We're in the middle of a pandemic, a revolution to fight police brutality and systemic racism, mysterious fireworks are going off every night in major cities, we all somehow forgot about murder hornets, and aliens are probably very real. And don't forget all the celebrities who have canceled themselves in quarantine with bad takes and black-and-white filtered cover songs...it's hard to keep up.
If you had told us 3 months ago that by June we couldn't leave our homes without a mask and you had to stay six feet away from everyone you know while we all reallocate our unemployment money to donate to worthy causes, we probably would've tried to find a time machine. However, despite forgetting what it's like to wear pants and see our friends and family away from Zoom, most of us still haven't yet lost our sense of humor. Twitter is full of conspiracy theorists, trolls, and problematic opinions but it still thrives with its most crucial content: jokes.