because I soo wanted to share it with her. She would have loved it 💔
— Scott (@Longwood01) April 3, 2021
hand sanitizer that smells like a doctors office and not tequila is now considered a luxury good
— hanna (5’2) (@hannaemilyy) April 2, 2021
imagine surviving a year of quarantine and its related impact on your mental health and still believing the prison system will make people or society better
— Margaret Killjoy 🏴 (@magpiekilljoy) April 2, 2021
I’ll turn on a 2 hour movie just to eat my food in 2 minutes and 17 seconds
— TheGbemisola🍸 (@Gbemideyforyou) April 2, 2021
Tonight a Tarot reader said to me, amid many other things, “There’s other ways to care for what you love than worrying about it,” and I will just be thinking about that a long time.
— Alexander Chee (@alexanderchee) April 3, 2021
medusa was the first woman to be fergalicious (put them boys on rock rock)
— mr. rager’s neighborhood (@lilgrapefruits) April 2, 2021
Even after the pandemic ends, I think I may keep up with my hobby of needing 15-20 minutes of staring quietly into space to transition between any two activities.
— Ashley Nicole Black (@ashleyn1cole) April 3, 2021