Coronavirus: are you judging others enough?

EVERYONE knows how important it is to wash your hands and stay indoors, but are you also judging other people’s activities enough? Try these: 

Going to the shops

Absolute panic-buying scum, all of them. Stopping hard-working NHS staff getting the healthy food they need. Make sure to tut and look daggers at them as you fill a basket with dog food because the stack in the garage is getting low.

Working from home

They might have been advised to but if they can just work in the house then it wasn’t a proper job to begin with, was it? And when they were out doing it they didn’t need to be so they were spreading the virus.

Going on public transport

Buses and trains are riddled with disease at the best of times, and now? You might as well sign your own death warrant. Walk instead.

Going for a walk

They’re out in a park. Someone with the coronavirus could have run through that park licking the fences. What they’re doing is irresponsible. They shouldn’t be allowed unless they’ve got at least one reasonably sized dog.

Not washing hands for long enough

In the toilets and somebody doesn’t sing the whole first verse of Summer of 69 while washing their hands? They’re not only going to get COVID-19, they’re probably one of these super-spreaders. Call 999.

Getting the coronavirus

There’s no excuse, is there? You’ve not got it because you’ve done everything right. They’ve therefore got it for doing something wrong. Ought to be bloody ashamed of themselves.

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Couple who do f**k all outraged they can't go out and do things

A COUPLE who never get off their arses are furious that they are not supposed to go anywhere at the moment.

Nikki Hollis and Stephen Malley have not bothered to go anywhere beyond their work and the nearest supermarket for the five years they’ve been together but are now outraged about having to stay home.

Hollis said: “It’s fine for me to do shit-all if that’s what I want but it’s unforgivable that the government would tell me to be a non-participant in society.

“It should be my choice never to visit art galleries, or to stream movies instead of going to the cinema, or to cancel plans with friends rather than ever see anything through.”

Malley added: “Some of our friends are suggesting a big post-Covid party to celebrate when things are normal again which is some comfort.

“The idea of having the option to go out and really enjoy myself with my mates, and then turn that down is the only thing helping me sleep at night.”