Trash, I hate and I don’t need
Okay. let’s get down to business, ever since, this paranoid situated in my life. That there was a ghost, and that there was a lot of work to do. And that also, the fact that trash accumulates in a perhaps chance, that I need to clean every day in the apartment. I know it’s dumb, and quite dumb that the fact that trash is near me, I just hate it.
I know I don’t go out, and I’m too lazy to go out. And I also don’t drive, because I’m just a boring student who studies every day and never thinks of going outside the virtual classroom. When I realized that my learning has become efficiently harder.
Why do I think I need to clean?
If I don’t clean my trash, I’m paranoid that I see something moving.
Ever since the start of my classes that have been coming, life it is, there was a story.
A story that my roommate was saying that there was a ghost, and I don’t believe it.
I don’t believe in ghosts and I don’t care if there’s one.
Ghosts are dead, and trash would keep on accumulating if there’s more.
Ever since this pandemic hit, news has been saying that there’s more trash, and people get lazy to fix their “disposable habits”. This is efficiently true for the fact that most people that produce trash aren’t from hospitals but people in residential areas.
This includes the fact that in the “surgical procedures [they] generate a lot of trash” IraNash, MD, senior vice president of the health Physician Partners in New York, says.
Meaning that the more surgical COVID-19 patients increase in a demanding way, the more we use surgeries that are elected by choice.