If COVID-19 were a YouTuber, it would be doing scarily well.
Just look at how viral it’s gone over the past year. In January, COVID-19 was just something quickly mentioned in the news cycle, like an advertisement for your neighborhood plumber. It came over on an airplane with hopes of taking over the world someday.
Suddenly in March, it became the talk of the town. COVID-19 quickly became a household name as it unknowingly began to achieve the American dream.
If COVID-19 were a YouTuber, it would be celebrating right now.
It would be posting an unboxing video of their certified YouTube Diamond Creator Award that commemorates them on getting 10 million subscribers in the United States — a major milestone for something that wasn’t even notable a year ago.
If COVID-19 were a YouTuber, it would be preparing for a special Thanksgiving video in hopes of increasing its following.
COVID-19 doesn’t want you to be safe this holiday season. It wants to continue to rack up high numbers. The video would provide tips for Thanksgiving, detailing the most unsafe ways to spend the holidays during the pandemic.
The first tip would be to gather in the largest group you can find. Dozens and dozens of people would need to be packed into one house.
The second tip would be to not wear masks, because you know what they say, "Viruses need days off too." The virus will be celebrating Thanksgiving as well, so need to worry about it.