Author Topic: Is it selfish to not socially distance yourself?  (Read 7773 times)

icehaven

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Re: Is it selfish to not socially distance yourself?
« Reply #240 on: March 24, 2020, 02:11:15 AM »
I'm on a near empty bus on the way home and a man has just got on and is now standing right by the door so everyone getting on or off will have to squeeze past him. I've taken a photo of standing there with all the empty seats behind him and if he's still there when I have to get off I'm going to cough right in his thick fucking face.

My boss rang me about an hour after the big announcement tonight and said we're not to go in until further notice, so that's a relief. Tbh if I drove I'd be prepared to go in a day a week or something just to get some books and puzzles etc. out to the wings, but I have to get the bus and I don't think my job counts as 'absolutely necessary' either so I'd probably get nicked, ironically.

Re: Is it selfish to not socially distance yourself?
« Reply #241 on: March 24, 2020, 06:38:46 AM »
Just a regular reminder that I was calling for lockdown weeks ago before it was cool. Cheers. Hope you get it now.

Edit: not COVID-19.

Now you know what it felt like when I predicted England would win the world cup.

Re: Is it selfish to not socially distance yourself?
« Reply #242 on: March 25, 2020, 06:45:36 PM »
I just totally forgot about this. We have a communal bike shed at the side of the building and I wanted to check the tyres on my bike as they both seem to have a slow puncture. When I got there my neighbours (new neighbours first time I met them) were in there doing some thing with their bike. Didn't think anything of it, went right in there next to them to check my bike. When I finished they had left the bike shed and were standing away from it. Hmm, bit odd I thought to myself. Halfway up the stairs I realised what I had done... apologised. But there is no way back from that.

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