We don’t have any more information on what is happening to the time-space continuum than you, all we know is that we still haven’t managed to make it out of the year of wrath. If you’re looking for something to do that keeps you from watching the news and chewing off your feet, why not use the quarantine to clean out your closet! Anything that is too narrow, too wide or too strange goes to the Salvation Army. Clothes made of balloon silk go straight to the Ebay pile to be sold to a hipster willing to pay a fortune that pays off your student loan. If there is one weirdly smelling bag in there, don’t open to, just put it in the trash. Ah, and if you find something that looks like a dead beaver, a Chewbacca bikini or a MAGA cap, please feel free to jump in the trash too. You can find more Marie Kondo tips in our gems of the Day. Have fun and take care of each other!
I don’t know who needs to hear this but throw away that box your iPhone came in. You don’t need it. You will never need it.
— Bisserat (@Bisserat) January 3, 2021
So Trump has access to the nuclear codes but he can’t Tweet or post to Facebook.
— Andrew Ross Sorkin (@andrewrsorkin) January 7, 2021
Hour four, she still hasn’t figured it out pic.twitter.com/9KuQ5340Iq
— merritt k (@merrittk) January 3, 2021
Being at 0% ICU capacity means one bad car accident, one bad fall, one bad allergic reaction, etc. where you’d otherwise survive could literally kill you. 0% ICU capacity affects EVERYONE not just those who get covid
— marina (@marinara_sawce) January 3, 2021
I took out $15,000 of student loans and since I graduate last May I repaid $2,000 and now I am so glad to share that I only have $15,633 left to pay😌
— abby govindan (@abbygov) January 7, 2021
Here in Italy people started to share this figure claiming that this is the diagram of the 5G chip that has been inserted in the covid vaccine.
In reality it is the electric circuit of a guitar pedal and I believe that putting it in the covid vaccine has been an excellent idea💡 pic.twitter.com/qXKnv7VVly
— Mario Fusco 🇪🇺 (@mariofusco) December 28, 2020
It’ll be a shame if history allows one horrific event on this president’s watch to overshadow all the other horrific events on this president’s watch.
— Stephen Colbert (@StephenAtHome) January 8, 2021
Get up. Get a routine. Get outside when you can. Move more. Focus on the day in front of you. (Not the month or year.) Don’t live inside hypothetical catastrophes. Focus on what you can control. Even if it is your breathing. Don’t beat yourself up for not baking banana bread.
— Matt Haig (@matthaig1) January 5, 2021
a lot of teenagers on tiktok are noting that congresspeople, after fearing for their lives and sheltering in place, now know what it feels like to be a student in our public schools.
— Alice Wilder (@Alice_Wilder) January 7, 2021
lil bro must’ve been waiting on this moment his entire life 😩😭🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/yOsdhflFDb
— Mesh🇧🇧 (@rahsh33m) January 4, 2021