Clap for carers

(171 Posts)
mids2019 Mon 04-Jan-21 18:48:36

Given the current pressures and having a bit more enforced time should clap for carers restart?

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Lemonpiano Mon 04-Jan-21 18:49:12

No.

Randomrebel Mon 04-Jan-21 18:49:52

No definitely not a thread about this yesterday

mum2jakie Mon 04-Jan-21 18:50:03

Not this again 😂 No - start a fucking collection for them instead!!

IDontMindMarmite Mon 04-Jan-21 18:50:26

Please no

PodgeBod Mon 04-Jan-21 18:50:52

Clapping on the doorstep has had its day. Please stop trying to revive it.

AlwaysCheddar Mon 04-Jan-21 18:51:05

Nope.

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ILoveCrap Mon 04-Jan-21 18:51:46

No

Hope4theBestPlan4theWorst Mon 04-Jan-21 18:51:50

I work for the nhs and no
First time -
Nice gesture
2nd -ok
After that it's annoying when the kids are trying to sleep and your neighbours are banging their saucepans in the street.

There are plenty of other ways to show support

EggbertHeartsTina Mon 04-Jan-21 18:52:04

I read a quote from a hospital doctor the other day saying he’d probably tell his neighbours to f**k off if they started that again

Sparklingbrook Mon 04-Jan-21 18:52:09

No

Shinyletsbebadguys Mon 04-Jan-21 18:52:26

God No , the only people who continued doing that were massive self involved idiots. Professionally I was in social care for 20 years so have a lot of friends in care and DP is still in there. The clapping actually pissed most of them off. It wa seither disturbing shift worker sleep patterns or it just felt condescending. Lobby for pay rises ,better working conditions.

Not bloody clapping.

wherewildthingsare Mon 04-Jan-21 18:53:31

Please don't start these threads again 😂 no I don't want to clap.

DeeCeeCherry Mon 04-Jan-21 18:53:58

No FFS.

Those who consistently vote for a government that underfunded and undermines, metaphorically shits all over NHS Nurses and Doctors - I'd like to see that.

Oddbutnotodd Mon 04-Jan-21 18:54:32

Why would we stand in the dark clapping? What would it achieve? Too many people have not stuck to the rules. Definitely no

YellowandGreenToBeSeen Mon 04-Jan-21 18:54:47

Nope. Won’t.

Burnthurst187 Mon 04-Jan-21 18:55:30

Get a life FFS

augustusglupe Mon 04-Jan-21 18:56:14

No.

Lilmzsnowflake Mon 04-Jan-21 18:56:22

Please don’t. Thanks.

Ginisatonic Mon 04-Jan-21 18:57:31

Absolutely not!

devildeepbluesea Mon 04-Jan-21 18:59:19

Fucking hell no.

I show my appreciation by not voting Tory.

wanderings Mon 04-Jan-21 19:00:32

Nooooooooooooooooooo!!!!!!! shock

The only thing I will take part in is a massive BOO FOR BORIS.

SophieDahling Mon 04-Jan-21 19:00:46

I never thought people were doing it for the NHS.

They were doing it as a way of showing solidarity with their neighbours during a lonely and isolating time.

Same with children putting rainbows in their windows. It was very touching, but it wasn’t really for the NHS.

People are just over it now.

Aspiringmatriarch Mon 04-Jan-21 19:01:14

Stop trying to make 'fetch' happen.

PickAChew Mon 04-Jan-21 19:03:30

No.

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