Well, after this many weeks, the scope for COVID-19 humour seems to have worn thin. In line with our policy of quality over quantity, we have selected just a few winners for this week.

Hysterical Israeli mum on the downside of home-learning

Anzac biscuit – never mess with an Australian tradition

Bored in the house…

@pizzaslimeQUARANTINE DAY 12 ##quarantine ##helpme ##boredinthehouse ##reallifeathome ##lifeathome♬ BORED IN THE HOUSE – Curtis Roach

Yard Safari – making home-travel exciting

Covid TV Traverse – literally climbing the walls


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