People Share Their Harmless But Somewhat Weird Quarantine Habits (36 PICS)

Posted in INTERESTING       12 May 2021       3176       7 GALLERY VIEW

"The whole family is in on it like a communal descent into madness. We have a plastic duck. Her name is Martha. We move her around the house and then act like she got there on her own."


"So for the past six months, every night I go down to the Mississippi River and I stare at the huge container ships that go by. And then just like any date, I have to google them. So I log on to to see where they’re coming from or going to. And they’re all coming from really exotic places like Hamburg, the Cape of Good Hope, or Trenton, New Jersey – just, like, really cool places that we can’t go to right now. I’m in so deep that now I’ve read three nonfiction books about container ships."

"I learned what all the birds mean according to native mythology and now I use them to predict the weather."


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"This took me year and a half."


"I found this thing online about this person who kept feeding the neighborhood crows and eventually they would start to bring her gifts like little bottle caps or shiny things. And I’ve been walking around the neighborhood a lot so I figured, why not? So I just kept buying huge bags of peanuts to bring with me on my walks. And then, anytime I’d see a crow, I’d throw out handfuls of peanuts through the neighborhood. Literally just in the hopes they’ll start bringing me garbage gifts.

I don’t know where the drop location is supposed to be. I don’t know if they’re supposed to figure out where my house is. Although, I have also started leaving peanuts around my house so they can maybe connect the dots. Because of this, I’ve become crazy tuned into the sound of crow calls. So yeah, it’s been a pretty special time for me and the neighborhood creatures."


"I bought my cat and I matching red silk robes and I put them on us on Sundays to watch true crime shows."


"I tell my dog everything about my life. And when I feel like she has done her fair share of emotional labor for me, I go to my rabbit and I tell him stuff as well."



"Every night at sunset I eat a pickle, and it's my sunset pickle."


"There’s a group of squirrels that bury their nuts in my little backyard. I gave them all names, back stories and a clan rivalry.

It’s been pretty cold and I haven’t seen them for a couple months and I really miss them…except Jason. That little f@#ker used to come around at 4 p.m. everyday and dig up the other squirrels nuts. But I caught on real quick. I’m watching you, Jason"


"I put my Christmas tree up and I haven’t taken it down. It’s almost been up for a year and I’ve changed the ornaments every few weeks."



"Everytime I go to the beach to walk my dog, I collect either rocks, sticks or beach glass. Here's my collection."


"I don’t sleep through the night so at 3 a.m. I get up and eat the croissant on my nightstand. So instead of witching hour, it’s the croissant hour."


"I put my stuffed animals in chairs and give them mugs so it feels like I’m working in a coffee shop, when I’m actually desperately alone."


"That would be the rubber band ball made from each broccoli that we’ve eaten during the pandemic."



"I live near an airport and at the beginning of the pandemic I downloaded this app that lets you check local airplane radar. Now, every time that I hear a plane go by overhead, I check the app to see where they were coming from and I imagine what it would be like if I were in that place right now."


"I got cowgirl boots to wear while watching a horse show on Netflix."


"I rent a place by the lake, but I can’t afford a boat. I can’t go boating and I can’t go fishing because I’m vegan. So everyday during my quarantine summer I would come out on my porch and wait for boats to go by. As the boats went by I would pay attention to what songs they were playing and I would count that as fishing for songs. I put them all on a little playlist."


"Whenever I’m alone for too long and watching TV by myself [and] I have a thought about what I’m watching I will pause the TV. Pause it, look to my left as if someone is sitting there, and I will argue with myself about my opinions on the show. There’s no one there. I only play the show when I’m done saying my thought."



"I’ve been obsessed with the turkeys that live outside my bedroom window and every day at sundown I watch them. It’s become a ritual. I call this 'Turkey Time.' And it’s gotten to the point where if for some reason, due to bad weather or something, the turkeys aren’t here, I feel like my world is crumbling. They are comfort turkeys."


"I abandoned all my previously held beliefs about religion, politics, gender identity, and sexual orientation…oh, and I started painting wine bottles!"


"Practicing my goat face. Would you like to see?"



"These are my sticks."


"I started taking shots of maple syrup whenever I get stressed."


"Before I moved, I would go for a sunset walk every night behind my house and write the names of the people I hate in the sand."


"Sweeping my floor while waiting for my morning coffee is a new ritual. Every single morning, like blindly in the dark."



"Cutting fabric into pieces and then sewing them back together."


"I have this one blonde eyebrow hair that grows super long and I used to pluck it, but now I just let it grow out. It’s probably over an inch. It’s already fallen out naturally once so it’ll probably fall out soon, but I just love it."


"I will make stupid lyrics to the songs and sing them out loud to no one. Like fully in public I will sing at my dog telling her to poop."


"I keep eating pieces of fruit and when I go to shoot, I grow up and now I have a mandarin tree. A lemon tree, a white guava tree. This one didn't like being reported, but she's bouncing back. I have more pink guava guavas growing some green guava. I have an olive tree and I have a tiny little navel tree, navel, orange tree that I'm trying to bonzai. I also have some yellow dragon fruit in the red dragon fruit. But this one's from a friend. I live in a tiny graduate housing apartment. Why did I choose trees?"



"FaceTiming men on dating apps without warning."


"I eat the end of the bread loaves at the end of the day."


"I don’t eat the middles of Oreos. I save them.'


"I got, like super into freakin composting. This is my stinky compost bucket full of stinky compost. Smells like s@#t. I have absolutely no purpose for it. I am just collecting stinky s@#t juice. Also, that system is called Bokashi Bucket. If you go to Banning's and ask for Cocchi, it's not going to go down well."





Mat 2 year s ago
#25 Those are some good sticks!
Gabriella 2 year s ago
I went out into the world and lived my life......
Jem 2 year s ago
Documented evidence that epidemic quarantine can be very unhealthy for people. And for every one that admits to losing their mind there are probably 25 who won’t admit it. Many of these people may never fully recover.
Phillip 2 year s ago
For most people, its "believing the government without question and living in terror of seasonal crud"
Hitty 2 year s ago
#31 My wife has done that since I met her, long before lockdown
Conny 2 year s ago
#12 - Horrible f@#king taste ...
#35 - This are the ones you need to avoid, they are the crazyest!
Jock 2 year s ago
#10 How could she possibly identify any of them except for Jason? He had a pattern. How does she know it’s a Jason, and not a Jennifer? Did she tag them? It has to be like a Caucasian trying to identify an Asian in a lineup. It’s very difficult. You have to do it by haircut, but what if all the haircuts are the same?
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