Quotes For People Who Have No Time For Nonsense

After months of wearing paper face masks, I finally decided it was time to order a beautiful cloth one from an Etsy seller because masks are now mandatory where I live and I am here for it. So an upgrade was definitely necessary.

But although I, like most people, are more than willing to don a mask to keep everyone else around me as safe from the coronavirus as possible, there are still folks out there who flat-out refuse to do something as simple as cover half their face for a short period of time.

And to those people I say: what's your deal?

Seriously, you need to smarten up already because you're just letting down the rest of humanity now.

Yes, it's summertime and yes, partially covering your face in the heat can be a slightly uncomfortable experience.

But you know what's even worse than that? The pandemic. And unless you start masking up like the rest of us, you can expect that thing to just keep going and going and going and going.

And nobody wants that.

Let's take a moment to think about someone other than ourselves and consider all the work that's going on behind the scenes right now.


Scientists around the world are working day and night to try and develop a vaccine to help prevent the spread of the deadly virus.

Doctors, nurses, and other health care professionals are on the front lines of this pandemic putting their own health at risk to treat infected patients.

And millions of other essential workers are exposing themselves to the public each and every day so that you can have your garbage disposed of, your drinking water kept clean, and your cupboards full of groceries.

But despite all of that, you still think you're above putting on a mask for just a brief moment of your day?

Honestly, it's incredibly disappointing to witness such selfish behavior going on during a time when we all need to come together to get through this thing.

One of the easiest yet crucial things we can do to prevent the spread of the virus is to simply wear a face mask while we're out in public, but even that is too much for some people to handle.

If you think wearing a mask for a brief period of time is hard, I invite you to try wearing a bra for a week.


Not a comfortable one, either. One with underwire that pokes out the side and sticks you every time you move your arm wrong; one that pulls down on your shoulders and makes you back and neck ache all day; a bra that itches you, scratches you, makes your boobs sweat and your poor ta-tas feel like they're trapped in a cage.

After all that's over with, I'm sure it won't feel like too much of a burden to put a simple face mask on.

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