Tips to surviving lockdown with other people
‘More time with loved ones’ is often cited as an upside to time in lockdown. Counting against it: time to get up close and personal with the bodily functions and hygiene standards of your nearest and dearest. So it’s no wonder the UK’s extended lockdown saw Google search peaks for ‘biting nails’, ‘farting’, ‘burping’, and ‘scratching’ and ‘snot’ hit peaks. And experts say that newfound disgust in your people’s grossness can be dissipated by communication and understanding. Sure, but kudos to Sara and her life choices after encountering her boyfriend’s horror habit. “He picked his nose and he ate it. I was like: what just happened?” She dumped him and his tasty boogers…
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