This 10-year-old girl from California couldn’t wait for social distancing to end so she could hug her grandparents and she has figured out a way to safely embrace her grandparents during the coronavirus pandemic. Paige Okray of Riverside invented this “hug curtain” – a shower curtain sealed over a doorway with strategically placed arm slots. She said she came up with the idea after seeing several videos of people using blankets to hug their loved ones. What she used is a shower curtain, a hot glue gun, Ziploc bags, and disposable plates to create the “hug curtain.”
To protect our loved ones from COVID-19, we are forced to keep a distance from them. This means that we can’t even visit them for a brief minute and must refrain from hugs and kisses. We all know that nothing feels better than a hug from your grandparents, so a smart girl from Riverside created a walkaround.
People Share ‘My Parents Vs. Me’ Memes That Are So Funny and Relatable
Do you ever take a step back from your life and wonder if you’re just doing it wrong? It’s easy to feel that way when you compare yourself to your parents. Surely, many of us deal with these feelings. However, we can’t compare the life we lead to the life our parents have lived.
There is indeed a huge difference in culture, technology, thoughts, and ideas among us. It’s also not unusual to hear stories of your parents getting married at the age of 20 or even younger. Not just that, their whole lifestyle is also significantly different compared to ours today.
Under those circumstances, new memes completely excel at utilizing this theme, and the results are our favorite kind of self-deprecating humor. The memes basically compare what our parents were doing (making commitments, investing in the future) with what we’re doing at that age. In fact, the punchline is that nowadays, we’re doing shit that’s way less mature.
Below you can check out a series of hilarious photos that perfectly sum up the main differences between what we are thriving for today vs. the times when our parents were our age.
A big thanks to modernization, the parenting culture has been edited, and life is now diverse other than just going to school and getting married early. Overall, this is a sign that time flies, and even as we speak, it evolves. Enjoy scrolling!