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One Of The Symptoms Of Covid 19 Is Loss Of Taste (Humor)

 
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I've collected stamps for over 60 years and everything to me tastes like stamp hinge or mount glue!
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I've collected stamps for 65 years and I've seen a lot of people who have no taste in what they collect. (Well not really - just being funny)
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Lockdowns.
A brace of cartoons that brought a smile.


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