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Your Daily Dose of Laughter


Article by Hayley Hyer

Photography by New York Post

Laughter is one of the best medicines, and during this time of quarantine, we need laughter more than ever. Today, your dose of laughter comes from New York Post. This article, Bored-out-of-their-minds roommates stage hilarious quarantine photo shoots, highlights three women who had a little bit of fun with the things they found in their apartment. Maybe it will inspire you to do your own silly photoshoots at home with your family!

Three Brooklyn roommates are battling the coronavirus-lockdown doldrums with elaborately staged photo shoots inspired by nostalgic TV shows, silly costumes and classical art. The joyful pics, which poke fun at collective guilty pleasures in quarantine, such as junk food and wine, are making viewers’ days.

“We feel happier after we do a shoot,” Liz Devine, 38, a lifestyle and travel photographer who lives in a Ditmas Park three-bedroom, tells The Post.

She adds that she’s treating the whimsical portraits “like a job.”

“When we first started doing photo shoots, we thought it would be a fun, two-week project,” Devine says. “But every day the news gets worse and worse, especially in New York. We wanted to do something light and funny to take everyone’s mind off of it.”

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