What did she get me through?
All the things. Everything. Corona, riots, all the things…
Who is Sarah Cooper?
She’s a writer, comedian author of a few books and basically a social media break-out star in the times of Coronavirus.
What does she do?
I mean she worked at Google and Yahoo and then got into comedy, and now she’s basically all over social media. I have had her forwarded to me no less than six times just today.
Why is she awesome?
She doesn’t give a sh–t and you can tell that immediately. But that said, all she does is lip-sync/Tik Tok various Trump and other speeches. What’s amazing is she basically becomes a Donald Trump. Her face, her mannerisms. She is freaking hysterical. This said, you have to see this to understand it.
She has a real knack for understanding the current zeitgeist of society and reflecting that. But what’s funniest is really that she’s not changing much. She’s not changing words or being disrespectful, she’s simply reflecting the voice in a way that adds another layer to it.
If you’re feeling down and just feel you need something different, watch her and follow her. Sarah Cooper is like who I want to be when I grow up.
Below I selected my absolute favorites from her. Watch her, follow her and you won’t be disappointed.
1) Should I Take Insulin?
2) She speaks about Manorities (yes spelled correctly)
3) Don’t hydrochloroquine
4) We are winning!
5) I actually love this take 2. Maybe I’m addicted
6) But yes, the original is funnier!
7) We do all the testing!
8) I honestly love her titles.
Maria Spanadoris an experienced online writer with a passion for general entertainment stories. As a Greek mom, Maria brings her unique perspective to her writing, infusing her work with warmth and humor. She has been writing online for over 20 years, starting her career at thecelebritycafe.com. Since then, Maria has honed her skills as a writer, developing a talent for crafting engaging and informative content that keeps her readers coming back for more. Whether she's covering the latest celebrity gossip or writing about her own experiences as a mom, Maria's writing is always relatable and engaging.