I think, collectively, we’re over this whole coronavirus thing. We kind of just want everything back to normal.
Naturally, we’ve spent plenty of time in self-isolation reflecting on the things we’ve taken for granted. Quick Woolies runs, a coffee date, gym classes, after-work drinks, the availability of toilet paper and hand sanitiser.
Literally just sitting down for my morning coffee. Or getting lunch alone outside. Or seeing a movie. Disneyland! Hugs. Traveling!
— ali segel (@OnlineAlison) March 27, 2020
Board game nights; being able to sit around a table and laugh with friends.
— NanoPierogi 🍎 (@NanoPierogi) March 27, 2020
Cinemas. I used to go once a week minimum and now I haven’t been in a month, and it really sucks and I miss it. I was getting to the point where I was kinda bored at going, and wanted something new. But I definitely took it for granted.
— Sandra (@Miss_SLP) March 27, 2020
Grocery store employees.
— Jared Haibon (@haibon_jared) March 27, 2020
The little things.
But perhaps one good thing to come from coronavirus is that everyone’s gained a little perspective. Maybe.
Of course, though, the minute we locked ourselves inside we began looking forward to when this is all over. And so #WhenCoronaVirusIsOver was born.
Twitter users have been sharing their plans for when the pandemic is over, and they’re freed from their homes. And the results are the jolt of positive energy you needed to get through another week of self-isolation.
Most are amped to get outside and hit the pubs.
— Marlina Lukman (@arlinaMayL) March 29, 2020
Footage of me from the future, when this is over. pic.twitter.com/tO8cq5iKLZ
— Ali Plumb (@AliPlumb) March 29, 2020
— Missguided (@Missguided) March 29, 2020
Others are a little more cautious.
— 𝗝𝗨𝗟𝗜𝗘𝗧⁷🦋 (@pinksgukprint) March 29, 2020
Some are amped to hook into some good food.
when this is all over, i’m going to all of my favorite restaurants
— addison rae (@whoisaddison) March 29, 2020
— B (@humogor) March 29, 2020
When this is all over I’m coming for you baby 😢 pic.twitter.com/EJu3OxGItI
— like she created the fucking rainbow🌈 (@Rocioceja_) March 30, 2020
Or getting their shoddy quarantine haircuts fixed.
— Joe Hill 🕘 (@JoeHill93003491) March 30, 2020
Plenty of weddings and holidays are on the cards, apparently. And so are the parties for the essential workers who saved all of our lives by putting theirs on the line.
When this is over, let’s not forget it wasn’t the CEOs or Billionaires who saved us.
It was the janitors, healthcare workers, grocery & food workers.
— Sveta for Democracy 🇺🇦🇺🇸 (@SlavicLady88) March 29, 2020
Hospital administrators better throw doctors and nurses the biggest ice cream social when this is all over
— Dr. Glaucomflecken (@DGlaucomflecken) March 29, 2020
I’m with the people who are looking forward to seeing their mates.
— Kawaii Hoodrat (@AnimeAndNachos) March 29, 2020
— Bami this bami that🔈 (@_bamibami_) March 29, 2020
Cr on wm pic.twitter.com/LxwGZoevRt
— meet me (@_theothersidee_) March 30, 2020
Yeah, I’m amped.
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