Seth Wants to Keep Elbow Bumps, Work from Home and Hobbies After the Pandemic

Published on May 5, 2021

Seth goes over a few things from life under COVID-19 that we should consider keeping long-term, such as wearing masks on the subway.

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  • Sook Wilson 3 years ago

    i would like to keep all of seth suggestion, mask wearingshould be on all public transportation, including flights

  • Samantha Church 3 years ago

    I don’t know. It doesn’t surprise me that Seth wants to keep things like they were in COVID. But while I like and respect him…he seems like someone who thinks those who are excellent at socializing are inherently stupid and like someone who probably kept a blog about women who put lipstick on during their commute and why they should be shot–and well before this pandemic. I know that Seth didn’t keep that blog, as that would be well documented, but those blogs exist and I firmly believe that seth loves those blogs and that’s why he says the things he does now. I like you Seth. But I’m sorry: No. You are Ben Stiller in Along Came Polly. And you really want to be Jennifer Aniston in that movie. Or at least Philip Seymour Hoffman. But you’re Ben Stiller

  • Filmation77 3 years ago

    FYI, the reason Handshakes were invented ,was to show that you Had No Weapons if you were talking about a truce with Unknown possible enemies, it’s ,I believe a British invention

  • cnj67 3 years ago

    APropos Paul Rudd: RIck Riordan is having casting calls out for the role of Percy Jackson. It says “Someone who can play 12”, so I suggest either Paull Rudd or Thomas Brodie-Sangster … I’d watch that!

  • Klara Stern 3 years ago

    yes 🙂

  • Edward N. Driskoll 3 years ago

    A1. Im still wearing a mask indoor/inclosed spaces.

  • Jessica Ball 3 years ago


  • Ozy Mandias 3 years ago

    I believe the handshake evolved out of the act of gripping someone’s forearm with you came upon each other make sure they were not hiding a weapon up their sleeve.

  • Ekaterina Vlasova 3 years ago

    Let’s keep 6 feet in a grocery store line

  • betaneptune 3 years ago

    Damn, the elbow bump bit is really awkward. Our bodies — well, at least mine — just isn’t designed to do that.

  • LM 3 years ago

    yeah….no more handshakes….keep your distance, wash your hands and stop using sooo much fossil fuel!

  • Ken C 3 years ago

    I want to be able to keep “The Pandemic” as an excuse for events I don’t want to attend. You’re getting married in Vegas, which is a 6 hour drive (one way) from where we live? Sorry…The Pandemic, and I don’t know if it’s 2 weeks after my 2nd dose, yet…

  • Paul Geary 3 years ago


  • DIANA SAYSON 3 years ago

    After homeschooling, parents ought to love teachers more BUT I’m betting many parents still feel that no gratitude is owed teachers who are simply “doing their job”, including parenting when kids are in school.


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