A Dulwich man has decided to self-isolate after he realised it’s the only way to avoid hearing stories about how empty the supermarkets are.
In his final Facebook post before his self-imposed exile, he said he will spend the next fourteen days ‘watching Netflix, eating whatever’s in the cupboard and absolutely not interacting with anybody by any means.’
He said that it’s now become clear that every supermarket in the country has empty shelves and that everybody thinks it’s ‘bloody ridiculous’ but that ‘as someone who never got the whole posting pictures of your dinner thing’, he’s even less interested in ‘photos of shelves that once stocked ingredients which could have been used to make that dinner.’
Social media has been inundated with photos of empty shelves this week,
as the UK has finally ditched Brexit for mass hysteria and replaced talk of the weather with discussions about mundane items which have sold out.
Schools have now closed indefinitely, and many people are working from home as isolation and social distancing become the norm.
And some people have expressed surprise at just how dull and uninteresting some people can be even from afar.