Spur of the moment embarrassing moments.
Badly behaved pets.
Amusing commentary from Twitter.
Improving precision, clarity and entertainment.
After being home for the past two months, parents are still making new discoveries.
Many projects are being undertaken in lockdown.
We’re looking forward to getting back to normal, but progress is going to be slow.
These adverts completely miss the point.
Adapting to new environments.
These people got lucky with their produce.
Birthdays are special occasions to celebrate with family and friends, unless you’re in a global pandemic.
How are you coping with living apart?
These people show disregard towards books.
Forward thinking people making the best of quarantine
Whether back at work or still at home, we are all keeping our distance.
With all the generosity going around lately, remember to be appreciative.
As we think about returning to work, some of us are going to miss relaxing with our pets.
These people should definitely call tech support.
A new environment presents a new set of challenges.
As well as cutting their own hair, some people have been giving their pets haircuts.
Do you remember all these things?
These foods are larger than life.
Our concept of daily life and importance has been changed completely.
These people got exactly what they asked for, even though it’s not quite what they meant.
We’re all in this together.
When stuck indoors with no feasible end in sight, it can be difficult to remain positive.
Unfortunate accidents are taking place during lockdown.
Animals are adapting to lockdown too.
Getting bored during lockdown? Have you tried re-creating the covers from your favourite books?
There are many illusions about wearing glasses. Here are some examples of what it’s like #GrowingUpWithGlasses.
We’re all coping with the situation at hand, each facing our own challenges.
Animals following the rules of social distancing.
As they cope with the added pressure of working together 24/7, couples and families are creating co-workers or blaming their pets when things go wrong.
With concerns about the spread of Covid-19 and lockdown in place, not everyone is on their best behaviour.
We're all adjusting to the current situation.
Grandmothers teach us a lot of important things, often entertaining us at the same time.
Lockdown gives us plenty of opportunity to practice cooking and avoid these disasters.
How are you coping with the current situation?
Since the recent lockdown everything feels a little odd, these things especially.
Keep the whole family entertained and occupied during quarantine.
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