I shall continue to extend my hand to those who unfortunately go without due to hoarding during these times, supplies and all else. Best wishes to everyone.
All positivity to the very strong Megan!
mechanismj wrote:'Round these parts they would tend to be meatheads and jocks. Never could figure that out.
Negamuse wrote:I'm OK! I'm looking forward to being able to go outside and lend a hand with deliveries and shit.
The hoarding thing is wild to see, we did OK for supplies without needing to, we had just enough frozen (from like way back), to get us through to a supermarket delivery, which bought us just enough time to restart cooking boxes and the local pizza place leaves deliveries outside the front door like it's a prisoner exchange. It's surreal because for all this is a huge disruption for everyone I've not actually been outside in March and the last time I went to the supermarket was well before shelves started running out. Only thing we ran out of was chocolate and paracetemol and a friend sent a box from up north with some panadol and a toblerone so we were good, even though we did it in the most middle-class way possible and unexpectedly had one more person quarantined with us than we meant to have. I've just been watching the absolute scenes on the news in disbelief.
What am I on now, I think day 10? My fever was on the 16th so assuming I make it through the next few days I've basically got away with it.
747Music wrote:dont go up there!!! the music is down by the truck!
Forest_Opal wrote:Mexicolas a spooky person.
Josh wrote:Sometimes I would pay money for 1:46 of silence.
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