This 10 second video somehow manages to read every single gay couple in coronavirus lockdown to absolute filth

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This 10-second TikTok video parodying gay couples in coronavirus lockdown has made us feel both seen and attacked at the same time.

The video was uploaded to the short-form video platform by Darren and Michael and is captioned: “Gays in quarantine.”

In the 10-second long clip, the couple bakes, cleans, pots plants, engages in some light decorating, works out, and drinks white wine.

In making the video, the couple essentially read every gay couple in coronavirus lockdown to absolute filth by making us realise that none of us are even remotely original.

Darren and Michael have been using TikTok in the best way in coronavirus lockdown.

To make the video even better, it is dubbed over with audio of Paul Rudd talking to himself – because why not? The full video can be seen here.

The couple have been using TikTok in the best possible way in coronavirus lockdown. In another video, they parody gay culture by referencing queer home essentials, such as jockstraps.

In another, they make us realise that even our plants are probably sick of us hanging around by now.

More than 1.5 million people around the world have now been diagnosed with coroanvirus and more than 100,000 have died as the pandemic continues to worsen.

COVID-19 is continuing to spread across the world.

There are now 65,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the UK alone, and almost 8,000 people have died.

This week, the UK government announced that lockdown measures would be extended and strengthened in an effort to slow the spread.

Speaking yesterday, foreign secretary Dominic Raab said the UK “must keep going” with lockdown measures. He warned that people who refuse to obey the measures could give it “a second chance to kill more people.”

Meanwhile, there are more than 470,000 cases in the United States alone, with New York continuing to be the worst hit. The state is now considered the epicentre of the pandemic.