In the midst of the chaos that is social distancing and quarantining, Fifth Harmony is making a surprising comeback. However, it isn’t for the reason you think.
No, the female girl group is not getting back together. But they are making a comeback online with a hilarious compilation of memes-simply because:
“You don’t gotta go to work, work, work…”
The 2016 smash single “Work From Home” is making its rounds on social media to help bring some much needed laughter and positivity during this tough time. With more companies encouraging employees to stay at home, this really is the perfect quarantine soundtrack!
And the memes are even more fitting for what we really need right now.
When Fifth Harmony said, “we can work from home” the coronavirus felt that. They really were ahead of our time.
So have the women of Fifth Harmony, if you catch my drift. *wink*
These balcony videos from Italy keep getting better and better each day!
LOL the irony of this post still makes me laugh.
For real though, they’re all about to have some Oprah dollars. Well, maybe what Oprah makes in five hours.
This is something I can stand behind, to be honest.
And we’re here partying from home like it’s 2016 all over again.
I’m not even mad, it’s not like we’ve had any bangers in 2020 so far. This song still slaps.
I’d be like, turn this up my good sir!
This will be my happy dance when I’m allowed to work from home. Mark my words.
Except, I don’t think we’ll be making millions of dollars like they did. Or find some hot ass men.
Personally, I thought Don’t Stand (So Close To Me) by the Police would have been. But I’m still not complaining.
Finally, something we can all agree on for once in this world.
If you don’t believe in the power of Twitter, then check out some other stats because this song has re-entered the US iTunes and Billboard Hot 100 charts.
I think it’s common knowledge that we all should work from home if at all possible. As for me, I’m just trying to work from home the way Fifth Harmony implied… if you catch my drift.
Regardless, at least the song was able to provide some laughter in such a dark and serious time.
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