What Will Never Be The Same Even After The Pandemic Is Over (19 PICS)

Posted in INTERESTING       6 Nov 2020       2006       4 GALLERY VIEW

"Hopefully your boss will finally admit that all his dumb meetings actually could have been emails all along."

 

" The phrase "avoid it like the plague" - turns out people don't do that."

 

"My marriage.

My wife and I had to work from home together (separate jobs) from March until September when she had to go back to the office. I am still working from home. During this time, we became increasingly closer. I have heard so many stories of marital problems being caused by Covid. I literally miss my wife everyday she has to go to work.

I meet her at the door like a [email protected]#king puppy. They say absence makes the heart grow fonder. Sometimes forced proximity does too."

 

"Time spent with my kids.

Pre-pandemic I would leave the house 5 days a week at 6:15am to commute to the office, usually before anyone else in my house is awake. And I'd get home most evenings just in time to put them to bed. I'll never go back to that. The past 8 months I've actually seen my boys grow up in front of my eyes and I get lots of quality time with them every day, even with work from home.

I know now what i was missing."

 

"A massive amount of people now know they can work from home."

 

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"I will not take hugs for granted."

 

"Anytime you're sick, you'll wear a mask. I'm amazed at all the times I flew before when I had a cold, and didn't wear a mask."

 

"Office life. My company has already announced that once we are allowed to go back, we'd only be going once or twice a week. It seems many realized how feasible working from home is."

 

"My definition of “personal space.”"

 

"As a current college student, I am in favor of keeping recorded lectures. It's way more helpful than just having notes or slides."

 

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"Health care workers going to work without a mask on. Definitely took for granted seeing my co workers smiling faces during my long shifts"

 

"Working in an office, particularly in Japan.

I live in Japan. Going to the office and spending all day here is a deep cultural tradition. So many companies here, even in the early COVID days, flat out publicly said "Hah, no, we will NEVER be doing that 'work from home' thing, sorry. That's laughably naïve."

Then, the country issued a "Declaration of National Urgency" (not an actual Emergency, as that would entitle the govt to be actually accountable to the livelihoods of the people, just a very strong arm public stance and shaming businesses into following suit).

And those traditional Japanese businesses saw what happened to their bottom lines when they no longer had to pay for electricity, heating/AC, cleaning, office equipment and maintenance, subsidized travel expenses to/from work, soft items like coffee and snacks, etc... and so many of them now are singing the praises of a "sensible work from home policy" and planning for even long-term work-from-home options."

 

 

"People coming into work sick to show how dedicated to work they are or saving those days for 'mental health days' meant ironically.

No Justin! Don't come over to my desk with your coughing and runny nose telling me how bad you're 'roughing it' at work to get some sympathy. "If you're looking for sympathy, look under the dictionary between [email protected]#t and syphilis"!"

 

"Blowing out the candles on your birthday cake"

 

"Most of the mom and pop stores in my town are gone forever. Some of these stores I grew up with, the nickle arcade, the tiny French bakery my aunt took us to when we got good grades, the only ramen shop open after 10PM, my favorite donut shop, the fancy British tea shop I never had a good date in but many London Fogs that were utterly perfect, the only dim sum place, the handmade mochi and tea shop, the only cigar shop in town to get fancy cigars...

I lament the death of all these tiny businesses I took for granted. I always thought they'd be around. Now my community is left with just brand named box stores, no more originality and flavor. Just closed skyrise buildings surrounded by a garishly lit Denny's, Olive Garden, and Target."

 

 

"My dogs have expected me to basically be around all the time and rub their belly’s 24/7"

 

"Shopping will continue to be mostly online and malls will likely die out faster than they were already going to."

 

 

"I’m hoping that this convinces the (American, pretty much everyone else has this figured out already) masses that healthcare is a human right and should not be tied to employment. The pandemic has shown that plenty of people lose their jobs through no fault of their own, despite their best efforts and that should not condemn them to either going without healthcare or accumulating crippling debt when they lose their health insurance coverage."

 

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"My waistline"

 

 

"Literally this morning, our local paper reported that the government is aiming to achieve full internet coverage throughout Indonesia, reaching even the remote villages by 2024. We had a local meme as our boomer minister said a few years back something in the line of "Why do we need strong internet access?" It took the poor stealing smartphones for the sole purpose of letting their kids attend online classes to convince them. So the answer to the question is: some boomers' view on the value of internet accessability."

 

"Obliviousness to how many things I touched between hand washings"

 

"Drinking fountains."

 

 

"They’ll probably leave the plexiglass things up. That’s probably it."

 

"As a nursing assistant... I will be forever oh so hesitant to get near someone (particularly the elderly who like to cough directly at you) without my eye-shield and mask."

 

 

"I am afraid that a lot of karaokes and spas in our country will go out of business."

 

 

"Childhood development theories - we now have an entire group of children who have missed what are regarded as developmental milestones. Learning to play cooperatively with others, learning to share, empathy building, etc. It will be very interesting to see the research coming out over the next decade or so"

 

 

"Hopefully frequent handwashings will become the norm. And hand sanitizers in shops, restaurants and public spaces.

As someone who refuses to touch food if I haven't washed my hands (I am emetophobic, I'm terrified of the stomach flu), this endless supply everywhere I go is really nice. And people who usually don't care about washing their hands do it more often!"

 

 

"It's annoying how (seemingly) quickly my life went from talking about where we wanted to buy a house to discussing the possibility of moving back in with my parents for a while.

RIP live music career, you will be missed."

 

 

"Having been the funeral organist for numerous pandemic-caused deaths:

I can bear first-hand witness to the sad fact that the families and friends of the departed brought to their death by COVID-19 will never be the same."

 

 

"Standing next to someone after they sneeze"

 

 

"Food delivery just being dropped off on your doorstep. Remember when you had to go outside and make EYE CONTACT like some kind of PERSON?! No more, my friends. Just leave it outside and I’ll get it when I’m ready. No more scrambling to find pants when you’re half baked and hungry..."

 

 

"Movies, unfortunately. Cinema specifically. I'm sure a lot of production companies will take enormous losses or possibly file bankruptcy as no one is paying to go see movies anymore. The other issue being that no one can really make movies at the moment either. Travel bans all over, logistic issues, actors not able to be within close proximity to one another, and then all the post-production work that, for the most part can't be done from home. Little to no support for creative arts jobs from governments around the globe. Artists encouraged to retrain in other sectors."

 

 

"Dating is going to get even more app related which isnt good for most people honestly. Especially if people work at home more and dont go out for entertainment."

 

 

"My attitude towards my entertainment backlog. Previously I used to look at my PlayStation library or my Netflix list and think "If I just had a few weeks off,I could make a serious dent"

I've had more then a few weeks off and my backlog seems if anything more endless, I'll probably be in the retirement home with that little voice in the back of my head going "Peaky Blinders is meant to be good,should get on that""

 

 

"Fewer weddings, more elopements."

 

 

"People actually knowing what 6ft looks like. Seriously, everyone's estimations of 6ft distance have been just gradually decreasing and decreasing to a point where most people are hanging out 3ft away and thinking it's 6"

 

 

"I have the impression that people has shown their worst part and this will have consequences for long time"

 

 

"Cruise Ships... dubious that industry will come out the other side without radical changes"

 

 

"Snow days (for school)"

 

 

"Video games. They feel like they did when I was a teenager again. Usually I feel guilty that I'm not doing something more productive, but right now I could care less about spending a whole weekend doing almost nothing but playing video games."

 


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Daphne 5 month s ago
even here we get the constant barrage of fear porn concerning the c-19
       
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Dickon 5 month s ago
"Literally this morning, our local paper reported that the government is aiming to achieve full internet coverage throughout Indonesia, reaching even the remote villages by 2024. We had a local meme as our boomer minister said a few years back something in the line of "Why do we need strong internet access?" It took the poor stealing smartphones for the sole purpose of letting their kids attend online classes to convince them. So the answer to the question is: some boomers' view on the value of internet accessability. (sic)"

I'm GenX but I'm so [email protected]#king tired of millennial boomer whining. Learn to spell as well.
       
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Ivy 5 month s ago
#18 I've never used or allowed my children to use public fountains because of the number of times I've seen dogs drinking from them and owners of small dogs washing their @$$es at public fountains. People are gross and inconsiderate of others.
       
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Jennie 5 month s ago
New normal = not normal
       
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