COVID-19 JOKES MAKE ROUNDS IN BG

COVID-19 JOKES MAKE ROUNDS IN BG

Tue, 06/02/2020 - 17:33

Well, well, well, romance is a thing of the past. Once you had to sleep with someone to catch something dangerous. Now it is enough to sneeze...

 

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Covid-19 is like a cuckold. Some people are. Others will be. Yet others never realise they have been.

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Quarantine is a demo version of retirement. There is no money. And there is nothing to do.

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As a Bulgarian I have lived through the 1977 earthquake, the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear disaster, the food rationing of the early 1990s, the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, the hyperinflation of 1996, BSE in 2007, H5N1 in 2007, H1N1 in 2009, Fukushima in 2011, Ebola in 2014. I have also survived three or four love affairs and several ends of the world. I am an apocalypse veteran!

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Right in the middle of the night I remembered the Covid-19 smitten lose their taste for food. So I got up, opened the fridge, took out several meatballs, some gherkins, some bread and a beer, and had a quick test.

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The result of staying at home with the wife: Can you blink quieter, you bastard?!

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Bill Gates has failed to get his Windows clean of viruses for over 30 years. Can you trust the man to develop a Covid vaccine within just a few months? 

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