The lockdown and mental health

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henry
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The lockdown and mental health

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Impact is plain to see on here, isn’t it?

Worrying.
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AND-y
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I think we're fine. We're all fine.
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I'll take you for a pint soon henry.
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I dunno but I feel lucky to live in this relatively free Socialist Democracy and even more lucky to live out in the country side. I've barely noticed the virus apart from not having to travel to the city every day.
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henry wrote:Impact is plain to see on here, isn’t it?

Worrying.
What's up H?
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I like your new laconic style, Henry.
So it obviously affects different people differently.
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DAC and bimbot might just be the perfect dream team to take this bored to newfangled heights of stupidity.

It's compulsory viewing.
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I had never considered IH to be...delicate until recently.
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Newsome wrote:DAC and bimbot might just be the perfect dream team to take this bored to newfangled heights of stupidity.

It's compulsory viewing.

It's called "Going out with a bang"
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I lost my mind during lockdown. I’m pretty sure it’s behind the big loungerooom dresser.

Would a magnet on a string work?
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henry wrote:Impact is plain to see on here, isn’t it?

Worrying.
I think we need some rugby.

Old rivalries and rugby slagging will get this bored back away from all the heavy, political stuff we're seeing these days.
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MungoMan wrote:I lost my mind during lockdown. I’m pretty sure it’s behind the big loungerooom dresser.

Would a magnet on a string work?
No but a squirrel might find it and store it somewhere for the winter.
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Mine is better. No pressure to do anything.
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henry wrote:Impact is plain to see on here, isn’t it?

Worrying.
I was thinking this the other day. More so than normal lots of posters are angry or out to get those that disagree or troll other countries more aggressively. Or that's how it feels. Certanly the usual poor political bashing on twitter is ramped up all the way to 12.
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Whats worse is the lack of certainty over will it or won't it close? (BORED)
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iarmhiman wrote:
henry wrote:Impact is plain to see on here, isn’t it?

Worrying.
I think we need some rugby.

Old rivalries and rugby slagging will get this bored back away from all the heavy, political stuff we're seeing these days.
Dunno about that. Half the clowns losing their mind rarely post about rugby anyway. At least if there's some rugby, we'll have more threads and theirs will get noticed less.
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