Now that there’s a light at the end of the pandemic tunnel and a vaccine has started rolling out, not everyone is happy about it. Some people are convinced vaccines are a satanic conspiracy, an attempt by the Illuminati to depopulate the earth, or are somehow toxic. And now they are going after the COVID-19 vaccine, with one common objection that we apparently have no idea what’s in it (we do, in fact, but conspiracy theorists have never let that stop them).
The pro-vaccine population are pushing back, creating the “don’t worry about what’s in the vaccine if” meme, citing all the much more dubious things people have consumed and done over the years that should mean they have no qualms about the contents of the vaccine.
Popular callouts include unwise partying behaviour.
And eating the terrifying mystery meats from fast food places and other questionable food choices.
And vaping was another popular target.
Horrifying public bathrooms came up a lot, too.
As did the general unhygienic nature of kids.
Basically, if you’re a human who has lived in the world, you’ve probably come into contact with much worse things, and if you ever want to see the outside again, you’re going to have to suck it up and take the needle.