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Have you crossed a county line for a late night booty call? Hugged an old pal after a couple of distanced White Claws in the park? Covertly visited your hair stylist to get your bangs done? And did these pandemic infractions make you feel shame or relief? We want to know! Anonymously, of course.
The LA Times recently ran a great, revealing story on SoCal residents’ covid transgressions, but Los Angeles and the Bay are obviously pretty different places, both in terms of the pandemic curve and what we may do to secretly blow off some shutdown steam.
Whether it be distancing, mask-wearing, travelling, high-fiving or hoarding toilet paper, there are many ways in which everyday life has changed over the last few months, and sometimes it’s hard to stay on the right side of the line.
Please send your rule-breaking, possibly shame-inducing, shutdown secrets to Andrew.Chamings@sfgate.com and we’ll share them in an upcoming story, anonymously, without (much) judgment.
Andrew Chamings is a digital editor at SFGATE. Email: Andrew.Chamings@sfgate.com | Twitter: @AndrewChamings