Roses are red – coronavirus sucks,
We stay at home and give zero f*cks…
Seriously, don’t leave your home if it’s not necessary. Read our gems for today instead!
The World Health Organization has announced that dogs cannot contract Covid-19. Dogs previously held in quarantine can now be released. To be clear, WHO let the dogs out.
— Liam Hackett (@DiageoLiam) March 12, 2020
Day 1: I have stocked up on enough non-perishable food and supplies to last me for months, maybe years, so that I can remain in isolation for as long as it takes to see out this pandemic
Day 1 + 45 minutes: I am in the supermarket because I wanted a Twix
— Sir Michael (@Michael1979) March 12, 2020
If Rapunzel can entertain herself in her tower for 18 years, I think you can handle being in quarantine for a few weeks.
— dιɴαн♡ | ᴊᴇᴅɪ ᴋʀɪsᴛᴏғғ (@KristoffsHoe) March 15, 2020
Millennials and Gen Z: dying from depression, homelessness, nonliving wages, mass shootings, poor healthcare, etc
Boomers: Walk it off, snowflakes.
Millennials and Gen Z: *calls coronavirus Boomer Remover*
Boomers: NOW LISTEN HERE YOU LITTLE SHITS HOW DARE YOU PEOPLE ARE DYING
— miiya ミイヤ 🍰 🔞 a real-life anime (@PearlteaRizzy) March 13, 2020
AMERICA, EVERY WEEKEND: I just wanna Netflix and Chill lol.
THE WEEKEND EVERYONE NEEDS TO STAY INSIDE: It's my God-given right to go outside and lick whatever I want.
— Jake Whitacre (@jakewhitacre) March 15, 2020
— The Betoota Advocate (@BetootaAdvocate) March 12, 2020
day 89 of quarantine: pic.twitter.com/aCNMOYkPPf
— trent andrew (@trentandrewrld) March 12, 2020
in like middle school did anyone else’s mom tell them they weren’t allowed to shave their legs above the knee because that was only for whores? what the fuck was i thinking letting my mom bully me into walking around with half-shaved legs
— 🦢 (@cinnammongir1) March 15, 2020
Italians after a week in lock down pic.twitter.com/I4dy6bT1qI
— Massimo Cavazzini (@maxkava) March 14, 2020
Day 5 indoors. Things have been tense, but spirits rebounded when we resumed our normal habits. pic.twitter.com/O8qffScqkc
— Matt Stempeck (@mstem) March 15, 2020