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Thats... a little creepy.😶
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new-edition-of-40-back-to-school-memes-for-students-and-teachers-to-share-with-each-other

Even if it is a bit of summer vacation, the sound of the bell already wakes parents to the reality of the beginning of the school year. In September, the school starts for both the little ones and the big ones. So far, the official information is that the school will begin offline, in the classrooms, with active participation in the gyms.

 

Back to school memes

 

It is an excellent time to buy the necessary clothing, footwear, and supplies. We recommend that you do this shopping with the children so that they feel involved and responsible and find out the value of the money. Bemorepanda also prepared some funny memes.

 

1. Back to school

 

2. After the school is over

 

3. Next week

 

Everyday outfits at school must be comfortable and durable, and why not have an affordable price. A sports outfit with a T-shirt, tracksuit, and sneakers can be an inspired choice, both in the gym and on the sports field.

 

Of course, you can also choose separate outfits, one dedicated to school attendance in the classrooms and different equipment for sports classes. A sports outfit will encourage movement, so a healthy body. Motivate children to do sports.

 

In September, returning to school will be a new beginning for many future students, with emotions and new faces, both for children and parents. More online stores have already started the Back to School campaigns.

 

4. Reopening school

 

5. Send kids to school

 

6. Good day

 

The best thing that can happen to children stressed by the school is summer vacation, which is long and full of any other activity that takes our minds off writing, reading, and counting. As September has come upon us sooner than we expected, it is time to return to the school hallways and resume our learning routine with the children.

 

School is a happy environment for many children, with sweet reunions, emotions for the new year, and an equally large number of children.

 

These emotions are normal, regardless of the child's age, only that sometimes children need more support from the adults around them to manage them. The parent's skills are beneficial. Dear father, I've created some general tips for you on some common problems.

 

Usually, emotions grow on the threshold of the unknown. Children can have trouble meeting someone they have heard so much about from an adult. “Will I like them? Will she be good to me? ” they are honest thoughts and should not be ignored. Getting to know and meet the teacher before school starts in a non-formal environment (outside of school) is an excellent idea for reducing emotions. If this is not possible, some schools allow visitors to visit the institution before the first day of school to familiarize children with the building. It may be helpful to read with the child the messages received by the parent from the teacher before the first day of school. "Look, the teacher sent us a message asking us not to bring the backpack on our first day."

 

7. Suspended

 

8. Tell me again

 

9. Tears of joy

 

Every child loves routines because they are an easy way to know at any time what activity is going on and how important it is in academia. So, as a parent, you can give a lot of help before starting school to set up daily planning routines, from preparing for school (projects, learning deadlines, supplies) to setting the menu for the “package” and organizing learning or academic goals in the new year. Knowing all this in advance helps the child be more focused on the tasks required and more organized in education.

 

To see that the goals are still being met and the organization proposed by the child is effective, you can help at regular intervals to clean the study space, discuss difficulties and successes, or use the list check that the child has in a visible place. . All these efforts improve the child's organizational and planning skills, increase the child's attention span and allow the child to be observed without the "teasing" that occurs when the child is asked ten times a day "Did you do x, y, z work?" Now you may be wondering, "What is difficult on this list, and where do I need your help?" or appreciate, "I noticed that you finished everything today. I'm very proud of you, and now we can have fun together."

 

10. There is no plan

 

11. Fall plans

 

Usually during school periods, we are incredibly focused on learning, the excellent past of tests, the strengthening of weaknesses in school, and we forget that children and adults get tired and bored of constantly going to school and going through the daily routine. Here comes the help of the parent who plans fun moments, a good game of laughing and rocking during homework, or the favorite food in the family once I threw the notebooks in the backpack. Disconnecting the child from the pressure to perform academically at high levels, reducing fatigue and overcrowding with after-school programs are extremely important for maintaining long-term mental health and avoiding chronic fatigue and boredom.

 

Today we can no longer talk about students who do not use a phone/tablet or computer to search for information on the Internet or improve their learning using online courses. These are excellent ways to bring an educational boost as long as they are used sparingly. The time spent on screen is itself a distraction from learning. Monitor the time you and your child spend in the virtual environment or connected to a screen. Always pay attention to your behavior as a parent because it is possible to be taken as a model as a child. When we feel swamped and do not have time to look up from the screens, we lose touch with the beautiful things that happen in real life and the events in the child's life. Also, avoid having a TV in your child's bedroom or getting used to charging their electronic devices at night during sleep because the temptation to turn them on and play at night can be greater than rest.

 

12. Mama said

 

13. After quarantine

 

14. Plague

 

15. You go to school

 

16. Never going back

 

17. Panic

 

18. Parents now

 

19. Whatever happens

 

20. School pictures

 

21. Teachers on last night

 

22. Welcome back

 

23. Drop offline

 

24. Differences

 

25. Last year

 

26. Everyone with a brain

 

27. Are you excited?

 

28. I Just forgot

 

29. Teachers at home

 

30. You think it is funny?

 

31. Motivation

 

32. Force mute

 

33. Going back

 

34. Reopening

 

35. Reading emails

 

36. Going back to school

 

37. How I went to school

 

38. Actual footage

 

39. Miss one day

 

40. Making memes

 

 

 

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mom-life-memes-that-will-make-you-laugh

Being a mother is a complex and wonderful experience. Mothers have precious moments that they would not give up for anything in the world. However, sometimes some feel that they are running out of power. Many compared life as a mother to an obstacle course. And it seems that as time goes on, the obstacles get bigger and bigger.

 

Funny Mom Life memes

 

In order to provide the best care for their children, mothers sacrifice their free time and much of their social life. "I'm constantly on duty," mothers often say. "We replaced the relaxing baths with quick showers and romantic dinners with food prepared in the microwave. I can no longer travel, see new places or do many other things. But the laundry is washed and packed! ”Another common phrase.

 

Most mothers, of course, also talk about the unique moments of joy they experience when they are raising their children.

 

1. Types of shower

 

2. Hard stuff

 

3. Diet industry

 

4. Good idea

 

5. Documenting

 

A major obstacle that complicates the lives of many mothers is that, in addition to paying for family responsibilities, she must go to work to support her family financially. Many of these mothers take a job not out of pleasure but out of necessity. They know that if they stay at home, their family, and especially their children, will suffer. However, their salaries - often lower than those of men who do similar work - matter a lot.

 

In São Paulo, Brazil, for example, 42% of the workforce is women. A Brazilian newspaper has called mothers who stay at home to raise an endangered species. In rural Africa, it is common to see a mother wearing a firewood tie on her head and a child on her back.

 

The labor market sometimes requires mothers to spend many hours at work, increasing the number of obstacles. And that's not all. At employment, the employer asked Maria, a young woman living in Greece, to sign a deed promising that she would not become pregnant for the next three years. Otherwise, he would have to pay compensation. Maria signed the deed, but after a year and a half, she became pregnant. Then the employer showed him the signed deed. Maria has gone to court to challenge the company's contract, and is now awaiting a ruling.

 

6. Relate

 

7. Relax

 

8. Mom Lifehack

 

In less extreme cases, employers force mothers to return to work as soon as possible after giving birth. Usually, when they return to work, they are not allowed to work part-time. Thus, there is no change in their status, given the responsibilities they now have towards a newborn. Due to financial problems, they cannot afford to agree too often. Some mothers are forced to send their children to nurseries where conditions leave much to be desired. It is also possible that they will not receive too much help from the state.

 

Another category is that of mothers who go to work not for financial reasons, but to feel fulfilled. Sandra, who has two children, has decided to return to work after the birth of each of them. She remembers that when she suddenly woke up alone at home with a child, "sometimes she would sit and look out the window, wondering what other people were doing." In addition, some mothers do their best to escape the stress of family life by going to work. The British Daily Telegraph reports: “Some parents are looking to spend hours in the relatively calm atmosphere at work. This creates a vicious circle, as they end up spending less and less time with their children, who become more and more apathetic, more aggressive and deviant. "

 

9. How about your kid

 

10. Cook meals

 

11. Hitting a wall

 

Efforts are needed to achieve a work-life balance. Echoing the feelings of many, a mother in the Netherlands said: “I am exhausted. Even in the morning I wake up tired. When I return from work, I feel finished. The children have already said, "Mommy is always tired," and that makes me feel guilty. I don't want to give up my job, but at the same time, I want to be the mother who is always with her children, who makes everything possible. But I am not the perfect mother, as I would like. "

 

This is one of the millions of working mothers who believe that repeated absences from home could be offset in part by "quality time" spent with their children, but who have found that this idea is not a good idea. Many mothers today say that because of stress at work and responsibilities at home, they have come to feel exhausted, overwhelmed, and rewarded for their efforts.

 

Also, mothers who stay at home to care for their children say that they have to face the attitude of a society that is accustomed to praising paid work, a society that looks at them with an air of superiority and underestimates them. In some cultures, housewives no longer belong to the category of people with an honorable social position, and are therefore forced to pursue a career, even if the family does not need additional income.

 

12. Artwork

 

13. Home alone

 

14. Simple facts

 

15. Parallel park

 

Another obstacle that mothers face is the following: After eight hours of strenuous work, a mother returns home not to rest, but to continue with the usual household chores. Whether they have a secular job or not, mothers are generally the ones who have to take care of the house and the children.

 

Deep-rooted traditions can also increase the number of obstacles. In Japan, the mother is expected to give her child the things that other children of the same age have. If other children take piano or painting lessons, a mother feels compelled to give her children the same things. Schools force parents to let their child take part in the same extracurricular activities as other children. Being different could lead to harassment from children, teachers, other parents, and relatives. The same is true in other countries.

 

Advertising and the spirit of consumer society can lead children to ask their parents to buy them certain products. In developed countries, mothers may feel that they need to satisfy their children's cravings because they see other mothers doing the same for their children. If I fail, I see this as a failure.

 

It is certain that being a mother can be very tiring. A study of 2,000 women in the United States, with children between the ages of 5 and 12, shows that being a mother is like having two and a half jobs. That they wake up, on average, at 6.23 and go to bed at 8.31 in the evening. And 14 hours of work is not easy to take.

 

16. Every single word

 

17. Art 

 

18. So possitive

 

19. Calling off work

 

20. Parking situation

 

21. Being pregnant

 

22. Just write

 

23. New life coach

 

24. Party next door

 

25. Raise a child

 

26. Paw Patrol

 

27. Vacations I need

 

28. How to adult

 

29. Watching your kid

 

30. Little face

 

 

31. Middle aged

 

32. Being productive

 

33. Metabolism

 

34. Kids getting older

 

35. Beachy waves

 

36. As a parent

 

37. New friend

 

38. Going to bed

 

39. Being an adult

 

40. Parenthood

 

 

 

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top-compilations-of-coronavirus-memes-to-boost-your-mood-during-the-pandemic-lockdown

In this difficult times, people are scared, no one knows what will happen or for how long this coronavirus pandemic will last. As of today, there are 613.700 confirmed cases with over 30,712 deaths. At the same time, Italy has reported the largest increase in death, with over 919 in just one day followed by Spain with 569 deaths.

 

In order to reduce the number of new infections, governments are forced to impose new restrictions on movement. So, if there is one thing we can do apart from staying home is trying to have a positive attitude. Bemorepanda has compiled a new series of the most popular memes from the internet and we hope that it will put a smile on your face in this difficult situation we’re currently in. 

 

President of France, Emmanuel Macron tells it's citizen to avoid visiting old people, while sitting next to his wife, Brigitte Marie-Claude Macron who is 66 years old

 

 

People now remember the time when the biggest problem of the US was a glowjob given to Bill Clinton by Monica Lewinsky.

 

 

 

The quarantine is having an emotional impact on parents, especially if you live with more than two children in one small apartment

 

 

While it's very difficult to find toilet paper in US supermarkets, in Afganistan it's a different story

 

 

Can this be a cure for coronavirus?

 

 

The reason why in Burundi has 0 cases of coronavirus is because no tests have been made

 

 

 

 

When police test you for coronavirus but it turns out the test is positive for marijuana

 

 

 

Why some users prefer not to share hands

 

 

 

EBITDAC = earning before interest, taxes, depreciation, amortization and coronavirus

 

 

The list is compiled by Bemorepanda

 

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russian-mobile-operator-mts-asks-its-users-to-refrain-from-sending-coronavirus-memes

Users should refuse to send memes to each other in order for the communication to work properly. Network bandwidth is limited, and in the face of the widespread transition to remote work, the load on them has increased.


MTS, (Mobile TeleSystems) is a mobile network operator in Russia, Armenia and Belarus with over 86,7 million subscribers. As of 2019, MTS had the largest market share of 31% in Russia.



It’s President, Alexei Kornia addressed an open letter to the company's customers, in which he warned about the increased load on the network in the conditions of remote work. He asked users to refrain from sending fun, but voluminous content.

Mr Kornia asked its users to be responsible for consuming content on the network. “This does not mean that you need to refuse to watch movies online or participate in video conferencing as part of remote work. I’m talking about that in the current situation, you can refrain, for example, from sending funny, but heavy videos in messengers to dozens of your contacts. When the number of such videos grows, this creates an optional, but significant burden on the infrastructure of operators, ”he explained.


Kornia recalled that some Internet companies have already come came to the conclusion to automatically reduce the quality of the transmitted video, removing 4K and Full HD quality from the settings. Network bandwidth is a physically limited resource, despite all the efforts of operators to maintain high-quality communication. “Memes and a good mood are important, but now you need to approach responsibly!” He concluded.


As of today, there are 588,083 confirmed cases with coronavirus and over 27,715 deaths. Out of those people who are infected, 95% or 406,594 are in mild condition while 5% (22,807) are in serious or critical condition. In order to reduce the stress of the complete lockdown, there are reports that many users send memes in large volumes to friends in order to boost the mood.


Reported by Bemorepanda


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