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I’m also getting numb to the Halloween Ghost You Can’t Scare Me I’m A Usps Girl Shirt insanity in news. Shit that seemed unbelievable even a year ago is just Tuesday now. It’s like an abusive relationship becoming normalized and now I’m just trying to make it through the day without taking a punch. No hope of improvement, just hoping for a day without personal injury. This has been both the longest and the shortest year. So much shit has happened, but I’ve been living groundhog day for six months. Huh? I’m not saying that. It’s obviously a huge problem. But I, like most people, live to check and have to work. So I really can’t quarantine. COVID is guaranteed to kill me slower than quarantining would, sadly.
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Apparently our perception in Halloween Ghost You Can’t Scare Me I’m A Usps Girl Shirt real-time is mostly the same but the brain uses memories to have a picture of time and doesn’t bother storing memories of repetition. How are people still quarantining? It feels impossible. Like me and everyone I know would’ve starved months ago if we were still quarantining. I remember I always imagined time seems to travel quicker as you get older as it’s a smaller percentage of your life, but apparently it’s the fewer new experiences so shorter when looking back. How are people still quarantining? It feels impossible. Like me and everyone I know would’ve starved months ago if we were still quarantining.