Laughter, we know, does you good. And amid the coronavirus crisis, we could all use a dose of good right about now. We’ve scoured social media to find the 50 funniest coronavirus memes that will make you laugh out loud or maybe even guffaw! It doesn’t matter how loud you laugh. You’re all alone, after all!
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Not everyone is happy that you’re working from home in your PJs!
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Truth! This is a scent-memory most people will never forget!
Tag, you’re it!
If you’re feeling lonely in the coming days, here’s a way to get some social interaction at a socially appropriate distance.
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This guy has so much to teach us about social distancing!
This goes out to everyone—especially kids like the 7-year-old who wrote this letter—with a birthday in March or April (and maybe even May or June).
The moment when all your weaknesses become strengths!
Who wouldn’t be psyched about the return on the finger gun!
Trekkies know the secret to steering clear of coronavirus.
Why is that you rarely see your neighbors until they’re told to stay away and now the sidewalks are packed with people?
Other shoppers absolutely look at you like this if you’re going the wrong way.
We’re not at an apocalypse yet, but who would have predicted toilet paper and hand sanitizer would have become the most sought after commodities.
We still love Chris Farley!
Wilson was ahead of his time. He offered great advice and practiced social distancing before it was trending!
Admit it. Your favorite snacks don’t have a chance when you’re cooped up all day and night. Don’t tell us you’re going to hide them or freeze them. We know better.
Snacks! Did someone say snacks?
For all of you planning on doing a little exercise while in isolation, here’s an idea from Aunty Acid.
Super curious as to how she’s going to send instructions for cleaning windows and toilet bowls. And for sending her check.
To make your staycation as mind-expanding, enlightening and relaxing as possible, we suggest spending at least one full day in each room.
I don’t care if where I’m going is closed. I’m going, anyway. So there!
For all of you who have wanted to sing your favorite songs in public. It’s no longer inappropriate.
Here’s one good thing that may come out of all of this. Finally, a use for the perpetually missing sock.
The comments we’ve seen on this coronavirus meme will crack you up. Seriously, head over to Facebook and prepare to lol.
People seem to find humor in even the most dire situations!
If you’ve ever sprouted an avocado pit, you know what’s going on here. Fingers crossed it works!
Which way to hang the toilet paper seems a theoretical discussion at this point. Something we can muse about testing out one day.
Bwah ha ha! The moral of this story: Don’t hoard toilet paper.
We’re still trying to figure out why so many people are stockpiling toilet paper.
This is the only time we can remember needing that handful of napkins they stuff in our fast food to-go bags.
Better than nothing, right?
The youth of today will never know the joy of toilet papering their enemy’s yard.
People are getting creative with their toilet paper alternatives!
Let’s just stop shaking hands, period.
How long until this shows up on Flea Market Flip or Antiques Roadshow?
We’ve even seen signs in stores saying they will not accept returns on stockpiled supplies like toilet paper, canned goods or cold medicines.
Creative alternative to toilet paper but maybe we should stick to single-use filters.
Teachers, many parents would agree, deserve sainthood. Right about now may be a good time to look into how you can achieve sainthood. You’re going to need it.
There’s never a boring day on a family farm.
For once, parents will be happy to sit in the drop-off line at school!
Parents may have more respect for their children’s teachers after this time homeschooling their kids.
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Who doesn’t have a little bed head when you’re self-isolating at home?
We haven’t decided which of these is funnier!
We do not recommend this, but we bet you laughed a little when you saw it.
We gave up on a dress code weeks ago!
When you’re working from home, you (and your family) still have to eat!
This is the moment that our dogs (and cats) have been waiting for. While revenge might be too strong of a word, payback seems to fit.
In addition to cleaning your hands, washing has therapeutic, calming effects. Soap, water, wash, rinse. Repeat.
Raise your hand if you’ve licked your fingers to help open a plastic bag or turn a page in a notebook.
Where are people storing all of their stockpiled hand soap anyway?
Supply and demand!
Stay safe but don’t fall victim to fear.
Such a good reminder that we can’t control every situation or how others will react.
We can always count on Dolly!
In the end, this is really what it’s all about. Look around at the many people helping people, and you can’t help but smile.
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