THE TIME in self-isolation could be spent watching some of those great foreign language movies you've been meaning to see like, oh, you've put Friends on from the beginning instead.
THE CHILDREN of a 65-year-old woman are celebrating her years of selfless love by not going to see her this Mother’s Day.
A SCHOOLBOY who asked for divine intervention to get out of his GCSEs is in terrified awe of the trouble he has created.
EVERYONE knows how important it is to wash your hands and stay indoors, but are you also judging other people’s activities enough? Try these:
A COUPLE who never get off their arses are furious that they are not supposed to go anywhere at the moment.
A WOMAN is unconcerned about running out of loo roll because she has at least 3,000 crumpled receipts in her handbag.
CHILDREN aged between two and 12 who are immune to the coronavirus are to train as frontline healthcare staff.
WHILE the Italians lift each other’s spirits with opera, British people can only yowl along to Wonderwall with their neighbours. And these classics.
THE UK’s convenience stores want to tell customers they have shelves groaning with pasta but cannot be heard over the noise of fighting outside Tesco.
ARE you an older person determined to drive your children up the wall by misunderstanding every bit of coronavirus advice?
CAN you remember the last time anyone mentioned Brexit? Despite the misery of coronavirus maybe it’s not all bad. Here are some more silver linings.
A MAN who spent his morning panic-buying toilet roll will spend his evening with a large group of regulars at his local.