2020 has been a tough year in many ways, so it’s no surprise that people across the world are quite excited to finally say goodbye to it. With only a few more hours to go for 2021, social media has been flooded with memes and jokes from people hoping for a better year. Earlier this year, the coronavirus pandemic changed the way we live. A number of people started working from home and online classes replaced the traditional classroom setup. The coronavirus-induced lockdown also forced people to stay indoors for much of the time in a bid to reduce the spread of the highly contagious virus.
After an exhausting year, people are looking for some respite from the new normal in 2021. And on social media, memes are taking over as 2020 draws to a close. These memes provide some lighthearted relief as the world continues to battle the pandemic, and takes a comic look at all that happened this year.
Many people used memes to describe how they would be spending New Year’s Eve. Given that we are still in the midst of a pandemic, most plans involved staying indoors and sleeping.
Frnd: What’s ur plan for new year eve
— WEAR UR MASK😷 (@wtf_vella) December 31, 2020
me on new year’s eve: pic.twitter.com/hbQShyGVAX
— marty ♡ (@ughmartinaagain) December 30, 2020
— Indah (@ferarribieber) December 31, 2020
A look at how Twitter users are feeling about the upcoming year.
Everyone waiting Covid 20
for 2021 pic.twitter.com/7WeOSYmweO
— All India Memes (@allindiamemes) December 21, 2020
Everyone is hoping 2021 to be normal
Meanwhile 2021 waiting for everyone: pic.twitter.com/6Rt09wujmV
— Ritesh Guru (@engineerguruji0) December 31, 2020
As with every other year, people looked back at how they fared with their new year resolutions
That was Jan 2020 “resolution”
Jan 2021, God of mercy
Good morning ???? pic.twitter.com/0EDz6mBwzp
— Mitchell Brown (@iam_mitchell01) December 30, 2020
This year, food delivery platform Zomato also used memes to reveal some fun facts about how India ordered food in 2020.
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