So you’ve been fully vaccinated and now you’re ready to resume your pre-pandemic life, right?

Not so fast, bucko. Even though you might be vaccinated against COVID-19, a hilarious new Twitter meme points out that there are still limits to what you can do.

As Twitter user Noah Pasarán noted, being vaccinated “does not mean you can invite your friend over for a cask of amontillado sherry, while secretly planning to entomb him within your basement in revenge for a perceived slight.”

hey PSA: being vaccinated does NOT mean you can invite your friend over for a cask of amontillado sherry, while secretly planning to entomb him within your basement in revenge for a perceived slight

— noah pasarán (@noahpsychs) April 7, 2021

Got that?

Good.

Pasarán’s hilariously helpful tweet inspired others to offer suggestions on what shouldn’t be done even after getting vaccinated.

being vaccinated does NOT mean you can travel to sweden with your boyfriend and his friends to attend one of his friends' rural hometown's fabled midsummer festival

— jonny sun’s new book comes out april 20! (@jonnysun) April 7, 2021

being vaccinated does NOT mean you can leave your advertising job without telling anyone, go to a meditation retreat, confess all your sins to your work wife, and then create an iconic Coca Cola ad. i can’t believe i have to say this

— Ian Phillips (@IanReelDeal) April 8, 2021

being vaccinated does NOT mean you can move to a tiny, rainy city and meet the love of your life who just so happens to be a supernatural being and then marry him just to get pregnant with a half vampire child and have to be turned into one yourself while giving birth

— sai (@Saisailu97) April 8, 2021

being vaccinated does NOT mean you can open a prehistoric theme park with real dinosaurs cloned from dino DNA at no expense spared and expect nothing will go very wrong, putting your grandkids at risk and getting others killed, all because you cheaped out on Newman from Seinfeld

— Corey Atad (@CoreyAtad) April 8, 2021

Being vaccinated does NOT mean you can throw the biggest rager of the semester at your gender-inclusive frat after a series of campus-wide protests & events & then let George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic take the stage once their bus gets lost on the way to their original gig.

— Caroline Rothstein (@cerothstein) April 8, 2021

Being vaccinated does NOT mean you can host a massive party in the woods with your buddies and a bunch of small, murderous bears after bringing down the Empire. Be SAFE!!! https://t.co/1cem4NkhT1

— ohcatrina (she/they) (@ohcatrina) April 7, 2021

Being vaccinated does NOT mean you can host a meeting in Rivendell to bring together different races to destroy a ring of enormous power. Please be smart. https://t.co/C9SiNF1S1F

— connie (@ConStar24) April 7, 2021

Being vaccinated does NOT mean you can steal the Declaration of Independence in order to check it for clues in your relentless search to find a hidden treasure worth millions. https://t.co/HiUTcNlrbd

— Josh Silverman (@JoshMSilverman) April 8, 2021

Being vaccinated does NOT mean you can spend fourth of July weekend on a boat with two of your closest friends hunting a giant 25 foot shark that’s been terrorizing your local New England beach community. Be smart.

— Frank Pallotta (@frankpallotta) April 8, 2021

Being vaccinated does NOT mean you can join your college a cappella group and challenge their stale rep choices with mashups that revitalize your set and lead you to beat your rivals the Treblemakers at ICCA finals.

— Rob Dietz (@rdietz55) April 8, 2021

Being vaccinated does NOT mean you can sail the seas with your crew Ishmael, Queequeg & Starbuck offering a doubloon to whomever first sights the terrible white whale which bit off your leg, bent on destroying it even if doing so fulfills a prophecy which leads to your own death.

— Mikel Jollett (@Mikel_Jollett) April 8, 2021

being vaccinated does NOT mean you can invite a series of candy emissaries from distant lands to perform native folk dances under the benevolent eye of your sugarplum queen, come ON people let's be smart here

— Chloe Angyal (@ChloeAngyal) April 7, 2021

Being vaccinated does NOT mean you can fall in love with a QB prospect who started for one year at North Carolina and underperformed his predecessor, then spend a top-two pick on him while multiple future franchise QBs remain on the board, all because your man “looks the part”

— Alex Kirshner (@alex_kirshner) April 8, 2021

Being vaccinated does NOT mean you can travel across disparate dimensions to find Laura Palmer decades in the past before she enters the woods to be murdered by her father who’s possessed by the demon entity BOB. It is the year 2021. Do not ask “What year is it”

— dom nero (@dominicknero) April 8, 2021 Download Calling all HuffPost superfans! Sign up for membership to become a founding member and help shape HuffPost’s next chapter Join HuffPost

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