Looking back at this year, it’s safe to say it’s all felt like a fever dream. When one drastic thing happened, it was hard to think it could get much worse. But, in true 2020 fashion, it usually would. Check out 10 of the funniest tweets about 2020 that will make you feel not so alone in the world.
1. Three words that accurately encapsulate 2020.
me every month of 2020 so far pic.twitter.com/PYUn8Pxnt8— jen (@goIdenspacegirl) June 8, 2020
Seriously though, was this year even real?
2. A year that’s definitely not worth the drive.
2020 need to just pull over and let me the fuck out, I’ll walk— Pre K (@stayfrea_) March 18, 2020
You have to get your steps in somehow.
3. Can rice even save the year at this point?
Think we should put 2020 in rice— z (@zbart111) March 16, 2020
With all of the bulk purchasing going on, is there any rice left to put 2020 in rice?
4. Bold of you to assume the world will make it to 2040.
History students in 2040 highlighting the important stuff in the chapter about 2020 pic.twitter.com/ZG9MxhcBRh— Hurt CoPain (@SaeedDiCaprio) June 1, 2020
You might want to buy the value pack of highlighters, parents.
5. The realest statement of the year.
2020 every 5 minutes https://t.co/ks6O3X8Mt3— ໊ (@zayvig) March 22, 2020
Please, make it stop.
6. Where can we buy this?
I made a 2020 commemorative candle pic.twitter.com/I3jo1HfC6X— steph’s winning energy 😎🌻 (@Stephamaybe) May 19, 2020
Do you think it smells like a dumpster too?
7. 2020 in a nutshell.
I take back what I said before. THIS is May 2020 in one tweet. My goodness. https://t.co/8n7TyAdbOj— Alec MacGillis (@AlecMacGillis) May 31, 2020
Sometimes, you have to get creative.
8. The temptation is real.
2020 in one tweet https://t.co/HfoODik62L— Benedict Cork (@benedictcork) April 26, 2020
But Biden, it just looks so tasty.
9. Warning: this is really upsetting.
This tweet has 1 million likes. Are we all doing okay?
10. Michael said it best.
2020 in one tweet pic.twitter.com/s3D4GLb9KG— alex (@AlexUlrichh) May 20, 2020
There good news is, rough patches usually end. Right?