FOLY: For some, 2 lost. For too many, every year lost.
Working executives often have Many Obligations, Fear Of.
Yep two years. That beats the alternative.
They need to worry about FOLF (Looking Foolish).
Pretty much so.
They really don’t wants the panicdemic to ends, do they.
“Twenty Twenty Two to You To Too”…..That’s the phrase I’ve coined for this year! You heard it here first!
“Remember when everyone had FOMO?”
“No. And what was the question again?” ~ Slow Joe
who is staying at home? we have been hiking, riding bikes, swimming, walking the beaches and getting out in the sun every day!
Rat’s new term is not folly.
“Awe-foly” or “awww, foly”? To follow up with some previous really, really bad years?
@chmsam — Don’t hold back; tell us how you really feel.
What we really need are some of those TV specials we used to have back in the 70s. Song, dance, skits – we can call it the FOMO FOLY FOLLIES!
If you ask me, a year with family prevents FOLY, because time is never lost if it’s spent with loved ones.
Especially considering that rats only have like three or five years to live.
Deck the halls with boughs of FOLY….
Rat! copyright it and license it as an NFT
Our youth have been hurt the most with their missing years.
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Holy FOLY! Love it.
With me its “YKGOML” (you kids get off my lawn !)
Hopefully Our Last Year…of this.
Ony two years lost now. I hope we don’t see 10,11,12+.
This certainly isn’t how I wanted to spend my retirement! BOO HISS
IGOMKATGISOMF. I know it’s too long, but at my age it’s a must.
That’s like saying you have “fear of getting hit by a truck” after you’re in the hospital in traction.
For centuries (if not aeons) people never “went out”… and now people are panicking because they can’t. ridiculous.
FOMO, FOLY. Never had those. So, is that what you normal people do? Have stress over little things? And I thought I was insane.
This must set in another country. No one is staying home in the US
As an ER nurse I retired in time to miss the hospitals in crisis. But all my travel plans, etc, while still a young retiree are just a lost dream now.
Man, even if you try, there’s no Holding back the years.
or “holy moly” … mad on losing years …
FOLYM – Fear of losing your mind.
What coin did you put that on, Rat? Don’t you get in trouble with the government, by minting your own coins?
Good one Stephan, all is forgiven.
Never got to be stuck at home very long. By May of 2020 the business manager figured if the students were not coming back that school year, we should start the summer cleaning. School started that August and again last August. Things have been somewhat normal around here for a while.
Just called the new year.
Bully for you, Rat, coiner of phrases!
From FOMO to FOLY, we are plunging out of control….
Holy FOLY, that is good, Stephan.
No, it’s JOMO