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Postby thegentlepath » Mon Oct 19, 2020 8:26 pm

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Oblivion wrote:2020 has been a blessing for introverts. Not so much for extroverts. During the height of the lockdowns, I would entertain myself by watching all the extroverts in the apartment building across the street clawing at their windows.

If they do a study on they types of people who got sick I'll bet most of them were extroverts.


As an introvert stuck inside with extrovert plus another introvert, I would respectfully disagree. 2020 has been a hell on earth for me personally. To each their own.


On second thought, I don’t really think this person is an extrovert, they’re just less introverted than I.
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Re: What's the first thing you'll do after COVID-19 is all over?

Postby Tyler » Tue Oct 20, 2020 11:26 am

Other than wearing a mask, 2020 is just another year for me. I didn't get any time away from making doughnuts. No one bought doughnuts for a long period of time, but I still made them.
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Re: What's the first thing you'll do after COVID-19 is all over?

Postby Western » Sat Oct 24, 2020 5:27 pm

Tyler wrote:Other than wearing a mask, 2020 is just another year for me. I didn't get any time away from making doughnuts. No one bought doughnuts for a long period of time, but I still made them.


So is there a big pile of old doughnuts somewhere out there?
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Postby CammieMe » Fri Oct 30, 2020 8:25 am

Thank you all for replying.

I noticed some don't see much change after this. Well yeah, I think we have to continue being mindful cause we never know it if might strike again.

Tyler wrote:My life has not been changed in the slightest because of COVID. I have to wear a mask while making doughnuts. Other than that, that, nothing has changed. I'm such an introvert that going out to eat or down to the beach isn't something I do. Yes yes.


I kind of enjoy being home myself, I have to admit, but I appreciated the outdoors ever since the lockdowns. I miss seeing people.

Concerts wouldn't be much of a thing or would be the same any time soon, don't you think?
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Re: What's the first thing you'll do after COVID-19 is all over?

Postby Tyler » Fri Oct 30, 2020 9:29 am

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Tyler wrote:Other than wearing a mask, 2020 is just another year for me. I didn't get any time away from making doughnuts. No one bought doughnuts for a long period of time, but I still made them.


So is there a big pile of old doughnuts somewhere out there?


My company donates them to the local food bank the following day. We do that with all of our baked goods. They expire in next to no time (our bread, fresh out of the oven, has less than a two day shelf life), but they're still fine, so the company donates them. Me being cynical about it believes it's for tax right offs and good PR.
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Re: What's the first thing you'll do after COVID-19 is all over?

Postby Snaga » Wed Nov 18, 2020 7:26 am

I wish to go to a buffet.
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Re: What's the first thing you'll do after COVID-19 is all over?

Postby Tyler » Wed Nov 18, 2020 7:35 am

Snaga wrote:I wish to go to a buffet.


Oddly enough, there's a breakfast buffet that's right down the street from my house that's open to the public, but you aren't allowed to eat inside. You go through, grab all the food you want, they weigh it, you pay, and leave. It's okay though, the place is nasty on the inside and their waffles are soggy
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Re: What's the first thing you'll do after COVID-19 is all over?

Postby Snaga » Wed Nov 18, 2020 2:25 pm

Ew.

And if your hands are still grubby with COVID, what the hell does it matter?

And is that just that restaurant's policy to be closed indoors, or are you all living under restrictions? I mean here restaurants can be open with reduced capacity (some have chosen to remain closed to dine-in, but those are few), and when I was recently in Florida, no one even bothered to wear masks, not even the waitresses. It's rare here, to see wait staff without a mask.

I'm not sure if any buffets are open back up, here- my closest Golden Corral closed rather prior to the Rona from mismanagement, and even thought Western Sizzlin' has opened back up, it remains to be seen if that includes the buffet- without a buffet, I'm not sure if a Western Sizzlin' could even survive- menu items ain't what they used to be back in the day.

Every place I've gone to that had a salad bar, no longer does.

And while I'm not going to cower in fear, I do draw the comfort line with buffet lines even though realistically speaking the chances are probably pretty low you'd catch The Rona off the buffet utensils.
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