Samuel L. Jackson coronavirus poem: 'Stay the F**k at Home'

Samuel L. Jackson coronavirus poem: 'Stay the F**k at Home'

"Stay the f**k at home". The Pulp Fiction actor joined Jimmy Kimmel on the Tuesday (March 31) episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live! to read aloud from a new children's book, Stay The F**k At Home. It's no time to work or roam.

'Sure, you can still see your friends, use the motherf***ing app on your phone, but unless you just ran out of groceries, please stay the f**k at home!'

Adding: 'If you want things to go back to normal, don't panic, just use your dome. "Wash your hands, stop touching your face and stay the fuck at home".

That's right folks, thanks to author Adam Mansbach, who wrote the instant children's classic Go the Fuck to Sleep, we now have the ideal curse-laden story for these shitty coronatimes. "Stay the fuck at home". Jackson told Kimmel Mandsbach had called him recently to discuss a sequel to the book, "something that would remind people of what social distancing and where we are in these times right now". But m****rf*****s listen when I read a poem.

Jackson appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live!-like the host, from the comfort of his own home-and talked about canceled plans to vacation in Italy and binge-watching Tiger King with his daughter.

In the eight minute clip you can catch below, Kimmel finds out how Jackson has been holding up in isolation and how he's been occupying his time. "Thank you for doing your part to flatten the curve, because that s*** is steep", read Jackson, "And now that you're home, please feel free to go the f*** to sleep".

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