Masks, covid marshals and more – 10 funniest comments about Covid
There’s a bit of a problem with the UK’s “world-beating” test and trace system at the moment – they’re not very good at tracing people and there aren’t enough tests. It’s a twofer.
Things occupying the funny people of Twitter in today’s coronavirus round-up include masks and that Rule of Six thing again.
Not wearing a mask is like that dilemma where you push a button and get a million dollars, but a stranger dies; only in this one you don’t get a penny.
— Bethany Black (@BeffernieBlack) September 14, 2020
To be ousted from a group of six friends post September 14th 2020 after being deemed the extraneous 7th member.
“She got Gunthered” “They Gunthered me”
— Nicola Thorp (@nicolathorp_) September 9, 2020
Hi, and welcome back to Is It Smoke Inhalation or Is It Covid?! I’m your host, the voice that lives inside your head!
— Siobhan Thompson, mysterious European heiress (@vornietom) September 12, 2020
Maybe if I love coronavirus super hard it’ll leave
— Rachael (@RachaelvsWorld) September 10, 2020
Just repaired a broken mask with nothing but my front door key so I could go into a shop, and nobody in Tesco Express even realises they’re in the company of MacGuyver.
— alexis (@lexistwit) September 10, 2020
Film idea: Snow White and the Five Dwarfs.
A bit like Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs but less illegal.
— rab livingstone (@rablivingstone) September 10, 2020
The Governments Rule of Six:
— Matthew Highton (@MattHighton) September 14, 2020
Ep I – The Phantom Virus
Ep II – Attack of the Medics
Ep III – Revenge Of The Rona
Ep IV – A New Hope For A Cure
Ep V – The Virus Strikes Back
Ep VI – Return Of The Whitty
Ep VII – The Boris Awakens
Ep VIII – The Last Test Kit
Ep IX – The Rise Of The R Number
— Enough Of That Now (@AndyGilder) September 14, 2020
Some covid marshals are swanspic.twitter.com/S76d4Oj3L4
— James Felton (@JimMFelton) September 11, 2020
If we didn’t feel bad enough about not washing our bras often enough, we can now add face masks to the list of things we wear one too many times before they see a washing machine. Thanks 2020.
— Steph Johnson – 🌹 (@ScouseBirdBlogs) September 11, 2020