The new normal proverbs of the English Language
The searing impact of the pandemic is felt in every sphere of life from art, culture, cinema and lifestyle and evolution demands change. So why must we exclude language?
The past two years have seen a global trend of big and small changes from corporate policies of working from anywhere, to watching movies on Netflix Party as the only alternative of the theatre experience. The searing impact of the pandemic is felt in every sphere of life including art, culture, cinema and lifestyle and evolution demands change. So why must we exclude language. Here are a few English proverbs fixed to represent today's world:
1. Dealing with an unpredictable virus can be a daunting task. One will need loads of vitamins and minerals. An apple may help, but have you heard of A vaccine today keeps the virus away!
2. Don’t underestimate the power of a common cold. Use double mask as
A sneeze, in time... infects nine!
3. All that sniffles has caught a cold!
Anyway what is the use of gold when you can't go anywhere.
4. Sorry honesty, because now Home stay is the best policy!
5. Life at home can be monotonous. One must be engaged in personal progress and learning. You must be vigilant at all times and remember, An unmasked guy is the Covid's workshop!
6. Dedicated to the innumerous bottles of sanatizers and disinfectants exhausted in the past,
As you spray, so shall you reap.
7. If it is anything that the past years have taught us, it is that
Better to be poor & healthy than being rich & sick!
8. Dear front line workers, stay safe and protect yourselves too. As you know, Curiosity killed the doc!
9. Taking note of the reduced paychecks, delayed appraisals and no bonus,
Don't count your chickens before next March!
10. When prevention is the only cure. Remember, Every cough has its spray!
11. Rome wasn't infected in a day!(or it may be if Covid norms were flouted )
12. Nevertheless, do not be dull. When the cough is away, you can come out & play!
Issued in public interest by the Ministry of Frivolous English.