"How big does this pile have to be?"
We all know about the never-ending battle between cats and toilet paper.
But in days when toilet paper is a too pricy commodity, our feline friends sure need to learn how to get along.
Unfortunately, these memes prove that no lesson was learned and that the battle will continue until every roll is unraveled!
There's nothing quite like the behavior of panicky humans in the face of an emergency. Especially when it comes to hoarding.
We're seeing it now with the novel coronavirus when people are buying more products than they could use in a lifetime. And of all of the products that are being snatched up the fastest, there's one that's in special demand: toilet paper.
So now that you're all set with a substantial supply of toilet paper and a lot of spare time at home, why don't you use it to create some cool DIY projects for your cat?
We have gathered up a bunch of cool DIY projects you could do with all those toilet paper rolls.
With so many people quarantining, some of you might feel like there's not enough internet to help you pass the time. Fortunately, our entertainment-providing industry is unaffected by Coronavirus and the changes flipping normal life on its ass. We're going to be serving up memes til the end, and here's another gallery of 'em to help you through it all.
Coronavirus, coronavirus, coronavirus. What else are people talking about nowadays? Yes, the unknown is scary and confusing, but people seem to be losing sight of reality. The public has embarked on a frenzy of buying stores out of toilet paper as if their lives depend on it, rather than food, medicine, and games to keep themselves entertained - all of which would be a lot more sensible. Unsurprisingly, coronavirus toilet paper memes are as hot of a commodity as toilet paper itself and here are some of our favorites to get you through this period of social distancing.
With a quickly growing concern over the spread of coronavirus, shoppers everywhere turned to what seemed like a good idea at the time; panic buying. Most notably, people decided to hoard toilet paper when they probably didn't even buy enough food to merit their purchasing of so many shit tickets. With stores and businesses being the preferred prowling ground for entitled Karens, a moment of petty revenge like this was just bound to happen.
There are many people we can roast for their behavior as people deal with the Coronavirus outbreak. There are the fumbling politicians and Corona Katie. People who are rude to their local grocers. And then there are the daft people who decided that hoarding toilet hoarding toilet paper will help them during a pandemic. While dank memes probably won't help these poor idiots realize the errors of their ways, the meme-ing community has been going in on TP hoarders. And we're enjoying it more than we should.
As hysterical citizens flock to Targets, Walmarts, and local businesses to hoard toilet paper and hand sanitizer, some seem to forget that the people stocking shelves and managing stores are humans, too. Frustrated grocery store manager @dadopotamus took to Twitter to share his feelings about many COVID-19 fear shoppers:
"I manage a grocery store. I gotta say. You're all giant scumbags."
While the tweet may seem negative, other retail workers joined in to share their experiences, and those of loved ones who are crumbling from the stress of trying to help people get the supplies they need. While of course there are polite people taking only what they need during this crisis, according to this thread there are far more people crying injustice and treating workers like crap. We've included many of the anecdotes in this gallery, but for more disappointment (and some seriously defensive tweets) check out the thread here.
Monkeys have more manners and perhaps act more human than humans themselves, at times.
And we've got proof. In a viral monkey video shared on Twitter by user @klarasjo, you can clearly see each monkey grab one of what looks to be a boa bun for food, and not selfishly hoard multiples for oneself. They simple take one and leave.
Err.. at least a majority of them do.
@klarasjo wishes for us humans to take note. The monkeys are doing a way better job at handling this madness than us.
Most people are already aware of the hilarity of the Lawrence Kansas Police Department's Twitter account. Their blunt yet funny way of delivering basic messages, like "Don't do crimes" has gained them somewhat of a cult status on the internet. And their response to the Coronavirus outbreak is predictably on brand. In addition to imploring that people wash their hands, the police department also provided Twitter with a thoughtful reminder that people should not be hoarding supplies like toilet paper and ground beef.
As more and more states of emergency are declared, and the Coronavirus outbreak worsens in the United States, people are starting to panic. And other people are starting to meme. They're meme-ing about the insane lack of toilet paper, and they're meme-ing about lack of healthcare. Creating memes in the wake of a tragedy is nothing new. The "edgy" practice is a coping mechanism for some people, and is considered controversial by others. While we don't for a second think Coronavirus should be taken lightly, we do think there's something to be said about laughter as medicine. And if you agree, you'll probably enjoy these COVID-19 memes.