HumourAugust 10, 2020

A post-pandemic utopia

Imagine everything is back to normal. There is no lockdown, quarantine, or COVID-19. We are finally in The Good Place.
2020-08-10 00:00:00 India Development Review A post-pandemic utopia
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1. Your overbearing neighbour invades your personal space and before you can protest, you remember that physical distancing is no longer required

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2. But then you’re confronted by people who you had managed to avoid all through lockdown

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3. And your chirpy friend tells you to not give up on the eat-healthy-workout-often routine you had gotten into

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4. You finally come across someone who tells you they are now eating out for every single meal to make up for lost time

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5. No more virtual Tinder dates or plans with friends—you can actually meet people now

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6. Your co-workers ask you how lockdown was and you’ve completely blocked out the 300 breakdowns you had

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7. Your manager expects you to work the same hours you did while working from home

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8. Your family doesn’t let you freeload off them and treat home like a bed and breakfast anymore

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9. It dawns on you that you weren’t actually particularly fond of the outside world to begin with

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10. And you realise that quarantine or not, your mood isn’t going to change because…

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