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Do you ever Miss the 2020 quarantine?

I got to completely disassociate almost 2 months with no questions asked and got paid by the government for it how could you ask for anything more? Not having to deal with society or answer to why you don't want to deal with society just you and your thoughts and your little world and all the opportunity in the world to work on yourself and your life.
CopperFox420 · 36-40, F
My Mom died and then two weeks later they shut everything down and I had a kindergartner to homeschool. I couldn’t even grieve. I don’t even remember much of it.
Muthafukajones · 46-50, M
I hoped it would end quickly. After a few weeks I came home from work and cried so hard about it. The lock down took my whole life away from me.

I was single at the time and nobody wanted to date. Even if I went on a date there wasn’t anywhere to go really.

I don’t have a lot of friends so my life is heavily involved in entertainment.

Movie theatres

When all these things closed I was left alone in my home.

The lockdown was a horrible time in my life. I hope and pray we never ever have one again.
Daisyrose · F
I do actually. I worked as a carer then which for scary, but I still went to work. For years I felt I missed out on a lot of social stuff with family and friends and was even becoming quite bitter about it but lockdown changed that for me, every one was finally in the same boat. It seemed to bring society back together and it was also lockdown that I met who would become my favourite person.
Philth · 46-50, M
Yes. I miss the arrows on the floor telling people which direction to walk... Supermarket visits were a joy without screaming kids mauling the food with their snotty hands or adults chatting, completely unaware that they're blocking the aisle for everyone else.
gdon39 · 41-45, M
I do. I was surprised to see someone post about missing the quarantine. At times I really do. Am I crazy? I obviously don't wish harm to anyone but it was a bit more of something that is hard to describe.
caesar7 · 61-69, M
Nah...I liked some aspects of it but the economy was deeply affected by it and demand were low and, still are to this day!! I hope it doesn't happen again for that reason.
I didn't disassociate or stay home at all. I was still out & about throughout ALL of the pandemic & never got COVID once 😅
Yes. 2020 was actually quite nice for me until autumn when they started to bully with tests that didn't solve absolutely anything.
If staying home can't become a government funded right, the ecosystem is toast. America doesn't want life. It's a work force.
ronisme1 · 61-69, M
Nope, december 2020, got covid, was really sick for 3 weeks
SarithBorn · 18-21, M
It was heaven i got to stay inside away from crowds of people 😍
TeirdalinFirefall · 26-30, M
It was probably so far one of the worst things to ever happen to me.
Max41 · 26-30, M
If it kills you inside home then yes it .
Newfound1 · M
Traffic was a lot lighter.
basilfawlty89 · 31-35, M
Not as such. 2020 was a terrible year for me. Lost loved ones, got into a job I hated, financial stress, etc.

If it wasn't for that, yeah I most of the time stay at home.
I miss the time I had at home with my daughter. Growing vegetables and fruit in tne garden. Baking daily.
uncalled4 · 51-55, M
F**k, no. What a horrible, horrible time.

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