Coronavirus Humor

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AUTHOR
Mad Comedy
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5,60 MB
FILE NAME
Coronavirus Humor.pdf
ISBN
1630890858351

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What's so funny about Coronavirus? America's top comics bring you a huge collection of hilarious jokes and memes about Coronavirus, quarantine, social distancing, and homeschooling to brighten your quarantine experience! The Friendly Cop During quarantine, a police office saw a man sitting on his front step with a pair of binoculars looking longingly across the street at his neighbor. The office advised the man in a friendly voice, "I'm sure you miss her, but remember, social distancing means you need to stay six feet away from her." "Shouldn't be a problem," the man replied, "that's 94 feet closer than the restraining order says." Report Card Homeschooling is not going well. Today, two students were suspended for fighting and one teacher was fired for drinking on the job. The WHO The World Health Organization, or WHO, had feared the dogs could spread Coronavirus and ordered all dogs that were exposed to the virus be held in quarantine. After review, the WHO announced that dogs cannot contract Coronavirus. Dogs previously held in quarantine can now be released. To be clear: WHO let the dogs out. A portion of the proceeds of this book benefit the hard-working 'essential workers' who are sacrificing so much to help us all during the 2020 epidemic.

27 Child Actors' Then ... 81 Coronavirus Quotes That Show Human Beings Will Always Find The Funny Side, Even In A Crisis The coronavirus (Covid-19) situation is dire, but the ability to make light of awful situations is an... Greta Jaruševičiūtė The number of those infected by the coronavirus has surpassed 339k, but people aren't giving up hope that we can defeat Covid-19, suppress its spread, and protect millions of lives. One of the weapons in this fight is humor because it makes us laugh and helps us forget our worries and recharges our batteries. The threat of coronavirus is weighing on every one of us.

According to her, it's "essential" to joke."Humor is a release mechanism to help us cope during dark times," she pointed out. There's absolutely nothing funny about the coronavirus pandemic. But being quarantined with your family while trying to homeschool your kids and work a job? Face it, things can get pretty hilarious. The coronavirus is no joke anymore.

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