Dan Andrews’ Face Mask Explainer Opened Up A Big Can Of Worms About Bunnings Sausage Sizzles

After 23-double-donut-days in a row, Victoria’s face mask rules are easing. To explain the new changes Premier Daniel Andrews used a Bunnings sausage sizzle as an example.

At Sunday’s press conference Dan Andrews announced that Victorians would be moving into the final stage of their roadmap to recovery. Massive changes included: 15 visitors being allowed in homes, 50 people allowed for outdoor gatherings AND masks will no longer be mandatory.

But these eased mask restrictions, don’t mean no more masks. It’s a little bit more complicated than that. So Dan-the-man explained it using this perfect Bunnings snag analogy.

However, this simple analogy has caused some friendly debate online, with people claiming that onions belong below the sausage, or not on the sausage at all.

Even Victorian Chief Health Officer Brett Sutton weighed in on the debate.

Seriously, what kind of robot would not enjoy onions on a Bunnings sausage? This guy apparently…

https://twitter.com/SPQR_2704/status/1330401861371834370

And to no one’s surprise, someone made a Bunnings sausage sizzle on Minecraft. That’s some king shit right there.

https://twitter.com/faceless/status/1330385931854077952

If only the year 2020 could be explained through an easy-to-digest Aussie analogy.

Aside from the changes to face mask rules, Victorians will also get to taste some more COVID-safe freedoms, as of midnight on Sunday.

Cinemas, galleries and museums will now be able to host up to 150 people indoors, and hospitality venues will be allowed a maximum of 300 patrons, with 100 inside.

Workers will also slowly start being brought back into the office. Which means wearing a business shirt with your underpants is now no longer acceptable (sorry!)

Even better, on December 13 Victorians will be able to host up to 30 people in their homes, just in time for Christmas. WOOHOO.

Now, I’m just waiting for a remix where someone edits Dandrews telling Victorians to “get on the Bunnings snags”.


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