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Re: The Plague, 2020

Reply #4260

Me too. I'd like it more if our enemy of the people government had put in place the measures to get us back to a functioning society, without having killed so many people, or without going to kill so many people.

I tend to reverse my car into the drive, I'm imagining you go in nose first?

I don't have a drive but I do reverse my car into the garage. That's not so I can make a quick getaway, it's because I don't trust my wife not back into someone when she's leaving.
They don't think it be like it is, but it do



Re: The Plague, 2020

Reply #4263
Please do, it gave me a headache looking at it.

I think it said if it’s sunny the virus doesn’t live on surfaces for long.

Pretty much. Basically, go to the beach or go sit in a beer garden all you want, just don't lick the bus seats on the way and don't sit on any strangers' laps while you're there.
They don't think it be like it is, but it do

Re: The Plague, 2020

Reply #4264
Pretty much. Basically, go to the beach or go sit in a beer garden all you want, just don't lick the bus seats on the way and don't sit on any strangers' laps while you're there.
 
 It doesn't say those things.

Sheesh.
I'm a fcuking idiot. Clearly.

Re: The Plague, 2020

Reply #4265

 It doesn't say those things.

Sheesh.

Fine. You can sit on strangers' laps, but make sure you're wearing a mask.
They don't think it be like it is, but it do

Re: The Plague, 2020

Reply #4266
Pretty much. Basically, go to the beach or go sit in a beer garden all you want, just don't lick the bus seats on the way and don't sit on any strangers' laps while you're there.

Depends on whether the stranger is worth the risk, Shirley?


Re: The Plague, 2020

Reply #4268
I once sat on Christian Slater's lap, as Mackenzie Crook and Frances Barber looked on.

No one was wearing a mask, it was 2004 after all.



Re: The Plague, 2020

Reply #4271
I tend to reverse my car into the drive, I'm imagining you go in nose first?

If you're using your reversing as a metaphor for a sane and rational approach then talkback has peaked, you must hit something at least 1 out of 4 times you go backards.

I reverse the van, mainly now so the back doors are less accessible but I've always reversed in, it's just the right man thing to do.
It's bacterial. It's a virus.

Re: The Plague, 2020

Reply #4272
At least. It's an instinct to plan ahead. Not competence. 
I'm a fcuking idiot. Clearly.

 

Re: The Plague, 2020

Reply #4273
Dōitashimash!te.
I'm a fcuking idiot. Clearly.