A friend of mine put this on Facebook. I am certain that he put it there as bait and I bit. COVID is of course short for CO(rona) VI(rus) D(isease). The nineteen typically tacked on to the end is to demark 2019 as the year when the virus was first noted in Wuhan, China. The individual who first started the game apparently is displeased with the poor initial discussion of masks, personal hygiene, and vaccines.
This posting on Facebook is intended to rile folks up. I feel the pain myself. Having finished with my second booster shot of the Pfizer vaccine a week ago, I am elated. The previous leader of the free world could have celebrated his and his wife’s vaccination before they left the White House. He did not. The event was so low key that it was only reported after he flew to Miralago to resume the life of the rich and famous guy that he is.
I used to play this game when I was still working full time and some one would use an acronym with out first explaining what the term stood for. The implication being that if you did not understand the term you were not on the inside. I always made me laugh. If it showed up in an email I might ask an innocent question using my made up acronym. My favorite is SMART (Simply Magnificent And Recognizable Talent) goals. I think timely is a cop out. What does timely mean?
Think about it. Try UNSMART. (Uninformed New Sheep Mainly Are Really Trumpublicans) (political division)
Uniformly Nascent Solipsistic Males Actually Remember Transportation (random division)
Let your mind run wild. It is okay to use small articles and the verb to be in any answer. Be mean or generous, politically correct or not so, kind or not. There are no rules.
Cost Obfuscation Violates Individual Destinations (travel division)
Catholic Orthodoxy (has) Victimized Individual Dreams (religious division)
Curmudgeonly Orwellians Voraciously Imbibe Dragon-meat (Game of Thrones division)
Crash Objects Vanquish Indecisive Drivers (automotive division)
Over time some acronyms have become actual words (laser) and some words have become acronyms (smart). Language is fascinating.
Parkinson’s disease sucks but then a friend will send you down a rabbit hole with diversion of some sort for several hours of mental gymnastics. Thanks, friend.