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  • stolen

    Lets see.

    Keep 10 feet between you and other people. Check
    Avoid social gatherings. Check
    Stay at home as much as possible. Check

    Y'all stole my life goals.
    http://jmodela.coffeecup.com

  • #2
    'Social Distancing' made easy.

    Carry a wide brush and a gallon of house paint.
    Everyone else will suddenly have something they must be doing.

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