It’s no secret what a monumental disaster this year has been, what with seemingly every single aspect of life as we all knew it before the coronavirus being upended to the possible point of no return. The media cycle has been dominated by bad news that is not only COVID-related, either, as a parade of legends and icons have been taken away from an unforgiving world navigating unprecedented times.
Considering the fact that it’s unclear when all of that doom and gloom will be removed from the equation to restore some semblance of normalcy, it’s important to maintain a sense of humor. And nowhere better in the year 2020 can someone go to get some quick laughs than on the internet.
Social media, in particular, has been the source of some valuable comedic relief as users commiserate with each other about having their plans for 2020 get abruptly stopped in their tracks.
Whoever started the brilliant trend of comparing “my plans” for 2020 to what has actually unfolded as the year progresses deserves the equivalent of a social media Pulitzer prize for opening a constructive can of worms that users have been adding on to with their own contributions of ingenuitive memes.
As such, we have compiled the Blackest “my plans vs. 2020” memes to poke fun at how terrible the year has been in so many ways. Scroll down to find 20 of the best “my plans vs. 2020” memes and enjoy a laugh or two or more while we all keep our fingers crossed that things get better soon and the next social media challenge can be a little more positive.
In the meantime, enjoy!
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