12 of the funniest takes on the coronavirus crisis
Manchester has now joined Leicester in having stricter lockdown rules than other parts of the country.
The Health Secretary tweeted the news a couple of hours before the rules were due to come in, like Trump-lite.
It hasn’t gone unnoticed by Twitter’s funny people, amongst other things.
Listening to Hat Man Cock talk about coronavirus on the Today programme makes me wonder if it’s like in the film Big when Tom Hanks’s body is hijacked by a 9 year old. He’s as out of his depth as I was at Newquay beach 1983.
— Shaun Keaveny (@shaunwkeaveny) July 30, 2020
me trying to figure out how to get dressed to go outside four months into quarantine pic.twitter.com/X0fU3YnroU
— Roger Cheramics (@whitneyarner) July 29, 2020
When farting in an elevator is more acceptable than coughing.
— no cuts no buts no coconuts (@damn_elle) July 30, 2020
Anybody want to join a Menu Club? Less time consuming than a book club in case the apocalypse is quicker than anticipated. We read menus and talk about dishes that look good If we could go to restaurants.
— Holdin on a Hill (currently forming own country) (@HoldinCoffeeld) July 30, 2020
colouring books are a great way to relax and practice mindfulness if you’re feeling anxiety about the pandemic pic.twitter.com/YE592I1AkY
— Zoë Tomalin (@ZoeTomalin) July 29, 2020
People getting to the entrance of a supermarket and having to go back to their car because they forgot their mask is the new having to go back to your car because you forgot your bags for life.
— Amanda (@Pandamoanimum) July 30, 2020
Battling to suppress my niggling disillusion with Government advice. pic.twitter.com/JdNMGQcj5Z
— Julian Dutton 🎭📚⛵️⚓️🎟️🇬🇧 (@JulianDutton1) July 30, 2020
All of us: God, when will this Hell Year be over?
2021, stacking "winter covid & flu wave, no deal crash & possible US civil war" on its to-do list for January alone: oh, mates
— Gee Aitch Cee (@Scriblit) July 30, 2020
Also really enjoyed this one: What cheese do horses eat in lockdown? Marscapone.
— Adam Hills (@adamhillscomedy) July 30, 2020
The Second Wave Winter will be grim, but not as grim as 2021's wall-to-wall TV shows about life in lockdown.
— David Whitley (@mrdavidwhitley) July 30, 2020
Only 3,735 changes in lockdown rules til Christmas
— SoliTrude (@Trudski2012) July 30, 2020
A facemask haiku
You breathe through your nose you twat
Pull your mask up prick
— TechnicallyRon (@TechnicallyRon) July 29, 2020
Image Roger Cheramics