Coronavirus: We all can relate to University of Oregon mascot’s stay-at-home video

Coronavirus: We all can relate to University of Oregon mascot’s stay-at-home video
The University of Oregon's mascot is also feeling a bit of cabin fever after the state's stay-at-home order. (Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

The stay-at-home order is not only affecting people. Even college mascots are feeling the strain during the coronavirus pandemic.

Since Oregon Gov. Kate Brown issued stay-at-home orders, the University of Oregon’s mascot has tried to comply. It’s been difficult, and the puckish Duck released a humorous video to which we all can relate.

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Titled “Day 14,” the video shows the mascot trading sign messages through a window with a neighbor in the house next door.

“I ran out of gummy bears,” the duck signals to his neighbor, who is apologetic.

The duck then writes that he has watched “Game of Thrones” six times, and “I have yet to put pants on."

The mascot then offers to do pushups for toilet paper.

“I love you,” the woman neighbor responds.