It’s the eyebrows. I can trim my own hair, drink happily at home, eat well, and subsist on video calls. But the eyebrows really need someone else’s help, and by all that’s holy when lockdown is over they’re the first things that shall be dealt with. No-one can survive on plucking alone. For some, it’ll be a long-wanted hug from a loved one, or a trip to the beach without threat of arrest. A holiday with extended family, a huge barbecue with friends, perhaps a day spent in a bustling shopping centre actually being able to touch things before buying them. A football game. Getting the teas in for your colleagues. Waving your children off at the school gates, confident the worst that will probably happen to them is skinning their knee. For quite a lot of people, the first thing they will do is go to the pub. The right to a draught beer, a pint pulled by the landlord, to perch on a stool on a carpet of dubious content, to chat s*** with your neighbours, would have been in Magna Carta if only it hadn’t been written by tri-lingual landowners. Video Loading Video Unavailable Click to play… Read full this story
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