Let us entertain you! People share the VERY creative ways in which they enjoy themselves in the isolation of the coronavirus – from ‘swimming’ down the hallway to playing Pac-Man with cars
- People all over the world are in isolation during the coronavirus pandemic
- But these photos prove that the spirits have not been tempered – or suppressed creativity
- Social media users have shared the creative ways in which they enjoy themselves
- One man pretended to ‘swim’ down the hall while another built a pillow fort
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Millions of people around the world are in isolation during the coronavirus pandemic – but these pictures prove that time at home has done nothing to quell their creativity.
Social media users in the UK, US and Europe have shared photos and videos of the hilarious ways they keep themselves busy while spending hours indoors.
A man, believed to be in New York, turned his bathroom into an improvised subway car so he could mimic his morning commute while another potential athlete, believed to be from Spain, pretended to ‘swim down his hallway’ “.
Others encouraged their entire family to join – with one creative grandparent who built a pillow fort for their grandchildren.
Family fun! A grandmother, presumably from the UK, built this pillow fort with her grandson and shared Instagram’s great results
Video Game Brought to Life: This viral video shows a man playing Pac-Man with cars outside
Continue his routine! This New Yorker turned his bathroom into a makeshift Subway car
Cheers to that! A man, presumably from Italy, has gone viral with this video in which he has himself roasted in the bathroom mirror. The video has been shared online thousands of times
Let it go! This Canadian woman can continue her passion for cosplay in self-isolation
Stay active! A man, believed to be from Spain, is ‘seen swimming’ down the hall
There he goes! Next on his list was a fast bike down the hall on a children’s tricycle
Eating through concerns: A number of people have posted about excessive eating at home
Keepy uppies! British football freestyler and BBC presenter Liv Cooke shows off her skills
High level stunts: these men, from an unknown location, played tennis between the windows