It crossed my mind recently that I have never seen a definition of a “mask”.
By law, I have to wear a mask entering any public area or on public transport and can be fined on the spot for not wearing one, yet they have never actually said what constitutes a mask. In theory I can wear anything from a strip of paper up to and including a full Darth Vader headpiece.
On one of her virtual shopping sprees Herself bought me a Snood. I had never heard of the things before but she reckoned it would be a good way around the mask farce. The material is decorated like military camouflage so I don’t mind wearing it too much. I just wear it around my neck like a scarf, and when the time comes I just pull it up over my nose.
It had its first outing today. We were heading for a clinic and I presumed [correctly] that everyone would be wearing a face nappy, so on went the Snood for its first outing.
It worked perfectly. There was a brief moment as my glasses fogged up but breathing was easy enough – the problem I had experienced with the “official face nappies [which actually remind me of sanitary towels].
Next time i think I’ll add my wide-brimmed hat [tilted forwards] and a pair of sun glasses.
That should scare the shit out of everyone?