"The weird pride surrounding dragging yourself to work when you’re sick."
"I haven’t had so much as a head cold in 2020. Guessing the extra sanitization and general cleanliness has been helpful? I always washed my hands like normally but maybe extra focus is a good idea forever."
"On a personal level. I’ve learned about what I can and can’t live with, what I need around me and what can just drift away with the wind. And it’ll make my planning to move out on my own again much much easier."
"I wonder if this will cause a boom in the entertainment industry and Restaurants. As much as I like eating, and watching movies at home. Sometimes there is nothing like getting out of the house and being able to enjoy a good movie or a meal out.
Though I do hope this causes movie prices to go down. $20 for a movie, and even BEFORE the Pandemic hit, most movies weren’t even worth that money."
"Commuting. I’m sure I will work from home regularly. Traffic jams will not disappear, but will be less common."
"Hopefully pizza delivery. No contact pizza delivery is the best thing to come out of this."
"My mental health."
"No one will trust you if you have the common cold or a slight cough."
"Snow days. It won’t be much of a debate anymore it will be more like yo the roads arnt good so y’all just stay home snd zoom for the day we will be back in person tommorow"
"I think the plexiglass dividers at checkouts will stay around."
"For me, grocery shopping. I haven’t been inside a store in several months. It’s really nice to be able to pull up at a store and have someone load groceries into the trunk. Right now it’s free in my city but I would happily pay to use this service."
"Being able to order drinks through an app while you’re at a bar!"
"Casinos. I thought they were skanky and dirty before covid (but still fun as hell). Now standing at a cr#ps table shoulder to shoulder breathing 20 dudes air and sharing chips with dozens of people for hours sounds [email protected]#king gross."
"It will no longer be weird to wear face coverings in public so celebrities will always wear them to not be recognised"
"The blissful ignorance of sticking my fingers in a random bowling ball, then proceeding to eat food without a care in the world."
"Can we keep drive-up doctor’s visits? I get upper respiratory infections almost every winter and being able to sit in my car and have the doc come to me was magical. (No big waiting room/little waiting room while miserable!)"