The world has officially gone mad! Or how can we explain that currently, there are people on the street fighting against election fraud without the slightest prove for improprieties while in other places, people are on the street demonstrating against wearing a mask that is supposed to protect them from a virus which has proven to be harmful and actually killed hundreds of thousands of people! Let us give you some information to add to this madness: The singer Dolly Parton helped funding Moderna’s Covid-19 vaccine research (you know for the virus that millions of people don’t believe to be existing). Well, since we cannot explain to you any of these things we would love to give you some deflection. Ready? Here are the ten best Tweets of the day. Please enjoy!
Remember, you need to start quarantining TODAY for Thanksgiving, and then keep quarantining, and then not go.
— Conan O’Brien (@ConanOBrien) November 17, 2020
Trying to sneak some candy and my kid is one giant step ahead of me 🤣 pic.twitter.com/lNrr4cJGTc
— Lara 💞 Tiramisu 🥞🇭🇲 (@Eithercryingor) November 18, 2020
So everyone understands now that when Republicans say „illegal votes,“ they mean black votes?
— Mikel Jollett (@Mikel_Jollett) November 18, 2020
Worth noting that U.S.-based Moderna’s co-founders and CEO are all immigrants.
— Dan Primack (@danprimack) November 16, 2020
I still don’t understand how COVID is worse than ever after we’ve tried everything from pretending it’s over to pretending it never happened
— Zack Bornstein (@ZackBornstein) November 16, 2020
im begging yall to start dating ppl u actually like https://t.co/HyTYe2gQC4
— clintoris (@clintoris) November 16, 2020
apparently other countries‘ presidents don’t sell merch?
— kai (@kaichoyce) November 13, 2020
I am crying. pic.twitter.com/62DZLnCu1c
— 🦃Ricardo Duran Burner 🇲🇽🦃 (@Ricardohhhh) November 17, 2020
We NEED to stop glamourising overworking. Please.
The absence of sleep, good diet, exercise, relaxation, and time with friends and family isn’t something to be applauded.
Too many people wear their burnout as a badge of honour.
And it needs to change.
— Katy Leeson (@KatyLeeson) November 14, 2020
Went on a walk, fogged up my glasses, and found this 🙂 pic.twitter.com/xV7j7iNKwo
— Nura’ar ❄ (@Nuraar) November 16, 2020