The coronavirus pandemic is horrible, but here are some funny tweets about it anyway [Updated]
Well coronavirus is rampaging throughout the world, killing people and destroying economies. We’re not sure what we’re doing, and we’re not sure who to listen to about what we should do.
But you know what? At least Twitter hasn’t lost its sense of humor about it all.
Here are some of the funnier tweets I’ve found about our horrible global affliction [This post will be continually updated].
Crying at Winn Dixie. The woman in jeans stepped up and paid for the groceries of the young man in front of her whose card was declined. He was on the phone frantically trying to figure out how to get $$ to pay. “We all have times like this,” she said. People can be amazing ❤️ pic.twitter.com/luZjaSvJI1
— Annie Blanks (@AnniePNJ) March 28, 2020
Quarantine day 6: Went to this restaurant called The Kitchen. You have to gather all the ingredients and make your own meal. I have no clue how this place is still in business.
— Jessie (@mommajessiec) March 21, 2020
Day 12 of self isolation pic.twitter.com/M58si42TpY
— (@WelshWonder19) March 22, 2020
Is it too late to add Human Hungry, Hungry Hippos live from a nursing home in Wales to ESPN 8: The Ocho programming tomorrow?! pic.twitter.com/p6ThKApZT9
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) March 21, 2020
Whatever bad news you may have been encountering or reading, I guarantee this will make you smile, if not laugh loudly. And the world will suddenly seem ok. pic.twitter.com/7uLx3jkhka
— Akki (@akkitwts) August 3, 2019
He's talking about people who put ketchup on macaroni & cheese https://t.co/YAKvyAZSV9
— Gretchen Lynn (@Bubola) March 17, 2020
Mom sent a picture of how their street is socializing pic.twitter.com/NsDxMyAGXt
— caveheraa (@caveheraa) March 17, 2020
Day 24 of the Quarantine
Parents everywhere: pic.twitter.com/wY8iznS2EX
— Maybe: Jacoby (@Getthebagcoach) March 17, 2020
Day 6 of quarantine pic.twitter.com/AYhps3JoR5
— ant-honey (@aanthonyy07) March 21, 2020
— Josh Taylor (@JoshTaylorBoxer) March 16, 2020
The CDC has developed a simple test to determine if you are at risk of developing complications from coronavirus. Please examine the following two items. Do you understand the connection between them? If your answer is yes, you are in the at-risk category. Please self-isolate. pic.twitter.com/KVoO0JerD5
— Mike (@Doranimated) March 17, 2020
Apple is converting factories to make standard surgical masks.
Later this spring, look for the new, larger and improved iMask10, retailing for only $995.00, followed by the even better iMask11, followed by the iMask12, followed by….
— On a Ledge Somewhere (@lol_stinger) March 21, 2020
— Terry_Jim. 📻 Terry in CB (@Terry_Jim) March 18, 2020
A friend in Germany tells me everyone’s panic buying sausages and cheese. It’s the Wurst Käse scenario.
— Bruce Lawson. At home. (@brucel) March 17, 2020
My father, a professional pianist who just celebrated his 84th birthday, is supposed to be at a music conference in Quebec, but instead is playing in front of his retirement community in Boulder for the residents who are under lockdown pic.twitter.com/riVqSUvgkw
— Rob Spillman (@robspillman) March 20, 2020
— ¡El Sooopèrr! ن c137 (@SooperMexican) March 17, 2020
Hey all parents forced into home schooling, take a short comedy break: pic.twitter.com/EDrkGfiGUU
— Lee Strobel (@LeeStrobel) March 19, 2020
A terminally ill woman living with her elderly sister posted on NextDoor begging neighbors to shop for her. She offered money and posted a list of bare essentials like toilet paper and soap. Within hours, neighbors gave her everything on her list for free, plus groceries ❤
— Jennifer Michelle Greenberg 🦌 (@JennMGreenberg) March 18, 2020
An Israeli man walks his dog via drone (source: Facebook) pic.twitter.com/tLt5VVD94u
— Sam Sokol (@SamuelSokol) March 19, 2020
Humans be like* pic.twitter.com/xUAmXJZNW3
— Koke Report 🥃 (@KokeReport) March 19, 2020
Despite @GovSisolak ‘s order to shut down non-essential businesses, Little Darlings strip club is still open. They say strippers are “practicing social distancing” and are offering “drive through lap dances with coronavirus-free dancers” and “nude hand sanitizer wrestling” pic.twitter.com/k48xhyhSzr
— Lauren Clark (@LaurenNews3LV) March 19, 2020
My 1st baby, I nursed every 4 hours like the book said to. My second, I nursed on demand. Guess which one this is? pic.twitter.com/94Q9lC06vL
— Mary Kay Wigginton (@mk_wigginton) March 21, 2020
Jeff Goldblum getting back to Gal Gadot pic.twitter.com/lBHIURuy77
— Gianmarco Soresi (@GianmarcoSoresi) March 19, 2020
— Andy Kent (@AndyCKent) March 19, 2020
I dislike these two intensely, but… this is very funny:
This video of brothers Andrew and Chris Cuomo fighting ON AIR about their mom’s favorite child, calling their parents, and breaking curfew growing up is better than anything Shakespeare ever wrote pic.twitter.com/h7KF6pOdun
— Sam Stryker (@sbstryker) March 17, 2020
This is really inspiring:
because every red light eventually turns green pic.twitter.com/x05GuITW4J
— Matthew McConaughey (@McConaughey) March 17, 2020
I’m gonna add to this post, for my own sense of sanity, so if you have anything you found funny, or inspiring, and worth posting, let me know in the comments or on the twitters. You know the name.
There you go. Go out, be good to one another, and wash your hands.