Through evolutionary history, the human race has adapted in many useful ways. Our posture eventually became upright, our thumbs opposable, our level of melanin adjusted relative to the intensity of the sun where we settled.
Given how many of us have been wearing masks since March, 2020 has anyone beside me wondered if we might look or feel a bit different when Covid-19 finally loses its grip on us, the human race? For example:
* Will we have permanent facial tan lines - like what happens with bathing suits - where masks have blocked the sun for the last eighteen months?
* Will the shape of our ears be irrevocably altered because of the tension of the strings holding our masks in place?
* Will breathing unobstructed ever feel the same again? While on that thread, do those folks with serious halitosis now better understand what it's been like for the rest of us?