The Best Coronavirus Memes, Tweets & Jokes
Written by: Caitlin
Published: 31st March 2020
There’s a lot to be said about the power of a good laugh. Since most of the country is staying at home, a lot of laughs are currently coming from the Internet. You can always rely on the internet to find a bit of joy, some absolutely hilarious content, and to prove that although this pandemic has changed our everyday lives, our humour remains unchanged.
From tic-tac-toe playing pets to people’s deepest and darkest thoughts on working from home, we have collated some of the best memes, tweets and jokes currently floating around cyberspace. So if you are looking to take your mind off of everything going on in the news, continue scrolling through – and do share your own favourites that you think will make our Community smile via comments or our social media pages!
No one is happier about most of the nation working from home than our pets – well, the majority of them (some cats are pretty disturbed and annoyed by our sudden constant presence).
Working from home from the point of view of my dog pic.twitter.com/jNc1MYRyXG
— Lily O’Farrell (@vulgadrawings) March 15, 2020
Day 1 of work from home and I have a co worker that keeps disrupting me pic.twitter.com/cwWUCwuulx
— (@LadyDevann) March 16, 2020
Either way, people are definitely keeping them busy – with lots of cuddles, entertaining games, and even shop runs?
working from home means learning to type with one hand so I can pet my dogs with the other pic.twitter.com/X2XXgwGWOm
— Nikki Moore (@nicole_a_moore) March 18, 2020
“how’s self quarantine going?” pic.twitter.com/6dzU8UjoeZ
— iqra (@iqraanabi) March 15, 2020
“How’s nationwide self-quarantine going?” pic.twitter.com/oP7sdQiUPA
— Tom Brady Stan Account (@MatthewFoldi) March 14, 2020
— Memes To Watch In Querenteen (@MemesToWatch) March 16, 2020
Taking Isolation & Social Distancing Well
Whilst everyone is taking the measures advised by the government seriously, social distancing and isolation have started to take their toll. Days have started to drag, and we are not even sure what day it is anymore. And to make matters worse, the weather has been particularly good.
how everyday feels pic.twitter.com/elJephfeI5
— Z (@zahraloum) March 24, 2020
Make sure you are enjoying the glorious weather on your daily walk. But don’t forget – limit your exposure to the world and keep your distance!
Meanwhile, someone has turned up to the Waitrose I used to work at in a zorb ball pic.twitter.com/bJ196P4axW
— Sophie Morris (@itssophiemorris) March 27, 2020
And since pubs, gyms, and shops are closed, people have started to get creative.
Day 3 of self isolation. pic.twitter.com/FPtLIFViJY
— GHANA'S FINEST (@Ghanasfinestx) March 17, 2020
In other news… the cat over the road is called Walter pic.twitter.com/loIHA2J4mH
— Sian Cosgrove (@sian_cosgrove) March 29, 2020
Looking at the map for some weekend travel ideas pic.twitter.com/oaOzQNn76o
— Lana Del Gay ️✨ (@McClellandShane) March 19, 2020
we are entering an era of unprecedented recipe substitutions
— Shay Spence (@chezspence) March 19, 2020
Except for introverts, which seem to have this quarantine lifestyle down.
when you find out your daily lifestyle is actually called "quarantine" pic.twitter.com/oPEFak09Ob
— Charlie (@charlieamber94) March 16, 2020
oh nowwww everyone wanna know what introverts do for fun
— Aparna Nancherla (@aparnapkin) March 13, 2020
Trials & Tribulations of Working From Home
Working from home is a novelty for a lot of people – countless calls and video calls, no commuting, improvised working spaces. No wonder it is taking them some time getting used to the trials and tribulations that come with remote working.
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
Me getting up at 8:59am for the big commute to work to the spare room and the 9am start pic.twitter.com/A53ewhjloA
— Ryan (@ryan3levis) March 23, 2020
But at least business attire has suddenly become a lot more relaxed.
Whether you are starting to feel the self-isolation madness or if you are enjoying a relaxing and well-deserved break from work, the most important thing is to keep safe and healthy, and overall spirits high. Don’t forget, some generations have had it much worse than us!
Your grandparents were called to war. You’re being called to sit on your couch. You can do this. #QuarantineLife
— Sara Jefry (@SaraJefry) March 15, 2020
We urge you to keep up to date with advice from the UK Government, NHS, and W.H.O., to stay safe in these unprecedented times. And if you know someone in need of some desperate, lighthearted fun, our gift packs are the perfect pick me up!
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