‘Everybody has suffered!’ a Vine guest rages at young Brits whining about ‘hard times.’


‘Everybody has suffered!’ a Vine guest rages at young Brits whining about ‘hard times.’

Jon Gaunt, a JEREMY Vine guest, slammed young Britons who whine about hard times, adding that the coronavirus outbreak has affected “everybody.”

Jon Gaunt, a guest on Jeremy Vine, has lambasted young Britons who worry about the coronavirus pandemic, stating, “We have all suffered.” The criticism arose as a rising number of companies, like Nike, began to offer employees paid time off to recover from the psychological effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. “Get to work, do something, earn some money, buy yourself a house,” Mr Gaunt advised.

In response, the show’s co-host replied, “It’s been a rough year for a lot of folks, Jon.”

“It’s been a difficult year for everyone!” Mr Gaunt exclaimed.

“People don’t realize they need a break,” the co-host said, “and I believe, in my perspective, money isn’t as essential as someone’s mental health.”

“And sometimes individuals don’t realize they’re having a problem, so they’re taking a week off to get away from it all.

“I put in a lot of effort.”

“I agree with you about treating mental health seriously,” Mr Gaunt continued.

“I emphasized at the outset that if individuals have concerns, have the appropriate personnel on hand to assist them.

“Right across the board, give them the leavebut.

“Because every other corporation is now doing the same thing.

“It can’t be sustained.”

“This year has been a difficult year for everyone, especially the previous 18 months,” he continued.

“However, I’m growing tired of hearing about ‘all the young people,’ and how ‘they’re the ones who’ve suffered the most.’


“Everyone was harmed!”

Nike has granted some of its staff in the United States a week off to “de-stress” from the COVID-19 pandemic’s pressures.

“Take the time to unwind, destress, and spend time with your loved ones,” Nike senior manager of global marketing science Matt Marrazzo advised. Do not attempt to work.”

To deal with the stress created by the pandemic, other businesses are granting extra time off or concessions on work responsibilities.


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