As one of the most important sea routes “Suez Canal” got blocked because of the grounding of MV EVER GIVEN, the online world has been bustling with the news and repercussions the jam has created.
As of Thursday, March 25, project44’s tracking showed 47 container vessels representing 540,716 TEUs vessel capacity currently impacted, a 42.5 per cent increase over the 379,200 TEUs reported yesterday. Moreover, according to the reports, it might take a week’s time to free the container ship.
While this is a very serious crisis, it didn’t stop netizens from flooding the social media platforms with memes and jokes.
Here we go with some amazing ones from Twitter:
An ambitious plan to free the boat is to push a huge cotton swab up the canal
My ambitious plan to free the boat is to push a huge cotton swab up the canal pic.twitter.com/ZnY4ehu8fx
— Karl Sharro (@KarlreMarks) March 25, 2021
Any pokemon fans here?
the boat is stuck in the suez canal like pic.twitter.com/1OWQ9BmETJ
— Out of Context Pokemon (@OoCPokemon) March 26, 2021
One huge ship is enough
good morning to the Suez Canel boat only pic.twitter.com/JAFbcSQOfN
— Rachel ✨ (@vviolet55) March 24, 2021
Should your ship Wikipedia link turn blue?
Unfortunately, no one told Mærsk? pic.twitter.com/Ik1Qvrluw8
— Sans Incisor (@SansIncisor) March 26, 2021
Cat didn’t work, time for a dog
— Bernie Blackburn (@bernieblac) March 25, 2021
Uh yeah, about that…
— Peace to Jews and Arabs 🇦🇪🇮🇱🇧🇭🕊️ (@UAE_YOT2019) March 25, 2021
Treat for pirates?
Ships: coming around the cape of good hope
— Panch0V (@Panch0V) March 25, 2021
Not a solution, but just for fun
we should flood the suez canal with giant rubber ducks. it won’t help at all, I just like the idea of it pic.twitter.com/ug2YNZZkfR
— visa is almost done with @introspectVV (@visakanv) March 26, 2021