It’s March Again, & It Has Been Darn Difficult For Netizens To Process It

It's March again
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It was March just yesterday, and it’s March again already. People on the internet are having a hard time processing how it will be a year to the day coronavirus was declared a pandemic on March 11, 2020, and how a global lockdown ensued as all of us retreated to our homes.

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The past one year of the pandemic has been devastating for the most part. It was a year marked with grief, loss, coping up with new protocols and the restrictions on the social interaction that made way for constrains on our emotional, physical and mental wellbeing. So much so that keeping track of the time has been one uphill task in the entire year.

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Source: MEME

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Now that the COVID-19 is about to complete its first trip around the Sun, netizens are sharing their too-close-to-home takes on the “how it’s March again” trend; all the while processing the catastrophic year.


Looking at the memes gives me hope that I’m not the only one feeling that way. Even though the year’s been emotionally draining and there’s a whole lotta processing to do, at least Twitter is there to provide some comic relief. Let’s have a look at some of the most on-point jokes to come out of the trend.

Just can’t keep up!

Jokes on us since we thought 2021 will bring the pandemic to an end.

Wait, what?

Even the tech giants are losing it.

All of us rn who couldn’t keep up with our travel plans. *cries out loud*

Time is nothing but a figment of our imagination….


Down the drain already!

An accurate pictorial representation of how the past year has been to most of us!

Where did a whole year go, seriously?

It is what it is! SMH!

Yes, it has been a year of major setbacks and lows mostly, but now is the time to hang on tight and practice gratitude for making it out safe after what’s been a hellish year!