WAKE US UP WHEN 2021 ENDS! 50 QUOTES THAT SUMMARIZE HOW EVERYONE FEELS ABOUT THE PAST YEAR

 

Not to be a dramatic AF, but to combine a global health crisis from coronavirus – which has claimed 2.5 million years of potential life in the US – the senseless deaths of several black men and women – Including George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Rashard Brooks, and Breonna Taylor – at the hands of police brutality and a swarm of giant hornets (also known as Murder Hornets) heading towards the US, and the result is the last 11 incredible months.

As if we had to defend 2019’s trash, even more, let’s not forget that this is also the year that beloved celebrities like Alex Trebek were killed; Chadwick Boseman; Naya Rivera; Ruth Bader Ginsberg; Kobe Bryant , his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna Gigi Bryant, and seven other people involved in the helicopter crash that killed the retired NBA star.

 

With this wild and wacky year almost behind us, check out these 50 fun quotes about 2021 that totally sum up how we felt about last year. These 2021 Quotes say it all.

 

50 funny quotes about 2021

 

2021 is a single leap year. It has 29 days in February, 300 days in March, and five years in April.

2021 is all Nic Cage movies without Nic Cage.

COVID written backward is DIVOC. What DIVOC What about 2021?

Social Distancing Day 7: Strike up a conversation with a spider today. Seems nice. He is a web designer.

If you think it is too small to be effective, you have never been to bed with a mosquito.

My life feels like a test I didn’t study for.

It is the first time in history that we can save the human race by lying down in front of the television and doing nothing. Let’s not screw this up.

If you had asked me what would be the hardest part of fighting a global pandemic, I would never have imagined ‘teaching math in elementary school’.

The only thing I gained in 2021 was weight.

If 2021 were a person, it would be Janice from Friends.

Until now, 2021 is like looking both ways before crossing the street and then getting hit by a plane.

‘I’m not exercising with a mask’ is my new favorite excuse not to exercise.

2021: Year of the oof.

All children who were taught common basic math are about to learn how to ‘wear one’ from their new homeschool teacher.

The coronavirus has turned us all into dogs: we roam around the house looking for food, they tell us ‘no’ if we get too close to strangers, and we get very excited about car rides and walks.

After all the stupid things I’ve done in my life, if I die because I touched my face, I’ll be pissed off.

‘He chewed too hard’ became the leading cause of divorce.

Due to the quarantine, I will only be telling jokes inside.

If someone offers you cash from a truck and says it is your stimulus check, you can accept it, but know that it is not the type of stimulus check you think it is.

Resilience is accepting your new reality, even if it is less good than the one you had before. You can fight that, you can do nothing but scream about what you have lost, or you can accept that and try to put together something that is good.

Welcome to homeschooling. His house has 847 pencils, but his son can never find one.

Look, 2021, I think I should start looking at other years.

I’m not saying I’m going to suck at my kids ‘homeschooling, but my daughter just asked,’ Dad, what’s a synonym? And I replied, ‘It’s a spice.’

Based on 2021 so far, I expect the Flying Monkeys from Wizard of Oz to appear at any time.

Not to brag, but I have been avoiding people since long before COVID ever appeared.

2021 was like, ‘I know a place and it took us to hell.

Can we uninstall 2021 and install it again? This version has a virus.

If they called it ‘the stay-at-home challenge’ and posted it on social media, things would be completely back to normal.

Has anyone tried to go to the beginning of 2019 and choose a different adventure?

My daughter saw me talking to myself. I told him to give me 30 minutes because I am at a parent-teacher conference. Follow me for more tips for parents.

The silver lining that 2021 is the worst year ever is that it will dramatically reduce the amount of ‘hindsight is 2022’ jokes next year.

2021 is the strictest parent I have ever had.

I chose an incredible time for not having learned to cook for the last 29 years.

I can change because of what happens to me, but I refuse to be reduced.

Look around you, see how lucky we are to be alive right now.

The great thing about homeschooling is that I can now add ‘I will fail you’ to my repertoire of empty threats to parents.

Don’t be afraid to start over. It is an opportunity to build something better this time.

I feel like a kindergarten kid who keeps missing recess time because a couple of kids can’t follow simple directions.

When the world is running low, you make the best of what is still out there.

2021 is like going to a wedding and finding a cash bar as a year.

My husband and I switched sides of the bed this weekend and that’s what we call ‘vacation’ now.

I wish the days of the week in underwear would continue to exist to know what the heck is this day of the week.

The best thing is to believe that I am clapping on the plane in the first place I go after the lockdown.

After years of swearing that I couldn’t clean my house because I didn’t have enough time, 2021 has shown that it may not have been the reason.

What does not kill us makes us stronger.

What day is it today

If there is one thing that scares me more than an apocalyptic end of the world, it is the possibility that if my children fail in homeschooling they will have to take it again.

I find him so mature that all the guys I was talking to are socially distancing themselves from me during this time. I really know how to choose a man.

My wife and I played this fun game during our quarantine. It’s called, ‘Why do you do it that way?’ There are no winners.

The year 2021 … Brought to you by the letters W, T, and F.

Updated: September 28, 2021 — 10:59 pm

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