2020 has been a tough year for everyone, but we must keep on fighting like Frodo and Sam until we get our hands on that Pfizer vaccine, and WHO officially declares coronavirus eradicated, like they declared smallpox so in 1979. Until that day comes, here are the funniest Lord of the Rings coronavirus memes. Upvoted by everyone on the internet as well as in Middle-earth, they’re sure to cheer you up. Take a look.
Senior shopping hours help
Masks help. Gandalf’s staff helps.
Love life during COVID-19 is nonexistent
Making love has never been more challenging.
I’ve sanitized my body with vodka
Drink responsibly during the pandemic and drink alone
1 second away from death
The CDC recommends that you wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
My dog is my biggest emotional support
He’s a therapy dog for one.
Coming up: More coronavirus memes
In case you’re wondering, Frodo and Sam are eating Lembas wrapped in leaves. Also called Elven bread or waybread, it’s a special travel food made by the Elves. You can find the recipe on Tea with Tolkien.
It’s LOTR marathon time
It takes 11.2 hours (11 hours and 12 minutes) to watch the “Lord of the Rings” trilogy: “The Fellowship of the Ring”: 3.4 hours; “The Two Towers”: 3.7 hours, and; “The Return of the King”: 4.1 hours.
The Parent Trap 2020: Trapped at home with parents
Or the face of my crush.
When you pass the test without even studying
This wasn’t supposed to happen
[inner panic attack]
Run for your life!
Toilet paper’s never been more relevant
At least he’s got enough toilet paper
Anyone up for “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” rewatch?
Me watching from my studio videos of celebs “staying home” by the poolside
Ghana’s dancing pallbearers are oddly cheering
The pallbearers’ flamboyant coffin-carrying dances supposedly lift the mood at funerals.
Hey roomie, you forgot your mask
Boromir: They took the little ones!
Gollum: The master of self-isolation
Take it slow, will ya?
Is it my turn for the vaccine yet?
Which one is your favorite LOTR coronavirus meme? Tell us in the comments below!