If people are taking it more seriously than others. Why are you judging them?

I’ve made my new debut to the world. I’ve embraced the new normal. Well, for right now. I’m extremely comfortable wearing a mask. I pack a good amount of disposable gloves. I have hand sanitizer and spray. Along, with cold medicine and vitamins. This is all in my man purse. I’m not playing with this at all!!

The friends that I’ve reunited with are all safe. Everyone had their masks on. We hugged and gave air kisses. For me, I’m totally fine with that. I’m not a touchy feely kind of person. Also, I have my introverted moments. So, daps and air hugs it is!!

While I have been going to small gatherings. If it’s indoors it’s been 2-3 people. Outdoors, I’m probably only around 5-6 individuals. We’re following guidelines. I have been invited to other events. I mean parties and barbecues. Are you kidding me? These aren’t just tiny gatherings. These are full on functions. As if, nothing has ever happened. People are not social distancing. Smokers are passing blunts back and forth. I’m sorry that is not for me. They throw darts at me for not showing up. Clearly, we’re not in a pandemic. I recently was conversing with someone. As the person came closer to me. I made sure my mask was fully on. My response was “Oh! You’re over the top with this.” What? My safety, my health?” Sorry, if you don’t care about yourself. If you’re going to judge me and make negative comments. Clearly, you’re part of the problem.

Author: Chazz.

Just some skinny pizza eating freak from Brooklyn. A lot of people say that I'm awesome. Which is dope! Now I want the universe to think so too.

2 thoughts on “If people are taking it more seriously than others. Why are you judging them?”

  1. I’ve seen the judgment going both ways too. People love to judge. “Where’s your mask?” and “How dare you tell me I can’t enter (your business) without a mask?” When I’m hiking outdoors where there are no people around, I lower my mask since I take a drink of water often on hot days at altitude; as soon as I see someone coming, I raise it. I got this really condesendingly put “Thank you for wearing a mask,” the other day. I saw her coming — her mouth was open to condemn me — until I put the mask up. As she passed me she felt the need to say something anyway. It’s all so strange. That was the last day here when we could eat inside a restaurant again. Masks to enter, seated six feet apart minimum, masks if walking around, but one cannot really wear a mask while eating and drinking, so restaurants are closed again now. People are sueing the Governor for that now.

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