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Sorted here. We were unable to buy face masks before they were all sold out and up in price to ridiculous prices because of the spivs, so we have ,made our own. "She who must be obeyed" dug out all her old bras that she now doesn't wear(I don't know why either) and made two face masks from each item. Some of the colours are a little eye catching and some of the lacy ones...
11:35 Sat 07th Mar 2020
We need to treat with what's happening with respect, BUT, when the infected in the UK accounts for 0.00024% of the population and I see people in the media buying trolley loads of bog paper and people on the tube with bags on their heads, it's difficult to wrest my face from my hands...although my hands touching my face will make some people lose their minds.
here's blackadder's cunning solution to the problem ...
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Sorted here. We were unable to buy face masks before they were all sold out and up in price to ridiculous prices because of the spivs, so we have ,made our own. "She who must be obeyed" dug out all her old bras that she now doesn't wear(I don't know why either) and made two face masks from each item. Some of the colours are a little eye catching and some of the lacy ones are perhaps only suitable for formal occasions rather than the recycling depot. We have donated the black ones to our local refugee shelter as we felt that we were somehow committing cultural misappropriation when we wore them to do our panic buying foray yesterday. A word to the wise....the masks although very effective are , as you can imagine, better suited to the wearer who has what might be termed the fuller rounder face. Fortunately due to the National obesity crisis the number of suitable people, to best take advantage of the attributes of the masks, are plentiful.
This is mine - I like it because it doesn't interfere with my breathing...
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Togo. My OH and I had a conversation about making face masks yesterday. These days people just not as resourceful as they were years ago. I wore face masks in the 50s as a young child because of London smogs. Fortunately my mum was a St John's nurse and had some, which were washable. However, others made there own, mainly from men's handkerchiefs. I hadn't thought of Bras though!