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relatable (for many singles) New Yorker cover

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@feline groovy   Perfect!  I can so relate to the cats, being that I have 2 myself.  And the kitty in the potty box, well, just classic!  

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Cute picture, but I can't relate because I hate mess and clutter.  I'd be down on the floor picking up that mess so fast her head would spin lol.  Also not into the slippers/half dressed  look.  COVID or not, I'm dressed for the day - casual, but fully dressed with shoes on my feet.  Different strokes for different folks.

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It doesn't look like anyones house that I know.

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That is funny. I love the Amazon box.

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Wish I could work from home.  Better yet, wish I had a job.  Mine totally wiped out due to the virus.

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It is an interesting photo but why they chose to add some of the items to the "chaos" of her room/life is my question.  She is drinking a cocktail with many bottles displayed in her kitchen cabinet.  Along with a bottle of pills next to her computer on her desk.  Wonder what the statement of New Yorker is?  Covid and substance abuse in your workplace at home?

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@feline groovy  Great cover for 2020! So 2020 appropriate with the hand sanitizer, gloves, masks, paper towel, amazon boxes, exercise weights, the top half of her appearance compared to her shorts & slippers that don't show in her laptop's ZOOM, alcohol, etc. Thanks for posting.

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I'm single, and it's not relatable to me at all.

 

I wouldn't be able to stand 30 seconds in that disaster. The clutter, the mess, the cats...yuck. It looks disgusting. 

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She's probably doing a Zoom Happy Hour with friends or coworkers.

 

It's a cute amalgam of the pandemic Work From Home phenomenon.   Wouldn't expect everyone to "get it" but it's fun to see.