In the era of coronavirus, things are feeling pretty scary and serious all the time. To no one’s surprise, these Twitter users took to social media to lighten the mood. We needed that.
It’s felt like Friday the 13th all week, huh?
— яєηєє нαηѕєη (@iowamamaof3) March 13, 2020
Let’s hope Jason’s already made a trip to the supermarket for hand soap…
It’s your day #JasonVoorhees but make sure you wash that hand…seriously for at least 20 seconds bro…
— Amy Koto, TV Fanatic Girl (@TV_Fanatic_Girl) March 13, 2020
…because he’s sure as heck not finding any now.
— ً (@Kev_Espinoza) March 13, 2020
Are you one of those toilet paper hoarders we’ve been eyeing in the aisles?
Doctor: “I regret to inform you that your COVID-19 test was positive.”
— Hoost07 🎮 (@Hoost07) March 13, 2020
Or have you resorted to more creative solutions?
— weaboomer (@GREATFERNMAN) March 13, 2020
Honestly, we like this shopper’s approach.
— Stacey C (@curranslc) March 13, 2020
Anyone else kind of glad they don’t have to go to that party they’ve been dreading for two weeks?
— Kathiana (@iconkathiana) March 11, 2020
There are some things to look forward to about self-isolation. Exhibit A: The Quarantini.
Just because we’re dealing with the #coronavirus, it doesn’t mean we have to suffer. I herewith present to you the #Quarantini! #Cheers!🍸 #CoronavirusPandemic #CoronavirusOutbreak pic.twitter.com/HvLfgKzt1S
— Mark In SoCal (@mlzema) March 13, 2020
Recipe: Hit your usual nightcap with a packet of Emergen-C, or…
— Peter Murphy (@PeterWMurphy1) March 13, 2020
Even if you don’t drink, we’ll definitely need something to get us through those shoddy remote conference calls.
me and my coworkers logging into all of our meetings remotely for the next couple of weeks pic.twitter.com/fpOYiHJLcl
— isha (@ikasliwal) March 9, 2020
Whether you’re dealing with semi-awkward conference calls…
…or the joys of working from home with the kids in the same room…
— Chad Brizendine (@ChadBrizendine) March 12, 2020
…there’s got to be an upside to all of this (chores on the kids’ lunch break, anyone?).
— Amy Ignatow (@amyignatow) March 13, 2020