Websites, memes pop up mocking the Ever Given blocking the Suez Canal

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The plight of the unfortunate container ship that has blocked the Suez Canal has provided amusement for millions online, as the global chaos sparked by the incident continues to have massive financial impact around the globe.
While progress has been made on moving the ship, with the Ever Given being shifted 30m overnight, it remains fixed in place.
The bizarre blockage has been celebrated across the internet.
Several websites have popped up offering their own stance on the issue - with one giving users the chance to try and move the ship with Suez Canal Bulldozer (spoiler alert - you won't have much luck).
You can also find out if the ship is still stuck at the helpful website istheshipstillstuck.com
And if you want to see how the massive ship would look if it was stuck at other places around the world.
Helen's not going to be very happy about this... pic.twitter.com/0q75DIVQ78— Josh Couch (@JoshCouchNZ) March 28, 2021
Hard to know how the ship even got into Lake Taupo in the first place... pic.twitter.com/W8Quc1bkUY— Dylan Reeve (@DylanReeve) March 28, 2021
The incident is also being celebrated in meme-form, with many seeing themselves in a photo of the plucky digger working away at the base of the massive vessel.
me just trying my best pic.twitter.com/s1ESpPs0KY— Kim Bhasin (@KimBhasin) March 25, 2021
Today’s Comic: We are all, in our own little way, that ship. pic.twitter.com/GVDjLxzErX— Chaz Hutton (@chazhutton) March 24, 2021
This is my favourite meme format in a long time pic.twitter.com/p7XOuC43PU— Ben Harris-Roxas (@ben_hr) March 24, 2021
My ambitious plan to free the boat is to push a huge cotton swab up the canal pic.twitter.com/ZnY4ehu8fx— Karl Sharro (@KarlreMarks) March 25, 2021

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