By wtf_are_people_doing - 21/4/2020 23:00

Stay safe, stay home FFS!

Today, I went to meet my boyfriend for a walk. It's our anniversary, and I hadn't seen him in over a month because of the quarantine, so we agreed to meet, as long as we had the proper safety gear and were careful. On my way to meet him, I drove past a park. In it were twelve half-naked teenagers playing volleyball. FML
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By  nemcali  |  33

Those morons are spreading the virus which means that either the lockdown will continue for longer or more people will get sick and possibly die which might affect (hopefully not) OP or her family.

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  nemcali  |  33

Those morons are spreading the virus which means that either the lockdown will continue for longer or more people will get sick and possibly die which might affect (hopefully not) OP or her family.

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  Roxy Rousseau  |  5

OP is out of quarantine too. There’s no point in waiting a month if you’re gonna break quarantine to go outside and meet someone you’re not supposed to see. The boys are dumb, but OP doesn’t have the moral high ground either.

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  DKING123456789  |  16

Some states still aren’t in lockdown. Like where I’m from in Alaska, there’s no lockdown whatsoever, you can leave when you want. It’s the people who aren’t wearing masks or gloves and shit like that. Very selfish people

By  bl3ur0z3  |  17

So your FML is you saw naked people? Or you were faced with the reality that some people don't take quarantine seriously? Maybe that their recklessness invoked a twinge of jealousy wishing you could be like them? Grow up.

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  ojoRojo  |  12

She doesn’t wish she could be like them, it just annoyed her that others aren’t following quarantine orders which will cause the rest of us to have to take precautions longer.

By  ojoRojo  |  12

I’m sorry OP, but don’t let them sway you. You’re still doing the right thing by taking precautions and quarantining. Hopefully those teens’ idiocy will only affect themselves and (preferably not) their own families.