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Discussion in 'The Premier League' started by brb, Feb 25, 2020.
And shagging drug dealers?
Then you’re probably immune anyway.
I didn’t get that high up the tree. Mules were my level.
Shagging mules? Are there any videos doing the rounds?
Before the time of decent smart phones I’m afraid. Getting an idea of your fetishes though...
How do you know they were mules, did you make contact with a condom that wasn't yours?
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Too much information
I can understand why there's hesitancy from some. The vaccines have been produced/tested/rolled out in around 1/10th of the time it usually takes so I think a lot of people want to wait and see if there are any side effects etc. That said, if you're in an at risk group, then pretty much any side effect is going to be more tolerable that getting Covid.
For me personally, and luckily, I'm healthy enough and still in the age bracket where I won't be offered one for probably 6 months at least anyway, so I've got the luxury of waiting and seeing how it all pans out. That said, even though I'm healthy, I'm still aware that I could catch the virus, be asymptomatic and pass it on to somebody vulnerable. So for that reason I will be getting vaccinated as soon as it's offered to me.
I've got a mate, who's 15 years younger than me, as fit as a butcher's dog, but who has a family history of vaccine complications. So he has good reason not to want to get one. So like others have said, it comes down to personal choice. Although it will take around 80% of the population to get vaccinated to achieve herd immunity, so I hope that those who can have, will do and thereby offer protection to those who can't
The 5G/Anti lockdown crew can ****ing do one imo. They are the ones refusing a vaccine because of bullshit they've read on 4Chan, but they are also the ones who will benefit from everybody else having a vaccine which will open up society again and end the lockdowns. For me, these selfish ****s offer society nothing. They want their personal freedoms, but aren't willing to engage in a vaccination programme that will enable the vulnerable and everybody else to have theirs, so **** em.
She's a ****ing evil, sadistic ****
Your post sums up pretty much how I feel about it too
That's pretty much where I'm at as I've said before. As someone who's not at any increased risk of the virus then I'm willing to wait it out and see how it goes. It'd be very different if I was in a high risk category though. At a guess I'll be offered it come Spring.
Anyone who says they're not taking it cos of Bill Gates is probably best off shot in the face tbh.
I’m not taking it cos of Gareth Gates.
**** it then. I’m not taking it because of Gareth Bale
I'm in no rush, said a couple of days ago that I'm unlikely to be top of the list or front of the queue so that's a moot point for now.
If it helps those especially vulnerable, go for it.
It'll definitely feel a bit big brother if we're forced to take it though. Can't help thinking that.
Still fancy a winter holiday mind, and if it was a condition of being able to leave the country and not have to quarantine coming back, I probably would.
If it was available to me.
No one will be forced to take it mate. That won’t happen.
Those who choose not to take it might come across issues accessing other countries much further down the line, but that’s merely conjecture on my part.
Completely agree with this
Just told my son that organised outdoor sport for U18's can resume from 2nd December in all Tiers and he's delighted.
That to him is far more important for both his physical and mental well being than anything relating to xmas
I think initially, it will be a prerequisite for international travel, to prove you’ve had a vaccine.
It'll be interesting to see how many countries take that approach. I think a fair few will next year and the one after but it will slowly fade away after that.
Was thinking more to travel, yes.
We'll see how it pans out I guess, fairly sure they won't have been able to vaccinate everyone by next summer for instance.
And that most countries will be more interested in having visitors than in preventing people from coming in.