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It's no secret the last year or so has changed all of our lives in ways we wouldn't have expected. Whether you've done well or struggled, people are seeing life and relationships differently than before.


You may have taken time for yourself and started a creative hobby or faced breakups and other heartbreaks. Maybe added to your family, or perhaps experienced loss.

How will you recall this time? One Redditor wanted to know how people would describe the unique chapter of our lives.

Redditor broteafog wanted to hear what people thought in a single line. They asked:

“What's this chapter of your life called?"

The pandemic 15...

"’The plot thickens’ - owing to my weight gain. You may refer to me as Plot.” qalarkiyv

"The Thiccening" siamlinio

Zoned out...

“Cruise Controlthreedogafternoon

“Also known as the ‘make it look like I know what I'm doing’ chapterEternaltuesday

“it was always burning since the world's been turning...”

​“Why is everything on fire?" Redditwhale1

Everything is on fire but, it's not my fault.Wrigley1121

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Ouch...

“It's called agonyJus10b

“They said the chapter, not the title of the book.” Jred529

We agree...

“Why writing a book is more complicated than I expected." BW_bird

On a positive note...

“Healing phase.” Automatic-Cow-1436

Not the happiest place on earth...

“Part 9 of Chapter 23: Why did I sell my soul to a mouse?” ​SkinnyAynte

You work for Disney?AbilityWhole

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Regrets

​“Crypto regrets.” Awesomost

*screams softly*

“These Are Supposed To Be My Peak Years. Emphasis On Supposed To.”ItsAFineMisoSoup

“‘Enjoy it! These are the best years of your life!’”

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Groundhog year...

“COVID Do-Over - Wipe the Slate Clean. New job, new home, new relationship, feels great to let go of all the toxic crap from my past that's been holding me back. The virus really gave a lot of people a chance to change their lives and try something new. Really glad I did.”


The last 15 months may have been dumpster for but we've taken time to reflect and hope for a better year.

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