How will you celebrate the end of Coronavirus lockdown?

Couleurs

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Oct 25, 2017
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Denver, CO
Probably go in to the office out of nostalgia, work my day, go home and play games or watch tv or something. I'm a very exciting person.

edit - smoking a lot of weed the whole day since I can finally let my guard down (i hope)
 

sfedai0

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Oct 27, 2017
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I will print fake 1 million dollars, get on a float while Prince is playing in the background and throw the cash around.
 
May 26, 2018
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There will be no single event that marks the disease's end. It will be gradual, like a worldwide chemical reaction. So I suspect I won't know when it's over; only when it's safe enough, and by then the world might be rather different.
 

Fright Zone

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Dec 17, 2017
1,543
London
I’ve been talking every day with a girl I met just before this kicked off, and we’ve had to have video dates.
I really, really want to see her physically.

And I want to ride the tube into central London, walk around town, look round the shops, grab some food out, and then hit the pub with my friends.
 

Absolute

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Nov 6, 2017
1,142
Was hanging out with a girl just before, still texting and chatting so going out on the piss with her and having a dance is what I'm thinking.
 

Mudo

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Oct 25, 2017
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Tennessee
I plan on telling the delivery person to knock and actually STAY at the door, and I can see an actual human, talk to them, and be handed my food rather than picking it up off my doormat.
Baby steps ...
 

luffxan

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Oct 28, 2017
517
I probably won't celebrate immediately after the coronavirus lockdown ends since I'll wanna wait for things to settle a bit. Will probably give it a couple weeks than take my girlfriend to Momofuku
 

Einchy

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Oct 25, 2017
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I was gonna say that I'd love to go to our local Chinese buffet with the family but then I remembered that I've no idea where we'll be financially by then. It could be that we can't afford to spend even that.
 

CyclonatorZ

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Sep 28, 2019
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I mean, I dunno what the state of the country will be in by the time this legitimately is over, but... I'd like to get on with all the things I had planned this year. Go back to work, save up money, move out of my parents, go back to school, start working towards moving back up to the northeast.... yeah, it would be nice to be able to do at least some of this before I fucking turn 30, but who knows if that will be feasible. I wasn't exactly well off BEFORE all this shit happened.

I really don't want to work for any more shitty corporations that don't care if I die from a pandemic, though. I want to actually help people for a living, in an area that doesn't totally suck. So I'll gladly take a second great depression that hijacks my long-term plans for years, if it leads to FDR administration level changes in our society that will save us in the short term AND in the long term (coughClimateChangecough). I know, pipe dream, right? Well, I haven't totally given up hope, and I don't think it's healthy for anyone else to either.
 
Oct 25, 2017
3,160
Go out with friends for drinks and food, then netflix and booze.

That said, I'm trying to utilize our current stay-at-home situation as much as possible.
 

Andington

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Oct 27, 2017
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Oh we have not seen truly terrible suffering quite yet. It's just getting started. And I hope capitalism comes crumbling down in the process. I spit on it. I'll celebrate when this god forsaken corrupt system ends. That's when I'll celebrate.