the COVID 19
(Mike Allen)

A return to the office, and a return to normalcy…sort of. It’s a tough thing, really, for your job to ask you to break your everyday routine just so you can stay at home, then inevitably ask you to break your new routine to come back a year later. This is the current situation for many people across the state, and it’s just another step on the road to returning to what once was.

As one would imagine, working from home — and the confined, sedentary lifestyle that is developed along the way — creates problems. For some “the COVID 19” meant something a little different this past year, so to speak. A study of the topic found that 40 percent of Americans have gained undesired weight during the pandemic. This is a problem that can only be remedied by healthy and active habits, you know, like the good ol’ days.

The future is looking bright, however, as vaccinations continue to roll on, and case counts continue to decline week over week. Getting back out of the house will soon seem, well, normal again, especially with the warm months coming up. With a little work, everyone can lose the COVID 19 and those office clothes will magically grow back to their original size.

Past Sundaze comics

The complex puzzle of OU’s Cross Village dorms
Sonic seltzer: The Oklahoma collaboration we didn’t know we needed
Gov. Meathead should bring back Onion Burger Day at the State Capitol
Budget match: The audience wants to go home
As mask mandate ends, remember not to litter
Everyone getting pegged with a charter school audit
Real ID: Thank you so much for playing my game
Gold Dome renovation could involve taxpayer subsidy
OU basketball says goodbye to Lon Kruger, Sherri Coale
Keanu Reeves in OKC? Excellent!
New depths of boredom after a year with COVID
Demolishing OU housing towers should be a breeze
Happy tastes good: Oklahoma wants to be Texas?
Rolling blackouts: Storm saga so confusing
You’re on your own: It’s too cold for Cupid this year
COVID vaccine: Never doubt what nobody is sure about
Oklahoma Legislature: A mask for thee, but not for me
Quite the quandary: Q followers feel let down
Pop quiz: What is jeopardizing the state of Oklahoma?
Imagine the day-to-day life of the Q Shaman
The year that was: 2020 blew up the bathroom
All we want for Christmas is more COVID-19 vaccine
The coronavirus turns into a pumpkin at 11 p.m.
Day of fasting a brief end for endless breadsticks?
Farewell Steven Adams, OKC’s second Mr. Thunder
Thanksgiving 2020 should be all about perspective
Mixed messaging on masks still makes no sense
Power problems lead to weird rituals after 2020 storm
Halloween 2020 more of a trick than a treat?
No ICU beds: The spooky movie of the season
Students surely making most of extra screen time
Epic fail? Audit yields more questions on public money
Rough Saturday for Sooners fans
Budget blockbusters from the Cox Convention Center?