What does the quaranfifteen mean?

Weight gained during COVID-19 quarantine

If someone says they've put on the quaranfifteen, it means they've gained weight during the COVID-19 pandemic. A mash-up of "quarantine" and "freshman fifteen," the term quaranfifteen is most likely to be used (and the weight is most likely to be gained) by those stuck in a rona-related quarantine or adhering to social distancing guidelines.

Because exercising became much harder during the COVID-19 pandemic, and because stress eating became much easier to justify, many people (especially those who began WFH and gained 24/7 access to their snack cabinet) gained weight during the crisis. The Internet quickly settled on the term "quaranfifteen" to describe this phenomenon, after briefly flirting with the term COVID-15.


Learning how to bake bread was a double-edged sword ... my weekly sourdough's definitely contributed to my quaranfifteen
Baking out of boredom can also lead to the quaranfifteen
Baking out of boredom can also lead to the quaranfifteen

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Updated December 24, 2020

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