Already going crazy after only a few days into the quarantine? Check out the quarantine games some folks have posted onto social media to make the time fly by. All you need to do is search for #quarantinegames and you’ll find some good stuff (make sure your sound is on). Here are a few of our favorites.
Quarantine Games: Twitter
From sock monsters to quarantine tennis and insane pillow fights, these guys have gotten super creative.
We like @mouhoubi Lounes’ response to @gnuman1979’s sock puppet.
Love the following example of when a game of singles reaches new heights.
And below, a little something we like to call pillow fighting meets Marco Polo.
day 2 of the quarantine.. pic.twitter.com/SZ0FRwQj1s— MΦrρhιηε✮Drεαɱzz™ (@MorphineDreamzz) March 15, 2020
Quarantine Games: TikTok
While a lot of TikTok challenges are dangerous or disgusting (like licking a public toilet seat for the Coronaviris Challenge), people are jumping into the much safer (and fun) #FliptheSwitch challenge. To save time, here’s our favorite compilation.
Not to be left out is the Coronavirus Dance Challenge, where people take the Vietnamese handwashing song and create their own choreography.
But just searching #quarantinegames gets you some fun videos as well.
Quarantine Games: Facebook
Getting in on the act are Facebook users, who’ve started their own #quarantinegames.
One gaining attention sends these instructions:
(Even if it’s ugly)
Brighten my day with the 3rd picture in your camera roll. Don’t explain unless I ask you to, then re-post if you want. GO !!! #quarantinegames
And who can argue with photos that hit the feed looking as cute as the one above? We’re pretty sure that pup is smiling at the camera.
Another response to the same Facebook #quarantinegame had us cooking up other ideas to keep ourselves entertained.
This fellow’s #quarantinegames got us hungry.
And this YouTube post made its way onto Facebook (yep, there’s a lot of crossover on these platforms). The Facebook post claims the man featured in the video is a Kentucky principal. We kinda love that he’s looking out for “churdrins” and parents alike.
Have favorite #quarantinegames you’re participating in? Tell Parentology all about them on our Facebook page so we can share.