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BERLIN, GERMANY - APRIL 02: Made-to-order protective face masks lie on an ironing board at the workshop of master tailor Ala Hadye on April 02, 2020 in Berlin, Germany. Hadye, who has had to close her shop due to nationwide measures enacted to slow the spread of the coronavirus, says she is making 30 to 40 masks per week on custom order from her customers. "I could be making masks all week," she said, but says she turns large orders down and concentrates instead on her core customers. "There are so many others making masks", she says of other tailors she knows. Since her shop is closed she sends the masks to her customers by post rather than having them come to the shop. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

2020 is half over, and it’s fair to say the world has changed A TON in these past six months.

So there’s a new trend on Twitter where people are answering the question:  What’s something you’ve said in the past six months that would make no sense to someone in 2019?  Here are some of the best responses . . .

1.  “They wouldn’t let me into the bank because I wasn’t wearing a mask.”


2.  “That was a beautiful Zoom wedding.”


3.  “You found Clorox wipes?  Someone wants to get laid.”


4.  “Just ate my 39th loaf of homemade bread and traded the 40th for some toilet paper.”


5.  “You’re invited to my daughter’s drive-by 10th birthday.”


6.  “I might preemptively homeschool in the fall because it’s going to happen next year anyway.”


7.  “I’m glad those murder hornets weren’t worse.”


8.  “Mom, dad, I don’t care what you heard on TV, please don’t inject yourselves with bleach.”