It didn't take long for memes to start appearing online! 🤣
If you felt a tremble this morning, you're not the only one! A 3.8 magnitude earthquake shook Montreal on Monday and there are already memes to prove it.
Earthquakes Canada confirmed that the seismic event occurred at around 7 a.m. in the Joliette region of Quebec.
EARTHQUAKE Mag=3.8 on 17 May at 07:03 EDT. Details : https://t.co/QcQ1H0Rkdh 34 km WSW of Sorel-Tracy, QC— Earthquakes Canada (@Earthquakes Canada) 1621250329.0
While the agency said there are "no reports of damage," it said trembles were felt as far as Montreal and Repentigny.
Shortly after the earthquake occurred, residents of different regions of Quebec took to social media to share their experiences of the tremble.
#earthquake in #montreal & #laval When you gotta woke up from #earthquake instead of morning Alarm... https://t.co/CD6ln2OdTm— Ajeet Kumar (@Ajeet Kumar) 1621250908.0
Within minutes, Twitter users were already sharing light-hearted memes about the event, joking that they'd been woken up by the light shaking.
We will rebuild. #earthquake #Montreal https://t.co/aD1tr0nGvD— Christine Spadafora (@Christine Spadafora) 1621251428.0
“I feel the earth move under my feet...” 🎶 (How I woke up today...) #Earthquake #Montreal https://t.co/17yaqNUBhw https://t.co/dBDrg5NOBo— Rachelle Fox (@Rachelle Fox) 1621250571.0
Earthquakes Canada asks anybody who experienced the earthquake to report it via their official website, so the federal agency can track how far away the tremble was felt.