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Great to see strangers who dont normally socialise with people coming out to clap πŸ™ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ™Œ keep it up

Bossclaz
a year ago
What do you think of this?
TheChimp
TheChimpa year ago

They socialise around here anyway. People just don't bother listening to government advice.

Until they lose a friend or family member, they're going to carry on.

I hate them with a passion.

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Username83287
Username83287a year ago

Hi TheChimp I understand your frustration x

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TheChimp
TheChimpa year ago

Dani1 I don't think that I'll be able to go out until next year because I have lung disease and have to cough every so often.

People are going to have a right go at me.

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Username83287
Username83287a year ago

TheChimp I completely understand that you're shielding at the moment. When you are able to go out I truly hope you wouldn't be abused. Stay safe.

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Dennab
Dennaba year ago

I get the sense of community you refer to but sorry, its false. It's temporary because the minute I shut that front door, I realise what c**ks they are again. It's mostly an empty gesture too with very little substance behind it for some. I've seen the same neighbour clapping one day and getting about 1ft from a delivery bloke who brought him a snooker table he didn't need the next day. People are t***s and a bit of clapping isn't going to change that.

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Bossclaz
Bossclaz
Original Poster
a year ago

Ah well it put a smile on my face anyway 😁😁😁

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Dennab
Dennaba year ago

Bossclaz If it makes you smile, who cares what other people think! Maybe your neighbours are alright.

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Deleted42425
Deleted42425a year ago

Dennab I know what you mean hardly anyone comes out in my street but I'm still going clap every Thursday till this ends and even after that x πŸ’—

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Dennab
Dennaba year ago

Loislane You do whatever makes you happy. I'm sure someone on your street will hear and appreciate it. We go out every week too.

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Username83287
Username83287a year ago

Hi Bossclaz the clapping is lovely and much appreciated 😍

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Deleted42425
Deleted42425a year ago

Dennab I was like woo hoo and people in next road woo hoo back x πŸ’—

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LeighReidAtanas
LeighReidAtanasa year ago

Our estate was out as per usual clapping although I don’t agree with fireworks my dog was a nervous wreck

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Dennab
Dennaba year ago

LeighReidAtanas People setting off fireworks etc have lost focus. They're the same people out there flouting the rules, spreading a virus.

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adamstaci1990
adamstaci1990a year ago

I think clapping for the NHS is a fantastic turn of events as it shows how we all appreciate what all NHS staff to save lives on a regular basis.....my uncle is a pilot for the air ambulance at Norwich.....so yeah I clap for him too.....

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Freebiesarefun
Freebiesarefuna year ago

Nice idea but it's just when I am doing bed time. Would be better to do it a bit earlier in the evening

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stevea808
stevea808a year ago

It's the least we can do for all front line workers.

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jwhitaker537
jwhitaker537a year ago

People here now have started banging saucepan lids and letting off fireworks, scaring the hell out of all the dogs and cats!

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Glitterandgold
Glitterandgolda year ago

Yep we are getting fireworks too. My dog hates them. Where do they get them from? πŸ€”

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ClaireF1978
ClaireF1978a year ago

I keep thinking of the tories voting against a pay rise for nurses a while ago and clapping and cheering in the commons when they won. I live in a very tory-voting area and there's something about all the clapping round here that leaves a bad taste for me, like it's too little too late.

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Gazz3
Gazz3a year ago

I totally agree with you, perhaps everyone needs to watch last night episode of panorama.

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Glitterandgold
Glitterandgolda year ago

There all jumping on the bandwagon now that's why. It does leave a sour taste for me too.

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ACR
ACRa year ago

Clapping is all well and good, but it doesn't make up for PPE shortages and years of understaffed hospitals.

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