60 Funny Coronavirus Memes To Help You Stop Panicking Over This Worldwide Pandemic

You better be washing those hands!

As cases of the coronavirus — aka COVID-19 — have surfaced worldwide and governments around the world are taking steps to prevent (or at least limit) the spread of the virus, the best thing you can do is to ensure that you take you to care of your body and hygiene by washing your hands properly. If you cannot get to a bathroom or sink, keep hand sanitizer near you like you would your wallet. That is, if you can find any hand sanitizer (this, along with hundreds of other household items are inconveniently sold out in stores all across the nation as people panic and grab more than they need. Naturally.)

There have been many people questioning the symptoms of this infection and the severity of it. According to the cdc.gov, “common virus that causes an infection in your nose, sinuses, or upper throat”. But in some cases, symptoms of the coronavirus can become severe in some immunocompromised patients and can lead to pneumonia, breathing difficulties … and even death.

The effects of this pandemic have reached all points of the globe, and at this point, businesses, schools and large events across the country are canceling and postponing their activities indefinitely until further notice. Huge sports organizations such as the NBA and MLB have followed suit.

People would normally be ecstatic about having the opportunity to take time off from work or school to spend time with their families, but things are looking more and more serious by the minute, with the government urging us to stay in our homes, avoid large crowds, and generally self-quarantine to be safe from the spread of the illness. When we start to think about the children who look forward to eating school breakfast and lunch during school come the end of Spring break, we begin to hope that we find a cure for COVID-19 sooner, rather than later.

Also with the thought about traveling, now we’re talking about how risking infection to experience life and planned vacations can be sad and overwhelming.

Social media has mixed emotions regarding the outbreak. There are funny memes and videos that make you laugh so you won’t think about the severity of this outbreak, and others that make you think twice about opening your doors or going to your office — or even shopping at your local grocery store.

But …

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30 Best ‘The Office’ Quotes

The worst part about prison was the dementors.

The Office has been a hit show for years and even though there are no longer new episodes, there’s still plenty of great material that has come out of the hit show that is relevant today.

You won’t go very long without hearing someone somewhere use The Office quotes or crack a joke from any of the hilarious characters the show has to offer.

Whether you are a Jim, Pam, Dwight, Kelly or Michael fan, there are a ton of hilarious moments from the show that will never get old. Just ask any true fan of the show, they most likely have binge-watched every single episode two or three times.

If you need a pick me up from a bad day or just a good laugh to keep you going here are 30 of the best The Office quotes to help put a smile on your face.

The Best ‘Office’ Quotes of All Time

1. “Sometimes I’ll start a sentence and I don’t even know where it’s going. I just hope I find it along the way.” — Michael Scott

2. “I talk a lot, so I’ve learned to just tune myself out…” — Kelly Kapoor

3. “I am Beyonce always.” — Michael Scott

4. “Oh, it is on, like a prawn who yawns at dawn.” — Andy Bernard

5. “I am running away from my responsibilities and it feels good.” — Michael Scott

6. “Should have burned this place down when I had the chance.” — Michael Scott

7. “One day Michael came in and complained about a speed bump on the highway. I wonder who he ran over then.” — Jim Halpert

8. “Mini cupcakes? As in the mini version of regular cupcakes? Which is already a mini version of cake? Honestly, where does it end with you people?” — Kevin Malone

9. “I don’t care what they say about me. I just want to eat.” — Pam Beesly

10. “I want people to be afraid of how much they love me.” — Michael Scott

11. “Whenever I’m about to do something, I think, ‘Would an idiot do that?’ and if they would, I do not do that thing.” — Dwight Schrute

12. “I stopped caring a long time ago.” — Creed Bratton

13. “It takes an advanced sense of humor. I don’t expect everybody to understand.” — Michael Scott…

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50 Encouraging Coronavirus Quotes About Social Distancing To Help You Cope With The Isolation

Motivational quotes that encourage you to save lives by staying home.

What’s the difference between quarantine and isolation, and why has social distancing become the new buzz word during the coronavirus pandemic? Because of how rapidly the novel coronavirus is spreading across the world, countries are shutting down and governments are encouraging people to practice “social distance” — reducing the number of people gathering in places and requiring citizens to stay home in an attempt to reduce the spread of COVID-19.

Social distancing is the act of separating the public apart due to contagious illnesses during a pandemic.

There are a lot of skeptics online who are creating myths and conspiracies about the virus and questioning the call to self-isolate, but no matter your view or opinion about what is going on, in order to slow of spread of COVID-19, we must practice social distancing and self-quarantine to help those who are more susceptible to severe symptoms.

While many of us start to isolate ourselves at home, many people have started to work from home and companies have adjusted to allow for their employees to work remotely. Students of every grade level are figuring out how to transition to virtual and distance learning for school now that many schools across the country have closed for at least a month, and unfortunately many people have already been displaced or laid off from jobs that can’t be done online.

The facts are present, and there is no reason to panic if we simply practice social distancing. Although being cooped up in our homes 24/7 doesn’t seem like the ideal way to spend the next few weeks — especially during Spring break when everyone just wants to be at the beach — but there is no reason to feel like all hope is lost.

Instead of sitting in your room alone in those sweatpants you’ve worn for the past week, there are a lot of ways to engage with your friends and family and stay in communication with the world around you. For example, anyone with an iPhone can Facetime someone for hours on end — now we’ve got the time to spare to talk to each other.

Another way to stay connected with our friends is with a Google Chrome extension called “Netflix Party.” Download the extension and share the link with your friends to watch any Netflix movie together! It is …

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29 Best John Mulaney Quotes And Funny Jokes From His Best Comedy Shows

John Mulaney always is up for something new.

John Mulaney is an iconic stand-up comedian, writer, producer, and actor. He studied English Literature and Religion at Georgetown University. When he graduated in 2004, he moved to New York with the hopes of being a comedian and began working as an office assistant at Comedy Central. A year later, he pitched the idea of making a parody of “I Love the ‘80s” titled “I Love the ‘30s.” Mulaney ended up making the show with Nick Kroll. Then Mulaney was hired as a commentator on the VH1 show, “Best Week Ever.”

In 2008, Mulaney auditioned for “Saturday Night Live” and got hired on the writing team and worked there for six years. For “SNL,” he is known for co-creating the character of Stefon with Bill Hader, as well as appearing on the Weekend Update. Mulaney returned to Saturday Night Live in 2018 and 2019 as a host.

After John Mulaney left “Saturday Night Live” as a writer in 2012 to pursue other comedic ventures, Fox picked up his sitcom pilot called “Mulaney,” which he starred in, produced, and wrote. Unfortunately, the show didn’t perform well and was canceled shortly after, in 2015.

Mulaney then went on to write “Documentary Now!” and the Comedy Central Roast of James Franco. He also took on roles on television shows like “Crashing,” “Difficult People,” and “Portlandia.” Mulaney also currently voices the role of Andrew Glouberman in the show “Big Mouth,” co-created by Nick Kroll. In 2017 and 2018, he and Nick Kroll hosted the Independent Spirit Awards together.

In addition to his television work, John Mulaney performed stand-up comedy as a headliner since 2008. In 2009, he came out with a stand-up comedy album titled “The Top Part,” “New in Town” in 2012, and “The Comeback Kid” in 2015 on Netflix, which earned him a nomination for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special. In 2018, Mulaney released another comedy special to Netflix called “Kid Gorgeous,” for which he received an Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Variety Special.

John Mulaney also had a Broadway show, “Oh, Hello” in 2016, which was filmed and released to Netflix in 2017.

More recently, in 2019, Mulaney released a children’s musical comedy special to Netflix called “John Mulaney & The Sack Lunch Bunch,” which showcases Mulaney and 15 child actors, who make up the

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40 Best Kirk Douglas Quotes About Acting & Dealing With Adversity

Kirk Douglas died on Wednesday, February 5, 2020 at the age of 103.

It’s a sad day when you lose such an important person in the film industry. We as inpiduals can’t help but look up to actors, directors, writers and singers in the entertainment industry. We see a bit of ourselves in the people we see on screen and we want to achieve some of their success, so it cuts deep when those people we look up to pass away.

Timeless actor and Hollywood legend, Kirk Douglas, born on December 9, 1916, died on Wednesday, February 5, 2020 at the age of 103.

An icon of Hollywood’s Golden Age, Douglas starred in movies such as Champion, Spartacus and The Bad and the Beautiful.

Kirk Douglas had an immensely successful career as an actor, director and author, but he also was a father to another famous actor, Michael Douglas — which meant not only did he have a successful life, but also a fulfilling one. One of four of Kirk Douglas’ kids, Michael Douglas wrote a heartfelt message on Instagram to commemorate his father’s passing, explaining that his father, “To the world, was a legend, an actor from the golden age of movies who lived well into his golden years, a humanitarian whose commitment to justice and the causes he believed in set a standard for all of us to aspire to.”

Michael Douglas went on to say that to him and his brothers, though, Kirk Douglas was “simply Dad … to his grandchildren and great-grandchild their loving grandfather, and to his wife Anne, a wonderful husband.”

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Kirk Douglas was an amazing actor, possibly one of the best male stars ever. He was nominated for best actor three times by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. In 1996 Kirk Douglas received an honorary Oscar in 1996.

He may have retired in 2004, but Kirk Douglas acted in over 70 films before he did.

He took the world by storm and won’t soon be forgotten, so we gathered 40 of the best Kirk Douglas quotes about life, love and his passion for acting to help us remember the impact he made.

1. Kirk Douglas knew a thing or two about life.

“The learning process continues until the day you …

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51 Best Ellen DeGeneres Quotes About Life & Funny Ellen Memes That Teach Us About Compassion

Not only is she funny, but she teaches us every day to be compassionate to the people around us.

Ellen DeGeneres is a comedian, actress, writer, and television host. When it comes to stand-up comedy, Ellen started performing in small clubs. However, in 1981 she became the emcee at Clyde’s Comedy Club. Around that time, she began to go on tours all over the nation, and in 1984, Showtime declared her The Funniest Person In America.

In 1986, Ellen appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson. After she performed that set, Carson motioned for her to join him for an on-air interview, which was the first time a female comedian was invited to partake in that. Even though Ellen stopped performing stand-up in 2003, she made her comeback after 15 years by releasing a special to Netflix called Relatable.

Ellen DeGeneres also has a very successful television career. She had her first regular TV role in 1989 on a sitcom called Open House. She also had parts in shows like One Night Stand and Laurie Hill.

In 1994, Ellen DeGeneres starred in the show These Friends of Mine but after a season they changed the name of the show to Ellen. In 1997, “came out” as a lesbian on The Oprah Winfrey Show and thus, her character on Ellen also came out as gay in the sitcom. Ellen then became the first show on prime-time to include an openly gay leading character, however, the show was canceled shortly after in 1998, so DeGeneres began her own talk show called The Ellen DeGeneres Show in 2003.

The Ellen DeGeneres Show was incredibly successful, receiving over 20 Daytime Emmy Awards in the first five seasons. The show continues to air daily on NBC.

In 2008, Ellen DeGeneres married actress Portia de Rossi, and in 2009, was a judge on American Idol — but DeGeneres decided to leave the show after just one season because she didn’t enjoy judging the contestants.

She then explored interior design with her show Ellen’s Design Challenge in 2015. In 2017, she hosted Ellen’s Game of Games which featured weird competitions among her audience members.

Along with her television work, Ellen DeGeneres is famous for voice acting the role of Dory in the animated film Finding Nemo in 2003. She then reprised her role in 2016 in the film Finding Dory. …

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40 Best Queer Eye Quotes & Funny Queer Eye Memes About Reinventing Yourself

The Fab Five know how to make you feel beautiful inside and out.

The show Queer Eye For The Straight Guy first aired in the United States on the Bravo network in July of 2003. The show focused on five gay men as they tried to improve the lives of straight men by improving their grooming habits, cultural knowledge, and the way they present themselves to the world. Through the process, the “Fab 5” taught men to confront their insecurities, breakdown gender stereotypes and help them realize their full potential.

The show’s main concept was designed to help normalize and de-stigmatize the gay culture. It was a huge success and ran for five seasons. It won an Emmy in 2004 for an outstanding reality program.

In 2018, Netflix decided to reboot the series, premiering Queer Eye with a whole new cast — Antoni Porowski, food and wine expert, Tan France, fashion expert, Karamo Brown, culture expert, Bobby Berk, design expert, and Jonathan Van Ness, grooming expert.

In the new season, the Fab Five makeover men and women alike, helping change their physical appearance, their living space, their eating habits, and the way they present themselves to the world by making them confront the insecurities that are holding them back.

While the first incarnation of the series was searching for acceptance, this new season is hoping for more inclusion and a general embracing of the gay culture.

The world is slowly changing. Hopefully one day it won’t matter if you’re gay or straight, perhaps it won’t even warrant a discussion. Maybe one day it will be like announcing your hair color. Sadly, the world isn’t there yet, though. So we need to take strides to help it along. That is why shows like Queer Eye are so important.

Here are some of the best Queer Eye quotes from the hit Netflix series, along with some of our favorite funny memes from your favorite men of the Queer Eye cast.

1. Both men and women are gorgeous.

“And, like, whatever role you are whether it’s like moon or sun. Moon being more feminine energy and sun being more masculine. I think there is gorgeous strength to be held in both.” —Jonathan Van Ness

2. It’s okay to be vulnerable.

“​Being vulnerable is not a sign of weakness. It is a sign of strength. It shows you are in tune with yourself, which …

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40 Best Queer Eye Quotes About Reinventing Yourself

The Fab Five know how to make you feel beautiful inside and out.

The show Queer Eye For The Straight Guy first aired in the United States on the Bravo network in July of 2003. The show focused on five gay men as they tried to improve the lives of straight men by improving their grooming habits, cultural knowledge, and the way they present themselves to the world. Through the process, the “Fab 5” taught men to confront their insecurities, breakdown gender stereotypes and help them realize their full potential.

The show’s main concept was designed to help normalize and de-stigmatize the gay culture. It was a huge success and ran for five seasons. It won an Emmy in 2004 for an outstanding reality program.

In 2018, Netflix decided to reboot the series, premiering Queer Eye with a whole new cast — Antoni Porowski, food and wine expert, Tan France, fashion expert, Karamo Brown, culture expert, Bobby Berk, design expert, and Jonathan Van Ness, grooming expert.

In the new season, the Fab Five makeover men and women alike, helping change their physical appearance, their living space, their eating habits, and the way they present themselves to the world by making them confront the insecurities that are holding them back.

While the first incarnation of the series was searching for acceptance, this new season is hoping for more inclusion and a general embracing of the gay culture.

The world is slowly changing. Hopefully one day it won’t matter if you’re gay or straight, perhaps it won’t even warrant a discussion. Maybe one day it will be like announcing your hair color. Sadly, the world isn’t there yet, though. So we need to take strides to help it along. That is why shows like Queer Eye are so important.

Here are some of the best Queer Eye quotes from the hit Netflix series and some of your favorite men of the Queer Eye cast.

1. Both men and women are gorgeous.

“And, like, whatever role you are whether it’s like moon or sun. Moon being more feminine energy and sun being more masculine. I think there is gorgeous strength to be held in both.” —Jonathan Van Ness

2. It’s okay to be vulnerable.

“​Being vulnerable is not a sign of weakness. It is a sign of strength. It shows you are in tune with yourself, which is the sexiest thing to men …

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40 Best Sylvia Day Quotes About Love, Romance And Seduction

Who’s in the mood for a good romance novel?

Sylvia Day is a Japanese-American number one bestselling author in 28 countries who writes a world of romance, charm, and all things sexy. Day is known for her bestselling Crossfire series and has won two National Readers’ Choice Awards, alongside many others.

Day is best known for her romance novels and sometimes goes under the pseudonyms L.S. Day and Livia Dare. Although her notable pieces of literature stem from the hot and heavy stories, Day has written numerous novellas and short stories that vary in the romance genres, such as historical literature, paranormal, eroticism, and many more.

If you thought her Crossfire series selling over 13 million copies was impressive, Day was also a former Russian linguist for the U.S. Army Military Intelligence. With more than 20 novels written during her career, Day has left readers inspired and made it possible to reach an audience around the world.

She is a true inspiration not only for me but for all the young writers out there who are struggling with finding their footing in this industry. It can be extremely intimidating to start creating stories and characters — but it is not impossible. The more you read, enhance your skills and believe in yourself, you will definitely reach your goal. Remember, no goal or dream is too big!

Because of how many novels Day has written, it is safe to say there are plenty of romantic quotes and words about love and seduction to live by in every chapter of her stories. We’ve come up with a list of the best Sylvia Day quotes about love, seduction, and romance.

1. Imagine this kind of love?

“Day One of my life was when I met you.” — Sylvia Day

2. When you’re so obsessed with someone, you can’t get them out of your mind.

“I look at you, angel, and I want you so badly. I want to be with you, listen to you, talk to you. I want to hear you laugh, and hold you when you cry. I want to sit next to you, breathe the same air, share the same life. I want to wake up with you like this every day forever. I want you.” — Sylvia Day

3. Even in a crowded space, you’ll be the one they see.

“Angel, a crowd of millions couldn’t hide you from …

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40 Best Kirk Douglas Quotes About Life, Acting, And Dealing With Adversity

Kirk Douglas died on Wednesday at the age of 103.

It’s a sad day when you lose such an important person in the film industry. We as individuals can’t help but look up to actors, directors, writers and singers in the entertainment industry. We see a bit of ourselves in the people we see on screen and we want to achieve some of their success, so it cuts deep when those people we look up to pass away.

Timeless actor and Hollywood legend, Kirk Douglas, died yesterday at the old age of 103. Icon of the Hollywood Golden Age, Douglas starred in movies such as Champion, Spartacus and The Bad and the Beautiful.

Kirk Douglas had an immensely successful career as an actor, director and author, but he also was a father to another famous actor, Michael Douglas — which meant not only did he have a successful life, but also a fulfilling one. One of four of Kirk Douglas’ kids, Michael Douglas wrote a heartfelt message on Instagram to commemorate his father’s passing, explaining that his father, “To the world, was a legend, an actor from the golden age of movies who lived well into his golden years, a humanitarian whose commitment to justice and the causes he believed in set a standard for all of us to aspire to.”

Michael Douglas went on to say that to him and his brothers, though, Kirk Douglas was “simply Dad … to his grandchildren and great-grandchild their loving grandfather, and to his wife Anne, a wonderful husband.”

Kirk Douglas was an amazing actor, possibly one of the best male stars ever. He was nominated for best actor three times by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. In 1996 Kirk Douglas received an honorary Oscar in 1996.

He may have retired in 2004, but Kirk Douglas acted in over 70 films before he did. He took the world by storm and won’t soon be forgotten, so we’ve gathered some of the best Kirk Douglas quotes about life, love and his passion for acting to help us remember the impact he made.

1. Kirk Douglas knew a thing or two about life.

“The learning process continues until the day you die.” — Kirk Douglas

2. He believed that a spouse says a lot about a person.

“If you want to know about a man, you can find out an awful …

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