Don’t Say the P Word: How Gen Z is Coping with Covid

It’s night-time on a Friday, and one of my Uber passengers is talking to her best friend on Facetime.

“Yeah, I really miss going to concerts, but you know how it is. The panorama and all.”

She says this without missing a beat, and even though the sentence doesn’t make sense on its own, her friend responds that she understands.

“I know. I’m tired of all this Panda Express bullshit.”

They laugh and move on. A year ago, this portion of their conversation would have…

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Aspiring author and rideshare driver in Tallahassee, FL. Habitual Tweeter @ride_trips

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