"...a life spent reading-that is a good life." -Annie Dillard
Thank you, John Atkinson!
LOL! That 5th. one the minute I put my mask on...
Sneezing in a mask is the worst! :D
The toothpaste one is really good. There is truth to the fact that in many settings, part of our faces will be hidden to each other for a very long time.
Sadly, I think you're right.
:D Thanks for the laugh!
No need for lipstick! :)
That's a definite plus! :D
This is too funny! Thanks for laugh! :D
This made me snort. I love it!
I'm glad! Thanks for commenting. :D
I'm that guy at the bottom who is getting sensitive about his ears...mine are big enough already. I don't need elastic bands making them stick out for the world to see. LOL
:D That's funny! My hair covers my ears so I don't have to worry about that one.
Haha! I still find myself smiling at people I pass by in the hall at work or while out walking, forgetting they can't see my lips. LOL
I do that, too! And I find myself using my hands a lot more when I talk now. Like I'm trying to make up for the fact that you can't see my face. :)
This is going to be our lives for quite sometime I think! Nice to have a laugh about it. :)
If I don't laugh I'll just end up crying and that's not helpful. :)
Who would have thought I'd be putting masks on my wishlists. This is cute and at least bringing in some humor to a crazy year.
You gotta find something to laugh about these days!
Lol—CO is in the midst of a huge snowstorm, and I’m finding my mask keeps my face toasty warm!
It was just 18 degrees this morning here in Salt Lake and I was suddenly very grateful for my mask keeping my nose from freezing off! :D
I can't like, most of those thoughts have run through my head too! :D
So, through this whole COVID/mask thing I've realized I'm a little hard of hearing. I rely on reading people's lips a lot more than I thought!
Masks make it a lot harder to understand what some people are saying!
Brilliant, I love this!
My fave has to be BATMAN! How hilarious.