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The general mood of the country is captured in #LockdownIn5Words hashtag -- and the country is in a bad mood, but remains funny

It is a trite practice, but a revealing one at the same time. As hashtags go it seems a tad innocuous, but two things emerge when you scroll through the newer #LockdownIn5Words; you definitely get the sense of populace being fed up, and it is hilarious.


We are sensing a theme.

That feels almost TOO accurate.

Some also noted how there was a quiet shift in the narrative.


Yes, the politicians bore a brunt.


And, of course, we need to note the narcs.

Hey – who brought facts and statistics in here?! But this does cut to the foundation of all of this.

Our summation of it all:








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