Some crazy f**ker just bought an Easter egg

THE UK is set for a full economic recovery after reports came in of some mad bastard buying a f**king Easter egg. 

The egg, which was a proper big one not one of those Buttons ones that cost a quid, was purchased in a Bolton supermarket for full price despite the country being under lockdown in the first week of February.

Assistant manager Joanna Kramer said: “It all started off pretty normally. He had bread in his basket, yoghurt, some Alpro almond long-life milk.

“Next thing, staff alert me that he’s wandered into the seasonal aisle. Again no big deal. Customers have been known to grab the odd unseasonal pack of Creme or Mini Eggs. It’s frowned upon but unfortunately that’s the world we live in.

“Then he left the aisle, and the f**king maniac only had a full massive Easter egg in his basket. A full-price Lindor one, the magnificent bastard, with the truffles.

“He strode up to the checkout, paid for it and left, leaving the entire shop gaping in admiration. Confidence like that could inspire a whole wave of copycat incidents. We might get through this after all.”

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Act like you’ve just discovered board games  

While other 18-year-olds f**ked at parties, you held eight-hour Risk marathons with an Escape From Colditz chaser. Forget this, and pretend you only got into board games this year in an ironic, patronising way. Never mention Warhammer 40,000. 

Bemoan the lack of sex  

You’ve haven’t had sex since March 2019 because of this bloody pandemic. Delude yourself into believing that was no big deal, that you’ll be getting some the moment it’s all over, and optimistically write ‘orgy?’ on the calendar for October 15th.

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In the ‘before times’ your days and nights were so packed with attractive friends, exclusive parties and art gallery launches with free cheese, that this pandemic’s actually been a bit of a detox for you. Boredom is so unfamiliar to you that it’s like, almost exciting.

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Plan your travel itinerary

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