We entered 2020 with a big celebration, just like any other year. With many resolutions taken and many plans set. We would have never thought that our train of plans would be stopped so frantically.
This ongoing pandemic has not made people both, physically and mentally sick. Along with that, it has also made us sick of many phrases and trends.
So, today TSA brings you six such things we are now tired of hearing-
It is not new to see bizarre things going viral, and that’s what happened with “Binod.” It was first called out by a youtube channel, “Slay Point” and now there are just endless Binod ki Binodita on the internet, with every comment section booming with it and even companies like Paytm using Binod as their twitter handle name.
Now there are Binod T-shirt lines, Binod youtube channels, and what not! We can almost hear people screaming Binod at the same time from all the comment sections, and now we are drained from all the Binodita coming in whole at us.
The New Normal
Like being able to mute and block people from our social media, we want to blacklist the phrase ‘New Normal,’ the things which are happening with us or what we are doing these days are absolutely not normal, and they will never be. We are just surviving through them, so for God’s sake, stop tagging them “NORMAL.”
Enough! Please 2020, we beg of you, stop it!
Every few days, there’s another damage done or another disaster rushing towards us. One pandemic is more than enough to be dealing with.
Travel plans, festivals, marriages… You name it, and it’s been cancelled or delayed this year.
Pandemic has made us sick of the word cancelled or postponed!
We are just done with the meeting and greeting each other virtually. Feeling the other person hugging, kissing, high-five(ing) etc… is damn missed.
Awaaz nahi aa rahi (you are not audible)
With colleges and schools went online, people have discovered their way to have fun in online classes too! But with all that fun our ears are tired of hearing the teachers constantly asking if they are audible or not? We want peace from this phrase now, where the half of class is spent on exchanging awaaz aarhi ya nhi?
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