Schwarzenegger isn't the only celebrity pleading for people to stay home. The "gymnasium", as he calls it?
Sitting at his kitchen table with a pony under one arm and a donkey under the other, The Terminator star addressed the world. "Listen to the experts, ignore the morons". Governors in Washington, Illinois, Massachusetts and OH also instituted similar regulations while New York City officials announced the closure of bars, restaurants and schools on Sunday.
Schwarzenegger references the importance of listening to the advice in his video, "especially when you are 72-years-old!" No one is allowed out. After you're 65, you're not allowed out of the house any more in California. We just eat with Whisky and with Lulu. "We don't go out, we don't go to the restaurants, we don't do anything like that", explained Schwarzenegger. "We just eat with Whisky and Lulu have a good time and be entertained and we have a good time eating here together!". We don't go out. My heart goes out to her and all those who have tested positive so far; here's hoping we can all flatten the curve and prevent the further spread of this thing before it gets worse. We don't do anything like that anymore here. "And Whiskey and Lulu". "So much more fun than going outside".
Watch below and you'll feel immediately at home with the gang beside his cabinet of knick knacks. The clip has excellent replay potential which makes saying "Hasta la vista, baby" to Arnold's happy home very hard.
"No more restaurants, OK?" he said in his video, patting his friends.
Well, he does lean into his role as a pet parent quite hard to the enjoyment of the internet's collective minds.
"I don't even know what's happening, but Arnie has miniature donkeys named Whiskey and Lulu, and he's wearing a terminator t-shirt while feeding them carrots?"
All of us right now. I'm hanging at home with my dogs.
"No biting, OK? You've got to get along because we're in very small quarters here". "Trust me, I talked to God - she said we're gonna be ok".
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