“I hate this whole shelter-in-place situation as much as you do, David,” Amanda said, looking at her boyfriend on her laptop screen while they were using Skype to video chat with each other. “I know that this is not ideal, and I really do miss your warm caresses, too. But please David, if you insist on not wearing any pants, please stop standing up.”
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Jack received a notification ping on his smartphone, picked it up his phone, and saw this image sent to him from his best friend, Todd.
“Todd, why did you send me a random picture of some astronaut out in space?” Jack tapped out on his phone’s virtual keypad.
“That’s not a random picture, Jack, that’s me,” Todd replied, “and I’m just practicing effective social distancing in the age of coronavirus, good buddy! 😉”
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I remember back in the day when I used to have to venture out into the frigid, snow covered streets of Chicago to do my Christmas shopping.
But then I moved to the Sunshine State and now I never again have to deal with such miserable weather in order to get my holiday shopping done.
Of course, these days, because I do all of my shopping online and have my packages delivered right to my door, I guess it doesn’t really matter anymore what the weather is where I live.
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“Yeah, like that will happen when pigs learn to swim,” Sandy said.
“I think the actual expression is ‘when pigs learn to fly,’ is it not?” Rick said.
“Oh my God, Rick,” Sandy groaned, “you know damn well what I meant.”
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