9 Way Too Relatable TikToks That Perfectly Capture Our Lives In Quebec Lockdown

From sprinting home at 7:59 p.m. to destructive DIYs, we're all just trying to get by.
9 Way Too Relatable TikToks That Perfectly Capture Our Lives In Quebec Lockdown

We just hit the two-week mark of the province's stricter COVID-19 lockdown. With public and private gatherings prohibited, it's safe to say most of us are going stir-crazy — and these TikToks perfectly capture the experience of being a Quebecer in lockdown

No, watching these videos won't erase the curfew or reopen non-essential businesses. But it feels damn good to laugh because, man, we can relate! 

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When you spend endless hours browsing wild (and sometimes gross) items for sale on Kijiji because there's nothing else to do

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When you're stuck in an apartment during a pandemic with super messy roommates you can't stand

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When you sprint home at 7:59 p.m. to avoid a $1,000 minimum fine for being out past curfew in Quebec

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When you start a DIY home renovation project during lockdown and ruin your home as a result

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When you prank local Quebec businesses for some much-needed juvenile fun

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When you spend time outdoors on a mild winter day in Quebec, making sure to film your daily TikTok

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When you take up pole dancing because all the gyms are closed and pretend you're J-Lo in Hustlers

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When you're jealous of elderly Quebecers living their best lives after getting the first doses of the vaccine

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When you tell your roomies you're super swamped working from home and then getting caught yelling at a pre-teen in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds   

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