Compilation of the best jokes spotted this week.
During this difficult times, let’s laugh a little bit and cheer up ourselves. Staying home, many of us being alone, need to draw a smile on our face during this stressful moments. Stress is causing a lot of health issues, so let’s try a smile on our face, even if is hard, happiness keep us alive and healthy.
Bemorepanda collected the best jokes for today, so let’s enjoy them together and increase out immune cells. Being at home people let their creativity come out, people are making jokes and funny comments during quarantine.
When we have to go to work, or meet our friends, everywhere around the world people joke and make fun, but what to do this time when we are home? Of course, making fun on internet and sometimes on the street. There were spotted a funny photo on internet of a red balloon coming out of a sewer drainage, on which is a toilet paper. Yes, this is a scene from the movie “It”, but how about the toilet paper? Coronavirus times.
Here is the our collection of the funniest jokes for today. The coronavirus pandemic, is not a joke itself, we need to take care of ourselves and stay safe. We recommend you to stay at home and feel the spirit of this fun within your family, make some jokes, watch some funny movies and keep smiling!
People around the world are on quarantine for the fast two months now, with over 2,5 million confirmed cases and 171.800 deaths. Life is not the same anymore, we cannot go to the gym, we cannot go out clubbing, meet with friends, or even family... So, what else can we do?
Memes - that's right, the internet is flooded with people who make memes about the coronavirus pandemic. Because hey, there is not much else you can do except laugh.
Laughter can help in a crisis such as a coronavirus pandemic - and people should not feel guilty about it, according to a university professor.
Psychologist Prof Richard Wiseman, from the University of Hertfordshire, says "finding the funny" is a "common way" of coping.
So, make yourself comfortable and explore a collection to 50 funny jokes that will bust your immune system during these difficult times.
5.Donal Trump haircut during coronavirus
For people staying at home to help curb the spread of Coronavirus, watching a movie, reading a book or just browing online for funny content is very good "partly because it distracts you and also because it puts you in a good mood", according to BBC,
"Laughter is contagious: you hear people laugh and you laugh as well, Prof Richard Wiseman says.
He also said joking about the current situation was acceptable, as people often do what comedians call "finding the funny" to deal with stressful events.
"You may feel bad about that but as long as it doesn't hurt anyone else it's a common way of coping," he said.
"There are studies which show that those who find the funny are psychologically and physically healthier.
18.A priest in Russia during the quarantine. Following the Prime Minister’s announcement on the 23 March, the Archbishops requires that churches must now close both for private worship and public services.
During quarantine people spend a lot of time online, Bemorepanda decided to collect some interesting websites for you to randomize your online life. Today we read a lot of news and are tired to watch the feed on our social media. It’s time to give yourself a break from all the breaking news and release stress.
Maybe you will get entertained to play a virtual piano or tetris.
Tetris is the well known game, playing some rounds can release your anxiety. It is a easy game that enjoys everyone. Piano is another online platform where you can try your musical skills or develop them. Turning your keyboard into a piano is really fun.
Live-streams of cute animals are enjoyed by everyone, LiveCam is the best option for you in this sphere. Lovely animals seen online brings happiness and increase your mood for the hole day. Animals are stress releasing, so if you don’t have a little buddy near you, just click the website and admire how a little puppy is playing.
Bubble wrap is real fun. Sometimes you have to pop some bubble wrap to feel better, so here you are. Other ambient sounds to wash away your distraction and relax yourself can be heard on A Soft MurMur. Here you can create your own white noise which will calm you.
For those who love drawing, Quick Draw is a cool website where you can draw whatever you want. Spending time useful if very important toda during quarantine. We have a lot of time and sometimes it’s really boring, that’s why you have to entertain yourself and stay positive.
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Hundreds of thousands of people caught fighting in western Myanmar probably know nothing about COVID-19 after Internet access was blocked in the area, according to human rights organizations, quoted by CNN.
In June 2019, the government of Myanmar, led by Aung San Suu Kyi, cut off internet access in nine cities in the area for fear that it would be used to fuel clashes between the military and insurgents in Myanmar.
In May, internet access returned to a municipality, but another eight, with a total population of about 800,000 people, are still deprived of this means of communication.
Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International say the lack of the Internet threatens people's lives, not only because it prevents them from reporting possible human rights violations, but also because they do not have access to coronavirus pandemic information campaigns.
"With an armed conflict between Myanmar's troops and the Arakan army in Rakhine State amid the pandemic, it is essential that civilians obtain the information they need to stay safe," said Linda Lakhdhir, Asia's legal adviser to Human Rights Watch.
Six deaths and 292 COVID-19 infections were reported in Myanmar from more than 64,532 tests, according to the Myanmar Ministry of Health.
Several cases have been confirmed in the northern cities of Maungdaw and Buthidaung in Rakhine State, where more than 100,000 Rohingya Muslims live in crowded camps. Many fled military-launched operations against Rohingya insurgents in 2018. The UN has demanded that the Myanmar army be tried by an international tribunal for genocide and atrocities against Rohingya Muslims. Rakhine Buddhists left homeless due to the fighting also live in the camps in the area.
Sometimes in bars, schools and various shopping centers there are such toilets that seemed to be created for show. No one wanted or tried to make them convenient to use. Here are 15 striking examples from Web users.
1. Transparent doors in booths are increasingly common.
2. The relief does not change the essence.
3. Or cabins are not needed at all?
4. Another option in one of the bars.
5. These booths are definitely not needed.
6. But it’s light.
7. Or so. It seems more strange.
8. And just a masterpiece.
9. Bugs bunny is that you?
10. Another viewer option with a flush button on the chest. It’s scary to imagine what is hidden behind the lid.
11. Cramped, but no offense
12. Almost like in a famous meme. Light version.
13. The mission is impossible in one of the schools: to get out of the booth without hitting the urinal.
14. Toilet for people with wheelchairs, which they are unlikely to be able to use.