How to be a dick during the Coronavirus

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Never one not to be topical, or controversial, Sanny is back with his latest in his “How to be a dick….” Series. This time he sets his sights on a topic that we are all too familiar with. The following opinions are not necessarily those of Singletrack, but they are most definitely Sanny’s. Oh, and his language is fairly ripe in places. You have been warned! What is it about your common, average, everyday global pandemics that manage to bring out both the best and worst in people? As I write this in our current state of lockdown, I’ve come to reflect on some of the truly world class acts of dickery (Is that even a word? – Ed) and bellendery (thank you Paddy McGuinness for that little gem!) that I have witnessed and experienced over the last few weeks. So strap in folks and get your bingo cards at the ready as I take you on a journey through a world where common sense appears to be anything but common. First one to call...

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