Since the coronavirus outbreak, people have been compelled to practice social distancing–which means any kind of mass gathering isn’t allowed. Thus, people born in March have no choice but to celebrate their special day inside their houses by themselves or with their families.
Despite this house-bound situation, birthday celebrants are still allowed (and encouraged) to treat themselves. And in an effort to “seize the day”, people all over the world have been sharing the creative ways they celebrated their birthdays during this lockdown period.
Here are some of their quirky birthday posts:
Family dance party!
this is how you celebrate a quarantine birthday pic.twitter.com/Chv6tqsOGe
— Rach✨ (@rachhhh___) March 26, 2020
We agree, a birthday vlog would be memorable.
Sharing a #throwback birthday photo with your friends can be fun too.
A solo birthday party is a fantastic way to get over self-quarantine.
spending my birthday alone in quarantine and that’s ok pic.twitter.com/fx3YHhpZfF
— nope (@LilNasX) March 16, 2020
This would be perfect for K-Pop fans!
march 18, my birthday… even though i'll spend it alone and on quarantine i truly wish nothing but good health for everyone !! take care of yourselves and let's hope for things to get better ^_^
p.s. akmu dancing to 2ne1 because we all need it pic.twitter.com/fxO18WSbHw
— ✩ (@akmustars) March 18, 2020
Or create a weird new item just like Riverdale actress Vanessa Morgan, who seems very proud of her “Lysol” cake creation. OMG!
Here’s to more years to come. Happy birthday to all March celebrants!
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