On the modern-day annoyance scale that ranks things zero to Run-Around by Blues Traveler, the mounting concern caused by the spread of the coronavirus actually registers off the charts at: the live version of Run-Around .
Per usual, memes mocking the ins and outs of modern-day life have come to the rescue to lighten things up a little.
Now. Good hygiene is still in order. Let’s all remember to wash our hands, not drink out of the same YETI vodka-soda, etc. And if we can still have sex with each other, I think we can resume handshaking. Oh, and please keep going out to eat. The restaurant industry isn't doing so hot.
If I don't caress my face every five minutes it gets jealous.
Now, more than ever, is the time to buy plane tickets. Just make sure to also keep a Z-Pak handy. Don't want to leave home without Vitamin Z.
My crystal ball predicts that if Coachella doesn’t happen, people will still post Coachella-y stuff on their Snapchat and Instagram stories.
A personal favorite. It's a video of actor Samuel L. Jackson telling someone to "Shut your face. If we want to hear you talk, I will shove my arm up your ass and work your mouth like a puppet."
"The" server. It's all servers. One hundred percent that mistake chicken parmigiana the guest only took one bite out of is still going to get crushed. It never stood a chance.
Not going to lie, a case of Krug, six packages of Nathan's franks, and Netflix doesn't sound like the worst thing in the world.
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