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Guardian readers: the 10 funniest things (on the internet) this past year – according to you! | Culture


1. Mask, Gloves, Soap, Scrubs by Todrick Hall

Todrick Hall’s Covid cover of his own song, Nails, Hair, Hips, Heels comes front of mind. – ChrisR22

Dance now.

2. This song about feelings

This music teacher, coping with online learning by writing a song about her thoughts. – helenholmes

So moving, so relatable!

3. #ConductorCam

Broadway actor Rob McClure’s truly delicious “conductor” series. Warning: number 12 is physically painful for musicians. And yes, it’s “proper” conducting. Start with episode one, below, then see all the rest here. – PeterFyfe

Rob McClure
(@RobMcClure)

Ladies and Gentleman…I give you the world premier of an ongoing series I’m calling… #conductorcam🎼#quarantinelife #werefinehere pic.twitter.com/7j9f6Mvpkn


May 4, 2020

4. This cartoon by Nathan W Pyle

OK, it was tweeted in 2019 but it brings the world two new terms: “rollsuck” and “foot fabric”. And for those who were stuck in our homes in lockdown for so long observing the filth, it just seems so appropriate to 2020. –@TomJohnstone


Nathan W. Pyle
(@nathanwpyle)

https://t.co/WcqCOljAIJ pic.twitter.com/Zo7yL1Ay81


March 28, 2019

5. This child, who is going places

… just not to the pub. – Maize99

But she’s SIX!

6. This coronavirus version of Torn

This version by Jayesslee …

So I’m kind of scared of being here …

… which is a cover of this cover by Kathy Mak of Torn by Natalie Imbruglia (which is itself a cover). SparkyThe Dog

… there’s lots of talking, lots of breathing without protective gear …

7. Covid dog cough

This I did laugh at so it was good to know that I wasn’t actually dead after all. – Pallster

The dog is smart

8. Christian Hull guessing paint colours

By far the funniest thing I’ve seen all year. – Not_Seebo

Not quite watching paint dry.

My go-to cheer me up. Best belly laugh of 2020. – zinrie

10. The Chaser’s take on contact tracing

– sammy189

They are world class, honestly





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