No, us neither.
The pandemic has understandably made us as a society extremely germ-conscious.
That coupled with the need for us to maintain space, avoid touching others and increase our hand hygiene will probably mean that we leave the pandemic with long-term concerns around activities we once did without worry.
A quarter of Brits won’t share a bag of crisps with friends anymore, neither will they use makeup samples in shops, and 19% won’t chat to someone in close proximity at a club, according to a new study by Vision Direct.
Going forward, their survey found that eight out of 10 people will consciously try not to share items with other people and nearly three quarters will make efforts to keep space between themselves and strangers.
Another thing one in 10 people will avoid when offices reopen is shared cutlery and mugs.
Psychologically, the pandemic has made us wary about having contact and catching illnesses from others.
Rebecca Strauss from Vision Express says: ‘There are no two ways about it, our lives have changed forever.
‘Hopefully if we have learned anything through all this, it is to be mindful of our own personal space and hygiene habits.’
These are the top 50 things people won’t do post-pandemic:
1. Use someone else’s lip balm
2. Sneak a bite of someone else’s sandwich
3. Use store makeup samples
4. Snog a stranger on a night out
5. Borrow a swimming costume from someone else
6. Use someone else’s makeup
7. Stand close to people at the bar or in a queue
8. Leave the house without hand sanitiser
9. Share a pack of crisps in a pub
10. Use someone else’s deodorant
11. Get someone to check if your breath smells
12. Go to a buffet-style restaurant
13. Hold the handrail on an escalator
14. Hold onto public transport e.g. the bus/tube handles/pole
15. Shake someone’s hand
16. Borrow gloves from someone else
17. Drink from mugs/glasses in work
18. hat in close proximity to someone in a club
19. Sit next to someone on public transport
20. Use office cutlery
21. Try on someone else’s glasses to see what they look like
22. Share clothes with a friend
23. Use your fingertips to push pelican crossing buttons
24. Use gym equipment after someone else
25. High five someone
26. Use someone else’s nail varnish
27. Share takeaway food dishes with others
28. Let someone else pack your shopping in the bags at the supermarket
29. Go to a live sporting event
30. Use a public toilet
31. Sit on a train without sanitizing the area
32. Hotdesk at work
33. Partake in free food giveaways at work
34. Use someone else’s pen
35. Try on sunglasses in a shop
36. Take part in an office ‘tea round’
37. Use your fingertips to operate cashpoints
38. Pay for things with cash
39. Check your hair in someone’s sunglasses reflection
40. Use a swing at a park
41. Buy something from a charity shop
42. Go back to the office at all
43. Accept a cup of tea from someone else
44. Go to shopping centres
45. Sit in the back seat of a car next to someone
46. Sleep over at someone else’s house
47. Having a slice of birthday cake at a party
48. Sample someone else’s baking
49. Pose for a group photo
50. Use a toilet at someone else’s house
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