We’re currently living in the most unsettling period of our lives. A pandemic unlike any we’ve seen in our lifetimes is seriously threatening to Thanos snap us, causing most of us to avoid contact and make working from home the new normal in our lives.
That said, someone must not have told the clocks we’d be home for so long because time has been moving quite mad since the start of our collective lockdowns and here’s our proof it:
Waking up at 7 AM to quickly check Twitter and finding out it’s 9:30 AM the next time you look up.
Whoever are those those two hours and thirty minutes needs to spit them back out.
Deciding to do a little work from 9:45 AM, working for four hours, ninety-seven minutes and seeing the time is just 10:02 AM
We’d like to see the time manager immediately!
Filling out dates in a form and trying to understand how three days passed you by without noticing.
What’s today’s date? Try it without checking your phone first, you’re probably wrong.
Taking a break to watch Netflix in between work and waking up next week Wednesday.
This time jazz is strong.
When people tell you there was a public holiday on Monday yesterday, but you could have sworn it was a Thursday.
Again, this time jazz is strong.
Hearing that the lockdown will be extended for another two weeks and realising you probably won’t touch the road of your street for a whole month.
Who would have thought.
How crazy has the time been for you drifting this lock down?