By Danica Brackett - Staff Writer
1. You Shouldn’t Go To Parties
If going to parties is something you normally do on the weekends, maybe you should try to find a less crowded hobby during a global pandemic. Being around a lot of people can put you at a high risk of contracting the disease the entire world is trying to avoid.
2. You Shouldn’t Go On Tinder Dates
When attending a Tinder date, you never really know who you’re meeting up with. Although this doesn’t seem like the safest way of dating in general, this can also put you at risk of contracting the pandemic illness. You have no idea where this person has been or who they have been around.
3. You Shouldn’t Text Your Ex
I know you’re probably bored out of your mind and texting your ex probably seems like a good idea. Let me tell you, it’s not. You’ll regret it as soon as you hit send. Just don’t do it. Maybe they’ll end up texting you. You probably would rather that happen anyway.
4. You Shouldn’t Suffer From FOMO
Honestly, FOMO is a real thing. During a global pandemic, you shouldn’t experience this. If you see your friends or anyone else in a large group, there is no need to be jealous. If anything, you should call them stupid. They’re putting themselves and others at risk. At least you’re staying safe.
5. You Shouldn’t Hoard Toilet Paper
Hoarding toilet paper? Really? There is no way toilet paper is going to protect you from any pandemic. Unless you plan on building toilet paper forts in your room, there is no reason for you to buy an unnecessary amount of toilet paper. Leave some for the people who are going to use it for the right reasons.