At 3:21 a.m. on March 29, yet another earthquake struck near Montreal.\nThe actual earthquake is fascinating on its own, but Montrealers' reactions to it on Twitter are the cherry on top.\nRead some of the city's locals' tweets about the earthquake below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nA magnitude 3.6 earthquake struck near Montreal early on the morning of March 29, 2020. According to the Government of Canada's official website, it hit at exactly 03:21:04 EDT. Although it struck 39 km NNE of Montreal, many of the city's locals seemed to have truly felt it — and took to Twitter to share their experience of it.\nThis earthquake is the second one to strike near Montreal in March 2020. And oddly, the two of them struck at nearly the same time, 3:21 a.m. on March 29 and 3:22 a.m. on March 6.\nTechnically, since the one on March 6 occurred before Daylight Savings Time, they were actually an hour time difference.\nBut, it's still a spooky thought to consider that the Earth may just enjoy shaking things up in Montreal at the same time every now and again.\nDid you feel it? If so, make sure to fill out the Government of Canada's questionnaire about it, which helps them gain data about this occurrence.\nBelow, you'll be able to read some locals' reactions on Twitter about the "Montreal earthquake" of March 29, 2020!\nBelieve me when I say this is the comedic relief we all needed right now.\nFor one individual, it helped make their birthday a little extra special.\nIt's my birthday! It was announced around 3 am as an earthquake here in Montreal. A 3.3 earthquake.* I like to make an entrance 🥳— Canada's Witch (@Scareesheree) March 29, 2020\nSince Montreal and its surrounding areas have already felt a shake or two this year, some locals have simply gotten used to it.\nIt’s just the usual Montreal Sunday night earthquake, get used to it.— LuisSo (@LuisSocorro2) March 29, 2020\nSome people in the city seem to be immune to earthquakes, and just mistake them for other things...\nI thought that was someone farting next to me. I obviously grew up in Vancouver the land of real earthquakes. #earthquake #Montreal #montrealearthquake pic.twitter.com/X1l17oaslC— TWATWATER (@TWATWATER2) March 29, 2020\nOn the note of reoccurring earthquakes in the nearby Montreal area, one person believes we must have "finally pissed off old earth gods or something."\nNot a dramatic one at 3.6 But Montreal just had its second earthquake a month apart at the same time 3 am in the morning !!?We must have finally pissed off old earth gods or something. A pic of our cats to bring a few smiles #SundayMorning #Covid_19 #CatsOfTwitter #TrumpGenocide pic.twitter.com/RT0JwlKoy9— sManthaAndTheFever (@and_mantha) March 29, 2020\nAnd it seems they weren't the only ones who thought we were receiving a little message from the Earth.\nOK we get it Earth. No need to throw in an earthquake. 3am in Montreal... pic.twitter.com/28cuSS2z44— AJ (@AJTurf) March 29, 2020\nFirst, we have another #earthquake in Montreal with 3.6? pic.twitter.com/uvAvQZHUYA— Anthony the fallen person (@blackevil915) March 29, 2020\nBuckle up, folks.\nSome people are just downright over these earthquakes.\nReally montreal?? Again? #earthquake— Booboo Kitty (@CSBBB) March 29, 2020\nWhile for others, it simply disrupted their sleep.\nFirst time I experienced waking up to a earthquake at 3 am. #montreal— John Wayne Makdessi (@JohnMakdessi) March 29, 2020\nIt may have frightened some, but others seem to be straight-up fans of these earthquakes.\nI love a Montreal earthquake!! https://t.co/WRvGnTRgCZ— Joshua Hind (@joshuahind) March 29, 2020\nThis earthquake even seems to have made one person miss Montreal a little extra.\nTHERE ARE EARTHQUAKES IN MONTREAL??? WITHOUT ME ??????????— insecure and promiscuous (@b4bylychee) March 29, 2020\nWhile others are asking the Earth to chill a little — since we've got a lot on our plate right now.\nOk, Montreal, we got enough to worry about already can you please tone it down on the earthquakes that'd be great— 🌷Kwarantined Kush🌷 (@MelodyKush) March 29, 2020\nA fair request, if you ask me.\nIf you see frogs coming down from the sky later today, this individual may have been onto something...\nWe have an earthquake to go with the plague here in #Montreal it's going to rain frogs later and I'm keeping my eyes peeled for locusts.— email@example.com (@tripgore) March 29, 2020\nOne pointed out that it may be time to cancel their subscription for The Year 2020.\nDay 89 of The Year 2020. Two earthquakes in the month of March in Montreal. A world gripped by the pandemic of #Covid_19 🦠 So ready to cancel my subscription of 2020. 😂🙏🏻 pic.twitter.com/sq3bVhOZKZ— Panagiota Petrakos (@PamPetrakos) March 29, 2020\nAnd the same type of energy seeped into the tweet below.\nSo half the world dying cuz of this Corona business and now Montreal wanna have a damn earthquake at 3am... I need a word with God cuz this deadass not the 2020 I ordered. Lemme speak to the damn manager— 4th👁 (@4th_LJE) March 29, 2020\nI hope these locals' tweets provided you with a little comedic relief during this strange time — they definitely did for me.\nStay safe, Montreal!