There’s no doubt about it: this current health crisis and lockdown is really taking its toll on people.
And even if you haven’t gotten sick, there’s a chance the people you share your living space with are really getting on your nerves.
Which is totally understandable, considering that we can’t really go anywhere or do anything, right?
And that leads to fights about all kinds of petty issues and squabbles.
Ugh…we just have to deal with it for now, I guess. But at least we can have a few laughs.
People took to Twitter to share the dumbest fights they’ve gotten into during the shutdown with the people they live with.
Let’s take a look.
1. Who knew?!?!
I had no idea!
Turns out you can hate the way someone approaches doing a jigsaw puzzle! https://t.co/2MnW8AlQ4S
— Scott Bixby (@scottbix) March 27, 2020
2. Too quietly?
That’s a first…
Not a fight per se but I did get scolded for breathing too quietly in my sleep the other night https://t.co/p8PcrFrd2P
— Birdie Sanders (@ManiacMagLee) March 26, 2020
3. What were you thinking?
That the ranch dressing was incorrectly placed on the liquids/beverage shelf of our refrigerator.
— Laura Fitzpatrick (@BitzOfFitz) March 26, 2020
4. We need to pinpoint the time.
I’m done messing around!
discussion of exactly what time to have dinner led to someone walking out of the house in tears
— David Steinberg (@pinebot) March 26, 2020
5. Why? Why? Why?
Enough with all the questions!
“why is the sugar still out. why is that spoon there. why is your half-full coffee cup there. why is there half an onion on the table” etc etc etc etc
— Kim Kelly (@GrimKim) March 26, 2020
6. Please bring me another mug.
This won’t cut it.
He brought me coffee in the mug that I hate
— Stephanie (@st_ep_ha_nie) March 26, 2020
7. You blew it.
And the kid knows it!
My 4yo is really, really mad that I didn’t name him after a character in the Sonic universe https://t.co/fgJndvTLs6
— D.L. Mayfield (@d_l_mayfield) March 26, 2020
8. A screaming match.
This is not good…
Rachel and I got into a legitimate screaming fight about how I chose to measure water to boil pasta https://t.co/CuB6OtD6d4
— julia (@wellheyitsjules) March 26, 2020
9. We might all be dead soon.
See what you started?
Whether we should give our son his birthday presents first thing in the morning or wait until dinner/birthday cake time.
Me: WE COULD ALL BE DEAD BY DINNER TIME!
Wife: FINE, WHY DON’T WE JUST HAVE CAKE FOR BREAKFAST, TOO!
— Michael Greenfield (@greenfieldmj) March 26, 2020
10. Didn’t end well.
Can you blame her for the laser sounds, though?
Him: Please stop playing laser sounds on Instagram during this video call I am on
the rest is, uh, history
— Caroline O’Donovan (@ceodonovan) March 26, 2020
11. Too much yogurt.
It’s all you’ll eat for quite a while.
not really a fight but we didn’t pay attention to how much yogurt we were ordering from instacart (this is my fault) and now our fridge is stocked full of yogurt. Like just a ridiculous amount of yogurt.
— Tim Baysinger (@tim_bays) March 26, 2020
12. Little brat.
I hope he got potatoes all over himself.
I threw a mashed potato spoon at my 21 year old son for insinuating that he made better life choices than me as evidenced by the fact that I was pregnant with him at his age.
— Esby Blake (@boozeandsweets) March 26, 2020
13. People are losing their minds.
And here’s the proof.
Exactly how high to fill the kiddie pool for the dogs.
“She can’t swim at that height!”
“If she swims, her nails will scratch the bottom and pop it!”
“HER NAILS WOULDN’T SCRATCH ANYTHING IF YOU TRIMMED THEM”
— Sarah Chovnick (@chovy_s) March 26, 2020
How are you holding up?
Are your roommates, family members, or partners driving you up the wall?
Tell us all about it in the comments.
We can’t wait to hear from you!