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Easy game - Where's the wally

sospan
sospan
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Here is an easy game. There is the children's game "Where is Wally" where you look for a character with a red and white striped bobble hat and glasses. Well, its too hot for a bobble hat so lets play - spot the wally not social distancing. First one to a thousand wins

Picture from not Bermuda, not Benidorm, - Bournemouth

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............ and it is said of us, that we have difficulty following instructions !!

Is it a trick question, 'cos I can see lots of them.....? 😁🌸

sospan
sospan
in reply to Marnie22

It really is absurd.

Even without Corona Virus it is the hottest day of the year when the sun is blazing the recommended time in full sun is between 5 and 12 minutes depending on your skin fairness.

The report I saw showed people whom had travelled from the midlands to Bournemouth to go on the beach. There was even a sign on the Pier which said "Go home"

hmmmm and we are the dopey ones :-)

Selfish, moronic idiots !!! 🀬

sospan
sospan
in reply to cat3

Go on, don't hold back - say what you mean :-)

cat3
cat3
in reply to sospan

I've just been talking to Sealiphone and saying they should've been blasted with water cannon ! 😲 x

sospan
sospan
in reply to cat3

Not water on a sandy beach - honey .......

cat3
cat3
in reply to sospan

Oh yes ! πŸ˜‘x

Marnie22
Marnie22
in reply to cat3

They'd probably like that. You know the old saying, 'Where there's no sense there's no feeling...' 😌🌸

Marnie22
Marnie22
in reply to sospan

BIG LOL!!!😁😁😁🌸

Insane and utterly sickening!!

Wow, my anxiety levels would be through the roof with that many people. Why are people this stupid!πŸ€¬πŸ˜‘πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ

I live down here. I'm 20 minutes from durdle door. I for one am so happy these people are travelling across the country to ensure we have maximum exposure to corona virus. And we also really enjoy picking up all the rubbish after them. πŸ™„

sospan
sospan
in reply to RainbowBrie

Same here in south Wales, people come to see the unspoilt beauty - then spoil it !!

Playing Devil's advocate...

Yes, everyone on that beach has the IQ of a garden shed. However. I can't cross the room to hug my mother and while the stuffed cushion in charge of this country refuses to sack his mates who cross the country with Covid, with their kids in the car (while apparently struggling to see) then surely, it's a free for all.

Just saying

sospan
sospan
in reply to BaronC

I know we had the same down. here !

Our health minister "went for his daily exercise" with his wife and 5 year old. They were photographed, sat on a park bench eating fish and chips. At the point where everyone down here, was told not to go out apart from essentials and park benches were taped off to prevent the spread of the virus

His excuse - the five year old was hungry on the walk and then on the way back felt tired and needed to rest ! The minister then had the cheek to complain about the incident you mentionned.

Hmmm, don't do as I do, do as .......

Yep, sounds about right for Bournemouth. I live here and can say this scene stretched along the coast from Poole to Boscome. What is more surprising is the council had no idea this was about to happen!... Anyway its not good form to be political on here so I'll say no more.

Its kind of normal for summer here, honestly now it feels like there is no virus at all with, people, shops and beauty spots as busy as ever.

There's also been an increase is violence with stabbings, apparently by gangs visiting the area.

Some of the day trippers interviewed on local TV had come from London, Derby, Oxford, Birmingham, just for the day.

Word to the wise though, there's no toilets open anywhere in the county... So all those people who visited would have had to go some where and you can imagine the mess left behind I'm sure.

sospan
sospan
in reply to RockinRic

Interesting from a local perspective

Yes, trying not to be political is quite hard on this forum. I created the post as head injury survivors are quite often the ones that don't understand the obvious - simple things like stay 2m or more apart and don't meet in large groups ..........

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