With news breaking that all people aged 16 to 39 in SA will be eligible to book a Pfizer vaccine as of Monday, young people are now getting excited for Shotz like it’s 2005 or something.
Excitement (and perhaps some confusion around what is actually going on here) has led to a resurgence of the local Emo scene, with ageing Emo fans squeezing into their now even tighter black jeans and busting out some studded wristbands.
Young South Australian adults have signed up in droves for the vaccine, and are hoping the experience includes $1 happy hour Pale-Ales that always tasted a bit like soap and getting on the city’s stickiest dancefloor.
Speaking to a local 35 year old woman who had registered for the vaccine this morning, Mia Kemicul-Romanz told Adelaide Mail ‘Yep, I signed up this morning, can’t wait for shots. It’s like Saturday night in 2004 all over again’.
However, scientists have recently discovered that anyone who attended Shotz is immune to COVID and most other things also. Remember how the toilets were ALWAYS covered in spew?