16 thoughts on “The Covid Gaze

      1. SOQ

        Flutter

        1. To wave or flap rapidly in an irregular manner: curtains that fluttered in the breeze.
        2.
        a. To fly by a quick light flapping of the wings.
        b. To flap the wings without flying.
        3. To move or fall in a manner suggestive of tremulous flight: “Her arms rose, fell, and fluttered with the rhythm of the song” (Evelyn Waugh).
        4. To vibrate or beat rapidly or erratically: My heart fluttered wildly.
        5. To move quickly in a nervous, restless, or excited fashion; flit.

        https://www.thefreedictionary.com/flutter

        I’d pay good money to see Janet doing any of the above definitions while on the shift.

  1. Micko

    What’s the problem?

    All I see, is good clean (security enforced under penalty of expulsion and possible engagement with the police and prosecution, fining and /or jail sentence) fun.

    Nothing to see here BS – all perfectly (new) normal

        1. Micko

          Tis’ comon courtesy of course BB

          Honestly, at least they have some sense of normality in the UK.

          My limited experience of Covid rules in pubs and venues so far, is that this is all for show and as soon as you’re inside it all fades away.

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