The Best ‘Imagine Explaining 2020 To People Living In 2019’ Memes
As we all know, 2020 has been an absolute shitshow of a year. Some would call it unprecedented times. Yep, there’s that word again, sorry.
We don’t need to list off everything bad happening in the world. Chances are that you’re aware of all of it and it has consumed your life constantly for the last year. From Australia’s devastating bushfires to the global coronavirus pandemic, it’s been a crazy 12 months.
Sometimes, in all the doom and gloom it’s important to try and have a laugh, even if it’s just for a minute.
The good people of Twitter have been sharing a meme titled “Imagine explaining these things from 2020 to people living in 2019” and it does the perfect job in encapsulating how truly bonkers this year has been.
We’ve rounded up some of the best memes/tweets below:
Imagine showing this tweet to yourself a year ago and explaining "oh no, the masks aren't because the sky is orange, that's for a different thing." https://t.co/nnqoOBk3uM
— Meredith Haggerty (@manymanywords) September 9, 2020
imagine explaining this tweet to someone from last year https://t.co/GISIV1yGPx
— Fred Delicious (@Fred_Delicious) April 25, 2020
Imagine trying to explain to a time traveler from the 90’s what is happening in this picture pic.twitter.com/rWL0Yxtjee
— influencersinthewild (@influencersitw) August 4, 2020
Imagine explaining this tweet to someone in February https://t.co/fQSS31NDTC
— Zach Buchta (@zachbuchta) July 1, 2020
imagine explaining this tweet to someone 6 months ago. https://t.co/RInpu1DTw8
— Zach Cramer (@zacramer) May 16, 2020
imagine explaining this headline to someone last september pic.twitter.com/vqpnOvy46E
— the teflon don (@sharkweec) September 10, 2020
Imagine showing this to someone in 2019 https://t.co/osQUO8G4t8
— Ramp Capital (@RampCapitalLLC) June 23, 2020
Imagine waking up from a coma & reading this headline. https://t.co/lPHvbNf41K
— Roxi Horror 💀🌸 (@roxiqt) May 15, 2020
imagine reading this tweet out of context in February https://t.co/HIHM1yA31b
— Michelle Ghoussoub (@MichelleGhsoub) September 11, 2020
Imagine going back to 2019 and trying to explain this to people https://t.co/pTBRx5q9rB
— gigabear (@2170cell) August 22, 2020
We truly were so naive in 2019. Those were the days.