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These Hilarious Quarantine Baking Fails Are So Relatable For First-Timers

People are finding creative ways to spend their spare time while quarantining during the novel coronavirus pandemic. In addition to virtual game nights and happy hours, people have been trying their hand at baking. More specifically, people are baking bread, and while there are plenty of successes, many amateur chefs have been sharing their unsuccessful attempts on Twitter. Here are some of the best tweets about quarantine baking fails that’ll remind you you’re not the only one who’s bread didn’t quite pan out. New bakers are discovering the joy of…

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Global North America 

Why Covid-19 Quarantine Dreams Are Taking Over the Internet

A California woman in her seventies was dreaming of a grocery store. Her cat had instructed her to buy a specific brand of chicken, but it was too expensive. When she got to the register with her cheaper chicken in tow, the cashier told the woman she’d have to submit the proper paperwork for the chicken later because the system couldn’t find the correct part number. The woman apologized for her stupidity but had to ask: Where was she supposed to find a part number on a chicken carcass? Erin…

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Global North America 

5 year old Sends An Adorable Letter To Her 93 year old Neighbor Asking If Hes OK, He Replies

Paradoxical as it sounds, it sometimes appears that social distancing is bringing people together. No matter how often we read about the society that has become divisive, we also have seen more than enough examples of quarantine bringing out the best in people. You’re about to read one such heartwarming example below. This week, 22-year-old teacher Louisa May shared a tweet in which she says that her grandfather, who is 93 years old and therefore in isolation, received the most heartwarming and beautiful letter from his young neighbor. The writer, a 5-year-old…

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