How are you coping with covid restrictions?

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About | | this close to hitting my head off a wall but ya know. Vibes
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Thing I'm missing most is teaching lower year groups at school (I'm year 13 so in a different covid 'bubble').
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Thing I'm missing most is teaching lower year groups at school (I'm year 13 so in a different covid 'bubble').
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About | | this close to hitting my head off a wall but ya know. Vibes
Hopefully we'll go back to normal
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I'm at my wits end these days, but coping mostly through doing applications, watching documentaries and going out to take pictures. Even then, it's a big struggle to stay positive and motivated in anything..
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(Original post by TJ1997)
I'm at my wits end these days, but coping mostly through doing applications, watching documentaries and going out to take pictures. Even then, it's a big struggle to stay positive and motivated in anything..
I know its been going on for so long now
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I could really do with the pub or even just going browsing for retro crap from Cex, but given that I was unemployed before the pandemic and am not very sociable the restrictions don't affect me too badly. Watching people break the restrictions continually irritates the **** out of me though. All the sacrifice and death while people have parties every week and sneeze on you unmasked in shops. I want to stab them.
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I could really do with the pub or even just going browsing for retro crap from Cex, but given that I was unemployed before the pandemic and am not very sociable the restrictions don't affect me too badly. Watching people break the restrictions continually irritates the **** out of me though. All the sacrifice and death while people have parties every week and sneeze on you unmasked in shops. I want to stab them.
You can go pub outdoors
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You can go pub outdoors
Not in Scotland yet I don't think. Trying to get a table the first week with be a nightmare I imagine. Will enjoy it when it happens, and I'll probably get drunk off two pints now. A money saver.
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Not in Scotland yet I don't think. Trying to get a table the first week with be a nightmare I imagine. Will enjoy it when it happens, and I'll probably get drunk off two pints now. A money saver.
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Absolutely fine. My life is not all that different really. Love the fact that the streets aren't full of tourists any more.
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Absolutely fine. My life is not all that different really. Love the fact that the streets aren't full of tourists any more.
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