It's a stressful time for all of us and we have to seek a welcome bit of light relief wherever we can find it. It's safe to presume that everyone is familiar with the Ireland Simpsons Fans Facebook group but there's another group that may be slipping under the radar.
Father Ted Feckposting is the Facebook group we all never realised we needed. Akin to the Simpsons fan page it's a mixture of Father Ted memes/quotes/scenes edited to rip the piss out of the news of the day or indeed just for a laugh. It's a little corner of wit and escapism in an internet of worry.
In more recent times, its members have of course been reacting to ongoing situation with the Coronavirus. Indeed David Kane has put a Ted spin on the guide to washing your hands.
While it didn't originate in the Feckposting group, DJ Alli B's Paddy's Day video has been shared into it umpteen times and is exactly the type of top quality content everyone is enjoying.
This one really took off.
Justin Lambourne is one of the admins and has been doing some top notch feckposting himself.
Of course, every now and then it throws up some actually good ideas. Like this from Will Bury.
The group has obviously way more feckposts than just those related to the coronavirus, with David Lowery putting together the type of cereal packaging we can all get behind.
While Luke Adams' effort also gave us a great laugh.
And finally, there are those rare moments when Ireland's two greatest Facebook groups blend into one. Thanks Cillian Ó Coileáin.
You can join the Father Ted Feckposting Facebook group here.