You’re going to need to pass a lot of time in the near future, but good news – people are spending more time on Twitter than ever, so content isn’t going to be an issue!
These 10 tweets about being in quarantine are the perfect way to spend a little time in quarantine, if you ask me. Laughing “together” is the best way to social distance but still, remember we’re in this together!
10. I’m sure they’re a very attentive audience.
Putting on a concert for my pet rocks during self-quarantine pic.twitter.com/YtvSTw0UBL
— Braydon (@Bray_erryday) March 16, 2020
9. Famous last words, as ever.
A couple of weeks of isolation with family. What can go wrong? pic.twitter.com/toy23L2nDe
— Hello ALI (@dorru12) March 16, 2020
8. We’re all afflicted with word vomit.
Day 25 of me chatting with me, myself and I during my self-quarantine and social distancing pic.twitter.com/EQ3yqTyYux
— Viet Tran (@viethoaitran) March 14, 2020
7. It’s new math, you wouldn’t understand.
quarantine day 3 – i haven’t shaved my legs in two months
— Gråçë (@garrcie) March 15, 2020
6. So it shall be from here on out.
It’s only Quarantine if it’s in the Quarante province of France. Otherwise it's just Sparkling Isolation.
— Vikram Paralkar (@VikramParalkar) March 13, 2020
5. No snack is safe in this house!
me after eating all of my quarantine snacks in two days pic.twitter.com/AZZgPQnt4d
— ً (@angelicness) March 15, 2020
4. Nothing to see here, move along.
Me being discovered after one week of quarantine pic.twitter.com/RNrkgsQ9VI
— Ben Yahr (@benyahr) March 15, 2020
3. I’m not sure I should be laughing so hard at this, but…here we are.
Day 3 of quarantine #CoronaIreland pic.twitter.com/HOivzc850d
— Mick_Looney (@looney_mick) March 16, 2020
2. Why does it seem like this will actually happen?
Me interacting with my husband when peak quarantine madness sets in pic.twitter.com/UCa780KfOz
— Gwdihŵ 🦉 (@youwouldknow) March 14, 2020
1. You should probably consider that a good thing.
my ex has not reached out to me during the quarantine which means he can never contact me ever again. Imagine being like “happy thanksgiving” after not saying anything during this
— Rachel Sennott (@Rachel_Sennott) March 16, 2020
I’m virtually fist-bumping all of these people for doing the good work of making us laugh!
How are you coping with being cooped up?
Share your tips with us in the comments!