15 People Explain Quarantine In 6 Words And They'Re 100% Relatable
  • As the coronavirus outbreak changes everyday life for people around the world, one important thing to remember is we’re all in this together.

    While those of us in quarantine remain isolated and stir-crazy, we aren’t alone in feeling that way! For his “at home” edition of the “Tonight Show,” Jimmy Fallon asked fans to describe their quarantine experience in six words, and the responses are as funny as they are relatable. Here are 15 of the best #MyQuarantineInSixWords tweets to get you smiling.

    1. A phrase every man with daughters has uttered at one point or another.

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    2. The four essentials to “working” from home: Twitter, Instagram, Netflix, and, of course, YouTube.

    quarantine in six words Twitter

    3. Snack, don’t spread!

    quarantine in six words Twitter

    4. But maybe try rationing them out…

    quarantine tweet Twitter

    5. When you experience for yourself what teachers deal with every day.

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    6. “Wilson!”

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    7. “Hot pockets” and “too many” don’t belong in the same sentence.

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    8. The question everyone with the sniffles is asking themselves right now:

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    9. “My precious (snacks)!”

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    10. All humans = persona non grata.

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    11. It’s not like anyone will notice, anyway.

    quarantine tweet Twitter

    12. For some of us, it’s business as usual.

    quarantine tweet Twitter

    13. As we said before, business as usual.

    quarantine tweet Twitter

    14. Quarantine translates to “more cuddles” in dog.

    quarantine tweet Twitter

    15. For a song written in the ’70s, this Bee Gees hit couldn’t be more relevant right now.

    quarantine tweet Twitter

    Laughter is the best medicine, especially in difficult times like these! Thank you, Fallon, and everyone else for making us smile through our struggles by sharing your own. Even in a global pandemic, it’s important we always look on the bright side.

    Share to spread a little joy to the world. Everyone could use more of it right now!


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  • 15 People Explain Quarantine In 6 Words And They'Re 100% Relatable
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    As the coronavirus outbreak changes everyday life for people around the world, one important thing to remember is we’re all in this together.

    While those of us in quarantine remain isolated and stir-crazy, we aren’t alone in feeling that way! For his “at home” edition of the “Tonight Show,” Jimmy Fallon asked fans to describe their quarantine experience in six words, and the responses are as funny as they are relatable. Here are 15 of the best #MyQuarantineInSixWords tweets to get you smiling.

    1. A phrase every man with daughters has uttered at one point or another.

    quarantine tweet Twitter

    2. The four essentials to “working” from home: Twitter, Instagram, Netflix, and, of course, YouTube.

    quarantine in six words Twitter

    3. Snack, don’t spread!

    quarantine in six words Twitter

    4. But maybe try rationing them out…

    quarantine tweet Twitter

    5. When you experience for yourself what teachers deal with every day.

    quarantine tweet Twitter

    6. “Wilson!”

    quarantine tweet Twitter

    7. “Hot pockets” and “too many” don’t belong in the same sentence.

    quarantine tweet Twitter

    8. The question everyone with the sniffles is asking themselves right now:

    quarantine tweet Twitter

    9. “My precious (snacks)!”

    quarantine tweet Twitter

    10. All humans = persona non grata.

    quarantine tweet Twitter

    11. It’s not like anyone will notice, anyway.

    quarantine tweet Twitter

    12. For some of us, it’s business as usual.

    quarantine tweet Twitter

    13. As we said before, business as usual.

    quarantine tweet Twitter

    14. Quarantine translates to “more cuddles” in dog.

    quarantine tweet Twitter

    15. For a song written in the ’70s, this Bee Gees hit couldn’t be more relevant right now.

    quarantine tweet Twitter

    Laughter is the best medicine, especially in difficult times like these! Thank you, Fallon, and everyone else for making us smile through our struggles by sharing your own. Even in a global pandemic, it’s important we always look on the bright side.

    Share to spread a little joy to the world. Everyone could use more of it right now!


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