To say this piece really resonated with me would be an understatement. I need to start doing some research and try to pinpoint the exact timeline as to when the population went completely brain dead. I don’t feel like it’s always been like this. I think something may have happened in 2012 and most of people on earth were replaced with soulless droids that are just here to walk around and act as filler until something. I don’t have any other way to explain this.
By Laurence M. Vance | December 29, 2020
We’ve all seen it. A man or a woman driving their car with a mask on their face.
As we all know, you can say a great deal about yourself without actually saying anything.
They may not realize it, but here is what people are saying when they wear a face mask while driving their car.
I voted for Joe Biden.
I believe the coronavirus is a deadly disease like smallpox or ebola.
I believe everything the government says about the coronavirus.
I believe that the coronavirus is a public health emergency that only government can deal with.
I believe the coronavirus is like a toxic cloud lingering in the air that could poison me.Face Masks In One LessonStevo, AllanBuy New $10.00(as of 03:17 EST – Details)
I hang on every word of Dr. Fauci.
I believe everything the mainstream news media says about the coronavirus.
I check the latest figures on the worldwide coronavirus infection rates every night.
I am scared to death that I am going to breathe in the coronavirus while I am driving my car.
I no longer use restrooms at stores and restaurants.
I believe that Covid-19 tests are entirely accurate.
I believe in social distancing.
I am very concerned about the rise in coronavirus cases, but ignore the death rate.
I believe that everyone whom the government says died of coronavirus actually died of coronavirus.
I can’t wait to take the Covid-19 vaccine.
I no longer go the church services.
I believe that wearing masks saves lives.
It bothers me when I see employees at stores not wearing their masks properly.
I use hand sanitizer all throughout the day.
I don’t believe anything that conservatives and libertarians say about the coronavirus.
I think that those who dismiss the severity of the coronavirus are conspiracy theorists.
I am going above and beyond any recommendations to keep from catching the coronavirus.
I believe that breathing in fresh air might make me sick.
I support government mask mandates.
I support government lockdowns.
I support the government closing “unessential” businesses.
If I catch the coronavirus, then I might die.
I wear a mask when walking in the park.
I wear a mask when I gas up my car.
I wear a mask when I walk my dog.
I believe that everyone should wear a face mask.
I wear a mask whenever I step out of my front door.
I believe everything the CDC says about the dangers of the coronavirus.
I believe that people who don’t wear masks are endangering themselves and others.
I wear a mask in restaurants while I am ordering my food.
I believe masks work but still want you to wear one so you don’t infect me.
I am so oxygen-deprived from wearing a mask that I forgot to take it off when I got in the car.
I can’t get the coronavirus if I take off my mask while eating and drinking at a restaurant.
I put on my mask to walk to the restroom at a restaurant.
I put on my mask back on at a restaurant as soon as I finish my meal.
I didn’t spend any time with people outside of my immediate family over the holidays.
I believe we are all in this together, but I don’t really know what this means.
Stop Wearing Masks Alone in Your Car, State Says
You’ve seen people doing it.
You might point. A laugh probably follows.
Someone drives by you. They’re all alone in their car. And they’re wearing a face mask.
Pennsylvania Says Stop Wearing Masks Alone in Your Car
Thankfully, the top mask cop in all the land, the Pennsylvania state government, weighed in on this behavior.
While they’ve encouraged its citizens to turn against each other and snitch on mask policy offenders, they’re at least showing a little bit of common sense on wearing masks in the car.
The @PennsylvaniaGov official Twitter feed shared this video with some more helpful mask tips.
As you can see, the state specifically tells you NOT to wear a face mask when you’re driving alone in your car. They don’t tell you why it’s a no-no so we’ll just assume it’s because people that do it look ridiculous.
Speaking of ridiculous, this same video also suggests not taking your mask off until you’re “safely in your car”.
“Safely in your car”? Presumably, they mean “safely in your car” and out of the fresh air where the virus might get you (even though it’s incredibly difficult to contract the virus simply by walking to your car).
Or does the state actually believe this image that got shared really early during the pandemic response?
Well, we can’t win them all. At least the state is getting practical about one aspect of mask wearing.
Driving Alone Wearing a Mask Memes
Even most people who are pretty serious about wearing a mask in public know it’s rather ridiculous to wear one when you’re alone in the car.
That’s why there are some great memes about this very topic.
Here are some of the best driving alone wearing a mask memes we found: