"Every drawer has to be opened and rummaged through, every package shaken and moved," he writes.
"This can go on for 30 minutes to an hour. Then, I'll wander in, and what have they got? A friggin' glass of ice water or a peanut butter sandwich."
If that's not relatable enough, there's the woman who is tired of people telling her to learn a new skill in isolation.
"I've spent the past week lying on my parents' couch, stressed about about the intersection of mundane tragedy and viral mortality," she admits.
Same, to be honest.
The stories were made available in a Google document and each viewer is charged $1 to read through the all-too-relatable tales.
So far, $7,686 has been raised with donations going towards food banks, women's charities and soup kitchens across the United States to help in the fight against COVID-19.
From parents who just won't adhere to social distancing rules (seriously, heading out for avocados is not essential travel) to the boyfriend who finally committed after months of pestering from his partner (all it took was a global pandemic, no biggie) - the tales are sure to make you feel less alone.