Remember last week, when we told you about the guy who "invented" the social distancing stick? Yeah. It's an extendable 6-foot long stick.
Someone gets too close...
"Woah there, buddy. Hang on a sec."
(pulls out stick)
(extends it for an awkward amount of time)
"Yup. Just as I suspected. You're gonna have to step 'er back three inches."
Dude's gonna get rich off them, though. Just like this guy who invented this "Here Comes the Sun" picinic blanket. It's basically a hollow ring of fabric, with four circles of fabric around it. Well, here...
"Hey! That's MY circle! Go sit in your own!"
I can see this being big in parts of Brooklyn, though, for sure. Especially considering you can make your own for free with this template.
You'll just need to have a sewing machine, scissors, and measuring tape, and about nine square meters of fabric. Is Jo-Ann Fabrics even open?
Here's an article with more pictures, and an explanation for.....why.
Dude's gonna get rich.