50 Coronavirus Jokes That Should Help You Get Through Quarantine
The number of global coronavirus cases continues to rise. So, whether the following guidance is for those who may have been exposed to it or choosing to self-isolate to help slow its spread, people are locking themselves in their homes.
No nights out. No sports. No nothing. So how do we connect with other human beings and spend all of that extra free time we've been given? We make memes. That's right, people have flooded the Internet to sum up how this pandemic has changed our everyday lives, and it proves that we maintain our sense of humor no matter what. From changing your hygiene habits to fighting over toilet paper at the supermarket, scroll down to check everything out.
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OK, you've heard that laughter is the best medicine. But what does that mean? And can it helps us fight the coronavirus as well?
Well, you tell me. Laughter reduces pain and allows us to get through discomfort easier, it improves our job performance, especially if our tasks demand creativity and solving complex problems. Heck, its role in intimate relationships is greatly underestimated and it really is one of the cornerstones of good marriages. Laughter also synchronizes the brains of speaker and listener so that they are emotionally attuned.
Now come the heavy guns. According to the Mayo Clinic, laughter also stimulates the body's organs by increasing oxygen intake to the heart, lungs and muscles, and triggers the release of endorphins. It also helps people handle stress by easing tension, relaxing the muscles and lowering blood pressure.
But considering the pandemic that our world is currently facing, the most important thing is that laughter increases immune cells and infection-fighting antibodies, thus improving our resistance to disease. So, as weird as it sounds, memes really can help you to fight the coronavirus. You're welcome.
And that's why I think the officials that tried to shut up Dr. Li Wenliang when he first tried to raise the alarm on Covid19 should be charged with the deaths of everyone that occurred after they were notified and did nothing about it. They were the ones that allowed this condition to get out of control.
this is me :-D after doing weekly groceries in a very calm supermarket on thursday, I went back on friday for choclate and snacks, and landed in a hell hole. i was the only one with just a few things and the only one without toiletpaper or pasta :-D :-D (right now, hell no wont do that again)
No..it's called people of Korea aren't greedy. Idiots here are buying TP and then selling it out of their cars and online for outrageous prices. When we finally get the government to step in and make this act criminally prosecutable, things will calm down.
Just watched this movie over the weekend. I found it hilarious that it was in the top 10 movies streamed on Netflix in the US last week. :P
ROFLOL This is epic. Love it. Wonder if I can pull it off at work.
serious! I need a cone of shame like they make for pets :-(
I'm disabled and my husband is self-employed and works from home. We've been 24/7/365 since 2005, yet this actually IS different. I haven't been anywhere for over a month, and I really miss going places, even the doctors' offices and the grocery store!
My Brother In law was 60 on Tuesday. So he has just doubled his chances of dying (1.6% (in the 50-59 range) to 3.2% (in the 60-69 range). I am so glad I am only 59.
Countries: go on quarantine Everyone: time to see all my friends, travel the world, and go shopping!
Question 2: "Do you have $1000 to pay for the test? "
yes! im a cleaner and cleaned my whole house this weekend and told my boss I was working from home... she didnt buy it....
Trump sitting on the stern of the ship: "If the boat is sinking why am I 200 feet up in the air?"
Me too. I already know I would not survive the apocalypse.